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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
Star
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English
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Porter & Harding
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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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ASSOCIATED
PRESS
SERVICE

VOL. 21.
Can No Longer

Capital

EVERYTHING OF MILITARY VALUE REMOVED AND D TENDERS

EXPECT TO RETREAT INTACT

(Associated Press)

London, July 30. Warsaw at last
is in the throes of abandonment. The
Germans in overwhelming numbers
are at the gates of the city. Dis Dispatches
patches Dispatches from Warsaw to Petrograd
say further resistance is unwise. The
city's fall is expected hourly.
The problem is now to move the
Russian army intact. It is threatened
from the south, but more seriously
from the north, where the Germans
are aiming at the railway from Pet Pet-rogram
rogram Pet-rogram to Warsaw. The Warsaw
postoffice has already been moved.
The populace has been warned to be
calm. Presumably the Russians for
days have been stripping the city of
everything of military value. Ger German
man German aviators are hovering over the
city.
According to German advices, all
plans are complete for the triumph-'
ant entry of the emperor and em empress.
press. empress. It is expected that if Warsaw falls
the Germans will renew their offen offensive
sive offensive in the west. Little worthy of
note is happening in the west.
POPE DESIRES PEACE
Intends to Work Through the Epis Episcopate
copate Episcopate to Secure an Armistice
(Associated Press)
Berlin, July 30. (Wireless) A
Madrid dispatch to the Overseas
Agency says a Spanish newspaper
has reports from Rome that the pope
is preparing a great action through
the Episcopate of belligerents with
the object of securing an armistice.
MEETING OF MAXWELL
AGENTS AND OFFICIALS
Sixty Florida Agents Took Luncheon
at the Hotel Mason and Listened
to a Factory Expert
(Times-Union, 29th)
Wednesday was a red letter day for
the Maxwell dealers in Florida. About
sixty of them gathered at the Hotel
Mason to greet the prominent Max Maxwell
well Maxwell officials, who came from the fac factory
tory factory to outline the policy of their firm
for the coming year. Heading the
group of Detroit visitors was H. H.
Howe, supervisor for Zone 2. Ac Accompanying
companying Accompanying him were J. P. Headley,
assistant supervisor, and R. M. Row Rowland,
land, Rowland, representing the publicity and
advertising department.
It was the intention to have the
new 1916 Maxwell on display at the
meeting, but there was a hitch on the
part of the railways and the cars did
not arrive until evening. Most of the
men remained over in order to see the
new model, and were amply rewarded
for their trouble. The car is a beauty,
possessing the fashionable yacht
lines, demountable rims, one-man top,
and other refinements which are gen generally
erally generally found only on the more expen expensive
sive expensive propositions. It aroused the
greatest enthusiasm among the men
who are to sell the line next year,
and every 'one predicted that the
coming season would be the most
prosperous one that they had ever
enjoyed.
After the lunch, which was served
in the cool dining room on the top
floor of the Mason, those present
listened to several talks from the
representatives of the Detroit factory.
Mr. Howe dwelt on the financial
strength of the Maxwell Motor Sales
Corporation and traced the growth of
the organization from its inception,
two and a half years ago, to Its pres present
ent present position in the front rank of the
motor car industry. Following Mr.
Howe, Mr. Headley spoke of the out outlook
look outlook for business in the South, and
(Concluded on Fourth Page)

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Hold the Polish
BECKER WAS GAME TO HIS LAST
BREATH
Associated Press)
Ossining, N. Y., July 30. Becker
was executed at 5:45 this morning.
Three shocks were necessary to kill
him. He was "game" to the last
LAST HOURS OF THE CONDEMN CONDEMN-ED
ED CONDEMN-ED MAN
Becker retained his composure to
the last, protesting his innocence.
A photograph of his wife was pinned
over his heart. His last words were
the prayer for the dying, "God have
mercy on us."
There were three shocks. Ho- was
dead at 5:55.
Becker -led the way to the execu execution.
tion. execution. He was up all night and talked
calmly to Deputy Warden Johnson.
Priests came an hour before the ex execution
ecution execution to administer the last rites
and remained to the end. Witnesses
assembled shortly after 5 o'clock.
When they -were placed in the death
chamber, Deputy Warden Johnson
went for Becker. As he entered the
cell, Becker arose and took the cruci crucifix.
fix. crucifix. He gave Father Cashin, the
prison chaplain, his last message.
"I'm not guilty by deed, conspiracy
or any other way, of the death of Ros Rosenthal;
enthal; Rosenthal; I'm sacrificed to my friends.
Bear this message to the world and
my friends."
As Becker entered the death
chamber, he looked quickly around,
walked briskly to the chair and sat
down. In a little over a minute the
straps were placed and the switch
turned.
During the night Becker wrote a
statement saying he was innocent and
praising his wife.
Samuel Haynes, a negro, was ex executed
ecuted executed after Becker.
DESPERATE STRUGGLE OF THE
LAST DAYS
This ends one of the most stub stubbornly
bornly stubbornly fought battles to defeat jus justice
tice justice on record.
The public is of course familiar
with the Becker case. He was not
tried for killing Rosenthal, the gam gambler,
bler, gambler, but for influencing others to do
so. The "gun men" who actually com committed
mitted committed the act were executed last
year.
Becker was tried twice, and after
ho had been found guilty, and the day
for his execution set, he made a more
desperate attempt for a new trial
than ever before.
That he failed is probably owing
to the fact that the governor of New
York, Whitman, was the prosecuting
attorney who secured his conviction.
Whitman was positively sure of
Becker's guilt and was certain that
it was the governor's duty to see that
the criminal went to the chair.
July 12, shortly after the court of
appeals denied Becker a third trial,
W. Bourke Cochran became Becker's
chief counsel. He appeared before
United States Supreme Court Justice
Hughes and argued for a writ of er error,
ror, error, which was denied. During the
week previous to that in which Becker
was sentenced to die Governor Whit Whitman
man Whitman granted the condemned man a
reprieve of two weeks as he had
learned, it was stated, new motions
were to be made in Becker's behalL.
On July 20 a 15,000 word state statement
ment statement by Becker was forwarded to the
governor. The statement was said to
contain new facts and made public
(Concluded on Fourth Page)

FACED DEATH
WITHOUT FEAR

OOALA.

THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION

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WHAT THE BLOXHAM COUNTY
SEARCHING SCRUTINY
OF LAKE STEAMERS
Accident to the Eastland has Caused
Unwonted Vigilance Among
Officials
(Associated Press)
Chicago, July 30. The work of
raising the Eastland is proceeding
slowly. Ten divers are still search searching
ing searching the river. They found the lo:ly
of a woman in the cabin.
The identified dead are 833; un
identified, two. The Western Elec
tric Company's list of missing is 230.
Federal and state grand juries and
a board representing the steamboat
inspection service have resumed in inquiries.
quiries. inquiries. The federal jury will exam
ine every phase of construction and
operation of the Eastland.
The city officialB have begun an in
vestigation of every excursion and
passenger steamer plying out of Chi
cago.
UNITED STATES MARSHALL
SEIZED THE EASTLAND
Some People Likely to SuITer for
Careless Management of
the Ship
(Associated Press)
Chicago, July SO. The United
States marshal, at the order of Fed Federal
eral Federal Judge Landis, has seized the
Eastland. This action will prevent
tampering with the mechanism. State
Attorney Hoyne announces that sev sev-eial
eial sev-eial indictments will probably be re returned,
turned, returned, charging manslaughter ard
criminal carelessness.
AMERICAN WORKMEN
SHOULD RESENT
FOREIGN I N TER F ER EN C K
(Associated Pr.ss)
Washington, July 30. Samuel
Gompers, president of the American
Federation of Iabor, reiterated tha
charge that foreign influences have
been working to make strikes in the
United States, and called upon work working
ing working men to discountenance such at attempts,
tempts, attempts, in a statement issued today.
OKUMA HAS STEPPED
DOWN AND OUT
Elections in Japan Last March Seem
to Have Been Impure
(Associated Press i
Tokio, July 30. The Japanese cab cabinet,
inet, cabinet, headed by Premier Okuma, has
resigned, as a result of the resigna resignation
tion resignation yesterday of Minister of the In In-teerior
teerior In-teerior Ourk, after van investigation
of bribery charges in the March elec elections.
tions. elections. Okuma felt responsible for the
actions of members of the cabinet.
A full line of loose Ieat ledgers,
note books and memorandums al always
ways always on hand at Gerig's. tf

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COUNTY TAX PAVi:M WILL BE UNDER

AMERICA IS
AD tMAilATIOII
OF ABUSE OF PASSPORTS BY
GERMAN OFFICIALS
(Associated Press)
W-.shington, July 30. Ambassador
e;atd ha.; 1.om directed to call to
the attention the German govern government
ment government statements by persons arrested
iti England a-; German spies that
Gn man f f'icia's h d s-unplicd them
with fov;rd American passports.
This action was l a v on sworn tes
timony of ;oerrl alleged German
si- ics aj;ue einl.l and statements of
Americans wlme genuine passports
au aile.ned to have been forged. A m m-b;'ssad'r
b;'ssad'r m-b;'ssad'r Gerard is directed to seek an
explanation of that portion of tes testimony
timony testimony in several rasrs which appears
to make agent., of the Geramn gov government
ernment government re -ronsihlo for the forgeries.
Officials here have been concerned
for some time at repeated instances of
abuse of American passports. It was
pointed out, however, that there was
no recourse against deliberate for forgery
gery forgery of a passport or any other doc document
ument document at such a time.
Hi
I8LT IS HAPPY
Prominent Florida Politician is a
Staunch Admirer of the
President
(Special to the Star)
Washington, July 2!. Pleasant A.
Holt, president of the city council of
Jacksonville, democratic executive
committeeman and one of the besl
known politicians in Florida, was in
the capital for a few hours yesterday
en route to New York, where he goes
oi business.
Mr. Holt had no particular mission
in Washington but only stopped off,
as he explained, to see a few friends
and at the ;arne time break the
monotony of an all rail trip from
Jacksonville to Gotham.
Floridians will recall that he man managed
aged managed the campaign for delegates to
t!-e Baltimore convention for Oscar
lnderv.-ood as nrainst Wood row Wil-.-on
and that Mr. Underwood carried
Mortda by 8 )' votes.
Mr. Holt, however, as is Senator
Underwood a firm and .-ta'.mch admir admirer
er admirer of V: -"!- r.t Wil-on and says that
the olicy of the president, as he
gathers ii. is meeting with the hearty
approval of the people of Florida. He
thinks the president will encounter
little or no difficulty in being re reelected.
elected. reelected. The well known Floridian is look looking
ing looking well and, a uual. is in a happy
mood.
FRESH buttermilk at the Court!
Pharmacy fountain every day. tf j

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Senator Fletcher Too Busy in Wash Washington
ington Washington to Yisit the Pacific
Slope
(Special to the Star)
Washington, July 29. Senator D.
U. Fletcher of Florida, has been in
vited to deliver several addresses in
the west on the subject of rural
credits in which he is recognized as
one of the leading authorities of this
country.
The senator also received an invi
tation t,o tieliver several addresses in
Kentucky on this subject at meet
ings of farmers.
Invited to the Exposition
The following is the text of a tele
gram from Sacramento, Cal., signed
by United States Senators Newlands
of Nevada, and James D. Phlean of
California, Governor Johnson of Cali California,
fornia, California, Charles C. Moore, Thomas F.
Hunt and J. B. Case, the senator re received
ceived received yesterday:
"International irrigation congress
will give special consideration to
rural credits at twenty-second annual
meeting in California, September 13
to 20th, with meetings at Stockton,
Fiesno, Sacramento and at the expo exposition
sition exposition in San Francisco. Cordial invi invitation
tation invitation is extended to you to address
irrigation congress on subject rural
credits. We urge importance your
presence on this occasion. Wire reply
to Secretary Arthur Hooker, Sacra Sacramento."
mento." Sacramento." Qn account of duties in Washing Washington
ton Washington it is not probable Senator Flet Fletcher
cher Fletcher will go o the Pacific coast. He
i v busily engaged now arranging for
rural ci edits leg:: lation at the next
session of Congress.
WARM SPRINGS FISH
FOR LAKE WEIR
Government Sends Marion County
Another Batch of Young Trout
Secretary Rroney received today a
dispatch saying that 120 gallons of
ycung bass had been shipped from
the government hatchery at Warm
Spricg, Ga., for Iake Weir.
The fi:h will arrive on the 9:0." p. m.
A. C. L. train, and Mr. Rooney, who
has been sick for the last four days,
climbed out of Ied in order to receive
them at Lake Weir and with the
assistance of other patriots down
there to put them in the water.
A Cough Remedy that Relieves
Its prepared from the healing pine
balsam, tar and honey all mixed in a
pleasant, 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 2Gc. original bottle
Dr. Hall's Pine-Tar-Honey, start us using
ing using at once and get rid of your cough
and cold. Adv. 2

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STARVATION THREATENS PEOPLE OF CAPITAL AND NORTH NORTHEASTERN
EASTERN NORTHEASTERN STATES

(Associated Press)

Washington, July 30. The state
department has sent representations
to Zapata, via Mexico City, regarding
the reported assault of Zapata sol soldiers
diers soldiers on Allan Mallory, an American
near Puebla.
SHORTAGE OF FOOD SUPPLIES
Laredo, Texas, July 30. The food
shortage in northeastern Mexico is
serious, according to Americans ar arriving
riving arriving here. Indications are that the
mines will close.
DEMAND FROM THE STATE DE DEPARTMENT
PARTMENT DEPARTMENT Washington, July 30. Demanding
in the name of humanity that food be
permitted to reach the starving peo people
ple people of Mexico City, the state depart department
ment department last night sent urgent repre representations
sentations representations to Carranza, Villa and
Zapata declaring the avenues of trans transportation
portation transportation to Mexico City must be
opened to provisions.
The text of the communication was
not made public, but it is known that
the document is a forerunner of more
action, and is soon to be taken in the
form of a demand upon the Mexican
factions that they end the strife and
establish a constitutional govern government.
ment. government. Official reports from Mexico City
told of actual starvation there and
said conditions generally were worse
than ever, and that people of all
classes were suffering.
ASSAULT ON AN AMERICAN
State department messages from
Vera Cruz told of an assault upon Al Allan"
lan" Allan" Mallory, an American citizen, by
Zapata soldiers near Puebla, and that
the soldiers trampled upon an Amer American
ican American flag which Mallory was flying on
his automobile. It is said that Mal
lory was also threatened with death
when he protested against the sol soldiers
diers soldiers taking two Spaniards from his
car. The Spaniards were sentenced
to death, but it is not known whether
or not the sentence was executed.
VILLA'S MEN WERE BEATEN BY
OBREGON
Galveston, July 30. Obregon has
defeat?d a large Villa force south of
Torreon, says a cablegram from Vera
Cruz to the Carranza consulate here.
Two other crdumns of Carranza trtps
are moving toward Torreon.
TEMPLE ATTRACTIONS
Excellent Features for the Next Few
V
Monday Evenings
For the next five Monday evenings.
Mr. Bennett has secured a series of
the most attractive features. That
for next Monday is "The Juggernaut,"
r five-reel Vitagraph, with Earl Wil Williams
liams Williams and Anita Stewart in the lead leading
ing leading rols.
"Juggernaut" was compiled at con-
sielerable expense, as may be realized
when one considers the train wreck
in one of the scenes. In this fea feature,
ture, feature, a locomotive and train of cars
takes a plunge off a broken bridge
into a river, a stunt that cost the Vit
agraph Co. a cool ?2.",000.
The succeeding features of the suc
ceeding four Monday nights will be
as follows:
August 9th, Graustark, 0 reel Es-
sanay feature with Francis X. Bush
man, Beverly Bayne, Bryant Wash Washburn
burn Washburn and Edna Mayo.
August 10th, The Carpet from Bag-
drd, C reel Selig feature with Kath-
lyn Williams.
August 23, The Island of Regener
ation, C, reel Vitagraph with Edith
Story and Antonio Moreno.
August 30, The Rosary, 7 reel Selig
feature, with Kathlyn Williams.
For tonight the Temple has the
third chapter of "The Diamond from
the Sky," also an Edison drama
featuring Marc McDermott and a Ka-
l?m comedy in which appears those
two hopelessly ridiculous people,
"Ham and Bud."

LOCAL NEWS
TO
PRESS TIME

NO. 179
AMERICAN MARINES
RESTORED ORDER
COMMITTEE OF PUBLIC SAFETY
IN CHARGE AT PORT AU
PRINCE
Associated Press)
Washington, July SO. Secretary
Lansing announced today that a com committee
mittee committee of public safety at Port au
Prince has taken charge and is con conducting
ducting conducting a de facto government.
American Marines Restored Order
Port au Prince, Haiti, July 30. The
American forces landed here have re restored
stored restored order. Both Haitien soldiers
and civilians have been disarmed and
there is little sign now of the rising,
which for two days previously had
kept Port au Princem a panic.
The marines on landing met a
slight resistance, which was over overcome
come overcome without casualties to the mar marines.
ines. marines. NOTICE TO PYTHIAN KNIGHTS
State Organizer Sassnet will be Here t
August 9th
Mr. II. N. Sassnet, state organizer
for the Knights of Pythias, writes
Mr. Charles Goddard that he will be
present at the district K. of P. meet meeting
ing meeting to be held in Ocala on the 9th, and
says: "Tell all the boys to come." Mr.
Sassnet is a prominent Knight and
one of Moharrum Temple's Dokay's"
who is always on the hustle for
"fresh" members for that order in.
Jacksonville.
BLOXIIAMITES PUT
UP A STIFF BATTLE
Ocala Won the Game but had No
Walk-Over
The ball game at Hunter Park yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon, between Ocala and
Williston, was close and interesting.
The visitors were a live bunch, and
once or twice it looked like they were
going to carry off the laurels. Ten
inryngs were played, .and the score
was two to two in the ninth. Some
live playing in the tenth, however,
gave the locals a winning run.
The batteries were Anderson and
Brown for Ocala and Harvey and
Hartley for JWilliston.
The visiting team was made up of
Willi.-ton's smartest boys. Ocala is
chvaya glad to see them, and hopes
they won't wait till next summer to
come again.
Indians Next Week
The famous Indian team will be
here next Thursday, and the fans
must turn out in force to pee them.
SECOND TEAM
DEFEATED AT CITRA
Although Ocala beat Williston yes yesterday
terday yesterday in a close and exciting game,
that was not the only good game play played
ed played on that date.
The Ocala juniors went up to Citra
yesterday in Van Boney's twelve pas passenger
senger passenger car and played the fastest
game seen there in a good while.
Neither team scored until the sev seventh,
enth, seventh, when with two down, Hardage
reached first on a single, went to
second and third on passed balls and
scored on Benjamin's single. It looked
as if the Ocalas had the game then,
but in Citra's half of the eighth they
tied the score on errors and in the
ninth Citra pushed the winning run
across the plate on an overthrow.
The Ocala line-up was as follows.
Leavengood, 3b; Brooks, cf; Slott, If;
Jones, c; Marsh, lb; Hardage, rf;
Benjamin, ss; Clayton, 2b; Blalock, p.

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J. IL Benjamin, Editor

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itv. Purlo and fried chicken, two

The writer has attended
many political meetings,
them more or less strenuous.

The

ville and afr a personal and very
careful inspection and utinor.strrxtinn
the twenty odd agents from different
; parts of the state who saw them, pro-
! nouneed them the Le.-t and cheape.-t
!"ieal automohile" in the United
States. The first shipment of six

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three kinds of baked meat?

attended some in which a prominent j uu- butter, pickles and relishes, cake

his good right and pie, there were in auunuaw,

more than the crowd could possibly

man needed to keep

hand near the butt of his gun, and to
be careful who went behind him, if
he wanted to go home without carry carrying
ing carrying an inconvenient amount of lead.
So the harmonious meeting at Blitch Blitch-ton
ton Blitch-ton on the 20th was probably more

pleasant to him than to some ot the i
younger men who have no recollection
of political affairs of twenty-five
years ago.
Perhaps the surroundings had
something to do with it. Blitchton is
a good place for neighbors to meet.
The pretty church and schoolhouse,
the comfortable homes, the spread spreading
ing spreading green of the noble trees, the fer fertile
tile fertile fields spreading away into the
forest, all make for peace and plenty
and quiet of mind. The writer
thought, as he surveyed the peaceful
scene, and saw all the people mingl mingling
ing mingling in neighborly friendship, that
perhaps instead of two counties dis disputing
puting disputing over the formation of a third,
that they had better wipe out the
present line and make one vast coun county
ty county from the gulf to the St. Johns, and
locate the courthouse at Blitchton
(leaving the jails where they are).
A large crowd was present when

the meeting was called to order at
10:30 a. m. Mr. C. C. Rawls (Lum
Rawls) of Montbrook presided. Mr.
Rawls is well known to the people oi
Marion, Levy and Columbia counties.
Although in one of the towns that
would be supposed to be a gainer by
division, he is against it. He made,
however, the most impartial of chair chairmen.
men. chairmen. He had a good introduction for
everybody, and very properly spoke
more kindly of those whom he op

posed than of those who agreed with
him.
Mr. Gus Morton of Williston spoke
first. He made a rattling good ad address
dress address of twenty minutes duration in
favor of division, and was warmly ap applauded
plauded applauded when he finished. Gus is a
favorite wherever he goes.
Mr. L. W. Duval followed. He spoke
forty minutes against division. Mr.
Duval was unimpassioned and mathe mathematical.
matical. mathematical. He showed the history of the
division movement, proving that it
had been forced on the people of
Marion without their consent, and
with the knowledge of the very few.
He showed the people of Bloxham
right where they would stand in the

matter of expenses and taxes. He
ended his speech on the tick of the
watch, and during the remainder of
the debate, nobody even tried to an answer
swer answer him.
Jasper Willis of Williston followed.
"Mr. Willis' voice was feeble and his
argument not much stronger. He
talked interestingly, however, afld
everybody likes Jasper anyway, so
his time was extended twice. Few
men can say as many good things
with less reason. He asked the Star
reporter if he was getting it down,
and the reporter sadly replied that
he was getting it down better than
he (Jasper) was getting it up. Mr.

Willis ended his speech with the fol following
lowing following little poem, which pleased the
crowd immensely:
Levy county kicks 'em,
Marion county knocks 'cm,
But just you watch us fix 'em
With a solid vote for Bloxham.
But when this thing relaxes
And you all get lower taxes,
Yrou fellows who vote ag'in' it
Will all be glad you're in it.
Then when the battle's over
And Bloxham's on the map.
We'll wade neck deep in clover
And you none won't give a rap.
Rip! Hip! Hurrah for Bloxham.
After Mr. Willis' speech, the meet meeting
ing meeting adjourned for dinner. There wer
a good many people present when the
speaking tegan, and they had been
coming in all the time. Most of thorn
were from the, country around, but a

- good many came from Williston,

depose of. They ate all they wanted,
and then sat around and talked until
the speaking was resumed.
There was the utmost good feel feeling
ing feeling and neighborly kindness among
all. There was no evidence of any
dispute, and everybody's greatest
concern seemed to be that everybody
else should have a good time.
The speaking resumed about 1:20
p. m. with a talk from Rev. Douglass,
a preacher living up near the Alach Alachua
ua Alachua line. Mr. Douglass was in favor
of division. He argued likeJJie Irish

man played the fiddle by main
strength. He made some good hits,1
though, and gave the crowd several
good laughs.
Judge Willis of Bronson followed in
opposition to division. The judge

thoroughly understood his subject and
presented it strongly. He had more
uniform and steady applause than any
other speaker.
Mr. Shelton Phillips followed Judge
Willis. Everybody knows Mr. Phil Phillips
lips Phillips is a fine speaker, and he put up
the most logical and brilliant aru aru-nicr.t
nicr.t aru-nicr.t for Bloxham of the day.

Mr. Rawls then left the chair and

made a short address. Mr. Rawls is

I was putting In a month In a Swis
town, and as I was strolling alone tin-

hundred and fifty dollars better than. LignwQy tne suburbs oLe day ve

hicle containing a single traveler aj-

peared.
The driver pulled up that the

Uileltt asii U De couii una n-euiu.i.i-tlon
at some chalet instead of the hotel,
as he was not in good health and want

ed ijuietness. I was lo!in at a -rival
e lionso. and there w as room for a ri riot
ot riot her guest. The strauger was driven
on. and 1 sat dowu on roek to mu:i
hira up. Having come from the west in
a country vehicle, he must have tome
from beyond the railroad station. The'
horse looked weary, and the hour was
4 In the afternoon, and 1 settled it that)
he must have come from Thalia, fifteen j
miles away. The man wore a hat that j

did not fit him and had the collar of his

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arrived in Jacksonville on
were all narrow tread, but

idavs and one will be brought imme-

breaduliateiv to Qcala.

The 1010 Maxwell is the most beau beautiful,
tiful, beautiful, the most graceful and the

smoothest running car you ever rode

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It has the best mohair top, mo- j coat turned up. He had goggles.

and lias been for over thirty year:

v.cll acquainted with the people and

affairs of Marion and Levy. He didn't
trv to argue he simply told what he

in.

hair cover and side curtains that can
be made; it is the new style, one-man
top. The radiator has been enlarged,
the hood is more graceful and the
motor more powerful. The fenders

are the best heavy crown steel, not j
sheet iron or tin. The running boards!
are handsomely finished this year, i
The crank case base and transmission
base are of aluminum. The fly-wheel
is entirely enclosed, as is the clutch,
the cone type, and the latter runs in
oil and cannot "grab." The car is

equipped with the best demountable

rims with extra rim for spare tire
and frame for carrying same. The
gasoline tank is larger. The instru

ment board on the dash has been im

proved, and the electric lights are
the most powerful made. By a new
patented arrangement the electric
storage battery is charged at either
high or low speed of the motor by the
turning of a switch, something not
heretofore possible. The springs and
frame are a little heavier. It is a
more improved and better construct constructed
ed constructed motor. The oil guage is a dandy
and the crank case holds a gallon and
a half of oil yet only a little is taken
up at a time, as needed, and smoking
or sooting is unknown. The upholster upholstering
ing upholstering is better.
The electric self-starter is the

knew and could prove, and probably same as in the '15 model; high or low

packed more solid reason into his lights, at will, with motor running or

talk than any of the other speakers in idle.

the same length of time. He told all These are only part of the better-

of his neighbors this side of the linelments or improvements over the 1915

to stay with old Marion, and his re- J models, and one can easily see that

marks seemed to go right home. they run into money and increased

Mr. Morton having objected to Mr. car value yet, remember, the price

Rawls, who was chairman, making an ,s $ioo less than last year. The '16

address, Mr. Rawls invited him to take 1 still has all the other good points that

extra time to reply. But Gus, who the '15 had the lowest upkeep, the

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was lull ot purio ana smoking u guuu i greatest number ot miles on a gaiion

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cigar, was too comionauie on ms ot gas anu a quart oi on ana a set

roost on a backless bench, to talk; so

Mr. Rawls called on Mr. W. U. Brew- Anyone wishing an automobile

i x i r it Ai J

cr. snould see tne new iuaxweu wonuer

Mr. Brewer looked so modest and car" before buying. One of them will

shy when he stepped on the platform be in Ocala as soon as the wide guage
that his friends thought he would be cars reach the state, which will only

cary as a school-girl. But he be a few days

made the livest kind of a talk, with Write or call for one of the new

several good hits, and received hearty booklets of the 'lGs

applause.

At the end of Mr. Brewer's speech,

the renorter had to leave, so he did

A.
not hear Messrs. M. L. Payne, J. H.

B tin son, W. J. Crosby and one or two

more who made the closing talks, but
from previous acquaintance with these

gentlemen, he knows their speeches

were good.

It would not be easy to tell the
exact proportion of the sentiment for
and against division at the meeting.
It seemed to have been an anti-

division crowd. However, the fact
that almost everybody laughed at a
good joke, or applauded a good point,

no matter who made it, prevented al

most anvone but a mind reader from

exactly analyzing the disposition of

the crowd.

The Star would like to be sure that
the remainder of the campaign will

be conducted in the same spirit. It is
an economic question and should be
e.irried on in an impersonal manner.
Dr. Blitch and his family exerted

themselves in trying to give all pres pres-ert
ert pres-ert a good time. Their elegant home

was open to the visitors, and the doc

tor and his wife, Miss Legie and her
two brothers were active and assid assiduous
uous assiduous all day in seeing that no one
lacked anything that could add to

their enjoyment. In this pleasant
work, they were ably assisted by
many others of the community, some

coming from several miles away.

Among those present from Ocala

were:

Messrs. Jake and Albert Gerig, Dr.

E. G. Peek, L. W. Duval, J. G. Par-

riih, Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Johnson,

Montbrook, Morriston and other parts Chailie Goddard, Harry Cole, W. B.

of "Bloxham," and some from over in I Gallagher, O. B. Howse, J. L. Ld

Tow rwin nnri i-.n?r)xr fnmnninu wards, J. II. Benjamin, A. T. Thomas

J M. Gross, Miss Mamie Gross, Miss

Alice Bullock, Miss Annie Atkinson,

Gertie Brigance, Mamie Fant, Mrs.

Fue Mclver, Mrs. Burkhalter, J. II.
P.i in son, W. P. Osteen, Ivan Lanier,

and Charlie Rawls, and J. W. Cros Crosby
by Crosby of Citra. and L. S. Light of Red-

dick.

R. R. CARROLL, Ocala, Fla.
Agent for Marion County.

Curing Catarrh is

A Simple Method

Go to its Source and

Cure Is Then Accomplished.

the

tine wroyo 1 -a rrrol rpnvpcotif nl

It was not easy to tell which way

die crowd would vote. Mrs. E. A. Os Os-horn,
horn, Os-horn, with a pretty patriotism, pro provided
vided provided a number of handsome ribbon
badges, on each of Which the nam-3

Only thoso wljo have used S. S. S.

for the blood know that catarrh i3 sim simply
ply simply a blood trouble.

Most people. unintructed In this mem

braneous disease, treat their nose and

throat as if catarrh was a local trouble.

It is not so. To treat catarrh it is nec necessary
essary necessary to po into" the stomach, the liver.

the lungs, the kidneys and all the vital
organs of the body. And it is S. S. S.
that at once enters the entire blood cir circulation,
culation, circulation, all the orKans of the body, all
the mucous surfaces and becomes a
dominant factor for renewed health. It
is a simple method when you figure It
out. Catarrh is plainly an inflamma

tion of the mucous membranes.

And there is in S. S. S. certain ingre

dients which cause these mucous sur surfaces
faces surfaces to change or convert their secre

tions into a substance for easy elim elimination.
ination. elimination. A special book on this subject

will be mailed to all who write to The

Swift Specific Co.. 110 Swift Bldg., At Atlanta.
lanta. Atlanta. Ga.

Catarrh is very often the result or

some otner Diooa irouoie. some Ktrm

that gets into the blood and multiplies

bevond the control of nature.

S. S. S. is the remdy. Io not accept

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a supstiiute ior tnis maunivfs n-""-u.
Read the circular wrapped around the
bottle. It is Important.

aMarion" or
Several youn

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'Levy" was inscribed.

L. ALEXANDER

OCALA SEED STORE

ladies, among whom

Miss Avalee Edwards was the leader,

distributed these badges and toon
had almost every man opposed to di- j

vision wearing or.e. Perhaps somn fu yive Df Corn, Oats, Bran,
who favored division also wore them, Shorts. Hav and Mr'asses feeds. C5tf

as it would take a very hard-hearted j
man to refuse one when Miss Avalee NOTICE

oi one of her charming assistants ot ot-fered
fered ot-fered to pin it on. The Bloxham pe .-

PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con

tract work. Gives More and Better

Work for the Money than Any Other

Contractor in the citv.

though It was a dark day. A person
who wears goggles for weak eyes will
carry a finger to one of the glasses
every two or three minutes, even If tie
does not move them occasionally. On
tills man's face was a newly grown
beard about an Inch long. Every thirty

seconds up went his hand to scratch.
lie was not used to a beard, but bad
grown it for an object. lie thickened
his voice when be spoke to me. and it
was easy to detect the unnatural in intonation.
tonation. intonation. Why did he do it? Travelers
searching for health are seldom to be
met with in the mountain except in
early summer, and this was late In the
season, tie might explain, however.
Mr. Braceby. as he had given his name,
probably had more reasons for seclu

sion than he had stated, and I had a

curiosity to observe him further.
lie was taken in at the chalet, and
that night we ate supper together. 1
saw by his table manners that he was
used to the quick lunches of a restau restaurant,
rant, restaurant, lie claimed to be an English Englishman,
man, Englishman, but Ms American idioms would
have given him away to a child.
In the course of four or five days
I had the stranger sized up to a dot
and would have bet five to one that

my diagnosis was positively correct.
He was a straight haired American,
lie was a public official. It was his
first time abroad. He was In dis disguise
guise disguise and a fugitive. Whatever boodle
he had with him he had in his under undershirt
shirt undershirt pocket. I knew this because he
was constantly raising his hand to the
spot.
I am no man hunter. I did not go
to the police or drop a hint to any one.
Of whatever crime he was guilty he

was safe from me. I knew It wasn't
murder, unless done In the trial of
passion, for he was sentimental and
tender hearted. I think It was on the
fifth day of his stay that he became
feverish and called In a doctor and
went to bed mental worry, you Eee.

I had finished my supper and was
smoking my pipe when 1 saw a
stranger coming up the path from the
hotel. From his gait 1 judged him to
be an American. From the way he

furtively eyed the chalet and its sur surroundings
roundings surroundings I reasoned that he had other
business than looking for lodgings.
As he came to a halt and looked me
over he gave himself away as a de detective.
tective. detective. He had taken me for the man
he wanted, and chagrin showed clearly
on his face. He was from a western
state and on the trail of a defaulting
city treasurer.
It was queer enough that he didn't

ask if there was another traveler In

the house. He took it for granted that
I was the only one, and he told me
the whole story of Braceby's theft and

flight. He talked for two hours and
then went away, saying that he should
hang around for a few days. Half an

hour after his going it was discovered

that Braceby was missing. His bed

room window was over the veranda.

and he had heard alL

When three days had passed and no

trace or tne missing man naa oeen
had he was given away to the detec

tive bv one of the town officials. He

had left the chalet lightly clad, with

out food or baggage and in a fever.

and the idea was that he had lost him

self on the mountains and would per

ish if not found. Parties were 6ent

out In search, and It was not long be

fore evidence was found.

Being ill and without food and thinly

clad, be could not keep his life over
two or three days. In the gloom of

that first night be had traveled nearly

two miles, making up the mountains

by a path. Then he bad wandered
from the path and fallen ihto a stream
from a thirty foot bank. The rushing
waters bad carried him down a mile or
more, and they found his body wedged
betweeu two great rocks.
When the coroner overhauled tbe
effects found on the body there came
to light STt.ouO in English money anJ

drafts for nearly $-00.000 more.. Uisj
name wua not Braceby, of course, but
as the city treasurer of a town in the
west lie bad gobbled its last dollar
and tied with hU ill gotten gains to
the other side of the o ean to enjoj
himself lie bad not sj)eut a thousand
dollars as .vet or had a moment's con:
fort, lie had too much conscience and
imi euouuh nerve. If he had got safelj
riway he would never have enjoyed
himself As 1 looked down at his dead
tM,l.v and thought of his disgraceful
life. I Telt something more than a pass
um sorrow As I helped carry the
inistd and battered corpse down to
the twn huse for inquest and burial
I found tears in my eyes and pity in
my heart.

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nmpfiimg Cair

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nle also wore ribbons, but W

comparatively few. Some of the rib rib-bonless
bonless rib-bonless ones may vote for Bloxham.
The dinner was spread on long ta

blets in the grove. It was almost

tirely

; Countv commissioners of Marion I

countv will receive at their meeting

in Ocala, September 7th. next, pro

posals to purchase $120,000 refund

'warrants, validated by last legisla

ture, interest pavable semi-annually.

i For narticulars address undersiirn-

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provided from the baskets ot 7-23-4t Clerk.

The new Maxwell is the best car value of all the
1916 makes. The Maxwell factory waited till others
had announced their new cars, their equipment and
their selling price, and have simply knocked them all
sky high, with their 1916 car.
Delivered in Oeala for

(SS)(Q)

Some of the improvements : Demountable Rims, One Man Top,
Aluminum Crank and Transmission Case, Fly Wheel Entirely
Enclosed, Clutch Runs in Oil, Handsomely Finished Running
Boards, Larner Radiator with new shape More Powcrlul Motor,
Improved Instrument Board, Larger Gasoline Tanlc,
Electrically Lighted and Started as last year.

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Florida

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

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

NEW YORK AND RETURN

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The Servant
Question

has no terrors for the
housekeeper who has her
kitchen equipped with a
GAS RANGE and a.
WATER HEATER. The
cooking and cleaning on
Long Hot Days
are made easy with the
help of these ideal ser servants.
vants. servants. LET THEM II ELI YOU
Keep your range clean.
A dirty gas range will
make a big gas bill.
OcalaGaS Company
PHONE 61

CLYDE- LIN

Only Direct Line from Jacksonville
Fare includes meal3 and stateroom berth.
TICKETS NOW ON SALE GOOL ON ANY SHIP
FINAL RETURN LIMIT OCTOBER 31st.
CHARLESTON EXCURSIONS
Write for schedule and further particulars.
H G WENZEL Florida passenger agent
Ticket Office, Pier 1. Foot of Liberty Street.
JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.

EXCURSION TO TAMPA

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MONDAY
AUGUST

VIA

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ROUND TRIP FROM
ALL POINTS BETWEEN
OCALA AND TAMPA

$1.00

Leave Ocala,
Leave Santos,
Leave Belleviewi
Leave Summerfield,

7:00 a.m.
7:10 a.m.
7:23 a.m.

.7:32 a. m.

Leave Dallas 7:S3a.m.
Ix-ave Oxford, 7:45a.m.
Leave Wild wood 7:54 a. m.

Leave Coleman. 8:04 a.m.

Returning Leave Tampa at C:00 p. m. the same day.

Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
PHONES 47, 101, 305
OCALA, FLORIDA

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

SEE YOUR TICKET AGENT

G. Z. PHILLIPS, A. G. P. A
Jacksonville, Fla.

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

It

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, sort,
bruie or hurt because its small. K'ood

poison hns resulted from a pin-prick j

or scratch. For all such ailments
Bucklen's Arnica Salve is excellent. It
protects and heals the hurt; is an antiseptic,
tiseptic, antiseptic, kills infection and prevents
Jangerous complications. Good for all
skin blemishes, pimples, salt rheum,
eczema. Get an original 2-ounce 25c.

box from your druggist. Adv. 2

WOOD
PHONF 503
For Good Wood
BIG Load lor $1.
Vniir rder will have
;iutliat Attention-
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Thought for the Day
Some-time when someoi.e whom we
love has quit the grind an. puh ami
.-hove of life, and -!..-- 1 the little
(i. in- which .-h'll.- him oit for ev.-rin.: e
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The e is Nothing Else Quite so Goo,!.
Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works

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'tear. liat when we think that narrow ;
(loffC siial! o;er! to th w hr !i! 'f s
yoi tha: he will wanh-r hau-1 i'i ; f ;
'.ail! with th-f he lv-.i thii;ii
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that he will put his years a.-ide as a M.-try Taylor .! -.
v.otn garment anl will hide forever Am,-, tt-a ..
in the ways of youth, when we can it-rlv -lo.ii.-ts in
realize that truth, then still with :---i.-.m "t i.n f.fthi

tears our eyes are dim; hut all for us,. ciati-.n v::. ir.i-o .. ra'e.l

and not for him. ludd Mortimer its hi-adquai tv : s i i t:i" 1'av t
Lewis.
Mr. John Vae ;-. n, who
Miss MrCIane Complimented route from South A i'-a to

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v., ro., I ? F -r r'? i.rrni. of IVyart, XeLwn Co, Va writes: IW;noIhjd
t -:::. rr.r.vie a .'ever- ?! '?rir -"-i or.Ui ? fct r.T -ht- Sufferoi with orcrss in my riht
'it ;.., In-j-tctel their! J-',': f1.,?" .vc n to ty in U-L I hiTe taken
, J t -"f-ur ra.r,toIti:,lion'iin.lcnevialvf your 'I-icasant reikis'.
1 ' v ?-,a-! V1 .V r v T.r- f.r s.x in fraUy. and fel like a new wuman. I think
" : n. tl th,ir home i f d ;!nt xror? 1 f"7. I reromraead it to ell kj frienda
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A hlock of our ice will do more to kc) yo:j cool and healthy during
this hot weather than anything e and tlie co. t is "the merest trifle.
Keep your refrigerator well charged with oir h e and you can charge
off drug hills, had temper and most other torrid tir:e ills.
Ocala Ice & Paeldiici Co.
1'IIONE 31 "dc.U.A. FI,A.

White Star Liee Trassfcr Co.
TEAMS FOR RENT LIGHT AND HEAVY HAULING DONE
PHONE 296

We sell
HEAVER HOARD
Superior to I'laster or
Ceiling in Quality
and Price
INVESTIGATE

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Packing, Storing,
Shippin of Freight,
I'ianos, ?nd Safes,
liaggage Service
the Best

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This is our
HOFFMAN PRESS
Manufactured for the pressing of
Palm Beach and Duck Suits. Being
heated by steam, it can not scorch.
The pressure being direct, not sliding,
it can not wear cr tear. Call and see
It do the voik.
Ocala Sicmn Laundry
Phone 101 102-1')! South Main St.

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CAPITAL STOCK 350,000.00.
State, County and City Bcpoi ilcry.

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Tickets sold for all trains Saturday and forenoon trai::- Sunday.
Limited -to reach original starting point by midnight Tu 'ay.

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St. Petersburg girl, who arrived a tei man, is r..w in ( iain-s i'l". f Jr. l 1 :.t 31 oVV, Tu.- -hiv
few days ago for an extended visit to visitiiig his h ;).. Mr. R. W. Ya! r- M ;.r -. Mrs. hie C

DvVm. d iedl.;.
Taid toX
in y

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CLOTHING DEPARTMENT

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ORANGE SPRINGS

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'r?it-,rs. -Jo':-' At pies pies-!!!
!!! pies-!!! )'. i-g ; a; ': s j;re camp-

(cala relatives, was the guest of. man. aiming lh-r- ye-terday from t!;y
honor at a pretty sowing party this New York.
morning from 10 to 12 o'clock given! v :
by her cousin, Mrs. T. J. Killehrew. J ?!r. lit, war d Ch;?k ar..l family will :

The cozy home of Mr. and Mrs. move tomorrow into the cottage ..f
Killehrew on Herbert street present- Mi-s Alice Rii!!- .-!: on 71. Oklawahn

ed an animated scene with its ex- :ai;d Mr. P. J. Then- and famHy wi'l ir:g j. O: ttr-ge

nuisite floral decorations and the t:rte the hou-- o'vtitned '' the C-r. f-, .-. 1 tV -t f,,n ciii,.,-!.!.

H - v... ...v. .j;t ji
groups of guests busily sewing and moving from We nop a street. water: M.-. EI!i of Walt nnd j.-orj of
chatting. Punch was servel by Miss ; II m iN., re, Mr. R. J. Wells ar.d wife

Katnieen Jackson on the veranda as; l rot. .m'! .;-s. k. a. .-ihrt wi! ;r- -.4 I ... v. r.oi'o-. and Mr-. !! nrv IIa!I

the young ladies arrived. The punch '. rive this nftcrnorn ,r tonight from ; nd clilldren of Love!!.

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Howl was surrounded by dozens or ; Jacksonville to vi. it the former

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and Mrs. G. W. Ryh-s of

pinK roses. parents, .'ir. ana :n-. v. t,. i;. ,'i!;e I:awtht,i n .-pont u day :st the springs';
The first hour the guests devoted, for -dx weeks. j rvce:.t!y. Mr. Gus Fowler aeeom-t

iiaaled them a-.d a!-o Mrs. Ryles'

Miss ranklin Harvey, of SCohtm-' (I.ithter, Mrs. J. II. 'o!!j.-s. of Pen-

to their individual work and then j
clothespins and squares of flowered j

creton the newest summer dress ma-! bin, S. C, concluded today a delight- .ao!a, Fla. Mrs. Collins r.r.d chil I-

terial were distributed and to the f ul visit of several weeks to Mis

guest dressing her pin the prettiest Flair Woodmw. leaving this afternoon
an attractive towel was given. The for Gainesville, to make a short visit

r -!: arc visitm

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and Mr:

their home near II r.vtho-no.
M G. J. A p.d, of :-t. IVierdnug,

booby prize was a dainty lingerie! to friends en route home. Mh-s liar-1.;., nt two days in town Ia-t. week,
tape. j vey has made a host of friends who. Mr. Ape wa-; here looking after bu--
Charming musical numbers antijWill welcome her gladly on future -s.
several readings were given by the-vi.-its. j -r. c i of Km place has put up
talented honoree and Misses Mamie I j !r.oTn factory. He i- now turning
and Sarah Gross, Gladys Martin and1 The members of the college set will st a very fine vditv of broom.
May Hall, their selections adding j motor to Silver Sprimrs late this nf-j r. J. II. P. -.Tarn, of Maitland, i
greatly to the pleasures of the morn- ternoon to enjoy a swim, take supper .-it :: -r hi- i--". tents her1.

Manhattan & Eclipse Shirts

Manhattan Shirts

Manhattan Re. ?i
51.50 Shirts at $l.LO

$1.65

Manhattan RejJ.
$2.00 Shirts at

Manhattan Reg. $2 50

to 3.50 Shirts
at

Si.95

Eclipse Shirts
Eclipse Regular CI -20
$2.00 Shirts at tplid7

Eclipse Regular
$1.50 Shirts at

Eclipse Regular $1.00

and $1.25 Shirts
at

$1.10

85c

ing.
At noon a tempting refreshment
course consisting of chicken salad,
sandwiches, olives and ice tea was
served and trays of fruit were pass passed
ed passed while the guests were sewing. The

and return by moonlight.

Mrs. Claude Nel-eM & Son., of Lake
Weir, visited relatives in town tdav.

Mr. and Mrs. Ri e and Mr. Gustave

hostess was assisted in entertaining : Robertson, of ('ita, were morning
and serving by her mother, Mrs. F. E. shoppers today.

MeClane, sister, Mrs. A. F. Adcock,

and young daughter, Miss Helen Kil Killehrew.
lehrew. Killehrew. Enjoying the cordial hospitality of
the hostess besides those already
mentioned were Misses Catharine
McNah, Louise Spencer, Margaret

Mrs. Sidney llaile and four daugh daughters
ters daughters leave shortly for I i! 'o. Vn
to spend sometime.
. m
Mrs. William Hooker and Mi- Mli.-

i'beth ilocl.er returned this morning

and Leslie Jackson, Gladys Osborne, from a brief visit to Mrs. Jack Camp
Fmma and Sidney Perry, Nellie 'j't Lake Weir.

Beckham, Alice Sexton, Lois Dame,

Marie Haile, Mabel Meffert, Cathar Catharine
ine Catharine and Mary Harriet Livingston, Sue
Moore, Blanche Whaley and Mrs. L.
P. Wilson.
Of a former Ocalan the Lakeland
Telegram says: Mrs. W. T. Mcllwaine

Mrs. Maude Home and children and
mother, Mrs. Fdwar'ds and niece. Miss
Lois Epperson of Williston left today
for North Carolina to remain until
the first of October. The party will be
located at Brevard until September,
except Mr. Norman Home and ho will

Another trc-h shipment of Triola
sweets just in at Ger;gs. tf.
OCALA FHATERilAL ORDERS
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter. No. -J!), O. E. S.,
s it Yon .-'-. ha!! tie .-c'-on.l an-!
n. n 1 1 i-.-i.. e, ema of each
f:;.oj:.i i- 'oh o-k
Mi.-. Fmily WeM W. M.
Mr-. Liil'uv: Simrn..s, Scc'y.

OCALA LODGE NO. 2SG, B. p. O. II

0.-:i!a f. 'gc -No. 2S". Bene; c-!eiit
ia 1 l'rj't ,"Je Ordc. of Elk?, met?
rhe s.-eon I an i fo.trth Ties.day nen nen-ins
ins nen-ins in ea. h mentn. V;--iti!eg hreth-r-n
al n u e'. i.ni.-. Cluh hou-

i. li. von lngeiKon, r. ii.
Nel-on Gcise, Secictary. At.

All our Summer Union Suits comprising the Best
Fitting Rocking Chair and Manhattan Cl 1 A
Union buits, 1.50 and $2.00 kind attPIlU

All of our $1.00 Grade of Union Suits at this
Saie for

79c

Palm Beach Suits

this

at

Palm Reach Suits, $6.00 quality

Sale for v-
Palm Beach Suits, $7.50 & $9.00 quality
at this Sate for

$3.50
$4.75

.s

We carry the BEST LINE of Men s SILK, also
LISLE HOSIERY. Special prices prevail at this
Salp. Reduced prices on BANISTER and HOW HOWARD
ARD HOWARD & FOSTER SHOES.

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charmingly entertained the members : be at Camp Sapphire, near IJrevard

of the rook cluh at her beautiful

home on South Massachusetts ave avenue.
nue. avenue. This cluh has for a prize an ex exquisite
quisite exquisite little pin, the winner of the
game last played to have the pleasure
of wearing it for the ensuing two
weeks, and Mrs. E. G. Tweedell re received
ceived received this privilege, making the high highest
est highest score for the afternoon. .At the
conclusion of the game, refreshments
were daintily served by the hostess,
and Miss Georgia Pelham, who as assisted
sisted assisted Mrs. Mcllwaine in entertain entertaining
ing entertaining the club." Mrs. W. D. Richey was
invited to play with the cluh.
Miss Mary Ervin arrived yesterday
from Clearwater to spend two weeks

with her mother, Mrs. M. E. Ervin.

A large number of school boys aoci
girls and their friends spent last eve evening
ning evening picnicking at Silver Springs.
Some of the crowd went eut on the
afternoon train and others in a hay
wagon and in ears. A swim and sup supper
per supper were enjoyed. The party reach reached
ed reached home between 11 and VI oYIoek.
Miss Marguerite Porter left this
morning for Gamp Minnehaha in th"
mountains of Noith Carolina, where
she epeet to spend the n":t two
months.

ODD FELLOWS

i"Go North by S
i MCCPUAliTC P MillCDC TP

T-i! ?a Lod?o No. 2 2. I. O. O. F.,
:' t s orze's Hi!? e.ery Tai.iv
u'.enirg at S oYlo.-l.. A warm wel welcome
come welcome ahvavs extend 1 to vislrtn?
brethren. M. M. Little, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
j
)fAi:iO-!UN MASONIC l.f))fii-;
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. P.). F. &
A. M.. meets on "h-- f:r.-t a n ; IV ir.'
ThJ:rs!:iy eve:::np-' e-:rh moi-t h at
S:Ou o'clock, until further notice.
A E. Rurrtt. M.
JhV e I'ro it. .Seer'.ir j A-J

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Ocala,

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utini)Mi: r Tin: world
Fo-. rC:n.: f-i :u So. I 4 at-ets at

K. f P. Hail at b p. in., every

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Miss Ervin made the trip through the MERCHANTS & iMIHERS iRANS.CQ

country with Mr. and Mrs. L. W. r

Meamsmp Lines

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J. W. Larrr.r, G C.

Cha. K

Haley, who left immediately for' In Indian
dian Indian Springs, Ga.
Miss Ruby Cappleman has return returned
ed returned to her home east of the city from
a visit of several weeks to her uncle
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Mc Mc-Andrews
Andrews Mc-Andrews in Tampa.
Mrs. C. II. Lloyd is the guest of
Mrs. Clarence Camp and Mrs. Jack
(Ymp at the lake.

J ..:. .. Car,:-!
'o;- e :,, vi

iting brothers. C. Ik Howe!, C.

Jacksonville
TO
Boston
New York
Baltimore
Washington
Philadelphia

New Steamers. Low Pares. Fe-t!

service. Wireless telegraph on all

steamers. Through fares and tickets' ri RI1 V LOPGG V. f.t'

KNIGHT ii I'VTHI.iS j
tia L..l z No. j '.K C n

cvrrv Moi, !av at S f. rr.. at

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foix doivt" have -to

fse laa.ve -the pixrest-

Dr. II. F. Watt has rented Illairito all Northern and Witern points.
Villa at Woodmar for two weeks in I Automobiles carried.

August and with Mrs. Watt and lor resei vatio.u-, ticket?-, etc.

daughter Helen Coe, will go down Address

about the middle of the month. They H. C. AVERV. AGENT

FAVORITE LINE EXCL USION
TO

ST. PETERSBURG, U. S. FORTS
For inromation see your TICKET AGENT.

PASS GRILLE

will have as their guests Dr. and Mrs.
C W. McKay of Jacksonville.

I
The Ocala friends of Mr. and Mrs.'
C. V. Miller will regret to hear of his
continued illness at their home in j
Tampa. He has been confined to his;
bed for five weeks, a victim of in-'
fiammatory rheumatism. j
Miss Mabel Beck will not accept :
the position to teach at Camp Mu-i
cusco. Miss Beck is busy making'
preparations to enter the University
of Tennessee in Knoxville, in Sep September
tember September and if her brother, Mr. Gary
Reck remains at Lafollette, she will
make him a fortnight visit before the
opening of college. ;

Jacksonville, Fla.

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From the S

Oi ALA TEMPLE
PYTHIAN SISTERS

The Ocala Terr.;. L.'-l-e

Pvthian Si-ter-. rr. el- rvery Tj- --tay ;
afiert.orn a. at ('--tie Hall. x-t
f c ,n th-rj -e. Visit ire: rr. r.-;:ers a"!

!"..rdi-i'lv invite,! to rr.ec-t wi:h v,. j

Tat. a Tom-kins M. E. C.
Kato R. Howt Ik ;j. P..

By ROY L. iMcCARDELL

CopTl2ht, 1915. by Roy L. McCnrdell

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V. hen ou "feel bad do not delay seeing your doctor and coming
to our drug store. It is easier and cheaper to prevent sickness than
to cure it once it is fastened upon you.
When you get your medicines from us they will be pure, fresh
ard effective jou can KNOW that they are right
nti-MonopoIy Drug Store.
WE TAKE CAKE

IjAX EISCUIT The South's

Isrcatcra kcr Alvravsfrtth: :i

trf-p JAX BISCUITS-.- f, Vfl

,121 ether table Z j

dciicrcfs.

i 1 : J ;' i -"i ,-. .-t
Mr. and Mrs. W. Irving Bloom are THIRD CHAPTER TEMPLE THE-' Ul '. if-l 1 '.-j jj 'J ; j t

announcing the arrival of a son. Julv ATFIf TONIGHT i i -. .-r ... .s..;

ROLLINS COLLEGE, WINTER PARK
(ll.loxt College end Mot Beautiful Campus in Florida College, Academy,
Mu!C, Expreion, Fine Arts, Domestic and Industrial Arts, Bus Business,
iness, Business, Teachers Course
Twelve building--, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection, fine gym gym-r
r gym-r a-o.m. no milaria. quarter-million dollar endowment. Three teachers of
I- ,-ic, o organ, a dor.en pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb
r.c v for Bu-ine?s Scliord, full !anking equipment. New chemical
; r 1 j v '-Til labo-atoric. equipped with every molern device; analysis of
soil -, ft-tiliers, food-, water, preparation for Engineering Course. Lakes,
boi" winmin olf. tennis, footljall, basketball; Christian but unde-

ron-.inat!or.a!; expenses moderate; scnoiarbiiips avaimme. rur cataiuKuc
: ddress, sJECUETAKV, Winter Park, Fla.



OCALA EVENING STAR FRIDAY. JULY 20, 19i:

FOUR

OCALA OCCURENCES

t

FACED DEATH WITHOUT FEAR

(Continued from First Page)

I

MEET IN (I OF MAXWELL

AGENTS AND OFFICIALS

,1

ZZZZZZZZZZZ

Dr. J. G. Baskin of Dunnellon is
transacting business in the city today.

VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS

from our own farm daily. Open nignt
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.

The county commissioners have
completed the work of examining the
tax books, and the list of raised as assessments
sessments assessments will appear in tomorrow's
Star.

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 cherries? 50 cents per pound, at
Gerig's. tf.
The daily matinees at the Temple
are becoming more popular each day.
There is excellent music and the pic pictures
tures pictures are good. There is no better
place to pass an hour in the afternoon.

Try one of tnose frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf

Col. R. F. Rogers will preach at the
Baptist church Sunday morning at 11
o'clock. Everybody is cordially in invited
vited invited to attend the service, i

Mr. Rowlan, a barrister from
Brooksville, was transacting business
in the city last night.

Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,

purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tl

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mention for the fir.-t time of the name
of the late Cor.srre.-man Timothy D.
Sullivan in connection with the cae.
The governor declined to commute
Becker's --er.ter.ce after reading the.
.-tatement. Becker's attorneys, there-

( Continued from Fir.-t Page)

1 predicted that his section would ex-;
j pcrience a great boom as far as the;
'automobile industry was concerned.'
; He also mentioned the organization J
i with which the Maxwell Motor Corn- i

upon appealed to Supreme Court Jus- j pany was prepared to assist the deal-j
tice Philbin for a third trial and on c-r obtain the maximum business in j J
July 23 the justice signed an order j his locality. Mr. Rowland, the expert j
for District Attorney Perkins to I from the factory, gave an interesting
, , ... .. .. .. la

ho-.v cause whv a new trial snouia r.nl instructive lecture on trie me-

GROCERIES

should and

rot be granted. The order was re- j chanical features of the new model.

turnable before Supreme Court Jus Justice
tice Justice Ford on July 20. The justice re re-erved
erved re-erved deci-ion and devoted nearly all
of his time for the next two days to
going over papers in the case. Short Shortly
ly Shortly after 10 o'clock on the night of
July Justice Ford announced he
had denied the application, and Beck Becker's
er's Becker's only hope remained in possible
executive clemency by Governor Whit Whitman.
man. Whitman. BECKER'S BURIAL

WEATHER REPORT
This report Is made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. Max. Min R. F.

July 1 88
July 2 ; 88
July 3 -.91
July 4 95
July 5 90
July 5 90
July 7 94
July 8 93
July 9 88
July 10 92
July 11 89
July 12 87
July 13 92
July 14 :..93
July 15 93

The Court Pharmacy serves fresh
BUTTERMILK all the time; 5 cents
per glass. Try it. tf
Miss Mary Connor arrived this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon from Gainesville for her week weekly
ly weekly visit to Ocala. The summer school
closes next week and Miss Mary will
be able to give a little more time to
her Ocala friends.
It is learned that Louis R. Chazal
& Son Co., in connection with their
wholesale born business, will manu manufacture
facture manufacture meal. Machinery for this
purpose will be placed in the ware warehouse
house warehouse of the company.

Houses for rent on Daugherty

street, all modern conveniences. Ap
ply to A. G. Gates at Gates' Gar
age. 15-tf

Use Nyal's iamiiy remedies. All
good good for all. Sold by Annex

Drug Store. 16-tf

Sewing Circle Uith

ipering

July

July
July
July
July

16
17
18
19
20

.94
.94
.95
.90
.90
.90

July 21

July 22 81
July 23 81
July 24 80
July 25 87
Jply 2G 8G
July 27 88
July 28 87
July 29 89

Local Forecast
Partly cloudy tonight and Satur Saturday
day Saturday probably showers.

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.41
1.23
.30
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1.14
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4.03

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Becker's funeral will be held
I:y.

Mon-

SCOTT AND PARTY

COMING TO SILVER SPRINGS

Mr. R. C. Scott and a party of
friends leave Jacksonville today in a
launch for a trip up the St. Johns
and Oklawaha rivers to Silver
Springs. They expect to be in Ocala
Tuesday. Mr. Scott is interested in
the Ortega Kennels in the metrop-

i

OM5.

The Jacksonville chamber of com commerce
merce commerce is again advocating the adop adoption
tion adoption of eastern time for its city.

Messrs. W. B. Gallagher and Jim
Pyles were interviewing customers
for their firms in the northeastern
part of the county today.

emphasizing the improvements which
had been made, and describing the
methods by which the gigantic Max Maxwell
well Maxwell factories turn out a complete au

tomobile every minute.
Owing to the tremendous demand
for the popular "25" model, the Max Maxwell
well Maxwell company propose to manufacture

00,000 cars for the 1910 season, and it
is due to this enormous output that
the reduced price is possible.
"The convention was a complete
success," said C. E. Beloate, district
salesman for the company in Florida.
"The thing that impressed me most
was the absolute harmony which ex existed
isted existed between the 'factory man' and
the 'dealer Everyone was willing to
work with the other fellow in order
that the greatest measure of success
may be ours. The Maxwell Motor
Company will be better represented
in Florida this next year than ever
before. As to the car, its a wonder,
and I'm afraid that you will have to
excuse our dust in the future."

W TTTFM $ We've started a little war of
iz-jiiO II ULil 1 o our own and we've got the
enemy, Old Major High O'Living, on the run.
In good old Am?ricr: grammar, we're going
to "get his goat."

You'll profit greatly by joining ranks
the hundreds of housewives who watch
44 war bulletins" each week and fire in
orders.

with
these
their

Every item in the list guaranteed and the
prices are for CASH ONLY on

MEXDEXIIALL'S STATEMENT

Judg-

Asks the Public
ment in

to Suspend
His Case

SATURDAY 31st -

DAY 2odl

Kingan's
jound,

Reliable Hams per

18c

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 dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf

For plumbiiig and electrical work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300 f

Mr. Henry E. Schoeflin of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, is heio on a vii.it for a few day-.
He has disposed of his mercantile es establishment
tablishment establishment in the metropolis and is
now looking' for a new location.

Much

Before the stork
arrives there is much
to talk about. The
comfort of the expec expectant
tant expectant mother is the
chief topic And there
is sure to be someone
who has used or knows
of that splendid ex external
ternal external help, "Mother's

Friend." It is applied to the abdominal mus muscles,
cles, muscles, peritly rub'oed in and has a most pro pronounced
nounced pronounced effect as a lubricant. It soothes the
network of nerves, enables the muscles, to
expand naturally, relieves strain on the lijrv
ments and thus sets at ease any undue stra".
on the organs involved. And it does this with
perfect safety. Expectant mothers thus go
through the ordeal with comparative ease and
comfort. Knowing mothers who have used
"Mother's Friend" speak in glowing terms of
the absence of morning sickness, absence ol
strain on the ligaments and a freedom fron
many other distresses.
You can get "Mother's Friend" at any drug
etore or they will gladly get it for you. Write
today to Bradfleld Regulator Co., 401 Lamar
Bid?., Atlanta, Ga., for a highly instructive
lxx)k of great value to all expectant mothers.
It contains a valuable expectancy chart, rules
on diet and is brimful of suggestions that all
women, will appreciate.

Mr. Donald S. Funk of McLean, 111.,
has been in the city for several days
looking for a tract of suitable land;
for farming purposes, as he intends
locating somewhere in Florida during
the coming winter. He has been in
the state for two weeks and after
looking pretty generally over the sit situation,
uation, situation, says that the lands in Marion
look good to him. He is accompanied
in his rounds by Mr. F. A. Pearson
of the Illinois experimental station,
who resides at Urbano, 111. They ex expect
pect expect to return home in a few days to
study in detail the information they
have collected since coming to the
state.

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
Bring your prescriptions to Ocala's
largest drug store, where prompt and
experienced service is always at your
disposal. The Court Pharmacy. tf

SEE '11115 FA KM on the Silver
Springs road which furnisr.es the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetf jles, milk and eggs, tf

COMPANY MAY REORGANIZE

Gainesville Sun: This real estate
ccmpany, under the management of
Charles II. Seig, was the owner of
large tracts of land in Marion, Put Putnam
nam Putnam and Clay counties. Many rever reverses
ses reverses have come upon the company and
at last it was forced into bankruptcy.
The property is now ordered to be sold
at auction early in September. Mr.

Seig has organized a new company, it
is said, with abundance of capital to
purchase the property, and at the
same time to care for all the settler's
interests. It is to be hoped that this
will be done, for the poor settlers on
this tract have suffered a whole lot
and it will take much to recompense
them.

ANOTHER UNDERSERVED FINE

An Easy, Pleasant Laxatixe

One or two Dr. King's New Life-

Pills with a tumbler of water at night.
No bad, nauseating taste; no belching
gas. Go right to bed. Wake up in the
morning, enjoy a free, easy bowel
movement, and feel fine all day. Dr.
King's New Life Pills are sold by all
druggists, 3G in an original package,
for 25c. Get a bottle today enjoy this
easy, pleasant laxative. Adv. 2

Paris, July 30. Another fine of
1,000,000 has been imposed on the
city of Brussels by the German au authorities
thorities authorities on account of the destruction
of a Zeppelin at Evere by aviators of
the entente allies, according to the
correspondent of the Tage Parisienne.
He adds that British airmen had at attacked
tacked attacked the airship at Evere to the
north of Brussels, and had set fire to
the building in which is was enclosed
destroying the Zeppelin inside.

(St. Petersburg Independent)

A signed copy of a statement pre-i

pared for publication by J." J. Menden Menden-hall,
hall, Menden-hall, now in jail accused of the mur murder
der murder of two women, was received to today
day today by the Independent from John U.
Bird, attorney for the accused man.
In the statement Mendenhall protests
his innocence of any crime, that with
which he is charged or any other, and
asks that the people of the county
suspend judgment until his defense
has been presented. The statement
which he authorized to be made is as
follows:
Clearwater, Fla., July 20, 1915.
To the People of Pinellas County: v
Having resided in your community

for a great many years, and having
under all circumstances, and at all
times, conducted myself as a law law-abiding,
abiding, law-abiding, public spirited, and, as far
a? my ability permitted, a useful citi citizen,
zen, citizen, I feel that I am not requesting
too much, in consideration of my past,
to ask the good people of Pinellas
county to withhold all judgment and
opinion of me and the trouble in
which I have recently become involv involved,
ed, involved, until such times as those in whose
hands I have placed my interests,
shall deem fit, for a full statement
of my case, and in the meantime, 1
believe it to be only fair to myself,

as well as to you, ior me to state,
most emphatically and positively to
you, that I am not guilty of the
crime of which I stand charged, nor
am I guilty of any crime, and all that
I ask at the hands of the good people
of Pinellas county, is to await the
proper disclosure of my defense in
this most unfortunate matter, with
the full confidence that in the end, I
will be fully exonerated.
Respectfully yours,
J. J. Mendenhall

CloverbJoom Butter, per lb,
36c
Irish Potatoes, per peck,
25c

25c Jars Curtice Bro's. Jams,
per jar,

20c

20c Grade
per pound,

Roasted Coffee,

14c

Green Coffee, a good one, per
pound,

124-c

Iarge Tins Snowdrift
per Tin,

Lard,

89c

Medium Tin Snowdrift Lard,
per Tin,

39c

15c Tin Silver Lake Rhubarb,
per tin,

12c

BALL'S MASON FRUIT JARS
Pints, per dozen.
45c
Quarts, per dozen,
55c
Half Gallon, per dozen,
78c

White Bacon, per pound,
124-c
Iard Compound, per pound,
9c

Four Tounds W. G. Meal,

10c

Cream Cheese, per pound.

20c Tins Royal Cocoa, 7 ozs.
for,

15c

30c Tins Royal Cocoa, 12Vz

ozs., for,

OC

3 Tins American Sardines for

10c

25c Bottles
per bottle

Eddy's Catsup,

20c

20 cent Tins Olney's
Pumpkin, ready for use,

Spiced
per tin.

17c

20c Tins Roval Scarlet Tuna
Fi?h. (the Chicken of the Sea),
per tin,

15c

No. 2
per tin.

Tins Best Tomatoes,

7c

No. 2 Tins
per dozen,

Best Tomatoes,

5c

10c Tins
per tin.

Mustard Sardines,

Sc

15c Tins Norwegian Sardines,
per tin.

11c

15c Tall Tins Pink
per tin,

Salmon,

10c

20c Tin Olney's Baked eBans,
ler tin,

16c

Crystal Springs Ginger
per dozen bottles,

Ale,

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physicians worked over me from four
a. m. to 6 p. m. without giving me any
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and told him to buy me a bottle of
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The nearest RECRUITING STATION is the
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goods anywhere in the city.

0. K. Teapot Grocery

OCALA

PHONE 16

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the deal for that real estate has been ?oed and the only thing
jet to do is to Fee if the title is good. Marion county has flout 160
deed records and 43 mortgage records and 50 of miwelInot-us rec records,
ords, records, or about 160.000 pases of record matter and among these I
ihe record history of that title.

On Saturday ar.a Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dol-cash.
cash. dol-cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
lar's worth of other groceries, for

Tired, Aching Muscles Relieved

For Sale Pledge No. 1134721 jew jeweled
eled jeweled Hamilton watch adjusted to five
positions; 20-year gold filled case;
guaranteed to stand railroad inspec inspection;
tion; inspection; $45 value; for $18."0 cash.
Ocala Loan & Pawn Office. 7-27-3t

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rubbing.

Adv. 2

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"About two years ago I had a ?e ?e-vere
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Buford, N. D. "I became so weak that
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TAMPA AUGUST SECOND

LOST A keyring containing about
15 keys of all kinds, and tag with
name J. A. Turner, and Chicago ad address.
dress. address. Return same to this office and
receive reward. 27-4t
FOR SALE 00 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
jwith all modern conveniences on Ok Ok-j
j Ok-j lawaha avenue, formerly occupied by
j Mr. Howard Clark. Phone SS3 or
call on Mrs. O. T. Green. 24-t
; FOR RENT Well located and nlcelj
j furnishtd rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
j Housekeeping Inquire at the Co

The Seaboard will run a dollar ex excursion
cursion excursion to Tampa Monday, Augu.-t 2.
It will be a fine chance for people up
this way to see the great Gulf City.

icniai.

7-tf

Another fresh shipment of Tnola
sweets just in at Gerig's. tf.

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some searching and
that he has got it alL

checking before the abstract man knows

MORAL: PLACE THE ABSTRACT ORDER EARLY ENOUGH
SO THAT THE ABSTRACT MAN II AS REASONABLE TIME IN
WHICH TO DO HIS RESEARCH WORK

fiorida title and abt rart corporation

qriRY our Fresh Meat it will
please you. Fresh Veg Vegetables
etables Vegetables in season.

Also fine Jinc of Groceries.

CarE-TSiomas Co.

Ocala, Florida.