The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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ASSOCIATED
PRESS
SERVICE

VOL 21. OCA LA. FLOKIOA. WEDNESDAY. JULY 2f 1915 NO. 177'
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE

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Determined
EXCELLENT ARTILLERY OF THE
London, July 28. Though the Ger- j
mans hold the line from the Gulf oft
Riga, encircling Warsaw and extend extending
ing extending to the Galician frontier near
Sokau, it is estimated they have lost
500,000 men.
The Russia'n lines are not yet brok broken
en broken on the Narevv river. North of War Warsaw
saw Warsaw the Russians have resisted stub stubbornly,
bornly, stubbornly, holding Gen. von Hindenburg
in check. To the south, the combin combined
ed combined Teutonic forces are trying to seize
the Lublin-Chelm railway. For days
they have been near success without
actual achievement. Fighting on the
latter front has been renewed with
great intensity. The Teutons claim to
have improved their positions on the
extreme right, which is resting on
the Rug river.
Immediately west of Warsaw, com comparative
parative comparative quiet prevails. It is believ believed
ed believed the "crisis will soon be reached
along the Lublin-Chelm railroad or in
the Narew region.
FRENCH AND ITALIANS
ON THEIR FRONTS
GAIN
Italian gains on the Carso plateau
and French gains in the Vosges moun mountains
tains mountains are about the only developments
in the other theater of war.
The Italians claim to have taken
o,200 prisoners on the Carso plateau.
THE ITALIANS PROGRESS WITH
THEIR OFFENSIVE
Artillery is, playing an important
part along the Isonzo where for three
days the Italians have concentrated
their fire on the Austrian positions.
Geneva dispatches declare the Aus Aus-trians
trians Aus-trians are evacuating Goriza and the
evacuation of Pedgoro is only a ques question
tion question of hours. The same dispatch
says at Bordero the Austrians guard guarding
ing guarding the route to Trieste are unable to
hold their positions. On the Corso
plateau, except for a few trenches the
Italians have captured the entire pla plateau
teau plateau and. the Austrians are losing
thousands of men. The great Italian
offensive on the banks of' the Izonso
is proceeding favorably.
AWFUL FIRE OF ITALIAN AR ARTILLERY
TILLERY ARTILLERY The Italian artillery fire is said to
have exceeded in violence that which
the Austro-Germans employed against
the Russians in western Galicia, which
up to that time was the most terrific
ever known in war.
SHARP LOOKOUT FOR SPIES
A closer check on spies is indicated
by the official notice that travelers to
Scandinavian countries cannot leave
without a special permit from the
home office. This applies to every everybody
body everybody but soldiers and sailors.
DAILY TOLL TO THE SUBS
The Swedish steamer Emma and
the Danish schooners Moria Nep Nep-tunea
tunea Nep-tunea and Lena were sunk by Ger German
man German submarine in the North Sea. The
crews were landed at Blyth. The
trawlers Iconi and Galacia were also
sunk and their crews landed at Lew Lew-isteft.
isteft. Lew-isteft. CARPATHIA WAS CHASED
New York, July 28. The Cunard
liner Carpathia which arrived here
last night from Liverpool was chas chased
ed chased by a submarine off the Irish coast
on July 18th. The Carpathia is the
ship that rescued the survivors of the
Titanic.
CALLING YOUNG MEN TO THE
COLORS
Petrograd, July 28. An imperial
ukase calls to the colors men born in
180G.
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.

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(Associated Press)
'OF ENOUBANCE
AKQUITII TELLS PARLIAMENT
THE WAR IS LIKELY TO
END EARLY
(Associated Tress
London, July 28. The war is likely
to continue for some time. It is a
contest of endurance, so Premier As As-quith
quith As-quith told the House of Commons this
afternoon, while making a general re review,
view, review, in moving to adjourn .Parlia .Parliament
ment .Parliament until Sept. 14th.
WILLISTON INSTEAD OF WALDO
Will be Here to Play the Ocala Team
Tomorrow
The Waldo baseball team which was
to have been here for a game tomor tomorrow,
row, tomorrow, has gone to Tampa, and the Wil Wil-liston
liston Wil-liston team will be here instead.
Ocala has a pleasant memory of
the visit of the Williston nine last
summer and will be glad to have it
repeated. The "Rloxhamites" are a
bunch of clever young men, and will
put up a good game.
On account of the county division
contest, which makes the two towns
in a sense rivals, it is desirable that
our people extend to the Williston
boys an even greater proportion of
courtesy than they usually render to
visiting teams.
SHADY
Shady, July 27. Mr. F. G. Buhl and
mother returned from Istachatta last
Wednesday.
A little daughter was "born to Mr.
and Mrs. Tolhert Hodge Sunday
morning.
J. T. E. Gaskins and sons have
been thrashing peas for the farmers
here for the past week. Planting peas
will be the business in hand for a
while now.
Mr. Jim Brown, of Martel, spent a
few days here last week. He was an
interested helper in the working of
Mr. Gaskins'' new pea thrasher.
Miss Mary Gaskins is visiting in
Martel.
Miss Beatrice Boney was the guest
of Miss Bonnie Purvis last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Zeb Freeman spent
Saturday and Sunday in Belleview.
Mr. and Mrs. Jones, of Terra Ceia
Island, were guests of Mr. Hutchinson
and family lat week.
Mr. and Mr?.. R. D. Douglass and
little daughters, Elena and Lillian, of
Weii sdale, spent Sunday here with rel relatives.
atives. relatives. Mr. Walter and Vivian Doug Douglass
lass Douglass returned with them for a week's
stay at the lake.
Mrs. Hairy Caruthers was hostess
at a lovely moonlight party Saturday
evening. Many out door games were
played, while a few enjoyed some par parlor
lor parlor games. At a late hour chicken
purlo, crackers, pickles, etc., were ser served
ved served and soon after all left for home,
thanking Mr. and Mrs. Caruthers for
a pleasant evening.
A small party went to Lake Weir
Thursday for a picnic. Having no au automobile
tomobile automobile we drove two quick mules
and arrived at the lake about 9:30 a.
m. The day was ideal for bathing, be being
ing being cloudy and light rains falling. We
enjoyed a "splash party" before and
after dinner and the entire day was
one of pleasure. We reached home
about sunset.
! Arthur Dcuglrss ard J. P. Phillips
j motored to Fellowship Monday on bus-
Mrs. WTi!l Woods and family were
pleasant visitors at Sunday school
last Sunday afternoon.

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Poland With
AUG AUSTRIANS ALONG
TROUBLE III HAYT
ANOTHER MURDEROUS OUT OUTBREAK
BREAK OUTBREAK IN THE BLACK
REPUBLIC
(Associated Press)
Port an Prince, Hayti, July 28.
The night passed quietly. The pop population,
ulation, population, however, is highly indig indignant
nant indignant at the massacre yesterday of
100 political prisoners. Today crowds
threatened another attack on the
French legation, where President
Guillaume took refuge after the ex executive
ecutive executive mansion was partly destroyed.
It is generally feared the period of
Vilm will be followed by a violent re reaction.
action. reaction. The body' of General Oscar,
who ordered" the executions, remains
where he fell after facing a firing
squad of revolutionists.
MOP. BROKE LOOSE AGAIN
Port an Prince, July 28, 1 p. m.
The mob at noon invaded the French
legation, dragged President Guill Guillaume
aume Guillaume to the street, shot him, muti mutilated
lated mutilated the body and dragged it thru
the streets at a rope end.
The attack folowed the funeral of
1(0 political prisoners who were mas massacred
sacred massacred yesterday. Most of the mob
were relatives of the victims. The
people are excited and further vio violence
lence violence is feared.
A CRUISER ON THE WAY
Washington, July 28. The cruiser
Washington in command of Rear Ad Admiral
miral Admiral Caperton with 700 blue jackets
and 100 .marines, left Cape Haiten
last night for Port au Prince.
CANDLER
Candler, July 25. Mr. Harry Bax Baxter
ter Baxter entertained a number of friends at
a splash party and fish fry at Lake
Weir several evenings ago.
An ice cream sale was conducted
under the auspices of the Ladies' Aid
Society, Saturday afternoon and even evening.
ing. evening. Mr. Raymond Marshall, assistant in
the depot, has accepted a lucrative
position in Massachusetts.
Misses Mattie Marshall and Ethel
Nixon, two of Oklawaha's belles, were
the week end guests of Mrs. J. N.
Marshall.
Mesdames Iliscock and Moore and
Miss Florence Moore spent a part of
the past week at Lake Weir, visiting
Mrs. Geo. Russell.
Mrs. Rumalett and Miss Rumalett,
who have been the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. C. Kline for the past three
weeks, have returned to their home in
Kansas, via Ohio.
The vacancy in the M. E. church
pulpit, made by the resignation of the
pastor, Rev. A. B. McDonald, has
been filled by a young pastor in Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, who will in the near future
assume his new duties. It is reported
that Rev. McDonald is some whnt in in-proved
proved in-proved in health since reaching a
more northern climate.
Miss Wood, of Cornell, was the
guest Sunday and Monday of Mrs. A.
Belcher.
Mrs. Ada Roth returned to Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Monday, after a pleasant visit
to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Kline.
There was a song service in the
Methodist church last Sunday evening
which was led by Mrs. Moore and
was well attended.
OCALA SEED STORE
. A full line of Corn, Oats, Bran,
Shorts, Hay and Mr'asses feeds. G5tf
SEE '1MB FARM on tne SiHvr
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs, tf

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WILL HAVE ONE OF
RATES IN

BONDS FOR IMPROVEMENTS SOLD 10 OHIO BIDDER

The city council met last night in
adjourned session with a full board
J
present, namely: Chairman Meffert,
Councilmen Knight, Tompkins, Rooss,
Gerig, Moore, Smith, Nash and Faus Faus-ett.
ett. Faus-ett. The matter of the sale of bonds wa
taken up and the entire file or minutes
of the actions of the board of bond i
trustees, consisting of Messrs. R. S.
Hall, chairman; W. T. Gary, secre secretary,
tary, secretary, and E. J. Crook, together with
the offer and their acceptance of the
bid of the Commercial Bank to buy
the ? 100,000 sewerage bonds and the
? ."5,000 of waterworks bonds. The
minutes showed that the offer had
been accepted and that the funds were
to be left in the bank without inter interest,
est, interest, that the city was to pay the sum
of $0,f50 for expenses, attorney fees,

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was 10 pay par lor ine oonus anu in interest
terest interest to date of delivery.
In the report the managers of the
Commercial Bank stated that they
did not wish to withdraw their offer,
but were advised that it would be il-

legal, the chairman of the board of"1 !-"-' -bond
trustees being a director in their T;xt .rt ''ar-meeting, at which time
bank and fhe vice president of the!11'" f',',.k;VM a;kcd to Lhav,e a11 nc1c"
bar.k was a member of the council, fmat.on at hand and the
and the bank was therefore willing to I ufcrcnt ccmw.ttccs their estimates
abide bv the decision of the board of f"f tor the ensuing year. The
I .i i clerk stated that the tax rolls for the

The minutes of -the board of bond 'ear iyi4 U'tald f.COO and for
trustees then showed that the next J1'1'' Vr'2'48? ,that ,!he mUlaSe

bid they had was from Messrs. Moch- U '"'"'
ler, Cummings & Prudden of To'edo. Mesrs'T1. T. Monroe, R. I Rog Rog-Ohio.
Ohio. Rog-Ohio. whose bid was Mentimllv r.r.Ier?' Len Khemauer and J. E. Chace

same as the one made by the Comrner-i

cird Bank in all respects, and was ac-I .,,J,"U l? ty"- "1M,lul,ons
omnr.nied by a certified check forl'nten,ts in the matter of levy for the
$7,750. and they recommended to tl-1 J r the special act of the last

council that the same be' accepted.
Some discussion followed and figures
were offered to show how much the
bonds would bring net, when the lost
intrpst nnil thf PYnfn?p Wfrp firriir-
ed in. and the result showed that the
bonds would be selling practically at

91 and a fraction. Considerable dis-l!ie JoI!ov.-,ng statement of the opera opera-cussion
cussion opera-cussion followed and the cha5rman ton and earnings of the electric plant
called on several prominent c5tizens for the half year ending July 1st.
who were in the audience for their ; Operation and Profit and Loss Ac Ac-opinions.
opinions. Ac-opinions. They were of the unani-j rount for Six Months Ending

mous opinion that the city should ac-J
ccpt the offer. Mr. Munroe, Col. Rog-'
ers and Dr. Chace expressed them-)
selves. Mr. Munroe stated that while
the expenses of the sale seemed high,
in view of all circumstances and con-
ditions he thought it as well as th
city could do, even though the entire j
matter was thrown up and the salV
of bonds re-advertised, and he thought
the offer should I? accepted.
Mr. Roess offered a resolution that
the bond trustees' report be concurr-j
rd in and adopted, with the addition'
of a clause, requiring the bank or
banks handling the funds to give a!
good and sufficient bond of 50'r of j
the amount carried by it or each to in-i
damnify the city. i
Much discussion followed, in which!
Mr. Meffert and Mr. Gerig raised ob-l
jections and did not favor the paying J
of such heavy expenses for the sale j
of the bonds nor the loss of interest, j
A vote was finally taken, Messrs. Mef- j
fcrt and Gerig voting no and the other!
seven members voting yes and the re
port of the bond trustees was adopted
and the sale of the Mnd to Messrs.
Moehler, Cummings & Prudden was
ratified. A representative of the firm!
who was present was asked how soon j
he could have the money here and!
available and he said within fifteen
days, as he would take with him
transcripts of all documents that his
firm's lawyers would have to pass
upon and the work would soon be
done.
Contractor McCaskill, representing
the Laptist church, was present re-

garding the building permit for theU'f fdx months would be $420, hence
new Sunday school annex that had the plant should have credit for $108.

been held up. After considerable dis discussion,
cussion, discussion, the permit was granted, the
church to cover the building, sides
and roof, with iron. It was found to
be within the fire limits and not in
keeping with the fire ordinance. Mr.
Meffert. we remember, voting against
it.
The communication from the Star
to publish the delinquent city tax
list for 15 cents a single column line,
and. should it be awarded the list,
supply the Banner with the type for
one free insertion, was referred to the
finance committee with power to act.
A communication was read from a

THE LOWEST ELECTRIC LIGHT
AMERICA
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. certain creditor of a policeman in the
employ of the city and of another
creditor of a fireman, asking for re
lief for bills long due, which they
could not collect. After some dis
cussion, Mr. Roess moved that the
j two men be notified to appear before
the council and show cause why they
should not pay the bills or be dis discharged,
charged, discharged, under the provisions of the
resolution of-several years ago.
City Collector and Treasurer Clyatt
made report of the errors and doubles
in the tax rolls and n-ke-d to have
them cancelled and that he be allowed
credit for same. This was ordered
done.
A communication was read from the
city attorney covering the matter of
cf city pavini? certificates.
FIXING THE MILEAGE
The matter of fixing the millage for
the city for the next year, was brought
up. After some discussion it was de-
were present :-t a committee from the
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' ,MJ" urc'i 'r 1 n inc c l coun
! t il to levy a tax of not exceeding one
mill for hospital, publicity and rest
room aid r purposes. The committee
decided wait till the matter was
1,1 -h,1. v at the next oting.
'The. 'nt an1 watcr committee filed
June 30. 191.1
DEBIT.S
ICe st of Manufacture.
I Generating and Maintenance:
j Power plant wages $2,433.50
Fuel for power 5,013.00
Lubricants and waste 335.49
Miscellaneous supplies and
I expenses
j Boilers .
143.15
577.27
I Engines 284.f.5
Cost of Distribution.
Opeiating:
Miscellaneous expenses
S8.7S7.0G
34.94
Overhead system 471.18
L:mps 205.01
:
$ 711.73
General Expenses:
Salaries clerks 270.00
Printing and stationery
Interr -t coupons
Miscellaneous
r,4.45
834.00
412.86
I
$ 1,581.31
Balance profit $ 5,710.47
J CREDITS
Electric light mm vice from
Jan 1, 1915, to June 30,
1915, (including service
to the city) $10,790.57
Note: Above is shown a credit bal balance
ance balance of S5.710.17 for six months op operation.
eration. operation. You will also note that the
electric light plant has U.tn charged
with ."4, interest on ? 14.200 out outstanding
standing outstanding londs. Interest for a peri oil
This shows a profit of ?0,324.47. Make
allowance for depreciation of 10 x
for six months on the eriginal invest investment
ment investment of .14.20O, would be S710, show showing
ing showing net profit of $5,014.47 for six
months beginning January 1, 1915,
ending June 30, 1915.
The city is to be congratulate-d on
the Fplendid showing made by the
electric light plant, under the able
management ef our superintendent,
Mr. Caldwell, and we recommend
that the council consider a reduction
in rates and adopt schedule that was

(Con-uded on Fourth Fage)

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Six Hundred Funerals Held To
day in Chicago

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WRECK OF

STIGATI0I1

(Associated Press)

Chicago; July 28. The work of
raising the hu of the Eastland has
started. It will take ten days, it is
said. Investigations continue. Forty
divers are searching the river bed.
Mayor Thompson returned from
San Francisco and conferred with de department
partment department heads immediately.
Chicago paid tribute to the dead in
a drizzling rain. The day was set
aside for public mourning. The fun funerals
erals funerals of GOO took place. The Board
of Trade session was short, the ball
games were postponed and many bus business
iness business houses closed.
Motor trucks and hay ricks were
used to carry the bodies.
The federal government is in charge
of the Eastland's hull.
LOADED BEYOND THE LIMIT
v Chicago, July "28. Overloading, under-ballasting
and grounding on the
river lottom were cited in yesterday's
testimony at the coroner's inquest as
reasons why the steamer Eastlad tum tum-e!
e! tum-e! over Saturday and drowned hun
dreds of excursionists. Adam F.
Weckler, harbor master, and Joseph
R. Lynn, assistant harbor master,
both present when the steamer cap capsized
sized capsized with 2,500 persons aboard, as-
criled the accident to these causes and ;
told the coroner that the boat was j
"cranky" and never should have car
ried more than 1,200 persons.
STANDARD OIL PEOPLE HAVE
SETTLED THEIR FIRST
STRIKE
( ASi.Jv-Iatd Press)
New York, July 28. The strike at
the Bayonne plants of the Standard
and Tidewater Oil companies has end ended.
ed. ended. Virtually every man has return
ed to work. The Vacuum and General I
Oi companies plants, which closed!
during the rioting, have resumed.
THE IIAYCRAFT
MILLINERY PARLOR
The Haycraft Millinery Parlor is
pleased to announce to its customers
and the millinery trade in general,
that it has been fortunate in secur securing
ing securing a contract with Mrs. Allegood for
the coming season.
Mrs. Allegood comes recommended
as having no peer in the South for
practical and artistic millinery ability.
She has served the trade here suc successfully
cessfully successfully for a year and a half as
trimmer for Miss Mary Affleck and
will continue to serve all as before
and to a better advantage, trusting
with the greater privileges permit permitted
ted permitted to be in a position to serve many
more.
All the best fashion marketiwill be
at her disposal.
The Haycraft establishment means
to serve you with the most elegant
and beautiful millinery ever brought
to Ocala; leaving no' stone unturned
to make things artistic and practical
and prices right.
Mrs. Allegood leaves in a few days
for New York, where she will spend
several weeks attending the openings,
inspecting styles, and buying. She
will return home by the way of Phil Philadelphia,
adelphia, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Atlanta. It.
SHELLED AN ITALIAN CITY
Verona, July 2. An Austrian aero aeroplane
plane aeroplane dropped about a dozen bombs
here yesterday, but there were no
casualties and little damage.
All the forts fired at the aeroplane,
but it escaped. The city is at the base
of the Tyrolesesalps, with a popula population
tion population of 75,000. Verona U distinguish distinguished
ed distinguished for its medieval palaces, collec collections
tions collections of paintings, rare books and an an-tiouities.
tiouities. an-tiouities. For plumbi.ig and electrical work
ee II. W. Tucker. Phone 300 f

AT AGAIN

LOCAL NEWS
TO
PRESS TIME

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TO ESTABLISH BLAME FOR THE
THE EASTLAND
BECKER'S
SLIM CHANCE
THERE IS A BARE POSSIBILITY
HE WILL OBTAIN A NEW
TRIAL
(Associated Press)
New York, July 28. Justice Ford
is considering whether to grant for former
mer former Lieut. Charles Becker a third
trial. He will call Becker and other
witnesses to testify on Becker's mo motion
tion motion for a new trial and spend most
of the night considering. The execu-'
tion is set for Friday. It is under understood
stood understood Justice Ford may ask a further
reprieve. Ford has received letters
and telegrams asking mercy for
Becker.
CONSIDERING THE CASE
Albany, July 28. Governor Whit Whitman
man Whitman was not at the capitol today. His
secretary said he was resting at the
executive mansion. It is believed he
has retired to consider the Becker
c:ise and receive communications.
TOURISTS RAVING
A GOOD TIME
Denver, Colo., July 28. The W.' B.
Cate tour left Jacksonville on the 13th
with 150 in the party. We spent one
day on Lookout mountain and Chat Chattanooga,
tanooga, Chattanooga, coming on to Nashville on
the night of the 14th, where we were
joined by n. party of five. Our next
stop was at the Hyde Park hotel, Chi Chicago,
cago, Chicago, where fourteen people joined
the tourists and all took a trip by the
magnificent boat Columbu3 to Mil Milwaukee,
waukee, Milwaukee, where the time was spent in
auto rides over the city, returning on
the boat. Saturday morning was
spent at the stock yards anJ shop shopping.
ping. shopping. At 2:30 the party assembled
in the lobby of the hotel for an auto
ride to the parks and principal resi residence
dence residence part of the city. At G:30 the
party left Chicago and the next stop
vai for a delicious breakfast at Mis Missouri
souri Missouri Valley and where two young
ladies were missed from the party,
but they telegraphed they would join
us in Omaha, having missed their
train. A stop was made at Omaha to
allow the tourists to go to church "Or
take a trolley ride. While at church
a terrible storm broke over the city.
The writer was in one of the moat
beautiful churches in the west. One
side of the building was a stained
glass window and painting of "The
Ascension." The hail broke great
paps in the window while the rain
Ioured in on. the carpet in great
stream. Yet those westerners sat and
tried to listen to the minister as tho
it was an 'every day affair. The next
stop was made at Grand Island for
dinner at the Hotel Albany, and
where they told us that Grand Island
was the second horse market in the
world. We paw C000 horses in pas pasture.
ture. pasture. There had been unusual floods
all over Nebraska, Missouri and Col Colorado.
orado. Colorado. Some j-mall towns were boat boating
ing boating in the streets and cattle fleeing
for their lives to the higher places.
Some places corn and alfalfa were
submerged and almost out of sight.
Today has been spent in the beautiful
city of Denver, with headquarters at
Hotel -Oxford. We have been taking
auto rides and side trips to the snow snow-caped
caped snow-caped mountains all bundled up, and
even in the city an overcoat and fur3
are quite comfortable. Prof. Cate is
untiring in his efforts' to make every
one comfortable and happy, which all
appreciate. We leave tonight for Col Colorado
orado Colorado Springs, with a jolly crowd
who are all keeping in splendid
health. Have a doctor on board but
he has not had ccasion to open his
medicine case yeL Kate Clements.

CHARLES

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MEFFERT W ANTS CITY
TO HAVE INTEREST
ON ITS .MONEY

R.

BITTING ER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R. Carroll, General Manager Fort V. Leavenjrool, nuMncw Manager
J. II- Benjamin, Editor

Entered at Ocala, Fla., postcffice

second cl a ...; matter

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j Editor Star: In the reference made
; in thi- morning's Banner as to what
j I had to say rejrardinff the sale of
j 1 ond-, I am not quoted correctly.
! What I ud was this: After the eity
paying o50 in commissions, law law-j
j law-j yer's fees, etc., and figuring the loss
I in interest on the money to the city
while it remains on deposit without
. interest to the city, as in my opinion,,

; j.mj,"" oi me wnoie ooim i-.-ue

, "0 j will remain in the hank for nearly aj

(year, and rougniy e.-umaunjr me -n i

?3.00

'g'j would perhaps not realize much overj
; '.U: for the bonds. i

The Diamond
From the Sky

By ROY L. McCARDELL

Copyright. 1915, by Roy L. McCardell

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the diamond
men yearned

tl HW.tS.S it,

L. Palmer in the; is able to make. It is probable that

this summer is seeing the iiign tme

the summer of

j In connection with this,

I want to be misunderstood.

(Continued from T.ast Vee:-i;

An -article by L

Gainesville Sun brines out very:

etno-lv and rip-ht at home, how the; of Teuton success as

w f r -r - i

government inspectors neglected their
duty in the accident to the Eastland.

1UY.', saw the hi'h tide of the South Southern
ern Southern Confederacy. The relative power

o

f the contending forces is about the

I don't
What 1

was contending for is, that the city j

should have interest on the money
while it is not being used.
Respectfully, J. M. Meffert.
Ocala. Fla., July 28, 1913.

The Star has received a dainty card,
announcing that Pleasant Allen Holt,
Jr. has arrived at the home of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pleasant Allen
Holt, at Orange Park, Fla. Here is
luck tothe young man and congrat congratulations
ulations congratulations to his parents.

Several papers in the state, the
Star included, have had too much i
say lately about womer. s dresses.
Women have always dressed pretty
much as they pleased, and always vitl.
Editors had better devote their time
to writing about something they can
influence.
Last week's issue of the Eustis
Lake Region was an immense 08 08-page
page 08-page edition, filled with articles and
illustrations about Eustis and Lake
county. It is an excellent piece of
work and a paper that each Lake
county family should keep among its
records.

same, and it is more than likely the
result will he the same. The nd will
probably come in the autumn or win winter
ter winter of 101C.

BIG DAY AT BLITCHTON

ANOTHER SMART CRAFT
FOR THE OK LA WA HA

C

big meeting at

Connor, July 2t. The dispatch boat
.Josephine was launched from the Con-

CHAPTER V.
The Silent Witness.

AC GUT like a rat In a trap, with

Arthur Stanley outMe the
window serenading the dead as
well its the- living, and Esther

stirring o'erhead. Blair Stanley nerves
himself with a supreme effort and
turns the knob of the study door and
steals down the darkened hallway. lie
unbolts the front door, and. closing it
softly behind him. as thotish he would
shut out the face of the dead man.

ner boat sheds Saturday at 11:30 a. i Iilalr slips across the l.ioad piazza I'd;
rr I r 1 i .1... tnl.t

n. l ne sponsor was .miss loiei a. pn.-miom ui iuc im.uu

;ton tomorrow, at which people j Smoak, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.
all over Marion and Levy coun- L. Smoak, of Silver Springs, and she

There will be

Elitch

f mm

teis will assemble to debate the sub- gracefully and dexterously broke the

iect of county division

Ocala people will attend.

But Arthur has heard the grating of

the lolt, the soft opening of the door.

A number of j bottle of champagne against the 1kw

I .1 Tii, I X 11.1 A ll

as me trim mue noai guueu inio me

A DESERVED PROMOTION

TVf t- .TnVm A. Thackston of the

teachers college and normal school of
the University of Florida announces a
great increase for the school this
summer.' It has 397 students this
term against 2G9 last year; an in increase
crease increase of 128 almost 50 per cent.
The school is doing a great work for
the young men and women of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, and deserves to grow.
The Star has severaltimes asserted
that avarice was one of the worst of
crimes, and the accident to the East Eastland
land Eastland in Chicago, costing more than a
thousand lives is a proof of the as assertion.
sertion. assertion. It was avarice that kept this
cranky vessel afloat after it should
have been condemned, it was avarice
that blinded the inspectors to their
duty and avarice that caused the ship
to be overloaded.

Mr. Robert Taylor, for many years
traveling freight agent of the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Coat Line, has been promoted to

be division freight agent, for all the!

lines in the state. Mr. Taylor's many
friends in Ocala are glad to hear of
hi:: Titfimntinn

ted

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James I. .Ucade; assistant general

freight airent for Florida, ha

promoted to have charge of that of office"
fice" office" for three states, including Flori Florida.
da. Florida. Mr. Meade will be located in
Savannah.

purple Oklawaha.
The throng, dressed in the July pic picnic
nic picnic light colors, stood about on quay,
br.rge, and boats in the ball room and
closely followed the items of events
in the beautiful marine services of
christening and launching of the vessel."

HE'LL C.ET YOUR NUMBER

Mr. O. II. Rogers, of Lynne, one of
Postmaster Roger's strapping sons,
has been appointed state census
enumerator for Marion county, and
has entered upon h;s new duties. Be

nice to him when he comes around, and

he will be nice to you.

A. P. Spencer, of the farmers' co cooperative
operative cooperative demonstration work of the
University of Florida, is authority for
the statement that the corn crop of
Florida will this year aggregate fif fifteen
teen fifteen million bushels, as against eleven
million bushels last year. This, too,
is largely due to the good work dona
by the demonstration agents. Times Times-Union
Union Times-Union Short Talks.
The increase in this single crop will
probably pay all the expense, and a

great deal over, of that department
of the University since it was established.

The Times-Union rejoices over the
fact that the Mexicans backed out of
firing across the border as soon as
positive orders were given American
soldiers to fire in return, and says
that if President Wilson will issue a
positive warning to Great Britain to
stop interfering with our commerce,
the British lion will be as complais complaisant
ant complaisant as the Mexican buzzard. Possibly
the T.-U. is right we would like to
think it is, but Mexico is a small po potato
tato potato alongside of England, and we are

not sure that even Mexico is entirely
good yet.
T-
As will be seen by the report of
the city council meeting elsewhere,
the rate for electric current for light

ing purposes will be reduced from 8
cents to 6. The council has desired
to do this for some time, and has only
delayed the reduction because; it had
to have money for other purposes.
This gives Ocala one of the very low lowest
est lowest rates for electric current in the
country. A notch at a time, our mu municipal
nicipal municipal plant pushes the rate for cur current
rent current down. If the city did not own
the plant,' the people would be pay paying
ing paying 10 or 12 cents, or perhaps more.

Germany and Austria "are putting

forth a superhuman effort to capture

Warsaw and, if possible, a large sec

tion of the Russian armies, and to

drive the survivors clear back into

central Russia. This done, the Teu Teutons
tons Teutons will try to capture Paris and the
channel ports, which will open the
way to an invasion of England. It is
a tremendously big program and may
succeed, but the possibilities are that
it will not. The Teutons may and
probably will capture Warsaw, but
unless the Russian resistance col collapses
lapses collapses the czar's forces can be driven
only a short distance into their own

country, with the certainty of coming
again in a few months. Russia may

make peace at this stage of the game

but if she does she will lose her west western
ern western provinces and all hope of Con Constantinople,
stantinople, Constantinople, and become an Asiatic
instead of an European power. As
for the Teuton offensive in the west,
the French and British line will be as
difficult to break as the Russian, and
once the Teutons come out of their
trenches they will have to fight their
way against a much more powerful
and scientific resistance than Russia

The clause in the latest American
note, which says the United States
and Germany are contending for the
same principle, namely, freedom of
the seas, has caused some, uneasiness
to the government of Great Britain,
which sees in it a possibility that Am America
erica America and Germany may come to an
understanding if not an alliance, on
account, of the bad treatment by the
British of American commerce. This
feeling is probably what has caused
Sir Edward Grey to withdraw the

British note in reply to the American
protest against the orders in council,
and promise another in a few days.
No American will object to any idea
or impression that will cause Great
Britain to give our commerce better
treatment, but until Germany makes

reparation for the death of Ameri Americans
cans Americans on the L,usitania, there is no pos possibility
sibility possibility of this country joining the Ger Germans
mans Germans in any compact against any
other nation. It would be like a man
clasping in friendship a hand stained

with the blood of his kinsmen and

friends.

When the steamer General Slocum

was burned in the East river by New

York a decade ago. there was a great
outburst of public indignation. The

captain was sent to the penitentiary,

but the owners, each one of whom

was more guilty than the captain,
were not interfered with. There was

an immediate revival of vigilance,
however, in regard to excursion boats,
and the public firmly believed that
such accidents would happen no more.
Now comes this even greater horror,
for the same reasons greed of the
, t i i i

owners and carelessness prooaoiy

corruption of the inspectors. The

men who kept the death-craft in ser

vice all should be hung, but no one
who is really guilty will ever be pun

ished the common people will bury
their dead and soon forget. It is
really their fault, for they could have
their rights if they stood together
and demanded them.

J. W. Randall, constructor and own

cr, directed, while these river officers

E. L. Mills, Dick Harrison,

ric Mills. Robert Mathews, C. Car-

been I michael. Ivy Long, Jack Wellhorner,

Victor and Maxie Mason. Others as assisted
sisted assisted them.
The American flag flew from the
stern until exact time to launch when
i was hauled down on account of pre pre-stiving
stiving pre-stiving the colors from the flush

water over the stern post. The flag
was raised again when the boat
cleared later in the day for Silver
Springs- to spin out her maiden trip
to Ocala. U. S. colors were pinioned
to trees and boats and they fluttered
with the leaves of the trees and play played
ed played with the sunshine.

The Silver Springs, Robert Math Mathews,
ews, Mathews, stood by, and the Zip, the Prin

cess Irene, the Sharp Shooter, and
the Clermont were moored around the
Silver Springs to the cross tie barge.
After the Josephine's dip into the
stream, dinner was served. Three hun hun-people,
people, hun-people, and over, were on the banks
and there remained enough dinner
f .1 1 1 1 v 1 T 1

ior anotner nunureu. ucaia, jaiMm-i
ville. Eaton Creek. Lacoota, Powell I

Town, Electra, Eureka, Anthony, Bur Bur-bank,
bank, Bur-bank, Lake Weir, Oklawaha, Muck-

lland, Lynne, Los Kiss, Silver Springs

and other places were represented.

A string band strung tunes out on

the hurricari deck of the cross-tie

barge where also the light footed

ones tripped in the merry dance.

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Todd Randall,

the parents of J. W. Randall, and Mr.
and Mrs. T. W. Randall, parents of

Lonnie Randall, were the hosts and
hostesses. Wenona Randall assisted
and Noah Waldron served Ocala vel velvet
vet velvet cream and soda pop.
The Josephine is a sister vessel to

the Clermont. J. W. Randall built

the Josephine, and Lonnie Randall the

Clermont. The dimensions of the Jo Josephine
sephine Josephine when she went into commis commission
sion commission Saturday were: Length 22 feet,
beam 52 feet, 7-hp Lathrop engine,

S.I '--i
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;- Is

"What are you doing here?"

and has stepped from tho side to tho
front of the house, hoping It Is Esther
who comes In answer to hla serenade
and to receive his contrite pleadings
for forgiveness. He reaches out to em embrace
brace embrace the gentle girl, only to find he

has clasped the stalwart, struggling

frame of a man. The moon breaks
through a cloud as his prisoner strug struggles,
gles, struggles, and Its rays illuminate the face
of Blair Stanley.
"What are you doing here, coming
out of Dr. 'Lee's house at thl3 hour?"
whispers Arthur, tensely.
"Keep quiet, you fool!" Blair Stanley
hisses, like a snake. MA girl's good
name Is at stake."
As Arthur staggers back In horror at
the shameful Inference, Blair Stanley
with a rapid movement draws his re revolver
volver revolver and fires, ne would do a double
murder and win an earldom and the
diamond from the sky. If he can escape
without detection. But the quick arm
of Arthur throws up the pistol and as
Blair fires he wrenches the weapon,
from him. To avoid the shame and

scandal, even of the Inference of tht
base speaking Blair. tU frenzied Ar Arthur
thur Arthur drags him down the pathway and
down the silent village street, as the
cocks are crowing, presaging the com com-lus
lus com-lus of the dawn, ranting and strug-

al! t!
.f t!
It
fr.-:n
for: it

i t-n la : t. t!. :t -:iu-M thorn to lie.
Tir swir.ui" :i:. l even t irr;.e through j

I.I..-..1 f-T it.
! I t!i late Cm'. ih1 Stanley
la: "-;i t:.- baleful !.iTwry f the dia dia-n..
n.. dia-n.. lb it had fallen to the fiet of his
;i l-.. i .:! an -(-t.-r in a meteor. The
Sr. ;.!. y !. ir:; a:ii:it haria" it was
;;;,.!. -u. d nvv -'.i v. i.at harm It had
a!r ;'.iiy 'I'M.'"! Arraj ing brtl.t-r against
i r r. father against s i:. in tlie past.

It b : 1 l: kn woiaen's Le.irt-s the;
v, l.i.v-. ai. I l;'v a l'ai.-. heir held It
:z.i'.ut a b: a-t that a hel in anguish.
Arthur ft a 5:.ti;r-tivtiy that the dla-
:.niid fr-'iu tl:. Uy was responsible;
fir Blair's I;a; uidni the gHl name!
.if s v. oft INJlu-r. ""1 i-Id lr. Iwee's :
fair ward, but Aithur did not know ;
that tli" K'X'l ''lor lay eoUl iu death
tt t1: bn-.d- "f Blair StatiW.
"i v. l!d t'a-.u-ht. t!; wilder hope, I
'i t l" li.ij'it g wh re and under
:. v i .!.. still balding to the dia-

fr tl... s!:y. n .habilitate hlm-
-If r.i. I then seek ut Esther In se-
;t and v.sl lu-r imw I k s.-essed Arthur.

Alii' ire Artli.ir's many extravagances I
which the lax a lniii:itration of estates

In Vir.i:.i j er:nitti-l a scaiognice
was the li;i.vii:g f a costly French
s'.ut iin .l.ile. It was a day w lien auto-

taol.il. -s wi re rarities and luxuries, and :

thv' yom: s-K.ii,li!iiift of Stanley hall

had pre ue I himself with the thought ;

that he would le the first to own an
automobile in ali Fairfax county.
Aithur reasoii.il that Blair, who he
funded was lying dead In the grave
that had been dl-'ged for smother, would
not be found till perhaps noon. Uvea
then they tiii-iht iot connect his tragic
death wiih the broken guitar and the
other si-iis of struggle la the doctor's
garden.
Meanwhile the dawn had come and
Lsther. who had It-en aroused at the
pbtol shots, was in great agitation and
alarm. Comforted and encouraged by
the firt glimpse of dawn, she had
drset nde 1 to the lower hall of the
house. The door of the doctor's study
stood ajar and sjie glanced within.
Tli re in the dim light of the morn morning
ing morning sun filtering through the window
shades she saw the doctor In his
dressing gown stretched limply across

a table. She touched his cheek to

rouse him ami iounn u coin, xuose
pale Hps. kindly even in dentil, could
never keep their promise to tell her
who and what she was "on the mor-
row." Here It was the morrow, and
the lips that could tell were cold In
death.
Nnney. the doctor's colored servant,
was already astir in the kitchen wheu
Esther's cries brought her to the scene;
on the heels of the housekeeper came
AU'X. th r.o -tor's colored horse boy.
Affr the frenzy of tlieir fright had
subsided, the negro boy had run
through the neighborhood arousing it
with news of the tragedy.
At first Fstln r and the neighbors
had believtd the doctor's death had
been from natural causes, the peaceful

passing m or ,u age. iui me uisoruer
of the room, the rilled cash box on the
table, the chisel marked drawer of the"
old bookcase, mid the opened window,
otainst which tho drawn shade flap flapped
ped flapped In the early morning air, mutely
told their tale of theft and murder.
The sheriff had been sent for and
nlr ady r.n eager neighbor had found a

crushed guitar In the dooryrd and the

trampling of tho feet of what appeared

several struggling men in the flower
beds that bordered the walk to the

Erery business man knows hour d-tScu'.t it u t b-? tl.r p:r-on hols and drawer
f hi dek free from the accumulation of u!cr : 1 vry h'newife knows
how difficult it is to keep her homo free frcra V arruni t'atK.n cf a i manner
of useless, thintr. So it is with tho U-S- It clillcult r keep :t fre f mm th
accumulation f waste matter. Unless tae r- tr promptly dim ,ns.teI the maebm maebm-ery
ery maebm-ery of the body aooa becomes clocked. TIJj t the Uir.mr of must human ills.
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Assist3 the stomach ia the pror cirftion cf food, which is tnrncd into bealth bealth-Fustaining
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Natur's channt-U. It makea mea and rrnicn clc-'-bf di ; -d able-tHxiie1 rentores
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AVhen you get your medicines from us they will be pure, fresh
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graveyard. Their feet sink Into a
mound of soft earth by au open and
tewly dag grave. Standing panting
and facing each other with rage and
hate In their hearts and on their faces,
the young men pause a momeut in their
mad struggle. Then Arthur brings out
his own pistol and tho lmg white silk

handkerchief that protrude-, from hi
breast pocket.
"For what you have said about
Esther, either you or I must die.'"
Arthur says. "Take one end of this
handkerchief and stand across this
open grave. Hold the handkerchief in
your left hand, as I hold this corner of
It, Now take your pNtol, and wLea 1
count to 'Threel raise and lire, and the
one of us left alive wi:l pull the dead
man Into the grave!"
Arthur counts "One:" when the ikw
fpnrfnl nmnli-rer essnvs to tire. Hut

the watchful Arthur is to iuk-k lor
him. His pistol speaks first, an 1. in instinctively
stinctively instinctively tugging the ban Ikerchiet

as he tires, Arthur drugs the b.e lii:u
Blair into the grave, prone on his facet
Arthur leaps into the grave after bis
fallen foe and tears open his shTrt t t-see
see t-see if the heart tiii beats, aud tV re.
on the breast of Blair Stanley, glear;s
Iu the moon rays the ev2 flitter of the
diamond from the sky.
Arthur Stanley had known its every
aspect, for the Stan'ey archives are
full of it, in print ai.d manus -lipt. pic pictured
tured pictured and deseri'. i-l. "So thee it lias
been, in the keepi. g of my cou-inT he
mutters, and hardly realizing what he
does, except the baleful gem is his by

every right, he tears it from the ii
of the li- ure in the irave and clambers

out and stumbles n his way.
Beide a cro.-s. white and majestic
in the moonlight, he h ilts. The mo;i
shines n tho diamond in his 1 !;
hands as he stands by the xrave where
lie. as lie believe-, his -aiide l l:: t h-r
Then, fevisni: t! brand of i'ai:i U :i
tiis brow. Artlii.r Stauiey '2-1 iuni,...vs
on, eiu; in.!,' il:e di.::i.oiid ti"':i

the sky in his t .1. i v t.ai.ds.
In the i.ew di;u e Bla;r Stanley
ujoiiiied ;ind -tiiie l. The u .:;. I in
his fie!i,:id had been a gian.-in "lie.
i.nly sul'.ii Sent to Mini liim. and now
us he came to con.-eioii-n's in the
clammy depths ..f the rave hi- tirst
LunmLse wats to clutch wildly at his

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She Found Him Cold In Death.
do, ;.r's gtite. The foo; prints were of
Wvli sli-1 men of -!;iail and shapely
feet, it wa te;-or:ed. No passing rough
marauders. n- ,.;tlaw negro desper desperadoes
adoes desperadoes hail part in th.. murder and rol rol-bery
bery rol-bery la th. d- stu ly. i. ,r had any

such stru'!ed in d-adly combat iu his

hi-;. reL The matter

n. i; -IV.
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Blair St;
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v !i ;d a tr.iiie lilue com

i j!:t il.'s mother, that

it. v.rthv mite J

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EXCURSION

SEA

MONDAY
AUGUST

ROUND TRIP FROM
ALL POINTS BETWEEN

OCALA AND TAMP

TO

jTTi
iwii -i in mi J mmmmtm in mm

TAMPA

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CEL

, $1.00

Leave Ocala 7:00 a.m. Leave Dallas, 7:.3a. m.
Leave Santos, 7:10 a.m. Iave Oxford 7:45 a.m.
Leave Belleviewi 7:23 a.m. Ieave Wild wood, 7:54 a. m.
Leave Summerfield, ....7:32a.m. Iave Coleman, 8:04a.m.
Returning Leave Tampa at :00 p. m. the same day.

Tickets good on special train only. Special coaches for white and colored.

SEE YOUR TICKET AC EXT

G. Z. PHILLIPS, A. G. P. A

Jacksonville, Ha.

'J1PWW'WW1'l,l'l' ''''"'''' "' ll"

JOHN BOISSEAU, C. T. A.,
Ocala, Florida.

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FARE $522 fe-DAILY BETVEEN

bss CXEVEIAND

The Great Ship -SIXANDBEE"

J Th lzrf4 mwt met! ttrrmmrr on mr.j inlan I wzXcr of Ue vorkL Vlet-plag mieani-
f tni fur 1M (wrirti.
-CTTY OF ERIE" 3 n;r.tt Sterner CTTY OF BUFFALO"
C BUFFALO Daily, May 1 tt to Dec 1 tt CLEVELAND
lf Im.v Ka?i . rP.M. lvtrtiJ - M.
fc Ajti Ucvcissxl - T A. U. Armluiu ...

CotTrti-jat CTerelMvd for Coiar l mt, fut- n-Hy. Ivt t wjut H po-nt Art 4
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THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANili CO. QimwmlmnA.

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THREE
ORCHES TRA
PROGRAM CHANGES DAILY
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
ROUND
TRIP TO
CALIFORNIA EI
(If you have :
iu-ms for thi- department, call
t1-
:cne 100)

OCA LA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY. Jl'LY 25, 1913

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AT THE

iPLE THEATER

PROGRAM
THE GIRL AND THE 11 A UllA R KaW m two i ce! Comedy, fea featuring
turing featuring Tom Moore ar;d Marguerite Co -a: tat.
I ATI IE NEWS.
THE TER III RLE ONE Luf-in thie-,e'd diama, featuring Velma
Whitman and L. C. Shun1. way.
ADMISSION: From 3:.: fio 0:)0. FIVE AND TEN CENTS

Thou eh t for the
Renr-mber that cor-e
iiUr the door to tho -!:
I I V i UP.

Dar

opinio

of truth.

( .Mr. and Mrs. Green Entertained

i At th-ir h-a;itiful
j Eighth str-e-t, Mr.
j Green en -r -ir.'-d !;
j school an'! ('!-; s

! to their .-on, Mr. Alf;ed Gu-en, who

, i t:r.g

i rn j i
score

opinion as to

He has

homo 'in

ml Mrs. L. N.
I evening the
: in comjil rr.'-nt

la-

recently returned from an expend-

ith in promoting hi- plans i

backed enthusiastically hy the
i t-iuh. lie has written t a
of I buida. clubs asking for an

the pro.-pects for sup sup-received
received sup-received replies from

club in this city and Orlando, as-

't ir.tr him of hearty .-upport. There rt

i-.r,- f. w tr,,lfers in the state who aie
r; ted l.y the national association and
r ...f.e of the.-e are al.ne five. The
. 1 1 i c iri which cluh-? are located to
which Mr. Smith has written are

port.

X

The Baseball Teem
Is Going to Clearwater
hut that is no reason you should
not drink the greatest of all
REFRESHING DRINKS
IN llOTTf.ES 5 CeillS AT FOUNTAINS
There is Nothing Else Quite so Good.
Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works

;:nl vi-i'.i-- reiative. Sha? in if hon- (;;lrwater. Tarpon Springs, Winter
o; s w itli Mr. Green wa- a trio of love- lir:, Orlando, Ocala, Jacksonville,
ly -iris. Mi s IN -.i- To 1.1, Mi--- M.-.'-el : (;recn Gove Springs DeLiiinl, Miami,

jJ' iFert a'l he; ju ey and popular j Iarl i;:i,-h,
-ue.t, Mi-s May Hall of yt. Peters- j I,1C.(.Z(.. c;t.'
hurc'. j East is and S
The lower fico- ff th home was j

opened en suae wnicn wun ine spa-j
cio'.i-; verandas and th'4 open cement,
court in front affo'rd -d an ample and j

charming rendezvous tor the yr,"ricr T ,. ,,

Kis.-im mee. Lees', -u r:

Ormond, Da-to! a Sea-Au-u.-tine.
I'en.-acola,
L. I't-ter.-hurc.

11 I I

pop;e who were lurtuuaie enoucrn io
he quests of Mr. and Mrs. Green on

Mrs. Joseph Malever and pretty lit lit-tie
tie lit-tie dauhier Adeline, have returned
r it... t.i

i nun a io .ir.-. -iaiever, sisier in

Ma-ter Fred Malever

occasion. A profusion of sum sum-flowers
flowers sum-flowers and potted plants lent
heautv admira'. Jv in furtlier

the

alread'

attractive

THE GREATEST HOT WEATHER COM FORT IS THE CHEAPEST
A hlock of our ice will do more to keep you cool and healthy during
this hot -weather than anything else and the cost is, the merest trifle.
Keep your refrigerator well charged with our ice and you can charge
off drug hills, had temper and most other torrid time ills.
Ocala Ice & PaeMon Co.

PHONE 31

OCALA, FLA.

White Star line Transfer Co.
TEAMS FOR RENT LIGHT AND HEAVY HAULING DONE
PHONE 296

A.

We sell
HEAVER HOARD
Superior to Plaster or
Ceiling in Quality
and Price
INVESTIGATE

. ,'

i' I IS Packing, Storing,

Ship pin of Freight,
Pianos, and Safes.
IJaggage Service
the Rest

COLLIER BROS., Proprietors

This is our

HOFFMAN PRESS

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3V T i," Vt do the w-Mk

Manufactured for the press-ng of
Palm P.each and Duck Suits. Eeing
heated hy steam, it can" not scorch
The pressure being direct, not sliding,
it can not wear or tear. Call and see

i
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Ocala Steam Laundry

Phone 101

402-401 South Main St.

iRY our Fresh Meat it will

please you. Fresh Veg

etables in season.
Also fine line of Groceries.

Ocala, Florida.

Cara-Thomas

.. -i,.. ) mini -rtn-'rt-iifi:'iiirMii i r.if jfnFtfUi1 iinr a "' i.Wt--n.u''ini

THE STEPPING

STONES TO

Mi r rita.iiia ir.e wa
2 r75T;l J'rV".;' .iq SltmUai Wanted

OUR'CIASSIFIED I'WSd (
ADS OFFER ETTERI
POSITIONS AND f;?v4

this
mer
th-i:

adoi ning

rooms.
Mr. and Mrs. Green welcomed their

guests in the spacious living roomj
and receiving with them and the
guests of honor w ere Messrs. T. D. i
Lancaster, Jr., Clarence Zewad-ki and
Alfred Mac Kay.
As the guests arrived they were
met hy Mrs. R. G. Todd and Mr. W.
W. Harriss. Ptjnch was served onj
the east -piazza hy Mrs. J. J. (!'rig
and Mrs. E. II. Mai tin and others as-!
si-ting in dispensing the hospitality
of the home were Misses Mary Mc McDowell
Dowell McDowell and Nellie Gottlieh. j
The fun of the evening was aug augmented
mented augmented when it was announced that
a stock of hats to he trimmed would
ho auctioned off. Sewing hags num numbered
bered numbered were given the girls and the
hoys received numbered hags of corn,
the grains representing dollars. Mr.
Green was the auctioneer and it was
only a short while before the hoys
with their newly purchased posses possessions,
sions, possessions, including a hat and material to
trimjt, were off in a cozy nook, with
the girl holding the bag with cor corresponding
responding corresponding number. The. girls con concocted
cocted concocted their own designs and when
the fiats were trimmed the boys don donned
ned donned them and to the tune of a March
played by Miss Theo Wallis, march marched
ed marched around the living room. Miss
Sarah Pearl Martin captured the
prize, a dainty boudoir cap, for trim trimming
ming trimming her hat the best and for wear wearing
ing wearing his hat at the most comical angle,
Mr. Weathers was given a Happy
Hooligan hat, a tin can with feather
trimmings. The unusual diversion
was the means of the guests enjoying
one of the happiest and most delight delightful
ful delightful evenings of the gay summer.
An ice course with salted almonds
was relished late in the evening and
the young people lingered for a social
hour at the conclusion of refresh refreshments
ments refreshments and even then reluctantly de

parted.
Mr. and Mrs. Green's guests, were

the honorees and Misses Elizabeth
Davis, Kathleen Spencer, Gladys and
Theo Wallis, Caroline Harriss. Blair
Wood row, Blanche Whaley, Franklin
Harvey, Mary Harriet Livingston,
Nina Camp, Eva May Ilarrell, Elsie
Rowen, Lois Dame, Margaret Wade,
Annie Pope Eagleton, Ruth Rentz,
Margaret Jackson, Sue Moore, Sarah
Pearl Martin, Martha Kate Rentz,
Gladys Martin, Irma Rlake, Dorothy
and Marion Long, Margaret Little,
Messrs. Harold Meade, Norton Davis,
Snm Iiurford, Olaf Zewadski, Laurie
Izlar, Wayne TenEyck, Paul Weath Weathers,
ers, Weathers, John Tarver, LaG range Sistrunk,
Pierce Rentz, Dexter Phillips, Holmes
Walters, Robert MacKay, Welh
Dewey, W. M. Martin, Robert, Leslie
and Pat Anderson, Dick Stroud, Ber Bernard
nard Bernard Koonce, E. I'. Copeland, Duncan

McDonald, Albert Harriss, George
Davis, Claude Dickie and John Batts.

Miss Onie Chazal returned to
Wood mar today after an overnight
visit in town.
Mrs. D. B. Mayo and two little
daughters have deferred their trip to
Atlanta for a fortnight.
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Peters of Winter
Garden, who have been enjoying a
th?-ee weeks' wedding trip motoring

thru Florida and Georgia, concluded
this afternoon a brief sojourn at the
Harrington, leaving for home. Mrs.

Peters is pleasantly remembered here
as Miss Madge Sims and during her
short visit she and her husband were
extended hearty congratulations and
best wishes by many friends.
Mr. James Tiin and his guest, Mr.
John Shacklett of Nashville, Tnn.,
have returned to Lake Weir from a
most delightful visit to their aunt.
Mrs. W. B. Gray in Tampa, with
whom they spent a week. While there
they crossed the lay aboard the
steamer "Favorite" for a day's fish fishing
ing fishing at St. Petersburg. Mrs. Gray
took them oh several delightful motor

ing trips, including Tarpon Springs.
C'earwater and India Rocks, where
they took a dip in the surf.

A golf tournament open only to
r .-.idents of Florida is bT.ng advocat advocated
ed advocated by C. J. Smith, golf expert of the
Tampa Auto & Golf Club. It is pro proposed
posed proposed the tournament will be held in
Tampa in November or December and

has gone
( la I ives

to Savanriail
n that city.

for a vi-: to

Mi-s Ruth iarK of C.y.ta: f:vr.
:- visiting friends in Oila for a
couple of weeks. This s Miss Park's
fust visit to Ocala since moving to

T

:ivcr

year igo.

Rate permits oin via One Route and Returning Another.

CD l XII El

Fast Solid Through Steel Train Leaves Jacksonville Daily at 8:30 P. M.
for Chicago with Through Sleeper to St. Louis, offers you a route through
Scenic America to California.

Low Round Trip Tickets on sale Daily to
CHICAGO ST. LOUIS

COLORADO

LET US PLAN YOUR TRIP
For handsome hooks on Summer Resorts and California Expositions, and
for routes and reservations write
J. A. VON DOHLEN, Fla. Pas. Agt., N. C. StL.R.R.
JACKSONVILLE .... FLORIDA

Mrs. Joe White and three children
retuni'-d yesltrflay from a few days'
iit to Mr. White's sister, Mrs. Hef-
ling at Lake Weir.
Mrs. W. A. Goin was a recent vis visitor
itor visitor to High Springs, the guest for a
'"(. v days of her sister, Mrs. Tom Day.
Mr. Mason Ti.-on has returned from
a brief visit to Gainesville.
Miss Beulah Hall, who is attending
summer school in Nashville, Term.,
will spend August in Ocala, which
will be welcomed news to her circle
of friends.
Miss Collie Clark left this after afternoon
noon afternoon to enjoy a visit of several week
to relatives in Quitman, Ga., Troy and
Montgomery, Ala.
On account of the critical illness of
her father, Mr. J. II. Brooks, Miss
Nan Brooks returned from Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville where she is attending summer
school. Mr. Brooks is now convales convales-ing
ing convales-ing and if he continues to improve
Miss Nan will resume her studies in
a few days.
&
Mrs. B. W. Mims, of Kentucky, a
freouent visitor to Ocala, the guest of
her sister Mrs. E. L. Carney, is en en-tei
tei en-tei taming at a hu ge house party at
Eslell Springs, Tenn., her guests in including
cluding including fifteen relatives among whom
are her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Carney
Mims; her sister, Mrs. W. Moore
Scott, and son of Savannah; and her
father, Dr. A. J. Wilson. Rev. Scott
will go to Estell this week and the
first part of August, kith his family,
will leave for a two months trip to
Canada.
Mrs. William Tucker is ill at the

home of her son, Mr. II. W. Tucker.

Prof. L. P. Irvine, of Concord, Ga.,

made many friends in this section
while visiting, recently, at the home
of Dr. S. II. Blitch, who will be in interested
terested interested in learing of his reappoint reappointment
ment reappointment fo the chair of Greek and mod

ern languages at Columbia College at

Iike City.
Capt. J. A. Tucker has sufficiently

recovered irom nis long and serious

illness to bo removed from the hospit
al to his home on Mayo Heights.

m
Mr. R. B. Campbell, a former
Ocalan, with his wife and two sons,
is now making his home in Oklahoma.
He is engaged in the hotel business.
William Dellon left yesterday for
Ocala, where he has already spent a
part of the summer and expects to
sojourn during the remainder. lie en

joys nucolic lite on an estate near tne
Marion county metropolis. St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg Independent.
Mr. and Mrs. Seth Woodruff and
Miss Margaret Hart motored to Day Day-t
t Day-t mi Beach today. Mr. Woodruff will
return tomorrow, but Mrs. Woodruff

and Miss Hart will remain several
day. Orlando Sentinel.
Miss Hart was a spring visitor to
Ocala, the guest of Mrs. Herbert Lat-

I trier.

The Junior Guild of Grace church
wjll hold a candy sale Friday after afternoon
noon afternoon and night at the Temple theater.

(Continued from Page Two)

me iirmi jui'e wim had jx-rislied
str.-imrely in a wild mountain pass

nearly a generation agoiie. loved her

on seemingly only through her cold

ambitions.

"You do not know when a day may
couie that you may be In a i)sltioii to
save the life of the heir of Stanley,
she had said often significantly. Blair
understood bis mother well.
It was known by all the Stanleys
that the diamond from the .sky had

vanished strangely the night Colonel
Stanley had expired alone in his II- i
brary, this jneeeding y a few days j
only the tragic- death of Judge Stanley
in the mountain pass. also, it was
thought, alone. j
This was eighteen 3-oars ago, but the j
Stanley feud was not dead with Its
protagonists, those elder men of that 1
elder day. It slumbered In the losom j
of the younger generation. It smolder-
od hidden, yet burning not the less. In i
the boson of the judge's taciturn wid-
ow. Blair's mother. Site had always
!olioe.l with a t.h'tcr suspicion that (
encompassed all of the long dead Colo- I
no! Stanley's friends that Dr. Iee had
taken the diamond from the sky In :
the confusion attending the colonel's i

The Commercial Bank

OCALA, FLORIDA.

CAPITAL STOCK 850,000.00.
Slate, County and City Depository.

the deal for that real estate has been closed and the only thins
yet to do is to nee if the title is good. Marion county has i.l...t 160
deed records and 43 mortgage records and 50 of miscellanocus rec records,
ords, records, or about 160,000 pages of record matter and' among these is
the record history of that title.

some searching and
that he has got it alL

checking before the abstract man knows

sudden demise.
Ir. I-e was a relative of Judge,
Stanley's widmv. for all the letter j
families ..f I'airfax were of kith and
kin. The judge's, widow believed the
doctor held the great diamond In hi
secret custody if for nothing else than j
id keep it fioai the hands of the Judge's ;
family through any legal process they j
might attempt during the minority of j
Arthur Stanley 1M.
Hence it was that when the nerve
shattered Blair, with ashen face and:
bloiHly brow, confessed to his waiting!
mother that he had seen the diamond j
In Dr. Ihj's nged hands she was not j
surprised. When he half incoherently ;
admitted to her that the old doctor had ',
died in the struggle for the diamond j
she expressed no compunction for the j
doctor's death or revulsion at the deed ;
of lu-r son that on used it. j
But w hen he told her that Arthur

MORAL: PLACE THE ABSTRACT ORDER EARLY ENOUGH
SO THAT THE ABSTRACT MAN HAS REASONABLE TIME LN
WHICH TO DO HIS RESEARCH WORK.

florida title and abstract corporation

ocala, Ca.

Stanley, the one life that stcxd be-
twoon them and all their ambitious J
desires, had been In the grasp of Blair J
did her mood of austere Interest change j
to cold fury.
"You need not add your reproaches J
to mv own," nanted her son. "But It i

was luck, the devil's luck

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OlilUH 11.111 J l.T.-'l. A n uum unit j

killed him. It was In my mind, lu my
heart.
"But he wrested the pistol from my

uJosiderfisS

a St

i issmco

ckTJhatanat'iTho Uery latest Theory About Hov; and Uhy ho
I would have

Blocd is Dtscrdcrcd.

ha ml as though from the hand of a
child, and he dragged tne out of the.
j-ard. down the dosc-rU-d village street
to the graveyard to kill me anl rob me j

of the diamond with the ease or a
giant."

"Well." s-iid his mother, "we must ;

hoie for another, better chance. Mean Mean-whi'e
whi'e Mean-whi'e if y"i are sure that your strug struggles
gles struggles were i!-t soon you had In-tter lie
hidden until I can learn what suspi suspicions
cions suspicions are J!pused. If you aro iniss-d I
will sav vim are gone to Bichmond.

S. S. S. Cleans Pure Blood Which Insures Long Life and Health.

W. K. Iane, M. T., Tnjslrlan and
urgemi, .iH"u;list Eye, Ear, io
mil Throat. lvv Library liuildins,
rnl. Kin.

WOOD

Tho RTrat cij-er; in Chemistry and
FhysioI.rtTy n.-.v :ee!are mhat has all
fcl'.nK Ion r- .t n.U-.l by f!ie Swift lab laboratory
oratory laboratory tl.r.t the i,crm of LiooJ Unorders
fii-1 k-.l:i.-i.t iit ihu inU-rstki of the tis

sues.

S. H. foes to

won-

i ccrruJIy n tk-cat.1? reult.
j Thi famou H00.J tjrlfler mntiilns
, medicinal torniment Just a vital and
1 ess rt ial to healthy tIooI a the nutritlTe
j elements of wheat. roat tef. and f.its
land tho yugari that inako up our dally
I ration.

, i.i.ii i.-i 1.1. i. in-: r? 1. one inre-
' dient in S. S. K. wh: h n'rvw ttie active
biuret ilinen and picnic will be ; rune t stirnul itinif a h etlular fart
, ' t, Ti. omu tl the Ih1- to t,e hItf.y and Judicious
held at Turners Pond on July .,utn. M ,,.(tiun ,.f jfs own eHS,ritfclI riUlrm.rit-
Everybody is invitel. SpeaVing for ; That l wi it rts-r.t-.ii: the i,Umi iu.

1- f f 1. w 11 ras furri st ircin-ii.i..ti. in.

.in-icinn nnii - - ...

I.ven If Arthur tr.tney nears 110 rnorw ,4.j y.rrln l whr f. S. H.

nf vn;i he will think still that he has -work ruj i.Jiy. rretiv Iy and w

plain you. He will keep silent-
(Continued Tomorrow)
PlfMC AT TENNER'S POND

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ar.o again-u lojr, o. ......... --1 f ln (.rf,,n,lr trma, rasli, Hm-

speaker" are invneu to come ami iumk .-w. u:.a .u sum aruiaioni.

their friends. Come everylxxly and let,
us have a big rally day. Refresh-j
merits will be served by J. 1). Will-
iams, for benefit of picnic grounds. ;

And Jn rrucnerat ing the tissues S. S. S.
has a rapid and positiTe antidotal effect
ujn ail thone irritating influences that
a u--e rheumatism, nore throat, weak
oyca, loss of weight, thin pale cheeks, and
that wearing of muscle and nerre that
Is pcnerally exierlenced, by all Tifferer
with jiolsoncd Lltod
Cet a lttl of s. R. S. at any drug
ftore. and in a f -.v days you will not only
f-rl briirht. and -Tierr-tic. but you win be
the picture of i-v h"e.
S. F. S. Is twrparrd .nly In the labora laboratory
tory laboratory of the Swift Sj-Hric Co., 201 Swift
l:idic. Atlanta. Ga Who maintain a rery
efficient Melical !?jrtment. where all
who have any blood disorder of a stub stubborn
born stubborn rutturc may write fretly for advice.
S. S. S. is old eveo'hcre by all drug
utores.
IU-w-are tt alt attmrtH to fell yoti
nornet t.n.g "Juit sxs i;.joJ." lxuLst Upoa
S. S. ii.

Comnittee.

$3-50 WE EEC ENO 1?SATE

-TO-

PHONF 503:
For Good Wood
BIG Load for SI.
Your wfder will have
' fnmlit Attentin-

J. L. SMOAK
At iiiioakN Wgon ?op.

Traveling Man's Experience
"In the ummenif l.S I had a very
Fovcre attack of cholera morbus. Two:
j'iiy.-iciar s worked over me from four'
a. m. to ", p. m. without giving me any ;
r-'ic f ar.d then told me thy did not t
expect rr.e to live; that I had bet tele-
trvat'h for my family. Instead of doing:
-o. I gave the hotel porter' fifty cents:
a d 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-j
j ii g to the directions and went to sleep;

af'er the second d -e. At live o clock ;
th" ret morning I was called by my1
order ard tr.k a train for my next i
tt,pp;ng joint, a well man but feel-;
ir.g rather -haky from the severity of j
the attack," writes II. W. Ireland,)

I,uisville, Ky. Obtainable every-!

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ATLAWTDC GAST LOW
RTAXDAUD JLIILKOAD OE THE SOUTn
Tickets sold for all trains Saturday and forenoon trains Sunday.
Limited to reach original starting point by midnight Tuesday.

where.

Adv.

FAVORITE-LINE EXCURSION
TO

ST. PETERSHURfi. U. S. 'FORTS
For inromation tee your TICKET AGENT.

PASS-a-GUILLE

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OCALA EVENING STAR WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 1913

FOUR

OCALA OCCURENCES

I
j COUNCIL HAS REDUCED

PRICE OF CURRENT

(Continued from First Page)

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M:y.:;K-:-:-::"::-:-VS K-:-:-:-w o f the year lOli. Respectfully,

J. M. Meffert,

K. OF P. DISTRICT MEET I MI

171

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Board of Trade
night.

meets tomorrow

Mrs. Egbert Burnett and children
returned today from a visit to High
Springs.
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open nignt
and day. Merchant's Cafe. tf
FRESH buttermilk at the Court;
Pharmacy fountain every day. tf
Dr. J. G. Purvis has again opened
his dental parlors in the second story
of the Union Block, over Nash's store,
where he may always be found office
hours. 28-3t.

Miss Sadie Johnson arrived this
afternoon from Jacksonville for a
visit to Mrs. J. W. DavisI

Use Nyal's iamiiy remedies. All
good good for all. Sdd by Annex
- Drug Store. 10-tf
Mr. R. W. Flinn, who has been in
Tennessee for a vacation, is home
again.

! r , , r- ,-r QC I

one u gyya :

A district meeting of the Knights
of Pythias of this section will be
held in Ocala on Monday August fnh.

force during the first six months i ne ucaia district compn'M tne

lodges of Dunr.ellon, Micanopy, Red Red-dick
dick Red-dick and others to the numl?r of
eight. This is the regular semi-annual
meeting and will be of consider considerable
able considerable interest to the Knights. Mr. D.
W. Tompkins, as district deputy

J prand chancellor has called the meet-

D. W. Tompkins,

J. J. Gerig,
Light and Water Com.
In connection with the report of

the light and water committee, taking

credit for work on boilers that ought!"1-'- A definite program for the cr.

w t n c-

to have been done last year, Mr

Roess remarked that this might re reflect
flect reflect on him, having been chairman of
the light and water committee for
1014. Mr. Meffert stated that there
was no such intention on the part of
the committee, which only wanted to
make as good a showing as ios?ible
for the plant, so it was agreed by the
council that $200 be deducted from the
net profit. The report of the light
and water committee was accepted.

tcitainment ot the delegates has not

yet been made public, but in all prob probability
ability probability will be put up to the entertain entertainment
ment entertainment committee of the local lodge.

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ROBBERY IN NORTH OCALA

Reduction in Rates

Bring your prescriptions to Ocala's
largest drug store, where prompt and
experienced service is always at your
disposal. The Court Pharmacy. tf
Mr. A. E. Ashworth, of Zuber, was a
business visitor in the city Monday
and paid this office a pleasant call.
A new line of high grade stationery
-in all the latest styles and cuts at
Gerig's.
Ex-Senator D. IL Baker of Sumter
county was in town today, and says
that for staple crops his good little
county never was better off.

Have you tried those delicious Max Max-ixe
ixe Max-ixe cherries? 50 cents per pound, at
Gerig's. tf.
Mrs. Jack Rentz and little daugh daughter
ter daughter Emma arrived this afternoon from
Jacksonville for a visit with their
relatives here.

WE ATI! Eli REPORT
This report Is made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov gov-prtiTYiPTst.
prtiTYiPTst. gov-prtiTYiPTst. Max. Min R. F.

July 1
July 2
July 3
July 4
July 5
July 5
July 7
July 8 .'
July 0
July 10
July 11

July 12 87

92
93
93
94
94

.88
.88
.91
.95
.90
.90
.94
.93
.88
.92
.89

" Try one of tnose frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's.' tl

The Ocala second ball team is go going
ing going to Citra tomorrow for a -game
with the younger players of that
place. There is some good material
in the Ocala second team.

July 13
July 14
July 15
July 1G
July 17

July 18
July 19
July 20
July 21
July 22

70
70
72
73
72
73
74
71
71
72
72
74
74
71
73
73
73
74

.24
.12
.02
.24
.41
.41
1.23

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.07
.20
.01

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Some time during last night Mr. C.
F. Trulock, living in North Ocala,
was visited by a burglar and relieved
of his trousers which contained a
valuable watch and quite a quantity
of cash.
He reported his loss immediately to

Ihe following recommendation oi the poice department and also to the
changes in electric light and power Qcala Loan and Pawn Office. It is

charges was read ana, alter some uis- now believed that a colored man who

cussion, adopted. was jn the latter place at the time Mr.,

To the Honorable City Council: Trulock was tellinc- about his loss

In connection with the light and bad n;s property and was preparing to
water committee's report, we recom- ui?pose of it, and upon hearing him

mend the adoption ot tne louowing make report of it, "ducked" and has!

schedule to go into effect August 1st, not been seen smce.

1915.

uaie lur M Crewe, who passed thru Ocala

au servM:es v1 ","x" "V" this week, on her way north from her
k. w. h., meter measurement. Mm- Wegt Indian had puncture.
imum, $1 per month or fraction of the lcgs Ures on her mot clc. she haJ
mnntVi fnr parn and pverv service, a

' ridden ouu miles on tnem vtnout a

service to mean each cut-in.

90

, 90 73
90 74
81 74
81 74
80 G9
87 71
8G 71
88 72

Local Forecast
Fair northwest portion and proba probably
bly probably showers in peninsula tonight and
Thursday; not much change in temperature.

July 23
July 24
July 25
Jply 26
July 27

1.14
.90
4.03
.43

.26

The rate for alternating current for

power between the hours of 10 p. m

and 5 p. m. and for these hours only

shall be as follows

0 184 k.w.h. per month Gc per

k.w.h

200 3GG k.w.h per month at 5 per

k.w.h

400 545 k.w.h per month at 5c per

per k.w.h.

GOO 720 k.w.h. per month at 4 per

k.w.h.

puncture.

Gerig's.

Lee tires, are for sale at

Mr. M. L. Payne of Fairfield was in

town today, and bragging mightily

about the crops in his section. He

says the food crops are abundant.

and he has twenty-five acres in cot

ton on which he is sure to make at

least twelve bales.

has ac-

Mrs. May Allegood, who

800-888 k.w.h. per month at 4c per f Pjed a Potion with the Ilaycraft

iiiiunery, -leaves tomorrow iur iev

per month at 3

k.w.h.
10001312 k.w.h
per k.w.h.

1500 1714 k.w.h. per month at 3c per

k.w.h.

2000 and un k.w.h. per month at

2.V2 per k.w.h.

All other rates remain the same as

York, where she will visit relatives!
for several weeks and attend thei

openings of the wholesale millinery

establishments in the interest of the
above concern. Mrs. Allegood is an
expert in her line and the Ilaycraft

Millinery is to be congratulated upon

She will also

Another fresh shipment of Triola
sweets just in at Gerig's. tf.
The Star regrets to report the ill illness
ness illness of Mr. J. D. Rooney. He has
been confined to his bed for the last
two days.
tPabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf
At the meeting of the Odd Fellows
last night, Mr. J. F. Joyner, was giv

en the first deeree. I here was a

good attendance and the meeting last
ed until late.

The Court Pharmacy serves fresh
BUTTERMILK all the time: 5 cents

per glass. Try it. tf

Mr. J. A. Von Dohlen, Florida pass passenger
enger passenger agent of the Nashville, Chat Chattanooga
tanooga Chattanooga and St. Louis railroad, is in
the city today on business for his road
and while here paid the Star office
a much appreciated call.
Tomorrow may be too late, so come
now and get your share of ALPINE
FLAX stationery below cost. The
Court Pharmacy. tf

"The Exploits of Elaine' ended at
the Temple last night. Everybody is
much interested in the story, and will

be glad to know, that another series,

"The Adventures of Elaine" will be

gin next Tuesday afternoon and even evening.
ing. evening. The Temple tonight will have
a good bill the Pathe News, a Lubin

three-reel drama and a new
story.

Kalem

UNCLASSIFIED ADS

WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR

SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

The other day, a wasp, doubtless
attracted by its symmetry and white whiteness,
ness, whiteness, sat down on an Ocala lady's
hand. She misunderstood the insect's
intentions and slapped him, conse consequently
quently consequently she has had to play auction
with one hand the last few evenings.

n Wo .vrntinr iho fnllow- Mauling

ivv-v,, J' I ... J .1 A 1

1 visit ineiius in jxiiaina. ueiuie iciuiii

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$385 per month; city clock $5.50 per

month; arches, $12 per month.

All bulbs for street, city clock and

arches furnished by city included in

above charge.

We specially recommend the change

in street lighting, as every non

resident property owner will have to

help pay his portion.

We find that since January 1, 1915,

to July 1, 1915, 336,810 kilowatts

have been generated at the plant.

Meter records show sales of 211, 1G0

kilowatts during the past six months

Current for street lighting, city clock, For Sale Pledge No. 1134721 jew-

arches and minimum services notjeled Hamilton watch adjusted to fivt:

having any meters on these, your com- positions; 20-year gold rilled case;

mittee cannot ascertain the number guaranteed to stand railioad inspec

ca-h.

Did you ever stop to think of the power of co-operation of the strength men
have when they pull together?
Take the marketing of citrus fruit, for instance. It would he an impossible
thing for any one grower whose grove contains but a few acres to hire mm to
represent him in the leading markets. Even it would burden the growers of
one community or one county to employ such men in any consideraole number
of markets to look after the sale of their fruit.
Yet the growers of the entire State of Florida can engage competent salesmen
to look after their interests in every city of any size in the countrya t a cost of
only a very few cents a box on the fruit of any-of them. By getting together
in a truly co operative way, the citrus fruit producers market their crops them themselves
selves themselves instead of trusting to commission men and speculators
It is the same thing in the advertising of Florida fruit. Any one grower or any
single community of growers would find the cost of an adequate advertising
campaign to be prohibitive. But by getting together in the matter with the
growers of other communities in every .county of the State, a grove owner mqy
have his fruit advertised all over the country for only a few cents a box.
The Florida Citrus Exchange is a co-operative body. It is entirely controlled
and managed by the growers who are its members. Any director representing
them, on the local association board, the Sub-Exchange board or the central
board for the State, maV be recalled by the growers who elected him, at any
time they choose. There are no stockholders in the Exchange and there is no
possibility of profit on its operations to any individual except as he participates
in profitable marketing of his frut just as every other member may.
The most aggressive sales force of any in the citrus fruit field is maintained by
the Florida Citrus Exchange. Yet such is the power of co-operation that in the
past year the entire operating expenses for selling purposes was less than ten
cents a box. The Exchange conducts a nation-wide advertising campaign to
introduce Florida oranges and grapefruit to the consuming public yet such is
the power of co-operation that this advertising costs the individual citrus fruit
grower only three cents a box.
Last year the Florida Citrus Exchange shipped more than twice as much fruit
as any other marketing agency in the State. It shipped as much fruit as the
five largest other marketing agencies combined. So that a given amount per
box expended by the Exchange for selling or advertising does more than twice
as much work as the same number of cents charged by any other marketing
agency four or five times as much as the same sum expended by most others
Now is the time to join the Exchange and get full value for the money you pay
for selling your fruit.

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C5.TRUS EXC5i!Af IGS V v'

On the night of August Gth, there

will be u 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 plate president of
the W. C T. U. will be with us and
encourage us with a short talk.

tion; $4a value; for $18.o0

Ocala Loan & Pawn Office

7-27-3t

of kilowatts consumed.
J. M. Meffert,
D. W. Tompkins,
J. J. Gerig, Com.

The greatest service to customers

in this reduction will be in lighting,

which is reduced from 8 to 6 cents

per kilowatt hour. The power charge

i; ro.lnppfl half n kilowatt all down LOST A kevrincr containing about

thp linp. Thp street and nublic licht- 15 keys of all kinds, and tag with

ing charge is raised somewhat, but name J. A. Turner, and Chicago ad

that is a matter larcrelv of bookkeeD- dress. Return same to this office and

inc. or charges arrainst itself bv the receive reward. 27-4t

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city.

1

Mr. Jas. Duncan MacDonald receiv received
ed received a wire this rooming advising him of
the death of his grandfather at Ur Ur-bana,
bana, Ur-bana, Ohio. Mr. MacDonald will
leave tonight for that place, and ex expects
pects expects to retuin to Ocala within a few
days.

JJhsfvJ Rare
wfLf Well

A telegram wras sent to and a reply
received from the J. B. McCrary'Co.,

and that concern will have a represen

tative here to meet with the council
this, Wednesday, afternoon, to go

over plans and specifications

FOR SALE GO bushels of Florida
pears, good for preserving and can canning.
ning. canning. Apply to R. E. Yonge. 27-5t

FOR RENT A six room bungalow
with all modern conveniences on Ok-

All other matters were postponed lawaha avenue, formerly occupied by

till the next regular meeting.

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xur. iiowaru viarK. r nuae oo

call on Mrs. O. T. Green. 24-6t

or

Mr. John W. Smoak, the Fairfield

merchant, is among the business vis visitors
itors visitors in town today. Mr. Smoak is an
exceptionally progressive country
merchant, having recently installed in
his store an up to date electric light lighting
ing lighting plant, which also furnished light
for his residence nearby.

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

or
Done?

JTo matter how you like your
roast cooked, you will surely be
satisfied with it if bought here.
Our roasts are fine. We cut
your size carefully.
You know very well that in
buying meat you trust a lot to
the experience and honesty of
the butcher. That's why we
can safely urge you to come
tere and let us serve you.

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

AN OCALA
MAN'S EXPERIENCE
Results Tell the Tale

Can you doubt the evidence of this

Ocala citizen?
You can verify Ocala endorsement.
Read this:
Rev. D. W. Price, 4 Orange street.
Ocala, says: "My kidneys were
weak and at times I couldn't control

the passages of the kidney secre

tions. I was greatly bothered dur during
ing during busy hours of the day. I got a
box of Doan's Kidney Pills and be began
gan began using them as directed. They

certainly acted quickly in regulating
the action of my kidneys and reliev relieving
ing relieving the lameness In my back. I don't
hesitate to recommend them to any

one having kidney complaint."
Price 50c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that Rev. Price had. Foster-.Mil burn
Co., Props, Buffalo, N. Y. Ad. 11.

FOR RENT Well located and nlcel
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
nousekeeping. Inquire at the Co Colonial.
lonial. Colonial. 7-tf

omenfous Future
v

n Hainan's mind

The expectant
mother revolves in
her mind all we un understand
derstand understand by destiny.
And it U of the utmost
importance that her
physical comfort bs
car first tiw?Lt. There
is a most splendid rem rem-cTj
cTj rem-cTj for tLi purpose,
knn-n S3 "M&ther'j

Fri2nd. It U applied

FROM MRS. MOORIIEAD
TO THE CLUB GIRLS
My dear Club Girls: This year
cluh girls will make an exhibit at the
fall contest. The work on the tenth-
rcre plot and the tomato exhibit will
t'etormine the first prize winner, but
prizes will be offered for the best
vegetable exhibit. Only products in
the following list will be counted. To

mato exhibit open to all club mem members:
bers: members: v
2 qt. plass jars canned fruit.
2 eijht oz. bottles tomato catsup.
2 12 oz. jars tomato pickle (sweet
and sour).

2 cans tomatoes canned in tin.
2 8 oz. bottles chili sauce.
Fruit exhibit" op?n to all girls over
12 years.
0 12 oz. jars fi preserves.
0 12 oz. jars orange marmalade.
0 jrlasFes sour orange jelly.
0 qt. jars canned fruit (one kind)
0 pt. jars watermelon rind pre preserves
serves preserves or peach pickle.
If you wish to enter the fruit con contest
test contest and cannot procure all fruits on
the li.t, consult me about making
substitutes.
Your mothers and friends are urpr urpr-ed
ed urpr-ed to exhibit products and prizes will

: e otleiea to anuits not club mem members.
bers. members. I hope all products exhibited will
be in uniform containers, and all
have the clear white jrlass topped
jars, and rr'P top jelly classes.
The Marion Hardware Co. has this
special plasware in stock, ordered
especially for club work. Others are
invited to take advantage of the op opportunity
portunity opportunity to obtain pretty glassware
for exhibit wokk. Make your selec selections
tions selections c-rly so that more can be or or-tl.'Ad
tl.'Ad or-tl.'Ad if ncces.-ary.
Yours very truly,
Carolina II. Moorhead, A pent.

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PINE ISLAND PICNIC

There will be a picnic at Pine Isl Island,
and, Island, about half a mile west of Romeo,
at a point near the old Shipp place, on
Thursday, Aupust 5th. Speakers on

over the njuf-jj.s of th both sides will be invited to address

ftoinicli, gently rv.bbel

in, and at once pcr-tra! s to rJicvc all
strain on nerves, co'-.!, i'gjaaients and a!l
parts involved. It r akes the m.'.-cfci to
pliant that they expe : J ctnrally. Ar 1 at
tbo tame time they a a invigorated l y tliC
tbsence of harassing pains so apt to d:.4re?i
the mind. Whatever will add to the comfort
cf the expectant mother U a gTeit and b.''--ful
influence since a calm. and peaceful period
must have a wonderfully beneficial impre?
upon the comin? child. Cet a Lottie of
Mother's Friend" of any ciru??i?t and you
will realize why so many women declare it
to be the most helpful remedy they Lr.ow cf.
"Write today to Bradfleld Regulator Co.. 4C2
Lamar Bid?., Atlanta, Ca-, for a splendid
book of great interest and value to every ex expectant
pectant expectant mother.

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Iletter
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the citr.

the people on the question of county
division. There will be sack races,
foot races and other amusements.
The public cordially invited to attend
and brinp well filled baskets. Re Refreshments
freshments Refreshments will be served by Mr. J.
T. Hutchins. Respectfully,
W. O. Drewer.
J. T. Hutchins,
J. B. McGehee,
J. B. Dean,
W. H. Markham,
J. LvVrifrpins,
L. II. Hiers,
T. F. Morgan,
Joe Walker,
J. L. Starling,
(JT.eral Picnic Committee.

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for rent on Daupherty
mlern conveniences. Ap Ap-G.
G. Ap-G. Gates at Gates Gar-15-tf

BOY'S CLUB
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 charpe above
their board. Very truly,
Roy B. Bowers.

Benefited by Chamberlain's Liniment
"Last winter I used Chamberlain's
Liniment for rheumatic pain3, stiff stiffness
ness stiffness and soreness of the knees, and
can conscientiously say that I never

used anything that did rhe so much

Obtainable everywhere. Adv.

Diippet':-. !. P. Rainey, R. P. Bowman
L. R. Le, J. B. Baldron, S. C. Car Car-uthers.
uthers. Car-uthers. committee in charpe.

Read this story in this paper every Wednesday and
Thursday afternoon and see the pictures Friday at the
Temple Theater.

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 upn'pht. A drtippist
recommended Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. The
first dose relieved me and within two
days I wa3 a3 well as ever." Obtain

able everywhere. Adv.

ADVERTISE IN THE STAR.