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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Germany Offered Peace and Galicia for a Part
of Poland

TEUTONS HAY ATTEMPT A
London, Aug. 9. The great strug struggle
gle struggle in the east must continue now.
Russia has rejected what London re regards
gards regards as a bona fide proposal from
the German emperor for peace. Rus Russia
sia Russia was offered Galicia for a part of
Poland.
RUSSIANS WILL GAIN THEIR
NEW LINE
The Teutonic forces continue to
progress northeast and southeast of
Warsaw. Military observers here,
however, think the Russians will
reach their new positions safely.
GERMANS CROSS THE VISTULA
Berlin, Aug. 9. The Germans have
occupied Praga the suburb of War Warsaw
saw Warsaw on the eastern bank of the Vis Vistula,
tula, Vistula, says an official statement.
STROKE AT SERBIA
The Dardanelles operations are be being
ing being closely watched. They have a
possible bearing on the Balkan situa situation,
tion, situation, which is again simmering, be because
cause because the renewed quadruple entente
pressure on Greece and Bulgaria is
more keenly realized here now. The
indications are that Germany will de deliver
liver deliver the next hard blow against Ser Serbia,
bia, Serbia, in order to link up with Turkey.
It is increasingly manifest that Ger Germany
many Germany looks to the east for the settle settlement
ment settlement of the war. She would occupy a
favorable position, to invoke Bul Bulgaria's
garia's Bulgaria's aid and reaching Constanti Constantinople
nople Constantinople by overrunning Serbia.
" The Turks claim success in the re recent
cent recent fighting in the Dardanelles.
ITALIANS ARE GAINING
The latest Rome official report says
the Italians have gained the moun mountains
tains mountains of Cadoro. The Austrians are
forced back as far south as the slopes
of the Burgestall in the Setxon valley.
AUSTRIANS FORCE RUSSIAN
ARMIES APART
Austrian Army Headquarters in
Poland, Aug. 9. A defeat of the
Russians Sunday between Lubartow
and Miochow resulted in driving the
Russian columns apart, leaving a
large gap between. The Russians
north of Lubartow fled northeast
across the Vieprz at Leaskowice.
Those around Miochow reached the
Vieprz via Baranow. The Leakowice
retreat was a rout. It is known the
prisoners number more than 6,000.
SUB SUNK TURKISH BATTLE BATTLE-SHIP
SHIP BATTLE-SHIP Constantinople, Aug. 9. The. Turk Turkish
ish Turkish battleship Kroyreddin Barbarossa
was sunk by an allied submarine, says
a Turkish official dispatch.
DENMARK HADN'T HEARD OF IT
Copenhagen, Aug. 9. Persons in
close touch with court circles here say
they know nothing of the offer of
peace that Germany made through
the king of Denmark to Russia.
If you want to make a cheap trip
to Jacksonville, take the Seaboard
train on the lGth. Read the advertise advertisement
ment advertisement elsewhere.
Mr. A. T. Thomas leaves tomorrow
for a fortnight trip to Winston Winston-Salem,
Salem, Winston-Salem, N. C. He will visit other
points before returning home.
Mr. Ed Rentz spent Sunday with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
Rentz. He is now connected with the
large lumber mill of the Rentz Lum Lumber
ber Lumber Company.
The Hall block is one of the prin principal
cipal principal rallying points in the city for
stenographers. Nine of the smartest
members of that calling make their
business home in that building.
Our sheet music stock is up-to-date.
Daily demonstrations.
8-2-tf Lattner's Piano Store.

DRIVE THRU SERBIA TO HELP
DARDANELLES
(Associated Press)
THE EASTLAND
FUNERAL SHIP OF CHICAGO
WILL SOON AGAIN BE
AFLOAT
(Associated F'rerfs)
Chicago, Aug. 9. The work of rais raising
ing raising the steamer Eastland started to today.
day. today. It is expected the vessel will be
righted tomorrow.
PREPARING TO GO
TO BLACK POINT
Ocala Rifles will Leave Tomorrow
for the State Encampment
The "Ocala Rifles leave tomorrow
morning on A. C. L. train No. 38 at
2:25 o'clock for the state military en encampment
campment encampment at Black Point, near Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville on the St. Johns river, where
they will go into camp for eight days.
The company is carrying 65 men, four
officers and two cooks; and the boys
say it is not only the largest com company,
pany, company, but the best organized and
most efficient that has gone to en encampment
campment encampment in nine years.
The company is well officered, the
men are thoroughly drilled and the
equipment is right up to standard.
The encampment is under the regula regulations
tions regulations of the United States army and
the men are held to rigid discipline
and hard training and the encamp encampment,
ment, encampment, while not devoid of its pleasures
and recreations, it is not the pleas pleasure
ure pleasure jaunt that it used to be in the
"good old days" of free and easy
rules.
The state is rapidly making a model
encampment site, drill ground and
rifle range at Black Point. It is a
large tract of land, admirably located,
and most of the conveniences of life
are being installed there conven conveniences
iences conveniences that could never be put in at a
temporary camp.
A big dancing pavilion and club
has been built for the enlisted men,
the railroad will be extended into the
grounds in a short time and the street
car lines will also be extended.
Following is the roster of the offi officers
cers officers and men of the company:
Roster of the Riflemen
Commissioned Officers Captain Ed Edward
ward Edward Drake; First Lieut. H. Curry
Campbell; Second Lieut. R. L. Marsh;
Captain Fred Weihe, detached, as assistant
sistant assistant inspector of small arms prac practice.
tice. practice. Sergeants: George C. Woods, first;
Frank B. Gates, L. A. Snow, J. E.
Leitner, Leslie F. Bostick.
Corporals: W. A. Altman, II. E.
Crumpton, C. A. Blaloek, J. F. Marsh,
R. W. Vandervooit.
Privates: L. Allen, M. G. Albritton,
F. II. Andres, W. Andres, M. Bow Bowman,
man, Bowman, G. Bradford, II. Bradford, W.
Caruthers, C. Cawthorn, W. Chalker,
A. W. Church well, II. Ciowther, J.
Crother, Geo. W. Davis, II. P. Fife,
J. P. Gaines, Roy L. Galloway, E.
Grantham, R. L. Griggs, J. C. Harp,
R. L. Hilton, R. A. Hogan, W. T. Hood,
J. R. Hurst, M. C. Hurst, B. H. King,
H. D. Knight, J. II. Lane; J. Lanier,
H. D. Mcltnosh, W. E. MacKay, A.
McQuaig, J. McQuaig, O. K. McQuaig,
O. Marsh, A. F. Mclin, W. C. Mills,
M. A. Osborne, G. P. Paikcton, A. W.
Parramore, C. E. Perry, A. G. Pur Purvis,
vis, Purvis, N. R. Purvis, B. Rainey, R. A.
Raines, J. A. RicKey, J. F. Robbinson,
S. LeG. Sistrunk, E. C. Small, J. W.
Stevens, L. L. Usry, G. II. Wenzell,
G. J. Williams C." F. Mills.
Cooks Roberts and Potter.

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TURKEY
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WILLISTON AND LIVE OAK EX EXPECTED
PECTED EXPECTED TO PLAY OCALA
THIS WEEK
Manager Hunter expects either 'tiu
Live Oak or the Williston team to
play the home nine Thursday. There
will be a good game, in cither event.
Live Oak has a live team, and Ocala
is always glad to see the Williston
boys.
Leesburg must have some ball
team. It went to Clearwater last
week, and beat our much loved rivals
of that lovely city two games out of
three. Ocala will probably arrange
for a game with Leesburg before the
season is over. It is the turn of our
nine to be the visitors.
DEATHS AT THE
DESMOINES DERBY
DePalma is Victor and Chandler and
" Keeler are Dead
DesMoines, la., Aug. 8 Two deaths
and two injuries, one probably fatal,
marked the intiial oOO-mile automo automobile
bile automobile derby in the new mile speedway
here yesterday. Ralph DePalma won
the race, Ralph Mulford was second
and Eddie O'Donnell third. The time
was 3:28:52.
Joe Cooper was killed on the thirty thirty-eighth
eighth thirty-eighth lap when his car literally sail sailed
ed sailed over the outer edge of the bowl as
he .was nearing the grandstand and
fell outside, with Cooper and his
mechanician, Louis Piel, pinned un underneath
derneath underneath the wreckage.
The second accident came when, in
the thirty-eighth lap, Billy Chandler's
car crashed against' the inside rail.
Morris Keeler, Chandler's mechanic mechanician,
ian, mechanician, was injured and died at the hos hospital
pital hospital shortly before 9 o'clock.
Chandler has less than an even
chance for recovery, physicians said.
Piel, a victim of the first accident,
was reported in a critical condition.
RUSHING SUPPLIES
INTO RUSSIA
Japanese are Busy Stocking Up their
Enemy of Eleven Years Ago
Tokio, Aug. 8. Now that the dan danger
ger danger of war with China is over all
Japan and Korea is engaged in mak making
ing making supplies for Russia and her allies.
Officially, Japan has given increased
practical expression to her friendship
towards Russia by going to the limit
of dismantling some of her fortifica-j
tions on the northeastern coast of th.
empire. Big coast guns t ripped from
these fortifications have been shipped
to Vladivostok and thonce onward to
Galicia to strengthen the big gun ar artillery
tillery artillery of the armies of the czar.
John Thomas, a white man who
works for Martin & Bennett of Sum Sum-nerfield,
nerfield, Sum-nerfield, came to town on horseback
Saturday evening, and tarried until
late. A little before 11 o'clock, he was
found by Patrolman Felts, bleeding
and unconscious in the street by Tirc Tirc-Iver
Iver Tirc-Iver & MacKay's warehouse. lie had
received a heavy blow on the head,
but the reason for the injury is un unknown.
known. unknown. Perhaps his horse threw him,
or perhaps some one struck him. As
a small sum of money was found hi
his pockets, it is evident ho was not
attacked by a robber. His horse wa -found
in a lot nearby. Thomas wa?
taken to the hospital and his wound
dressed. It made a long, ugly g::-h
or. the back of his head, but he will
probably be all right in a few days.
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of. xLL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf

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RA1IGERS
VADERS

(Associated Press)

Brownsville, Texas, Aug. 9. Offi Officials
cials Officials today turned their attention to
the reports that 300 Mexicans have
ciossed the border into Hidalgo coun county
ty county and that small parties are appar apparently
ently apparently making their way to some con concentration
centration concentration point. Unusual precau precautions
tions precautions are being taken to prevent an
outbreak. Soldiers were sent to
Nona's ranch last night. It is believed
the Americans were attacked by
Mexican bandits. The details of the
fU'ht are awaited with interest.
Owing to the bandits having cut the
telephone wires and the isolated char character
acter character of the country, reports are
nieager, but it is known that fourteen
ranchmen, later reinforced by sol soldiers,
diers, soldiers, repelled the attacks. Several
outlaws were killed. Five Americans,
three of them soldiers, were wounded.
All passenger trains were stopped
Inst night for fear the outlaws would
wreck them.
Additional troops have been sent to
Lyfotd, Raymondville and Sebastain.
RANGERS TO THE RESCUE
. Brownsville, Aug. 9,' 2 p. m. Five
Mexican bandits and' one Mexican
woman were killed at Nona's yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. Fifteen Americans stood off
sixty Mexicans for an hour. Their
ammunition ran out just as fifteen
Texas rangers arrived-
K. OF P. CONVENTION
The K. of P. will hold their district
convention at Castle Hall tonight.
Representatives from nine lodges will
!.- present, and the meeting will be
both entertaining and instructive. All
Ocala members should try to be pres
ent.
KENTUCKY PRIMARIES
Louisville, Aug. 8. Former Con Congressman
gressman Congressman A. O. Stanley, democrat, E.
I. Morrow, republican, and Fred J.
Drexler, progressive, were nominated
for governor in ihe state-wide pri primary
mary primary held in Kentucky yesterday.
RESTA WON THE RACE
Chicago. Aug. 8. Daria Resta,
driving a French car one hundred and
two and eighty-five one hundredths
miles in one hour, won the Chicago
speedway one hundred mile race here
yesterday, establishing a new com competitive
petitive competitive world's record. Earl Cooper,
dtiving one hundred and one and
forty-one one hundredths miles in one
hour, was second.
SEE IliK FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetf 'ley. milk and eggs, tf
Bring your prescriptions to Ocala's
largest drug store, where prompt and
experienced service is always at your
disposal. The Court Pharmacy. tf
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HARD AFTER MEXI
OF TEXAS
GREAT CROP
EVER RAISED IN ANY COUNTRY
TO BE HARVESTED THIS
YEAR IN AMERICA
(Associate .1 Press)
Washington, Aug. 9. American
farmers are harvesting the greatest
wheat crop ever grown in any coun country.
try. country. It may be a billion bushels. The
agricultural department estimates it
at nine hundred and sixty-six million
bushels.
There are bumper crops of other
cereal.-?. Corn production this year
will reach two billion, nine hundred
and eighteen million bushels.
MARION COUNTY'S LATEST
SHIPMENT OF MELONS
As far as we know, the latest car carload
load carload shipment of watermelons to
leave 'Marion county was made Sat Saturday
urday Saturday by Mr. Gus Liddon from Mr. R.
S. Hall's farm. on the Silver Springs
bculevard. We understand another
carload will be shipped today or to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. RAUSTARK'
A Fort Wayne, Ind., paper says of
the picture play of Graustark, which
i- to be shown at the Temple tonight:
"Graustaik," the first V-L-S-E feat feature
ure feature to be shown at the Orpheum thea theater,
ter, theater, made the greatest hit of any pic picture
ture picture ever shown in that city, accord according
ing according to report from A. F. Brentlinger,
proprietor of the theater, who says,
"Such pictures are a credit to any pro
ducer. I congratulate your company,
and hope its success will be everlast everlast-ing."
ing." everlast-ing." SUCCESSFUL TERM
OF SUMMER SCHOOL
Yesterday was the last day of the
most successful term of the Univer University
sity University of Florida summer school. Not
only was it the largest summer nor
mal ever held in the state but from
the point of efficiency and service it
has never been surpassed. Florida
Alligator.
Another fresh shipment of Tr:ola
sweets just in at Gerig's. tf.
FRESH buttermilK at the Court
Pharmacy fountain every day. tf
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Principal Stumbling to Block

Mexico's Peace

EXPELS DIPLOMATS OF COUNTRIES THAI ARE HOT FAVOR

ABLE TO

(Associated Press)

Mex ico City, Aug. 8. Dr. Juan J.
Ortega, minister to Mexico for Guate Guatemala,
mala, Guatemala, was given his passports yester
day and informed that he must leave
the country within twenty-four hours.
The reason for this step was not an
nounced but it is supposed that he is
persona non grata with Carranza.
BRAZILIAN MINISTER TO GO
ALSO
Washington, Aug. 9. Carranza of
ficials here said the Brazilian minister
Mexico City, the only diplomatic
representative the United States has
n Mexico, has been withdrawn be
cause Carranza was prepared to ex
pel him from the country as he did
Senor Ortega, the Guatemalan min-
ter. The Carranzaistas here said
that neither diplomat is on good terms
with Carranza, and it has been Car Car-ranza's
ranza's Car-ranza's intention to hand the Brazil-
an minister his passport as soon as
he occupied the capital. The partici
pation of Latin-American countries in
conference here, they said, brought
Carrajiza's resentment to a climax.
The "Brazilian minister reported to
the state department that no reason is
given for the expulsion of Ortega. He
himself intended to sail for the Unit
ed States Wednesday.
CARRANZA'S AMBITION
State department advices said Car
ranza is hurriedly preparing to move
to Mexico City. The impression in
Mexican circles here is that Carranza
proposes to declare himself provision
al president.
Secretary Lansing announces that
the conferences will be resumed.
Mr. S. M. Grubbs is again serving
on the police force, taking the posi-
ion formerly held by Mr. Koonce.
Mr. Grubbs has been on the force be
fore and made an excellent record.
With Marshal Adams and Mr. Grubbs
i the daytime and Patrolmen Wells
and Felts at night, the city has four
very good men, who guard the town
ar carefully as any force of the size
possibly can.
Two negro women. Lemon Taylor
and Minnie Davis, had a difficulty
ack of Mclver & MacKay's ware
house Saturday night, and the Taylor
woman drove a knife into the other's
heart, making a wound that caused
death in a few minutes. The wound wounded
ed wounded woman ran and screamed but soon
hopped helpless and died. Her as
sailant "lit out'1 thru the back streets,
but was captured west of town by
Sheriff Galloway a little after mid midnight.
night. midnight. Judge Smith held an inquest
ou-r the body of the dead woman im immediately
mediately immediately after the killing. Her body
was taken in charge by Mclver &
MacKay, and was shipped to Eustis
today. The trouble was caused by
jealousy.
The authorities are again after the
auto speeders and also the drivers
who make nights hideous with their
"noisewagons" wide open as they
parade all sections of town, especially
the suburbs.
The streets were made lively today
with stalwart, khaki-clad young men,
members of the Ocala Rifles, making
ready to go to the state encampment.
Leon Davis, a sixteen year old col colored
ored colored youth, was sentenced to three
months on the county roads by Jus Justice
tice Justice Ferguson Saturday for carrying
a pistol to school. The offense was
committed several months ago, but
Leon has been making himself scarce
nr d was only apprehended a few days
ago.
A new line of high grade stationery
in all the latest styles and cuts at
Gerig's. tf.
The Court Pharmacy serves fresh
BUTTERMILK all the time; 5 cents
per glass. Try it. tf

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HIS AMBITION
ORDERED HIS MEN TO GIVE UP
TllEIR ARMS TO AMERICAN
'AUTHORITIES
(Associated Pr
Washington, Aug. 9. According to
official dispatches. General Bobo, the
Haitien revolutionist leader has for formally
mally formally resigned as chief executive. He
dismissed his cabinet and ordered his
geenrals in the north to deposit their
aims with the American authorities
at Cape Haitien. Bobo was given as assurances
surances assurances that every effort would be
made to preserve order.
STATE OFFICIALS IN THE CITY
Knott and Luning Took a Look at the
Marion Farms
Comptroller Knott and Treasurer
Lunning of the Florida cabinet were
at the Harrington last night, and in inspected
spected inspected the Marion Farms today.
They were accompanied by Mr. A. II.
Roberts, a clerk in one of the depart departments.
ments. departments. A Star reporter asked Mr.
Luning what he thought of the pros prospects
pects prospects for the Florida Life Insurance
stockholders. Mr. Luning said all
possible was being done, but he did
not seem inclined to make any prom promises.
ises. promises. Virgil Counts, the courthouse care caretaker,
taker, caretaker, is devoting his ppare moments
to varnishing the furniture through throughout
out throughout the building, which makes a de decided
cided decided improvement in the appearance
of things.
UNCLASSIFIED ADS
WANTED, LOST. FOUND. FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
WANTED Two or three live men to
sell and collect sick and accident In Insurance.
surance. Insurance. Call at office over Teapot
Grocery Store between 5 and 6 p. m.
P. C. Wind, Manager. 5-lt
FURNISHED RESIDENCE FOR
RENT An eight-room residence, ev every
ery every modem convenience and fully
furnished in every particular. Pleas Pleasant
ant Pleasant surroundings and close to pubnc
square. Would not rent for less than
six months. Apply at Star office tf
FOUND A keyring containing" two
door keys and five other keys. Owner
can have same by calling at this office
and paying expenses. 4-4t
FOR RENT "Well located and nicely
furnished menu in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
nousekeeping Inquire at the Co
Scnial. 7-tf
LOST Between Ocala and Orlando,
from automobile by M. M. Smith, one
small satchel, containing some very
valuable papers. Finder return to
this office or the Harrington Hall ho
tel, Ocala, Fla.
STRAYED A small buckskin mare,
weight about 800 pounds, white star
in face, scratch mark on hight hip,
brand on right side. A reward will
be given for her return. Notify W. J.
Nelson, Ocala, Fla. 7-12t
LOST A little girl's black "baby
doll" shoe, wrapped in a newspaper;
lost somewhere between Condon's
store and Goodwin's shop. 74t

DARKEY GENERAL
HAS COME DOVf



OCALA EVENING STAR MONDAY UGUST 9. 1913
TWO

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY

BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor

Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter

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SUBSCRIPTION RATES

(Domestic)
One year, in advance ....
Six months, in advance
Three months, in advance.
One month, in advance....

IF AVE KNEW

.$5.00
. 2.50
. 1.25

The uniform rank of the Woodmen
r,( the World will have its encamp

ment in Pensacola Sept.

to 3.

Abe Ruef, San Francisco's ex-boss,
now serving a term of fourteen years
in the San Quentin penitentiary,
promises to be good if he is set free.
A couple of motorists, who have
just arrived in Orlando after an eight eight-day
day eight-day trip say the roads of Florida are
better than those of Alabama, Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee and Kentucky.

mmmmmmmmmmm---- -m mm --
Mississippi democrats have nomi nominated
nated nominated Theodore G. Bilbo for governor.
Bilbo means sword, and perhaps the
prospective governor is a keen
blade.

(Mark Qutntrell)
It may be that of all sad words of the
poet's tongue or pen
That the saddest is of telling rf the
things that might have l.cn;
But the words that cause most trou trouble,
ble, trouble, and keep us feeling blue.
Are contained in the expression "If I
only, only knew!"
And we sit around and worry o'er the
things we fear to see,

Though they seldom ever happen Iiko.
we planned that they would be;
But we always are expecting that the :
world to bad will go, i
And we sit and nurse our troubles,

just because we do not know!
If we knew that each tomorrow would
to us some blessing bring;
If we knew there'd be no sadness that

in memory yet would cling;
If we knew that every effort soon
would blossom in success;

If we knew that all the future woul i

be crowned with righteousness.
If we knew that all our longings in
the end would be fulfilled.

And the sweetness we had hoped for.

in our lives would be instilled:

but they probably have more affinity Would we wait, and watch, and worry,

we do amid this darkness ju

SANITARY SEWERAGE SYSTEM, j INSUIRATION OF

OCALA. FLORIDA THE COUNTY FAIR

Peter Radford, the eminent writer,

Sc-altd proposals will be received!

a the of! r f the city clerk, for the I in writing about the average county
i.v -Tructic-ri of a sanitary sewerage fair, says:
--w-m. Mr.til S'.-ptf rr.l i ith, 1H15, at j When you enter the agricultural de-

whh time they will bo opened and ; partment of count faJf feel
read publicly. The w.r'c includes the;
fumi-hinir of all labor, material and our soul uplifted and your life takes
S machinery, p:id equipment of every j on a new power that la the insplra insplra-j
j insplra-j kind neces.-ary to cor..truct the above tion or the soil. You are overpowered
work according to plans : rw. specifica- ; . ndpiI ... TT,nffT1,flrcnr f

' are as f ulovs

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Some women are v. v. ": I c

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(Foreign)

One year, in advance $8.00
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance.... 2.25
One month, in advance 80

Because we are afraid of a big pen pension
sion pension list, let us refuse to defend our ourselves.
selves. ourselves. Then we can pay the pen pensions
sions pensions to our foreign oppressors in instead
stead instead of to our home defenders.

The Grand Duke Nicholas seems to

be making the same sort of a fight, on

a larger scale, in the Poland salient
that Joseph E. Johnson made in
Northwest Georgia in the summer of
1864.

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10I.;i. s sewer pipe.
M-l.V 10" sewer pipe. j
2215' 12" sewer pipe.
:;4vo' 1."" sewer pi re.
V.u' IS" sewer pipe.
Manholes.
51 Automatic Flush Tanks.
:;7 Hand Flush Tanks.
Necessary Y Branches.
1 Sewerage Disposal System.
Each bid must be accompanied by
a certified check on any state or na national
tional national hank of Florida, or on a na national
tional national bunk of any other state for 5
per cent of the amount bid, drawn to
the order of the president of the coun council.
cil. council. .1. M. Mtffert.
The bonds have been sold, and pay

ments for work will be made in cash.

It is the desire of the city council

to let the contract as a whole to one

contractor, but they reserve the right
to segregate and let in sections if it

be to the best interests ot tne city.

Plans and specifications may be

seen at the office of the city clerk or

We would always beat them to it, the engineers. Bidding olanKs may

ot win rut in pvervt hincr. e obtained Irom me engineers or

..... ... i

If we only knew exactly what the city clerk, topies oi pians ami f-peci-Kor
WW lind. Mirations mav be obtained from the

and iv'

The prcraiption vhich Dr. R.
diseases of vwoiik.ii which si

Ij-A Ot l.,a

r-M-rrvfii!- in
i..t i -xntury is

ion

more appropriate, however, for Fin Finland
land Finland to be independent than to belong
to either Sweden or Russia. The
Finns are a race of Asiatic origin, be

longing to the family of the Bulgars,

As

because we do not know?

for the Russians than for the Swedes

They were very loyal to Russia until
Vinf rit;n lnn ft svstematic nerse-

I 4V.; rrra'lt rV1 world nf TmsineSS.

cution of them about twenty years - A Cn5n

If we only knew the secrets, and the

workings from within,

Of the business proposition, that our

adversaries spring,

ago.

PERSISTING IN
A PREVARICATION

Citizens and business men of that

thriving nnd enterDrisincr city ot

The last time England was conquer conquered
ed conquered was in 1066 A. D., when the Nor Normans
mans Normans invaded the island. Some of the
Germans think it will be conquered
again next year, but they have an another
other another think coming.

The Star is sorry to see so much
criticism of the sheriff of Pinellas
county for putting electric fans in the
Clearwater jail. Some of these little
county jails are pocket hells in sum

mer time, and the sheriff deserves

commendation rather than criticism.

Vio rnhfsi in his "wad"

question of building a canal from We wou-j know then if to raise him.
Silver Springs to their city, and they Cr just let the ante go;
are working hard to make this pro- But we bet and lose our money, just
posed waterway a reality and there is because we do not know.
no doubt that their plans will be sue- jn the home-life "all around us, if we
cessful. As we understand it, they only, only knew,
intend to get the federal government What ffJjfXTStd'talSr

to make an appropriation ana inen Uf we knew our friends about us were

bond the citv of Ocala and Marion iust what we'd like to see,

county for the balance. The canal WTiat a grand old world to live in,
. a.. -i v what a heaven this would be.

will De a material lauui m .v,o ;r,cr

tion of freight rates to interior towns from your next door neighbor's
of the state. We understand that it yard,
will not cost over a million dollars, And you always are expecting that
, j. i i he is a-feeline hard.

ana n tne government puis up ixx -- w-

he taxpayers will not have to pay e troubies years ago;

but $500,000. Williston Courier. But your conscience doesn't hurt you

The Courier never understooa any- --just, uecause juu uu

thing of the sort. It understands jf we oniy knew up yonder, what was
Vq4- ?f in fAllincr n lip nf. the most I waitinf? for us there.

C&C V V I - m m

sneaking description when it speaks And there was no speculation wnat

of Marion county being bonded to cut Just tQ break one ,aw thats Kiven for

a canal from Silver bprings to ucaia. gep us in the right:

We don't suppose, however, that it If we only knew that dying meant not ingg in each montn. visltin
has sense enough to know it is mak- an eternal night. nna. ren always welcome. Club

mg a fool of itself when it says such be one common

a canal wouia cost si.uuu.uuu. rer- aim:

haps it thinks that Marion county There would be no broken pledges

actual cost.

The right is reserved to reject any

and all bids. J. M. Meffert,

President City Council.
II. C. Sistrunk, City Clerk.
The J. B. McCrary Company, En-

gineers, nus-ii lniru aiionai uaim

Building, Atlanta, Ua. -'J-ot-mon

It is strange that Herman Ridder
is so widely condemned while the men
who say Great Britain and France are
fie-htinir in defense of the United

States can make such assertions with
out criticism. Times-Union.

Neither is exactly right, but Ridder

is the furthest wrong.
I

A number of years ago, the Chinese
custom of binding women's feet was
held up to the Christian world as a

reason for sending missionaries to
that benighted land. If the Chinese
had the true spirit of humanity in

their hearts, they would send mission

aries to the United States to persuade

our women to give up their absurd

and unhealthy fashion of wearing ab
normally high-heeled shoes.

OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS

ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chanter: No. 29, O. E. S

aieets at Yonge'a hal! the second and

fourth Thursday evenings or eacL

month at 7 o'clock.

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

OCALA LODGE NO. 2S6, B. P. O. E.

the scene that Is the spirit of th
harvest. You can hear the voice of

nature calling you back to the soil
that is opportunity knocking at your

door. It Is a good chance to spend a

quiet hour in contact with the purity
and perfection of nature and to sweet sweeten
en sweeten your life with its fragrance, elevate

your ideals with its beauty and expand

your Imagination with its power.

These products as food are fit for
the gods, and as an article of com commerce
merce commerce they ought to bring tip-top
prices on any market In the world.
The products of the soil are teachers
and preachers as welL Their beauty
gives human life Its first entertain entertainment,
ment, entertainment, their perfection stirs the genius
in artists; their purity furnishes mod models
els models for growth of character and their
marvelous achievements excite our
curiosity and we Inquire Into the won wonderful
derful wonderful process of nature.

Before leaving the parlor of agricul

ture where nature is parading In her

most graceful attire and science Is

climbing the giddy heights of perfec perfection,
tion, perfection, let us pause and take a retro

spective view. How many or you

know that after these wonderful prod

ucts are raised, they can seldom bo

marketed at a profit? Take the blush

Ing Elberta, for example tney were

fed to the hogs by the carload last

year. The onion the nation's favorite
vegetable every year rots by the
acre In the Southwest for want of a
market and as a result hundreds of
farmers have lost their homes. Cot Cotton
ton Cotton nature's capitalist often goes
begging on the market at less than
cost of production.
It is great to wander through the
exhibits while the hand Is playing
"Dixie" and boast of the marvelous
fertility of the soil and pride ourselves
on our ability to master science, but
It Is also well to remember that there
is a market side to agriculture that
does not reflect its hardships In the
exhibits at a county fair.

Dr. Pierce's Favorite

Take this in liquid or taLIci form r a ionic end regulator!
Mrv Kite D. KkhirJson. of Deaxlcv. Ecct C v.. Va.. ." "'. cvn it a H---.vure t
testify to the worKltul curati c (judiiUt i .-. Ik... i --. : I ht F r
some year 1 ul!cred grt-dlly ith w-krvi rtii.;-r r s' v al-J
several physicians but eiatiually crrwr One t-: I t -f 4

results of vour "Favmite lrv?:npton. I vx.it t
and after takintf It. wlh the "Iterant ItU-t I
knew- what hapr"- for I aK.----
ell as myself unhappy. yvi i

o- ! ti. r. I .vr
i : uU oiiicrs as

Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate sZorrtack. J:vf, bowels

HESE goods are

Nationally Ad

vertised.

See the full page

advertisement 1 n
the

Salmrday

- EwiM
PdPStt

FIRE

EXTINGUISHER

Ocala ldge No. 2S6, Benevolent

and Trotectlve Orde or blks. meets
the second and fourth Tiesday even-

g breth-house

opposite postoflire, east side.

L. II. von bngelken, L. K.
Kelson Geise, Secietary. At.

A FISH STORY

MARION

people are as foolish as it is untruth

ful.

"THE SALT OF THE EARTH

J. II. Benjamin, who was the first
editor of the News, about twenty-seven
years ago, is making a complete
success of the Ocala Daily Star, says

the DeLand News. Mr. Benjamin

was always a

every one would think the same;

Rut. the thinkincrs are so different

'twixt us mortals here below,

That we wrangle 'bout salvation, just

because we do not know:

But if the occult was unfolded, and

there's nothinc: else to learn;

If we knew just what would happen

as we watched at every turn;

Wmild there be that sweet excite

ment as we struggle toward

the goal?

ODD FELLOWS

Tulla Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F..!

meets iu Vongejs Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'cloclc. A warm wel

come always extended to visltin?

brethren. M. M. Little, N. U.

W. L. Colbert, Secretary.

AGENTS

Ocala -. Florida

iIAItlOX-nUNN .MASONIC liOIKih

w

Marien-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &

, w,,i,i thom n tViinr nf value to a A. M.. meets on the first and third

i ,n I -rv

i: v...n e-nl 7 Timredn' ovonlnfa of parh month at

, 1 j i;.; 1 I 11V1I1K IlUIIiail v; u l I auuiouuj v ..... w.

age, experience ana cnangea political iipttpr lhan to leave it unen- 8:00 o'clock, until further notice

conditions have somewhat toned down cumbered with a care, A. E. Burnett, W. M.

tv, nin-miTi'a ovnraecmnc Vinf I a ni vo o-inrl thprp's some incentive I Jjtke Rrown. Secretary. Ad

fnr the luture to prepare:

For the sweetest part is learning, and V(OIttIK OF Till; WOULD

tne Aliwise pianneu it rarT, vn. 14 mita at

Ana It manes us smvc w i"vuuv

he continues to drive a trenchant pen.
One always knows what Benjamin is
writing about.
This compliment to the editor of
Ocala's afternoon paper is richly de deserved,
served, deserved, for Mr. Benjamin is a news newspaperman
paperman newspaperman in the fullest sense of the

term. The fearless spirit he displays

at all times is indeed refreshing
when one considers that a large per percentage
centage percentage of so-called editors are noth

ing more than vassals of cheap-skate

do Uhe K. of P. Hall 8 p. m

1 UVVVUU v ava- -
KnOW I M-Ar; rrrt a fl ck 1 1 tV ft V Q. W If ""TT1 P

AugUSt 8, 1915. J y.r Toma, c. C.

Chas. K. Sage, Herk.

A certain Dr. Hexamer says that
Germany is to the United States as
. nrnn in T?-VQ Jn V O f TITO TO

all our kultur therefrom.-Cleanvater Polcians and of interests from

o

' Amoa, Ai their servility. Such as these make
Dr. Hexamer must be dense. AI- J
A. rv,rtCf the declaration of the Punta Gorda

,1 i. it- v u j Herald, "Newspaper support doesn t
of our literature is English, and what .

isn't English is nearly all French and t T
t.. t.c;o i A veteran of the game, M

ill i,ot, I jamin knows it in every phase, and
more widely known m America than J

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

any German author.

is widely disseminated in
but it is not popular.

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

America,

Florida than thosfe which appear in

the Star. He belongs to the "salt-of-

the-earth" class, and we hope many

The Ocala Star takes a somewhat! ar.J

. m I L I rr t-iiii Ul ilia oci ittJ. -w

twisted view oi commission govern- - i-nn
ment. being deceived by the recent ex- greatly needed in Florida, politically

perience ot tne city ot iNasnviiie. and otherwise. lampa limes.

Tampa Tribune. The editor of the Star sincerely ap-

The Star views commission govern- preciates the compliments and kind
ment from a different standpoint from wjshes of both the News and Times,
that taken by the Tribune, but the b t he is afraid they both praise him

Star does not say the Tribune takes a much more highly than he deserves
twisted view. Terhaps it is the Tri-
bune that is deceived instead of the Carl q pisher of Indianapolis, one
Star. The Star's view is the view of the orjginai promoters of the Dixie
taken by the men who planned the highway, writes to Field Secretary
system of representative government Qilbreath of the Dixie Highway As Asunder
under Asunder which this country has grown socjati0n that a great many people
great. If its view is twisted, the win travei south over the route this
view of the men who drew up the con- autumn and winter. He knows one

stitution of the United States was man in Detroit who has lined up four four-twisted,
twisted, four-twisted, teen cars, with two baggage trucks

and one kitchen truck, to make the

The Methodists of the state con- t Doesn't it stand to reason that

sider they have a just complaint I oCala should try to bring some of

against Chairman Burr of the rail- this travei thru its streets
road commission, for siding with the

Atlantic Coast Line, which is trying The gtar seems to overlook the fact cc

to close its passenger station ai tnat, unaer commission government.,
Sutherland and make the one at the people have an immediate rem-

j u-w nia,oe sntw- edy, whenever they maKe up

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KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Convention Convention-held
held Convention-held every Monday at 8 p. m at

Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis

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

Ctas. K. Sage, K. oi it. a. -a
CIIAITF.K NO. 13, It. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala

Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on tne

fourth Fridav In every montn at

8 p. m. II. S. Wesson, li. tr.

Jake B'oA-n, Secretary.
CONCOKIHA LOUGH F. U. OT A.
Concordia Loiixe, Fraternal Union

of America, meets in on?.s Hail
cn the second Thursday evening o!

each month. Geo. L. Taylor. K M

Chas. K. Sage. Secretary. Ad

I

THE GREATEST HOT WEATHER COMFORT IS THE LllfcAi thl

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 & Packing Co.

Ot .ALA TEMPLE

PYTHIAN SISTERS

Thp Oral.i Temde Lodce No. 2S

Pvthian Sisters, meets every Tuesday

afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west

of courthouse. Visiting members are

cordially invited to meet with us.

Lena lompKins, m. r.
Kate B. Howell, M. R.

. 9 i

Nut ui.iny r:ir a i-err mi f tin
ft im ir i i :ti.H l t ride lu
the luti rioi .l J.. ..n. I was favored
with till-- interest i..;: fK.rieiue:

Living ii. ai a small tisliluj; village

and out jf convfiiU-ut reacb of the

treaty ris. 1 found it ueeessary to

content myself to u reat extent with
native subsistence. However, a dally

supply of delicious living fish went far
to compensate for the absence of beef

steak and bread und butter.

The peddlers of fish carry their
finny merchandise In shallow tubs

tilled with wuter. suspended from the

ends of a yoke across the shoulders.

In this fashion they trot along for

miles on their rounds.

Having the advantage of first choice.

I could usually select one of a size
suitable for the day's needs, but one

morning .they were all entirely too
large, and when It was pointed out

that the smallest was double the size

wanted be replied:

"Oh, but you can cut It In two; use

half today, the other half tomorrow.

This suggestion would seem simple
enough In American markets, but when

he was told that stale fish was unde

sirable be explained that the remaining
half woukl be as Jlvely tomorrow or

any day thereafter until used; that the

operation would not hurt the fish In

the slightest respect. At this point
curiosity prompted me to direct the

flip vlvlsectlonlst to proceed with hLs

barbarous act,

lie Immediately laid one of the fish
on a board and placed his long, keen

edged knife Just back of the gills and
quickly sliced off all of one aide down

to the tall and so close to the ribs that
you could almost see them. The part
containing the vital organs was return

ed to the water, where, of course, ow owing
ing owing to loss of equilibrium. It turned on

i T.. n. nv aQtnnlahmsnt It

J .""ir" Washington, D. C IZQXO Kicn
warn round lively as ever, seemingly N?folkK v igo Bait

unuisiurueu ujr iue iw ui -v uuU

flVhh. and remained so until the next
day when I was ready to cook It,
My native friends smiled at the sug suggestion
gestion suggestion of cruelty and related the story
of a distinguished daiinio who caught
a fish sliced in this manner that had
been placed In the river years before
and lived this long time happy and
lively as other fish. But the idea of
carving n living fish made me shudder,
and I never tried It again. C D. Wel Wel-don,
don, Wel-don, in New York Tribune.

. i r M

gB

Fire in tte Homo

Beauty, like safety, demand

eternal vigilance as its price.

1 his every woman Knows.

And the safety cf Leauty in
the home doubles this de:nand.

Lace curtains and all the

pretty draperies that make for
the home beautiful are food

for flames.

A liehted match dropped

carelessly in Osc home may

co-t the lives of your vnole

Don't let their deaths le duo

to your dereliction.

DONT DROP MATCHES

CAREL-CSSLY.

But BE PREPARED IN

fTASfc. YOU ULI. -lave a

FYRENE extinguisher handy

n vour heme. It will extin-r-iish
anv incinientfire WITH

OUT INJURY TO FURNISH

INGS.

' -A farm Affttucm

'I

PHONE 34

OCALA, FLA.

ANNUAL

101TA!it-$EOIM EXCURSION

VIA
ATLANTA OAST LDWE
8TANDARH ILIMSOAD OF THE SOUTH
ROUND TRIP RATES FROM OCALA

D. C $200 Kichmond, Va I-

imore, iid ---5u

ROUND TRIP RATES FROM JACKSONVILLE

Wilmington, N. C $12.00 Chattanooga. Tenn
Winston-Salem, N. C 14.00 Monteagle, Tenn. la.Oa

lot SDrine-s. Va. is.au Mammotn cave, ivy n.?

Roanoke, Va. ioyarm springs, oa.
Tickets sold Aujrust 11th. Limit AuKiist 20tli. For farther information
or reservations call on A. C L. ticket agent or
A. W. FRITOT. J. G. KIRK LAND,
DiriMon Passenger Agent, Division Passenger Agent,
Jacksonville. Tampa.

WOOD

c

Sold by the Ocala Lumber and
Supply Company

their

land is the location of Southern Col- properiy or dishonestly conducted. By
. i i e i : I r- i ii ii i v, 1 .1 n

lecre, the state msuiuuon ol reanmig means oi me recan, tne pcupic num a

:,i Tifv,,-etc Tf vnc Vuirl a nower creater than under the old sys

iur r luiiua iuciuuuiv. It ' . . v.

, i no,i ,ro tern oi municipal goveniuiein, mcic-
station ever since the road asfore.the DOwer rests in "the people in

built, 28 years ago, and to discontinue a mass more completely under corn-

it would be a great disadvantage to mission than under the other form.

the college. The college is a great Tampa Tribune

benefit to that section, and why the

railroad wants to hamper it is hard to

understand. As for Mr. Burr, who
was elected as a champion of the peo people,
ple, people, he becomes more a champion of
the corporations every day, and in the
next election the people will send him

home.
It was to-be expected that the suc successes
cesses successes of Germany would cause a
large element of the Swedes to be become
come become restless and cast longing eyes

at j? lniana. oweueu i vug ui

The Star had not overlooked this

fact. The Star is not specially stuck

on this recall business. It sees no
reason why a committeeman should
be more honest than a councilman.
The recall can be used to take good
men out of office as well as bad. Its
all up to the people anyway, and
they should watch their affairs close closely
ly closely and uphold representative government.

PAY YOUR GAS BILL TOMOR

ROW (the 10th) OR THE SERVICE

la's traditional enemies. It would be WILL BE DISCONTINUED. It

Go North by Sea

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Steamship Lines
Jacksonville
TO
Boston

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Baltimore
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Philadelphia

Steamers. Low Fares. Best
Wireless telegraph on all!

steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points.

Automobiles carried.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
Address
II. C. AVERY, AGENT
Jacksonville, Fla.

PIIONF 503
For Good Wood
BIG Load tor $1.
Vour rder will have
immediate Attention-
J. L. SMOAK
At Smoak's Watfor .hop.

THE CLERK GUARANTEED IT

"A customer came into my store the

other day and said to one of my clerks,

-I.. 1L.1 :n j:

nave you anyining ma. iuic di

arrhoea ?' and my clerk went and got
him a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and

said to him. 'if this does not cure you,
I will not charere you a cent for it- So

he took it home and came back in a
day or two and said he was cured,

writes J. II. lierry & c-, oait reen,

Va. Obtainable everywhere.

New
service

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILDER

Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better

Work for the Money than Any Other

Contractor in the citv.

Elizabeth Fry.

Elizabeth Fry's great work for
prison reform was all done after her

marriage. It was in 1813 that she
paid her first and memorable visit to
Newgate prison, and in 1817 formed

the Association for the Improvement
of Female Prisoners In Newgate,

which attracted such widespread In

terest. Her efforts were not confined

to Great Britain, many continental

nrlsrms helnc the better for hex

labors.

NEW YORK AND RETURN

VIA

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Fare includes meals and stateroom berth.
TICKETS NOW ON SALE COOL ON ANY SHIP
FINAL RETURN LIMIT OCTOBER 31st.
CHARLESTON EXCURSIONS
Write for schedule and further particulars.
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Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of Liberty Street.
JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.

FOR A SPRAINED ANKLE
If vou will pet a bottle of Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Liniment and observe the di directions
rections directions piven therewith faithfully,
you will recover in much less time
than is usually required. Obtainable
everywhere.

The Court Pharmacy serves fresh
BUTTERMILK all the time; 5 cents
per glass. Try it, if

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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, AUGUST 9. 1915

THREE

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-AT THE

TEMPLE MEM

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tZZZ'::: ::: :--:o-fr:-'-::-.'-:-:--:-:o v e t e rn North Carolina with Mrs. J.i

T r ;ii : 1 1 t

V i wreo 01 .tuami. 11 win ie re-

j rr.emlered that Mr?. JJarco lo.-t her
husband several weeks atro, since
! which time she has not been very well.
ll is hoped that the change will prove
, beneticial to her. Gainesville Sun.

OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS f

(If you have any items for thi.- department, call 'phone 106)

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! To finish the moment, to fir.d
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road, to live the s --at.-t

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tlu

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Selected.

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Is Prompt

We fully realize how neces necessary
sary necessary prompt delivery service is.
The average housewife likes to
have her meat sent just when
she wants it.
Small things count in a suc successful
cessful successful business. Next to sell selling
ing selling you good meat comes right
service. We are bound to please
you if you care to try ut.

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

A marriage of interest t;;kinr pl;u-e
in October, will be that of Mi.-- Mati Mati-lea
lea Mati-lea Stroud of Marion. Ala., and Mr.
Ira Boothe Kerlin, which has been
dated for Wednesday, October Miss
Stroud was, a petite visitor to this city
three winters ufo, the jruest of her
cousin, Mrs. L. F. Iilaloek and dur during
ing during her vi.-it was the in.-fiirat ion for a

Mr. Louis W

Duval left Saturday ;;

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ard little daughter and enjoy a well well-earned
earned well-earned vacation.

It oVlrir-L- nrul tvi-1 until nnnn nt

wl.i.-h tir m tmntinr lnnrnn wn!fr n rove, K, to join hi

- -. v V m w a a. a -kj mm ww
.-trved. Several members who were)
not able to spend the day, joined the j

jrue.-t.s early in the afternoon, which
permitted them to enjoy partially the i Mrs. J. P. Galloway, who Is visiting

cordial hospitality of the hostess, i trends in Augusta, ja., is expected

Much work was accomplished during

J the day.

CLOTHE

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nome mis wees.

( harming Party for Mrs. Gross
Mrs. J. M. Gross, who has a long
lit of admiring friends not confined
exclusively to the members of the
Methodist congregation, of which her

series of beautiful paiti

friends and acquaintances here
join in wishing her happiness.

Ib-r many j husband, Dr. Gross is the esteemed

will

prtsor, was the honor guest at a sur surprise
prise surprise party given Saturday afternoon
at" 1 o'clock at the parsonage.
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Mr T T m.u-.i-o 5,r ti. io.-itirifr n courtesy was 10 ceienrate tne

visit the latter part of August to her !'''' 'thday f Mrs. Gross, and not until
dvfprs Mrs I' .1 i?:M,.d in Jwk- the guests began to arrive did the

sonville ami Mrs.
Lynchburg, Va.

James Ford

;n honoree discover that her birthday an

niversary had been an anticipated

date lor several days among many,
,,r ,r v other than members of her immediate
Mrs. VS. V. Newsom. .Jr.. who is ., ... ...
fiimilv M-r-l i kvpu Mnmio an1 vara

visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.!,. ., ,. ..

K. Taylor in Jacksonville, is entor-

the deal for that real estate has been closed and the only thing
yet to do is to see if the title is good. Marion county has -ii.it 160
deed records and 45 mortgage records and 50 of miscellanoeus rec records,
ords, records, or about 160,000 pages of record matter and among these is
ihe record history of that title.
some searching and checking before the abstract man knows
that he has got it alL
MORAL: PLACE THE ABSTRACT ORDER EARLY ENOUGH
SO THAT THE ABSTRACT MAN HAS REASONABLE TIME IN
WHICH TO DO HIS RESEARCH WORK.

florid title and abstract corporation

ocala, fla.

Great Old Remedy
For Skin Diseases

S. S. S. Clears Skin of Erup Eruptions
tions Eruptions Drives Poison From
the System.

Get It fixed In your mind that Bkln
eruptions, Scrofula, Eczema, burning
Itching skin, and all skin diseases
are due entirely to impure and
Infected blood. If the trouble was
on the outside of the skin, by
simply washing and keeping.lt clean
you could obtain relief not even
ointments, lotions, and salves, would
be necessary. Agree with us In this

belief, and your trouble can be re.
lieved you can be entirely restored
to health. S. S. S. is a purely vegeta vegetable
ble vegetable treatment th-.it jou can secure
from your own druggist it is a blood
tonic that will purify your blood anc
cause a most decided abatement of
your trouble, and finally make you
entirely well. Fifty years ago S. S. S.
was discovered and given to suffering
mankind. During this period it haa
proven Its remarkable curative prop properties
erties properties as a blood purifier and tonic,
and has relieved thousands of cases
of disease caused by poor or impure
blood, and chronic or inherited blood
diseases. You can be relieved, but
you must take S. S. S. Take it if only
pimples appear, for they denote bad
blood, and may be followed by the
sufferings from torturing skin erup eruptions.
tions. eruptions. Therefore be sure. Don't take
chances, don't. use lotions. Get S. S.
S. from your druggist. If yours Is a
special case, write for expert medical
advice to S. S. S. Co., Atlanta, Ga.

taining at a .r o'clock tea this after

noon at the heme of her ii.-irctits in I

Ortega. lief ore her marriage Mrs.
Newsom was a popular member of the
young society set of that city.
Mr. John Martin, nn and daughter,
Mr. W. M. Martin and Mi ss Sarah
Pearl Martin, motored to DeLand to today
day today to visit the two latters uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John Williamson.
They were accompanied by Miss An Annie
nie Annie Benton Fuller.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Caldwell have
as their guests, Mrs. Caldwell's sis sisters
ters sisters and brother, Mrs. A. K. O'Dell
and son, Miss Tommie Mclntire and
Mr. Hugh Mclntire of Jacksonville.
Mrs. J. H. Badger of Oldtown was
a week-end visitor at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. E. M. Howard.
Mrs. C. II. Dame returned today
from a week-end visit to Mr. Dame
at Plant City, Mr. Dame being unable
to return home for Sunday on account
of business.
Mr. Robert Martin reached home
Friday night from Denver, Colo.,
where he has been residing for the
past five years. Mr. Martin is being
cordially welcomed by his friends, all
of whom are learning with pleasure
that he will probably remain in Ocala
through the winter. He is a guest at

iiumt- oi it is sisier, iirs. i,iyde
Moxley.

Mr. Phil Robinson, whose business

keeps him in Inverness, spent Sunday
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. K.
Robinson, arriving Saturday from
Tampa.

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Miss Sallie Byrd Young is off on a
vacation of a month. She will divide
her time between her home at Span Span-and
and Span-and visiting in Tampa.
Mr. W. M. Martin leaves Friday for
Asheville, N. C, to visit Mr. Norman
Home. He will drive through, tak taking
ing taking Mrs. Home her tar, and will be
accompanied by his cousin, Miss

Eugenia Fuller and Miss Annie Atkin Atkinson,
son, Atkinson, who will proceed from Asheville
to Galbraith Springs, Tenn.. the for former
mer former for a sojourn of five weeks and
the latter to visit Miss Mary Wyatt
Galbraith until October.
Mrs. Mary D. Starr and Miss Fran Frances
ces Frances Starr of Jacksonville, sister and
niece of Mrs. T. M. Moore, left re recently
cently recently for White Plains, N. Y., where
they will spend a couple of months

with Mrs. Starr's other daughter, Mrs.
A. F. Murelle.
Mrs. J. A. Mellon, a resident of
Ocala a number of years ago, re returned
turned returned to her home in Tampa last
week from attending the Blue Ridge
Y. W. C. A. conference near Black
Mountain, N. C, at which with Mrs.
Thomas Palmer also of Tampa, she
represented the Tampa Y. W. C. A.

The hundreds of friends in Ocala
and vicinity of Dr. and Mrs. W. H.
Dodge of Jacksonville will regret to
learn that Mrs. Dodge is in poor
health. She has been ill for several

weeks and though not dangerously

so, her daughter, Mrs. J. II. Work

man of Miami, gave up her trip

through the west with Prof. Work

man to remain with her mother.

Gro.-ss, the lovely daughters of the
heme, planned to have a few of their
mother's special friends come in late
in the afternoon but on executing
their scheme learned that her Sunday
school class, comjosed of young mat matrons,
rons, matrons, was planning also a party in her
honor, so they combined, hence giv giving
ing giving pleasure to not only Mrs. Gross,
but to forty friends.
Punch was served on the veranda
a;: the guests arrived by Miss Cecile
Downs. The ladies carried their
needlework, which with a clever tree
contest formed entertaining diversion
for all present. For guessing the
greatest number of questions correct correctly
ly correctly in the contest, Mrs. John Graham
was awarded a dainty crepe de chene
handkerchief. The most enjoyable
feature was the unwrapping of the
many gifts attesting the love of the
guests for the honoree.
Apricot ice and cake" was served
and assisting in serving were Miss
Gladys Martin and Miss Downs.
At a bridge party given in Tampa
Saturday by Mrs. J. M. Wilkes in
compliment to Mrs. N. II. Sumner,
who leaves shortly with her hus husband,
band, husband, Lieut. Sumner, for their their
new military post on Long Island,
Miss Ruth Nelson who is to wed in
September Capt. C. H. Rorebeck, won
the second prize, a guest towel.
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Mrs. J. B. Hayes and little daugh daughter
ter daughter Mary Lena, will leave in the
morning for a three weeks' visit with
relatives in Jacksonville, Callahan and
Pablo.
Miss Jettie McConn returned homo
yesterday from Loughman, after a
week's visit with her sister, Mrs.-Red-

gi aves.
Mrs. W. W. Stripling and her
charming daughter, Miss Ellen, are

heme from
Springs.

a visit to Worthington

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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 woik.
Ocala Steam Laundry
Phone 101 402-401 South Blain St.

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Mr. and Mrs. John Knight are re rejoicing
joicing rejoicing at the advent of a 9 pound
boy. This makes three pretty chil children
dren children in their home.
Mrs. J. C. Quattlebaum and chil children
dren children of Mcintosh are here for a visit
to Mrs. Quattlebaum's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. S. M. Grubbs.

Mrs. G. H. Ford of Jacksonville is
the guest of her parents, Mr. and

Mrs. B. A. WTeathers, arriving yester
day.

Mr. and Mrs. Will McArthur, prom prominent
inent prominent citizens of Montbrook, were in

the cit ytoday.
Miss Mary Harriet Livingtson re

turned this morning from a week-end

visit to Miss Stella Camp at Lake

Weir.
Miss Beulah Whitney, a popular
Jacksonville girl who has been enjoy enjoying
ing enjoying an extended visit with relatives at
Orange Lake, making frequent short
visits to friends in this city, will
shortly return home.
Miss Genevieve Redding has con concluded
cluded concluded a short visit to her grand grandmother,
mother, grandmother, Mrs. E. J. Redding, return returning
ing returning to her home in Jacksonville Sat Saturday
urday Saturday afternoon.

Representative Henderson and wife
of Lynne were visiting their Ocala
friends today.
Mr. J. W. Akin spent Sunday with
his family at the lake.
Misses Avalee and Marguerite Ed Edwards
wards Edwards are guests for a few days of
Misses Frances and Myra Agnew, at
their home west of the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Duncan B. Cannon
and the latter's son, Mr. Olcott. de departed
parted departed this afternoon for Hot Springs,
N. C.
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The friends of Mrs. T. S. Trantham,

who has been convalescing from an

illness of several months, will regret
to learn that she has suffered a re

lapse and is again at the hospital for

tieatment. Mrs. Trantham came up
this morning from Stanton, where she

has been spending sometime, accom

panied by Miss Juanita Lytle, at

whose home she has been staying.

Misses Wenona Wetherbee and Mar

garet Howell are home from Talla Tallahassee,
hassee, Tallahassee, where they attended summer
school.

Miss Henrietta Livingston returned

today from a visit of two weeks to

Mrs. Blanche Whetstone at Lake

W'eir.

Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Harris are

planning to leave Wednesday for Bus Bus-bee
bee Bus-bee Hall, N. C, to spend several

weeks.

Miss Ruby Cappleman, a charming

young lady of Ocala, and who has
leen spending the past week in the

city, the guest of her uncle, Mr. D. h.

Cappleman, left for her home Tues

day morning last. She reports a

pleasant sojourn in the city. Brooks Brooks-ville
ville Brooks-ville Argus.

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Mrs. T. D. Bryan and children, who

have been here for some time visiting

Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Malloy, left Fri

day for Grove Park, where they will

visit relatives for a few days before
returning to their home at Nichols.
Inverness Chronicle.

Mrs. M. M. VanNess returned from

Ocala to spend a day or so with her
husband and children in Hernando.

Mrs. VanNess is under treatment of
Dr. McCIane of Ocala. Inverness

Chronicle.

Miss Alma Grace has returned to

her home at Evinston after spending

several weeks as a student at the
summer normal school. She will be
principal of the IxchIoosa school the
coming term. Gainesville Sun.
W. L. Denham and family will leave
today for Daytona Beach, where they
will enjoy an outing of about a
month's duration. Gainesville Sun.
Miss Jean Teague of Lady Iake,
who has just completed a course at
the summer normal school, has been

appointed teacher of the fourth grad-?

in the public school at Starke for the

coming term, which position she has

accepted. Gainesville Sun.

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satisfied or I do not want you to pay me for my

work.

Lad ies or Men's Garments cleaned and press pressed
ed pressed at popular prices.
Clothes delivered same day received.
PHONE 167 For Good Work

Frank's Cleaning Department

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PAY YOUR GAS BILL TOM OR

ROW (the 10th) OR THE SERVICE

WILL BE DISCONTINUED. It

PICNIC AT ANTHONY

Mrs. Beattie Inglis was the guest
Saturday of Mrs. Inglis' brother, Mr.

Henry Livingston and family, en
Miss Cora Griffin of Anthony, one route to her home in Birmingham,

from South Florida.
Mrs. T. K. Slaughter and two chil chil-dien
dien chil-dien leave this week for a visit to rel relatives
atives relatives in Jackson, Ga, joining Dr.
Slaughter, who left for there last
week. Mrs. Slaughter, son and daugh daughter
ter daughter will extend their trip to Kentucky
to visit relatives.
The final meeting of the reading
club for the summer will be held to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon with Mrs. W. D.
Cam.

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Altman of
SS'eirsdale, spent Sunday in the city,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Altman.

Mrs. Robert McClellan returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday from White Springs, where
she enjoyed an outing of several days
duration. Miss Lucretia Mcllvaine,
who accompanied her, has gone to

ot .Marion countv s most efTicient.

teachers, has been appointed princi principal
pal principal of the primary department of the
Palatka public school.
Mr. O. B. Howse left Sunday after afternoon
noon afternoon for Kissimmee on a business trip
oJ several days.
The general convention of the Pi
Kappa Alpha fraternity, held this
month in San Francisco, has been
brought to a close. The 1010 meet meeting
ing meeting will be held next summer in Jack

sonville, our state metropolis winning
over New York and other cities in a
spirited contest for a meeting place.
Mrs. J. M. Luckie was hostess to

day to the weekly meeting of the
Methodist sewing circle, entertaining
the members at a spend the day party
at the Ivy Poultry Farm, where she
now resides. The ladies arrived about

Don't forget that everybody is in

vited to attend the basket picnic at
Anthony, Tuesday, August 17th. All
the adjoining towns are invited to

come and help make the day a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant one. There will be speaking and a

short program, also plenty of re refreshments
freshments refreshments to le sold for church ben benefits.
efits. benefits. The editors of the Star and
Banner are especially invited to corns
anc make us a speech. Committee.

DESPONDENCY DUE
TO INDIGESTION

"About three months ago when I
was suffering from indigestion which
caused headache and dizzy spells and
made me feel tired and despondent, I
began taking Chamberlain's Tablets."
writes Mrs. Geo. Hon, Macedon, N. Y.
"This medicine proved to be the very
thing I needed, as one day's treat treatment
ment treatment relieved me greatly. I used two
bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets and
they rid me of this troi ble." Obtain Obtainable
able Obtainable everywhere.

The Boy' Room.
A neutral color of wail pa? r rnakes
a pood choice for a boy's room. Such
a tone will harmonize with pennants,
posters and varied troi-hies sure to ba
collected. Warm, gray bun, tan. dull
yellow, are all excellent foundation
colors that will not clash, no mat
ter what the color introduced.

OCALA SEED STORE

A full l.'ne of Com. Oats, Bran,

l Shorts, Hay and Masses fted3. G5tf

Tomorrow may be too late, so come
now and get your share of ALPINE
FLAX stationery below cost. The
Court Pharmacy. tf

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Come in
and taste
our ice cream
and soda
ONCE
4nti-Monopoly Drug Store.
WE TAKE CARE

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"In Bottles"
OF COURSE

Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works

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The Commercial Bank
OCALA, FLORIDA.
CAPITAL STOCK S50,000.00.
Slate, County and City Depository.

RL Rev. Abbott Charles, President. Rev. Father Benedict, Director.
St. Leo College
Saint Leo, Pasco County, Florida
Five Miles West of Dade City ami On Mile East of San Antonio
BOARDING SCHOOL for BOYS and YOUNG
MEN, INCORPORATED JUNE 4, 1889
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COURSES
$225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MONTHS
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FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 15, 1915

Put your AD. in the STAR,



OCALA EVENING STAR MONDAY. AUGUST 9. 1913

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OCALA OCCURENCES

DRUGS AND POISONS.

BRYAf.T'3 POZTiC CAREER.

K. of P. meet tonight.

Elks meet tomorrow evening.

Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.

Woodmen meet Friday evening.

Board
night.

of Trade meets Wednesday

Have you tried those delicious Max Max-ixe
ixe Max-ixe cherries? 50 cents per pound, at
Gerig's. tf.

Among the callers in town today i3

Dr. Percy Lisk of Fort McCoy.

Mr. H. F. Altman paid a visit to

Trvinp this mornine. He says the

crate mill will start Sept. 1.

A full line of loose leal ledgers,
note hooks and memorandums al

ways on hand at Gerig's. tf

If party who was seen to pick up
a tie in front of the court house and
remove stick pin, before throwing tie

down, will return pin to Star office no

questions will be asked.

VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS

from our own farm daily. Open nignt

and day, Merchant's Cafe. tf

Mrs. M. M. Little and children left

this afternoon for Chautauqua Beach

St. Augustine, where they have rented

a cottage for the summer.

Sheriff Smythe of Lake county was

greeting his numerous Ocala friends
today.
Use Nyal's iamiiy remedies. All
good good for all. Sold by -Annex
Drug Store. 16-tf

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Popular Delusion of the Safety of the two Fact. About H,. Greatest Work.
"Purely Vegetable." -Thanatopi...
-Of all popular delusions as to dm--- Bryant was m;.rl twenty thre.
and chemical compounds." said a prom- I Jean, old when "ThMi.atopsi wa 0rt
lnent chemist, -perhaps the most harm- printed in the North American It lew.
ful 13 that conceriiin' medicines that So tnuh has Ut-n aid ulut the u
are purely vegetable.' There seems to toumlin preei iiy of tins ioet and o
be almost a universal impression many errors have act -uinuiated around
among even the educated classes that the publication of bis masterpiece that
such medicines as are composed en- j it may be well to state the facts,
tlrely of vegetable comiKunds are on j We know just two facts about this
that account harmless, while on the work. First. It was published when
other band any mineral compound Is of j Uryaut was almost twenty-three not
necessity poisonous. '. youn for a poetic emu; pecoud. thai
"Now, as a matter of fact, not only :i ts original published form In the
has the question of whether a medi- j x0rth American Keview it U not a re re-cine
cine re-cine Is vegetable or mineral not the niarkable win.
slightest relation to Its poisonous or j It was ln tlle JS:n edition of liryant'a
nonpoLsonous qualities, but in practical! pocCi5f when the autlior was twenty-

medicine It would seem tnat most oi ( six or twenty-seven, that the work first

the common poisons are vegetab.e.
Look at the poisons most commonly
known and note their composition.
Take strychnine, aconite, opium, alco

hol, digitalis, hyoscine ana cocaine.

Every single one of these is purely
vegetable yet most of the deaths by
chronic poisoning come from one of
these. The most powerful ioi.son

uppeared in its universally known
form. Only a few minor chances were
made after that date. This disposes of
the gem-rally accepted statement that
ThanatopsU" Is a juvenile master masterpiece.
piece. masterpiece. Bryant was. however, a precocious
poet, although his precocity Is not dis-

work. One of

t"rr t":. V V.. fitw,. i Mayed in his greatest woi

; the most extraordinary facts about his

WEATHER REPORT
This report Is made from observa

tions taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.

ernment.
Aug. 1

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
AUG
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

2
3
4
, 5
6
7
8

Max. Min
90 74
90 75
88 70
92 74
93 75
85 72
89 70
88 70

Partly

Local
cloudy

Forecast
tonight;

R.F.

.56

.39
.05

.07

.03
.18

Tuesday

Mr. T. C. Bailey of Wade, who has
been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John E. Bailey for the past week, will
return home tomorrow. While here he
has been combining business with
pleasure in looking after several real
estate holdings near the city.

One of our English-American citi citizens
zens citizens is quite pessimistic about Eng England
land England in the war. He says it looks to

thunder showers.

Temple patrons are loclcing for

ward with pleasant anticipation to

the performance of Graustark tonight.

It is a favorite subject,, and will be
seen to better advantage tonight than

ever before in Ocala.

After a visit of several days in

Ocala and vicinity, Mr. W. J. Frink

left today for Jacksonville, motoring

through in his car.

PAY YOUR GAS BILL TOMOR

ROW (the 10th) OR THE SERVICE

WILL BE DISCONTINUED. It

Mr. Herman Warshauer left today

him like that country will never put 1 for a brief trip to Lakeland, from

forth its full strength on land,
matter how sorely it is needed.

no where he will go on some time this

week to New York.

Exposition Safeguards Visitors Against High
Prices and Petty Extortion
The Official Exposition Hotel Bureau will without charge
give all Information as to hotels, apartment houses and living charges.
Secure accommodations in advance or provide them on arrival for par parties
ties parties of any number at any price desired from $1 a day upward in good,
modern hotels with every known convenience.
The Exposition Ilotel Bureau Is an official activity of the Panama Panama-Pacific
Pacific Panama-Pacific International Exposition, but is conducted with the co-operation
and assistance of a committee of representative hotel men of San Fran Francisco,
cisco, Francisco, Oakland and Berkeley.
The bureau can be of more direct assistance to you and others who
Intend visiting the Exposition if you will indicate:
First. Whether you desire hotel or apartment house accommodations.
Second. If hotel, whether European or American plan.
Third When you will arrive.
Fourth. Probable length of stay.
Fifth. The number in your party.
Sixth. The maximum rate you will pay.
With this Information the bureau will furnish the names of a num number
ber number of hotels, rooming or apartment houses meeting your requirements,
and from this list you can make a better selection.
Address the Official Exposition Ilotel Bureau, Flanuery Building.
San Francisco, Cal.

grown man, 13 maue entirely irom me

castor oil bean.

"On the other hand, many minerals.

so far from being poisonous, are not

only harmless, but soothing. Bismuth,
a pure mineral. Is given In quite large

quantities even to small babies for the
purpose of allaying inflammation,
while Iron is one of the most common

tonics.

"Soda is not only one of the most

universal and harmless of minerals.

but it is also largely used In our foods.

Salt is a pure mineral, yet It is not

only necessary to life, but one of the
greatest cleansers and preservatives

known. Without it bacon and ham

would be impossible and the luscious

dill pickle unknown.

"Of course, there are minerals that

are highly poisonous, such as mercury,
arsenic and potassium in certain com

binations, but they are neither more

deadly nor more numerous than the

vegetable poisons. This also may be
said in favor of the mineral poison. It
is considered by "many physicians that

Its action is much more certain than
Its vegetable brother; rather, vegetable
poisons are much more uncertain in
their action upon the human system.

Hence death by overdose is more likely
to occur from a vegetable than a min mineral
eral mineral poison when taken medicinally.

'Just how the public ever got the

delusion that the 'purely vegetable

was a badge of harmlessness I do not

know, but the fact "remains that such

is the common belief." Washington

Star.

They Used Charles Lamb.

Franking privileges In England were

greatly abused in days gone by. Th

government employee's friends shared

In his opportunities. In a letter writ

ten by Wordsworth ln 1S15 the poet

said: "By means of a friend in Lon

don I can have my letters free. His

name Is Lamb, and If you will add an

e' to his name he will not open the

letters. Direct as below without any

thing further, 'Mr. Lambe, India

house, London." Coleridge, too, saw

that a postage saved was a postage

gained and made use of the Mr. Lamt

of the India house. Charles Lamb

loetkal career is that he actually pub published
lished published verse during the administration
of Thomas Jefferson and during the
administration of Butherford 15. Hayes
So long a period and so slender an out output
put output speak well for hi fastidious taste.
North American Keview.

ROUND
TRIP TO

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Rate permits going via One Route and Returning Another.

"OIXI

ARMS OF ANTWERP.

They

Art and Nature.

Art Is the revelation of man, and not

merely that, but likewise the revela

tion of nature, speaking through man

Art pre-exists in nature, and nature is
reproduced In art. As vapors from the
ocean, floating landward and dissolved
In rain, are carried back in rivers to

the ocean, so thoughts and the sem

blances of things that fall upon the
soul of man in showers flow out again

ln living streams of art and lose them
selves in the great ocean, which Is na

ture. Art and nature are not, then, dis

cordant, but ever harmoniously work

ing in each other. Longfellow.

Recall tho Queer Custom That

Gave the City Its Name.
nistorians relate that Antwerp takes
ts name from a castle which In Frank-

sb times marked the site of the city.

This castle was built to protect the
entrance to the Scheldt and to pre

vent foreign traders Introducing goods

into the country without paying toll to

the sovereign lonL

The penalty for theft and smuggling

was In those days the cutting off of a

hand. and. as In this case the severed

members were thrown Into the Scheldt.

the castle came to be known as And-

hunerbo or. In Flemish. Antwerpen
"the nlace of baud throwing. The

castle and two severed hands apiear

on the city arms to this day.

Antwerp cathedral's tapering spire
was once compared by Charles V. to

mechllu lace. The towers of the old
Steen castle, the fortress palace of the

former counts of Antwerp, break the

center of the line of docks and look as
stolid and formidable us in the days

when the castle was necessary to guard
the shipping. Here were held those
great fairs which during the middle
ages served to attract merchants from
all parts of the civilized world. Lon
don Standard.

Fast Solid Through Steel Train Leaves Jacksonville Daily at 8:30 P. M.
for Chicago with Through Sleeper to St. Louis, offers you a route through
Scenic America to California.
Low Round Trip Tickets on sale Daily to
CHICAGO ST. LOUIS COLORADO
LET US PLAN YOUR TRIP
For handsome books on Summer Resorts and California Expositions, and
for routes and reservations write
J. A. VON DOHLEN, Fla. Pas. Agt, N. C. St. L. R.R.
JACKSONVILLE - - FLORIDA

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Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMDALMEKS
mONES 47, 104, 305
OCALA, FLORIDA

Trial by Jury.

The New York Law Journal says on
the subjec t of trial by jury:
"While we do not think that trial by
Jury ought to be aliolHhed or that there
is any increasing xetitlimnt In that dl
rection. we do believe that the nyxtem
should 1m? modified by dispensing with
the requirement for unanimous verdict
This would olivlate the element of In
dividual eccentricity as an IrajKHlIment
to the administration of Justice. Men
tal idiosyncrasy on the part, of Judges
is constantly exhibited and scarcely
excites comment. An eminent and
very able Judge will dKsent from the
ruling of his associates when It is ex extremely
tremely extremely difficult to understand bow so
gifted a mind could have pone off on
that particular tangent. By permlttlns;
affirmances or reversals, notwithstand notwithstanding
ing notwithstanding dissent, the ersonal equation la
eliminated."

TRY our Fresh Meat it will
please you. Fresh Veg Vegetables
etables Vegetables in season.
Also fine line of Groceries.

.ara-jiioiias u

Ocala. Florida.

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"The Staff
of Life"
Bread has been called "The
Staff of Life." It is. It is the
staple food in every home the
chief article of diet on every
table. You seldom sit down to
a meal without it. Serve your
family

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tmS GENUINE

BUTTER-HUT

BREAD

" JfWi as Butw-Swer s a Nut"

See if they don't say
it is the finest bread
they ever ate. Ask
your grocer. Per lA
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CARTER'S BAKERY, Ocala, Florida k

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

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

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

A Roumanian Custom.
A strange custom Is still observed In
Uoumanla. When a servant has dis displeased
pleased displeased his or her master the oCfendei
takes his boots in his hands and places
thenr before the bedroom door of bis
master. It Is a sign of great submis submission,
sion, submission, and the boots are either kicked
away as an intimation that the fault
will not be forgiven, or elso the serv

ant is told to place them on his feet,
which shows that he is forgiven.

Dress Well.
It is not enough that people shall b
clad, they must be dressed. "Costlj

thy habit as thy purse can buy. was
the advice of Polonius to his son.
"rich, but not gaudy, for the apparel
oft proclaims the man," and the advice
Is iust as eood today as It was 30C

years ago.
Some Difference.

"What's become of that rascally
young son of the Blowers?"
"I understand he Is to take a course
of ethics in one of our raodtrn peno penological
logical penological Institutions.
-There! And 1 heard he had been
sent to Jm!!. -Baltimore American.

Modeled After an Ancient Tomb.
The temple of the Scottish rite In
Washington U a handsome white mar
ble structure about 150 feet square and
rises to a height of 130 feet above the
street level. At either side of the main
entrance is an immense marble sphinx.
A row of tall loulc columns surrounds
tho second 6tory. The architects fol followed
lowed followed closely the design of the ancient
tomb of King Mausolus. which stood
in Halloa rnassus and was one of the
seven wonders of the world. It was
built by the wife of the king and was
decorated with hundreds of wonderful
statues. ThU old tomb became so fa famous
mous famous that many buildings were model
ed after It. but thl is the only struc structure
ture structure in America In which the design
has been used.

COLLIEE BROS., Proprietors

Connection Plain.
Brown What :i rig that woman has
on! Jonc !h.UIi;u By Jove, that re reminds
minds reminds ni Iv got to get some castor
oil for- Brown- Kh: I fail to see how
that rlir tui remind you of castor oil
Junes- The I;m1 taste of it, my boy.
Boston TranscripL
Native Advantage.
That little Irish slrl fairly floats
when she dan es"
"Well, you know she comes from
Tnrk Baltimore American.
When you nn'i remove an obstacle
plow around It Abraham Lincoln.

RECOMMENDS CHAMBERLAIN'S
COLIC, CHOLERA AM)
DIARROHEA REMEDY

"I never hesitate to recomend Cham-

iberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrohea
j Remedy," writes Sol Williams, mer-
chant, Jesse, Tenn. "I sell more of it

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! character. I have used it myself and j ant one- Thcre l speaking and a

In Biology.
Teacher John, how can you tell the
dogwood tree?
John By Its bark.
And his answer was correct, even If
It did cause a laugh.

Another bright answer captured in

biology:

Teacher What animal supplies us

with ham?

John The hntcher.-Chlcago Herald.

Two Models

Mrs. Togserblossom- Vain man! Did
you never observe that designers take
m irnmin'ii hortri to Jldom tlianV of

your coins? Mr Toyirerblonsum -No
but I have observed that designer
take many of my eoitis to adorn a wo
man's head. National Monthly.

Easy Money.
-1 give my wife half my salary e
ery week to spend on the honsekeepins
and herself
"And what do you do with the other
half of your salary?
"Oh. mv wife throws that." nou

ton Post
A man must te est-e-sively stupid a
well as uncharitable who believes there
is no virtue but on his own side. Addl
eon.

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EXCURSION TO JACKSONVILLE
VIA

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AUGUST

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OCALA
Anthony .
Span
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Eztra Coaches

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

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Hawthorne 2K)
Lochloosa 2.00
Inverness $2.00
Dunnelfon 2.00
Morriston 2.00
Williston 2.00
Plenty of Room
JOHN BOISSEAU, C. T. A.,
Ocala, Florida.

The Boy's Room.
A neutral color of wall paper makes

a pood choice for a boy's room. Such j

a tone will harmonize with pennants,
posters and varied trophies sure to bo
collected- Warm, gray bufT. tan. dull
yellow, are all excellent foundation
colors that will not clash, no mat matter
ter matter what the color introduced.

Where St2Cfine Is Requisite.
A Ettady hard !r. military affairs Is
more roni.5- tl':-n in prace. because
an.erir.r :-m- Tn wax-iuay prove
rrr-r':'f,!',l, "icon.

PICNIC AT ANTnONY

Don't forget that everybody is in invited
vited invited to attend the ba?kct picnic at
Anthony, Tuesday, August 17th. All

the adjoining towns are

cme r.nd help make the day a pleas

W. K. Lam-. M. Physician and
Surgeon, ppetialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida.

For plumbi.ig and electrical worV

see H. W. Tucker. Phone ZHii

Try one or thov fro?tI pints of
Pabst's Blue Biblir. at J.hnny' tS

liP!SPONIlENCY DUE

j TO INDIGESTION
i "About three months ago when I

I was sunerinjj lrum iiiuikcs.iuu
invitel to caUsed headache and dizzy spelU and

found it gave me more relief than any

i thing else I have ever tried for the
' same purpose." Obtainable every-
where.

ADVERTISE IN THE STAR.

short program, also plenty of re refreshments
freshments refreshments to be sold for church ben benefits.
efits. benefits. The editors of the Star and
Banner are especially invited to come
and make us a speech. Committee.

made me feel tired and despondent, I
began taking Chamberlain's Tablets.
writes Mrs. Geo. Hon, Macedon, N. Y.
"This medicine proved to be the very
thing I needed, as one day's treat treatment
ment treatment relieved me greatly. I used twj
bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets and
they rid me of this trouble." Obtain-

able everywhere.

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