OCALA, FLOKIDA. SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1915
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Submarines Must Respect American Rights,
Following is the official text of the
latest American note to Germany re regarding
garding regarding submarine warfare, which
was delivered to. the foreign office at
Berlin by Ambassador Gerard:
Department of State, Washington,
July 21, 1915.
The Sccre-tary of State to Ambassador
You are instructed to deliver text text-ually
ually text-ually the following note to the min minister
ister minister for foreign affairs:
' The note of the Imperial German
government'dated the 8th day of July,
1015, has received the careful con consideration
sideration consideration of the government of the
United States and it regrets to be ob obliged
liged obliged to say that it has found it very
unsatisfactory, because it fails to
meet the real differences between the
two governments and indicates no
way in which the accepted principles
of law and humanity may be applied
for a partial suspension of those prin principles
ciples principles which virtually set them aside.
The government of the United
States notes with satisfaction that
the Imperial German government
recognizes without reservation the
validity of the principles insisted on
in the several communications which
this government had addressed to the
Imperial German government with
regard to its atnouncement of a war
zone and use of submarines against
merchantmen on the high seas the
principle that the high seas are free,
that the character and cargo of a
merchantman must first be ascer-
tained before she can lawfully be
seized or destroyed, and that the
lives of non-combatants may in no
case be put in jeopardy unless the
vessel resists or seeks to escape after
being summoned to submit to exami examination;
nation; examination; for n belligerent act of re retaliation
taliation retaliation is per se an act beyond the
law, and the defense of an act as re retaliatory
taliatory retaliatory is an admission that it is
AMERICA IS DISAPPOINTED
The government of the United
States is, however, keenly disap disappointed
pointed disappointed to find that the Imperial Ger German
man German government regards itself as in
large degree exempt from the obliga obligation
tion obligation to observe these principles, even
where neutral vessels are concerned,
by what it believes even w-here neu neutral
tral neutral vessels are concerned, by what it
believes the policy and practice of the
government of Great Britain to be in
the present war with regard to neu neutral
tral neutral commerce The Imperial Ger German
man German government .will readily under understand
stand understand "that the government of the
United States cannot discuss the
policy of the government of Great
Britain with regard to neutral trade
except with that government, itself
and that it must regard the conduct
of other belligerent governments as
irrelevant to any discussion with the
Imperial German government of what
this government regards as grave and
unjustifiable violations of the rights
of American citizens by German
naval commanders. Illegal and in inhuman
human inhuman acts however justifiable they
may be thought to be against an en-i-my
who is believed to have acted in
contravention of law and humanity,
are manifestly indefensible when they
deprive neutrals of their acknowl acknowledged
edged acknowledged rights, particularly when they
violate the right of life itself. If a
belligerent cannot retaliate against
an enemy without injuring the lives
of neutrals, as well as their property,
humanity, as well as justice and a
due regard for the dignity of neutral
powers, should dictate that the prac practice
tice practice be discontinued. If persisted in
it would in such circumstances con constitute
stitute constitute an unpardonable offense
against the sovereignty of the neu neutral
tral neutral nation affected. The government
of the United States is not unmind unmindful
ful unmindful of the Pvtr-,rdinary conditions
created -r or of the radical
alterations of c. stance and meth method
od method of attack produced by the use of
instrumentalities of naval warfare
which the nations of the world can-
III THE LAST GERMAN NOTE,
not have had in view when the exist existing
ing existing rules of international law were
formulated, and it is ready to make
every reasonable allowance for these
novel and unexpected aspects of war
at sea; but it cannot consent to abate
any essential of fundamental right of
its people because of a mere altera alteration
tion alteration of circumstance. The rights of
neutrals in time of war are based
upon principle, not upon expediency
and the principles are immutable. It
is the duty and obligation of belli belligerents
gerents belligerents to find a way to adapt the
new circumstances to them.
SUBMARINE WAR MUST CON CONFORM
FORM CONFORM TO RULES
The events of the past, two months
have clearly indicated that it is pos possible
sible possible and practicable to conduct such
submarine operations and have char characterized
acterized characterized the activity of the Imperial
German navy within the so-called
war zone in substantial accord with
the accepted practices of regulated
warfare. The whole world has look looked
ed looked with interest and increasing satis satisfaction
faction satisfaction at the demonstration of that
possibility by German naval com commanders.
manders. commanders. It is manifestly possible,
therefore, to lift the whole practice
of submarine attack above the crit criticism
icism criticism which it has aroused and re remove
move remove the chief cause of offense.
WANTON ACT SHOULD BE DIS DISAVOWED
AVOWED DISAVOWED In view of the admission of ille illegality
gality illegality made by the Imperial govern government
ment government when it pleaded the right of re retaliation
taliation retaliation in defense of its acts and in
view of the manifest possibility of
conforming to the established rules
of naval warfare, the government of
the United States cannot believe that
the Imperial government will longer
refrain from disavowing the wanton
act of its naval commander in sinking
the Lusitania or (from offering rep reparation
aration reparation for the American lives lost,
so far as reparation can be made for
a needless destruction of human life
by an illegal act.
CANT ACCEPT THE PROPOSI PROPOSITION
TION PROPOSITION The government of the United
States, while not indifferent to the
friendly spirit in which it is made,
cannot accept the suggestion of the
Imperial German government that
certain vessels designated and agreed
upon which shall be free on the seas
now illegally prescribed. The very
agreement, would, by implication,
subject other vessels to illegal at attack,
tack, attack, and would be a curtailment and
therefore an abandonment of the
principles for which this government
contends and which in times of calmer
counsels every nation would concede
as of course.
CONTENDING FOR THE SAME
The government of the United
States and the Imperial German gov government
ernment government are contending for the same
great object, have long stood together
in urging the very principles, upon
which the government of the United
States now so solemnly insists. They
are both contending for the freedom
of the seas. The government of the
United States will continue to contend
for that freedom, from whatever
quarter violated, without compromise
and at any cost. It invites the prac practiced
ticed practiced cooperation of the Imperial
German government at this time
when cooperation may accomplish
most and this great common object
be most strikingly and effectively
The Imperial German government
expresses the hope that this object
may be in some measure accomplish accomplished
ed accomplished even before the present war ends.
It can be. The government of the
United States not only feels obliged
to insist upon it, by whomsoever vio
ARE REFUSED AS BEING I
lated or ignored, in the protection of
its own citizens, but is also deeply in interested
terested interested in seeing it made practicable
between the belligerents themselves,
and holds itself ready at any time to
act as the common friend who may
te privileged to suggest a way.
In the meantime the very value
which this government sets upon the
long and unbroken friendship between
the people and government of the
United States and the people and
government of the German nation im impels
pels impels it to press very solemnly upon
the Imperial German government the
necessity for scrupulous observance
of neutral rights in this critical mat matter.
ter. matter. Friendship itself prompts it to
say to the Imperial government that
repetition by the commanders of
German naval vessels of acts in con contravention
travention contravention of. these rights must be re regarded
garded regarded by the government of the
United States, when they affect Am American
erican American citizens, as deliberately un unfriendly.
friendly. unfriendly. Lansing.
CAUSED HIM, HE SAYS. TOTRY
TO KILL FRANK
Milledgeville, Ga., July 24. Will William
iam William Creen told Governor Harris that
he tried to kill Leo Frank because he
feared a mob would attack the prison
and try to lynch Frank. He stole the
knife he used from the kitchen. Gov Governor
ernor Governor Harris is here with the legisla legislative
tive legislative committee investigating prison
A BRIEF GRACE
Cochran Obtained a Restraining Or Order
der Order from Supreme Court
New York, July 24. Supreme
Court Justice Philbin has granted an
order, directing the state to show
cause why the motion for a new trial
should not be granted Charles Becker,
who is sentenced to die Wednesday.
The order is returnable Wednesday
before Justice Ford. The state will
oppose the motion.
The effort to save Becker's life was
made when W. B. Cochran, his coun counsel,
sel, counsel, placed before Philbin what he
claimed was newly discovered evi evidence.
dence. evidence. Cochran stated that by his
silence in keeping his promise to
shield the late Timothy Sullivan,
Becker "has placed his feet on the
scaffold." Cochran declared Becker
was willing to face a cross examina examination
tion examination without any limitations, or condi conditions.
tions. conditions. Among the statements made
in the plea are affidavits in which it
is claimed Becker was "framed up."
REPULSED BY THE RUSSIANS
Armies of Czar Drive Back Both Ger Germans
mans Germans and Austrians
Geneva, July 24. The Russians
have driven Gen. von Mackensen's
army back eight miles at Krasnostaw,
inflicting a loss of 15,000 men, ac according
cording according to a Tarnow dispatch. The
Austrians have also been driven back
five miles north of Wolika.
lllli MADE Of
London, July 24. The battle about
Warsaw is still raging without indi
cation of its ultimate outcome. Pet-
rograd concedes there is fighting six
miles southwest of Ivangorod, where
the Germans smashed the wire en
tanglements, but says they -.vere
hurled back with heavy losses.
FIGHTING FOR THE RAILROAD
Both Vienna and Berlin, without
giving details, claim the Teutonic
forces are now fighting virtually
along the Lublin-Chelm railroad. Pet-
rograd admits the Germans have at
tacked a village on this line and
claims the attack was repulsed. It is
admitted, however, that some ground
regained was later lost.
WANT TO SAVE WARSAW
The impression is growing that the
Russians are fighting in hope of sav saving
ing saving Warsaw and defeating the Ger Germans.
mans. Germans. TEUTONS HAD TO SEND FOR
That the Germans feel their forces
are inadequate is indicated by news
fiom Riga that a German army corps,
recently landed at Libau, has been
sent to strengthen the attack on War-
QUIET ON WESTERN FRONT
The western front is comparatively
TWO SHIPS TORPEDOED
London, July 21. The Russian ship
Rolonia and the trawler Star of
Peace have been torpedoed and sunk
by a submarine near the Orkney Isl
Hard Work for Teutons to Move Ar
tillery Over Dilapidated
London, July 24. Austrians and
Germans are driving their attacks
against the Russians defending War Warsaw
saw Warsaw and at some points they have im important
portant important advantages.
The attackers are operating, how however,
ever, however, through a country where the
retiring troops have laid to waste the
country and where the poor roads are
little suited for artillery movements.
The Vienna official statement
claims heavy losses to the Russians in
South Poland and on the upper Bug
river, where it says the Russians at attacked
tacked attacked with strong forces but were
In Courland the Germans claim to
be pushing the Russians. Heavy fight fighting
ing fighting continues on the Isonzo front,
where Italy claims her forces are
meeting with success, but Austria
discounts the claims. Italy says Aus Austria
tria Austria lost l.r00 men who were taken
prisoners. In the west there has been
only unimportant changes.
NATIONAL DEFENSE MAY
SOON BE NEEDED
President Wilson will Arrange for a
Military and Naval Program
Washington, July 24. President
Wilson has called for reports on na national
tional national defenses. This became known
here last night after the publication
of the note to Germany.
Mr. Wilson intends to propose to
Congress at the proper time a reason reasonable
able reasonable and adequate naval program and
a definite program for military train training
ing training of Americans consistent with his
HOME TEAM HAS
The members of the Ocala baseball
team, who have leen playing in Clear Clearwater
water Clearwater all week, and their friends re returned
turned returned this afternoon. The boys won
only two games out of six, but they
had a fine time, and are ready to go
again next year.
NO FIRING ACROSS THE BORDER
WILL BE ALLOWED AT
San Antonio, July 24. Major Gen General
eral General Funston, commanding the border
guards, has received definite orders
to repel any firing into American ter territory
ritory territory in the fighting that is threat threatened
ened threatened between Villa and Carranza
SURELY IS SOME
Willis B. Powell is a Genuine Artist in
The Clearwater Sun has given most
interesting reports of the games be between
tween between its home team and the Ocala
boys this week. If Willis B. Powell
had been at Troy, he instead of
Homer, would have been assigned the
job of writing the Iliad. We would
give all his reports in full if we could,
but as that is beyond our capacity we
reprint his account of Thursday's
second game which was the first that
"Ocala won the second game, a lit little
tle little C-inning affair, which had a few
frills and some dampness. Coming
from a wet town, the Ocala boys had
the advantage in a game that was
played in a drizzle.
"Going to tell about this game in a
"You see, when we get beaten, the
least we say about it the better.
"The details are per viz. as follows:
"Brown spat on his bat and took a
whack at that elusive little ball. He
knocked a grounder that was a
bounder, but didn't score at all. Fat
and sassy Harris well not embarrass,
but it is only true he's thrown out
by Jordan (here we beg his pardon),
he took his seat, he's through. Ze Ze-wadski,
wadski, Ze-wadski, what a name, oh, my, knocked
up a little, fly, which fell to Paige.
That's the way to do it, good boy
you'll never rue it, if you always get
the gauge. Bring the smelling salts,
"Harris muffs Dodge's fly to left.
Paige doubles to 2nd scoring Dodge.
Kirk pulls a homer to the tall grass
by Safety Harbor, forcing Paige to
score whether he wanted to or not.
Thomas turned on the electricity into
the brass blades. Howell mowed the
lawn in the direction of second. Camp Campbell
bell Campbell got a jolt in the ribs and was
carried to first base to see if the
ofcange would do him good. Carpenter
sent a chicken to roost. Draw the
"Davis was put on the plate to be
shot at, every time you hit him you
get a cigar result one cigar. He
limped to first. Dewey Manilaed to
left, and Dinky Dink went up in the
air. Thomas caught him. Chazal ag agitated
itated agitated the air three times in succes succession.
sion. succession. Galloway dropped a lofty one
into Carpenter's hands. The next
reel will follow immediately.
"Dinky Dink did some fast fielding
which cut off Hicks at first, right in
the prime of his life. Jordan miss missed
ed missed fire. Dodge biffed a single and agi agitated
tated agitated himself to second on high. Paige
left his chicken coop open. Ladies
will please remove their hats.
"Kirk handled Blitch's hot one with
tongs. Blitch keeps on going to sec second
ond second on a wild pitch. Harris popped
to the pitcher the pitcher went over
to the refreshment booth and popped
at 5 cents the pop. Zewadski Zeppe Zeppe-lined
lined Zeppe-lined to center. Blitch scores on a
passed ball. Paige drops Davis fly.
Dewey singles past third, Davis going
to 3rd on the drive. Dickey Dink
Children and Women Drowned
Wholesale in Chicago
ANOTHER INSTANCE OF CIJIIIAL CARELESSNESS VHEI1
EXCURSION STEAMER UPSET
Chicago, July 24. The sfteamship
Eastland capsized at its dock in the
Chicago river this morning. Seventy Seventy-five
five Seventy-five to three hundred people are be believed
lieved believed to have drowned. Twenty-five
bodies were recovered at 9 o'clock.
Twenty-five hundred are said to have
THREE HUNDRED BODIES RE
Chicago, July 24, 10:45 a. m.
Three hundred bodies were recovered
by 9:45. The excursionists crowded
aboard, when the boat slowly listed.
The officers shouted a warning. The
hawsers holding the boat to the dock
snapped a moment later. Amid the
screams of the passengers, the steam steamer
er steamer turned over on one side and floated
It is feared that scores of women
and children caught in the cabin were
drowned without a chance to escape.
Life preservers were thrown from
the steamship Theodore Roosevelt,
which had docked across the river.
Scores of persons clung to these until
they were picked up by river craft.
The city fire boats, police launches,
life boats and other steamers of every
description rushed to the rescue. A
hole was cut through the side of the
Eastland's lower deck and bodies
Many passengers escaped by jump jumping
ing jumping onto the dock; olhers climbed to
the bottom and sides of the overturn overturned
ed overturned steamer and clung there until they
Captain Harry Pederson, command commanding
ing commanding the vessel, said he was about
ready to pull out when he noticed the
boat listing and ordered the gang gangways
ways gangways nearest the docks opened to
give the people a chance to reach
DOZENS OF BABIES AMONG THE
At 1:30 this afternoon 800 bodies
had been recovered, among whom
were many infants.
The Eastland was an excursion
boat, and was going to take out a
large crowd of people for a day's
INVESTIGATION AS USUAL
Washington, July 24. The depart department
ment department of commerce has ordered an im immediate
mediate immediate Investigation of the Chicago
hits to pitcher. Davis out at the plate.
"Kirk fouled out to Dewey. Thomas
grounds out to short. Galloway drop dropped
ped dropped Howell's fly, Howell going to 3rd
on Brown's wild throw to center. Ze Zewadski
wadski Zewadski looted Campbell's grounder.
Carpenter singles to center. Hicks
fanned. Wait a minute please, well
have another song.
"Chazal walks. Galloway singles to
left. Both runners move up on Jor Jordan's
dan's Jordan's wild play to first- Blitch fanned.
Carpenter drops Brown's fly, Chazal
scoring. Hurrah for Chazal! Kirk
makes brilliant catch of Harris foul,
doubling Galloway at the plate.
Jordan out on grounder; Dodge out
on fly to Davis; Paige singles to cen center;
ter; center; Kirk out on line drive to center;
we will now tell you the sad, sad story
of our young and wasted life.
"Let our lady reporter tell about it:
"Zewadski hit the ball and it flew
to the right and he ran to second
when no one was looking, and Davis
when he went to bat didn't hit any anything
thing anything because the pitcher couldn't hit
the bat and the empire told him to get
out of here and he went to first base.
Dewey hit the ball a long ways and
they wouldn't let him run around the
circle because a man caught the ball
out in the left pasture. That man
with the funny name stole third base,
but I didn't see him take it when he
got there he stood on it. That Dinky
boy sacrificed, they said, but I didn't
EVERY BULLETIN ADDS
NUMBER OF LOST OF
Chicago, July 24, 1:14 p. m. Hun Hundreds
dreds Hundreds were drowned when the steamer
Eastland, crowded with twenty-five
hundred employes of the Western
Electric Company, capsized in the
Chicago river. Four hours after the
accident, rescuers are still taking
bodies from the boat through holes
cfiopped in the hull.
IT MAY BE WORSE THAN THE
GENERAL SLOCUM HORROR
It is estimated that the death list
will run from 700 to 1500. At 11
o'clock nearly 500 dead had been
found. Deputy Coroner x Jones and
Sheriff Traeger, directing the work,
said they feared the dead would num number
ber number 1200 or 1500. Jones said sixty of
the dead were women. Crowding pas passengers
sengers passengers to one side of the boat is
generally supposed to have caused the
The authorities, not satisfied with
explanations, ordered the arrest of the
boat's officers. Captain Harry Peder Pederson
son Pederson r.nd Doll Fisher, first mate, who
were taken to police headquarters.
DESPERATE STRUGGLES OF THE
When the firemen chopped a hole
in the boat's hull; they found bodies
piled on one another life boxes of
merchandise. The bodies were placed
on a tug ,and then carried ashore,
where scores of physicians, .volun .volunteers,
teers, .volunteers, tried resuscitation.
The faces of the dead bore traces
of a desperate struggle.
GREAT CITY IS IN GLOOM
After two hours of work, efforts at
resuscitation were abandoned.
Divers who explored the hull
brought up scores of bodies.
The ball games this afternoon were
postponed and many theaters, it is
announce!, will be closed tonight. The
churches have summoned their mem mem-lers
lers mem-lers to pray.
Federal Judge Landis has ordered
a special grand jury to investigate
the tragedy. The estimates of dead
PERHAPS 1200 PERISHED
Chicago, July 24, 3:08 p. m. At 2
o'clock, CT9 bodies had been recover recovered
ed recovered fro mthe Eastland wreck. The
estimate is that perhaps 1200 perish perished.
ed. perished. Some estimates are higher.
see him give anything away, while Ze Zewadski
wadski Zewadski was allowed to come in the
place he started from. Then Chazal
stood up while Jordan threw balls at
him and because he didn't hit him
flhey let him loose and he went to first.
They took Jordan out of the box and
put Pooser in. But I didn't see the
box. Landis Blitch hit the ball and
it went so far that he got to first base
before they found it. Davis and Cha Chazal
zal Chazal came charging in like mad and
some one shouted, score two. Looms
Blitch knocked a ball into Thomas
hands and everybody came in, and
those in went out. And that is all I
know about base ball.
"Thomas flew out to Harris; Howell
thrown out by catcher; Campbell is
thrown out by Dewey. Rough house.
Mike, bring the mop.
"A little damp, but don't mind it.
Ocala is a wet town. Brown singles
to right; Harris called out on strikes;
Zewadski fouled out to Kirk; Brown
"Ocala C; Clearwater 4."
OCALA E'ENING STAR SATl'RDAY. JULY 21. 191"
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PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
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R. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leaven-ood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postcflice as second class matter
vear. in advance
Six months, in advance .
Three months, in advance.
One month, in advance
One year, in advance
Six months, in advance
Three months, in advance.
One month, in advance....
Silver Springs to Ocala is r.n.- that
nu-ets with the endorsement of t."
citizens of Orala: and.
Whereas, we v:'.-h to voir.-
trorv'r-ct. f OUITTK nIa! ion of tV.e
river and harbor ;Kt direc t in:: a jr jr-liminary
liminary jr-liminary examination of Si'.ver
T.nn"5 run fr Or ftlu: and.
Wlmrfas. we wi.-h to i.led'e our
surrort to the hoard of engineers in
making this examination.
data and 'securing information
show the advisability of tiie ro-
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION i
Ocala. Fla.. July 5, 11)15.
Th P.-.-trd t.f Public Instruction m
nr.d fnr Mariou county met in sytecial
v('v:;nn v.-i:h a!i rremi-ers T're-ent and
net in" a follow-: C.. S. Scott, chair-,
pan; B. P.. Blitch and J. S. Gran-:
tham. rr.err.bor; a?.d superintendent J.:
I H. Brir.-o;. tcre'ary.
i The tr-tfc- of the Fairfield school
call-. t and dicus-ed the appointment'
collecting of a principal for their school. It!
to i was agreed to Vave out of considera-j
j tioT! all parties who had bef-n preyi- i
!.u-!v tor, -!'orel in connection with!
ment undertaking the proposed con- tv,f. j,ace arHj asl-. the county hoard to i
This is Ocala Week. We found them
so. Clearwater Sun.
Don't rub it in.
While Americans sneer at the Bus
sinns. the Germans who are fighting krown to the people of his state
v nmKP thoir hraverv and skill. Crady done
IMV-ill p J . - ml
A year ago Friday, Austria sent its
ultimatum to Serbia. If it was all to
do over again, its a safe bet the Aus Aus-tnans
tnans Aus-tnans would keep their ultimatums at
Its been over a month since Presi President
dent President Wilson sent his note to Mexican
leaders, saying they must behave.
Has anybody noticed any improve improvement?
ment? improvement? But maybe it was a sixty, or,
more likely, a ninety-day note.
or his own to need to crib from any anybody.
body. anybody. In the second place, he had
better sense than to crib from the
speeches of another Georgian, all of
whose public utterances were well
-uch a thing, he 'would
have been called down, not next cen
tury, but next day.
MUCH INTEREST AMONG
OUR BUSINESS MEN
A special meeting of Congress and
an appropriation of half a billion dol dollars
lars dollars to put America in position to de demand
mand demand its rights instead of beg for
them, would have more effect on Ger Germany
many Germany than all the notes that can be
written between now and doomsday.
rronftd hv the Movement to Cut the
Silver Springs and Ocala
The meeting of the Board of Trade of our national government
Friday night, to discuss the propo-
Whereas, we believe that all
nai'p. development and
values that have been credited to th-
great Oklawaha river project are like
wise equally as creditable to the Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs-Ocala canal. When Ocala
is made the terminus of this river
business it will be of greater impor
tance and a stronger link of competi
tion azainst the railroads entering
Whereas, there is a regular boat
line plying between Jacksonville and
Silver Springs, which is within tae
- i r I l
city limts of oeaia, wnn niuniciiai
docks, now handling a very large por
tion of Ocala's present business; but
with this canal would give this entire
section the benefit of water rates,
which the masses that go to make up
this great commonwealth would be
the ones receiving this at the hands
Whereas, thereis paid annually by
ffill the place as well as pos-ible
tnn- The board now entered upon
. r-.,rl- f, r.rftF.nrin" .1 hudcTet of T)rol'3-
commerciai , :
' the fallowing school year beginning
l.lulv 1. 1015. and ending June 30,
lllo. The following-budget was pre prepared
pared prepared anil presented to the Board of
County Commissioners on the next
To the Honorable Board of County
Commissioners, for Marion County,
Florida: Gentlemen We have the
Vi.t-.i- fn tnVmif ihf f fill O wi n tT IIS a
budget of the necessarv expenses ar.dlpense to the board and it was agreed
the Drobable income of the Hoard of ithat a teacher should be furnished for
Public Instruction of Marion count y
for the school vear beginning Julyl,
11)15 and ending June ."U, 10K,.
CAPITAL anil SURPLUS
We solicit new business with a view
of making it mutually profitable.
Heidtville and proposed that they
would furnish the house without ex
Nearly every paper in Florida has
tried and either convicted or acquit acquitted
ted acquitted Mendenhall. The courts will have
something to say about it later.
If he had a trial before a jury of
newspaper men, he would come
mighty close to receiving an exactly
Gilchrist bids for newspaper sup support
port support by signifying his purpose of
fighting the government monopoly on
printed envelopes in case of his elec election.
tion. election. Is that a sort of bribe?
No, it would be justice.
Things are changing in Florida. We
find three white men sentenced to
hang for the murder of one person.
Time was when they wouldn't hang
one white man for the murder of
three persons in this state. Tampa
They haven't hung the three yet.
Ed Lambright and Albert W. Gil
christ talking about Potiphar's wife.
If that good old lady were alive now
and could see either of these gentle
men she'd be pretty sure to walk in
the strain-lit and narrow path. Zolfo
She'd need to if she met either Ed
The last American note to Ger Germany,
many, Germany, published in full elsewhere, is
about as stiff a document as one na nation
tion nation can send to another without an
open invitation to fight. As it has
behind it only an inadequate -navy, a
shadow of an army and a people soft softened
ened softened by years of peace and indul indulgence,
gence, indulgence, the Star will be surprised if
the Germans pay any more attention
to it than they have to its predecessors.
Terrible Teddy managed to put
over two speeches in one day in
'Frisco. The people of the United
States are so proud of the manner in
winch Woodrow Wilson has handled
the European situation that Roose Roosevelt's
velt's Roosevelt's ravings do not affect them in
the least degree. Tampa Tribune.
Mr. Roosevelt's speeches do. not
Tread like ravings to the Star. He told
some plain truths, and if the Amer American
ican American people do not heed at least a
good part of what he said, they will
It is now claimed that the speech
which Park Trammel is alleged to
have cribbed from Henry W. Grady
was secured by Grady from one of the
great Ben Hill's famous addresses.
Not likely to be anything in the
claim. In the first place, Henry
Grady had too much natural eloquence
has no terrors for the
housekeeper who has her
kitchen equipped with a
GAS RANGE and a
WATER HEATER. The
cooking and cleaning on
Long Hot Days
are made easy with the
help of these ideal ser servants.
vants. servants. LET THEM HELP YOU
Keep your range clean.
A dirty gas range will
make a big gas bill.
Ocalil Gas Company
sition of the Silver Springs and Ocala our citizens in freights the sum o,
canal was well attended the largest, $iS!.r,f.7.7S-0.ono tons; and.
in fact, that has been held for months. Whereas, by the construction of
Mr. J. M. Braxton, the government this canal a saving of about one-half
engineer, who had been sent here by of this amount on all Jacksonville
the war department, gave his opinion freights would be made to our peo peo-in
in peo-in a rather guarded manner. He said pie, and would be the greatest factor
there were no great difficulties in the in the development of our agricultu agricultu-way
way agricultu-way of the work, and it could be ral and other n-sources than any oth oth-quickly
quickly oth-quickly accomplished if the army en- er project or enterprise; and.
gineers recommended it and Congress Whereas, through the Marion .un .unappropriated
appropriated .unappropriated the necessary money. ty board of trade and as part of that
These ifs seem very large ones to organization, we have the Ocala-Sil-the
Star, when it has been so plainly ver Springs canal commission, orsran orsran-nrnrpn
nrnrpn orsran-nrnrpn ibnt it. is. in the first place. Ized In August of 1914, composed of
I ' " 7 - I
. . y-v i i t I a. AK.i..n iitiia! n (rul 1 I t 1 W
as snown ny tne uKiawana river, a eisiu un-iuucin, iw m'"-"""
work of months, if not years, to in- governor, two by the county commis-
duce engineers to make recommenda- sioners, two by the city council and
tions, and that Congress is largely two by the board of trade; an organ organ-made
made organ-made up of men from northern states ization for the purpose of furthering
who generally appropriate all the pub-this project and working in co-opera
lie monev available for their own dis- tion with, and using all honorable cf-
tricts before step-child Florida can fort to secure the aid of our national
obtain a look-in. government in carrying out the con-
There is no great natural difficulty struction of this canal; therefore, be
in the work, though the expense it
would be too great to be met without Resolved, That the Marion county
help from the government. It would board of trade, the Ocala-Silver
involve digging a water level canal Springs canal commission, and the
from the Springs to Ocala, as the citizens of Ocala pledge the securing
springs furnish the only supply of Qf the right of way for the canal and
water available. This, canal, by the fiftv thousand dollars towards its con-
time it reached its Ocala terminal struction by the givernment.
would be about forty feet deep. There Resolved, That the secretary of the
is little doubt that some of these board of trade furnish the chief of
days the government will cut a canal engineers of the war department,
across the Florida peninsula, in wdiich faj0r W. B. Ladue, our senators and
Paso from Silver Snnncrs to Blue I mrvroenntnth-ps rnnies of these res-
Springs would be the most practic- Llutions, properly certified to, as pass
able route. c,i in special meeting, July 23, 1015
The Star is not in the least opti- J together w ith such other data as re-
mistic about this canal, for it knows j quested by Mr. J. M. Braxton, assist
that so many other places that are ant engineer.
after public money have a so much
bigger pull with the government that
it doubts that this, section will be able
to secure the needed assistance any
time in the next ten years.
In the meantime, it is not neces
sarv to wait for a canal. Silver
Springs is only six miles from the
heart of the city, and that is very lit
tie distance over a good road in these
days of auto trucks and auto wagons
We can send and secure freight in
large quantities by the river right
now, if we only improve the oppor
tunities open to us. We have freight
enough to keep a dozen freight boats
going between Silver Springs and
Jacksonville right now if we would
only send and receive it that way.
The best way to secure government
help is to use what we have to the
limit. Army engineers who see only
a few boats going up and down the
river are likely to report that whether
the project of a canal be practical or
not, there is no need for it, in pro proportion
portion proportion to the expense, as Ocala is
not using the river to any great ex extent,
tent, extent, tho its headwaters are inside the
Months ago, Ed Carmichael put a
freight boat on the river, and prac
tically offered to give it to the busi business
ness business men of Ocala if they would raise
money enough to build another. Since
then, Mr. Carmichael has, in the face
of great difficulty, kept the one boat
running, but all the Ocala business
men haven't put on the other boat.
They have investigated and resoluted,
but they haven't done a blanked thing
that amounted to anything. They do
not even give Mr. Carmichael's
freight line half the business they
could give to it.
If we will go to work and send and
receive all the freight possible by our
present facilities, and thereby have at
least half a dozen boats runnin
where only one runs now, the busi business
ness business on the river will increase till
possibly the government will bring
Silver Springs to Ocala. If we
broaden and improve the
Purchase of school lots....?
Salary of Superintendent ..
Expense of Board Members
Teacher's Examinations .
Tuition for County Line
Interest on Old and Current
Interest on-District Bonds.
Interest, Current Warants
to be drawn
Sinking Fund for District
Sinking Fund for Retiring
County Time Warrants..
Attorney's Fees ..
Treasurer's Commission ...
Discount on Funding War
Mr. G. W. Neville called and re requested
quested requested that a pump for Hard Rock
school be put down. It was ordered
to be listed with the other requests
for consideration at the next meet meeting.
ing. meeting. Mr. J. B. DeVore, of the Reddick
trustees, called and discussed their
condition with the loard with refer reference
ence reference to teachers for the coming year.
The trustees of the Capulet school
called and proposed that they be em empowered
powered empowered to proceed to build a new
school house and it was agreed tnat
l.SOO.OO thev should proceed to receive bids
Prncoeds of Countv Levy on
all Taxable Property ?ii,mmi.uii
Cnnntv Balance on Hand.. 4,;-i'.Mn
District Balances on Hand.. 4,5.10.00
Poll Taxes -NOU.UU
District Taxes l;,OUMo
District Bond Levies i:?,583.00
Pmnotion of State School
One Mill State Tax appor
Tuition from County Line
Teacher's Examination Fees
and cro ahead with the building at dis
trict expense for a price not to exceed
S100. It was also agreed that the
county owed the district $.10 upon an
old understanding with reference to
a teacher's salary.
John Harvey, supervisor of Haw
thorne colored school at Citra, called
and made inquiry alout providing
them with a new school house under
the lond issue that had been voted
and he was referred to the Citra trus
tees for an understanding of the matter.
Upon request it was agreed to make
up statements as to the cost of the
new school house at Fellowship and
send to V. B. Totts, the supervising
Henry Butler, supervisor of Hog
Pond colored school, called and made
request that two toilets be furnished
and it was agreed to furnish material
and that the people should build them.
The board adjourned for noon.
Tuesday Afternoon Session
The chairman and secretary called
on the loard of county commissioners
and presented them with their budget
of expenses and income for the com
ing school year and filed with it the
trustee's estimates for the coming
year for all the special tax school
districts in the county with their re requests
quests requests for tax levies for school pur purposes.
poses. purposes. The matter of the railroads not hav having
ing having paid their district taxes was dis discussed
cussed discussed and it was ordered that the
matter should be taken up by the sec secretary
retary secretary with such proper parties as
may be in order to secure the payment
of these taxes
The matter of the sale of the Citra
bonds that had hoen voted and vali
dated by the last legislature was tak taken
en taken up and it was agreed to proceed
to find out their exact legal status
and to sell them to best advantage.
The trustees of the Citra district
We are tie Peope for Vocr
& arc ware
Mclvcr & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
PHONES 47, 101, 303
Total .. $98,000.00
In order to make the necessary
school funds available we respectful respectfully
ly respectfully request your honorable body to or order
der order the tax assessor to assess and the
tax collector to collect funds: On all
the taxable property of Marion coun coun-tv
tv coun-tv for the- ireneral school funds seven
mills making division of assessment
as follows: five mills for general
school expenses and two mills lor in-
a. i :-...vT-,f rf fimp school
warrants issued. On all of the tax- called and discussed with the board
, .,v. of iho follow- the condition of the new building and
iniT UlMMun i' 1"" r . r ..n s. a .U
nn-mont. of intnrest on bonds al-prom iuii .umciii. w lue cyni.uuwr
'"-"". t ..;.i;nr I until oortmn .lpfprts should Ie re
reau i.uv.i h!.iil
lor a sinKing luim iui w.v r- ,
of such bonds. , 1 1 i r nio .n
In Ocala Special Tax bcnooi ins- ...n .f v..
trict No. 1, five mills.
In Dunnellon fcpcciai lax
and FLAT SHEETS
All Forms of Metal
All sizes and Gauges. Prompt
delivery from the largest and most
complete stock in Florida.
FLORIDA METAL PRODUCTS
3630 Evergreen Ave., Jacksonville.
(Continued on Third Page)
n;r?t 'n. 5. five mills.
In Citra Special Tax School Dis District
trict District No. 10, five mills.
On all of the taxable property in
each of the special tax school dis districts
tricts districts of the county for the special
i .i-.i-:- -fiirwla to rkpr the
iaX SCnOUi UISIIW.I j.u.... -" i il m 0 mm 1 T)
itemized estimates by the trustees of Njce of Mother DO Doubt rre-
aid districts, herewitn nieu snowing
the boundaries of said districts and
the rate of millage voted in each dis-
All of the above we respectfully ask
of your honorable body.
Very truly yours,
Board of Public Instruction,
Marion County, Fla.
G. S. Scott, Chairman.
J. H. Brinson, Secretary.
MR. CARPENTER i
WHEN YOU WANT THE BETTER KIND OF TOOLS,
COME TO US. WE WILL NOT ONLY GIVE YOU
BETTER TOOLS, BUT BETTER PRICES."
RIGHT THROUGH OUR STORE, EVERY PIECE OF
HARDWARE IS RELIABLE; AND WE SHAVED THE
PRICES DOWN LOW WHEN WE FIRST MARKED
OUR GOODS. WHEN YOU NEED HARDWARE,
YOU NEED US.
PHONE 1 18,
THE GREATEST HOT WEATHER COMFORT IS THE CHEAPEST
A block of our ice will do more to keep you cool and healthy daring
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.
Ocalsi Ice & PacMejj Co.
vents Daughter's Untimely End.
Sold by the Ocala Lumber and
Go North by Sea
MERCHANTS & MINERS TRANS.CO
New Steamers. Low Fares. Best
service. Wireless telegraph on all
Silver steamers. Through fares and tickets
Springs boulevard, build a dock and to all Northern and Western points.
warehouse at the springs, put more (.an.e rnrri.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
PMdv. Kr. I was not able to do
anvthinf fnr nearly six months." writes
...... r. i
Mrs. Laura uraicner, 01 uiu pwiyc, uu
was down in bed lor three mo n ins.
i rannnt tell vou how 1 suffered with
mv head, and with nervousness and
Minutes of previous meetings were WQmanlv troubles.
then read and approved. Our family doctor told my husband he
The board then aijourneu ior me coujd not do me gy good, and he had
day. to eive it ud. We tried another doctor.
Tuesday's Session but he did not help me.
TWcdnv. Julv f. 101:. I a lie mv mnther advised me to take
. 31 s .
The board met with all present anu CanJui. the woman's tonic. 1 wougni
lit wac nn ue ior 1 was neaiir umu u
Mr. Ceo. W. Turner, one oi tne irus- nothing seemed to QO me any gooa. out
tees of the Pine Ivel sc:iooi, caueu took eleven Doiues, ana now i am auic
. m 1 m 1 mm. Jm mmmm, tmmt mtm. . mm
nnd made request that the scnooi to co ail OI my wor anu mj uwu
v,,wo hnvp the door in the north cios- washing.
- m I mi m
,,! nmi n ,ionr on the south suie open- i think cardui is the best meaictne in
ed. It was agreed that if the trus- jhe WOrld. My weight has increased,
ihnt this would te esi i and I looic the Dicture oi neaiui.
thev could do so from district funds. jj sufef from any of the anmentS
' Messrs. K. W. Ku?h and A. C. alk- -.-rufiar 0 women, cet a bottle ot Cardui
,, nmi-lv Wtpd trustees for the tnrtr,v li.btf k rfanfprous. We know
Mcintosh school caueu ana uim-uvw ,t nelp y0u, ior u nas ncipcu
their school situation with the iara many thousands Ot Otner wea women
TYy-,.ln rofi.Tnmcni ation as xo re-
JULY 26, 1915
GRAND 3-DAY EXCURSION
ATLAIVlTDe AST LOW
STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTII
Round Trip froinm Ocala
VV Cm m CJm
Tickets sold for all regular trains of JULY 2G, 1915.
Children between the ages of 5 and 12 will be sold tickets at One
Half Fare, from all points.
TICKETS LIMITED returning up to and including JULY 20, 1915
Corresponding low rates from all points.
M. R, WILLIAMS, J. G. KIRK LAND,
Ticket Agent, Ocala, Fla. D. P. A., Tampa, FIju
boats on the river, and keep a proces
sion of auto trucks moving between
the business center and the water,
Ocala will be at Silver Springs, and
it will not make much difference
whether we have a canal or not. All
these things we could do at not more
than one-fifth, possibly not more than
one-tenth, the cost of a canal.
Resolutions bv the Board of Trade
The following resolution was pre
pared by Secretary Rooney,- and after
a slight amendment, was passed
Whereas, the plan for a canal from
H. C. AVERY, AGENT
1 n t
rmirs that were needed in the colored
l.itll.lirir nnl 1 1 n flesks.
Tt,n tmctoos o f the Charter Oak
1 di-cussed the ap
pointment of a teacher with the loard
ol to make her an
offer of S"0 per month, or SH0 if she
seniles a first grade certificate.
Mr T v Strickland, one of the
Hei.ltville trustees, called and discuss-
ed conditions of his school ana tne
proposition to change the boundaries
of the district.
Mr. II. II. Ba?t, one of the trustees
nf WVirsdnlo school, called an.l dis
cussed with the board their school sit-
. n.l TTf.f.iL.d repairs. It was
1 tV-it tho trustees should le em-
powered to make such repair.-. a mt-j
fm.l nm.nr' and repaint the house
to be t advantage, the bills to 1 paid
frnm ilKfrict fllTlls.
Mr. T. L. Holly, supervisor of the
MarshviHe school, called and tender-1
ed hi- resignation and recommendel
the appointment f Mr. L. B. Marsh
c V.; c-ir-rei-jor a supervisor which
in the past 50 years.
At all druggists.
nv.7 Chananoora Uedcin Co.. Lmdivt
kAf.sorr DDt- Chananooca. Tenn.. for
lntfm.tini on your c and 64-pa boo. Horn
T i te Irr.mz J. tor Women." in pn wrapper. H.U. 1
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Your Order will have
J. L. SMOAK
At Bmoak's Vjron Shop.
to e commissioned.
tlirrf. were a numl'er or re-
nnet- (" impairs and furniture beincr
rr:n,1o for d-iTerert schools the loard
:- reed to have such reuucsts litel so1
that at the rext meexing the matter
nt.ulA l.o tnVen iin for the county.
Mr. Cocowitch, of Ounntllon called
noil rennes ted that there Ix; a school
furni-hed for the cob. red .eople at his
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.
NEW YORK AND RETURN
Only Direct Line from Jacksonville
Fare includes meals and stateroom berth.
TICKETS NOW ON SALE COOL 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.
WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL ?
THE STATE UNIVERSITY
Highest standards, ranking with the
1 st and P-el Universities of the
North ami East.
37 students lxnt session. Total en enrollment
rollment enrollment tZt. Including mimmtr chooL
Tuition free, excepting 2 I-r r r-me4er
me4er r-me4er for law.
For further Information ft"Una,
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KI.OItlDV STTB COLLEGE FOR
Mi:V, TAI.I.IIAKE. FLA.
Standard the namo as (hose n the
tt ooll-frt) and unirersJUes in th
Mrnl-rn tmildlns and eiulpnert; mil
rnl-rn conveniencps. -
473 ftludent regular trim: 113 wim wim-mer
mer wim-mer t -rni ; total enrollment Jaat e e-sicm
sicm e-sicm 6 i
Tuition free In college OJd normal
For c-atalouge and Informatioa rrie,
EDWAIiD COXUADI, FreiJet.
still n the Dunnellon road near
OCA LA EVT2UNG STAR. SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1913
JBM nil 7""""" ii
POISONED BY JEALOUSY
Edison two-reel Drama, featuring
A HUNCH OF MATCHES
S. & A. Drama, featuring Slippery Slim.
JUST A LOOK AT JAKE
LuFu'ri Comedy, featuring Ethel Clayton and James KaufTman.
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Chocolate CARTER'S Golden
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Pound CAKES Pineapple
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CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00.
State, County and City Depository.
hite Star Line
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HEAVY HAULING DONE
Shippin of Freight,
Pianos, and Safes.
I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone 106)
Thought for the Day
Faith is the heroism and enterprise
of intellect. It is not a passivity, hut
a faculty. It is power, the material of
effect. Faith is winged intellect. The
great workmen of hi.-tory have Keen
. men who l.elieved like giants.
Mr. and Mrs. Green to Entertain
The following invitation issued this
mrirninc in the tr-hnrl nnil oiAfrt rr.n.
j tingent heralds an interesting event
of the coming week:
Mr. and Mrs. Louen Newton Green
Tuesday evening, July twenty-seventh
nineteen hundred and fifteen
Eight thirty o'clock
Miss Mahle Meffert Miss May Hall
Mr. Alfred Green Miss lies Todd
R. S. V. P.
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
Wilhur Smith, who has heen so ill,
is better today.
Miss Annie Davis has returned
from a stay of ten days at her Lake
Mrs. II. C. Groves and Mr. Henry
Groves, who left New York City last
week on a motoring trip to Grand
Rapids, Mich., have reached their des destination
tination destination and cards to friends here
state that they had a most interesting
trip and are anticipating a pleasant
fortnight stay in Grand Rapids. Their
return trip will be made in a new
Miss Gladys Drake will go to Mic Mic-anopy
anopy Mic-anopy tomorrow to visit friends for a
week or ten days.
Mrs. John M. Graham has as her
guest for the summer her sister, Miss
Annie Lee Hull of Jacksonville, and
yesterday's Times-Union contained a
picture of Miss Hull, who is an at attractive
tractive attractive school girl.
Mr. and Mrs-. Gustave Robertson
and the Iatter's sister, Miss Mary
Brooks of Savannah, have returned to
their home at Citra from a visit to
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Robinson in Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. The friends of Mrs. Harvey Clark
will learn with pleasure that she is
convalescing from a recent severe
Mr. C. Frederick Bonawitz of
Brenau College, who was heard in
concert in this city last December,
recently gave successful concerts in
Madison and Lake City.
Mr. Dick Christian of South Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, formerly of the firm of Christian
& Kramer in this city, is visiting at
Lake Weir, the guest of Mr. John
Mrs. J. B. Hayes and Mrs. W. T.
Whitley were guests last week of
Mrs. J. T. Nelson, who has a cottage
for the summer at Oklawaha.
Mrs. Lanier Robertson, who has
been visiting Mrs. Cocowitch for sev several
eral several weeks, has returned to her home
in Ocala. Dunnellon Advocate.
Mrs. S. S. Duval and son Charles,
are now occupying the residence of
Mrs. G. R. McKan on Fort King
avenue, moving from Watula street.
The following from the Dunnellon
Advocate will be read with interest
by the friends of the honoree, who is
a popular Ocala school girl: "Last
Thursdav afternoon Miss Mamie Ruth
Sanders gave a sewing party in
honor of her guest, Miss Dixonia
Roberts. The guests were met at the
front door by Mrs. Sanders, who
served them with ice cold lemonade,
which had been placed amid a bank
of ferns on the front porch. The i prominent Honda ladies leaving
girls then took out their fancy work, Jacksonville on the Lenape this aft aft-each
each aft-each admiring the beauty of thejernoon for New York. They will be
other's work. Then there was a cat met in New York by Mrs. Dale's
contest which was very unique and in interesting.
teresting. interesting. Much lively music was
rendered by some of the guests. A
repast of delicious pinder sandwiches
concluded what all present pro pronounced
nounced pronounced a most delightful afternoon."
J. A. Griffin, popular cashier of the
Exchange National Bank, and fam family,
ily, family, left today for Mountain Home, N.
C, where they will spend some time.
Mr. Griffin is a Marion county boy,
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Griffin of
Mrs. T. J. Byron of Ocala, arrived
yesterday to visit Mrs. J. E. White at
her home on Lackawana avenue.
Bishop H. C. Morrison of Leesburg,
is spending the week-end at the As Assembly
sembly Assembly hotel, Chautauqua Beach. To Tomorrow
morrow Tomorrow he will preach at the morn morning
ing morning service in the First Methodist
church. South, in St. Augustine.
Mrs. J. L. Hinton and Miss Pauline
Hinton have returned to their home
at Sharp's ferry from a visit to Mrs.
M. D. Rich in Palatka.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Taylor motored
to Ocala Tuesday to visit relatives
of Mrs. Taylor. Sanford Herald.
Thursday being the birthday of
Master Karl Henderly, his sister,
Mi-s Irene, entertained the Junior
League in the afternoon. Although J
the weather was bad, several came!
arid all reported a good time. After!
! many interesting games had been'
played, lemonade and cake was serv- i
Miss Fuller Hostess to Auction Club
A dozen congenial young ladies
were auction guests this afternoon of
Miss Eugenia Fuller, the occasion
being the weekly meeting of the
young ladies' auction club. The guests
composed three tables and were Miss Misses
es Misses Annie Davis, Fanny Robinson,
Alice Bullock, Hester Dewey, Hope
Robinson, Adele Bittinger, Mary Bur Bur-ford,
ford, Bur-ford, Mamie Taylor, Rosebud Robin Robinson,
son, Robinson, Annie Atkinson, Mrs. J. B. Hor Hor-rell
rell Hor-rell and Mrs. Harry Walters. The
afternoon with the charming hostess
was delightfully informal. The club
prize was two embroidered towels
and to the visitor scoring highest
was given two dainty handkerchiefs.
Following the games a delicious fruit
salad course was served, the hostess
sister. Miss Annie Benton Fuller, as assisting
sisting assisting in serving.
Mrs. Augustus Dreka and children
left the first of the week for Atlanta,
where they will visit the sisters of
Mrs. Dreka until fall. DeLand Re
Mrs. F. M. Chalker and daughter.
Miss Maude Chalker, have returned
from a visit of several weeks at Punta
Mrs. II. W. Tucker, who recently
underwent an operation at the hospit hospital,
al, hospital, for appendicitis, will be able to re return
turn return home next week, probably on
Mr. anil Mrs. Eli A. Osborn, have
as their guests for a -day or two Mr.
and Mrs. Neil G. Wade Jr., and son
Master N. G. Wade III, of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, who arrived this afternoon in
their car from a visit to relatives at
Montbrook and Trenton. Mr. Wade
has extensive property interests at
Trenton and with his family will move
there in the near future.
Mrs. M. C. Julian and grandson,
Dempsy Mayo Jr., are in Atlanta, the
guests of relatives. Next week Mrs.
Juhan will be joined by her daughter,
Mrs. D. B. Mayo, and little Misses
Mary and Martha Mayo.
Miss Wenona Kelsey, of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. R.
T. Weaver, arriving yesterday from
Inverness, where she visited another
aunt, Mrs. I. G. Singleton.
Miss Lois Dame, who has been a
tonsilitis patient at the hospital since
Monday, returned home yesterday. In
ten days Miss Dame will return to the
hospital to have her tonsils removed.
Mr. W. E. McAruthur, of Mont Montbrook,
brook, Montbrook, and Mr. Eli A. Osborn re returned
turned returned yesterday from a motoring
trip to Tampa and other south Flori Florida
da Florida points. Mrs. McArthur, who has
been visiting Mrs. Osborn accompan-
ed her husband home last night.
Miss Mary Kate Davidson of At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, who has been a lovely visitor
to Ocala twice, is now at Rochester,
Wis., under the care of Mayo Bros.
She has undergone two eye and
Mr. and Mrs. Hector Wade of Tren Trenton,
ton, Trenton, has friends and relatives in Ocala
who will be interested to learn of the
arrival of a little daughter at their
Mrs. W. M. Dale and daughter,
Mrs. W. B. Taylor and Miss Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Taylor of Gainesville, were
brother-in-law, Mr. Lowery Dale, who
has a studio in that city.
Miss Marguerite Porter expects to
leave, Thursday for North Carolina to
remain until fall. She will go direct directly
ly directly to Hendersonville, thence to Roxby
camp for girls sixteen miles from
Hendersonville for a stay of a month,
later visiting Asheville and in all
probability, Galbraith Springs, Tenn.
St. Margaret's Guild will hold a sil
r l i
ver tea Monday afternoon at the resi residence
dence residence of Mrs. F. T. Schreiler, be be-rween
rween be-rween the hours of 4:30 and 0 o'clock.
Use Nyal's iamiiy remedies. All
good good for all. Scld by Annex
Drug Store. lC-tf
Another fresh shipment of Triola
sweets just in at Gerig's. tf.
E. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
Our success depends on the success of the community.
We invite any one who needs the service of a strong hanking institution
to call and talk over their plans with us.
The Ocala National Bank
Capital and Surplus $90,000
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
(Continued from 2nd Page)
and left deeds and abstracts of title
to the old Ocala high school building
that is now being used as a county
dormitory and suggested the willing willingness
ness willingness of the proper parties to make a
deed directly to the county for same.
The following accounts were order ordered
ed ordered paid from county funds: Marion
Hardware Company, for payment on
account of Fessenden Academy for
supplies, $72.89; U. P. Davis, for ser service
vice service on grading committee, $17.00;
E. II. Miller, for same, $10.00; Mrs.
II. S. Wesson, for same, $12; Miss
Minnie L. Carlisle, for same, $10; B.
R. Blitch for conducting teacher's ex examination,
amination, examination, $11.20; M. D. Pierce, for
same, $8; Miss Nellie Stevens, for
same, $10; Munroe & Chambliss Nat National
ional National Bank, for redemption of Pedro
district warrants, $177.04; A. B. Rou
estate, for redemption of Ocala dis district
trict district warrant No. 010. $S00 for which
Ocala district warrant in favor of
county was drawn; P. D. O'Dell for
settlement on Ocala contracts, $200;
G. S. Scott, for time and mileage for
special meeting, $4; B. R. Blitch for
same, $7.20; J. S. Grantham, for
same, $7.80; G. S. Scott for time and
mileage at regular meeting, $12; B.
R. Blitch, for same, $15.20; J. S. Gran Grantham,
tham, Grantham, for same, $15.80; J. II. Brinson.
for salary, $150; II. W. Tucker, for
wiring Citra building for electric
lights. $103; C. M. Davis, for tower
and tank at Citra building, $230.50;
J. II. Brinson, for postage and sundry
office expenses, $13.14; John M. Gra Graham,
ham, Graham, for treasurer's commission,
$93.05; Mrs. Caroline Moorhead, for
salary as demonstration agent, $37.50;
Albert Merhle, for fixing desks at
Orange Springs, $2; II. B. Masters
Co., for domestic science supplies,
$13.05; Gainesville Planing & Coffin
Co., for brick and lumber for Blaze
Pond colored school building, $50.07;
Ocala Star for envelopes for office use
$11.2;: Ocala Star for minutes for
June, $2.50; P. II. Nugent, for record
ing deed, $1; Southern Desk Co., for
liquid slating, $0.80; Ocala Telephone
Co., for service, $4.18; Commercial
Bank for interest on county school
warrants, $570.12; W. II. Marsh, for
domestic science supplies, $2.45; Im Imperial
perial Imperial Steam Laundry for laundry for
domestic science department, $.77;
Christian & Dickson for chair for
Mcintosh, $1.25; The Murray Co., for
office supplies $.85; Ocala Banner for
minutes for June, $2.50; Ocala Banner
for examination notice, $4.50; Oval &
Koster for diplomas, $8.10; D. R.
Zetrouer, for freight on desks for
Shiloh, $.40; Ocala Star for examina examination
tion examination notices and minutes for June
$7.50; W. B. Dye, for office help, $18;
Elizabeth Thomas, for office help, $03;
John M. Graham, for coupons for in
terest, $.ii0; same for interest of fund
ing warrants, $390; Mrs. O. L. Bach-
elder, for interest, $52.50; W. J. Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, for interest, $43.75; Mrs. R.
L. Goodbred, for interest, $20.17; W.
B. Dye, for office help, $12; teachers
The following were ordered paid
from district funds: On Ocala, the
Board of Public Instruction for Ma Marion
rion Marion county for balance due to date
from district to county $1832.85; A.
B. Rou estate, interest on warrant No.
010, $45; Board of Public Instruction
of Marion County for redemption of
warrant No. G10. $800; W. T. Gary
for incidentals, $15.32; same for in incidentals,
cidentals, incidentals, $9904; Commercial Bank
for interest, $7.05; John M. Graham,
for treasurer's commission, $20.02;
John M. Graham for commission on
lond interest and -sinking fund, $14.00.
On Mcintosh, John M. Graham for
treasurer's commission. $2.08. On
each of the following districts to John
M. Graham for treasurer's commis commission:
sion: commission: Belleview $2.02, Fantville $.32,
Dunnellon $11.20, Reddick $2.20, Pine
Level $1.28, Mayville $.28, Weirsdale
$1.80, Citra $2.08, Griner Farm $.83,
Buck Pond $1.80. -Span $.74, Cand Candler
ler Candler $.88, Fellowship $1.47, Electra
$.25, Blitchton $1.30, Martel $.50,
Fort King, $.52, Capulet $.42, Linadale
$.71, Cotton Plant $.48, Orange Lake
$1.00, Oak Hill $.44, Moss Bluff $.37,
Fairfield $1.51, Cottage Hill $-33,
Charter Oak $-37, Pedro $1.00, Ken Ken-drick
drick Ken-drick $1.04, Oklawaha $.80. Heidtville
$1.40, Pleasant Hill $.08, Fort McCoy
$1.05, Anthony $1.10, Summerfield
$1.47, Homeland $.40, Shiloh $.58.
On Dunnellon to Commercial Bank for
interest, $1.85; G. W. Neville, for in incidentals,
cidentals, incidentals, $41.05; Dunnellon Supply
Co., for sundry supplies, $IK.OO; John
M. Graham for commission on bond
interest and sinking fund, $0.53;
John M. Graham on bond interest and
sinking fund for interest coupons,
$000. On Reddick, to Commercial
Bank for refund of this amount of
No. 341, $250; to same for balance on
No. 341, $38.75; same for interest on
No. 341, $17.33. On Citra, for teach teacher's
er's teacher's salaries, $200; Commercial Bank
for interest, $2; Ocala Star for elec election
tion election notice, $0; Ocala Banner for
same, $0; Taylor Printing Co., for bal ballots
lots ballots for election, $1.50; John M. Gra Graham
ham Graham for commission on bond interest
and sinking fund. $1.40. On Buck
Pond to Taylor Printing Co., for bal ballots
lots ballots for election, $1.50; Marion Coun County
ty County Advocate for election notices, $5.25.
On Span- to Commercial Bank for in interest,
terest, interest, $1-37. On Candler to J. N.
Marshal for sundry repairs, $8.00. On
Martel to I.aura Kemp duplicate for
warrant No. 100, $50; Laura Kemp
for sundry expenses, $1.80. On Fair Fairfield
field Fairfield to Commercial Bank for interest
$1.02. On Kendrick to J. J. Guthery,
for expenses for Mt. Tabor school,
$5.80. On Oklawaha to Union School
Furnishing Co., for contract of April
12. $40.05, one payable July 1, 1010,
$40.05 and one payable July 1, 1017,
for $40.05. On Heidtville to W. T.
Strickland for repairs on school house
Wednesday Morning Session
A committee from the colored sum-
I The Baseball Team
Is Going to Clearwater
hut that is no reason you should
not drink the greatest of all
in bottles 5 Cents
There is Nothing Else Quite so Good.
Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works
Premier Carrier of the South
TUESDAY, JULY 27, 1915
ROUND TRIP RATES FROM
ATLANTA $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 train within limit.
Excursion train will leave Jacksonville for Macon and Atlanta 9:SP
a. m. and for Columbia 9:40 a. JULY 27lh.
Through coaches and pullman service. Special trains.
City Ticket Office Cor. Forsythe andllogan Sts. JacksonTille, Fla.
Phone Nos. HELL 743 and 4011 AUTOMATIC M 1743
F. B. PINSON. T. P. A. .;. G. R. PETTIT, D. P. A
Tampa, Florida. Jacksonville, Florida.
ROUND TRIP FROM
ALL POINTS I JET WEEN
OCALA AND TAM
Leave Ocala, 7:00 a. m.
Leave Santos, 7:lGa.m.
Ieave IJelleview 7:23 a.m.
Leave Summerfield, 7:32 a.m.
Returning Leave Tampa
Tickets good on special train only. Special coaches for white and colored.
SEE YOUR TICKET AGENT
G. Z. PHILLIPS, A. G. P. A,
mer school at Howard Academy called
and requested help from the board in
furnishing an instructor hut same was
declined for this Keason.
The board agreed to lrrow $2.V0
from Mr. W. J. Edwards on a county
coupon warrant on August 1.
The situation- at Fessenden Acad Academy
emy Academy was discussed and the matter of
making an appropriation for the com coming
ing coming year was considered and it was
agreed that the relations with the
American Missionary Association
would le Fevered and only such ap appropriations
propriations appropriations made as may be neces necessary
sary necessary to ojerate an ordinary colored
school in the community..
The treasurer's report was present presented
ed presented and checked over and found to be
apparently correct. It showed re- i expect me to live; that I had best tele tele-ceints
ceints tele-ceints for the month $1 1'J..20. Dis-1 graph for my family. Instead of doing:
bursements. $'.171M3. Balance $2,-
115.77. The following sinking fund
and interest balances were shown for
Ocala ?3S 17.01; for Dunnellon $1,037. $1,037.-05;
05; $1,037.-05; Citra $305.73. Total $511).42.
The following district balances were
shown: Ocala $58.20, Mcintosh $82. $82.-0,
0, $82.-0, IJelleview $72.'X, Fantville $03. $03.-33,
33, $03.-33, Dunnellon $23.49, Reddick $17.22,
Pine Ivel $2C2.35, Mayville $80.75,
Weirsdale $r,ir2.fc:, Citra $4.00, Grin Griner
er Griner Farm $10.00, Ruck Pond $71.8,
Sparr $1.50, Candler $454.40, Fellow Fellowship
ship Fellowship $2.14. Electra $49.03, Blitchton
$17.10, Martel $340, Fort King $70. $70.-44,
44, $70.-44, Capulet $2H0.81, Linadale $223. $223.-03.
03. $223.-03. Cotton Plant $211.55, Orange
Ike $112.30, Oak Hill $39.02. Moss
Bluff $13.08, Fairfield $15.33, Cottage
Hill $09.31. Charter Oak $340.0,0,
Pedro $40.81. Kendrick 13.23, Oklawa Oklawaha
ha Oklawaha $147.30. Heidtville $340.49, Pleas Pleasant
ant Pleasant Hill $71.53, Fort McCoy $41.21,
Anthony $123.31, Summerfield $9.69,
This is our
Manufactured for the pressing of
Palm Ttna.l. .. J T 1. O T-
mv civi oM-am, it izan not scorcn
rhe Pressure being: direct, not sliding.
- r or tear, iau ana sec
It do the work.
Ocala Steam Laundry
Phone 101 402-404 South Main St.
Leave Dallas 7:38 a.m.
Ieave Oxford 7:45a.m.
Leave Wildwood, 7:54 a.m.
Leave Coleman 8:04 a.m.
at rAH) p. m. tne same clay.
JOHN BOISSEAU, C. T. A-,
Homeland, deficit $21.79, Shiloh $1.01.
Mrs. Itolerts, matron of the dormi dormitory,
tory, dormitory, called and discussed the policy
of the dormitory with the board and
the advertising of it and it was agreed
that a circular letter should be pre prepared
pared prepared and newspaper notices given.
No further business appearing be before
fore before the loard adjournment was taken
the loard to meet in "regular session
on Tuesday, Aueust 3, 1915.
J. H. Brinson, Sec'y
Traveling Man' 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 C p. m. without giving me any
relief and then told me they am not
so, 1 gave tne notei porter niiy cent
and told him to buy me a bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, and take no sub
stitute. 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
flopping 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.
OCALA SEED STORE
A full line of Corn, Oats, Bran,
Short?, Hay and Mr'asses feeds. 65tf
For plumbing and electrical work
see II. W. Tucker Phone 200
OCALA EVENING STAR SATURDAY. JULY 21. 1913
K. of P. meet Monday night.
JkL JLi (iIILIliAl
Elks meet Tuesday evening.
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.
Council meets Tuesday evening.
Board of Trade meets Thursday e
i I :
You have mosquitos? We have the
chaser. Court Pharmacy. C,t.
(fur intention is to rid ourselves of every thing worn by men. This sale began last week and will continue for at
least another month. The time to buy is now while the stocks are unbroken. We must sell out our entire
stock. We have made the Greatest Reductions in MEN'S CLOTHING. Come to this sale and see how we have
raised the value of a dollar during these hard times.
Many Ocalans are talking a''
taking in the A. C. L. excursion
Jacksonville next Monday.
Try one of tr.ose frosted
Pabst's Elue Ribbon at Johnny's.
Some of our subscribers have on'y
one more week in which to read the
Daily Star unless they "liquidate" at
least a portion of past due accounts.
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open nignt
and day. Merchant's Cafe. tf
Miss Hester Dewey left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for Lake Weir where she will be
the week-end guest of Mrs. Louis It.
Chazal at Woodmar.
A full line of loose leaf ledgers,
note books and memorandums al always
ways always on hand at Gerig's. tf
Look at the weeds in your neigh neighbor's
bor's neighbor's back yard and make a few in inaudible
audible inaudible comments. Then look at your
own and see if its any improvement
SEE THE f'AKM on trie Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegets jles, milk and eggs, tf
Mr. Charlie Rodoff the seafood man
is increasing his orders almost daily
to supply his growing trade.
Mr Allan Rogers and two children
of Shady are spending the day in the
city with friends.
; t -.,
On Saturday and Monday, 1G
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
The county commissioners, acting
as an equalization board, contemplate
finishing up with the assessment roll
this afternoon. The present session
has been the most thorough over overhauling
hauling overhauling of these records for many
Talk about your Georgia peaches
Mr. D. S. Welch this afternoon show showed
ed showed a Star reporter two specimens of
the fruit that would be hard to beat
anywhere. They were a couple of
clearstones, grown on a tree in the
yard of her home in North Ocala by
Mrs. II. G. McDavid. One of the
peaches weighed 7U ounces, the other
6. Mr. Welch ate one of the fruits
and the Star the other, and they
agreed they had seldom tasted peach peaches
es peaches of finer flavor.
UST 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
in this sale at
Men's 50c Belts in
Men's 25c Belts in
this sale at
Men's 50c Suspend
ers in this sale
Men's 25c Suspend-1 Qp
ers in this sale U
Men's 15c Suspend-1 Hp
Men's 50c Night
50c Elastic Seam
Men's 2-piece Bath-1 Qp
ing Suits at 13"
We have reduced all of
our new straw hats,
the $1.50 to
$3 grades to
Other Straw Hats
as low as
Men's and Boy's
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 30U
$3.00 Grades can
be bought for
$18 Suits, strictly hand tailored, several
styles all wool
olo Suits, hand tailored, assorted materiaisTQ QC
stitched fronts at OuauJ
$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 QQn
sold up to $3 at uOb
Everypair ol pants In the store reduced.
Nothing at all will be
charged to any one at
this sale. All goods will
he sold for cash.
Heavy 50c Work QQp
Shirts at. .-.,-OuU
Light Blue Cham- OQp
bray work shirts
$1 Overalls, Head-OOp
light, and others 0U
75c Overalls, as- COp
sorted makes.. 0O
50c Overalls, only OQp
a lew left
MEN'S PALM BEACH SUITS
We have only been selling he GENUINE PALM BEACH cloth
Suits all this season. Our prices have been $6.50. $7 and $7.50
You can now have your choice of various styles and materials at
ALTERATIONS MADE FREE
All 50c Athletic Under Underwear,
wear, Underwear, including B. V.
D. and other best
makes will go 0"7p
at, per garment 0 1 U
Men's $1 Union 7 En
Suits at lub
50c grades Balbrig-07p
gan underwear O U
25c grades, Men's IQp
Underwear at wU
Special lot Men's 2-piece
Bathing Suits to1Qn
go at I Sir
$1 Dress Shirts,
, leading makes
75c Dress Shirts
50c Dress Shirts
The above includes all
styles softand laundered
WHERE YOU WILL SET
10c Grades assort- "7p
ed colors at only
15c Grades assort- Iflp
ed colors at IIN
25c Grades assort- 1 Op
ed colors at Ou
50c Grades assort assorted
ed assorted colors at
These unusual bar bargains
gains bargains can't be beat.
One big lot Men's
One big lot Men's
25c Ties at
Better 50c ties to
Faris or. Boston
Nothing all will be
charged to any one at
this sale. All goods will
be sold for cash.
The second episode of "The Dia Diamond
mond Diamond from the Sky," at the Temple
last night, greatly increased interest
in that picture story, which is the
best seen here yet. It was added to hy
Mr. Lucas's song, which fitted the
subject. Tonight the Temple will
have four subjects and five reels, a
full sized Saturday evening show.
A number of Hawaiian records just
received at the Book Shop. Several
new numbers. 'St
The Book Shop has on display fifty
different styles and sizes of Japanese
baskets. Prices arc moderate. 3t
"THE SEA FOOD 3IAN"
Devilled Crabs a Specialty.
OCALA BOYS AT OAK
OF EXCEPTIONAL INTEREST
The second Ocala baseball team i Meetinfr and Social of Fort
went out to Oak this afternoon for a j Camp Friday Evening
game with the team at that place. 1 r
fo For the Fort King Camp of Wood-
T, A. nr men to have an interesting session is
Have you tried those delicious Max- rt
ixe cherries? 50 cents per pound, at nothing unusual, but the one held last
Gerig's. tf. evening at the forest was one of ex
ceptional interest and merit.
Invitations had been issued to the
public to attend this entertainment,
which took place in the early part of
the evening before the regular ses session
sion session of the camp.
Past Consu1 Fre! Burden was
chairman of the entertainment com committee
mittee committee and arangeJ a Fplendid pro-
j gram for the orcasion, which was
Mr. J. E. T. Gaskins, one of the
Star's valued friends from the Shady
section, was among the callers at this
office today. To prove that his heart
beat in the usual manner he left sev several
eral several tokens of good will in the sr.ape
of coin of the realm.
We will sell to the consumer until
September 1st l-LUUK, both plain cnrrj0d out to the Jtter as follows:
J YjTcTn ttv' qUSXnity Overture Orchestra
THE FINEST QUALITY at cost, so Opening Ode ..Woodmen
that we may establish these goods, p,,,,: n,ni.
m A'ttft't.aVIs VjIIVI
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
firmly on the
Mr. E. T. Helvenston and his son
and heir are making most elaborate
preparation to catch fish when the
Helvenston family goes on its vaca vacation
tion vacation to Daytona in August. Mr. Hel Helvenston
venston Helvenston has arranged an elaborate
apparatus and is taking drydock les lessons
sons lessons from Judge Warner. Master Ed Edward
ward Edward gives the plans his interest and
Don't fail to ask us about our speci special
al special price on stationery. The Court
A new line of high grade stationery
in all the latest styles and cuts at
The Book Shop is offering two thou thousand
sand thousand copies of high grade standard
and classical and shet music at .r
cents per enpy. All printed from new
j plates. Ct
Norris famous candies never failed
to satisfy. To be had only at the
Court Pharmacy. Ct.
ROLLINS COLLEGE, WINTER PARK
Oldest College and Most Beautiful Campus in Florida College, Academy,
Music, Expression, Fine Arts, Domestic and Industrial Arts, Bus Business,
iness, Business, Teachers Course
Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection, fine gym gymnasium,
nasium, gymnasium, no malaria, quarter-million dollar endowment. Three teachers of
music,' $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb
new rooms for Business School, full banking equipment. New chemical
and physical laboratories, equipped with every modern device; analysis of
soils, fertilizers, foods, water, preparation for Engineering Course. Lakes,
boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, basketball; Christian but unde undenominational;
nominational; undenominational; expenses moderate; scholarships available. For catalogue
address, SECRETARY, Winter Park, Fla.
On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dol-eash.
eash. dol-eash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
lar's worth of other groceries, for
The photo-drama of Creation was
seen and heard by a house full of or orderly
derly orderly citizens of Ocala at Yonge's
hall last night. The drama was a
grand success, its object being that of
Bible instruction. The Associate
Bible students extend a cordial invi invitation
tation invitation to all truth-loving people of
Ocala to attend the drama this eve evening
ning evening and tomorrow evening.
Capt. C. H. McDonald, playground
director for the city of Jacksonville,
and a brother of Mr. Jas. D. McDon McDonald
ald McDonald of this city, has been appointed
by Governor Trammell an associate associate-probation
probation associate-probation officer for Duval county.
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
. Ef-ort Charles Leitner
Past Consul Little
Song. Closing ihlc Woodmen
While each number on the program
was well rendered, the address of
Sovereign Little was probably the
mort interesting. He delivered a
veil prepared talk on the history of
the order and brought out in a clear
np.rncr the story of Joseph upon
wlvch is baed the fraternal feature
cf the order.
After the literary program had been
completed Mr. Burden announced that
refreshments would le served by the
committee and their assistants. This
-onsi-ted of cike, ice cream, lemon lemonade
ade lemonade and fruit punch. The committee
wa ascited in serving by a number
of the young lady guests.
The regular meeting of the camp
wert into section about :no. and dis dispatched
patched dispatched a great deal of business in a
short erace of time. Dr. E. G. Peek
was elected enrnr physician instead
of Dr. John M. Thompson, deceased.
"Three hurdred members" is now
the, slogan of Fort King Camp, and
with the asitnnce of Sovereign J. W.
Lamar, who is now recruiting the
ranks, it will not be long in realizing
its ambitions. Fourteen applications
were favorably acted upon at last
Fort King Camp is a live one and
the members who fail to attend the
semi-monthly sessions are missing a
The initial social event of next
wetk will be a silver tea nt the home
of Mrs. F. T. Schrciber, frem 1 to C
o'clock Monday by St. Margaret's
Guild of Grace church. The tea will be
(Rev. J. M. Gross, Pastor)
9:30 a. m. Sunday School.
11 a. m. Preaching.
I p. m. Junior League.
4 p. m. Senior League.
7:4." p. m. Preaching.
All cordially invited. Strangers
East Broadway Church
Disciples of Christ
(Roy B. Bowers, Minister)
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
Dr. R. T. Weaver, superintendent.
11a. m. Sermon.
"The Apostle's Creed; iv I Believe
in the Holy Catholic church."
No evening service.
m m m
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Preaching.
7 p. m. B. Y. P. U.
7:45 p. m. Evening service.
Col. R. F. Rogers will preach at the
Baptist church Sunday morning at 11
o'clock. Everybody is cordially in invited
vited invited to attend the service.
BAD TASTE AND
Is In evidence when you wear a soiled Palm Beach suit,
pared to clean them on short notice at a reasonable
f ore. there's. no ;need tor "wearing them in a soiled condition. We
clean and press them entirely by hand, doing away with the hard
wear caused, by machinery. Only soft water used. Call phone 21 and
let us show you how neatly we can clean your suit.
RRIAL STEflt LAlliRY
We are pre-
in EN DRICK W. C. T. U.
Kendrick, Fla., July 23, 1915.
On account of the absence of the
president, Mrs. J. B. Webb, the reg regular
ular regular meeting of the Kendrick Union
on July 27th has leen postponed.
Julia H. Webb, Press Supt
There was a gold medal contest in
the Methodist church at Weirsdale
last night. The following contestants
took part: Misses Maryela Bray and
Lettie Curry of Ocala; Amanda Spen Spencer
cer Spencer of Zuler, and Mr. Lester Wilson
of Griner Farm. Lester Wilson won
the medal on the recitation: Young
America's War Cry. The judges were
II. II. Rast, Mrs. A. M. Reed and Mrs.
S. A. McCook. The Weirsdale W. C.
T. U. furnished a most delicious sup supper
per supper for their hungry visitors. This
was served at the church, as it rain rained
ed rained too much to have it in the park,
like they had planned. Mrs. C. H.
Shaw of Zuler recited the comic fran franchise
chise franchise selection entitled: Backbone.
Great bunches of the most beautiful
roses were presented to each speaker
who did not receive the medal.
a cordial invitation is
On the night of August Oth, there
will be a grand gold medal contest
held in Ocala. No one can compete
in this except those who already have
won gold medals. This promises to be
very interesting and to add to its at attractiveness,
tractiveness, attractiveness, the state president of
the W. C. T. U. will be with us and
general public to at- encourage us with a short talk.
Beauty More Than SkinvDeep
A beautiful woman always has good
digestion. If your digestion is faulty,
Chamberlain's Tablets will do you
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COME TO THE SUSSniNE CITY
If you want to keep cool and take a
plunge in the bay. You will find good
rooms and loard at $5 per week at
820 Central avenue, St. Petersburg,
Fla. Mrs. L. P. Butler. 25-tf
Desperate Fighting Going on at the
Mitylene, July 24. The Allies have
captured several Turkish trenches in
the Alchbaba region. The Turks lost
heavily -rin killed, wounded and pris prisoners
oners prisoners capturea.
From the Experience of Ocala People
We are fortunate indeed to be able
to profit by the experience of our
neighbors. The public utterances of
Ocala residents on the following sub subject
ject subject will interest and benefit many
of our readers. Read the statement.
No better proof can be had.
Mrs. S. E. Fraser, 104 Fifth St..
Ocala, says: "I have used Dona's
Kidney Pills and they have always
given the uest of satisfaction. When
my kidneys got out of order. I was
so dizzy that I couldn't straighten.
At times I couldn't get about, owing
to rheumatic pain across the small
of my backl had other kidney troubles
as well. I used Doan's Kidney Pills
and they brought me immediate re relief."
lief." relief." Price C0c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mrs. Fraser had. Foter-MIlburn
Co., Props, Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 10
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
WANTED. LOST. FOUND, FOR
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ILAU SI5I-ILAU LOCAL NEEDS
FOR RENT A six room bungalow
with all modern conveniences on Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha avenue, formerly occupied by
Mr. Howard Clark. Phone "383 or
call on Mrs. O. T. Green. 24-Ct
WANTED Local managers wanted
for new invention. Sell3 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 9Z8,
Tampa, FlonVa. 25-lt
FOR RENT Two six-room cottage
with all modern conveniences; well
located. Apply to Mrs. IL L. Car-
LOST A. K. A. fraternity pin Sat Saturday
urday Saturday morning either on Oklawalia
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 nicely
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
oousek?eping. Inquire at the Co Cole
le Cole niaL 7-tf
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
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"Last winter I used Chamberlain's
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ROOMS AND BOARD Large
rooms with board at special sum-
- mer rates.. Mrs. M. E. Errin, at
Carlton He use. 19-1 mo.
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"About two years ago I had a se severe
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Buford, N. D. "I became so weak thit
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