OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1915
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE
Contest Raging for a Hundred Miles Around
the Polish Capital
RUSSIANS, THOUGHT OUTNUMBERED AHO SHORT OF MUNITIONS, ARE
London, July 23. The outlying de defenses
fenses defenses of Warsaw appear to have
cheeked temporarily, the Teutonic
drive on the Polish capital. Driven
back on the fortress of Ivangorod,
southeast of Warsaw, the Russians
are still holding that point, as far as
the latest official reports show. The
Russians are wavering along the
front northeast of the city. Berlin
says the Russian defense has not yet
broken. From the fortress of Novo Novo-goergievsk
goergievsk Novo-goergievsk along the line of the Nar Nar-ow
ow Nar-ow to the north, the Russians are bat battling
tling battling desperately against the Ger Germans.
mans. Germans. Southeast, Gen. Mackenson's great
armies aje still engaged in a drive for
the strategic Lublin-Chelm railroad.
Official and unofficial accounts agree
that the fighting there is, desperate
and the issues are not yet decided on.
On nearly all other fronts, the Rus Russians,
sians, Russians, while fighting hard, are fall falling
ing falling back.
LITTLE CHANGE ON THE OTHER
The, Allies report minor successes
in Mesopotamia and at the Darda Dardanelles.
nelles. Dardanelles. Along the Franco-Belgian and
Italian fronts official reports show
little change, although there is fierce
fighting at a few points.
BERLIN .REPORTS THE LOSS OF
A FRENCH BOAT
Berlin, July 23. (By wireless to
Sayville) The French submarine
Joule has been missing since April
23rd and is considered lost, says an
Overseas Agency announcement.
WARSAW MAY HAVE FALLEN
.(Special to the Star)
Berlin, July 23. Unofficial reports
saying Warsaw has fallen are in cir circulation
culation circulation here. Other reports say ne negotiations
gotiations negotiations for the surrender of the
city are now on.
RUSSIANS HAVE RELIGION
Pray for Victory as Earnestly as Any
Ixndon, July 23. The Daily Mail
Petrograd correspondent says:
"Wednesday evening the bells in all
the churches throughout Russia
clanged a call to prayer for a twenty twenty-four
four twenty-four hour continual service in suppli supplication
cation supplication for victory. Yesterday, in spite
of the heat, the churches were pack packed.
ed. packed. Hour after hour the people stood
wedged together while the priests
and choirs chanted interminable lit litanies.
anies. litanies. Outside the Kamian Cathedral
here an open air mass meeting was
celebrated in the presence of an
SPAIN PREPARES TO SHOOT
Contract for Immense Amount of
Cartridges Given to an American
Alton, 111., July 23. Spain has giv given
en given the Western Cartridge Co.. of this
place a contract that will keep the
1-Jant busy a year.
THE UNITED STATES
Newspapers of Germany Resent Tone
of the American Note
Amsterdam, July 23 German pap pap-'ers
'ers pap-'ers published a resume of the Amer American
ican American note yesterday. The general
feeling is that if the resume is cor correct
rect correct a most serious situation has aris arisen,
en, arisen, it being declared that Germany
can make no further concessions.
Anti-American feeling is growing.
Benefited by Chamberlain's Liniment
"Last winter I used Chamberlain's
Liniment for rheumatic pains, stiff stiffness
ness stiffness and soreness of the knees, and
can conscientiously say that I never
used anything that did me so much
pood." Edward Craft, Elba, N. Y.
Obtainable everywnere. Adv.
WORKMEN AT THE REMINGTON
ARMS PLANT SEEM TO BE
' Bridgeport, July 23. A written
agreement to end the Bridgeport
strike, signed by J. J. Johnson, vice
president of the Structural Iron
Workers, is announced. The terms
will probably be given out late today.
Johnson said the next move for an
eight hour day in New England will
be against the Winchester Repeating
Arms Co. in New Haven.
QUIETER AT BAYONNE
New York, July 23. There is com comparative
parative comparative calm around the Standard
Oil works at Bayonne. Throughout
the night there was an occasional
shot, but no one was hurt so far as
the police could learn. A crowd
gathered today, but made no hostile
move this morning. The state offi officials
cials officials are trying to control the situa--tion
without calling out the militia.
The sheriff asked permission to bring
here 100 picked police from sur surrounding
rounding surrounding cities to wear uniforms and
be sworn as deputies. This is pay
day at the works. Extra precautions
are being taken. All saloons are
ANOTHER STRIKE ON
Ten thousand members of the Chil Children's
dren's Children's Jacket Makers Union, inde independent
pendent independent shops, have struck, according
to Sidney Hillman, a union official.
Three or four hundred shops on the
east side are affected.
WILLIAM M. IV1NS
One of New York's Most Prominent
Lawyers, is Dead
New York, July 23. William M.
Ivins, aged sixty-four, attorney for
William Barnes in the- libel suit
against Col. Theodora Roosevelt and
prominent politically, died early to today
day today of acute Bright's disease at his
London, July 23. A socialist 'meet 'meeting
ing 'meeting held last night in support o the
war ended in a free fight to eject dis disturbers.
turbers. disturbers. MORGAN LOANED
CANADA MUCH MONEY
New York, July 23. J. P. Morgan
& Company, and Brown Brothers &
Company, announced yesterday, in as association
sociation association with the Bank of Montreal
and the First National and National
City Banks of this city, they had pur purchased
chased purchased $40,000,000 of note of the Can Canadian
adian Canadian government.
Turner Farm, July 22. Fodder
pulling is the order of the day. Fod Fodder
der Fodder showers are also in date.
The corn and cane crops are fine in
this section. Mr. R. E. Watson of Ft.
Myers was a business caller in our
burg a few days last week.
Mrs. J. H. Hare and little daugh daughter
ter daughter Lena Mae of Palatka, are visit visiting
ing visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Cheshire.
Mr. Dewey Hall of Hawthorne
spent Saturday and Sunday last with
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hall.
Try one of tnose frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Rib bob- at Johnny s, tf
Sullivan, Minister to Dominican Re Republic,
public, Republic, has Succumbed to
Washington, July 23. .lames II.
Sullivan, American minister to the
Dominican Republic, has resigned, as
the result of the investigation as to his
fitness for the office, made by Senator
Phelan of California. His resignation
has been accepted.
CONTI N UES FA VO R A B LE
Milledgeville, July 23.-Leo Frank's
condition continues to improve.
WILSON WILL RETURN
TO NEW HAMPSHIRE
How Much Rest he Will Have De Depends
pends Depends on Germany
Washington, July 23. The presi president
dent president plans to leave within the next
twenty-four hours for another visit to
the summer white house at Cornish.
The length of his stay depends large largely
ly largely upon German development.
FROM MRS. MOORIIEAD
TO THE CLUB GIRLS
My dear Club Girls: This year
club girls will make an exhibit at the
fall contest. The work on the tenth tenth-acre
acre tenth-acre plot and the tomato exhibit will
determine the first prize winner, but
prizes will be offered for the. best
vegetable exhibit. Only products in
the following list will be counted. To Tomato
mato Tomato exhibit open to all club mem members:
bers: members: 2 qt. glass jars canned fruit.
2 eight oz. bottles tomato catsup.
2 12 oz. jars tomato pickle (sweet
and sour). x
2 cans tomatoes canned in tin.
2 8 oz. bottles chili sauce.
Fruit exhibit open to all girls aver
12 o7 jars fig preserves.
ti il2 oz. jars orange marmalade.
fi glasses sour orange jelly.
V) qt. jars canned fruit (one kind)
C pt. jars watermelon rind pre preserves
serves preserves or peach pickle.
If you wish to enter the fvuit con content
tent content and cannot procure all fruits on
the list, consult me about making
Your mothers and friends are urg urged
ed urged to exhibit products and prizes will
be offered to adults not club mem members.
bers. members. I hope all products exhibited will
be in uniform containers, and all
have the clear white glass topped
jars, and grip top jelly glasses.
The Marion Hardware Co. has this
special glassware in stock, ordered
especially for club work. Others are
invited to take advantage of the op opportunity
portunity opportunity to obtain pretty glassware
for exhibit work. Make your selec selections
tions selections early so that more can be or ordered
dered ordered if necessary.
Yours very truly,
Carolina II. Moorhead, Agent.
Diarrhoea Quickly Cured
"About two years ago I had a se
vere 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
able everywhere. Adv.
Norris famous candies never failed
to satisfy. To be had only at the
Court Pharmacy. 6t.
BRYAN S T
Innsbruck, July 23. While both
Germans and Austrians are fighting
with 42-centimeter cannon, and with
weapons that are the last word in the
art of the arms manufacturer, the
Tyroleans who have been drawn into
the war by the entry of Italy find that
the weapons used in the Napoleoniac
wars are still effective, and are using
them with what is reported as great
The old "weapons" are nothing less
than huge boulders which they are
rolling down, avalanche-wise, onto
the Italians as the latter attempt to
storm the heights along the Austro-
Italian frontier. They are proving
quite as deadly as any shells have
done in this war.
The avalanche of rocks was first
used successfully in the battle of Bel Bel-fiore
fiore Bel-fiore on June 14th. The Austrian
forces consisted of gendarmerie 'and
Tyrolean 'sharp shooters, whose fore
fathers had fought a hundred years
:go in approximately the same place.
The third company of the 71st Ital Ital-an
an Ital-an infantry regiment began an at
tack on Belfiore, attempting to come.
up along the ravine of the Cima
Norre. Long before they were at the
top however the downpour of boulders
Many of the Italians were killed at
once, others were so severely wound wounded
ed wounded that they were captured. Those
who could scrambled to one side of
the ravine or the other, but only to
become easy marks for the bullets of
BAPTISTS BEGIN WORK ON
THEIR NEW BUILDING
A 24 x 50 foot building is being
erected on the Baptist church lot on
North Magnolia street, just north of
the church building. It is for the use
of three of the Sunday classes, the
Philathea, Baraca and Berean. It
will be divided by folding doors into
three rooms, all of which may be
thrown into one when necessary.
The building is to be used as a
gymnasium for the Baracas, and
shower baths and other comforts are
being installed for use of the mem mem-hers.
hers. mem-hers. Mr. J. D. MeCaskill, the contractor,
is putting up the building and it is
hoped that it will be ready for occu
pancy by the l.rth of next month.
OCALA TEAM IMPROVES
Ocala did a little better at Clear Clearwater
water Clearwater yesterday. A double header
was played, in the first game of whch
Clearwater won by 0 to 7. In the
second game, Ocala won by 9 to 4,
which was very good indeed.
The last game is being played this
afternoon. While the Ocala boys hive
been steadily beaten, they have put
up a good fight and their home town
has no reason to be ashamed of th?m.
PINE ISLAND PICNIC
- There will be a picnic at Pine Isl
and, about half a mile west of Romeo,
at a point near the old Shipp place, on
Thursday, August fth. 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. II. Markham,
J. D. Wiggins,
L. -II. Hiers,
T. F. Morgan,
J. L. Starling,
General Picnic Committee.
A Good Household Salve
Ordinary ailments and injuries are
not of themselves serious, but infec infection
tion infection or low vitality may make them
dangerous. Don't neglect a cut, sore,
bruise or hurt because its small. Blood
poison has resulted from a pin-prick
or scratch. For all such ailments
Bucklen's Arnica Salve is excellent. It
protects and heals the hurt; is an antiseptic,
tiseptic, antiseptic, kills infection and prevents
dangerous complications. Good for all
skin blemishes, pimples, salt rheum,
eczema. Get an original 2-ounce 25c.
box from your druggist. Adv. 2
BOCKS HURLED Oil
BOARD OF TRADE
Will Meet with Mr. Braxton, to Con Consider
sider Consider the Canal Proposition,
Enthusiasts for the Silver Springs
and Ocala canal have been busy in interviewing
terviewing interviewing Engineer Braxton ever
since his arrival in Ocala.
A party of citizens took Mr. Brax Braxton
ton Braxton out to the Springs this morning,
and gave him facilities for viewing
the situation. In the party were
Messrs. Braxton, F. E. Harris, R. F.
Rogers, George MacKay, R. L. Mar Martin,
tin, Martin, J. R. Moorhead, G. J. Blitch, W.
D. Cam, Baxter Cam, John L. Ed Edward's,
ward's, Edward's, R. S. Rogers and J. -D. Rooney.
A special meeting of the Board of
Trade is called for 7:45 this evening,
at which time all interested in the
canal are requested to meet and con confer
fer confer with Mr. Braxton.
ITALY HAS REASON FOR A
FIGHT WITH THE OT OTTOMANS
TOMANS OTTOMANS (Associated Press)
Rome, July 23. Diplomatic rela relations
tions relations between Italy and Turkey are
becoming more tense, because of the
reported refusal of the. Turkish au authorities
thorities authorities to permit Italians to leave
the Ottoman empire. It is believed
here that a declaration of War 'by
Italy in the near future is highly
AN IMPORTANT CASE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
.A very important case was com commenced
menced commenced yesterday in the circuit court
in this city before Judge Bullock. The
suit promises to be both lengthy and
interesting and will be fought to a
finish by counsel for both sides.
Mrs. Nena Kyle Elliott filed suit
yesterday to foreclose the deed given
bv Mrs. C. E. Connor to J. M. Elliott
(Mrs. Elliott deceased husband) to
secure the debt of Mr. Connor.
This is the result of a suit filed by
Mrs. Connor some years ago to de declare
clare declare the deed given to Elliot a mort mortgage
gage mortgage and not a conveyance. Mr. El Elliott
liott Elliott in his lifetime brought an eject eject-p:entsuit
p:entsuit eject-p:entsuit against C. E. Conno. and
wife, which suit terminated adverse adversely
ly adversely to Elliott, Mrs. Connor claiming
that the deed to the property was a
mere mortgage. The court sustained
the contention in her suit, and there therefore
fore therefore the Elliott deed was decreed to
be a mortgage and not a deed.
The suit is brought now to "n force
the cVed as a mortgage. There has
ren a great deal of litigation grow growing
ing growing out of the matter but this will
probably be the most interesting ow owing
ing owing to the fact that there is a serious
dispute ovr the amount of the alleg alleged
ed alleged debt, Mr. Connor claiming that
there is only a" few hundred dollars
involved and the Elliott estate that it
is a ery large sum of money.
Like John Paul Jones said, "This
fight has just now started."
Mr. W. W. Hampton of Gainesrille
i3m counsel for Mrs. Elliott and local
attorneys are representing the Con Connors.
nors. Connors. ANNUAL BARBECUE AT OXFORD
The annual barbecue at Oxford will
le 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 barbecued
becued barbecued l.-ef. 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.
I'riggers, I. P. Rainey, R. P. Bowman,
L. R. Lee, J. B. Baldron, S. C. Car Car-uthers,
uthers, Car-uthers, committee in charg3.
to Trenches to the Last
OTHER ALLIES AND GERMANS YIELD
London, July 23. The British stick
J to their trenches to the last man,
hence their heavy casualties. The
I French, the Germans and Belgians
have no sentiment about yielding
ground, if to their military advantage
to do so, especially when they can
draw the enemy on to marked ranges.
But the tradition of sticking it out to
the last, born of the days when man
was pitted against man instead of
man against machine, is so strong in
the British army that one of the
most important lessons of the war
has yet to be learned by it.
These are the observations of a
Canadian surgeon who has worked on
the three allied fronts in Flanders and
made a close study of the different
According to his account, the
French and German, unlike the Brit British,
ish, British, lay no stress on holding their
front line of trenches. In case of an
attack they withdrew to. the rear
lines. Being a careful measured
range, the enemy in taking the first
line gets into a wasp's nest. The
French, with marvelous accuracy, pour
both shrapnel and high explosive
shells from their famous 75 field
guns. When they assume the effen effen-sive
sive effen-sive and capture a German trench,
they proiect their men with a curtain
of fire as long as possible; but if its
occupation seems like to prove too ex expensive,
pensive, expensive, they withdraw, measuring
the ground as best they can in their
letreat in order to correct the aim of
their batteries. Somewhat the same
tactics are followed by the Germans,
who, however, use machine guns in instead
stead instead of field cannon. But the Brit British
ish British hold on to their front trench
when attacked, and onto the captured
trench when -attacking, with a cour courage
age courage unexcelled in history. But they
act with more courage' than intelli intelligence,
gence, intelligence, since they play into the hands
of the Germans by their very stub stub-lwrnntss.
lwrnntss. stub-lwrnntss. British losses have almost all been
c'.ue to an effort to stick it out to the
last man, when the French would
have retreated, shelled out the foe and
made a fresh attack. This is the
French policy of attrition. It enabled
them to assume the offensive at will
and to keep up a constant and wear wearing
ing wearing action, while the British make
their fight and then remain as they
are for long periods of inaction.
Mpss Bluff, July 21. Rev. Colson,
the Christian minister of Gainesville,
who has been holding a very inter
esting meeting here at the Christian
church, closed Sunday. He also de
livered Sunday night a very interest interesting
ing interesting illustrated moral lecture, which
was enjoyed by all.
Mr. and Mrs. Morrison returned
home Sunday after a very pleasant
visit 'to Lake Helen.
Miss "Mary Hoyt Martin spent part
of last week with her grandmother.
Mrs. J. C. Pillans.
Mrs. Collins and little son Robert
spent Tuesday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. W. D. Douthit.
Mr. Chave Martin spent Sunday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon with his cousin, Mr. Lawton
Quite a crowd of young people were
entertained Sunday afternoon at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Davis.
The time was Fpent in music, Mr.
Fred Davis being an expert at pick picking
ing picking the banjo.
Mr. G. W. Brant, Jr. of Electra,
who visited his sister, Mrs, Edna
Folks of Ocala and friends at Fruit Fruit-land
land Fruit-land Park, returned Sunday afternoon
via the Bluff,
Miss Katie Ixng spent Tuesday
night with her friends. Misses Angie
and Celia Collins.
SEABOARD EXCURSION TO
TAMPA AUGUST SECOND
The Seaboard will run a dollar ex excursion
cursion excursion to Tampa Monday, August 2.
It will be a f ne chance for people up
this way to see the great Gulf City.
III ORDER TO COME
HAS BEEN DELIVERED BY OUR
AMBASSADOR TO THE GER GERMAN
MAN GERMAN FOREIGN OFFICE
( Associated Press)
Berlin, July 23. The new Ameri American
can American note to Germany was delivered to
the foreign office by Ambassador Ger Gerard
ard Gerard at 1 o'clock this afternoon.
AMERICA WANTS TO KNOW
ABOUT THE ORDUNA
Washington, July 23. The United
States will make diplomatic inquiries
of Germany regarding the sITomarine
attack on the Cunard liner Orduna,
at a lime when she was bringing a
score or more Americans home. Re Reports
ports Reports of an investigation by Collec Collector
tor Collector Malone of New York were pre presented
sented presented today to the state department,
embracing affidavits from the officers
and crew and six passengers, and
containing the sworn statement of
one American that the ship was at attacked
tacked attacked without warning. Officials re refused
fused refused to" discuss the .report or its con contents.
tents. contents. ....
WILL GO NEXT WEEK
Note to Great Britain Protesting
Against Imposition on Neutrals
Washington, July 23. The new
American note to Great Britain, pro protesting
testing protesting against inteVference with
neutral commerce, was almost finish finished
ed finished at the conference between Presi President
dent President Wilson and Secretary Lansing
today and will go to London proba probably
bly probably next week.
Burbank, July 22. Plenty of rain
at present; in fact, too much. The
farmers would all be glad for t
month of dryness. But just the same,
everything is fine and the "goose
Mrs. L. H. Langworthy has been
making several business trips to
Mr. J. B. Haney spent a couple of
days in the Brick City the past week.
Mr. W. E. Bogue and daughter Dor Dor-othey,
othey, Dor-othey, spent Saturday in Palatka.
This is Grandpa Bogue's first visit to
see his new grandson. He says he
sure" is a fine boy. We all know it is
if it looks like Grandpa Bogue.
Mr. George Bo wen transacted busi business
ness business in Ocala Friday.
Mrs. M. D. L. Graham and daugh daughter
ter daughter Blanche spent Saturday and Sun Sunday
day Sunday in Ocala shopping and the guests
Mr. T. P. Benard of Fort McCoy,
spent Sunday in Burbank between
Miss Ruth Chaffee spent a few days
in Ocala with her grandpa, Mr. Be Be-about.
about. Be-about. Miss Helen Hubbard of Palatka is
spending a week with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. L. Graham and
Mr. Geo. II. Dyke is wearing a big
smile these days. But we all under understand
stand understand the reason as a fine young son
arrived at his house Tuesday evening,
July 20th. This is Mr. and Mrs.
Dyke's second baby, and little Dor Dorothea
othea Dorothea thinks there is no one like her
new baby brother.
Mrs. G. McClure of Ocala is nurs nursing
ing nursing Mrs. G. Dyke and little son.
SEE litis FARM on tHe Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh. vegetr les, milk and eggs, tf
OCALA EVEMSG STA I RHVY, JULY 23. 1SH3
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffke as second class matter
One year, in advance $5.00
Six months, in advance 2.50
Three months, in advance.... 1.25
One month, in advance 50
The Palatka chamber of commerce
has become merged with the Putnam
County Board of Trade a wise weld- ;
ing of interests and purposes.
The Clearwater Sun is giving first first-class
class first-class reports of the ball games be between
tween between its home team and the Ocala
visitors. The Sun is right up to now
While we are discussing the rela relations
tions relations of hookworms to ground itch,
have the old-timers forgotten that
when us boys ran around barefoot we
did not catch the grounditch unless
we went in the dew-wret grass?
The Ocala boys could put up a bet better
ter better game of baseball if they would
not keep their eyes on Clearwater's
blue-eyed belles in the grand stand.
Some of them are going to have a
deuce of a time explaining when they
The Ocala boys seem anxious to
carry a piece of Clearwater's "Ocala
Week" home with them. They like to
see how happy it makes us to have
th-m with us. Clearwater Sun.
They can bring home an armfull of
orange blossoms, even if they are a
little shy on laurels.
The body of Herbert S. Stone, one
of the Lusitania victims, has come
ashore on the coast of Ireland. Her Herbert
bert Herbert Stone was a son of the manager
of the Associated Press, who certain certainly
ly certainly has reason to hate Germany, yet
there is no indication that the great
agency under his direction colors its
news. Most American newspaper
men have the highest conception of
their duty in keeping the public in informed
formed informed without prejudice.
To so 50 newspapers in the state :
J. J. Menderihall did not try to escape
from the Pinellas county jail when
some boys broke loose. If Mendenhall
wanted to have escaped he might
have-done so on the night of the Eliot
tragedy. Clearwater Sun.
It would have been foolish in him
to try to escape. He would almost
certainly have been captured, and his
attempt to escape would have welded
the chain of evidence against him.
The Sentinel congratulates the es esteemed
teemed esteemed Ocala Star upon installing a
new two-revolution Miehle high speed
press the best made. This office in installed
stalled installed one two years ago which has
proven highly satisfactory in every
respect. In its write-up of this excel excellent
lent excellent machine and the places where
they are in use in Florida, the Star
omitted Orlando and the Sentinel.
We take great pleasure in making
correction. Every issue of the Sen Sentinel
tinel Sentinel is proof that it has a good press
and a good pressman.
-The Mendenhall case is now sev several
eral several weeks old, with the defendant
safely locked up in jail, the courts in
commission and all the lawyers on the
job. And yet there hasn't even been
a preliminary examination and no nobody
body nobody seems to have any idea as to
when there will be. Oh, Justice, what
a sucker you are; and how' easy it is
to make a monkey of you when the
conditions are right! Lakeland Tele Telegram.
Look out, now, Uncle Joe; the
Tampa Tribune will think the Men Mendenhall
denhall Mendenhall case is getting on your
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. Ocala Star.
. Yes, Brother Benjamin. Irvin Han Han-chett,
chett, Han-chett, a white boy, who killed Miss
Tedder at Glenwood, was hanged in
Volusia county a few years ago. This
is the only case we recall. Hanchett
was a pauper, and the crime, while
most revolting, was not so bad as the
Pinellas county crime, where two
women were killed in cold blood and
their bodies burned. DeLand News.
It is strange that the Star forgot
this case, as it took particular note
of it at the time.
Wednesday night, at the Panama Panama-Pacific
Pacific Panama-Pacific Exposition, former President
Roosevelt delivered an address on
preparedness, which closed with the
"Finally and most important, let us
remember that there can be no effi efficient
cient efficient preparedness against war un unless
less unless we prepare our own souls. If we
become soft and flabby physically and
morally we shall fail. No nation
ever amounted to anything if its
population was composed of pacify pacify-ists
ists pacify-ists and poltroons, if its sons did not
have the fighting edge, if its women
did not feel as the mothers of Wash Washington's
ington's Washington's continentals felt, as the
mothers of the men who followed
Grant and Lee felt; men who are not
One year, in advance
Six months, in advance. .
Three month.-, in advance.
One month, in advance....
leady to fight for the right are not
lit to live in a free democracy. The
only women fit to he wives and moth-
ers m a free republic are thoe who
feel that their sons are not sons of
theirs unless when their country calls
their souls are eager and their feet
jubilant to answer the mighty trum trumpet
pet trumpet note which announces that the
hearts of men are being sifted out be before
fore before the judgment seat."
There is a saying that a lie can
run seven leagues while truth is put putting
ting putting on its boots. That lie, however,
which a "Bloxhrm" politician coined,
regarding a Marion county bond issue
to cut a canal from Silver Springs to
Ocala, and tried to pass current thru
the Gainesville Sun, Jacksonville Me Metropolis
tropolis Metropolis and Tampa Tribune, was
soon caught up v.rith, for the Star, not
only denounced it in its own columns
but put its contemporaries wise to
the fact they wrere being used as
catspaws. The Metropolis and the
Tribune published the letters sent
them by the Star, and the Sun pub published
lished published in full the Star's -editorial of
the 20th, showing up the scheme. All
these papers have circulation in Mar Marion
ion Marion and Levy counties, and the "Blox "Blox-hamite"
hamite" "Blox-hamite" in whose mind the plot orig
inated has found his little boom turn
into a boomerang with a disconcert disconcerting
ing disconcerting suddenness.
Nobody killed those Eliot women
on the Green Springs road from
Tampa to Clearwater. They shot and
burned themselves. That will be
clearly proved by the lawyers engag engaged
ed engaged to defend J. J. Mendenhall, who is
charged with the murder of the two
women. If the case could be trans transferred
ferred transferred to Virginia or England, some
one would be convicted and hung for
the crime. Punta Gorda Herald.
If it had been committed in some
benighted backwood settlement, some somebody
body somebody would have been hung before
Winter Haven's new school build building
ing building will be constructed of Georgia
red brick and the fact is displayed in
bold face type. What was that we
heard about "buying at home?"
Unable to get blood out of a tur turnip,
nip, turnip, we have to look elsewhere for the
blood. Clearwater Sun.
There .is plenty of brick material
in Florida. The walls of the Star of office
fice office are built of Florida brick, and
tbey are the most solid in town.
GJad we've found such good mater material;
ial; material; for brick that will endure the
shock of the production of a Benja Benjamin
min Benjamin editorial is some "brick! Clear Clearwater
water Clearwater Sun.
Have to put a mighty firm founda foundation
tion foundation under a 42-centimeter gun. Now,
say its a great bore, darn you.
Captain E. B. Richardson, our old old-time
time old-time and esteemed fellow citizen, now
of Uomosassa, was a guest of the
Harrington last night, and passed
yesterday afternoon and this morning
greeting his numerous old friends.
Ocala has always missed Captain
Richardson, who was one of the city's
most public-spirited and courteous
men. The captain sharply criticises
the Uomosassa and Ocala train sched schedule,
ule, schedule, which he says is a great dis discouragement
couragement discouragement to tourists, as well as
inconvenient to local travel.
Melver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS ond EHBAIMERS
PHONES 47, 101, 303
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 Bays
are made easy with the
help of these ideal ser servants.
vants. servants. LET THEM HELP YOU
Keep your range clean.
A dirty gas range will
make a big gas bill.
Ocala Gas Company
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
' summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf
THIHIJNE IS TRIBULATEB
A citien of Ocala a?ks the Star if
a white man has evr-r lif-en hung in
P'lorida for the murder of a womar.
We can't remcmhf r any; if any th' ;
ever was, he mu.-t have been a pau :'
as well as a murderer. It is in th th-power
power th-power of the ladies to even thin;:-; up.
however. If thev will only kill oine
of the men who de?erve to he killed,
the Star thinks it can guarantee that
Florida juries will acquit them.
Bennie llenson. a white man, was i
fcnH in Tnmnii for the murder of at
. ... .........
woman his wife. He was not a pau pauper
per pauper but the next thing to it. At any
rate, he didn't have enough money to
carry on a prolonged and expensive
fight for his life.
The Star's suggestion to the women
o 'even thinirs up" is decidedly 11
advised and dangerous. Of course, if i
they would pick out only the men
"who deserve to be killed," it wouldn t
be so bad but the woman who makes
up her mind to kill is going to kill
the man she wants killed, regardless
cf whether or not he deserves it.
Same thing is true of the man killing
The Mendenhall case must have
gotten on Editor Benjamin's nerves.
It is altogether unlike him to suggest
murder especially to the "female of
the species," who, we are told, is,
naturally, "more deadly than the
male." Tampa Tribune.
The Star is glad the Tribune called
its attention to the llenson case. In
another place will be found an extract
from the DeLand News, telling of
another woman slayer who met his
deserts. It will be noted that both the
Tribune and the News support the
Star's contention, saying that one of
the men punished was a pauper and
the other very poor.
The Mendenhall case has not in the
least got on the Star's nerve.", and
the Tribune needn't be tribulated over
the Star's advice, for it hasn't advis advised
ed advised murder but justice. Any man who
betrays a woman and then deserts
her deserves to be 'killed; and if a
bunch of such men were killed in the
next few months honest men's wives
and daughters would be safer.
W. F. BRAY
Mr. W. F. Bray died at his home in
Malone, Fla., on the 20th inst. Mr.
Bray was a brother of Mrs. R. E.
Layton of this city. He had been a
tail road man for many years and was
stricken with paralysis "a year ago,
and has been gradually growing
weaker ever since. He was buried on
the 21st in Dothan, Ala., across the
Florida line a short distance. He was
45 years of age. The bereaved widow
will come to this city at a later date
and make her home here, where two
of her sisters already reside.
The Book Shop has on display fifty
different styles and sizes of Japanese
baskets. Prices are moderate. ?,t
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S
meets at Yonge's hal! the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 7 SO o'clock.
Mrs. Emily Webb, Wr. M.
Mrs. Lillian Simmo.s, Sec'y.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
aud Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Unesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postofnee, east side.
L. II. von Engelken, E. R.
Nelson Geise, Secietary. At.
Tulila Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. V.,
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. M. M. Little, N. G.
E. L. Stapp, Secretary.
IABIOX-nUXX MASONIC IPDGK
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &
A. !., meets on the first and third
Thursday evening3 of each month at
8:00 o'clock, until further notice.
A. E. Burnett, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
WOOl MIR OF TIIK WOULD
Fc-t King Camp No. 14 mtets at
the K. of P. Hall at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C- C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Convention?
held every Monday at 8 p. m., at
Casfte Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial Telcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. C. B. Howell, C C.
Ctas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. .Ad
CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. SI., on "the
fourth Fridar in every month at
8 p. m. II. S. Wesson, II. P.
Jakt rUo;vn, Secretary.
CONCORDIA LODGE T. V. VT A.
Concordia Loae. Fraternal Union
of America, meets In Yonge's Hall
cn the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M
Chas. K. Sage. Secretary Ad.
The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 2S
Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:-"0 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members are
cordially invited to meet with us.
Lena Tompkins, M. E. C.
Kate B. Howell, M. R.
LOV.Hi OP.PKK OF MOUSE
Ocala Lodge No. 6'jy, L. O. M..
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. "n.
Visiting brethern always welcome io
the lodge and club house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postoffioc.
' J'i i;u TO HIS IDOLS
rry the following article from
r -ala Banner. It is in answer to
'? ;not hirjed upon theme of the
' !!oxham countyites," namely, that
Ocala is imposing on all the country
round about, and very mildly hut
thoroughly replies to all of that much
Our rro,! frirn-1. .Mr. John K. Har-
worn we nave not s..n fur any
'.number of years, like Ephraim of old.1
s nis, "joiaed to his idols, and re refuses
fuses refuses to be comforted."
He rests under the conviction that
this paprr has failed to refute his
"cold facts." and because of the truth truthfulness
fulness truthfulness of t!)ost- "farts" he is more in
favor of county division than ever be-
All that this pajr r.sks in this dis discussion
cussion discussion is that our old friend shall
ajrree to L fair, trenerous and chari charitable.
table. charitable. Now what are the 'Void facts" that
Mr. Harrison has laid bare?
One is that his section Ii is not re received
ceived received its share of the benefits of
good roads derived from taxation,
while Ocala lias received more than
Mr. Harrison seems not to be aware
that Ocala vitrifies her own streets
and lays down her own cement side
walks out of taxes levied for munici municipal
pal municipal purposes by her city council.
The property owners are compelled
by a direct tax to pay for their own
sidewalks and two-thirds of the cost
of the streets, and by an indirect tax
help to pay for the other third.
If Mr. irarrison will be considerate
enough to read the proceedings of
the riir counicl he will discover that
these severely burdened property
owners are begging for the privilege
of making the payments for these im improvements
provements improvements to run through a course of
one, two and three years.
So the taxes Mr. Harrison pays into
the county treasury are not applied
for the liquidation of said claims.
, hy. then, loes he feel so sore
Mr. Harrison says that the reason
his section receives less of the good
roads fund than its share and Ocala
receives more than her share is be-
case his section has but one member
on the board of county commission
ers, against four others.
Is not that true also of Ocala? Sure
ly he is disposed to be fair reasona
ble and charitable?
Ocala has but one member on the
board of county commissioners, when
there have always been four from
How, then, is it possible for Ocala
to improperly inflenco the board?
It isthe country, not the town, that
exercises the preponderance of pow
er on that board.
Our old friend is likewise grieved
because bis section has not receive
its full share of the taxes derived from
the school fund, while Ocala, he
claims, has received more than her
He assigns the same reason
therefor, viz: Because Ocala has
nrenonderance of influence on the
Again our friend is laboring under
a delusion which is alike unfair and
uncharitable to Ocala. Ocala has bu
one member on that board whle the
country has two.
Ocala, it is tnV has a local specia
tax hoard of trustees, but this priv
ilege is not denied to the section in
which Mr. Harrison resides. It calls
for more taxes derived from the par
ticnlar section in which the same are
It is with this tax, collected directly
from her own citizens, that Ocala has
been able to enlarge and extend her
srhool fnrilities. the benefits of
which' are not denied to those resid
ing outside her limits". Indeed. Ocala
is glad to have those lving in the
country to avail themselves of these
We desire to cajl the attention o
Mr. Harrison to the further fact that
Mr. Brinson, our school superintend
ent. was elected from the country, an
so were his nredecessors in office
to-wit: Mr. W. D. Cam and Mr. Ma
rion L. Payne.
But is it true, that Ocala is receiv
ing more than her share of the bene
fits derived from taxes, say of al
Ocala is perfectly willing to take a
her share the taxes derived from her
taxable values including her share de
rived from the railroads, and let ev
ery cent derived outside her corpor
ate limits go to the country districts
Is Mr. Harrison aware thai this
would give Ocala the benefits of
lar-rer share of the taxes than she
We beg of our friend not to be sour
on those of us who are fortunate or
unfortunate enough to be living with
In the corporate limits of the city, for
we have our grievances to bear the
same as those living outside its lim
If Mr. Harrison was f .rtunate or
unfortunate enouch to own one or
more blocks of city property he would
have a better knowledge of the bur
dens of taxation than he now seems
to p spess.
As we have an affection for those
living in tlse country ar.d are constant
ly doinc all within our power to fos
ter 1 promote those things which
will contribute to their advantage
why should there be a feeling of irri
tation aiul hostility against those of
us living in Ocala.
We are doing what we can to build
a city, believing that in so doing that
those living without as well as those
living within the city will be benefit benefited.
ed. benefited. Irf-Ps all adopt the motto of pulling
together for the common good of all
and see if thereby we shall not be
happier and more contented.
Iet's he fair, just, generous and
charitable to one another.
If ()ala has made any mistakes. If
she has done anything to provoke the
hostility of her neighbors in the coun country,
try, country, and it is pointed out to her, she
wiH 1,e more than Slad to correct
We are dependent upon one anoth another
er another and should therefore be tolerant
of earn other's faults and do what we
can for the pood of all.
Ix-t's treat our neighbors as our ourselves.
selves. ourselves. PRODUCE AND MARKETS
The United States, this state, and
the different county governments
have employed twenty lady demon-
strators in Florida to help our young
adies in canning vegetables and in
The United States, the state and
the different county governments
have employed thirty-one men demon demonstrators
strators demonstrators to teach our lys and farm farmers
ers farmers to raise more corn per acre, to im
prove our methods of farming, and to
aid our farmers in the prevention of
hog cholera, etc.
Ninety-three thousand dollars has
been spent in one year in this state
y the U. S. government, the state
and county governments to help the
armer produce large crops, etc.
Good, very good.
The state commissioner of agricul
ture says the farm, vegetable and
grove products in the state for the
ast season was $83,000,000. An in
crease of 25 in one year.
Twenty-six million six hundred and
thirty-two thousand dollars worth of
fruits and vegetables raised and
shipped out of the state the last sea season.
son. season. Twenty-seven million six hundred
and fifty-six thousand dollars worth
of farm products, poultry and dairy
products were produced in the state
Not a cent was pent nor a single
soul employed to help the producer to
market $20,032,000 worth of fruits
and vegetables, and help the farmer.
the dairyman and the pultryman ob
tain better markets and dispose of
$27,030,000 worth of products.
One hundred and sixty thousand
dollars was appropriated by the last
legislature to take care of the can
ker worm, but not a cent spent, nor an
effort made, to see that the orange
grower gets the full and best value
for his orange crop.
Why are the fruit grower, the veg
etable grower -and the farmer sick
The question that nine out of every
ten farmers and vegetable and fruit
growers ask is, "How can we get bet
ter sales for the produce we are mak making?
ing? making? How can we find a market for
our crops? What profit is it to make
better crops without having better
There will be in Marion county
more than 100,000 bushels of corn for
sale this season above the needs of
the farmer. There will be about 500, 500,-000
000 500,-000 bushels of peanuts for sale this
fall in our county. Where will we
find a market for them? Marion coun county
ty county can have yearly for sale a half
million bushels of corn, a million
bushels of peanuts and 50,000 head of
hogs. Only find us a market at aver average
age average market prices.
The marketing and the right dis distribution
tribution distribution of our crops is the most im important
portant important problem that confronts the
farmer, fruit and vegetable grower of
Solve this problem rightly.
Create prosperity for the rural
population, which is 72 of the total
of the whole state, and the whole
state will be prosperous. Neglect
the marketing problem and they will
not, they cannot prosper in the state.
Transportation people, banker and
merchant, help us solve this problem
of how to sell our crops.
The farmer, fruit and vegetable
grower is completely helpless by him himself,
self, himself, but organized and directed by
the right minds the problem can be
solved to the good of the whole state.
Transportation people, banker and
merchant, the farmer's prosperity is
your prosperity. With your exper
ience in large public matters you can
Will you not? L. S. Light.
Houses for rent on Daugherty
street, all modern conveniences. Ap
ply to A. G. Gates at Gates' Gar
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Tour Order will have
J. L. SMOAK
At Smoak'i WgoT5 hbop.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con
tract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the city.
We first laugh at the follies of the small boy, but when they become
serious it is time to think of a drut 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 W
in every home.
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.
J. G. Parrish, Prop.
'WE TAKE CARE"
the deal for that real estate has been closed and the only thins
yet to do is to see if the title is good. Marion county has k! twt 160
deed records and 45 mortgage records and 50 of miscellanoeud 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 knows
that he has got it alL
MORAL: PLACE THE ABSTRACT ORDER EARLY ENOUGH
SO THAT THE ABSTRACT MAN HAS REASONABLE TIME IN
WHICH TO DO niS RESEARCH WORK.
florid a title and abstract corporation
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Tickets sold for all regular trains of JULY 2G, 1915.
Children between the ages of 5 andl2 will be sold tickets at One
Half Fare, from all points.
TICKETS LIMITED returning up to and including JULY 29, 1015
Corresponding low rates from all points.
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' Ticket Agent, Ocala. Fla. D. P. A., Tampa. Ha.
HT1RY our Fresh Meat it will
li please you. Fresh Veg Vegetables
etables Vegetables in season.
Also fine line of Groceries.
Only Direct Line from Jacksonville
Fare includes meals and stateroom berth.
TICKETS NOW ON SALE GOOL ON ANY SniP
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OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
! (If you have any items for this department, call 'phone 10)
Thought for the Day
In the school of life many branches
f knowledge are taught. But the
only philosophy that amounts to any anything
thing anything after all, is iust the secret of
making friends with our luck. Hen Henry
ry Henry Van Dyke.
Mr. John Long and mother, Mrs. J.
M. Long of Tampa, the former a fre frequent
quent frequent visitor to Ocala, have gone to
At-.heville, N. C, for the remainder of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Muncaster of
Columbus, O., former Ocala resident?,
have many friends in this section who
will be interested to learn of the ar arrival
rival arrival of a son at their home, July 19.
One of the prettiest dances of the
week given in Tampa -took place
Tuesday at the Tampa Yacht Club,
the hostess being Mrs. Claude Park,
who entertained in compliment to
Miss Jessie Freida Till, a Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville girl who has recently moved to
that city. Assisting the hostess were
Mr. Park's mother and sister, Mrs. J.
T. Park and Mrs. J. B. Johnson, who
were admired guests of Mrs. E. L.
Carney two winters ago.
St. Margaret's Guild will hold a sil silver
ver silver te"a Monday afternoon at the resi residence
dence residence of Mrs. F. T. Schreiber, be between
tween between the hours of 4:30 and C o'clock.
Mr. Alfred Green is spending a
few days at Lake Weir the guest of
Mr. Robert MacKay.
The young ladies auction club will
be entertained tomorrow afternoon by
Miss Eugenia Fuller.
Mrs. F. W. Brooks and young son
and Miss Florence Brooks have arriv arrived
ed arrived from the north and are pleasantly
domiciled at their Lake Weir home,
which adjoins the MacKay property
cn the east. The early return south
of Mr. Brooks and family is a flatter flattering
ing flattering compliment to Florida's summer.
Mrs. William Hocker and two of
her daughters will leave about the
middle of August for Kentucky to re remain
main remain until October. They will enjoy
a series of visits with relatives at
Mr. M. J. Roess, who owns an at attractive
tractive attractive lot at North Lake Weir next
to the Gerig property, has commenc commenced
ed commenced the erection of a comfortable sum summer
mer summer home on it, which when complet completed
ed completed will add materially to the many
improvements that have been made
on that side of the lake this year.
Recently Dr. A. L. Izlar purchased a
lot adjoining the W. D. Taylor plr.ee
and has lumber on the ground for the
construction of a dock, which" will be
fitted upiwith living apartments.
Mrs. R. E. Yonge -has returned
home after an extended visit with
her son Walter, at Pablo Beach rnd
her daughter, Mrs. Otto Mente in
Jacksonville who accompanied her to
Tampa for a few days and stopped in
Ocala for a short visit. Her little
daughter Rossie, is with her.
Mrs. Kennedy, Mrs. J. A. Camp Campbell's
bell's Campbell's mother, and Miss Lyle Camp
bell of Mount Dora, are visiting Mr.
J. A. Campbell for a few weeks.
Mrs. J. A. Campbell and daughter,
JJis Fae, are spending a fow weeks
at Mount Dora.
Mr. ClifTord Landers and little son
of Jacksonville are the guests of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Miles Landers.
This is the first visit in five years
that Mr. Landers has made in his
home town. He will go from here to
the beach before returning home.
Mrs. Layton of Arlington, Ga.,
Mrs. R. E. Layton's sister, Mrs. Bes
sie Barnett and Mrs. Bamett's son
Lamar, arrived yesterday afternoon
to make Ocala their home. Mr. Iay Iay-ton
ton Iay-ton and his partner, Mr. Lane, have
long had the big Hickson residence
or. Oklawaha avenue ready for their
families and are now keeping house
there. Mr. Lane's wife and daughter
will arrive in a short time to join
Ihcm. Mrs. Barnett and her son will
make their home in Ocala with Mrs.
Mrs. Louis Savarese of Tampa has
gone to Pass-a-Grille to visit friends
until next week.
Miss Ellen Remington Leigh arriv arrived
ed arrived Wednesday from Jacksonville to
visit her brother and sister-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Leigh. Tomor Tomorrow
row Tomorrow Miss Leigh will accompany Mrs.
B. F. Condon to the lake for a visit,
returning to Ocala later for an ex extended
tended extended sojourn.
m m m
Miss Helen Brown is expected
home Sunday from a pleasant visit to
Miss Flossie Byrd at Live Oak.
m m m
Miss Rachel Mixon of Jacksonville,
who has frequently been a visitor to
Ocala, is now in Gainesville the guest
of her father for a fortnight.
Of interest to many in Marion
county will be the following from the
Tribune: "Mrs. F. M. Simonton, who
has been for several weeks a guet at
the Tampa Bay hotel, left Friday for
Mobile, where she will make prep-
aia! i n for an early return to Tam Tampa
pa Tampa to take up her residence in her
handsome place on Bay street. Mrs.
Simonton is considered one of Tam
pa s most attractive and pomilar mat-!
roii', and the announcement of her de decision
cision decision to return here ermanently and
open up her house will be received J
with pleasure by many friends."
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Eastern Star Sewing Circle
Thursday being the birthday of
Mrs. J. B. Webb of Kendrick, shi? and
her daughter entertained the Eastern
Stnr sewing circle in the afternoon.
Although the weather was incle inclement,
ment, inclement, a large number of ladles at attended,
tended, attended, some going out on the train
and others in autos.
A pretty feature of the occasion
was the birthday cake baked in five
different colored layers representing
the five colors, blue, yellow, white,
green and red, of the Eastern Stars.
After a busy hour with needles,
Mrs. Webb, assisted by her daughter.
Miss Julia Webb and little Miss Lil Lillian
lian Lillian Livingston served delicious ice
cream and cake.
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Recipe for Crystalized Grapefruit
In the spring we promised our
readers the recipe for grepefruit peel
used by Mrs. Carolyn II. Moorhead in
her canning club work, and today we
fulfil our promise and it behooves
housekeepers to paste the recipe in
their cook books, for the delicious delicious-ness
ness delicious-ness of the citrus fruit .dainty has
made the demand for it in local mar markets
kets markets greater than the supply. The
recipe is most practical and is as fol follows
lows follows :
Select good, smooth bright grape
fruit; scrub with stiff brush, using
soap if necessary; when thoroughly
clean and rid of all scaly and rough
substances wipe dry and polish until
rind is bright. Quarter and remove
from rind all loose or flakey parti parti-cals,
cals, parti-cals, lightly scraping until smooth and
of even thickness. With scissors, cut
rind in long slender strips, making
each strip the same as thickness. Cut
in, white agate or aluminum vessel,
cover with cold water and bring to
boil in uncovered vessel. When water
becomes. yellowish pour on" and repeat
the process until the water becomes
almost clear and fruit is tender
usually 4 or 5 waters are necessary).
Drain and add sufficient rich preserve
syrup to cover fruit and let boil until
syrup is in candied state and fruit
transparent. Then try rolling a piece
on platter or slab, covered with gran granulated
ulated granulated sugar. When fruit is in candied
state it must be hurriedly rolled with
firm stroke of the hand, laid out to
cool and can be kept indefinitely in
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Condon and in infant
fant infant daughter will go to Lake Weir
tomorrow to remain until October 1,
occupying the house recently vacated
by Mr. Noble' Hanson. Mr. Condon
will motor up each morning for bus business.
iness. business. Miss Theo Beckham has returned
from a visit to Miss Meme Davis at
Mr. and Mrs. James Fleece, Miss
Barwick and Mrs. Vinning motored
up from Wildwood yesterday to shop.
Miss Maude Alexander, who has
been spending several weeks in Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, the guest of Miss Grace Hat Hat-chell,
chell, Hat-chell, at her home on Cedar street,
left yesterday for her home in
Misses Alice Bullock, Eugenia Ful Fuller
ler Fuller and Annie Atkinson returned
this morning from a delightful visit
to Miss Bettie Mclver at Lake Weir.
Mrs. it. C. Jones and little son,
Herbert, who have been spending the
week with relatives at St. Petersburg,
returned home yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. M. L. Reynolds nnd children
are visiting relatives at Cotton Plant
for a few days.
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THE COUNTY FAIR
By Peter Radford.
When you enter the agricultural de
partment of the county fair, vou feel
' Vr.ll cnul imUftnJ 11 i
on a new power that Is the inspira inspiration
tion inspiration of the soil. You are overpowered
by the grandeur and magnificence of
the scene that is the spirit of the
harvest. You can hear the voice of
nature calling you back to the soil
that is opportunity knocking- at your
door. It is a good chance to spend a
quiet hour in contact with the purity
and perfection of nature and to sweet sweeten
en sweeten your life with Its fragrance, elevate
your Ideals with its beauty and expand
your imagination with its power.
These products as food are fit for
the gods, and as an article of com commerce
merce commerce they ought to bring tip-top
prices on any market In the world.
The products of the soil are teachers
and preachers as welL Their beauty
gives human life Its first entertain entertainment,
ment, entertainment, their perfection stirs the genius
in artists; their purity furnishes mod models
els models for growth of character and their
marvelous achievements excite our
curiosity and we inquire Into the won wonderful
derful wonderful process of nature.
Before leaving the parlor of agricul agriculture
ture agriculture where nature is parading in her
most graceful attire and science Is
climbing the giddy heights of perfec perfection,
tion, perfection, let us pause and take a retro retrospective
spective retrospective view. How many of you
know that after these wonderful prod products
ucts products are raised, they can seldom be
marketed at a proflj? Take the blush
Ing Elberta, for example they were
fed to the hogs by the carload last
year. The onion the nation's favorite
vegetable every year rots by the
acre In the SouQiwest for want of a
market and as a result hundreds of
farmers have lost their homes. Cot Cotton
ton Cotton nature's capitalist often goes
begging on the market at less than
cost of production.
It is great to wander through the
exhibits while the band is playing
"Dixie" and boast of the marvelous
fertility of the soil and pride ourselves
on our ability to master science, but
It Is also well to remember that there
is a market side to agriculture that
does not reflect its hardships in the
exhibits at a county fair.
This nation Is now In the midst of
a controversy as to how best to pro promote
mote promote universal peace. That question
we will leave for diplomats to dis discuss,
cuss, discuss, but peace within nations is no
less Important than peace between
nations and It is heavily laden with
prosperity for every citizen within
Many leading politicians and ofttimes
political platforms have declared war
upon business and no cabinet crisis
ever resulted. Many men have stood
In high places and hurled "gas bombs"
at industry; thrust bayonets into bus business
iness business enterprises and bombarded ag agriculture
riculture agriculture with Indifference. Party
leaders have many times broken dip diplomatic
lomatic diplomatic relations with Industry; sent
political aviators spying through the
affairs of business, and political sub submarines
marines submarines have sent torpedoes crushing
into the destiny of commerce. Dur During
ing During the past quarter of a century we
have fought many a duel with prog progress,
ress, progress, permitted many politicians to
carry on a guerrilla warfare against
civilization and point a pistol at the
heart of honest enterprise.
No man should be permitted to cry
out for universal peace until his rec record
ord record has been searched for explosives,
for no vessel armed or laden with
munitions of war should be given a
clearance to sail for the port of Uni Universal
versal Universal Peace. Let us by all means
have peace, but peace, like charity,
should begin at home.
GRASPING AT THE SHADOW
No man especially If he Is mar
ried would deny woman any right
she demands. Take the earth and
give us peace, but why does woman
long for the ballot?
When all is said and done. Is not
the selection of the butcher more im important
portant important to the home than the election
of a mayor; ls not the employment of
the dairyman a far more important
erent in the life of the children than
the appointment of a postmaster; is
not the selection of books for the
family library more important than
voting bonds for jail and court house?
Why does woman lay aside the im important
portant important things in life? Why leave the
substance and grasp at the shadow?
Be it said to the credit of woman womanhood
hood womanhood that It is not. as a rule, the
woman who rocks the cradle that
wants to cast the ballot; it is not
the mother who teaches her children
to say "Now I lay me down to sleep"
that harangues the populace; it is not
the daughter who hopes to reign as
queen over a happy home that longs
for the uniform of the suffragette. It
is, as a rule, the woman who despises
her home, neglects her children and
scorns motherhood that leada parades
and smashes windows.
Tired. Aching Muscles Relieved
Hard work, over-exertion, mean
stiff, sore muscles. Sloan's Liniment
lightly applied, a little quiet, and your
soreness disappears like magic. "Noth "Nothing
ing "Nothing ever helped like your Sloan's Lin Liniment.
iment. Liniment. I can never thank you enoutrh,"
writes one grateful user. Stops suffer suffering,
ing, suffering, aches and pains. An excellent
nmmtr.irritnnt. Y,(-ttfT nnd rleaner
than mustard. All druggists, 2oc. Get
. . V A.
a bottle touay. renetraies wunout
rubbing. Adv. 2
Advertise in the Star.
Perhaps this case may be similar to 3-0:2-3
J. Walrg Tillg or iHox G73.) Sri ma, CcL. trri:czi
Gentleman: rivo rn? much p'ca-wj tt'Ot.LIs
to tend yM a tdmunLI. ii ty it rmh.j :na
ufferr your m"d -i r.ci w ill das much for hii.i as l hry
have for m. At tha afe of luru-a 1 vu truuUJ
a rrrat deal lI m -". i r .-i an J Li'.oana.acconir-!r.i' 1
Vi til the worst vrt of lar.-e bui!. 1 vsi persaailcni i 7
my jarentv v:hn hive litwa s l -en t-vsr brlf-vrrj i-i
lr. 1'ierc'a nnwOt t try tl. Goliien Kcilctil
Discovery I "k ore Uu and the !-.:: ai!
appeared. tut d! not fUp at mi Utti I Uk thrro
and the malaria all I- ft mc and I have bntl r- irora
hrils to this day. thmLs t- tba Guica 1
Discovery" for my reW-f.
" Follow-fir an Ofwrmtioa for mpprwlriils trt rnn b-t I
wit trii yrrrj wn'tch wuh coi-tHNMm nr. J ( hi;n .ti
tn in Ir. I Wrf' I'kTsifit i"Urjt.w an.1 !..;
rni m of tv. tTwUnaw ram u..i fcaw Wfi m-- in r r r-io
io r-io Um Vi W fwj'.J.-; I?i-r arin -r tSe W-' ui! t
M-iliesi A !. haU onry 11 rcnu foe I hi t yic Nvi.
The Baseball Team
Is Going to Clearwater
but that is no reason you should
not drink the greatest of all
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IN BOTTLES 5 Cents T FOUNTAINS
There is Nothing Else Quite so Good.
Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works
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Premier Carrier of the South
TUESDAY, JULY 27, 1915
.- ROUND TRIP RATES FROM
AT LANTA $6.00 MACON $4.00
Tickets limited to reach Jacksonville, returning not later than mid midnight
night midnight August 2nd, and are good on any regular tram within lirrut.
Excursion train will leave Jacksonville for Macon and Atlanta ?:i
a. m. and for Columbia 9:40 a. m., JULY 27th.
Through coaches and pullman service. Special trains.
City Ticket Office Cor. Forsythe andllogan Sts. JacksonTille, U.
Phone Nos. BELL 743 and 40 11 AUTOMATIC M 1743
F. B. PINSON. T. P. A. G. R. PETTIT, 1). P. A-
Tan. pa, Florida. Jacksonville, Honda.
W. H. IIABSH'S MARKET
Next to 0. K. Grocery Ocala, Fla.
1 fs Tya 7A
L. "" .i jst; ;i r.
fry---- -i?tJ?a I I II
Dr. Pierces Gc&a i'Mco! Discovery
fcr over forty year3 has
; lerdinrr iui cM to iust
LJ.ch ca.-M.-s us thia. In our
f agression vo have thou-t-nd3
of testimonials of like
Perhaps you nrc Ekepliccl,
1 i n't- it worth at least a
t. 'al ?i view of such strong
t -rtlmony? Irn't it reason reason-r!.'o
r!.'o reason-r!.'o to suppose that if it
l.as uor.o iso much for others
it can do as much for you T
Your drunri't wiU topply you ta
X-uid or tablet inn, or you can
fnd cm-eent lUispt for a trial
Dr. V. n. rierce. Part!, It T.
This is our
Manufactured for the prescog of
Palm Beach and Duck Suits. Being
heated by steam, it can not scorch.
pressure beiner direct, not slidinc.
can not wear or tear. Call and se
ao tne woik.
Ocala Steam Laundry
Phone 101 402-401 South Main St.
We iustlv claim that
steaks are the test that can be
bought for the price.
This nay not convince you you-But
But you-But we feel sure that a trial
will do so.
Step in personally and let cs
show you how we. do business
cn the fair and square basis.
STONES TO 1
, OUrT CLASSIFIED
ADS OFFER EETTER I
POSITIONS AND r ;
Ad. in the Sta
to tA.- t i II II
bCkhA EVENING : i AR FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1913
Woodmen meet this evening.
Royal Arch Masons meets tonight.
Board of Trade meets Thursday evening.
Mr. IJ. F. Smith is representing the
Conner section ip town today.
Mr. F. C. Whitthorne of the Florida
Times-Union was at the Harrington
Col. R. F. Rogers will preach at the
Baptist church Sunday morning at 1 1
o'clock.. Everybody is cordially in invited
vited invited to attend the service.
An auto party on the way from
Bradentown to New York was at the
Harrington last night. It comprised
Mrs. W. B. Wilson, Miss Lauces Big Biggie
gie Biggie and Mr. L. Jonas Kersey.
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
tyrrr nnr ntl'n form rl n i 1 V O DPT1 nicnt
and day. Merchant's Cae. t J WEATHER REPORT
I This report Is made from observa
Mr. E. A. Osborne was a business tions taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
visitor to Tampa yesterday. Weihe, official observer for the gov
From the Sky
By ROY L. McCARDELL
A full line of loose leaf ledgers, : July 1
note books and memorandums al-: July 2
ways on hand at Gerig's. tf j July 3
, I July 4
The Woodmen are hustling for aiJulv
large round time at their meeting : JUU'
this evening. All members should bejJuly 7
present and add to the festivities. lJuly 8
Have you tried those delicious Max-j July 10
ixe cherries? 50 cents per pound, atJuy
Geria-'s. tf. 12
Mr. T. A. Lamb, one of Anthony's
successful truckers is transacting bus business
iness business in "the city today
For plumbing and electrical work ; July 18
see II. W. Tucker. Phone 300 J July 19
Use Nval's ramiiy remedies. Alii July 21
good good for all. Sold by Annex 'July 22 81
Mr. C. E. Stevenson, traveling
salesman for' the Benedict-Pollard I an(l Saturday
Co., who has been in the hospital for
some days, is able to be out and at attend
tend attend to business again.
1-air in northwest portion and
probably showers in peninsula tonight
Copyright. 1915, by Roy L. McCardcIl
(Continued from Third Page)
Hall will leave Tuesday for Savan Savannah,
nah, Savannah, where she will visit friends for
Mr. II. H. Smith, an employe of the
F-nzatrt-rm nt of Mi- Ruth NVNon Western Union r.ffirp. and Mi IUtpI
! Announced Stewart were married last evening at
I Of cordial intero-t to the hot of the bride's home in Wildwood. Mr.
; friend- in thi section f Mr. and Mrs. 'and Mrs. Smith returned to Ocala
j F. K. Nel.-on ar.d family of Tampa, j anil are at home at the Lynnwood
I former residents of thi- city, will be Apartment House,
jthe following r.crcmr.t frr-m the Tri-;
of the er'-a .'errant and an-1 The new baby at the Muncaster
home in South Bend. Ind., will bear
1 1 ...
oui.e oi me r.ga j-erra r.t ani ap
proachir marriage -f Mi.-.- Ruth Nel-
Second Chapter at Temple
Dopy Charlie Chaplin had every
body at the Temple in a constant
laugh last night, and there is another
series of grins coming to tho.-e who
see Ham and Bud tonight. There
will also be the second episode of
The Diamond from 'the Sky," and
"The Tie that Binds," an Essanay
The Commercial Bank
CAPITAL STOCK S50.000.00.
Slate, County and City Depository.
The singing of Mr. Lester Lucas
has added greatly to the attractions
of the Temple this week. He has a
superb voice and never fails of an en
core would have several it he would
answer them all.
The Chero-Cola Co. has bought a
second Ford car from Mr. Ed Tucker,
and converted it inte a light truck,
making two Ford trucks which the
company is using in its country de
liveries. Mr. I. B. Adams, who will
be associated with the firm, wife and
children are on the way to Ocala in a
third Ford car which he bought in
Georgia and this, also, will be con converted
verted converted into a truck, giving the firm
three of these cars to cover its ter territory.
ritory. territory. Mr. Adams and his family
will make Ocala their home and join
the big Chero-Cola colony here.
OCALA SEED STORE
A full line of Corn, Oats, Bran,
Shorts, Hay and Mc'asses feeds. f5tf
HAMS, HAMS, HAMS
For sale, GOO pounds of excellent
country hams. Address Box 4"5,
AV. K. Iane, M. T)., Vhyslelan and
Jurgeon, specialist TCye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Law Library Building,
Mr. J. A. Hampton, of Floral City,
father of Mr. H. M. Hampton of this
city, is in town today.
We will sell to the consumer until
September 1st FLOUR, both plain
and Self-Rising, in any quantity,
THE FINEST QUALITY, at cost, so
Another fresh shipment of Triola j that we may establish these goods
tf. I Hrmlv on the market. The John
Dozier Co. 23-tf
AMBER SORGHUM SEED
sweets just in at Gerig's,
Mr. Joseph Malever is decorating i
the Globe show windows, displaying j Mr w c MoQre and lwo SQns who
the advantages of the specials he will! haye been with the Caseball crowd
sell from tomorrow to Aug. 4. Lt Clearwater, returned this after.
E. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
WILBUR VV. C. SMITH
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
On Saturday ana Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dol-cash.
cash. dol-cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
lar's worth of other groceries, for
When Glands Swell
Blood Needs Attention
Even a Sweat Gland May
Result in Severe
Messrs. W. A. Knight and Hugh
Nichols went tQ Jacksonville a' few
days ago and drove down one of the
pretty new 191G Overland cars, for
which Knight & Lang are agents in
Don't fail to ask us about our speci special
al special price on stationery. The Court
Mr. W. J. Crosby, of Citra, one of
Marion county's representatives in
the legislature, was in the city today
and made the Star office an appreciat appreciated
ed appreciated call.
A number of Hawaiian records just
received at the Book Shop. Several
new njimbers. lit
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Osteen and a
party of young folks from Fairfield
are in the city shopping today.
In our intricate body tho i:rc- of S. S.
S. for the blood has a most remarkable
influence. We little realise oi;r gland glandular
ular glandular system. It may be a tiny bulb no
bigrgrer than a pin point. anl yot if a
disease germ prets into it, there is a
tremendous swelling. Tt becomes a
boil, a carbuncle, it may tc a "Mooil
risintr," and it is often a p.-in-co of con continuous
tinuous continuous misery if not cln cko.l. ?.lany
of the most excruciatin.tr forms of tor torture
ture torture begin with the swelling of a tiny
Kland, caused by a disease jrerm. An 1
it is S. S. S. that spreads throuhou
the blood circulation to prevent jus'
such conditions. Or if they have al
ready started, S. S. S will soon put the
blood in such a state of health as to
overcome the""tetuleiiey -to rlandulnr
swellinprs. It is a natural ino licine for
the blood, just as essential to health if
the blood be impure, as are the meats,
fats, grains ami sugars of our daily
It contains one ingredient the active
purpose of which is to stimulate the
exchange of new flesh for dead or waste
Get a bottle of S. S. S. today of any
druggist, and if your case is stubborn,
write to the Medical Adviser. The Swift
Specific Co.. 10S Swift Bldg., Atlanta, Ga.
This department is in charge of a noted
A new line of high grade stationery
in all the latest styles and cuts at
q n h lAty
Mr. E. O. Cordrey, the east side
trucker and farmer, is in town today
Mr. E. D. Rou and Dr. Carswell are
representing Reddick in the city today.
Mr. Arthur M. Leavengood, of Lake
Weir, is in the city for a few day's
visit to his mother, Mrs. A. J. Leaven Leavengood,
good, Leavengood, at her home on North Magnolia
The Book Shop is offering two thou thousand
sand thousand copies of high grade standard
and classical and sheet music at 5
cents per copy. All printed from new new-plates.
plates. new-plates. 3t
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-Gt
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 6 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 of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, and take no sub substitute.
stitute. substitute. I took a double dose accord according
ing according to the directions and went to sleep
after the second dose. At five o'clock
the next morning I was called by my
order and took a train for my next
stopping point, a well man but feel feeling
ing feeling rather shaky from the severity of
the attack," writes II. W. Ireland,
Louisville, Ky. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
COME TO THE SUNSHINE CITY
If you vant 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. 23-tf
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.
On Saturday and Monday, 10
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
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
A Cough Remedy that Relieves
Its prepared from the healing pine
balsam, tar and beney all mixed in a
pleasant, soothing cough syrup called
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-IIoney. Thousands
have benefited by its use no need
your enduring that annoying cough or
risking a dangerous cold. Go to your
dealer, ask for a 25c. original bottle
Dr. Hall's Pine-Tar-Honey, start us using
ing using at once and get rid of your cough
and cold. Adv. 2
Sun and Wind Bring Out Ugly Spots.
How to Remove Easily
Here's "a chance, Miss Freckle-face,
to try a remedy for freckles with the
guarantee of a reliable dealer that it
will not cost you a penny unless it re removes
moves removes the freckles; while if it does
give you a clear complexion the ex expense
pense expense is trifling.
Simply get an ounce of othine
double strength from any druggist
and a few applications should show
you how easy it is to rid yourself of
the homely freckles and get a beau beautiful
tiful beautiful complexion. Rarely is more than
one ounce needed for the worst case.
Be sure to ask the druggist for the
double strength othine as this is the
prescription sold under guarantee of
money back if it fails to remove
Merchant (to portrait painter)
Flow iuch will you c harge to ?aint my
portrait if I furnish the pai.it?
son. i he hostess and nearly all of
the ladios assisting are well known in
The announcement of a very inter inter-estiiig
estiiig inter-estiiig social event to take place in
September was made yesterday after after-roon
roon after-roon when Mrs. J. M. Harvey gave a
tea from T, to 7 o'clock at her pretty
Plant avenue residence compliment complimenting
ing complimenting Miss Ruth Nelson.
As the ghosts entered the door
from the veranda little Miss Florence
Harvey presented each with a small
red tipped cartridge, on the inside of
which was the interesting secret, and
pulling ofT the red tap a tiny roll of
paper was found bearing the an announcement
nouncement announcement of the engagement of
Miss Ruth Nelson to Capt. Curtis G.
Rorebeck. with the elate of their
weddinir, September 2, 1015.
The party was characterized thru thru-out
out thru-out by military ideas, with a color
motif of red, white and blue, which
was emphasized in. a number of at attractive
tractive attractive ways.
Guests were received at the door
by Mrs. Sumpter L. Lowry, and their
cards were taken by the youngest sis sister
ter sister of the bride-elect, little Miss Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia Nelson, and were passed on to
be greeted by Mrs. Harvey. Miss
Nelson, the honoree, Mrs. Claybourne
Devane, Mrs. Joe Grable and Mrs.
Walter Wynne Thomas. Forming a
background for these ladies was a
pretty arrangement of American
flags. The rooms were decorated en entirely
tirely entirely with red, white and blue, the
reception room having numerous tall
vases filled with deep shaded cosmos
and on the mantel there were vases
of the same flowers with long waving
pieces of asparagus fern, artistically
woven in. Mrs. Arthur Kirkland
showed tho guests into the dining
room where the decorations "were es especially
pecially especially attractive and appropriate.
The large mahogany table was center
ed by a minature fort, representing
the fort at Key West, where Captain
Rorebeck is stationed. There were
disappearing guns in miniature and
various cannon stationed here and
there and the fort was set amid a
bank of asparagus fern from which
peeped a number of white pond lilies
In this room were vases of small
white and red wild flowers.
Tea and coffee were, poured by the
mother of the bride-elect. Mrs. E. K.
Nelson and Mrs. C. P. Fuller. Others
assisting in serving refreshments
were Miss Emma Nelson, Miss Edna
Nelson, Miss Jessie Lawrence, Miss
Fannie Lawrence and Miss Phyllis
Carnes of Bradentown. The cakes
had tiny silk flags stuck jauntily in
their center. During the afternoon
punch was served by Mrs. Charles E
Ball and Mrs. S. C. DeGarmo from a
bowl placed on the veranda.
Miss Ruth Nelson is the third
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Nel
son, and in the younger set there-are
few more popular and attractive girls.
Captain Rorebeck has been in
charge of the coast artillery, U. S. A.,
at Fort Dade, but has been trans trans-f
f trans-f erred to the fort at Key West, ane
he departed yesterday to take charge
of his new station.
The wedding will be a very inter interesting
esting interesting social event and will take place
at high noon on September 2, but it
will be a very simple home wedding
on account of the groom-elect being
in mourning. Immediatelv after their
marriage they will sail for Key West
.Miss I.egie Blitch and her guests
Mrs. Maisie Lyles and daughter, Dor
othy, came in from BItichton thi
morning to meet Dr. Bltich and take
him home. The doctor has been on
a visit to the East Coast.
Deputy Sheriff Calvin West, Mrs.
West and the baby have returnee
from a weeks delightful visit to
Mrs. West's' sister, Mrs. A. J. Bri
gance at Micanopy.
Miss Fannie Hall. Miss Willie
Co vie and Mrs. G. H. Coyle of Wil
mington, N. C, spent the past week
with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Fosnot, who
celebrated their fiftieth wedding an anniversary
niversary anniversary Sunday, July ISth. Miss
the name of William Lucas. The Star
and the other friends of the Muncas Muncas-ters
ters Muncas-ters extend congratulations.
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Miss Agnes Burford 13 visiting
Miss Nettie Camp at Lake Weir.
Prof. Henry Simmons, who fills
the chair of English at Brenau Col College,
lege, College, Gainesville, Ga., was a visitor
yesterday, leaving in the afternoon
or Palatka. While in the city he
called on a numlier of Brenau girls
and greeted other friends. He was a
guest for dinner of Capt. and Mrs. S.
Last evening Mr. and Mrs. George
II. Mason of Jacksonville entertained
at a dance at the Mason hotel, the
event being one of the most brilliant
of the summer season. The guests
included the officers now in camp at
Black Point and the members of the
dancing set and among the former
was Captain Fred Weihe of this city.
The initial social event of next
week will be a silver tea at the home
of Mrs. F. T. Schreiber, given from 4
to 0 o'clock by St. Margaret's Guild
of Grace church. The tea will be very
informal and a cordial invitation is
extended the general public to at
Mr. Noble Harison is now occupy
ing his new home at Lake Weir,
which has been in course of construc
tion for the past three years. The
residence is modern in every partic particular
ular particular and is the handsomest on the
Miss Clifton Sexton is visiting
friends in Jacksonville. She will be
away until September.
Miss Carol Terrenot will arrive
next week from Andalusia, Ala., to
visit Miss Mary Burford. Miss Perre-
not was a charming visitor several
years ago and a warm welcome awaits
her on her arrival.,
Dr. A. A. Poucher and bride were
leeent visitors to Ocala, the guests of
Mrs. Poucher's grandmother, Mrs.
Blanche Whetstone. Their wedding
was an interesting event taking place
Prof, and Mrs. K. J. Weihe of
Jacksonville will arrive next week to
visit the former's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe, for six weeks.
Miss Emma Washburn has gone to
Smith Lake to spend a week on ten
days with friends.
The W. C. T. U. held a successful
gold medal contest last night at
Griner Farm. The entertainment was
enjoyed by a good sized audience.
There were five contestants, namely:
Misses Thelma and Zeda Cahoon, El Ellen
len Ellen Abshire of Oak, Ida Luff man of
Griner Farm and Amanda Spencer of
Zuber. The judges, .Messrs. fland fland-ster,
ster, fland-ster, Subbs and McCormick, awarded
the medal to Miss Spencer.
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TEAMS FOR RENT LIGHT AM) HEAVY HAULING DONE
Superior to Plaster or
Ceiling in Quality
Shippin of Freight,"
Pianos, and Safes.
COLLIER BROS., Proprietors
I am teaching at the high school
building every morning, from 8:30 to
12 o'clock, children of any grade,
preferably the eighth, wishing to
make up deficiencies. You should call
and make arrangements at once.
22-2t Mrs. II. S. Wesson.
" You have mosquitos? We have the
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ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
WANTED Ixcal managers wanted
for new invention. Selhs in every home.
Big profits, big demand, constant
income and business -builder. Agents
easily earn five dollars to ten dollars
per day. Write quick for particulars.
Manufacturers Outlet, Lock Box 958,
Tampa, Florida. 23-lt
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 morning either on Oklawaha
avenue or down town. Reward offer offered
ed offered by Bunyan Stephens. 17-Ct
FOR RENT Five-room cottage with
modern conveniences, gas, electricity,
baths, etc. Apply to Mrs. Jake Brown,
North Tuscawilla street, or phone
FOR RENT Well located and nlcelj
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
ROOMS AND BOARD Large
rooms with board at Rpeeial sum summer
mer summer rates.. .Mrs. M. E. Ervin, at
Carlton House. 19-1 mo.
THE GREATEST HOT WEATHER COMFORT IS THE CHEAPEST
A block of our ice will do more to keep you cool and healthy during
this hot weather than anything else and the cost is the merest trifle.
Keep your refrigerator Well charged with our ice and you can charge
off drug bills, bad temper and most other torrid time ills.
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smooth running. A superb,
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A car with a real high tension
magneto, sliding gear transmis transmission,
sion, transmission, left hand drive, center
control, anti-skid tires on rear,
in fact it has
Practically all the high
priced features of
high priced cars.
Come and let us take you rid riding
ing riding in the new 1915 Maxwell.
Holds tLe road at 50 miles an hour.
With Electric Starter and
Electric Lights $55 extra.
R. R. CARROLL
AGENT FOR MARION COUNTY
EXCURSION TO TAMPA
v- SEA IB A If
ROUND TRIP FROM
ALL POINTS BETWEEN
OCALA AND TAMPA
Leave Ocala, 7:00 a. m. Leave Dallas 7:38 a.m.
Leave Santos, 7:10 a.m. Leave Oxford, 7:45 a.m.
Leave Belleview 7:23 a.m. Leave 'Wildwood, 754 a. m.
Leave Summerfield 7:32 a.m. Leave Coleman, 8:04 a.m.
Returning Leave Tampa at f:00 p. m. the Fame day.
Tickets pood on special train only. Special coaches for white and colored.
SEE YOUR TICKET AGENT
G. Z. PHILLIPS, A. G. P. A.
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