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.
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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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.
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Allies Back Across the

BERLIN REPORTS IHE CAPNIRE OF GOWOROKO AND TRENCHES OH THE WEST FRONT AT
. SOUCHEZ-SUBMARENES ACTIVE IN THE NORTH SEA

CHANCELLOR
TO CONFER WITH
AMBASSADOR
Berlin, July 29.-Chancellor
von Bethmann Hollwege has
sent for the American ambas ambassador.
sador. ambassador. The chancellor has just
returned from a conference
with Emperor William. The
meeting is expected to have an
important bearing upon the
German-American relations.
London, July 29. There is little
definite news from the eastern battle
front Loday, except from Sokal, in
Calicia, where the Russians claim to
have thrown the Austro-Ilurganians
back ac?oss the Dneister river.
To the cixst of Narew the Germans
report the capture of Goworoko, six
miles from the river, and making ex extreme
treme extreme advances.
OPERATIONS ARE PUZZLING TO
MILITARY OBSERVERS
The exact status of the operations
are puxzling even Petrograd is 'un 'uncertain
certain 'uncertain whether the operations be between
tween between the Bug and Vistula rivers
mark a crisis is the eastern cam campaign,
paign, campaign, or a pause, to allow one side or
the other to draw its breath or re rearrange
arrange rearrange its forces.
QUIET ON WESTERN FRONT
I
Along the western front it is com-j
parativcly quiet. Berlin claims and j
Paris admits the reoccupation of;
trenches by the Germans- on the ;
Souehez section. j
ALLIES ARE IRRITATED OVER
NEAR EASTERN SITUATION
i
The near Eastern situation, as far
as the departure from neutrality is:
concerned, remaines unchanged. The:
Entente Allies, however, show con-'
siderable irritation over Bulgaria's
successful negotiations with Turkey.,
The Allies may also soon transfer;
thi.; displeasure to Rumania, which
country is reported to be ready to
lift the embargo on grain exports.
SUBMARINES SUNK
SHIPS
SEVERAL
Submarine warfare has been trans transferred
ferred transferred to the northeast coast of Suf Suffolk
folk Suffolk from Orkneys. Several ships
are reported sunk.
ISN'T IN OPERATION
Senator Fletcher Says Seaman's Bill
Had Nothing to Do With the
Eastland Disaster
Washington, July 28. Senator D.
U. Fletcher of Florida, who as acting
chairman of the Senate committee on
commerce piloted the seaman's bill
thru that branch of Congress, de declares
clares declares that the claim that the law's
provisions forced the Eastland dis disaster
aster disaster at Chicago is perfectly absurd,
lie points out that the seaman's law
will not go into effect for several
months yet, and even if it were in ef effect
fect effect there is nothing in it that would
cause such a disaster.
PLAYING AT CITRA TODAY
Ocala's second ball team is in Citra
this afternoon playing the second
team of that place. They went ur in
an auto and will return to the city im immediately
mediately immediately after the game. The team
consists of the following players;
Cecil Johns, Reuben Blalock, Harley
Marsh, Everett Clayton, Hansel
Leavengood, Laurie Benjamin, Louis
Slott, Charles Hardage, Joe Brooks
and George Newsom.
This team has been very successful
in its games with the neighboring
towns, and expect to return home
with a new bunch of laurels today.
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VISCOUNT CO
RESIGNED
JAPANESE MINISTER OF JUS JUSTICE
TICE JUSTICE BROKE i)OWX UNDER
BRIBERY CHARGES
(Associated Press)
Tokio, July 20. rViscount K. Cura,
Japanese minister of justice, has ten-
! dered his resignation. This action of
1 the count follows the investigation of
j bribery charges brought against him
growing out 01 tne parliamentary
the
! elections last March.
HERE'S ANOTHER
Punta Gorda, Fla., July 2fi, 19L5.
Editor Star: My attention has been
invited to the following from a recent
issue of the Star:
"A citizen of Ocala asks the Star if
a white man has ever been hung in
Florida for the murder of a woman.
We can't remember any; if any there
e?er was, he must have been a pauper
as well as a murderer. Ocala .Star.
Yes, Brother Benjamin, Irvin Han Han-chett,
chett, Han-chett, a white boy, who killed Miss
Tedder at Glemvood, was hanged in
Volusia county a few years ago. This
is the only case we recall. Hanchett
was a pauper, and the crime, while
most revolting, was not so bad as the
Pinellas county crime, where two
women were killed in coUl blood and
their bodies burned. DeLand News.
It is strange that the Star forgot
this case as it took particular note of
it at the time.
Dining my administration as gov governor,
ernor, governor, a man named Smith was con convicted
victed convicted in Jacksonville for the murder
of his sister. The evidence was con conclusive.
clusive. conclusive. She was on her back in her
bed in her room. He had his knees
upon her chest. Ho murdered her. It
was shown that she had been more or
less supporting him." In fact, it was
shown that he had been living with
his own sister. She finally revolted.
After the conviction the case was
brought before the pardoning board,
in which it vrs shown that some of
his close relative-, probably his
father, was insane or hud a stroke
of insanity. After his conviction
Smith became religious and would
read the Bible. Fully 2300 white peo people
ple people signed the petition for his com commutation.
mutation. commutation. This included one man
who had written many times in the
papers very urgently against par pardons
dons pardons and commutations of sentences.
There had been no white man hanged
in Jacksonville in probably a third of
e century. The case was ably repre
sented before the pardoning board. A
second delegation of three or four
persons came before the pardoning
board. I simply asked them if they
had any new evidence. They said
"No." I replied that if this case did
not warrant the death sentence that
I could not possibly conceive of one
ir. which the death sentence could be
imposed and that if I did not sign
that death sentence I could not pos possibly
sibly possibly sign one under any circum circumstances.
stances. circumstances. That I could hardly con conceive
ceive conceive of a crime more deserving of
the death sentence than this.
Albert W. Gilchrist.
HIGHWAY ENGINEER
FOR THE STATE
Washington, July 23. The office of
public roads of the department of ag agriculture
riculture agriculture is. now giving consideration
to the selection of a state highway en engineer
gineer engineer for the state of Florida. It is
possible that some expert from the
department of agriculture will be
chosen to serve as state engineer for
Florida. If so, he will be paid by the
state. The department is undertak undertaking
ing undertaking to find an engineer for Florida at
the request of the Florida authorities.

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THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION

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Dneister
U. S. MARINES
LANDED W II!
AT PORT AU PRINCE AND CAPE
HAITI EN TO PROTECT U. S.
AND FRENCH INTERESTS
(Associated Press)
Washington, D. C, July 29. A
guard from the United States auxil auxiliary
iary auxiliary cruiser Plag'e has been landed at
Cape Haitien to protect the French
consulate, which has been threatened
by the Haitien revolutionists.
American marines lantled yesterday
at Port au Prince, to protect the lives
and property of Americans. After
the mob killed President Guillaume
it was feareel they would harm for foreigners
eigners foreigners and the United States is ex expected
pected expected to take some steps towards
setting up and supporting some gov government.
ernment. government. CREW OF THE SUB
WAS COURTEOUS
Aberdeen, July 28. "They couljl
not have treated us more courteously
than they did," was the unanimous
verdict of Captain Ejjgene Dell; and
the members- of the crew of the Am American
erican American steamer Leelanaw when erjes erjes-tioned
tioned erjes-tioned last night regarding their en encounter
counter encounter with a German submarine,
and we became well acquainted with
the crew, who had been in America."
One member of the Ieolapaw's
crew remained aboard the submarine
at his own request. He was one of
the mess boys of the American rhip,
and as he was of German rrit'on -Utv
preferred joining the crew of the un underwater
derwater underwater craft to the probability of
internment in England. At Kirkwall
another of the Leelanaw's mess boys
was found to be a German and was
detained.
Captain Delk, a resident of Phila Philadelphia,
delphia, Philadelphia, made a matter of fact state statement
ment statement regarding the sinking of his ship
and was not inclineel to add details
to the main facts as he outlined them.
"There is no story in it," he said.
"We stopped when a shot was fired
behind us, and then we had to leave.
Our ship was shelled, bombed and tor torpedoed,
pedoed, torpedoed, but it took an hour to sink
her. The Germans took us aboard the
submarine, carrieel us about sixty
miles, and then gave us directions for
getting to Kirkwall, which we reach reached
ed reached safely in about 12 hours."
The members of the crew, of whom
there are thirty-two beside the cap captain,
tain, captain, explained that the German com commander
mander commander apologized for the necessity
of sinking the ship, but it was forced
upon him by the fact that the Lee Leelanaw
lanaw Leelanaw was carrying contraband, anel
ho was not in the habit of throwing
overboard contrabanel cargoes. The
crew of the German boat conversed
affably in good English with the Lee Leelanaw's
lanaw's Leelanaw's men. The Germans had no
ielea of the contents of the latest Am American
erican American note on the sinking of the Lus Lus-itania,
itania, Lus-itania, for their newspapers were two
days old.
The Leelanaw was the sixth vessel
the submarine hael sunk that day, and
it started in pursuit of two others
when the Americans had been remov remov-eel
eel remov-eel to their boat after their long ride
on the submarine's deck. The crew of
the Leelanaw were wet and cold after
their lond ride to reach Kirkwall.
They will leave today for Dundee,
where their statements will be taken
by the Uniteel States consul.
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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UtliTED STATES HOLDS THAT THE TREATY OF 1828
VAS VIOLATED BY SIIIKIi THE BOAT

(Associated Press)

Washington, July 29. With the re receipt
ceipt receipt of a virtually complete report on
the torpedoing of the American
steamer Leelanaw by a German sub submarine,
marine, submarine, state dopntment officials be began
gan began preparing a note to Germany re-
ouesting payment of damages on the
ground that the Prussian-American
treaty of 1828 has been violated.
A report from American Consul
Dennison, at Dundee, Scotland, has
brought to light the fact that the cap captain
tain captain of the Leelanaw attempted to es escape,
cape, escape, but submitted to visit and search
after warning shots were firedV The
right to escape, officials declared is
conceded by international law, only
repeated attempts to evade capture
01 forcible resistance being regard regarded
ed regarded as affecting the case.
Unofficial reports that the German
submarine commander was unwilling
to jettison the cargo of the Leelanaw
and to allow her to proceed as the
treaty of 1S2S provides, cleared up
doubts here on this point. The mater material
ial material necessity for presentat;on of a
claim similar to that made in the
case of the William P. Frye, was
therefore, virtually ready for consid consideration
eration consideration last night.
r ME TO QUIT
SPLITTING UP COUNTIES
There is ton much tendency in thr
South to split up school districts and
counties and neighborhoods into in ineffective
effective ineffective small units. Just as a com community
munity community cannot support schools and
churches and farmers' organizations
unless it is large enough to include a
sufficient number of persons, just so a
county cannot economically serve its
people if it is too small in size. The
Atlanta Constitution does well to
.sc.und a note of warning against the
multiplication cf counties in a state
vhich has already suffered so much
ftom this tendency. Take a good good-sized
sized good-sized county and it is easy to have a
whole-time county school superinten superintendent,
dent, superintendent, a whole-time county health offi officer,
cer, officer, a whole-time farrn demonstration
agent, and an efficient road super supervisor.
visor. supervisor. Cut this county in two and put
the people to the expense of support supporting
ing supporting two sets of county officers, two
sheriffs, two registers, two clerks of
the court, and probably two useless
t'carurers where even one is not
needed, two county homes, two jails,
etc., and the result is that word prob probably
ably probably goes that the people cannot
have a whole-time superintendent of
schools nor farm demonstration agent
nor whole-time county health officer.
All the people's money goes to pay;
salaries for doing routine work, and
every form of genuine progress is
handicapped.
Search to the bottom and it will
usually be found that a movement for
a new county is the result of the am ambition
bition ambition of some little town to become
the county seat. It is high time for
f 'rmers to begin taking a stand
v rr.in?t such extravagance.
Give us country communities large
joiough to support strong, schools and
r'her social agencies. Give us strong
c unties large enough to support gov-e-nment
agencies that really benefit
the people efficient officers working
f r better schools, better farming,
l.-tter roads and better health in instead
stead instead of smaller counties absorbing
all the people's taxes for merely
keeping the wheels going round. In
union there is strength. In division
there is weakness. It woulel help the
South a great deal to consolidate not
only a great number of school dis districts
tricts districts but a considerable number of
churches and smaR- counties.
An Easy, Pleasant Laxatixe
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No bad, nauseating taste; no belching
gas. Go right to bed. Wake up in the
morning, enjoy a free, easy fkwel
movement, anel feel fine all dav. Dr.
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! druggists, 3G in an original packaee,
j for 2"c. Get a bottle today enjoy this
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FOOD 18 SCARCE
IN MEXICO CITY

UNITED STATES WILL TRY TO
RELIEVE THE SITUATION
(Associated Press)
Washington, July 29. The food
shortage in Mexico City is so serious
that the United States will make im im-meeliate
meeliate im-meeliate representations to Carranza
and Zapata, urging that provisions be
sent through. Reports of the desper desperate
ate desperate conditions dated July 25 have been
received at the state department.
CARRANZA SAYS HE HAS CAP CAPTURED
TURED CAPTURED PACHUCA
Carranza cabled his Washington
airency totlay that his forces captur captured
ed captured Pachuca, after six hours' fighting,
ar.d routed Villa's flying column.
Villa's troops are working south to
join Zapata. .,
SALVATION OF SERBIA
Due Very Larj ely to Work of Ameri American
can American Doctors
i .' ssoelat-. Pr-.-)
Ixndoi July 29. A report just re received
ceived received from the British Red Cross
woikers in Serbia speaks very high highly
ly highly of the work of the American con contingent
tingent contingent there.
"The work of the Americans already
challenges comparison with what the
British workers have done," fays the
report, "anel it promises soon to out outstrip
strip outstrip us. An International Sanitary
Commission, of which Sir Ralph Pag Paget
et Paget is chairman, ha3 leen established
with headquarters in Nish. Under
it the general mecical and sanitary
work of the country has been louchly
appoitioned between the different co cooperating
operating cooperating nations. France has charge
of the northern half of the country,
and the United States of the south.
Nish and its immediate neighborhood
is under the Russians. The BritiVh
bi ve had the care of the army and
mobt of the hospital work, except what
the Serbians themselves are dointr.
"Tliis plan is working smoothly and
well; but the share of the burden
which the United States is bearing
continually increases, and will in increase.
crease. increase. Dr. Richard Strong, head cf
the American Sanitary Commission, is
an exceptional man of wide experi experience,
ence, experience, and he has behind him the prac practically
tically practically unlimited financial resources
of the wonderful Rockefeller Founda Foundation.
tion. Foundation. "The United Uie.-., moreover, is
the only nation which at the moment
can spare almost limitless supply of
de-ctors. A party of 2." additional
American doctors is expected shortly
at Salonika. They are the advance
guard of a contingent of IT) more.
As they land they will be detached,
singly and in twos and threes to
points all over Serbia, where thy
are most needed.
"The typhus has now been re luced
to such comparatively trivial propor proportions
tions proportions that one almost begins to speak
of it in the past tense, although there
will be many thousands of deaths
from it yet. The total numlr during
the winter and spring was well over
200.000.
"There are now 420 Briti-h doctors
and nurses in Serbia. There have
been no new wounded for som five
months; tyhus and typhoid have de declined
clined declined until they are no longer a seri serious
ous serious public menace, and cholera how.
ever anxiously awaited, has not yet
arrived."
On Saturday ar.l Monday,
pound3 of sugar, for $1, with one dol dol-cash.
cash. dol-cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 4?. I. tf
lar's worth of other groceries, for

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HEW TRIAL DENIED BY JUSTICE FORO-A NEGRO WILL PRE PRECEDE
CEDE PRECEDE BECKER TO THE DEATH CHAIR

(Associated Press)

New York, July 29. Final prep
arations for the execution of former
police Lieutenant Charles Becker,
hich will take place at Sing Sing
prison, forty-five minutes after five
o'clock tomorrow morning, begun
immediately, following the announce announcement
ment announcement by Justice Ford of the Supreme
Court that a, new trial would not be
granted the condemned man.
BECKER IS BEARING UP WELL
Ossining, July 29. Becker is re reported
ported reported to be bearing up well, knowing
that now virtually all hope is gone.
Warden Osborne, of Sing Sing, who is
opposed to capital punishment, will
leave the prison this evening. A dep deputy
uty deputy will have charge of the execution
of Becker.
Samuel Ilaynes, a negro, will prob probably
ably probably be executed a few minutes be before
fore before Becker.
ATTORNEYS MAY APPEAL
JUDGE HOGAN
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New York, July 29. Martin T.
Manton stated this morning that
Becker's attorneys are considering
rushing to Syracuse to ask -Jjidge
Hogan of the court of appeals-to stay
tne execution of Becker pending an
.'.ppeal from Justice Ford's decision.
Judge Hogan didn't concur in the pre prevailing
vailing prevailing opinion of the appeals court.
MRS. BECKER WILL PLEAD WITH
THE GOVERNOR
Albany, July 29. Mrs. Becker,,who
r.rrived here this afternoon, will see
Governor Whitman on behalf of her
husband tonight.
WILL PLEAD WITH GOVERNOR
INSTEAD OF HOGAN
New York, July 29, 2:40 p. m.
Becker's attorneys have abandoned
the idea of appealing to Judge Hogan.
They will plead with Governor Whit Whitman
man Whitman to stay the execution until the
appeals court convenes to allow an
appeal to that body.
ATTORNEYS MAY MAKE A SEC SECOND
OND SECOND APPEAL FOR STAY
OF EXECUTION
There is much speculation here a3'
to whether Uecker s attorneys wuij
make another appeal which would j

stay the execution, or whether such J Krawell, military commander of Brus Brus-:
: Brus-: n appeal is now possible. The at-jfciSf has been recalled to Berlin as
torneys meet today. The state's at- the re.ult of disagreement with Gen Gen-torney
torney Gen-torney declares no appeal is possible. L,a von Bissing as to the administra administra-Justice
Justice administra-Justice Ford declared the case was ; tion of affajrfl jn the onetime Belgian
now in the governor's hands. Gov- j cap;tal. The former, it is said, was
ernor Whitman approved the decision j in favor of reconciliating the Belgian
of Justice, declaring that "Justice j ropuiation, while von Bissing believ believ-Ford
Ford believ-Ford did the only thing he could do.jcj m a stricter discipline.
The evidence was conclusive. If l Matters came to a crisis when the
bad any doubt as to Becker's guilt I j government issued an order that no
should pardon him.". JJelgian should be allowed to wear the
Becker will be given the clothes injnedginn or allied colors. Von Krawell

which he is to be executed, a bath,
haircut and shave today, and will re receive
ceive receive 'his last visits of relatives this
afternoon.
RELIGIOUS HEROES OF RUSSIA
Bravery and Coolness of the Priests
on the Line of Battle
1 A trlfii-1 Pre"3)
Petrograd, July 29. An officer re returned
turned returned from the Galician front tells
in the Crimean Gazette of the amaz amazing
ing amazing coolness of the Russian priests,
who are to l.e seen, performing their
spiritual duties, in the most expored
and dangerous pots of the firing line.
"Our own little father used simply
to stagger us with his nonchalence,
writes the officer. "Often we would
enjoin him to keep away from the
danger zone, away from shells and
bullets flying in all directions. All
he would say would be, They cannot
touch me; I am a neutral. In vain
did we point out to him that stray
bullets do not respect anybody's neu neutrality."
trality." neutrality." FRESH buttermilk at the Court
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NO. 178
COHER'S JURY
PLACES IDE BLAME
SIX PROMINENT MEN INDICTED
FOR MANSLA UG HTER FED FEDERAL
ERAL FEDERAL JURY CONVENED
(Associated Ires)
Chicago, July 29.-The government
investigation of the Eastland disaster
is under way. The federal grand jury
has convened and the steamboat in inspection
spection inspection service investigation has
been started. United States Attorney
Cline with five assistants and Chief
Clabaugh of the investigation bureau
last night selected evidence and wit witnesses
nesses witnesses to appear before the grand
jury. One point is a question of the
competency of the crew.
The county grand jury received the
report of the coroner's jury.
A coroner's jury last night return-
ed a verdict placing the blame for the
loss of hundreds of lives by the cap capsizing
sizing capsizing of the steamer Eastland on
six men, as follows:
William H. Hull, general manager
ol the Chicago-St. Louis Steamship
Company, owner of the Eastland.
Captain Harry Pedersen, of the''
Eastland.
J. M. Erickson, engineer.
Robert Reid, federal inspector of
steamships, who gave the Eastland
license to carry 2.500 passengers.
J. C. Eckliff, federal inspector of
steamloats.
W. K. Greenebaum, general ""man ""manager
ager ""manager of the Indiana Transportation
Company, lessee of the Eastland.
The jury recommended that these
men be held to a grand jury for in indictment
dictment indictment on charges of manslaughter.
Kit A WELL WASN'T CRUEL
Brussels Commandant Recalled Be Be-raus
raus Be-raus He Wasn't Severe Enough
for Berlin
( Aoc!ate.l Pre)
Amsterdam, July 29. General von
protested that such a measure could
he of no possible benefit and would
merely irritate the populace. He de declined
clined declined to put the order into effect,
whereupon von Bissing asked Berlin
to recall the commander.
MANY OCALA PEOPLE
WENT TO BLITCIITON
The Blitchton picnk today, is a
great success. A large crowd from
Ocala went rut to boost for Marion
county, among the number being
Messrs. Jake and Albert Gerig, Dr.
E. G. Peek, L. W. Duval, J. G. Par Par-rish,
rish, Par-rish, Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Johnson,
Charlie Goddard, Harry Cole, W. B.
Gallagher, O. B. Howse, J. L. Ed Edward?,
ward?, Edward?, J. II. Benjamin, A. T. Thomas
and son Moultrie, W. L. Colbert, Dr.
J. M. Gross, Miss Mamie Gross, Miss
Alice Bullock, Miss Annie Atkinson,
Gertie lirigance, Mamie Fant, Mrs.
Sue Mclver, Mrs. Burkhalter, J. H.
Brinson, W. P. Osteen, Bill Lanier,
George Blitch, Hardy Croom, W. W.
Hyatt. J. W. Crosby, of Citra, and
1 S. Light of Red dick.
There was a shower of rain but it
did not in the least dampen the spir spirits
its spirits of the large crowd present, all
having a fine time.

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J. II. Benjamin, Editor

Rlitchton, July 2--i. Mr. Goree
Witch spent Monday in Ocala.
Mrs. I). I J. Thomson and children,

Vienna, Ca., returned home Sunday

with Mr. and

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Commenting: on a local item in the ; that there was
Star, about a mispriced pair of stock- j the Key Vr-.i c
fogs seen in an Ocala store Saturday J diets aeeordir-'h
r.;V.f th flenru'atpr Sun savs. "Ben- i The Star ;-

ing to see on that occasion. The item Neither the
was written by another member of jorous and 2

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the J

the staff. The editor never looks at
an empty stocking.

The Star publishes elsewhere a
communication from ex-Governor Gil Gilchrist,
christ, Gilchrist, telling of the crime and execu execution
tion execution of a white man named Smith in

Jacksonville during his administra-

tion. The Star is glad it started the
discussion, which has brought out
some benighted information and dis dispelled
pelled dispelled some false impressions. It will
be observed, however, that all the
white men hung were too poor to em employ
ploy employ distinguished counsel and make
long fights in the courts

It is also worth noting in summing
up the advantages of Florida that we
never have any floods in this state.
Lakeland Telegram.
If you had paid 70 cents to have
your only suit of clothes pressed,
and gone on the other side of town
just before a rain began, you would
change your mind about floods.

urr.o 1 hir g w ro n g in J
-t and deliver ver-:
-Minn,! IK-raid.

d s -ee the .-lightest
h. twee." trie two cases.!

UV nor any other vig vig-paper
paper vig-paper criticised any-'

or not trying ana convicting
cksonviile directors. The Star

and its contemporaries have said that
it looked like there was something
rotten in the failures, that it also

looked like tho state oln-.-iaks had been

very neglectful of their duties, and
that the entire matter should lie

clo.-ely investigated. Could an hon honest
est honest paper say any less, and why

should the Her:-;d distort what the ...
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star and other papers nave sam :

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t after a n lea-ant visi

j Mis. Ik R. Witch.
i Mi-s Legie Rlitch motored to Ocala
! Sunday to meet Messrs. LandU and
! Loonis IJIitch, who returned from
Clearwater and St. Petersburg,
j Messrs. Joseph Akin and O. S. San-
ders visited the Brick City Tuesday.
! Miss Emma C. Eklof, of Bay Lake, j
will r.rrivf Vei!neihiV mid will onen :

-rhool f n August 2nd.
Mr. Alonzo Folks of Juliette, will

arrive in Blitehton on Thursday to be
the gue.-t of Messrs. Iandis and
Loonis Blitch for several days.
There will be services at the Bap-

The Diamond
From the Sky

By ROY L. McCARDELL

Copyright. 1915. by Roy L. McCardell

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CHAPTER VI.
Warded For Murder.

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Lake, July 2s. Mrs. B. Had-

T'CnE flush f b"p- came back to
I the ashen fae of Pdair Stan Stan-ll
ll Stan-ll lev. -I rea:r;nber l;uw." be

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guitar in tlj4 d-n t'Ts garden in our
struggles. IU- will l e ai eU d f t UU-
It..t tli.i .1...itl, n-ill

and blight little daughter have .. , ... ..
leieve him if he in turn blames me.'

The eminent ministers and others
attending the purity congress seem to
have the notion that man is a timid,
pure angel and that the women are
roaming the world seeking to devour
them. In real fact the man is usually
the one at fault but escapes the pun punishment.
ishment. punishment. St. Petersburg Indepen Independent.
dent. Independent. The Star can testify that the fore foregoing
going foregoing from the Independent is not
twaddle, but truth.

It would be a big thing for Ocala
from a commercial point of view if
she could get a canal fully large
enough for small steamers dug from
Silver Springs, five mile away, to
her corporate limits, thus giving her
a navigal.de waterway by the Okla-

waha and the St. Johns to the ocean.

But if it is going to destroy the
beauty of Silver Springs, as it must
if the canal is dug, Ocala will bid
farewell to an incomparable attrac attraction
tion attraction and many will mourn and refuse
to be comforted. We suVpect, how however,
ever, however, that it will be some time before
wc are called on to shed any tears for
this reason, for s'uch enterprises
move slowly and this one is merely in
the preliminary stages of discussion.
Lakeland Telegram.

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returned home from Jacksonville after j

I spending several weeks with rela rela-j
j rela-j tievs.
i Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Wells and

j daughter, Miss Ruby, of Orlando,

are m our midst visiting relatives

land friends.
Miss Mattie Waldron returned home
I from Eureka after spending a week

I in that place the guest of Miss Oldia

on.

Mr. Peyton Bailey, of Ocala, was in
our burg Sunday. Wonder who the

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attraction is?
Miss Othello Cassells has returned
home after spending several days as
the guest of her aunt, Mrs. J. C. Mc Mc-Quaig,
Quaig, Mc-Quaig, at Mud Lake.
Miss Oldia Hinson, of Eureka, was
a recent visitor to our burg.
Mrs. F. M. Harp, of Eureka, was a
caller in Bay. I-ake Friday.
Mr. I). M. Waldron's family at attended
tended attended the Sunday school convention
at Island Grove Sunday last. All re

port a delightful time.

Why does a motorcycle make more
noise than a locomotive? For the
same reason, perhaps, says the South
Florida Sentinel that a gnat-brained
man makes more noise than a man
with plenty of sense. Miami Metrop Metropolis.
olis. Metropolis. Its a pity to spoil such a fine little
sermon, but the truth is that a motor motorcycle
cycle motorcycle doesn't make anywhere near as
much noise as a locomotive.

Poland seems destined to
the biggest graveyard on
Times-Union.

become
earth.

Did you ever stop to think that Men Men-denhall
denhall Men-denhall will have to be tried by a jury
of liars? Every man who qualifies
for the jury will have to swear that
he hasn't formed an opinion on the
case and there isn't a man in Pinel Pinellas
las Pinellas who hasn't. Hence, if a Pinellas
jury is empaneled, every man on it
will have to perjure himself before
he can be accepted. Tampa Tribune.
A man can't help forming an opin opinion,
ion, opinion, but an intelligent and honest man
will change his opinion on being offer offered
ed offered new evidence. Let Mendenhall be
tried by the best men of the communi community
ty community and they will do him justice, no
matter what opinion they may have
formed from first reports.

The Times-Union is authority for

the statement that the River Bug is
pronounced Boogh. Do we understand
that one of Jacksonville's principal
articles of commerce is pronounced
joogh ? Tampa Tribune.

ANNUAL BARB1XUE AT OXFORD

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

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

The annual barbecue at Oxford will

be held on the first Saturday in Aug

ust, being the 7th day of the month

Arrangements will be made to feed

everybody on good old Florida bar

becued neef. Cold drinks and ice
cream will be on hand all day. Every
effort possible will be made for social

entertainment. Everybody invited to

come and bring their friends. We will

do all we can to make the day pleas pleasant
ant pleasant and profitable for you.
Signed: F. M. Hammonds, R. M
Driggers, 1. P. Rainey, R. P. Bowman
L. R. Lee, J. B. Baldron, S. C. Car Car-uthers,
uthers, Car-uthers, committee in charge.

The Star, like many others, is in inclined
clined inclined to poke fun at our useless civic
center, and there is little doubt that
if the council, just at present, could
sell it for as much as was given for
it, that the sale would be made with

alarcrity. Times will have to im-;
prove a good deal" before new city
buildings can be erected its evident,
even to those who most ardently ad advocated
vocated advocated bonds last year that the town
has bitten off all it can chew in the
absolutely necessary sewerage and
electric plant bonds. However, if the
city does not sell the lot, and it isn't
likely it will, the time will undoubt undoubtedly
edly undoubtedly come when it will be the loca location
tion location of a handsome "civic center," a
convenience and pride to the town.
We need the money badly now, but if
we pull thru without selling the lot,
we will be glad, half a dozen years
from now, that we did not.

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Its the Star's opinion that the coun council
cil council has acted wisely in deciding to
locate the new waterworks on the
same lot where the old ones have
been. It will be a great saving of ex expense,
pense, expense, and it will be safer from a

sanitary standpoint. Of course, its
possible to bore wells and obtain good
water in a swamp that has received
a considerable part of the filth of the
city for a number of years. But
when we already have down good
wells that are flowing with pure wa water,
ter, water, it would be bad policy, the Star
thinks, to let them go to waste and
bore others, that might not do as well,
some where else. There is a chance
that the city may some day be able to
trade the Taylor pond lot to the Coast
Line for its property near the water waterworks,
works, waterworks, which wrould be a deal advan advantageous
tageous advantageous to both parties.- In the mean meantime,
time, meantime, the waterworks will be better
where they are.

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has no terrors for the
housekeeper who has her
kitchen equipped with a
GAS RANGE and a
WATER II EATER. The
cooking and cleaning on
Hot Days
are made easy with the
help of these ideal ser servants.
vants. servants. LET THEM HELP YOU
Keep your range clean.
A dirty gas range will
make a big gas bill.

I gaS Company

On Saturday and Monday, 16

pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf

OCALA FBATERHAL ORDERS
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

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Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of eacL
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Emily Webb, W. M.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, Sec'y.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. S6, Beneolent
and Protective Ordev of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tkiesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth

ren always welcome v;iua nouse
opposite postoflice, east side.
L. II. von Engelken, E. R.
Nelson Geise, Seeietary. At.

"I will keep hidden, as you say,
mother. The fact that lie has the dia diamond
mond diamond and the d-etr bad it in his keep keeping
ing keeping "up to his death will damn him.
Thinking me dead. he. may tly who
knows'
His mother nodded, and then, seeing

the dawn was breaking by the growing

light outside, slu crossed the? room to
the old fashioned tireplaee and pressed
a hidden spring. With wondering eyes

Blair saw the whole fireplace from

hearthstone to ceiling turn as one cen

ter pivot and swing half out into the

room and half back Into a great recess

In the wall.

"A hiding place built by your Tory
great-grandfather." said his mother.
"Fairfax was all for the American

arms during the revolution, all except

your great-grandfather. Washington
accused him of hiding and harboring

spies for King George; but, though
they searched here, they never found
them," she added grimly.
In the niche Inhind the chimney
Blair noted a small bench, or pallet, a
reading lamp of old design, and sundry
other crude comforts.
"Yon will And it comfortable
enough," remarked his mother.
For one of the few times Blair could
remember his proud, cold mother soft softened.
ened. softened. She gave her attention again to
the slight wound alove the temple,
bound It gently with her handkerchief,
kissed him, and sighed.
The unhappy Blair sobbed and Im Impulsively
pulsively Impulsively embraced his mother. For
one brief moment he faltered, and then
his mother pointed in silence to the
hiding place and he stepped within,
the great chimneypiece swung into
place, and he was In seinidarkness.

hidden and secure.
The old procedures of the "crowner'a
quest" still held strong in Fulrfax
county, Virginia.
At the doctor's cottage the first ex expression
pression expression of authority by the sheriff
was that nothing should be touched In
the study where the doctor lay dead
on the table "till the coroner came."

The broken guitar had been handed

the sheriff. It could not be denied that
when Arthur had been with the young
people on the doctor's iorch earlier In
the night he had not had the guitar.
It was known he and the doctor had
had high words earlier in the day over
the fact that Arthur, who had squan squandered
dered squandered his means, had added to his
other extravagances by ordering from
abroad a costly French racing auto automobile.
mobile. automobile. But the, return of Hagar, conscience
stricken also, after eighteen long years.

t.iv dcar

If y.'-i are ; r in

trouble and net d ine soi.d a l. .--.;?
!y ti e bir-ls. Their homing pi.e-i- i-
our gypsy rendezvous in the Blue
ridge. Even If I am not time v. 1-1 a
the message cnis.cs, some of o?r tr.K tr.K-will
will tr.K-will be. They will know where I an
and fet' h ine the word."

So INth.-r. under the open eph'i, iz
of Blair's mother, h.d taken one of
the pigeon fp-in its cage on the poreh
a::! h :d hastily v. rhten the ir.es.tge
to send by tliis nerlal en t rier to IIag:ir.
The r.es-:r-e read brie'Iy. "Come at
onee, deir Mother: I need you." She
simply signed it "Esther."
From her lattice window she releas released
ed released her feathered Messenger. It :!ew
swiftly to the c4. straight as the
arrow Hies.
The sheriff and his deputy were not

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PRICES DOWN LOW WHEN WE FIRST MARKED
OUR GOODS. WHEN YOU NEED HARDWARE,
YOU NEED US.

mmn hardware
PHONE 116,

COMPANY
OCALA, FLA.

hall.

Th y

long in reaching Stanley

alighted with a businesslike clatter, j

and the sheriff clumped up the steps j

and across the wide, hos.-itable portie i It
and made the great iron kixK-her wake Z

the echoes of the silent Mansion. With j
an liu'ieatlve gesture of his thumb he J

had sent his deputy to guard the rear. I J
Joe. the natty and worldly wise col- ;
ored man servant of the until recently ;;
wild young master of Stanley ball, was
wondering at the impudent urgency of ?;?

the clamor tuat had aroused him as ho
reached the bottom of the staircase.

when he stood stock still, shaken for
once out f hL usual suj.erior airs and
self possession, to behold his young j
master, wild eyed and disheveled, rush j
from the library and seize him, ex-ij
claiming as he did so: Ion't open that j:

door! I have killed a nam. and they
are after uiel"

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IAD TASTE "AND

POOR ECONOMY

Is in evidence when you wear a soiled Palm Bench suit. We are pre prepared
pared prepared to clern them on sr.ort notice at a reasonable price, there there-fo?
fo? there-fo? o tl.eie's rv need for wearii jr them in a soPed condition. W
clean and prr .i them entirely by hand, dolnj; away with the hard
wear caused 1 y machinery. Only ?rft water u?ed. Call phone 21 and
let us show you how neatly we can clean your suit.

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ODD FELLOWS

Tulila Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F.,

meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday

evening at 8 o'cloclv. A warm wel

come always extended to visiting
brethren. M. M. Little, N. G.

W. L. Colbert, Secretary.

LllIO-IlX MASONIC IODGE
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
vooimi:. op thf: woiiTjD
Fo-t King Camp No. 14 mtrets at
the K. of P. Hall at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Vibitinp
sovereigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C- C.

Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.

Mclver & MacKay

FRT4KFSS and EUBALMERS
PHONES 17, 104, 303
OCALA, FLORIDA

Now, will the Ocala Star and other
vigorous and able papers that have
had so much to say in criticism of pa papers
pers papers that have not tried and convicted
the Jacksonville directors, open up on
those of us who do not at once infer

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KM ft HTM OF PYTHIAS

Ocala Lodge Xo. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 8 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. C. P. Howell, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. or Ft. S.
CHAITKi: NO. 13, R. A. 31.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Charter Xo. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
8 p. m. H. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake rt'OAn, Secretary.

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Concordia IxvJiie, Fraternal Union
of America, meets In Yoages HalJ
cn the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad-

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knees the erstwhile dandy darky clung

for supiort In the weakness of his
fright to the pedestal of the balustrade
at the foot of the old colonial stair staircase.
case. staircase. Still the sheril hammered at the
door, cry Ins stent oriously, Oien In the
name of the law' and still the fright frightened
ened frightened darky clung to the balustrade, di divided
vided divided in his terror between the awful

authority of the law that he was dis

obeying and in fear of the fate this till

now sophisticated servitor hnl felt for
his young master.
One glance from the low French win windows
dows windows that looked from the library upon
the grounds at the back of Stanley hall
and Arthur was aware of the watchful
deputy, with drawn pistol.
At this juncture the automobile
agent from Richmond came with honk honking
ing honking horn up the Tlriveway with one of
the first automobiles that had ever es essayed
sayed essayed the roads of Fairfax. With the
agent, who proudly drove the red
French racer, was an oily and grimy
garage mechanic driving a low, old but

powerful one seated garage handy car
battered and scarred from much hard j
service, but still strong. spedy and

dependable.
The sheriff hammered and kicked
unavailingly at the stout, great white
door as these "newfangled contrap contraptions,"
tions," contraptions," as he called them, drove up to
the portico steps. "I am the sheriff,
he explained to the wondering auto automobile
mobile automobile man. I am after a man for
murder, and I summon you to aid ine."
The taciturn garage mechanic brought
a heavy iron Jack from his battered old
car, and he and the sheriff soon had
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ine sioui oa ;oir siKiuenng wiiaiu 'address
the battering ram blows they dealt it J mmm m
with this heavy Intmment of iron. j
As the door gave way Arthur darted i rrr"w"T

from the llbrrry. pr?st the still quaking

negro In the hallway and Into the din- TTT1" f"

lug ro.m. lie passed through the din- j
Ing ro!n info the conservatory at Its I
back that overlooked, as did the libra- I
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r. me iuuii'i hi i lie jei "i -i.ni-ley
hall. Rut here Ids way was block blocked
ed blocked by Iron and glass, there was iif
egress from the conseravtory save
through the dining- rm.
As he turned to retrace hi steps the
sheriff, with the frightened automeblh;
man at his hark. up .eared at tlie doof
of the conservatory with levrhl re revolver
volver revolver and demandil Art bin's sur surrender.
render. surrender. Arthur's reply was to s!ze
a heavy rustle chair and with one
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sTYimnir-r. sive-ini mru-i nsiue )
the lev ele-1 revolver and th'n m.ish j

the heavy ghsss .md th.r mtal frames
of tl: renr wall f t!ie conservatory.
He leaped unhurt thr.',ur! the aper aperture
ture aperture thus made ami tied around the
corner of the house, followed by a

fusillade of shots from the sheriff nn 1 i n 7 TrTir t to

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OALA TEMPLE
PYTHIAN SISTERS
The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 23
Pvthian Sisters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:00 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members are
cordially invited to meet with us.
Lena Tompkins, M. E. C.
Kate I. Howell, M. R.
LOVAL 'ipPKIl OF I(HSn
Ocala Lowlsv -o. 6Vy, L. O. M.
meets every Thursday at S:?.0 p. o.
-Visiting bre;he-n always welcome ie
the lodge and lub house on Mag-

Jnolia street, near postoffioe.

The Gypsy, Hagar, Telling Fortunes.
the return of IIv.:ar acrain, bringing
with her the sweet and blooming
Esther, the rightful h-dr to the patrl patrl-Biony
Biony patrl-Biony the pypsy ch incelln? was squan squan-derlntr.
derlntr. squan-derlntr. and the arniuremeut for her
adoption by Ir. Lee. is had bnv; lei-n
intemlfl. had wrought a riht about
fae In the doctor's iittitu.Ie toward the
reckless, supposititious youns? master
cl Stanley hall. It had also wrought
a jrie;t ch.u.ue In the character of Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Stanley. From the frt meeting
v. It!i lovtdy I!t!ier Arthur had aban abandoned
doned abandoned Ids whd and spen ithrift "ays.
Then. too. the rivalry for FThrr's
aueetl-ns with Ids c.::-in. I'.'.alr. had
steadied Arthur. lie realized he loved
Esther, and he had resolved to te
worthy of her
As for i:t!ur. In the mid-t of de depressing,
pressing, depressing, morbid turmoil thnt followed
the discovery of the doctor's death In
hh study, she had moved as one In a
most unhappy dream. Under the cold.
eusDlcious eve3 of Blirli: Stanley's moth-

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i d train oniy. Special coaches for white and colored.
see your tiTket agent

hi deputy.

At the front of the house stood the
two automobiles deserted. The new

French no er so.l tlirol.binc under i 1
po-ver at the t,,ls f S't-inleyhal!.
The excltel dealer h i I not tliouzlit
further of the fine re-v machine when I
he heard the sheriff- quick summons i
for assistance The more p!:1 crmnti" I
and praeth a! mecl::in!e Ind turned off
tlie iower of Um. old u:irize enr when

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Jacksonville, Fla.

JOHN R0ISSEAU, C. T. A
Ocala, Florida.

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Bioraph two-reel drama, featuring" Kate Bruce, lima Huwbb,.- ad
Oretchen Ilartman.
MI. JAN AM) THE LADY REFORMER Yita-raph Corredy.
THIRD EPISODE OF THE JARR FAMILY SERIES.

STRATEGIST Selig Comedy.

ADMISSION: From 3::J Oto 10:30. FIVE AND TEN CENTS i

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Tr ouubt for the Day
We r.o longer believe in a class
that is called or set apart. Every
."! h;,. :.i :? call to make him him-'
' him-' ';' :;-. fill to hi f.-eovs and the hal hal-''
'' hal-'' .:;..-.'(: that -ome are called to do

give advice will :-;oon fade
-t;:al eiucation is Loth
.-pi ritual. The man who
hi- body every day in a

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danger to nis m-

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Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works

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

PHONE 34

OCALA, FLA.

hite Star Line Transfer Co,

TEAMS FOR RENT LIGHT AND HEAVY HAULING DONE
PHONE 296

We sell
BEAVER BOARD
Superior to Plaster or
Ceiling in Quality
and Price
INVESTIGATE

Packing, Storing,
Shippin of Freight,
Pianos, and Safes.
Baggage Service
the Best

COLLIER BROS., Proprietors

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This is our
HOFFMAN PRESS
Manufactured for the press.-ng of
Palm Beach and Duck Suits. Bcfng
heated by steam, it can not scorch.
The pressure being direct, not sliding,
it can not wear cr tear. Call and ?ee
it do the wik
Ocala Steam Laundry
Phone 101 402-404 South Main St.

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CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00.
State, County and City Depository.

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STANDARD A.ATTJIOAD OF THE SOUTH
Tickets sold for all trains Saturday and forenoon trains Sunday.
Limited to reach original starting point by midnight Tuesday.
FAVORITE LINE EXCURSION
- TO TOST.
ST. TOST. PETERSBURG, U. S. FORTS PASS --GRILLE
For inromation see your TICKET AGENT.

.v''irg !'rty Giwn by Miss Rrnt
A happy informal affair of yester yester-';.y
';.y yester-';.y a :ewir.: party given by Miss
I' U;i I.'r-nt. from -1 to 0 o'clock at the
h.-ine of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Genrgo Tier.! 2 on South Lime street.
As the guests, sixteen special
fiknds f the ho-tess, arrived they

were served to refreshing grapejuicej

punch on the veranda by Misses
Sarah Rentz and Carolyn Peyser. The
b;oad piazzas of the hostess home
wore adorned artistically with vari-

;!oi e flowers, forming a pretty
background for the young people
while they chatted and sewed. The
first hour was devoted to fancy work
after which each of the sixteen pieces
were numbered ami placed on a table.
A voting contest for the prettiest and
most useful article was then held.
For the most useful article Miss Sara
Gross' dainty piece of lingerie won
the greatest number of votes and
Miss Maude Mcintosh's luncheon
cloth was voted the prettiest. Miss
Gross was given an attractive creton
ha d b;:g and Miss Mcintosh a pretty

sijk woi-k nag. ine booby prize, a
calico button bag, was won on a cut
with Miss Blanche Whaley, by Miss
Sue Moore.
Refreshments consisting of chicken
salad, sandwiches, pickles, saltines,
l?mon ice, assorted cakes and salted
nuts were relished. In looking after
the pleasure of her daughter's guests
Mrs. Rentz was assisted by Mrs. Port
Lcavengood and little Misses Mary
Utntz and Mary Troxler assisted in
serving and when the young ladies
departed they gave to each a small
sHk sewing bag as a souvenir of the
charming occasion.
Miss Rentz' guests were Misses
Marie Burnett, Mamie and Sarah
Gross, May and Maude Mcintosh, Sue
Moore, Blanche Whaley, Musie Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, Frances Tarver, Florence Leit Leit-ner,
ner, Leit-ner, Gladys Martin, Myra and
Frances Agnew, Avalee Edwards,
Mary Harriet Livingston, Catharine
Strunk.

G. Wade, Jr. of Jacksonville and Mis-.
Margaret Wade of North Carolina,
attended the Blitchton picnic today.
They were accompanied by Mr. an!
Mrs. J. B. Horrell and Miss Avalee
Edwards.
Mrs. Richey will arrive this after

noon from Lakeland for a few days

visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Knight.
This will be Mrs. Richey's first visit
home since leaving to reside in Luke Luke-land
land Luke-land and her many friends will be
pleased to extend a hearty welcome.
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Mrs. Wm. Hocker and daughter.
Miss Elizabeth Hocker, are guests for
the week of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Camp,
going down on Tuesday.

Miss Margurite Porter will leave on
the early morning train tomorrow for
Ilendersonville, N. C, where she will
spend a portion of, the heated term.
En route Miss Porter will spend a

day with friends in Jacksonville.
Mrs. J. P. Galloway and little .ii -c

and Johnnie Lee Flinn left today for
Augusta, Ga. and Lineville, Ala.. t

visit relatives for several weeks. Mr.
Galloway accompanied his wife as far
as Jacksonville.
Miss Carol Perrenot of Andalusia,
Ala., is in Jacksonville the guest for a
few days of Miss Mary Verdery be before
fore before coming to Ocala to visit Miss
Mary Burford.

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Miss Callie Gissendaner leaves Sat

urday for Atlanta to visit relatives.
Master James Ellis is spending the
summer with his aunt, Mrs. Roberts
at Milton.
Miss Onie Chazal concluded today a
short visit to Miss Hester Dewey, re returning
turning returning to the lake this afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Roess and chil children
dren children went down to the lake this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon for a two weeks' stay at the
cottage of Miss Annie Davis.
Miss Blair Wood row and her guest,
Miss Franklin Harvey came up from
Lake Weir today to visit Mrs. W. K.
Ze wad ski until tomorrow.
Miss Ruth Rentz will enter Wes Wes-l
l Wes-l yn College, Macon, Ga., in Septem September.
ber. September. She will be accompanied to Ma Macon
con Macon by her mother, Mrs. George Rentz
who will visit relatives in and hear
Macon for a fortnight or longer.
Miss Bettie Mclver will come up
from Lake Weir in the morning to
cpend the day.
Mrs. Oseo Alvarez and young son,
yesterday concluded a short visit to
the former's brother, Dr. J. E. Chace
and family, leaving for Jacksonville.
Mrs. T. J. Killebrew will gave a
party tomorrow morning in honor of
her guest. Miss Edna McClane of St.
Petersburg.
Miss Lydie McDoughal, who will
hold the chair of expression at Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia College next term is making
preparations to give a recital in the
near future in Gainesville, Ga., where
she is taking a post graduate course
in expression at Brenau College.
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Mr. John Shacklett of Nashville,
Tenn., who has been at Lake Weir
enjoying a delightful visit of six
weeks to his cousin, Mr. James Hill,
It ft today for Estelle Springs, Tenn.,

much to the regret of his many
friends in this section made during

bis viit.

Mrs. T. S. Trantham of Tallahassee,

c-me up from Stanton yesterday,
where she has been recuperating and
today was joined at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Bullock,
by Mr. Trantham. Before returning

home they will spend awhile at Stan Stanton.
ton. Stanton. Miss Marguerite Porter leaves on
the early train tomorrow for Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville to spend the day with friends en
"i? to North Carolina to enjoy a
oio;un of several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Eli A. Osborne and
their house guests, Mr. and Mrs. N.

Mrs. Edwin Davis and two children
of Orlando were over-night guests of
Mrs. G. B. Stein, leaving this after afternoon
noon afternoon for an extended stay at their

summer home on Shell Island. They
will be met at Crystal River by Mr.
Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Weihe en entertained
tertained entertained about twenty of the tiny tots
of the city yesterday in compliment to
their little son, Master Frederick,
Weihe, fourth birthday. The little
ones assembled at four o'clock and
Master Frederick assisted by his
proud parents and doting grandmoth grandmother,
er, grandmother, Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe, received and
for two hours a number of interest interesting
ing interesting games were played. Later in the
afternoon all were invited to march
into the dining room, where the re refreshment
freshment refreshment table which was decorat decorated
ed decorated with red and white streamers fes festooned
tooned festooned from the chandilier to each cor corner
ner corner of the pretty table which was
centered with the all important and

none-the-less beautiful and delicious
birthday cake surmounted with its
four lighted candles, typifying the
passing of the four first happy years
of the little master of the household.
Pretty flowers also were grouped
about the table and with the" ice
cream and the cutting of the cake
made a wonderful afternoon for the
little ones. A great many pretty
birthday remembrances were received
and the opening of them was great
fun to the youngsters, who will long
remember the happy occasion with
Master Weihe.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Davis and fam family
ily family have closed their residence on
South Orange avenue, and gone to
their summer home on Shell Island,
off the west coast of Florida ami near
Crystal River. They expect to return
the middle of September. Orlando
Reporter-Star.
Mrs Ctone was an arrival yester yesterday
day yesterday from Ocala, where she has been
visiting friends. St. Petersburg
Times.
Mrs. A. R. Jones and two children,
Eunice and Russell, returned yester yesterday
day yesterday from a pleasant visit to Mrs. P.
C. Wind at Ocala. Gainesville Sun.
Miss Genevieve Redding and her
hostess, Miss Ophelia Gray, went to
Tampa this morning and will be
guests of friends in that city until
late in th? week. Miss Redding is
lrom Jacksonville. St. Petersburg
Independent.
Miss Redding will return to Ocala
next week foi another visit to her
grandmother, Mrs. E. J. Redding.

GALVANIZED,
CORRUGATED,
and FLAT SHEETS
All Forms of Metal
Roofing
All sizes and Gauges. Prompt
deli very from the largest and most
complete stock in Florida.
FLORIDA METAL PRODUCTS
COMPANY
3630 Evergreen Ave Jacksonville.

Sold by the Ocala Lumber and
Supply Company

J AX BISCUIT Th South'

great craiiier. Always fresh:

crisp. J AX BlSCUITS--f7 Tt Tf

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Arthur J::ni.-.I i?.t- t!.e TirrM:!-
new rn.r. He f ad H'tl. t..:'. nL a
be ha I order-! !: In n f.t of rr- kfe
extrav.'isr.nj.v :!. :: I it:';
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lnstiuet of ft-.r .'.r ; r? rv.it;..:.. : ?
it u.;ty L.r.e be- ; I. ... i..; :
.Lil.l. but t be I !;;:..:, ; ;
on h!bet spre-I. :;: 1 .;.Lr v.::. "l
the st. e: w :.. ; ; i. ih t:;::;
to the .tew.iy :
He ae o;.o : i. n:. I saw t
the ini'chaia.? oT.-b-i : .jrt :!:"
other ear. while the L ii;; 2
niiI swore !';;;. lei.v. V,'.'.. t!. r i w :
that tli ol.l l.-j t.;.-I.i!.;' fa! -I fi r '..
cure to re;.-i.d or ulc-Ur it v. s :..
cause the s...rth. i:.-::.-r hi the
grimy u:e'-haub. w,: :r- r.-.d le
li"pel for a !::. stern ;.:;-.. ,,f r. .;.
pnietico.l driver i:i err : fter n IV
rank r.ni:t?e':r ia a i.ew Frer.:li r; r r.
in either e;ie t!;e ,'A r.-.r was k,. :.;,.) i
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Conservatory Window.
start it. Arthur bad rend ei ouh of
automobiles to know it v. ere v.vll fur
him if be paused In bis t'.iuht that he
did not stvp the engine.
Ijoking back again and seriug he
was not as yet pursued, a tit of tie -crate
recklessness encouraged him bi the
resolve to pause and bid fa re web to
Esther. By this time all but a few of
the curious neighbors had gone, and
Esther was at the gate CDa-ed in
hanging a white wreath upon it in
memory of her dear old friend.
The meeting, the parting, were brief.

drama tie ami passionate. There was

no time for explanations n either side.
Arthur held the fair .1:1 to Lis I er.rt
for one brief r.-omont and plelced his
love and faith for her. and then wns

gone.
Now cause the other, car" in a cloud

of dust. t':i sped tiie pursr.eL Now

at the railroad crossing t?ie out? armed
watchman gave his warning Hag. The
gates are down, a long freight train Is
thundering up. At. his highest speed
Arthur takes the gates, that smash and
splinter at the Impact of his swift ma

chine, lie is gone, and the freight

train blocks pursuit. Then pride lias its
fall. Around a hend of the road work workmen
men workmen are digging a great culvert. On

one side is a siot'Ing bank of the river.

On the other side the embankment of
the road 1ed, across whbh the e en
culvert cuts. One glance shows Aitbur
that this way lies death. "lie will trn-t
the river.
With mighty effort he tun.- the
steering wheel and tb gre it, p'.ui girg
auto swerves at the brink of the n n. iy

dug culvert and, atilt -n two wheels, j
plows its way 'through the soft earth j
of the roadhed a the s;n am .! and j
hurtles a roekhig, ponderous mr.ss of j
mechanism down thr sloping side of
the river bank, swifter than it takes to j
tll.
Tragedy nnd comedy :m el... akin:
in the midst vt life we are i:i '. nt'.i. j
On the reen banks of t!i river J
this peneeful summer day the Colored j
Sons of Liberty had e'e tel to hoi 1 j
their annual i i ni' iYf. 1 r:.'i-
t ron 4 were spreaditig ti-mpLIng rakes
find pie and pouring t!:-- even more!

tempting leinonad'? J itii t::e eagrr
eyes of the Ion-lug e :ed 1 !e I. rot ti tiers
ers tiers of the S'-ns of I.i' erty.
The Sons of Liberty baud 'o::kl hnrd hnrd-Iy
Iy hnrd-Iy keep t!i ir smaekfng l!ps r.epli'vl to
their battered old i: -tt ur-efts .is t!:er
played 4E:n:uie;patI-n I '::y ?I"r h."
I aeon Jor.es. in fnll ie -'.' ri. v.-as
nlMut to snni'.'ioTi ail t the spr'.d i:p'!i
the white .-lotiis on th gr:v 1 v-Ii.-n.
roaring and g;: ns f 1 gr!i. as

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CLOTMMG DEPARTMENT

F?!anhaffan &
Manlialtan Shirts

-150 Shirts at $l9Lv

Eclipse Shirts
Eclipse Shirfs

ManhnttJin Reii

S2 00 Shirt

at $1.65

Manhattan Re. .2 50

Eclipse Regular CI

at tpi.ay

$2.00 Shirts

StrS1.10

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SUjO Shirts

Eclipse Regular $1.00
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All our Summer Union Suits comprising the Best
Fitting Rocking Chair and Manhattan ?? f A
Union buits, sl.50 arid $2.00 kind at-tPJLlV
All of our $1X0 Grade of Union Suits at this nft
Sale for
Palm Beach Soils-
Palm Beach Suits, $G.0() quality at this (2 ("A
Sale for . tpe)3U
Palm Beach Suits. $7.50 & $0.00 quality QilZ
at this Sale for tp4lt)
We carry tin; BEST LINE of Men's SILK, also
LISLE HOSIERY.. Special prices prevail at this
Sale. Reduced prices on BANISTER and HOW HOWARD
ARD HOWARD Sc FOSTER SHOES.

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THK I'KOPLK OF THIS COMMUNITY 44 UK LI EVE IN OUR
JEWELRY STORE F.OR JUST OXE RIG REASON WE HAVE
NEVER DECEIVED A CUSTOMER.
WE HAVE RUILT UP OUR BUSINESS, FIRST, BY CARRYING
ONLY JEWELRY AND JEWELRY STORE TIIINtLS WE KNOW
TO II E MUTERR IN QUALITY AND CORRECT IN STYLE, AND
SECONDLY, RY ASKING FOR THEM ONLY A REASONABLE
PRICE.
. WE MA K F WALITY" RIGHT: THEN THE PRICE RIGHT.
A. E. BURNETT
CC ALA'S RELIABLE JEWELER

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de berry .b-hbil bi--'e:f: -.".!:. the gr'-at
racing aeto !-.vn t!:re'ig'i tb jd-tde
nnd the l and and :n-r -s very f,-":i
prend. ar.d sea ft rir:g r-'d d :r'.b! an!
young right a:.d b'ft s-trn-'k t' e water
with a n;fg!5fy ;.: i!i. tari.P g eoni-

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There arc times in every woman's life when she
needs a fenic to help her over the hard places.
When that time comes to you, you kr.ov what tonic
to tac Cardui, the woman's tonic Cardui is com compared
pared compared of purely vendible ingredients, which act
ccntly, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs,
md helps build them back to-strength and health.
It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak,
.ailing women in its past half century of wonderful
success, and it do the same for you.
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against barra" f tbe Srmb -y! tb. dl a
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1 as $n,::;r as I ever did, and can eat most anything."
Begin liking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers.
! HiRS Helrjed Thousands.

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(Continued Next Week;

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OCA LA EVENING STAR THURSDAY. JULY 29, 1915

FOUR
FROM GENERAL GILCHRIST

OCALA OCCURENCES

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Board of Trade
night.
meets tomorrow ;
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open nignt j
and day. Merchant's Cafe. 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.
Mr. W. J. Mixson of Inglis is
among the business visitors in the
city today.
A new line of high grade stationery
in all the latest 'styles and cuts at
Gerig's. tf-
Have you tried those delicious Max Max-ixe
ixe Max-ixe eherries? 50 cents per pound, at
Gerig's. tf-
At the Temple tonight will se seen
"His Brother's Keeper," a Biograph
drama, "Mr. Jan and the Lady Re Reformer,"
former," Reformer," a Vitagraph drama, and
another of the comical Jarr stories.
Try one of tnose frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf
Another fresh shipment of Triola
sweets just in at Gerig's. tf.
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, af Johnny's Place, tf
The Court Pharmacy serves fresh
BUTTERMILK all the time; 5 cents
per glass. Try it. tf
The movement of the Louis R. Cha Cha-zal
zal Cha-zal & Son Company in arranging to
handle the Marion county corn crop
this fall is receiving much favorable
comment among the farmers.
Tomorrow may be too late, so come
now and get. your share of ALPINE
FLAX stationery below cost. The
Court Pharmacy. tf
On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol
lar's worth of other crroceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
The Junior Guild of Grace church
will hold a candy sale Friday after afternoon
noon afternoon and night at the Temple theater.
The Clyde Line excursions now-be
ing advertised in the Star are becom
ing quite popular with our people
and quite a few are planning to take
an ocean voyage during the coming
month.-
Bring your prescriptions to Ocala's
largest drug store, where prompt and
experienced service is always at your
disposal. The Court Pharmacy. tf
Among the Lake Weir people in
town late yesterday afternoon were
Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Henry, Mrs. D. S
Woodrow and Miss Cobb, of Green
ville, S. C, who is 'visiting friends at
Eastlake for the summer. They came
up in Dr. Henry's car.
Use Nyal's iamiiy remedies. Al
good good for all. Sold by. Annex
Drug Store. 16-tf
SEE FARM on ttie Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetr jles, milk and eggs, tf
Messrs. J. V. Lamar, Jake Brown
T. D. Lancaster, Charles Sage and Z
C. Chambliss went to Fellowship this
afternoon to inspect the monument re
cently placed in the cemetery at that
place over the grave of Sovereign
Smith of Fort King Camp No. 14
Woodmen of the Wortd. They made
the trip in Mr. Chambliss' car.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Lenker of Fair
field, are among the shoppers in town
from the northwestern part of the
county.
Houses for rent on Daugherty
street, all modern conveniences. Ap
ply to A. G. Gates at Gates' Gar
age. 15-tf
The Star was misinformed yester
day about the man appearing at the
Ocala Pawn & Loan Office with the
goods stolen from the home of Mr
Trulock on Tuesday night.
Lawrence Thornton left yesterday
morniner for Ocala. where he will
complete the business course which he
started here. Mr. Tohrnton is a well
known young man. He will then re return
turn return to this city where he has a posi position
tion position waiting him, upon completing
his business training. St. Petersburg
Times.
VHERE SHALL I
THE STATE UNIVERSITY
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
Highest standards, ranking with the
largest and best Universities of the
North and East.
387 students lajst session. Total en enrollment
rollment enrollment 639, including: summer school.
Tuition free, excepting: $20 per se semester
mester semester for law.
For further information address,
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Fridaj
For Florida fair tonight
ocal showers.
Mr. L. P. Marsh and daughter,
Miss Annie Lou of Electra, were
among the visitors in the city yester
day afternoon. Mr. Marsh is one of
the most successful stock laisers on
the east side, and keeps up with the
news of the county and the world in I
general thru the Star.
Mr. J. Purdy Kichardson, repre
senting the Heintz Manufacturing Co.
is in the city seeing the trade. Mr
Richardson is a former resident of
Mcintosh and well known by every
body in the county. He will go from
here to Savannah to be present at the!
annual meeting of the Heintz sales-
men of the southeastern district next
in nicn ty,o1-o o mooi-'c I
visit with his family who are spending
the summer at Richburg, S. C. While
here Mr. Richardson is stopping with
his sister, Mrs. J. A. Bouvier on
Daugherty street.
Mr. J. C. Pillans, merchant and!
postmaster at Electra, is in the city
today transacting business. The corn
crops in the Electra section are
best ever" this season.
'the
Foes and Krionds.
When two men are extremely po
lite to each other it is a sign that
they don't like each other. But when
they say, "Hello, you onery old pup!"
and "How's yourself, you porch-
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L-imiDing oin norsetmer? thev are
good friends. r -:-Tiati Enquirer.
Richness of Life.
In our friends the richness of life Is
proved to us by what we have gained;
in the faces in the street the rich
ness of life is proved to us by a hint
of what we have lo?l. Browning.
Traveling Man's Experience
"In the summer of 18S8 I had a very
severe attack of cholera morbus. Two
physicians worked over me from four
a. m. to 6 p. m. without crivinjr me any
relief and then told me they did not
expeci me to live; tnat i nad oest teie-
r ro,- wi
and told him to buv me a bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, and take no sub
stitute. 1 took a double dose accord according
ing according to the directions and went to sleep
after the second dose. At five o'clock
the next morning I was called by my
order and took a train for my next
stopping point, a well man but feel feeling
ing feeling rather shaky from the severity of
the attack," writes H. W. Ireland,
Louisville, Ky. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
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GO TO SCHOOL ?
FI.OKIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR
WOJIEV, TALLAHASSEE. FLA.
Standard the same as thos of the
best colleges and universities in the
country.
Modern buildings and equipment; all
modern conveniences.
473 students regular term; 163 sum summer
mer summer term; total enrollment last ses session
sion session 636.
Tuition free In college and normal
school.
For catalougre and information write,
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TYRONE POWER AS
William Wintei, dramatic critic, in
his book on the life of Tyrone Power,
says that Power will go down in stage
history as great an artist as Booth,
Barrett or John McCullough. Every
one knows of the distinguished stage
career of Power who played Brutus to
Faversham's Marc Antony; supported
Sir Henry Irving and Helen Terry;
scored as "the Marquis of Steyne," in
Mrs. Fiske's production of "Becky
Sharp," and was a leading member of
Augustin Daly's great company of
artists of the spoken drama. Editorial
Note.
By TYRONE POWER.
I am proud to appear In the silent
drama and I am delighted to be a
member of the great Sells Polyscope
company, ror air. winiam aeug t
artistic conceptions appeal to me,
and I feel perfectly at home in the
Sellg environment. I feel there are
opportunities in motion picture vork
that are somewhat lacking in stage
art. Yes, even -such an old stager as
myself is obliged to admit this fact.
I concluded upon taking up this
work to permit the director to di-
rect and the actor to act
Maybe the
failures registered by some actors and
actresses, who turn to the motion pic
tures, are caused by the fact that they
assume a know-it-all attitude. They
refuse instruction, claiming that years
of experience on the stage cause them
to be well qualified to act for the
screen. For my part, I have found
many new details to comprehend
much new "business" that is peculiar peculiarly
ly peculiarly Identified with the animated screen.
The art of make-up, for example,
must be altered to a certain extent
Make-up appropriate for the footlights
will never do in the motion picture stu studio.
dio. studio. "Then again, there is new tech technique
nique technique to comprehend, a more limited
space for the action, and there is no
audience to spur one along.
I confess that for a time I held
the attitude of many other well-known
actors toward the silent drama. 1
thought the industry but a flash In the
pan. But with the advancement, the
wonderful strides onward and up
ward, I experienced a change of
heart. I was informed that people
who never before could afford to see
my acting would now be given an op opportunity
portunity opportunity because the prices for the
silent drama are not so high. I was
Informed that pictureplay audiences
were exacting, and as appreciative
and as pliant as those who frequent
the legitimate theaters. I believe
this to be true. I have been visiting
many pictureplay theaters, and
I have been studying the audiences.
relieve that mv art will not suffer and
tnat I am in a humble way contrib-
utl to the enj0yment of the masses
when I try to do my best in picture
Pla lan"
I believe that if Sir Henry Irving.
that great actor, were alive, that he
would perpetuate his art for future
generations through the medium of
motion pictures. I was playing Bo-
cassio in Sir Henry's London produc
tion, I well remember, and one night
his dresser came to me and said Sir
Henry wanted to see me. Attired in
a resplendent robe, I mounted the
stairs to Sir Henry's dressing room
He was seated before his dressing
table making up for his wonderful
character role. I can see him vividly
in my mind's eye. "Power," said he.
Diarrhoea Quickly Cured
"About two years ago I had a se-
vere attack of diarrhoea which lasted
for over a week," writes W C. Jones
Buford, N. D. "I became so weak that
I could not stand upright. A drugcit
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.
A full line of loose leat ledgers,
note books and memorandums al always
ways always on hand at Gerig's. tf

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"MAVERICK GRANDER.
"who was the greatest of all English English-speaking
speaking English-speaking actors?" One of the great greatest
est greatest of actors sat there, but without
reflection, I said: "Edmund Kean, per perhaps."
haps." perhaps." "Ah-h-h, right you are," exclaimed
Sir Henry. "Edmund Kean was the
greatest of English speaking actors
the little man in the cape."
Mrs. Powers and I have a little son,
and naturally all our hopes are cen centered
tered centered in him. And when he grows in
years the art of the motion pictures
will do much for his education. He
will have educational advantages that
I nrver had. His mind will be broad broadened
ened broadened without the vexations of extend extended
ed extended travel; he will have learned at an
early age the wonderful story of the
bee and other secrets of nature, his
imagination will have been cultivated
by visits to motion picture dramas of
higher class; without imagination a
luiaan being is nothing. When a boy
I read fairy tales illustrated with col
ored plates. My son can see the liv
ing, moving fairy stories on the mo motion
tion motion picture screen, and fairy stories
are educating for they cultivate the
imagination; bring higher thoughts
and fancies; tend to refinement and
gentleness.
The art of the motion picture is won
derful. The McCauley of future his-x
torical events will not be obliged to
depend upon the opinions, and the
ideas, and the prejudices of others. In
stead he will enter a large record
room, ask for motion picture films of
this or that period, and he will see
at first hand the modes of dress, the
architecture, the armaments, the cus
toms of living of the people of that
particular historical period.
Before the advent of the motion pic
ture, some Europeans believed that
Buffalo, N. Y., was so named because
buffaloes roamed there; they thought
Chicago was on the border of the
western wilderness. After the motion
picture had flashed true to life scenes
in and about these great cities, the
Europeans received a more enlight
ened conception of the life and won
de-rs of this great country
I believe that between the pillars
of the great churches, the motion pic
ture screen will sooner or later be
permanently fastened. Why not?
Seeing is believing! Pointing -to the
motion picture screen as the pictures
appear, the clergyman will exclaim:
"This is JcruHalemihere ve see the
Mount of Olives: here is where the
Bible tells us Christ was crucified;
this is the Sea of Galilee. In this
manner the Bible will be made yet
more dear to many, and its lessons
made the more vivid and impres
sive.
And I often hear adverse comments
upon the melodrama of the motion
pictures. Thi3 melodrama is not so
bad; I speak from experience; there
is always a moral lessen in movie mel
odrama and many are beautifully
pictured like great paintings of
tragic action. We must all have our
tragedies, our melodramas In real
life, and what, by the way, i3 more
melodramatic than the Bible and
Shakespeare?
I Lave .put my best work Into the
character of "Mave.ick Brander," the
Texas Cattle King in Charles Hoyt's
play "A Texa3 Steer," released as a Se-
lig Red Seal play. There are many op
portunities in that character role for
humorous work.
Beauty More Than Skin Deep
A T rr. it i-f-il w-m'-.n nkvnvs ba5 food
tf ,no.tir,n fnultv.
; rnC;-t' TnMot?' will do von
good. Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
V. K. T-ine, M- !.. TivIcln and
urgeoii, sjm r.Ust Mje, K.ir, N;0
htuI Throat. Library Btiildlns,
Ocala, Fia.
Cautforv.
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Punta Gorda, July 20th, 1915.
Editor Perry Herald: I think you
did me an injustice in the following:
"Gilchrit bids for newspaper sup support
port support by signifying his purpose of

on printed envelopes, in case of his j
election. Is that sort of a bribe?"
To which the Ocala Star replies. "No
it would be justice."
In my opinion, the government
could, with far more justice, go into
the business of raising sweet potatoes,
j quashes and cotton as to invade, ;
with its greater facilities and wealth,'
the job printing department of the j
newspapers. Considered from a sor
did financial point, more people would
lose money, in preventing such a mo-
nopoly than are represented many
times in all the members of the Press.
I sordidness and not "justice" were
ar stake, Gilchrist would lose far
more votes from those who would
have to pay for their printing by the
abolishment of this unjust monopoly
than he could possibly gain from the
Press, especially from that branch of
the Press, which can see only "a
bribe" where "justice" begins. A
copy is sent to the Ocala Star.
Very truly,
Albert W. Gilchrist.
PICNIC AT TURNER'S POND
A basket diner and picnic will be
held at Turner's Pond on July 30th.
Everybody is invited. Speaking for
and against county division, and
speakers are invited to come and bring
their friends. Come everybody and let
us have a big rally day. Refresh Refreshments
ments Refreshments will be served by J. D. Will Williams,
iams, Williams, for benefit of picnic grounds.
Comnittee.
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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
r scratch, ror all such ailments
Bucklen's Arnica Salve is excellent. It
protects and heals the hurt; is an
tiseptic, kills infection and prevents
dangerous complications. Good for all
km blemishes, pimples, salt rheum.
eczema. Get an original 2-ounce 25c.
box from your druggist. Adv. 2
OCALA SEED STORE
A full line of Corn, Oats, Bran,
Shorts, Hay and Mr 'asses feeds. Gotf
A Cough Remedy that Relieves
Its prepared from the healine pine
balsam, tar and honey all mixed in a
plea?ant, soothing cough syrup called
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. Thousands
have benefited by its use no need
your enduring that annoying cough or
risking a dangerous cold. Go to your
dealer, ask for a 2.3c. original bottle
Dr. Hall s Pine-Tar-Honey, start us
ing at once and get rid of your couch
and cold. Adv. 2
Lose Its Charm.
It's difficult for a newly married
man to generate much enthusiasm
over his bv.-Ie's beautiful hair after
he has ifp;i l:v: it on the bureau
for the i i; Il.
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Hard work, over-exertion, mean
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lightly applied, a little quiet, and your
soreness disappears like magic. Mroth-
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writes one grateful user, htops suffer
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counter-irritant, better and cleaner
than mustard. All druggists, 2oc. Get
a bottle today. Penetrates without
rubbing. Adv. 2
Derivation cf ''Comedy.
Comedy, the ai!ilr!7 d form of th
Latin ccmaedia. i. .id from the
Greek comus. a r'n p.-wi sion. and
aeideni, to r: :he ode
flung during the i
Advertise in the Star.
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ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
For Sale Pledge No. 1134721 jew jeweled
eled jeweled Hamilton watch adjusted to five
positions; 20-year gold filled case
gi;aranteed to stand railroad inspec
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Ocala Loan & Pawn Office. 7-27-3f
LOST A keyring containing about
15 keys of all kinds, and tag with
name J. A. Turner, and Chicago ad
dress. Return same to this office and
receive reward. 27-4t
FOR SALE 60 bushels of Florida
pears, good for preserving and can
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FOR RENT A six room bungalow
with all modern conveniences on Ok
lawaha avenue, formerly occupied by
Mr. Howard Clark. Thone 383 or
call on Mrs. O. T. Green. 24-t
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FROM MRS. MOORIIEAD
TO THE CLUB GIRLS
My dear Club Girls: This year
club girls will make an exhibit at the
fall contest. The work on the tenth tenth-acre
acre tenth-acre plot and the tomato exhibit will
determine the first prize winner", but
prizes will be offered for the be.t
vegetable exhibit. Only products in
the following list will be counted. To Tomato
mato Tomato exhibit open to all club mem members:
bers: members: 2 qt. glass jar.s canned fruit.
2 eight oz. bottles tomato catsup.
2 12 oz. jars tomato pickle (sweet
and Four).
2 cans tomatoes canned in tin.
2 8 oz. bottles chili sauce.
Fruit exhibit open to all girls over
12 years.
C 12 oz. jars fig preserves.
0 12 oz. jars orange marmalade.
C glasses sour orange jelly.
C qt. jars canned fruit (one kind)
C pt. jars watermelon rind pre preserves
serves preserves or peach pickle.
If you wbh to enter the fruit con contest
test contest and cannot procure all fruits on
the list, consult me about making
substitutes.
Your mothers and friends are urg urged
ed urged to exhibit products and prizes will
be offered to adults not club mem members.
bers. members. 1 hope all products exhibited will
be in uniform containers, and all
have the clear white glass topped
jars, and grip top jelly glasses.
The Marion Hardware Co. has this
special glassware in stock, ordered
especially for club work. Others are

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portunity opportunity to obtain pretty glassware
for exhibit work. Make your selec selections
tions selections early so that more can be or ordered
dered ordered if necessary.
Yours very truly,
Carolina H. Moorhead, Agent.
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