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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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ASSOCIATED
PRESS
SERVICE

VOL. 21. OCALA, FLOJtlDA. TUKSI)AY? JULY 27, 1915 NO. 176
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE

In Spite of a Terrific Hammering, Gallant Rus:
sians Hold Their Own

IF AUSTRO-GERMAHS TAKE
London, July 27. The magnitudes
of the German enveloping movement!
in the eastern fields is absorbing
British attention. The latest reports
show that- General von Buolow's thir thirty
ty thirty thousand cavalry, turned south southward
ward southward from Riga, are within eighty
miles of the Petrograd and Warsaw
railroad. Then the northern Poland
army is closing in on the main north northern
ern northern railway artery of the Russian
capital. The southern armies are sim similarly
ilarly similarly approaching the southern artery
to Odessa.
The London Daily Times declares
there is no parallel in this movement
and believes it endangers the whole
system of railway defenses of which
Warsaw is the center. Tt is apparent
the Germans are planning to envelope

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Times points out that the fall of
Warsaw would mean the Russian
power to resume a successful offen offensive
sive offensive would be indefinitely postponed.
Today's Petrograd official report de declares
clares declares the Germans were thrown back
one point on Narew. This is some
relief to London, as military observers
hold that the final results depend
largely on Russia prolonging resis resistance
tance resistance until winter.
Reports from other fields, except
the Italian front, where the Italians
claim to have taken 1(1,1)00 prisoners,
thow comparative inactivity.
A THIRD OF A MILLION
London, July 28. British casual casualties
ties casualties in all branches of the army and
navy total three hundred and thirty
thousand, nine hundred and ninety ninety-five,
five, ninety-five, according to the printed state statement
ment statement issued by Premier Asquith to
day.
AFTER SMALL GAME
German submarines suddenly ap appeared
peared appeared today among the fishing fleet
off the north shore of Scotland and
sunk nine trawlers.
ITALIAN PORTS SHOT UP
Rome, July 28. Austrian warships
at dawn bombarded several points be between
tween between Sanigallia and Pesaro.
BURNING BOATS IN A BUNCH
Amsterdam, July 28. The Norwe Norwegian
gian Norwegian schooner Harbee was set on fire
Sunday by a German submarine. The
crew of the Harbee was given five
minutes in which to leave the boat,
and landed here. The captain says
he saw three other schooners afire,
add investigating accident
BRIEF RESPITE
FOR BECKER
FORD PUTS OFF THE EXECU EXECUTION
TION EXECUTION UNTIL FRIDAY
New York, July 27. Supreme
Court Justice Ford yesterday, after
hearing the arguments on the applica application
tion application of Charles Becker, who is sen sentenced
tenced sentenced to die Wednesday for the mur murder
der murder of Herman Rosenthal, for a new
trial, reserved his decision and gave
the counsel until today to file briefs.
The justice announced that he
would decide the case as quickly as
possible, perhaps today.
Later Justice Ford requested more
time- to consider Becker's application
and Becker's execution was postponed
until Friday.
SEVEN KILLED IN AN
ILLINOIS MINE EXPLOSION
(Associated Tress)
Christopher, Ills., July 28. Seven
known dead and eight badly burned
is the result of an explosion of gas
in Moderwell mine No. 1.

tne wnoie uussian lorce nere. ine,form tho fetleral investigation of the

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WARSAW, THEY PARALYZE ENTIRE WESTERN SIDE OF
CZAR'S EMPIRE

(Assoc ialcd Tress)
KVFSTIU BF
M.AGUT
THAT COST A THOUSAND LIVES
WHEN THE EASTLAND
TURNED OVER
(Associated Press",
Chicago, .Tuly With the arrival
in Chicago of Secretary Redfield, of
the department of .commerce, steps
ate being taken to determine what
Eastland disaster shall take. Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Redfield is expected to carry out
his investigations independent of the
federal inspection service.
Eight investigations have been
started or are in contemplation. The'
governor of Illinois has been asked to
assemble the legislature.
Until the Eastland is raised the
death list cannot be definitely learned.
Late estimates place the number of
dead between 1000 and 1200. State
Attorney, this morning, said there
were over 2700 on the vessel. He has
the stubs of approximately 2."r0
tickets taken at the gangway. No
children under five were counted, and
children between five and twelve were
counted as two to on ticket. There
were many of these aboard.
TOTAL IS TWELVE HUNDRED
AND TWENTY
The latest figures given out
cate that the number of dead
missing is 1220.
indi indi-and
and indi-and LIE. IEI;
CAPITAL CITY OF A GREAT
STATE IN THE HANDS OF A
RECEIVER
(Associated Pre.-a)
Nashville, Tenn., July 28. Robert
Vaughn, master in chancery, today
was appointed receiver for Nashville,
by Chancellor Allison. Soon after afterward
ward afterward Circuit Jude Matthews sus suspended
pended suspended Mayor Howso Commissioners
Elliott and Andrews, under Tennes Tennessee's
see's Tennessee's new ouster law. This action is
the result of an investigation of
charges of irregularities and the in indictment
dictment indictment of the comptroller and treas treasurer,
urer, treasurer, following til? disappearance of
the ctmptrorei's records.
City Tras-irer Meyers was also
ousted.
L A YON
NE STRIKE
I EE.MS TO BE BROKEN
Fifteen
li'fil .!' Keturneu
to
Work this Morning
( Associate. Pre:?--)
iew
loik, July 28. About 1..WJ
:k, Jvdv 2S. About
strikers returned to work at the Stan Standard
dard Standard and Tidewater oil plants at Bay Bay-onne,
onne, Bay-onne, today. Mayor Garvin and Sher Sheriff
iff Sheriff Qinkead declared ail would return
tomorrow. The guards will be re removed
moved removed today. Six hundred and fifty
policemen and guards have been sta sta-t'"onad
t'"onad sta-t'"onad about the Standard plant.
J. LINDSAY JOHNSON
Rome, Ga., July 28. J. Lind ay
Johnson, editor of the Tribune-IIei lid
here and assistant director of she
census for the Philippines, died in
Manila yesterday.

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MAT
COME ACRGS!
SIR EDWARD GRAY SAYS HIS
GOVERNMENT WILL SEND
ANOTHER NOTE
( Asso.da t-I Press)
Washington, July 28. Sir Edward
Grey cabled Secretary Lansing today
that the British government is pie pie-paling
paling pie-paling another note on the order in
council, and asked that the note deliv delivered
ered delivered yesterday he withheld fro-n pub publication,
lication, publication, pending the receipt of the
new note.
ANOTHER
Or PAPER
TORN UP WHEN A GERMAN SUB SUBMARINE
MARINE SUBMARINE SUNK THE
LEELANAW
Washington, July 27. United
States officials hold that by the Ger German
man German submarine's destruction of the
American ship Leelanaw, Germany
has once more disregarded the Prussian-American
treaty of 1S28, and
also two American notes recently on.
this subject.
The treaty provided that Prussia
and the United States would not. harm
each other's ships even though they
were carrying contraband. Germany
has already destroyed three American
ships which the United States holds
were immune under the treaty. They
were the Gulflight, Nebraskan and
William P. Frye.
- In the latter case Germany took
the position she had not disregarded
the treaty but had exercised the right
given by inference from the language
of the pact. The fact that the Lee Lee-lanaw's
lanaw's Lee-lanaw's crew was saved created a
feeling of relief, but among officials
here there were many evidences of
apprehension that if Germany con continued
tinued continued to promise payment,, but de destroyed
stroyed destroyed more American ships, a fur further
ther further warning would be required.
IMPROVEMENT IN
THE SWEDISH ARMY
( Associated Vre)
London, July 27. The Swedish
army has been considerably develop developed
ed developed since the beginning of the Euro European
pean European war, according to a correspond correspondent
ent correspondent of the Exchange Telegraph Com Company.
pany. Company. It is officially announced that
Sweden now has 3,000 regulars and
17?,000 Landstrumers. Supplies of
ammunition and war material have
been brought up to date, and th
Swedish military writers state that
the army has never before stood at
such a high point of efficiency. Five
thousand new officers and non-commissioned
officers have been appoint appointed,
ed, appointed, and all old soldiers have been call called
ed called up for a course of supplemental
training.
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
Prl st Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf

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PREPARATIONS 10 BUILD
WATER
The impression, which seems to pre- j

vail, that the citv government is not!. . , .A, ,
has as competent and faithful a ser-
!oir,g anything toward making thejvantas Mr. Campbell.
Projected impi o ements, is an erron- j The city badly needs the Converse
ecus one. It is, of course, impost-! 1L w'nich cut into the waterworks

Lie to do anything in regard to a sew sewerage
erage sewerage system until cooler weather,
the state law prohibiting excavations
in the summer. The council, however,
i
is doing all in its power to push work
on the light and water plant, and if
it had not been for the litigation
forced on the city it is likely that the
plant would now be very near comple-
tion. As it is, the council has not
emitted anything it could do with the
means at its disposal.
It has been decided to locate the"
combined plant on the present water waterworks
works waterworks lot. There have been reasons
advanced why it should be situated in
other places, which could claim cer certain
tain certain advantages, but they had disad disadvantages
vantages disadvantages also; so the council, at the
advice of the engineer, has decided to
place it on the waterworks lot, where
it will have better elevation than else elsewhere,
where, elsewhere, and require much less trouble
and expense in changing buildings and
machinery alt early available, not to
speak of several wells already down
v hich would have to be replaced at
a heavy co.-t by others if the .plant
was located elsewhere. In fact, if
new wells had to be dug, the cost
would make a considerable hole in the
funds, and it is not likely that the
city could obtain better water than
ii is now using.
A new well is now being bored on
the eastern side of the lot. It is
down 2'i0 feet, and will go another
I'd fret or more. S. II. CLri-tian is
doing the work. It is estimated thrt
the Pow of the well will furni.h
tfou;h water for the ordinary heed-;
of the city for the next twenty-five
years.
Workmen are already preparing
for the electric plant, rock has been
heaped up for tho foundation, and a
considerable quantity of brick is on
the ground. The council warded to
use Florida brick, but the consulting
engineer said that Florida brick ab absorbed
sorbed absorbed moisture too readily for such
work, so the brick will come from
Georgia. The electric plant "will stand
just to the southwest of the present
powerhouse of the water plant. The
waterworks building will be to the
southwest of it. A big standpipe will
be erected right on this lot, and the
rid standpipe on the hill will be taken
down "anil the lot it is located on sold
when the city can obtain a fair price.
This will be another big saving.
It has been noticeable that the citv
water has improved greatly in the
past few years, the strong limestone
taste which it used to have has been
almost eliminated; also, it is consid considerably
erably considerably softer. The reason for this is
the utilization of the old swimming
pool, which has been changed into a
big water filter. This pool, which
was built twenty-two years ago, but
only used for swimming for a sum summer
mer summer or two. has been divided into
sections by brick walls. The water
from one of the weJls is driven into
the upper section by air pressure, and
Hows thru four sections before it is
turned into the pipe. The water tie tie-posits
posits tie-posits part of its lime in each sec section,
tion, section, and while it retains some of its
hardness is otherwise as pure as wa water
ter water can be. Pipes are arranged so
that when the bottom of a section be becomes
comes becomes too deeply coated with lime,
the flow thru it can be cut off until it
is cleaned without interfering with
the other sections.
It is intended to build the combin combined
ed combined plant so that power can be obtain obtained
ed obtained from oil, electricity, coal or wood.
In ii tier to save expense.'the plan is
t generate electricity by an oil t-n-
gine, and pump water by electricity.
The engines for coal and wood will
kept in reserve, in case of accident,
for it is conceivable that something
might happen which would drive us
back to first principles.
It is highly necessary that thi thi-work
work thi-work be finished as soon as possible.
The sturdy and faithful engines at
the waterworks have been on the job
for from eighteen to twenty years
er.ch, and while they arc pumping as
industriously as ever, there is r,o tell telling
ing telling when one of them will give out.
Superintendent- Campbell, who has
been with the plant for the last fif fifteen
teen fifteen years or more, knows every
screw, bolt and valve of the.-e en engines,
gines, engines, and watches them like they
were babies. Its seldom that a citv

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CDM81HER ELECTRIC AID
PUT
property on the northwest corner,
cutting two-thirds of its frontage off
from the railroad, and also making it
necessary to build an expensive fire
wall. It is probable that the city will
buy this property as soon as possible,
as its possession would greatly aid
to the efficiency of the liht and wa water
ter water pi. int.
city council, keeps constantly in touch
withthis undertaking anil the other
woik of the city. With many busi business
ness business interests of his own to look aft aft-cf,
cf, aft-cf, Mr. Mtffert gives a great deal of
! is ti-re to public nffai:-s, givh; 7 the
c;iy h? full benefit of his experience,
v. hh is as extensive and well found
d
thai
of any man in Oca'i.
CM! CARE FOR
THE CORII CROP
An Ocala Firm is Making Arrange Arrangements
ments Arrangements thai are of Particular In Interest
terest Interest to Agriculturists
Announcement was made today
from the offices of the Louis R. Chazal
iV Sons Company that the firm is
r.al ing preparations for taking care
of Marion county's corn crop, thus
providing the farmers with a means
of dispo.-ing of their production.
The company, it is said, has arrang arranged
ed arranged for a large warehouse, on a rail railroad
road railroad siding, ami will place in it the
latest machinery for' handling corn,
corn products and farm products gen gen-eially.
eially. gen-eially. The company is already ad advertising
vertising advertising for corn.
Louis R. Chazal & Sons Company,
one of the city's new concerns, was
chartered last November, .and has al already
ready already under way the development of
1 farm northeast of Ocala, and a real
estate business. Wyomina Park, the
attractive suburb east of the city, is
one of the company's devejopments.
The new business announced today is
one of a number of enterprises pro proposed
posed proposed by the company and provided
for in its charter.
The new business, it is said, will be
started at once, and, as the ware warehouse
house warehouse arranged for has a storage ca capacity
pacity capacity of 12,000 bushels, or more, of
corn, the Chazal company "will he able
to take care of a large portion of the
county's corn crop. The firm proposes
to buy only the best corn from the
farmers, and will market it as fast as
possible, so that the amount of corn
handled will not necessarily be limit limited
ed limited to the capacity of the storehouse
of the concern.
There h;;s been some question as to
what Marion county farmers would
do with their corn crop, which this
year will be unusually large. The
opening of the new business will,
therefore, be welcomed. It ought not
to be necessary to go out of the state
for corn when a home product of good
quality can be had.
REIGN OF
TERROR
AT I 'OUT
AU PRINCE
As-o,i"tel Prf s)
Port an Prince. Haiti. July 28. Re Rebellious
bellious Rebellious government troops attacked
the palace of President Guillaume at
daybreak today. There were a num num-icr
icr num-icr of casualties and the palace was
set on fire.
Pre-id'-nt Guillaume took refuge in
the French legation after the palace
bad b-c-n tired. Bv noon the citv was
in the hands of the revolutionists
Tl ere ha been a reign of terror here
for ten da vs.
CATCHING COONS
WITH A BENZINE CART
Ray Hunt, went con hunting cast
of town before daylight this morning
in his automobile. The dogs treed
two large grown raccr-ons, which he
captured. When on his way home.
rear Greenwood cemetery, Mr. Hunt
saw two -mall coons cross the road
lie ran the- young coons down, cap
tured them and brought them to town
alive. The voung coons are about

two months old and very lively.

STAR

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Is Seeing South Florida
an Auto

EXTENDED THE GLAD HMD TO HIS OCALA FRIENDS AND
EXPRESSED HIMSELF Oil PUBLIC AFFAIRS

Hon. Nathan P. Bryan, U. S. Sena Senator
tor Senator from Florida, was in Ocala last
night, a guest of the Ocala House. He
is traveling thru Florida in his auto,
acting as his own chauffeur, and mix mixing
ing mixing with the people he has well repre represented
sented represented for the last five years.
Senator Bryan called on the Star
this morning, and after a little chat
with the general manager in the bus business
iness business office, he came upstairs.
The last time we saw Nathan
Bryan was at New Smyrna, almost
thirty years ago, when with hi? father
and brother he came to that quiet
and pretty town to visit relatives. He
was a bare-legged, sun-tanned boy,
with little to say. He didn't look like likely
ly likely to become an United States sena sena-ter,
ter, sena-ter, and if you think of a senator ac according
cording according to the popular impression of
a stately, well-groomed person, sit sitting
ting sitting in a curule chair with an ivory
staff in his hand, he doesn't look like
one today.
Senator Bryan is a born Florida
cracker, a man who has won at an
early age a high place in the great greatest
est greatest deliberative body of the world by
industry and intelligence lie is not
given to putting himself forward, and
'looks like he would be more at home
on the back of a cowboy's pony than
at a senatorial desk under the Cap Capitol
itol Capitol dome. In the five years he has
been in Washington, he has been
heard of less than almost any other
senator, but no senator has done any
more work. He is not good at adver advertising
tising advertising himself, but he stays on the
job. If a popular measure comes up
that he does not approve of, he votes
against it, even if he knows that by
doing so he will lose votes. If his
constituents ask for an explanation,
he generally gives good reason, but
he never rushes into print. Little
splash as he makes in the popularity
pond, no man is better acquainted
with work or trusted more in impor important
tant important measures.
On being interrogated as to mat matters
ters matters of most interest. Senator Bryan
said, first and foremost, that he did
not anticipate any war with Ger Germany.
many. Germany. He believes there is enough
good sense in both countries to pre
vent such a misfortune, lie says,
however, that the United States is in
far better shape for defense than the
average person thinks.
Mr. Bryan is not very optimistic
al-out the outlook for shipping cotton
to Europe, but believes that on a
whole business will be in fair shape
this autumn and winter.
Of the appropriation for the im improvement
provement improvement of the Oklawaha, he said
he believed it would be taken up and
passed at the coming session of Con Congress.
gress. Congress. On being asked about the
proposed canal from Silver Springs
to Ocala, he said that was a matter
for the engineers to pass on before it
came lefore Congress.
Of his own candidacy, he had little
to say. He is not out canvassing but
is going thru the country for the dou double
ble double purpose of recuperating and dis discussing
cussing discussing with the people face to face
on public affairs. He will have to
make his campaign next spring by
means of his friends and on his record,
for unless all signs fail he will be
kept in Washington while the sena
torial argument is going on in Flor
ida.
Senator Bryan left thi3 afternoon.
eoinir on south." He will tour South
Florida in his car, which he drives
himself, and will probably be out for
several weeks. He has not visited
Ocala often, but promises to make
that omission good in future.
KARL WEIHE HONORED
Prof. Karl J. Weihe, formerly of
Ocala, but who has been a resident of
Jacksonville for a number of years,
was several days ago chosen president
of the Central Trades Labor Council
of that city. Professor Weihe has for
many years been closely associated
with the organized labor movement
in the metropolis and his election as
its head officer is an honor that he
may well feel proud of. The Star of offers
fers offers its congratulations.

LOCAL NEWS
TO
PRESS TIME

op AM
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from
OUTLOOK IS
FOR THE COMMENCEMENT OF
WORK ON THE CARNEGIE
LIBRARY BUILDING
While the Star is not at liberty to
go into any details, it will say that it
has good reason to lelieve that work
will soon begin on the Carnegie li library
brary library building and he carried to a
successful completion.
The impression has gotten out that
building the Camegia library, plan planning
ning planning for which has been going on for
some time, had become a hopeless
task, but the people who have its
completion at heart have never given
up hope or ceased working. It is
probable that all obstacles will be re removed
moved removed in the near future and work
begin in time, perhaps, to give the
library to the city as a Christmas
present.
It is worthy of notice that Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville secured a library in three
months, the people probably not
working any more strenuously than
Ocala people, but all working to together.
gether. together. Since the library books have been
put in storage for lack of a room,
they have teen greatly missed by the
public, particularly the school chil children,
dren, children, who will all be very glad when
the new building is completed, and
they can have access to the books
again.
A LADY EXPLORER
Mrs. Delle Crews of Wisconsin Tour Touring
ing Touring the Country on a Motorcycle
Ocala had an unsual visitor yester yesterday
day yesterday and today in Mrs. Delia Crewe, of
Racine, Wis., who is touring the coun country
try country on a motorcycle.
Mrs. Crewe, who is a magazine writ writer
er writer of some note, arrived in the city
on her machine yesterday afternoon.
She uses a big Harley-Davidson mo mo-tcrcycte,
tcrcycte, mo-tcrcycte, with a side car, in which she
carries her wardrobe and supplies.
The front and sides of the car were
covered with inscriptions, showing
that she had toured not only more
than half the states, but Cuba, Porto
Rico, Jamacia and the canal zone.
Mrs. Crewe is a Rebekah, and when
she reached Ocala reported herself
to the" leading Odd Fellows, who at
once saw that she had all, the facili facilities
ties facilities and accommodations needed. She
had her machine overhauled and tank
filled, and left thi3 afternoon for At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, on hr way to New York, and
thence back home. She says when
the war ends fhe intends to visit
Europe.
When Mrs. Crewe reached the city,
dressed for travel in blouse, short
skirt and leggings, and covered with
dust, she looked like a very compe competent
tent competent but somewhat untidy person.
But when she doffed her traveling rig
and put on her accustomed habili
ments, &he was a- neat and pleasant
looking lady, and her conversation
proved her amply possessed of refine refinement
ment refinement and education.
Mrs. Crewe went down the east
coast to Miami, then by steamer to
the West Indies. Returning she land
ed at Tampa and came on her machine
to Ocala. She reports the road down
the east coast as not very good, and
the one up from Tampa as not much
better. She will be one of the first
tourists to report to the north the con condition
dition condition of the Florida end of the Dixie
Highway.
While in the city Mrs. Crewe met a
number of our prominent people. She
praised the good looks of our town
and said she was sorry she could not
remain longer.
Advertise in the Star.

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BITTING ER & CARROLL. PROPRIETORS
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J. II. Benjamin, Editor

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MORALS AND CLOTHES

Nearly all of the South Florida
newspapers and many in other parts
of the state have either copied or com commented
mented commented upon the Commercial's edi editorial
torial editorial "The Tragedy of a Triangle."
In every case except one, those who
have taken opposite views have beg begged
ged begged the question or practically disre disregarded
garded disregarded it. The exception is Benja Benjamin
min Benjamin of the Ocala Star. Mr. Benjamin
says the most immoral "society life"
of history was among the court; of
Europe when long sleeves and hijrh
necks were the fashion. Mr. Benja Benjamin
min Benjamin did not remember far enough
back. Come now, Brother Ben, don't
you recall the days of Nero and don't
you remember some of the costumes
of that date. And for recognized and
open licentiousness, these days far
surpassed the court liasons of France,
even as Balzac and De Maupassant
tell of them. Leesburg Commercial.
We do indeed remember the days of
Nero, Brother Leach, and tho we were
not much more than a kid at the
time, its our opinion, based on. recol recollection
lection recollection and such contemporanious his history
tory history as has come down to this time,
that the men and women of those

days vvere unmoral rather than im immoral.
moral. immoral. Th"e bacchants and bac bacchantes
chantes bacchantes who met in promiscuous
orgies at the feasts of Nero and
Caligula knew they were making
hogs of themselves, but neither they
nor their neighbors thought they
were doing anything improper Its
true that the ladies of Nero's court
wore much less than those of the
courts of Charles and Louis but the
very considerable difference between
the climates of Rome and Paris and
London had more to do with it than
their morals or lack of them. If you
will study theology, Friend Leach,

you will find that what we call mor-j
ality is taught only in the great
ethical religions of Buddha and 3rah 3rah-ma,
ma, 3rah-ma, Moses, Christ and Mohammed.
The religions of Greece and Romo
were nothing more than worship of
the gods with a view to obtaining
good and avoiding evil. The laws of
Rome were based on property rights,
life and virtue being listed as prop property.
erty. property. The heathen world knew what
was wrong, but it did not know there
was any such a thing as sin.
There were fifteen to sixteen cen centuries
turies centuries between the court of Nero and
the courts of the Tudors and Stuarts,
the Valois and the Bourbons. In that
time Western Europe had adopted a
code of morals founded on the Chris

tian religion. For oyer a thousand
years men and women had been
taught that murder, rape, seduction,
adultery and theft were not only
wrongs but sins. They believed in
religion far more strenuously than we
do, and put in a good deal of their
time killing people who did not agree
with them about it. Owing to the fact
that no one could be as comfortable,
even in summer, with scanty cloth clothing
ing clothing in London or Paris as they could
be in Rome, they covered themselves
up considerably more than the Romans
of 68 A. D.
Its for these reasons that we go
back to the sixteenth and seventeenth
centuries instead of the first for com

parative morality. We do not intend

that Editor Leach shall take us back

to the days of our childhood, "when,

as Jack London says, "the world was

young," and it was both proper and

common for a man to kill his neigh
bor when he could take him at disad

vantage and appropriate his wife or

any other property he had.
Friend Leach goes on to say:

But what do we gain by the study
of conditions of those times? Today
is so different that no rules could ap apply
ply apply to both. This is the day of the
afternoon moving picture show en engagement
gagement engagement and the night automobile
date. In the larger cities the picture
house is the open market place for
thousands who seek to attract the at attention
tention attention of men, and men who have the
time and the inclination attend the
market daily and bid with eyes and
eyebrows, hands and toe telegraphy
for the choicest wares as these are
paraded before them. Many an in innocent
nocent innocent girl has been accosted in these
places merely because she was dress dressed
ed dressed in the same garb as that worn by
those who expected to be accosted,
and a few "mistakes" have made
these girls believe the whole world,
except herself, was having a "good
time." The" constant drip of water
wears away the stone, and in this case
the water does not drip long until the
girl either accepts the new viewpoint
or awakes to a realization of where
she is drifting and returns to the con conventionalities
ventionalities conventionalities of her mother's day.
Some years ago the wonderful pic picture
ture picture "Nana" was on exhibition in
Tampa. It is a beautiful painting
and deserves the high place it has
won in art. We attended this exhibi exhibition
tion exhibition several times, not to see the pic picture
ture picture again, but to watch the expres expressions
sions expressions of individuals in the crowds.
Among the men who viewed that
paintings while we were present more
than half looked with eyes of admir admiration
ation admiration and appreciation of the art
which could so strikingly reproduce
on a flat canvas the masterwork of
divine hands. With these men, the
girl dressed in costumes that have
been brought froai the haunts of the

descendants of tho?e mistree.-es of the

time of Balzac would be safe as long wherever he goes
a? her face belied her dress. But the

minority were different, lhey Mwl not
see the'beauty of the human form di divine
vine divine and they did not stop to read
the eyes of that picture. They treat treated
ed treated is as if it were one -of those lasciv lasciv-ia'K
ia'K lasciv-ia'K rnr cards brought over from

Cuba by stealth and exhibited on
street corners under cover of a pro protecting
tecting protecting coat tail. We ask you who
have denied the truth of our observa observations:
tions: observations: Would you dress your pretty
daughter in a form-fitting gown with
a slit for her silk-clad ankles to flash
in and out, and parade her along a

city street where these men congre congregate
gate congregate to look and gloat?
There is much food for reflection in
all this, but we do not feel so hope hopeless
less hopeless about it as Friend Leach seems
to feel. The picture houses and the
auto rides only succeed things that
were as bad or worse. A proportion
of women have always sought to at attract
tract attract men, and a larger proportion of
men have always been looking out to
be attracted. As for the clothes, in
Europe and America, up to a short
time ago it was the custom for every
respectable women to swathe herself
from her chin to her heels, which
fashion instead of protecting her vir

tue kept every impure man guessing
about that great proportion of her

that was wrapped up. This fashion
did not increase morality. Its a well

known fact. that there is a much larg

er proportion of illegitimate births in

those colder countries where people
have to cover themselves with clothes

than in the warmer ones where they

can expose their bodies more. Of
late years, women have been dressing
in a more and more comfortable and
sanitary manner. As soon as men be become
come become used to seeing bare necks and
arms at one end and ankles, and then
some, at the other, they will stop
thinking and talking about them, and
the world will wag on as usual. In
the meantime, the fashion of bare

throats and necks will decrease tuber tuberculosis,
culosis, tuberculosis, and as for the other extrem extremity,
ity, extremity, women wall be more comfortable
and just as modest when their skirts
end at their knees. The worst form

of dress women ever wore was the

long skirts which swept the side

walks, and broueht back to their

homes a toll of the impurity gathered

on the streets.

We will join Friend Leach in ob objection
jection objection to the form-fitting gown and

slit skirt, not because they are im immoral
moral immoral but because they are unhealthy

and inconvenient and violate the uni

versal rule of good taste that ladies
and srentlemen should not make

themselves conspicuous anywhere

Denouncing them does no good, but

they are only a freak of fashion, and

like all other freaks, will pass, while
styles in women's dress will draw
nearer the elegance, comfort and

convenience that may some day com

bine into perfection.

pleasure the visit of Perry Ci. Wall, j
f,i Tampa, a candidate for the Unit. -1 j
States Senate. One wonders j.j-t whut i
they expected us all t say. Mr. Wail
paid the people of Miami a ve ry much
appreciated vi.-it. He proved him--Ifi
a well equipped gentleman, genk.l j
and approachable, and withal a nv.n ;
of excellent good sen.-e and jud::-
ment, just such a man as Miami de- ;
lights in receiving and entertaining. J
His personality is such as would so- j
cure a welcome anywhere, and gained ;
for him an enthu.-ia.-tic reception in
Miami where we appreciate good men.
It is pretty certain that Miami gained
a high idea of the west coast candi-
.I.., I rt, V, L,ff Vw. ; r-r.t

at all backward in saying so. Miami
Herald.
Mr. Wall i a very clever gentle gentleman,
man, gentleman, and makes a good impression

OUR PUBLIC FORUM

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The Ocala Star is justly proud of
its new Miehle press and prints a pic picture
ture picture and description of it which
ought to favorably impress its many
readers. The press weighs over 1 1, 1,-0U0
0U0 1,-0U0 pounds and has a capacity of 2. 2.-500
500 2.-500 impressions an hour. If the new

piess makes half as good an impres

sion on the public as Editor Benja Benjamin's
min's Benjamin's writings, the Star will soon out

class itself. Times-Union Short

Talks.

Thanks, Mr. Short Talks; if all the

newspaper writers in r lonua nau

ft 1 t 1 1 A J 1

your cneeriui ana neipiui spun. Hie

Etate would be 50 per cent, better off.

If any enterprising and far-sighted

real estate man wants to make a gilt gilt-edged
edged gilt-edged deal on the future, we think he
can do so by offering the city council

$20,000 or even less, for the "civic
center."

ANNUAL BARBECUE AT OXFORD

V. E. P. Ripley
On Relations of Railroads and People
The Industrial leaders of this nation are talking to
the public face to face through the columns of this paper.
The time was when If a corporation had anything to Eay
to the people they sent a hired hand, whispered It through
a lawyer or employed a lobbyist to explain it to the legis legislature,
lature, legislature, but the men who know and the men who do are
nor talking over the fence to the man who plows.
When the leading business men cf this naticn get
' back to the soil" with their problems, strife and dissen dissension
sion dissension will disappear, for when men look into each other's
fac?3 and smile there is a better day coming.
Mr. E. P. Rirley. president cf the Santa Fc Railroad.

when asked to civo hi viws in reference to relations existing between the

railroad and the -iblic sail in part: j
"Frefjuer.tly wo hear statements to the effect that these relations are j
irr.r rcvir:-. t::it th era cf railroad baiting has passed and that public per.ti- j
ment now fav.-rs treating tho railroads fairly. As yet this change in public :
sentiment, if any such there be. is not effective in results.

It is true that in the legislatures of the southwestern states during the
past winter there were fewer unreasonable and unreasoning laws passed
than usual, but a consideration cf the hostile bills introduced shows that
there is still reason for much disquiet even though they were defeated by
more or less cf a majority.
Moreover, the idea that the railroads have been harshly treated does
not seem to i revail in tho offices of the State Railroad Commissions which
seem to cherish a notion that their business is not to act as an arbitrator
between the railroads and the people, but which proceed on the theory that
the railroads are able to take care of themselves and that their duty is to
act as attorney for tho people even though In so doing they deny Justice
to the railroads. It reuirs no argument to demonstrate that the railroads
ore entitled to justice equally with other citizens and taxpayers. That they
have not received it and are not receiving it is perfectly susceptible of
proof. That they have practically no recourse In the courts has also been
determined.
The situation therefore is that the people, through their representatives,
must elect whether the services cf the railroads shall be adequately compen compensated
sated compensated or not; and it requires no fortune teller or soothsayer to predict that
in the long run tho service will take the class that Is paid for and no better.
The natural competition between the railroads and the natural desire
to perform f.rst-class service has heretofore resulted in giving the public
much more than it was willing to pay for. Continuation of this will be
impossible and no laws, however drastic, can long accomplish the Impossible."

We are fie Peope or Your

Taos & arcware

THE YELLOW FLAG.

The annual barbecue at Oxford will

be held on the first Saturday in Aug August,
ust, August, being the 7th day of the month.
Arrangements will be made to feed
everybody on good old Florida bar barbecued
becued barbecued beef. Cold drinks and ice
cream will be on hand all day. Every
effort possible will be made for social
entertainment. Everybody invited to

I come and bring their friends. We will

o all we can to make the day pleas

ant and profitable for you.

Signed: F. M. Hammonds, R. M.

triggers, I. P. Rainey, R. P. Bowman,

L. R. Lee, J. B. Baldron, S. C. Car Car-uthers,
uthers, Car-uthers, committee in charge.

If Congress met next week what
would it do? Perhaps this doubt is
what makes the president scratch

that bald place. Times-Union.

According to what the Times-Union

has been printing, if Congress met

next week it would go to work hand handing
ing handing out fat contracts to the people

who had the most power to i e-elect its

members.

Some of the papers published on

the west side of the state expres

apparent surprise that the papers on

this side of the state noted with

Have you tried those delicious Max-

ixe cherries? 50 cents per pound, at
Gerig's. tf.

SEE THIS FARM on tne Silver

Springs road which furnishes the

Merchant's Cafe every day with

fresh vegetf jles, milk and eggs, tf

Another fresh shipment of THola

sweets just in at Gerig s. tf.

OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS

ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,

meets at Yonge's hall the second and

fourth Thursday evenings of each

month at 730 o'clock.

Mrs. Emily Webb, W. M.
Mrs. Lillian Simmor.s, Sec'y.

OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.

Ocala Lodge .No. 2S6, Beneolen

and Protective Orde of Elks, meets

the second and fourth Tfciesday even
ings in each month. Visiting breth

ren always welcome. Club house

opposite postoftice, east side.

L. II. von Lngelken, E. R.
Nelson Geise, Secietary. At.

ODD FELLOWS

A Ruse That Once Saved a British Ship
From Capture.
An effective ruse de -ruerre In the way

of fi..g flying was that practiced in the

Mediterranean nt the beginning of the

ast century by Lord Dundonald while

PINE ISLAND PICNIC

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.

There will be a picnic at Pine Isl Island,
and, Island, about half a mile west of Romeo,
at a point near the old Shipp place, on
Thursday, August 5th. Speakers on
both sides will be invited to address
the people on the question of county
division. There will be sack races,

other amusements.

frnUln In the IMtish shin S needy

This little bri" had captured so many ; foot races and

of th tncniv's merchantmen that a The public cordially invited to attend

Spanish frigate was specially fitted out, and bring well filled baskets. Re-

disguised as a merchantman, to bring ; freshments will be served by Mr. J.

her to lwk.

Dundonald. In order to deceive the

merchant craft of the enemy, adopted

similar tactics and disguised the Spee

dy a Danish merchant brig. 'The

two disguised boats sitoa sighted eacn

other. Dundonald at once gave cnase

and discovered ids mistake when the

Spaniard suddenly revealed her true
nature and started lowering a boat to

examine the Speedy's papers.

But Dundonald was equal to the oc occasion.
casion. occasion. He hoisted the yellow flag flag-signal
signal flag-signal of sickness. And when the
Spanish boat was within hall an Eng English
lish English oCicer in Danish uniform shouted
that they were only two days out of
Algiers. As the plague was raging In
Algiers, the ruse was completely suc successful.
cessful. successful. London Chronicle.

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,
Joe Walker,
J. L. Starling,
General Picnic Committee.

COME TO THE SUNSHINE CITY

BOY'S CLUB

marion hardware
PHONE 118,

COMPANY
OCALA, FLA.

is it Hot Enough 'for You?
How Does it AffecJ You?
Isn't it rnostly in your stomach, caused from too much ire
water, summer fruits and melons, or ovti -tMtr.? Don't
you frequently feel bloated and stuffy, esptvialiy after wal waling?
ing? waling? Sloats Hitters, the old reliable, corrects a!l such dis disorders,
orders, disorders, puts what you eat where it belongs, digests your
food, cures indigestion.
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Purely Vegetable. No Nairotirs or Opiates.
At all drug stores- 50e and $1.00.

'.Jv Is-

If you want to keep cool and take a
plunge in the bay. You will find pood

1 a 1 A.

rooms ana Doara at per wee ai
82G Central avenue, St. Petersburg,

! Fla. Mrs. L. P. Butler. 25-tf

All members of the Boy's Club of
Ocala whose dues are paid to July are
entitled to spend a week at Camp
Mucoso without any charge above
their board. Very truly,
Rov B. Bowers.

An Easy, Pleasant Laxatixe
One or two Dr. King's New Life
Pills with a tumbler of water at night.
Xo bad, nauseating taste; no belching
gas. Go right to bed. Wake up in the
morning, enjoy a free, easy bowel
movement, and feel fine all day. Dr.
King's New Life Pills are sold by all
druggists, 3fi in an original package,
for 2."c. Get a bottle today enjoy this
easy, pleasant laxative. Adv. 2
A new line of high grade stationery
in all the latest styles and cuts at
Gerig's. tf.

GALVANIZED,
CORRUGATED,
and FLAT SHEETS
All Forms of Metal
Roofing
All sizes and Gauges. Prompt
delivery from the largest and most
complete stock in Florida.
FLORIDA METAL PRODUCTS
COMPANY
3G50 Evergreen Ave.. Jacksonville.

Tulala Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F.

meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extend ?d to visitinp
brethren. M. M. Little, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
HAI!IOX-IUX MASONIC liOOGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &
A. M.. meets on the first and third
Thursday evening' or each month at
8:00 o'clock, until further notice.

A. E. Burnett, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad

Sold by the Ocala Lumber and
Supply Company

iia

PHONF 503
For Good Wood
BIG Load for SI. :
Your Order will have J
immediate Attention- ;
J. L. SMOAR
At Smoak's Vao Shop.

WOO DM OF TIIK WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 mtrets at
the K. of P. Hall at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Vibitin?
sovereigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C- C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions

held every Monday at 8 p. m., at

CasrVe Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cor.lial welcome to vis

iting brothers. C. B. Howell, C. C.

Chas. K. Sage, K. or K. S. AO.
CHAITKK NO. 13, R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, It. A. M.. on the
fourth Fridav in everv month at
8 p. m. II. S. Wesson, II. P.
Jake B'on, Secretary.
CONCORDIA LOIHJH T. t. YF A.
Concordia Ixnige, FraternaT T'nion
of America, meets in Yongt's Hal)
cn the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad

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

WILBUR VV. C. SMITH
Licensed Knibalmer
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.

FAMILY AVOIDS

SERIOUS SICKNESS

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

rood." Edward Craft, Elba, IN. i

Obtainable everywhere. Adv.

Try one of those frostd pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf

"WE TREAT YOUR LAUNDRY WHITE"
No Exttra Charge
For delivering work the same day it is received if it is sent in early
and immediate delivery requested. This feature of OUR LAUNDRY"
is quite convenient for traveling men and transientpeople generally.
We use the best of everything that goes to giving absolute satisfac satisfaction.
tion. satisfaction. Your clothes will last longer when laundered with modern
appliances than by the antiquated methods of years gone by. Come
in and inspect our plant-and see our methods. of handling collars.
PHONE 21

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For reservations, tickets, etc.
Address
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OcALA TEMPLE
PYTHIAN SISTERS
The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 2S
Pythian Sifters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:-".0 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members are
cordially invited to meet with us.
Lena Tompkin?, M. E. C.
Kate B. Howell, M. R.
LOYAL OR IKK OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodze So. K'J'j, L. O. L.
meets every Thursday at S:.".0 p. m.
Visiting brethern always welcome ic
the lodge and club house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postoffloo.

McDuff, Va. "I suffered for several i
years, says Mrs. J. B. Whntaker, o
Ihis place, 'wi:h sick headache, and;
stomcch trouble. j
Ten years ?0 n friend told me to trj
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time now, rnd when my children feel a
tittle bad, they ask me for a dose, and il j
does them rr.cre good than any medicine j
they ever tried.
We r.zver have a Ion? spell of sick-
ress in our farr.iiy, since we commenced
usin Blacfc-LJra'Jsht." ;
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Your drs7zist ssl'.s and recommendj
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The Servant
Question

has no terrors for the
housekeeper who has her
kitchen equipped with a
GAS RANGE and a
AVATER HEATEIC The
cooking and cleaning on
Long Hot Days
are made ea?y with the
heln of these ideal ser servants.
vants. servants. LET THEM HELP YOU
Keep your range clean.
A dirty gas range will
make a Lig pas bill.
OcalaGas company
PHONE 61

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Only Direct Line from Jacksonville
Fare includes meals and stateroom berth.
TICKETS NOW ON SALE GOOL ON ANY SHIP
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1 Ict,t j fn w g I a e Tarn pa at 6:00 p. m. the game day.

1 train only. Special coaches for white and colored.

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White Star Line Transfer Co.
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The pressure being direct, not sliding,
it can not wear or tear. Call and see
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1 OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS

(If you have any items for this
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Thought for the Day
K-t 11 fill lu. 1 Ml. -V .tll ti..-
jrlory of ti:- t'ay.
And haiii-h c,-i y ,,,,ti.i a;. 4 -aie at.d
sorrow f.ti :i.,v.
For the U'-:l.i i- ot" Kit-, OieJ
ro.-e- full ij. i
And the de-.v full of h- a.-!.:;. love
u n in jo: me ;o..i -i.
Jallie- W hiti-onili KlleV.
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Miss Henrietta lavi-ton is vi 4t-
in-4 Mrs. Hla.uhe Uhet,to,;e at Lake
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Weir, jroinf down on the afternoon
tiain.
j Mis. .1. M. (iio-. Mis Mamie
; Cross and Master Aified IU-ike!,( y
returned last niht from a few day-'
j stay in Jacksonville ar.d at Chautau-
! tua Heach, near St. Auirusfine. Mrs.
Cioss' niece, Miss Martha Hlakeney.
who accompanied them to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, h;t.s returned to her home in Lit Little
tle Little Rock, Ark.
M... !M..r,..l,. W,,. i i
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Hessie Whetstone have taken a cot-
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tage at haKc veir station lor
a so
journ of several wee!

Duiing the month of July the M. G..T,:ii:t, Weir, has engaged Miss Mahcl
Davis family of Zuher has heen hold-! iorh to assist him in teaching dur during
ing during a family reunion at Lake Weir, j j,. the remaining weeks of the camp,
occupying the two Connor cottages.!
Their guests are Mr. Davis. Sr., Dr. j Mr. Venue Stevens of Lakeland
and Mrs. Jarman and son of near.was greeting friends yesterday. Mrs.
Jacksonville. Dr. and Mrs. Wheeler j .Stevens and daughter, who are in

iiiu hon, ,ui.-. niaiiyn i.o-ers, .r.:MV x ol k visiting, will not return

Cary Rogers. of Ceorgia, Mr. and Mrs.
Rogers and child and Messrs. Duncan
of Tavares. Mr. and Mrs. Davis will
return to Zuher Saturday and their
guests to their respective homes.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Livingston and
two youngest daughters, Hazel and
Elizaheth, left last night for a fort fortnight
night fortnight visit to relatives in Columbia,
Orangeburg and Allen, S. C. Mr.
Livingston will combine business with
pleasure.
Miss Wonona Kelsey returned to
her home in Jacksonville today, after
spending a few (lays in the city with
relatives en route home from a visit
to an aunt at Inverness.
Miss Nellie Liddon left today for
Apalachicola, where she expects to
spend August with her sister, Mrs. E.
C. Sheridan. On her return she will
visit relatives in Tallahassee, Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, Lyre Oak and Cainesville.
Her cousin,' Miss Lucile Freeman, will
return home with Miss Liddon.
Dr. J. M. Jackson, who has been
spending a few days here on business,
left last night for his home in Miami.
Dr. Jackson is one of Florida's most
evinent and successful physicians and
has an immensely large practice in
Miami and vicinity. Clearwater Sun.
Dr. Jackson stopped in Ocala to
visit his friends in the city and vicin vicinity.
ity. vicinity. Mrs. W. R. Pedrick and Mrs. Grace
Rurkhalter drove to Montbrook today
in the former's car, where they will
spend a few days with Mrs. Mont.
Hrooks, after which they will go to
Morriston, where they will be guests
of Mrs. Lawton Priest. They expect
to be a way two weeks.
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Misses Elizabeth Davis and Kath Kathleen
leen Kathleen Spencer came up this morning
from Lake Weir and are guests for
the night of friends.
Mrs. J. M. Neeley and children are
expected home tonight from a brief
visit to Jacksonville.
Mrs. J. C. Class and Mrs. Ella
Class leave Sunday night, the former
for Fernandina to visit l datives for
a few days and the latter for New New-York
York New-York to bi the guest of a friend at
Port Chester until fall. Rev. Class
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I will join his wife in Fernandina and
from there they will go to Mobile
Bay, Ala., for a visit of several
weeks, joining their younger daugh-
ter. Miss Eva Lee Glass, who left for
there three weeks ago
The young ladies auction clu'" will
meet Saturday afternoon with Miss
Annie Davis.
Miss Fanny Robinson will leave
Sunday for Jacksonville
where she;

will again be the gne.-t of her brother, son. of Orlando. St. Peter-burg In In-Mr.
Mr. In-Mr. Emmett Robinson and family, j dependent.
Miss Robinson will be accompanied hy j
her nephew, Emmett Robinson. Jr.. j PICNIC AT TEENER'S POND
who hns been visiting his grandpar-j

ents. Mr. and Mrs. M. E
Robin-on.
Mr. W. T. Garv ha-
ret urned f i m
a visit to his familv at Davton
i Beach. Mrs. Gary and children will

; arrive home Mmday and Mr. and Mr.j their frieiids. Come everybody and let
i E. T. Helven-ton and children will; us have a big rally day. Refre-h-;
leave that morning for tlv beach tojmcnts will be served by J. D. Will Will-occupy
occupy Will-occupy the' cottage vacated by thm. jiwi-. for benefit of picnic grounds,
s Committer.
; ?drs. Annie Van Deman ard mother.'

.Mrs. Nellie Waldo, are now at E or-J
sythe, Ga., enjoying a delightful visit.!
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i Mr. and Mrs. John Edwards an d ;
i daughter. Miss Marguerite Edward-.
; are spending today in Jacksonville.
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Mrs. J. M. Meff rt. who recently
opened her home at Lake Weir for an
( extended stay, is spending tonight in
town.
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Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hamrick motor motored
ed motored to Ocala Sunday from Dayton a
Beach in their Maxwell roadster. Mr.

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department, call 'phone. K0)
i ii.'r.n i. k I - ft that i:i;:ht for So ih
! i i : i on i;-ii.e.-s and during his
I -:' --i.ee Mr-. Ilaniti i. i the l"-;o-t
l.t r i.-ter, Mrs. E. .1. Ooofc.
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Mrs. O. C. St-.jtt. formeily of O:
' : L:t'r.ef hut now of Miami, who
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u'.dei -ornvr an operation, is the
Jf. "' h7 iter-iM-law Mrs. I J. W.
' 1 f"r 11 ''" av"
i '4 tor home.
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I no .Junior ui!d of raee ehurih
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v.iil hold a candv sale Friilav after-'
i.i 'iii and nit lit at the Temple theater.
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Miss Kathleen Spencer, who has
I en the lovely gue.-t of Miss Eliza-;
hcih Davis for two months, will leave,
this week for Monti eat, N. C, to join
tier mother and M-ters. m
Miss, Rexie Todd returned tfd:iy j
f rem
Lake Weir, when' she has hecn
vi.-itmg Miss
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1 Inirsday.
Nina (."amp since
Rev. H. H. Rowers, who is success-
! fully conducting Camp Mucusco at
te Florida until September.
Mrs. Phil Rrowder of Richmond,
formerly Miss Lydia Rarrs of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, accompanied by her three
children, will s-pent "August at Pablo
Heach.
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The Tuesday auction club enjoyed
this afternoon one of the most de delightful
lightful delightful meetings it has hail this sum summer.
mer. summer. The hostess, Mrs. Herbert
Lattner, entertained at her home on
South Second street, and the living
room, where the two tables were plac placed
ed placed for the games was prettily adorned
with nlors, roses and potted plants.
Following the games an ice course
with salted nuts was served and
candies were on the tables while the
games were in progress. The prize
was a dainty hand-embroidered towel.
The players were Misses Mary Mc McDowell,
Dowell, McDowell, Rosebud Robinson. Helen
Drown, Dorothy Schreiber, Nellie
Cottlieb, Kathleen Jackson, Mm. L. P.
Wilson, Miss Catharine McNab, and
they were joined for refreshment by
Miss Frances Tarver and Mrs. N. 1.
Cettlieb. Mrs. J. C. Perkins asistel
Mrs. Lattner in entertaining.
Dr. and Mrs. Harry Walters have
rented the lower floor of the residence
on Wenona street occupied by Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Ixugh and will short
ly begin housekeeping, moving from
the Moore house.
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Mr. and Mrs. Allison Wartmann
will return to their home in Citra in a
few days from a visit to Mrs. Wart Wart-mann's
mann's Wart-mann's parents in Fordyce, Ark.
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Dr. and Mrs. C. W. McKay of Jack
sonville will be August visitors arriv-
jing j ahout a fortnight to be guests
or Dr. an;i Mrs. II. F. Walt at their
attractive home in Lin wood suburb.
Miss Isabel Davis, who has been
the attractive guest of relatives in
Jacksonville for the past several
weeks, has returned home.
Mrs. W. F. McAteer and son left
today for Dublin, (la., to visit rela relatives
tives relatives for a week, and from there they
will go to Hendersonville, N. C, for
a sojourn of several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Crubb are se se-ceiving
ceiving se-ceiving the congratulations of friends
on the arrival at their home of a
i bouncing nine-nound bov. Mr. Grubbs
is so proud of him that he can't keep
! still. The young man will bear the
j r.ame of Thomas Benjamin Grubbs, so
.that his initials will line up with those
of his grandfather.
Mi-s Ophelia Gray and her gusf.
Miss Genevieve Redding, the daugh daughter
ter daughter of W. A. Redding, vice president of
the Florida National Bank in Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, spent vesterdav at Pass-a-
Grille, acconrpanieil by E. II. John-
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I na.-KM diner ami picnic will t
held at Turner's Pond on July .tilth.
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very body is invited.
Speaking for
division, and
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sneakers are invited to come and brin'
OCALA SEED STORE
A full line of Corn, Oats. Brnn,
Shorts. Hay and Mc'as-es feeds. C't f
For plumbi.ig and electrical work
if. W. Tucker. Phone 3oO f
Pabst Blue Ribron Beer, the bet,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, 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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to the li b girls
This year!
(. i '.. ;!. rr.ike an exhioit at thej
r TU. WMk on tht. u.nth
.,.t t,: tt,.. t..r:;uto exhibit will
,.;, tl'- ;-t J "'i :'. winr.er, but i
it at thej
;n :;' I li.r the l.-t'
v t'f!a!.'- .i:.i. ( i!v rrifluits in I
t! f..i:-,.vii .' K-t will i-,.unte-l. To-j
i t' .:,;'!: !.'! t- all club mem-'
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12 e
l o.! tomato cat. -a p.
is t. rato jiitkle (sweet
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,,.,,,.1,,,, 4-n,,,,e.! in tin.
2 S o -. hxtl-s chili ,auee.
rrit -.hi!,!! o,.,, to all irls over
i ve i;
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: ,: !- "- iy t" r're.-erve.S.
' 1- .. jais orange marmalade.
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r. 'his.-es ..ur orange jell v.
' ot. jars canned fruit (one kind)
i t. jars watermelon rind pre pre-crvos
crvos pre-crvos or pench pickle.
If vou v. i-h to enter the fruit con contest
test contest a; d car.r.ot procure all fruits on
the l!-t. co'i-w't me about making
sub-tit at es-.
Your mother--; rnd fiiends are urg urged
ed urged to exhibit prod nets and prizes will
i e of7e'ed to adults not club mem members.
bers. members. 1 hope all products exhibited will
bo in uniform containers, and all
have the clear whit'? 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 op-poitunity
poitunity op-poitunity to obtain pretty glassware
for exhibit work. Make your selec selections
tions selections early so that more can be or
dered if necessary.
Yours very truly,'
Carolina II. Moorhead, Agent.
Misnomers of Chemistry.
One of thi strangest features of
fheinistry I the fact that many of the
chemical names are misleading and do
not describe the articles. Here are a
few examples: Oil of vitriol is no oil.
neither are oiks of turpentine and kero kerosene.
sene. kerosene. CopiHjras is an iron coniiouml
and contains no copper.
Salts of lemon is the exceedingly
poisonous oxalic acid. Carbolic acid
is not an acid, but an alcohol. Cobalt
contains none of that metal, hut
arsenic. Soda water has no trace of
soda, nor has sulphuric acid of sul
phur. Sugar of lead has no sugar,
cream of Mrtar has nothing of cream,
nor milk X lime any milk. German
sliver hns no silver and black lead no
lead. Mosaic gold is only a sulphide
of tin. Philadelphia Inquirer.
Stopping the Idle Talk.
"Pardon my interrupting you, old
chap, but really you're wasting your
time."
"What's the matter? Aren't you In Interests!
terests! Interests! in what I'm saying?"
"Not particularly. Beside. It won't
accomplish anything.
"1 don't understand you."
"It's no uvo telling me how your boss
otiirht to run his business. Tell it to
him or ke-p Mill alout It. Detroit
Free Press
What He Wished to Know.
'Here's an nrticle hi this magazine
entitled 'How to M.-et Trouble.'" said
Mrs. Weddorly Shall I read It to
ouV
"No. thank you." replied his wife's
liu-brind. "How to dode trouble is the
brand of information I'm looking for."
-Chicago News.
Going Down.
Bedd lie started out with n $0,000
automobile.
Greene And what car N he using
now?
"A street car." Yonkers Statesman.
A Definition.
Banquet A social function at which
one endures a poor meal for the sake
of the speaking which is to follow and
then endure" poor speaking for th
pake of politeness Life.
Traveling Man's Experience
"In the summer of INKS I had a very
seere attack of cholera morbus. Two
physicians worked over me from four
a.' m. to 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 ami went to sleep
after the second dose. At five o'clock
the next morning I was called by my
order sr.d trek a train for my next
stopi'irg ;oir,t, a well man but feel
ing rather .-h:ikv from the severity of
the attack," w ;:.:.: E. W. Ireland,
Louisville, Ky. Obtainable every
where.
Adv.
The Prophesied Ccrrp'eteneis.
Wo rejoice in life h" ause it Femi
to be carrying ns so new here; because
Its, darkness c(n;.,s to bo rolling on
toward liizht. rrrl r;i its i-ain to he
moving f-r'Aa:i! to a hi !! n jov. We
bear w j ; h inc.-e-i t n'-cs bf-r-m of
the cm-. 1 i 'i i- pro'-':
and for.--''!. l:;-5 I'n n'
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A Cough Remedy that Relieves
Its prepared from the healing pine
balsam, tar ard honev all mixed in a
phasant. soothing cough syrup called
Dr. Bell- PIr.e-Tar-Honey. Thousands
hav herctitod by its use no need
yo-ir enduring that annoying cough or
risking a dangerous cold. Go to your
dealer, a-k for a 2-. original bottle
Dr. Hall's Pine-Tar-Horey, start us us-ivg
ivg us-ivg at or.ee ar.d g'.'t rid of jour cough
and cold. Adv. 2
Derivation cf 'Ccriedy.
Comedy, the rf;r!: 1 form of th
Iatin t
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W. K. Iane, M. 1 niylclan and
'urgtMin, siKci.iJist I'je. Har, N
And Tliroat. Law Ii!rHry liuJbilng,
Ocala, Jhla.

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ROLLINS COLLEGE, WINTER PARK
Oldest College and Most Beautiful Campus in Florida College. Arademji
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 Kanlinw ennlnmont v... ,.i : i

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and physical lalo-atories, 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.

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 icfrigerator well charged with our ice and you can charge
off drug bills, bad temper and most other torrid time ills.

Ocala Ice &
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STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH

M. R. WILLIAMS, J.
Ticket Agent, Ocala. Fla.

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See the Moving Picture
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Council meets tonight.
Elks meet this evening.
Odl Fellows meet tonight.
Board of Trade meets Thursday ev evening.
ening. evening. Mr. Mason Tison, proprietor of Dnn Dnn-raven
raven Dnn-raven Farm, is among the business
men in the city today.
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open nignt
and day. Merchant's Cafe. tf
Judge W. E. Smith is now number numbered
ed numbered among the automobile owners, re recently
cently recently purchasing a Cadillac.
A full line of loose leaf ledgers,
note books and memorandums al always
ways always on hand at Gerig's. tf
Miss Beatrice Boney returned home
yesterday, after a pleasant visit to
friends in Jacksonville and to her sis sister,
ter, sister, Mrs. Purvis, at Raiford.
Mr. C. II. Lloyd left yesterday for
a trip of two weeks down the eastjj

coast to Key West, thence to Havana, ; Jujy
Cuba. He may extend his journey toijujv
Santiago. july
. Juy
Captain Fred Weihe returned thisijuj

afte moon from Black Point and j

Jacksonville. At the former place hejjujy y gg
attended the officers' school and at theiju jq $o

latter he was the guest oi nis orotner,
Prof. K. J. Weihe.
Saturday night as we were "seeing
the sights" in one of our leading dry dry-goods
goods dry-goods stores, we noticed a bunch of
ladies hose hanging above the coun counter
ter counter and a large tag attached which
read, "7c. per yard, only 10 yards to
a customer." After gasping a few
times and rubbing of eyes, a breeze
blew the card over and the other side
read "15c. per pair."
Mr. R. O. Daniel, an enterprising
young business man of Starke, and
district deputy grand master of the
Odd Fellows for Bradford and Alach Alachua
ua Alachua counties, was in town last night.
Mr. Daniel was a resident of Ocala
some years ago, and has never lost
his friends nor his interest in this
city. He is now prosperous in the
job printing business in the capital
of Bradford.
The pictures at the Temple last
night were exceptionally good. One
subject, "Closing the Circuit," had a
scene of a ship in a storm that was
really sublime. Tonight, the Temple
will have the final chapter of "The
Exploits of Elaine," and several other
good things to go with it.
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. G.
H. Dyke of of Burbank died last night
and was laid to rest in Greenwood
cemetery this morning at 11 o'clock.
Mr. William M. Dale, of Gainesville,
is in the city in the interest of a large
phosphate company of the University
City. He appeared before the board
of county commissioners this forenoon
while in session as a board of equal equalizers.
izers. equalizers. He appeared before the Citrus
county board in the same capacity yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Ferguson,
of the Fairfield section, were in the
city this forenoon for a few hours.
They were accompanied by their son,
Dr. Robert Ferguson, of New Orleans,
who is home for a visit.
Mr. J. M. MerFert says he has a
quantity of as fine cantaloupes as
have been shipped from Florida this
season still in his fields at his Lowell
farm. He is inviting his friends to
join him in his good fortune in hav having
ing having such good fruit this late in the
season.
Mr. W. Holtzclaw, of the Heard
National National Bank, Jacksonville,
is in the city today on business for
that institution.
Miss Byrd Wartmann, who has been
spending the past three weeks at Cit Cit-ra,
ra, Cit-ra, returning on Sunday's to take her
place as organist at Grace church, has
returned home.
On, the night of August Gth, 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
encourage us with a short talk.
For plumbnig and electrical worTc
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300 f
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
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
. CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the city.

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WE AT II EK REPORT
This reporl Is made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, ofheial observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. Max. Min R. F.
July
. .83
..88
..91
..95
..90
..90
..94
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4Z
70
70
.24
,12
.02
.24
.41
.41
1.23
.30
.07
.20
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73
74
71
71
72
72
74
74
71
73
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July 11
89
July 12 87
July 13
July 14
July 15
July 16
92
93
94
94
95
90
90
90
81
81
80
, 87
80
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July
July
July
July
17
IS
19
20
73
74
73
74
74
74
09
71
71
1.14
.90
July 21
July 22
July 23
July 24
July 25
Jply 20
4.03!
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Local Forecast
Fair in northwest portion and prob probably
ably probably showers in peninsula tonight and
Wednesday.
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 fine chance for people up
this way to see the great Gulf City.
Diarrhoea Quickly Cured
"About two years ago I had a se severe
vere severe attack of diarrhoea which lasted
for over a week," writes W. C. Jones
Buford, N; D. "I became so weak that
I could not stand upright. A druggist
recommended Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy; ,The
first dose relieved me and within two
days I was as well as ever." Obtain Obtainable
able Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
U. S., Not U. 8. A.
Do you know what is the proper
abbreviation of the United States? It
Is U. S. It is not U. S. A. There is
widespread and apparently utter ig ignorance
norance ignorance of this fact. The initials U. S.
A. are the oOit iiily accepted abbrevia abbreviation
tion abbreviation for. United States army and do not
under any possible conditions ever
mean United States of America. At
this time, when so many manufactur manufacturers
ers manufacturers in this country are branding their
goods as made in the United States,
this is lmiMirtant. The brand of U. S.
A. upon any tiling moans that it was
manufactured for the United States
army. "Made In U. S." is the brand
which should Ik?" put upon all goods
manufactured in this country. Albany
Knickerbocker Press.
Woes of an Author.
"How's your new book coming on?"
"Passably well. The demand Isn't
what it should be. 1 mean among pur purchasers.
chasers. purchasers. And. of course, if people don't
buy the book thero's nothing in it for
me."
"I see. By the way, I'm reading It
now. Blnks loaned me a copy that
Tompkins borrowed from Bradley.
Pretty fair story." Cleveland Plain
Dealer.
Earth's Diameter.
The earth's greatest diameter Is not
necessarily at the equator. According:
to the eminent Professor Ilenkey, the
actual greatest din meter is that taken
from the summit of Mount Chimbo Chimbo-razo.
razo. Chimbo-razo. The line drawn from this point
to the opposite side on a point In Su Sumatra
matra Sumatra gives a diameter of 7.929 miles
New York American.
Rubbing It In.
Miss Elderly The insulting wretch!
Die asked me if I remembered the
dreadfully cold winter of 1S79. Think
of it! Miss Keen Oh. I'm sure he
didn't mean to offend you. dear. He
probably didn't know what a bad mem
ory you have. Boston Transcript.
Use Nyal's lamiiy remedies. All
good good for all. Sold by Annex
Drug Store. 16-tf

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The

ook
crap
Made the Kaiser Laugh.
Amontr the officers who resemble the
kaiser, Wilhelm II.. is a voting captain
who has a pnli::ious talent of imita imitation.
tion. imitation. Some months lnfiro the wat
this captain found himself in a hall f
the imierial palace at I'otsdam. He
was there with other of Lis fr;.-:;I-who
were officers and !'nn an in i-
tation of the kaiser with extraordinary
! precision In tone, quality of voice, j-'e-i-i
ture and appoaraiH-e. All at orve a
'terrible silence. Wilhelm II. had ar
rived In the hall. The officers saluted j
respectfully and remained motionless. 1
"Very well; go on:' said the kaiser,
addressing the captain. "I did not
know you had this talent. The offi officer
cer officer hesitated a moment; then, extend extending
ing extending his arm and reproducing the in intonation
tonation intonation of his sovereign, cried in a
i strong voice, "Captain, you should be
chased out of the army, but in consid consideration
eration consideration of your youth and because I
know you to be a worthy and brave
soldier I panlou you." The kaiser
laughed, and the captain was not pun
ished. Xou veil e Revue.
Life and Work.
Isn't it Btrango that princes and king
And clowns who caper In aawdut rings
And common people, like you and me.
Are workers for eternity?
Each la given a ba of tools.
A ehapeles mass and a book of rules.
And each must make ere life be flown
A stumbling block or a stepping stone.
Tamar Faed.
A Hearty Meal.
"When I was a little girl," says a
corresiondent, "I had the honor of be being
ing being introduced to Mark Twain. It was
just lefore Thanksgiving, and I very
proudly told him that I was going to
spend the holiday with my aunt in New
York.
" 'Really?' he drawled, with the most
flattering show of interest. 'Well, I
hope you will feel after dinner Just as
I did when I went there to a banquet
a few months ago.
"Of course I instantly demanded to
know, 'How was that?'
" 'Verv thankful. answered Mr.
Clemens, with preternatural solemnity.
'Very, very thankful because I still had
one article of apparel that wasn't too
tight a fit for comfort
'"Oh, I know,' I guessed eagerly.
'Your shoes!' IJut the humorist shook
his head.
" 'No, no, he corrected, with gentle
sadness; 'my umbrella! Youth's
Companion.
He Aimed High.
President Lincoln once had a singu singular
lar singular Interview with a persevering straug straug-ger.
ger. straug-ger. This was a man who had been no noticed
ticed noticed hanging about the White House
in Washington. Asked his business, he
said he wanted to see Mr. Lincoln and
was not going away until he had seen
him. Ultimately the president granted
the visitor an Interview.
"Say, Mr. Lincoln," he began, "do you
want a secretary of war? For, if you
do, I'm your man."
' The president informed him that at
that moment he was not in need of
such an article.
With that the stranger withdrew, but
as he was leaving the room he turned
and said, "Say, Mr. Lincoln, have you
such a thing as a pair of old trousers?"
After a hearty laugh Lincoln told his
visitor he almost deserved the secre secretaryship,
taryship, secretaryship, "because," he added, "you
aim high."
Left Him In a Daze.
Not that It has anything to do with
statecraft, but when George Ade and
Ort Wells went around the world to together
gether together a steamship agent at Rangoon
"done 'cm dirt." They had paid extra
fare on a stateroom to hold It all the
way from Calcutta to Singapore, but
the British agent at Rangoon crowded
another passenger into their cubby
hole.
Clear up to the minute of sailing
they fussed with the agent, but he
was a snarling, sallowed wreck of hu humankind,
mankind, humankind, and they were in a strange
land. 'Twasn't.any use.
It was a desperately hot morning,
and the agent was the only white man
In sight. Just before the gangplank
was pulled in Wells walked over to
the agent and said:
"You have played us a contemptible
trick, but we are going to get even
with you."
"Oh, you are, are you?" says he. "I
should jolly well like to know how you
Intend to get even."
"Well." replied Wells solemnly, "we
are about to leave this place, and you
have to stay here."
All the way out of the harbor they
could see him still standing there try trying
ing trying to figure it out Detroit Free Press.
Lack of Precision.
Most imiortant to Marshal Canrob Canrob-ert's
ert's Canrob-ert's mind was the wording of an order
so that it cM'd not Ik? misinterpreted,
nml his f;M try was "Le Bour
geois de Fah: In the town of Fa-
laise an ord. r .:.s fir some good rea reason
son reason Issued that 1:0 one should go out
at night without a lantern. The first
night after the Issue of the order an
oilieial ran up against a man in the
dark and took him Iefore the authori authorities.
ties. authorities. "Where is your lantern?" "It I
here." "But there is no candle in It."
"Your order said nothing about a can candle."
dle." candle." On the next night the same
bourgeois was again run into and
again brought up. "What have you to
ay?" "Here is the lantern and the
candle in it." "But the candle is not
li-htcd." "Your order said nothing
nlHjut its being lighted."
Tired, Aching Muscles Relieved
Hard work, over-exertion, mean
stiff, sore muscles. Sloan's Liniment
lightly applied, a little quiet, and your
soreness disappears like magic. "Noth "Nothing
ing "Nothing ever helped like your Sloan's Lin Liniment.
iment. Liniment. I can never thank you enough,"
writes one grateful uer. Stops suffer suffering,
ing, suffering, aches and pains. An excellent
counter-irritant, better and cleaner
than mustard. All druggists, 25c. Get
a bottle today. Penetrates without
rubbing. Adv. 2
ADVERTISE IN THE STAR.

The Fire C33.
Th.? "fire l- 'u" a r. !i- of the oM
days rf v.-'.;.u '.;;. Kvery whab-r
and s. .-ilcr u-c.l t c.irry sn h a l iz.
It w;. f t.u 4 :il::t ne foot in
Ifiiilh :snl six in !u- i:i width. It was
li;.-d wW'tt vati r;r if material, with
interlinim.' -f !;: -t 1j and thlk flan flannel.
nel. flannel. In tiii.- was i.'.i'-d the flint and

tin-hrU.;i f.-.r killing lire. The bag
was th !i s' -;;n ly fastened with double
tlajs .ij.'i tied ia Sik b a manner as to
keep it roL'.fi.tx Iry.
It w:i the I ity of the second mat'
to hx.; ;ift r the I'.ie bag. ;m.l in case
of sLipwrt !; to ::tt.n h it at once to
Lis pfr.-. n lv- m.-ans "f stout straps
provided f..r the purple. So. if officers
and ( rnv w,-re c.:t away ou some de deserted
serted deserted .-horn. the n.cv. ns of obtaining a
fire w.-re i.e-t wanting so long as the
precious iite bag was afe.
The niU r;i st am whalers and seal sealers
ers sealers tarry a lire bag btowt-d in the life lifeboats
boats lifeboats with the I. r.ad and water, but It
is of rubber, and contains half a dozen
water tigiit tia boxes of matches.
Philadelphia I'ress.
How a Siphon Acts.
The main principle of the siphon I
the same as that of a suction pump
viz. that If a vacuum be created in a
tube inserted hi water the normal pres pressure
sure pressure of the atmosphere will cause the
water to rise in the vacuum to a
height of about thirty-three feet. The
siphon is a bent tube, one side or leg
of which is longer than the other, and
the conditions of its successful opera operation
tion operation are. first, that the shorter side or
leg be placed in the water; second, the
longer sl'e or leg to hang freely over
the edge of the vessel; third, a vacuum
to be created throughout the length of
the tube by sucking the air from the
longer side. This will be immediately
followed by a tlow of water, which
will continue as long as the mouth of
the shorter side or leg of the tube re
mains under the surface of the water.
In transferring water from a lower
level care should bo taken not to re remove
move remove the short side from the water, as
that would destroy the vacuum and
cause the flow to stop.
English Conservatism.
Day and night, winter and summer.
In all weathers, a tug with steam up
Is stationed on the Thames at the Tow Tower
er Tower bridge. It is a floating illustration
of the fact that parliament Is some
times only sometimes, of course course-needlessly
needlessly course-needlessly fussy. When the bill em empowering
powering empowering the corporation of London to
bnild the bridge was passing through
the house of commons a provision was
Inserted requiring the stationing of this
tug as aforesaid, so as to be handy "in
case of wreck." The promoters pre
tested "hat the cost of the tug would
far exceed any benefit to be derived
trom it. The commons thought they
knew better and insisted. The bridge
was opened about sixteen years ago.
and the tug has cost the city of Lon
don 31 per week ever since. Yet Its
services "in case of wreck" or any
other emergency have never once been
required. -London Express.
Earthquake Shocks.
There are such things ns earth waves
ns well as ether waves. But while the
ether waves have, by the genius of a
Marconi, been harnessed into the serv service
ice service of mankind, no scientist has yet
discovered any 11.es for earth waves
or even any means of utilizing them.
The sho'I; of a seismic disturbance
travels in waves at the rate of two
miles a seeoml in the aetual vicinity of
the disturbance, and this rate rapidly
diminishes as the distance traveled by
the earth waves increases. The deepei
the originating movemei t happens to
be the farther the slunk travels, but
the deeper the movement, on the other
hand, the less extensive and usually
the less serious, from the point of view
of loss of life, is the visible effect on
the earth's suiface.
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.
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Talked the Bill to Death.
One of the most dramatic holdups In
congress wa. made iu llJl by Senator
Thomas II. Carter of Montana, who
talked to death a f'VVMV") river and
harbors bill chiefly lcause the hoiu-e
had refused to appropriate money to
irrigate the dry lands .f the west-
I shall do what lies in my power t
prevent this bill from passing." the
senator shouted. "It will not pnss It
my strength does not fail to surb ai
extent that I can no longer nvupy this
floor, ami I am in a pretty fair state
of health."
To the laughter of the senate and the
galleries Carter then descriled the
clam Cats and the mud banks of un unheard
heard unheard of places for which large appro appropriations
priations appropriations bad Ihtd made in the present
bill. He discussed the draft and ton tonnage
nage tonnage of the scows and the lobster Mts
lie lasted fr more than thirteen hours.
When 0 was through the congress
was dead, the senator's own term was
ended, and it was time to Inaugurate
Vice President l.oosevelL New York
nerald.

Boxing With the Feet.
The form of boxing known as Mla
savate." in which the feet are used ns
well as the fists and kicks are as legiti
mate as blows, has for a long time
been a popular exercise In French gym
nasla and schools of arms. The first
principle is that the whole weight of
the lody shall Ik? plnerd on one leg
and that the farthest from the adver adversary.
sary. adversary. The disengaged leg is ued n
an adjunct to the fist and flies out
with astonishing swiftness and accura
cy of aim. The "coup de savate" print printer
er printer is the "chasse" off the right foot or
"shin hit," a dangerous blow, but one
that is easily avoided by raising the
left knee to the level of the waist.
Formidable as this method of assault
and others, such as the "coup d'arret."
or straight stop hit. and the "coup de
figure." or swinging face kick, may be
and undoubtedly are with np exert.
the parries and guards are simple and
sure If properly used. Washington
Star.
Commas.
The French do not as a rule employ
Inverted commas to Indicate a dia dialogue,
logue, dialogue, but they employ the dasn to In Indicate
dicate Indicate a change of speakers, which is
Just as bad. Certainly many punctua punctuation
tion punctuation marks are sadly misused or over overused.
used. overused. Dickens fluuf unnecessary com commas
mas commas all over his pages whole bat battalions
talions battalions of them. Walter Pater also
employed them with extraordinary
prodlgality.'frequently before the word
-and" where the conjunction rendered
them superfluous. Pater was also
overfond of the ulark of exclamation,
so that when he drops n Yes" Into
his measured style It must needs ap appear
pear appear as "Yes!" But, though the Bible
does without Inverted commas, there
Is real art in its punctuation. How ad admirably
mirably admirably it marks the cadence and helps
the dm ma in that great story of the
prodigal son! London Tit-Blta.
Wash All Fruit.
Incoming cargoes of fruits should be
closely observed for traces of poison
ous Insecticides. Growers are not al always
ways always careful to remove all traces of
sprays before marketing their fruit
Housekeepers can protect themselves
from dauper from this source by wash
ing all fruit in several waters beforp
serving it It would be advisable and
Insure greater safety to wash the fruit
before placing it In the storeroom or
Ice chest fprays and powders of suf
ficient strength to kill Insects whlcii
feed upon and destroy fruit trees and
fruit would prove fatal to life if par partaken
taken partaken of by human beings.
Necessitarians.
The philosophic term "necessitarians
is used to denote those persons that
deny the freedom of will and assert
that in human conduct all volitions
are determined by moUves that obey
the law of causation as Invariably as
do the forces of nature. The word
'determinists' was suggested as a
substitute by John Stuart Mill and has
been very generally adopted. New
York American.
Appreciated.
Tubb Old boy. I want to congratu congratulate
late congratulate you on your speech at the ban banquet
quet banquet last nluht O'Sudds (after wait waiting
ing waiting a moment) I know you do, pard.
and you're awfully sorry you can't do
It truthfully. I appreciate the effoi'.
Just the same. Nasty weather, lsn t
it? Chicago Tribune.
Fishing de Luxe.
-Come on and go fishing with me."
"Aw. fishing Is too rough sport.
There's mud and briers and rocks and
damp boats."
1 see. Your Idea of fishing Is to sit
Xn a hotel lobby and angle for goldfish
In a fountain.- Louisville Courler Courler-JournaL
JournaL Courler-JournaL Horrified.
"Oh. let me tell you the scandal
about the first secretary's wife, Mrs.
Leiehtlngerr
-I've already been told of.lt by the
com rt roller's wife. Mrs. Zangleln."
-What! lou associate with that old
gossip!" Munich Fllegende Blaetter.
Wind and Rain.
The wind blows In a circle around a
storm, and when it blows from the
north the heaviest rain is east of you;
from the south, the heaviest rain U
west: from the east the heaviest rain
(s. south; from the west, the heaviest
rain Is north of you.
Clean Living.
James A bath bun and two sponjrc
cakes, please. Waitress Two ppongea
and a bath for this gentleman, please!
London Opinion.
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
I'ucklen'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. Adr. 2

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