VOL.21. OOALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1915 NO. 188
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAM SERVICE
Fiercest Fighting Reported
Hi SPITE OF THEIR REVERSES, RUSSIANS ARE GIVING GERMANS AIL THEY CAN DO III
Geneva, Aug. 10. A Tribune dis dispatch
patch dispatch from Innsbruck, Austria, says
that in the recent fighting along the
Cstrov line, northeast of Warsaw, the
Germans lost, sixty-five thousand in
killed and wounded, but captured the
principal Russian fortified positions.
Furious battles continue at Novogeor Novogeor-giovsk
giovsk Novogeor-giovsk and other points.
AUSTRIA FINDS ITALY A TROU TROUBLESOME
BLESOME TROUBLESOME ENEMY
A Tribune dispatch from Laibach,
Austria, says that thirty thousand
Austrians from the Russian front at attacked
tacked attacked the Italians near Gorizia yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, but were forced to retire after
fifteen I.cur.i fighting, leaving two
RUSSIANS HAVE GIVEN TEU TEUTONS
TONS TEUTONS SOME REVERSES
London, Aug. 10. The Teutonic
pressure on the eastern front con continues
tinues continues heavy, all along the Russian
line. The Russians are retiring stead steadily
ily steadily most places, but are making a de determined
termined determined stand northeast of Warsaw
up to the Baltic.
In the Baltic provinces the Rus Russians
sians Russians claim the Germans are being
pressed back from Riga by land. A
German battleship fleet was beaten off
in an attempt to force jts way thru
the entrance to the Gulf of Riga. It
is also claimed that a check was giv given
en given the German advance guard in the
Vilkomar district. At Kovno it is de declared
clared declared desperate attacks on the fort fortresses
resses fortresses wtie repulsed with heavy
TEUTON GAINS IN POLAND
Pronounced Austro-German cuc cuc-cesses
cesses cuc-cesses are reported throughout south southern
ern southern Poland.
TOOK AUSTRIAN TRENCHES
Rome reports the capture of some
Austrian trenches in the Cavallo pass
in the Carna region and Plavazone.
RUSSIANS GAIN IN ASIA
The Russians report renewed suc successes
cesses successes against the Turks in the Cau Caucasians
casians Caucasians and near the Euphrates river.
ENGLISH MADE AN ADVANCE
The British advance in the vicinity
of Hooge is the most important en engagement
gagement engagement the British have been in
since at Festubert, last May. Sir
John French reports a fierce artillery
engagement in which British artillery
forces captured trenches at Hooge
along a 1,200-yard front.
GERMANS ABOUT TO INVADE
Th Balkan situation is chaotic. A
Salckihi dispatch says a hundred thou thousand
sand thousand Germans are massed near the
Serbian frontier, probably the fore
runner of the predicted campaign to
Italy hasn't declared war on Tur Turkey
key Turkey but her consuls are said to be
leaving the empire.
SUNK AN xVLLIED SUB
Constantinople, Aug. 10. An aero aeroplane
plane aeroplane dropped a bomb on an allied
submarine near Bulak yesterday and
sank it. All the crew was lost,
FORT NO. 4 HAS FALLEN
Berlin, Aug. 10. Fort No. 4 at
Lomza has been stormed. The town
o2 Lomza on the Nares front, seventy-two
miles southwest of Suwalki,
has been occupied by the Germans, ac according
cording according to a German official report.
Supervisor of Registration D. M.
Barco says he is receiving more let letters
ters letters from the western part of the
county than it is possible for him to
answer. But he requests the Star to
ask the people to be patient with him,
as he intends to answer them all as
soon as possible.
BUNCH OF ROBBERS GOT AWAY
WITH THE COIN OF A
Maplehill, Kans., Aug. 10. Rob Robbers,
bers, Robbers, believed to number seven, held a
hundred citizens at bay while dyna
miting the vrult of the Maplehill
State Bank and escaped with $3,000.
ANNUAL TEST TRIP
BY MAXWELL MEN
Over Mountains and Deserts to Com
pare New Product's Ability
With Former Model
Placing on an established basis the
final test which the Maxwell engineer
ing department has always given the
cars in its first run of production,
Chief Engineer Ray Harroun an announces
nounces announces the annual Maxwell engin
eers' trip and i3 already engaged in
ihe early stages of the first of the
Two of the handsome new 1916
Maxwell touring cars, selected at ran random
dom random from the first day of the fac factory's
tory's factory's present run, have been shipped
to Denver, where Mr. Harroun and a
party will shortly join them. The trip
on which they are embarking will
cover the territory between Denver
and San Francisco. With the Max Maxwell
well Maxwell chief to T. S. Orr, his experi experimental
mental experimental engineer, R. F. Durham, Dill
Bell and R. H. Allen. Mr. Harroun
states that the personnel of the trip
will vary from year to year, men be being
ing being selected with an especial view to
rewarding merit and securing infor information
mation information on the new cars.
"Our. trip is more one of inspection
and verification than any other de detail,"
tail," detail," said Mr. Harroun on the eve of
his departure. "We know that the
cars will come through it without
trouble for they are merely copies of
the experimental models which have
been over the same territory time and
again during the past year.
"The new cars being machine-built,
will undoubtedly improve on the first
cars of the model which were built
up by hand along lines which made
standardization and perfect accuracy
hard to attain. To what an extent this
improvement will make itself appar apparent
ent apparent is one of e facts that will be
determined byJfis trip.
"We have chosen the one trunk
highway of the country which will
f.nnble us to punish these cars to the
limit. We shall cross two mountain
ranges the most lugged in America.
A large share of our route will lie
thru the so-called Great American
Desert. We shall encounter grades,
rock, bottomless sond and very prob probably
ably probably mud. Our course will carry us
as high as 11,000 feet ahove sea level
where there is always snow; it will
be below sea level over the hot sands.
"We have always maintained that a
light car would stand more grief of
this sort than any other. We believe
the new Maxwell will justify every
bit of our confidence and come thru
unscathed. If we can break up either
of the cars' we are taking, we will do
it. I don't believe we shall succeed.'
It will be welcome news to the
friends here and elsewhere of Mr. J.
H Brooks to learn that he has suf
ficiently recovered from his recent
illness to spend a portion of each day
on the piazza.
Pabst Blue Ribton Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALT
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf
Along All the
APPEAL FOR AID
SENT OUT BY AMERICANS IN
C Associated Press)
Mexico City, July 29 (By courier to
Vera Cruz) The American Society
of Mexico has sent an appeal for help
to Americans in Mexico and Ameri American
can American people to the state department by
the Brazilian minister. It declares
conditions are unbearable and im implores
plores implores Washington to act quickly. It
declares the appeals to Washington
to "tell the people the real conditions
in Mexico were denied until June 2nd,
when President Wilson partially told
the state of affairs. They are much
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
A Good Attendance on an Instructive
The district convention of the
Knights of Pythias which was called
several weeks ago to meet in Ocala
on Monday night, August 16th, con convened
vened convened at Castle Hall, with Mr. D. W.
Tompkins, "district deputy grand
chancellor in the chair.
Roll call showed four lodges repre represented
sented represented as follows: Ocala, C. K. Sage
and W. L. Colbert; Dunnellon, T. K.
North and R. M. King; Millwood (Red (Red-dick)
dick) (Red-dick) L. S. Light, Jr. and R. W. Mc-
Cauley, Jr.; Fort "McCoy, W. B. Car
ter and Dr. P. L. Lisk.
Mr. W. H. Sassnet of Jacksonville,
state organizer and acting grand
keeper of records and seals since the
death of Mr. W. H. Lattimer at Ta Ta-vares
vares Ta-vares several weeks ago, was present
and addressed the meeting at some
length stating that the lodge in all
sections of the state was in splendid
shape and showed considerable gain
within the past year in spite of un unfavorable
favorable unfavorable conditions.
During the evening a resolution was
passed by the convention recommend recommending
ing recommending the appointment of Mr. Sassnett
as keeper of records and seals to fill
the unexpired term of Mr. Lattimer,
who had held the position for twenty twenty-eight
eight twenty-eight years prior to his death.
The secret work was ably exem exemplified
plified exemplified by Mr. Sassnett during the
Speeches for the "good of the
older" were made by Messrs. J. G.
Ferguson, Rev. J. M. Gross, C. B.
Howell, Jake Brown and George
A committee was appointed to draft
resolutions of sympathy on the death
of Mr. Lattimer.
Delegates present all reported splen splendid
did splendid progress in their lodges.
Upon the invitation of Dunnellon
lodge the next district meeting will
be held in that city on the call of the
district deputy, which is usually once
After the session which lasted for
over two hours, the sixty odd mem members
bers members were invited into the ante room
wheie the Pythians Sisters of the
Ocala lodge had prepared a feast con consisting
sisting consisting of sandwiches, cakes, ice tea,
etc. The appreciation of the Knights
was shown by a vote of thanks to the
ladies who were so thoughtful in pro providing
viding providing the splendid luncheon.
Father 'of the Mystic Shrine, has
Rochester, N. Y., Aug. 10. George
Loder, known throughout the country
as the father of the Mystic Shrine,
died last night, after a long illness,
aged 73. He was potentate emeritus
of. the shrine.
Advertise in the Star.
Commander McNamee Fears
GREASERS GIVE INDICATIONS
TIATIONS GO AGAINST THEIR GRANT
Washington, Aug. 10. Commander
McNamee, senior American naval of officer
ficer officer at Vera Cruz, has asked for a
battleship squadron to guard against
anti-foreign demonstrations he fears
may take place at that place. The
battleships New Hampshire and Lou-J
isiana at Newport News have been j
ordered to prepare at once to go to
Vera Cruz. If the emergency becomes
pressing, the Connecticut, now at
Haiti, will be sent. McNamee didn't
give any details.
GREASERS ARE SHOWING THEIR
Officials here believe the feeling the
.American naval officer notices is the
outgrowth of the Pan-American nego
tiations at Washington.
Anti-foreign demonstrations were
the subject of a long cablegram to the
navy department. Acting Secretary
Benson said the dispateh told of
speeches in front of public buildings
and street corners in efforts to incite
the people against foreigners, espe
cially Americans. No violence is re
WAITING THE OUD
Acting Secretary Benson conferred
with Secretary Lansing and Leon
Canova, chief of the bureau of Latin Latin-American
American Latin-American affairs. It is announced no
warships have been ordered to Vera
GREASERS BEATEN OFF
Brownsville, Texas, Aug. 10. Mex
ican raiders attacked a border patrol
of United States troops near Merce Mercedes,
des, Mercedes, Texas. One Mexican was killed.
No troopers were hurt.
BIG GREASER CAME
OVER THE BORDER
El Paso Conferring with
El Paso, Aug. 10. Villa crossed tha
border today and conferred with Gen General
eral General Scott, chief of staff of the United
Mr. J. V. Tarver, the genial and
efficient auditor for the Oklawaha
iilley railroad, has been confined to'
his home for the past three days with'
sickness, something unusual for Mr.
Wednesday Evening Aug, 11th
THAT PAN-AMERICAN NEGO
ANOTHER AIR RAID
BRITISH AEROPLANE KNOCKED
OUT ONE OF THE ZEP ZEPPELINS
PELINS ZEPPELINS (Associated Press)
London, Aug. 10. German airships,
attacked the English coast last night.
One airship damaged by a British
aeroplane was towed to Ostend. Sev
eral people were killed and wounded
I by dropping bombs, but no works
STEERING FOR SCOTLAND
A Central News Amsterdam dis dispatch
patch dispatch Fays five Zeppelins have been
sighted off the entrance of the Zuider
Zee, proceeding in the direction of the
coast of Scotland.
DIAMOND FROM THE SKY
MUST SKIP A CHAPTER
The management of the Temple
Iheater received the following tele telegram
gram telegram yesterday, regarding the films
for Ihe Diamond from the Sky:
Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 9, 1915.
Temple Theater, Ocala, Fla.:
Chapter four has evidently been
lost in transit. Other prints of this
chapter are so looked that we cannot
possibly supply you before chapter
five next Friday. However, chapter
five contains a complete synopsis,
which will place its patronage up to
date. Display this message in the box
office advising your customers that it
is not your fault that it failed to
North American Film Co.
NOTICE TO OCALA
HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNAE
All graduates of the Ocala high
school who wish to become members
of the Alumnae Association of the
Ocala high school should sign the
constitution and pay the membership
fee of one dollar. By the kindness of
Mr. W. W. Condon, the constitution
has been placed at The Book Shop
M. MacG. Jackson, Secretary.
CARD OF THANKS
We desire to thank our friends for
the kind and loving administrations
'during the illness and death of our
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bock.
TO 1 jj
Must Be Composed of Lasting
ASPHALT MACADAM HAS PROVEN TO BE ONE OF THE BEST
SIX-YEAR-OLD ASPHALT MACADAM ROAD, NEW YORK STATE
Florida's part in the building of tho
Dixie Highway is an important one.
As officially announced, the route of
this highway will be as follows: From
Gainesville to Ocala, to Leesburg, to
Eustis," to Mt. Dora, to Orlando, to
Kissimmee, to Bartow, to Arcadia, to
the north sidcof Lake Okeecholee, to
West Palm Reach, to Miami. From
Gainesville north the route was left
t the discretion of the field secre secretary
tary secretary of the Dixie Highway Commis Commission
sion Commission to choose between a proposed
rcute by Perry to Tallahassee, on one
hand, and by Lake City to Valdosta,
on the other.
When the Florida section of the
Dixie Highway is completed it mut
be a road that no one can find fault
with. It will carry a heavy traffic
and must be built right. Economy in
maintenance as well as the lasting
ratisfaction of the thousands who
will use the highway demand this.
Fortunately for us, road building
has now passed the experimental
stage. Right here in Florida there
are many miles of asphalt macadam
that has proved that it will stand up
under severe traffic. Notable among
these examples are the Ortega and
St. Johns roads out of Jacksonville.
Rut that is not all the evidence we
have to guide us as to what our part
of the Dixie Highway should le.
There is no doubt that the road will
le and should be of the best type of
material, but this term covers a mul multitude
titude multitude of road-building sins.
As each community will pay the
cost, it ought to knew exactly what
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A NATIONAL SCANDAL
President WiUon Will Insist that the
Commerce Department Apply
Washington. August 10. Domestic,
rather than international, problems
will cause the return of President
Wilson to the capital soon.
Overshadowing tveryth'ng else
iu.t at present even the Mexican de
velopments that have come thick and t
Lst is the newly discovered and dis-j
couragingly evident incompetency of
the steamboat inspection service, as
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it is going to get, and refuse to be
satisfied with anything less than the
best. We can't find out what is the
best by paying attention to anything
less conclusive than actual exper experience.
ience. experience. Massachusetts, as the pioneer in
improved road building, can tell us a
lot. Wherever in this state there is a
particularly heavy-traffic road to be
built, but one form of construction is
followed. This is asphalt macadam
built with hard stone and asphalt
from the Bermudez lake of Venezuela.
One example -of such construction is
the Revere-Saugus turnpike, which
ranks as the heaviest-traveled road in
the state. .,
The report of the Massachusetts
Highway Commission says that this
t.irnpike "probably received more
varied and extensive traffic than any
other in the state." It was resurfaced
with Bermudez asphalt macadam in
1910, and two years later the report
of the commission stated that "this
road 13 now in first-class condition
and should remain so for several
years, with very little expense for
maintenance. Practically all of the
main traveled roads around Boston
are the same form of construction;
that is, asphalt macadam or pene penetration
tration penetration roads.
The cost of asphalt macadam and
high freight rates are almost pro prohibitive
hibitive prohibitive to its being used in Marion
county and many other parts of the
state, but every locality ha access to
good road material of some kind, and
one of the crying needs of the day is
to put it in use as soon as possible.
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developed in the investigation of the
Eastland disaster at Chicago, and the
w demands of organized labor that
there shall be no whitewashing of
guilty parties in the civil service or
other subordinate departments. The
department of commerce resents Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Redfield's statement that he
had inherited bad conditions from
the previous administration. It is
certain that a most dnr.stic prob-? of
the entire situation and every depart department
ment department connected with the disaster will
be personally directed by President
Wilson, and many revelations are expected.
OCALA EVENING STAR
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Attend the Board of Trade meeting
Wednesday night. There are several
very important matters to be discussed.
One of Ocala's greatest needs is a
trolley line to Silver Springs. It
would carry crowds every summer
afternoon "and evening.
In three months, work on the union
passenger station will begin. Plans
for it are among the matters to be
discussed at the Board of Trade meet-
ing tomorrow nigni.
Another thing for Ocala and Mar Marion
ion Marion county to be preparing for is the
Marion County Fair. Its to be dis discussed
cussed discussed at the Board of Trade meet meeting
ing meeting tomorrow evening, and all who
want to see it a success should be
Speaking of moving pictures,
George Ade says that the principal
ingredient of real entertainment is
the absence of talk. George may have
expressed a great historic truth.
If Ocala was awake to her own in
terests she would hustle on the Dixie
hiehwav proposition. There will be a
great many more tourists in Florida
this year than there were last, and so
far Ocala hasn't made any move to
induce any of them to come her way.
If there is a bunch of capitalists
who want to put forty or fifty thou thousand
sand thousand dollars where it will bring them
good returns, let them build a trolley
line from Ocala to Silver Springs.
forty or fifty thousand people and a
harbor capable of holding ships of
six or seven thousand tons. But it
means a great deal to the Russians,
who are rapidly double-tracking the
railway from Petrograd, and will use
ir. for all it is worth to their shut-in
Mr. Sam McAteer, a farmer living
a few miles south of Ocala, has some
thing to say regarding fertilizers that
it is worth while for all other farmers
to heed. Mr. McAteer does not buy
commercial fertilizer and uses very
little fertilizer of any kind. He says,
and truly, that unless most skillfully
handled fertilizers do more harm than
good, as a little too much will burn
a crop instead of cause it to flourish.
Mr. McAteer also says that fertilizer cijMTrn STATESMEN
often costs as much as the crop comes! VISIT OUR CITY
to, and sometimes more, ne Dunas
i j i ,,i:-.r;.
up n grounu uy f lSpect Marion County Roads to Ob
rntatmn nf prnns and other natural I r
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WILL V. KNOTT
State Comptroller and Leading Candidate for Governor
OCALA SEED STORE
A full line of Corn, Oats, Bran,
Shorts, Hay and Mr'asses feeds. G5tf
means. Mr. ivicAteer proves
fnJth hv his works. He is a success-1 Their Own
ful farmer has a good farm, makes morning Secretary Rooney re-
a living and something over. His ceived a telegram from Bushnell stat- j
theory, if generally acted on, would th t the county commissioners of j
mm the fertilizer business, ana migm Sumter COUnty, with a delegation of
ruin some of the farmers, for there citizens wouid come up to Ocala this
are undoubtedly some places and morn-m to inspect our hard roads,
some crops that can t ao wiinout ar- and asked to nave some one meet
tificial aid. However, his policy could n th iiptween Qcala and
be followed to a considerable extent 0xford. Mayor J. D. Robertson was
HELPLESS AS BABY
It' is no wonder that so few people
in the United States know of Silver
Springs. There are a good many
people in Ocala who never see them
Under present conditions, they are
accessible onlv to those who have
with profit to our agriculturists.
Great natural resources exist in near
ly all Florida soils and scientific cul-
the only one who responded with a
car, and with a Star reporter, Mr.
Roonev and others, went down and
use of commercial fertilizer is ruin
ous, and no matter how light the bill,
tivation would develop them. Careless t th t in three autos just
south of Capt. Pyles' home.
Thp nartv came to Ocala over the
the farmer always finds it heavy when splendid Pyles road traversed some
the time comes to pay. fh strPPts of the citv and then
went out on the Blitchton road, where
Down in Mind Unable to Work,
, and What Helped Her.
Summit Point, W. Va. Mis. Anna
Bella Erney, of this nlace, says: "1 suf suffered
fered suffered for 15 years with an awful pain in
my right side, caused from womanly
trouble, and doctored lots for it, but with without
out without success. 1 suffered so very much.
that 1 became down in mind, and as help
less as a baby. I was in the worst kind
of shape. Was unable to do any work.
I began taking Cardui, the womar's
tonic, and got relief from the very first
dose. By the time I had taken 12 bot
tles, my health was completely restored
. There are a hundred or more peo people
ple people at Silver Springs every Sunday
afternoon during the summer. There
would be a thousand if there was a
This Pan-American plan of pacify pacifying
ing pacifying Mexico will probably end in talk.
If there is any real work done, it will
have to be done by the United States,
and in that case nine-tenths of the
Latin-Americans will sympathize
The dancing pavilion at Silver
Springs is a pleasant place. It would
be crowded with people every evening
eight months in the year if transpor transportation
tation transportation was quick and cheap.
Cardui certainly saved me from losing
my mind, and I feel it my duty to spealc
in its favor. I wish I had some power
over noor. suffering women, and could
make thera know the good it would do
If you suffer from any of the ailments
peculiar to women it will certainly be
wonn your wnue to give v-aruui a inai.
President Wilson should know by
this time there is no use in making
protests to Germany, Britain or Mex Mexico.
ico. Mexico. The effect of all the protests
made by this country in the last two
years is not great enough to be dis discerned
cerned discerned with the naked eye.
"If some big company could be in- the gentlemen were particularly anx- I am now 43 years years old, but feel a
duced to start a canning and pickle :A11- t insert the demonstration' Cu UJU "lu:u
factory in Ocala it could find half a road work done by the county under j
hundred different varieties of fruit government supervision, and where
and vegetables to put up in Marion different materials were used. In
county alone," declares the Ocala Qcala Mr. W. D. Carn, chairman of
Star. It is a matter of surprise that the Marion county board of commis-
nothing of the kind is in operation in siCners, State Comptroller Will V.
that city at present. And if no big Knott and others joined the party,
company can be tempted to try the After inspecting this road, the
field, maybe a number of small can- party was taken over other roads,
neries might be started. It is a shown some of our sources of road
notorious fact that the waste in a material and given what data was
year's crop in this state would pro- available on hard road construction,
vide for half the canned stuff needed Mayor Robertson, Secretary Rooney
and now imported from other states an(j Chairman Carn all being well
during the winter. But the enter- posted on the subject,
prise has only found favor in a few Tne Sumter county commissioners
places and quantities of splendid fruit are going ahead in a systematic man man-and
and man-and fine vegetables, maturing after ner to harden the roads of their coun coun-the
the coun-the competition in northern markets ty and this work will be a very im im-has
has im-has made shipping unprofitable, is portant one in connection with the
lost. A small canning plant as a part state's chain of highways.
of the equipment of each of the big The gentlemen in the party were:
truck farms would mean more net Commissioners W. A. Collins, R. M.
profit to the trucker in the course of Driggers, E. E. Watson and J. T. Wil-
season. Times-Union Short Talks, hjams and Messrs. B. F. Smith, R. T.
Its a safe bet that enough fruit and Garner, John Abner, his son,, C. B.
vegetables go to waste every year in Marsh, C. M. Stapp and Dr. D. C.
Florida to feed the entire state for a Wood
month or two.
Photo by American Press Association.
Charles (Chick) Evans, Jr., Edgewa-
ter Golf club. Chicago, who recently
won the championship of the Western
Golf association for the fourth time
and for the second time In succession,
has once again proved his skill with
lie defeated James D. Standlsn. Jr.,
Detroit Country club, in the final match
of the tournament at the Mayfleld
country club. Cleveland. 7 up and 5 to
Chick Evans has been as much a
dominant figure in the western cham
pionship as Jerome D. Travers has
been in the metropolitan and the na national
tional national championships. Since 1909,
when he first Jumped into the lime limelight,
light, limelight, until this year Evans had won
the western title three times and had
been runner up once.
In addition. In the year 1910. when he
failed to win the amateur, he won
the western open, which was decided
by match play, and was also the'med the'med-11st
11st the'med-11st In the oien. In 1914, supplement supplementing
ing supplementing his western ninuteur title, he was
also runner up in the national open
to Ilagen at the Midlothian links. In
1911 he won the French amateur title.
Fire in the Home
Beauty, like taf cty, demand
eternal vigilance as its price.
lhis every woman knows.
And the safety of beauty in
the home doubles this demand.
Lace curtains and all the
pretty draperies that make for
the home beautiful are food
A lighted natch dropped
carelessly in the home may
cxt the lives of your wnolo
Don't let their deaths be due
to your dereliction.
DONT DROP MATCHES
But BE PREPARED IN
CASE YOU DO. Have a
PYRENE extinguisher handy
Li your home. It will extin
r"ih anv indolent fire WITH
OUT INJURY TO FURNISH
Fighter Saved Doctor's Feo.
"The funniest wallop I ever got was
from a fellow named Ed Cooler," says
"Say, he hit me a punch that broke
my nose and bent it off way to one
side. I was an awful looking specta spectacle.
cle. spectacle. I went to a doctor.
lt will cost you $300 to have that
nose straichtcticd.' says the doctor
THE GREATEST HOT WEATHER COMFORT IS THE CHEAPEST
A block of our ice will do more to keep you cool and healthy daring
this hot weather than anything else and the cost ir, the merest trifle.
Keep your refrigerator well charged with our ice and you can charge
off drug bills, bad teiaper and most other torrid time ills.
"Ocala Ice & Packing o.
PnONE 31 OCALA, FLA.
It is reported from London that the
Russians estimate their losses in kill killed,
ed, killed, wounded and missing at three and
a half million of men.
. The story that Germany offered
Russia peace and Galicia for a portion
of Poland needs to be taken with con
Marion county people deeply regret
to" hear of the death of Mr. W. II.
Harrison, an old and prominent citi
zen of Sumter county. Mr. Harrison
died at his home in Bushnell Sunday,
in consequence of injuries caused by
a fall the day before. Mr. Harrison
was the father of Mrs. B. W. Blount,
who made her home in Ocala some
years aero, but now resides in Jack
It has been helping weak women for man. Whew, but that was a lot of
money In those days! It was more
than I had. so I arranged with a club
to let me have another flKht with this
"I wanted to bet enough money to
pay the doctor to straighten my nose:
bnt. believe me or not. that puy Coo Coo-ley
ley Coo-ley hit mo another wallop on the other
side of my face and knocked that old
nose of mine straight again."
more than 50 years, and will help you,
Try Cardui. Your druggist sells it
Writs Chtttar.ooza Medicine Co Ladies'
dir.or Dept.. Cnattai.occa. Ter.n.. lor Sxti
C M fc. I. -LI-
jfr.'ffjif cn your case ar.j o-ia. uuu. num.
Treatoieni fcr Women." in Minwra pr. f C HI
OCALA FRATERHAL ORDERS
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. SJ
meets at Yonge's hal! the second and
fourth Thursday evemnsrs of eacL
month a? 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Emily Webb, W. M.
Mrs. Lillian Simmos, Secy.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
It would not be surprising if, one
of these days, the Berlin government
were to send to the Washington gov-
UNIQUE ADVERTISING STUNT
The Maxwell Motor Sales Corpora Corporation
tion Corporation in Jacksonville has one of its
eminent a gracious note withdrawing 1 1&16 Maxwell touring cars on exhi-
fiom the stand taken in the matter of bition in the center of the lobby of
submarine warfare on merchant and ie Hotel Mason, Jacksonville's new new-passenger
passenger new-passenger ships. That is likely to est an(j largest hotel. Unfortunately
happen when the preparations the for the agents of the state, the Max-
British admiralty has been making to wen people have had some delay in
rid the seas of the German sub-1 p-ettintr the wide tread cars, the new
marines have been completed and the models shown in Jacksonville being
U boats have been ferreted ou& the narrow or standard tread. How
Toronto Mail and Empire. ever, the wide tread cars are now cx
If the British admiralty has been pected daily.
making such preparations, it can t put
them in practice any too soon.
Ocala L.odge No. 2S6, Deneolent
and Protective Orde.' o! Elks, meets
the second and fourth Thiesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcomo. Club house
opposite postoflle, ast side.
L. II. von Engelken, E. R.
Nelson Geise. Secietary. At.
It will be safe to live on the Amer-1
ican side of the Rio Grande now that
the Mexicans know that if they shoot
across the border their shots will be
Haven't any of them been returned
The Williston Courier says Levy
county was named after Moses E
Levy, a Spanish soldier of fortune
who wTas probably a pirate. As Staf
ford never reads anything of deeper
information than the sporting pages
of the Times-Union, his ignorance of
history isn't to be wondered at. If
Gus Morton had told Stafford that W.
D. Bloxham commanded the Confed Confederate
erate Confederate cruiser Alabama during the
civil war, Stafford wouldn't have
known any better.
Russia has at least one ice-free
port on an open ocean. It is Ekater Ekater-ina
ina Ekater-ina on the Arctic, nearly 1200 miles
north of Petrograd, and about 500
miles -northwest of Archangel. Al Although
though Although it is five degrees nearer the
pole than Archangel, which is ice icebound
bound icebound seven months in the year,
Ekaterina is ice free, or at least has
not enough ice to interfere with navi navigation.
gation. navigation. This is owing to the gulf
stream, which attains the most north northeastern
eastern northeastern part of its flow a short dis
tance from Ekaterina and turning on
its backward sweep washes the coast
of Russia and Norway. Ekaterina i3
rot a very big port a town with some
The Florida Farmer and Home-
seeker says 45,000 carloads of fruit
and vegetables were shipped out of
Florida during the last year. Judg Judging
ing Judging by the looks of some fields and
gardens we saw, ten thousand car
loads spoiled on the ground.
E. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
WltBUR W. C. SMITH
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
Tul ,1a Lodse No. 22. I. O. O. F.,
moots in Vonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel
come always extended to visitin?
brethren. M. M. Little, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
I.niO-IUXX MASONIC IOIX3E
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &
A. M.. meels on the first and third
Thursday evening3 of each month at
S:00 o'clock, until further notice.
A. E. Burnett, W. M.
JaVe Brown, Secretary. Ad
A Real Comeback.
One of the most remarkable come comebacks
backs comebacks in baseball is Harry Coveleskie.
the left handed pitcher of the Detroit j
club. Coveleskie was considered out
of major league baRebali when five oi
six years ago he was sent to the South
ern league. For a time his work there
was only meliocre. and those whe
were responsible for his going there
felt satisfied that no mistake had been
made. But Coveleskie continued to
improve and finally became a star in
that company, and Detroit drafted him.
He now is one of the best pitchers In
the league and Is very likely to make
a better record this year than he did
Touching tho Runner.
The fact has been noted many time
that a winning team Is practically al
ways strong around the middle sack.
Here is where proier handling of tn
ball means the breaking up of the steal
or the double steal. Wagner of the Pi
rates and Wagner of the Red Sox are
both great men at touching a runner.
Collins will ride him la and so would
Otto Knabe. Lots of men are good at
getting the.man sliding Into second, but
most ball players will tell you that tne
greatest man of all at this sort of thing
Is Johnny Evers.
EXCURSION TO JACKSONVILLE
Island Grove 2.00
.. 2.00 Hawthorne 2.00
Dunnellon . 2.00
Tickets on sale for all regular trains Aug. lGth. Good returning on
all regular trains to and including Aug. 19th, 1915."
G. Z. PHILLIPS, A. G. P. A,
Plenty ot Room
JOHN BOISSEAU, C. T. A,
WOOhMK.t OF TIIK WOKTJ
Fo-t Kiner Camp No. 14 mtets at
the K. of P. Hall ac 8 p. m., every
secon.l an 1 fourth Friday. VIsitin?
povereins are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C- C.
Chas. K. Sage, Hcrk.
KXICIITW OI PYTHIAS
Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
PHONES 47, 104, 303
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Your Order will have
J. L. SMOAR
At Smoak's Vgoo Shop.
Go North by Sea
MERCHANTS & MINERS rRANS.CO
New Steamers. Low Fares. Best
service. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
n. C AVERY, AGENT
Ocala Lod?e No. 19. Convention
held everv Monday at 8 p. m at
Cnsk? Hall, over the James Carlisle
.Irussfore. A cor. Hal welcome to vis
iting brothers. C. D. Howell, C. C.
C'fcao. K. Sage, K. of R. S. id
riiAPTF.n is, n. a. m.
Javelin Throwing Improving.
Javelin throwing has shown a won
derful improvement during tne past
few 3-ears In thLs country- Fire years
ago 1I2 feet 1 Inch was the record. At
the present time 1S4 feet &V4 inches,
made by LIversedge of California, la
on the record book. We now have half
a dozen men capable of doing 170 feet
r better. At the rate our athletes are
improving It will not be very long be before
fore before the world's record, 204 feet 5
Inches, held by E. V. Lemming of
Sweden. Is eclipsed.
White Star line Transfer Co.
TEAMS FOR RENT LIGHT AND HEAVY HAULING DONE
Superior to Plaster or
Ceiling in Quality
. and Price
V -r J
Shippin of Freight,
Pianos, and Safes.
COLLIER BROS., Proprietors
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chai.ter No. 13. R. A. M.. on the
fourth Fridav in every month at
8 p. m. II. S. Wesson, II. P.
Jake n-A-n. Secretary.
concoiihia ix)if5n t. v. ot a.
Connor. lia IjOie, Fraternal Union
of America, me-ets la Yon?ts Hall
cn tho fprond Thursday evening o
parh month. Ceo. 1. Taylor. F. M
Cha.- K. Sazr, Secretary Ad
Ot ALA TEMPLE
The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 23
Pvthian Sisters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:"0 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members are
cordially invited to meet with us.
Lena Tompkins, M. E. C
Kate B. Howell, M. R.
ROLLINS COLLEGE, WINTER PARK
Oldest College and Mot Beautiful Campos in Florida College, Academy,
Music, Expression, Fine Arts, Domestic and Industrial Arts, isos-
iness. Teachers' Course
iv.Im KrMi ttMin heat, electric liirhts. fire nrotection. fine gym
nasium, no malaria, quarter-million dollar endowment. Three teachers of
music. $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, two oiee liuds, cnorus ts ouiu
Hard ta Discover Golf Fsat. new rooms ior easiness ocowi, iuu yiuis cHmw :
Mara to uncover vjoit rwai. 1 iv nn1 vriih Trv mrvHpm device: analysis OI
What the 110 hit pitcher Is to base- Honrs. Lakes.
ball the hole In one golfer Is to golf. tV but undel
The in test u-.innsr Immortal is Douglas nominional; expenses moderate; scholarships available. For. catalogue
Conkllu of Ilutitliieton. N. Y. He SECRETARY, Winter Park, Fla,
made a l.o yard Hole on tne uunung-1
ton golf links in one. A party of four
spent some time seeking the ball be before
fore before a caddy thoozht to look in the cup.
WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL ?
For plumbing and electrical work
ee H. W. Tucker. Phona 300 1
THE CLERK GUARANTEED IT
"A customer came into my store the
other day and raid to one of my clerks,
'have you anything that will cure di diarrhoea?
arrhoea? diarrhoea? 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 cnarge 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. H. Berry & Co., Salt Creek,
Va. Obtainable everywhere.
THE STATE UNIVERSITY
Highest standards, ranking with the.
largest and beet Universities of the
North and East.
Ill students lat session. Total en enrollment
rollment enrollment 3, Including smnuner school.
Tuition free, excepting $20 per se se-m
m se-m enter for law.
For further Information address.
4. A. MCHPflREE, rrealdcat.
FLOIIIUA STATE COLLEGE FOR
WOHES, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.
Standard the am as those of Oie
bt colleges and universities In the
Modern buildings and equipment; all
473 students regular term; 163 sum summer
mer summer t-ra; total enrollment last ces cession
sion cession c:.
Tuition free In college and normal
sch 00 L
For catalouge and Inforina-uon write,
EDWARD COXHAD1. Pretdet.
Advertise in the Star.
OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1913
THE CRYPTIC RING The sixteenth episode of the Exploits of
THE TWIN SISTERS Lubin comedy, featuring Mae Hotely and
DIMPLE AND THE AUTO SALESMAN Vitagraph comedy, featur featuring
ing featuring Lillian Walker and Billy Quirk.
CURSES, JACK DALTON Lubin animated cartoon.
PROGRAM CHANGES DAILY
1 OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone 106)
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
v mi l
' cenuine m&
"Rich a Butffr-Swfrt as a Nut"
See if thev don't sav
it is the finest bread
they ever ate. Ask
your grocer. Per
CARTER'S r GOJLtifrN
In 10c Slices I PINEAPPLE
CARTER'S BAKERY, Ocala, Florida
Before &ocs 6ecf see O&f
FINISH YOUR HOUSE WITH OUR BUILDERS'
HARDWARE AND YOU WILL BE RIGHT IN STYLE
AND WE HAVE MANY NEW DESIGNS FOR YOU.
YOU GET THE BEST QUALITY AND LOWEST POS POSSIBLE
SIBLE POSSIBLE PRICE, AS WELL AS THE BEST STYLE,
WHEN YOU DEAL WITH US.
WHEN IT'S HARDWARE, "WE'VE GOT IT."
MARION HARDWARE COMPANY
This is our
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 or tear. Call and see
Ljtf jwCA H do the woik
tfA ucdiu oicaui Liuuuut jr
A Phone 101 402-404 South Main St.
ATLWTi QASJ L9E3E
STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
ROUND TRIP RATES FROM OCALA
Washington, D. C $20.80 Richmond, Va $18.80
Norfolk, Va 18.80 Baltimore, Md 22.80
ROUND TRIP RATES FROM JACKSONVILLE
Wilmington, N. C $12.00 Chattanooga, Tenn $13.80
Winston-Salem, N. C 14.00 Monteagle, Tenn 15.05
Hot Springs, Va 18.5U Mammoth Cave, Ky 17.95
Roanoke, Va 16.25Warm Springs, Ga 9.00
Tickets sold August 11th. Limit August 29th. For further information
or reservations call on A. C. L ticket agent or
A. W. FRITOT, J. G. KIRK LAND,
' Division Passenger Agent, Division Passenger Agent,
Thought for the Day
Every act of the man inscribes it-
stlf in the memories of his fellows,
and in his own manners and face.
Mrs. W. M. Wagnon of Tampa, for formerly
merly formerly Miss Cecile Mann, has arrived
for a visit of ten days to her aunt,
Mrs. D. M. Smith.
m m m
Mrs. J. C. Caldwell will entertain
informally at auction tomorrow after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, complimentary to her two sis sisters,
ters, sisters, Mrs. A. R. O'Dell and Miss
Dr. and Mrs. W. G. McKay of Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville will arrive tomorrow for a
viit to Dr. and Mrs. II. F. Watt.
With their guests, Dr. and Mrs. Watt
and daughter will go to Woodmar
next week for a fortnight stay at
Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk returned this
morning from the gulf, where with
Mrs. Emily Green and sons she has
been camping since Wednesday. Mrs.
Green and Mr. Edward Green will re return
turn return Monday and Otis Green came up
this morning and went on to Camp
Mucoso at Lake Weir this afternoon.
Miss Helena Lester, one of Key
West's most attractive young ladies,
will arrive either Thursday or Friday
to visit Miss Marion Dewey for a few
days. Miss Dewey and Miss Lester
were students together at the sum summer
mer summer school at the University of Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. Honoring Miss Ludie Smith of
Louisville, Ky., Miss Caroline Har Har-riss
riss Har-riss will entertain Friday afternoon at
4 o'clock, her guests to include a
number of the young set.
Mr. William Preece left last night
for Orlando, Sanford and other
points to remain until Friday. He
was accompanied by Mrs. Preece.
Mrs. William Parker and Mrs. A. S.
Burgess are spending some time at
Lake Weir, occupying the Johnston
cottage at North Lake. Mrs. Parker
has as her guests Mr. Parker's sis sisters,
ters, sisters, Misses Claudia and Eva Parker
of Fayetteville, N. C. Messrs. Parker
and Burgess will join their wives for
m w m
Mrs. Robert Sanders and Miss
Mamie Ruth Sanders of Dunnellon are
guests of Mrs. W. K. Lane for sev several
eral several days. Miss Sanders is a reader
oi ability and is being showered with
deserved compliments on her success
in the W. C. T. U. grand gold medal
contests held recently in this city and
Miss Elizabeth Hocker will return
tomorrow from a visit of a week to
her aunt, Mrs. E. II. Mote at Lees-
Mrs. R. B. Bullock returned hom
Monday afternoon from a visit to her
nice, Mrs. Floyd Metcalf in Jackson Jacksonville.
Mrs. Edward Drake and three chil children
dren children are visiting Mrs. Drake's mother
in Jacksonville during Captain
Drake's absence at the state encamp encampment,
ment, encampment, and will probably extend their
visit until the last of the month.
Misses Alice Sexton and Nellie
Beckham will leave Monday for Ashe Ashe-ville,
ville, Ashe-ville, N. C, where they will be guests
of Mrs. Maude Horne for the re remainder
mainder remainder of August.
Mrs. Gertrude S. Edwards, who U
making a series of visits in South
Florida, leaving for Orlando two
weeks ago, expects to go to Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, D. C, in the fall to take courses
in Bible study and stenography pre preparatory
paratory preparatory to becoming a missionary to
foreign fields for the Seventh Day
Advent church of which she is a
Mr. T. S. Trantham of Tallahassee
arrived last night to visit his wife
who is ill at the hospital. He is a
guest at the home of Mrs. Trantham's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Bullock.
Miss May Hall concluded today a
visit of several weeks t6 Miss Mabel
Meffert, leaving for St. Marys, Ga.,
for a visit before returning to her
home in St. Petersburg. Miss Hall
has made a host of friends who will
welcome the opportunity of seeing
her again in September when en
route home she will make a brief
visit to Miss Meffert.
Mrs. H. A. Waterman left yester yesterday
day yesterday for Jacksonville to spend the
next few weeks with her mother, Mrs.
B. J. Potter and sister, Mrs. Mallory
Liddon. During the absence of his
wife, Mr. Waterman is visiting his
Misses Eunice and Lillie Marsh left
Monday afternoon for Dade City to
enjoy an extended visit to relatives.
Mr. T. G. McAteer and family, after
a pleasant visit to Mrs. McAteer's
brother, Mr. Sam McAteer, at his big
farm south of town, have returned to
their home in Tampa.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ford Garrett
left yesterday for Jacksonville, from
which place they will make a trip to
Miami and Key West. Mr. Garrett u
traveling freight agent of the Queen
and Crescent, and he and Mrs. Garrett
have made many friends during their
stay in Ocala.
Mrs. L. V. Graham of Tampa, who
visits her cousins, Drs. E. Van and J.
Walter Hood, each summer, is now a
guet at the home of Dr. and Mrs. J.
Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Kemp and Miss
Lorayne Kemp have departed for St.
Petersburg to make their home, to the
regret of their friends. Mrs. Kemp
is a member of Dickiuson Chapter, U.
D. C, and the Woman's Club and her
work has always been characterized
by a conscientiousness and a public
spirit that has made her a valued
member of both organizations. Miss
Kemp has contributed materially to
the success of entertainments by her
artistic playing and will be greatly
missed in musical circles.
Mrs. S. L. Patterson and Miss An Annie
nie Annie Lester Patterson of Miami are
guests until tomorrow of their aunt,
Mrs. Walter Hood, arriving yesterday
fiom Clearwater. They are en route
tc- Atlanta to spend several months.
August 9th was a happy day for
little Marguerite Sexton and Leonard
Bennett for it was the anniversary of
their birth, the former attaining the
age of six and the latter eight. They
each shared the happiness of the day
with some of their friends, entertain entertaining
ing entertaining them at matinee parties, to see
the Graustark pictures.
tbc Baby In
ARE YOU GETTING SATISFACTION WHEN f
I YOU HAVE YOUR ?
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Drake have re returned
turned returned from a brief visit to Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. Miss Gladys Drake will conclude
her visit to friends in that city to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, returning home in the after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Miss Lydie McDoughal arrived this
afternoon and is a guest of Mrs. J. B.
Horrell. Miss McDoughal has been
doing summer studying at Brenau
College, Gainesville, Ga., taking a post
graduate course in oratory and study studying
ing studying painting with Grant G. Browne,
who has recently returned from Eu Europe
rope Europe after several years' study with
the Paris and Berlin artists. She has
just finished stone age scenery and
wall decoration for the college audi auditorium.
torium. auditorium. Recently the school of oratory
presented a play to the summer guests
and students. It was a burlesque on
Sliakespere's Romeo and Juliette, and
the leading role was taken by Miss
McDoughal, who ably performed her
part and contributed largely to the
brilliant success that it was.
Mr. and Mrs. Troy Hall and infant
son will go to housekeeping Friday,
occupying the home of Dr. and Mrs.
E. Van Hood during their absence in
North Carolina and Tennessee. They
Iwill have with them Mr. Hall's sister,
Miss Beulah Hall and cousin, Miss
Mrs. C. S. Cullen, Master Spencer
Cullen and the former's sister, Miss
Tillie Pasteur, will leave shortly for
Tarboro, N. C, to visit relatives. Mrs.
Cullen goes to accompany her daugh daughters,
ters, daughters, Sidney and Alice Cullen home,
and Miss Pasteur will make a series
of visits to relatives in the state.
Miss Estelle McAteer has concluded
a visit in Jacksonville and is now the
guest of relatives at High Springs.
Miss Margaret Wade, who wa3
slightly hurt in an auto accident last
week, has entirely recovered.
Mrs. Harry Booth will leave early
next week for New York City, where
she will remain for two months, vis visiting
iting visiting her brother.
Mr. E. M.. Osborne went to Haw Hawthorne
thorne Hawthorne today on business. He was ac accompanied
companied accompanied as far as Micanopy by
Mrs. Osborne, who spent the day with
Mrs. M. M. Foxworth of Belleview
is the guest of Mrs. I. I. Strong for
Mrs. G. D. Washburn and daughter
Miss Emma Washburn, went to Belle Belle-view
view Belle-view to attend the W. C. T. U. meet meeting
ing meeting this afternoon.
GRAND GOLD MEDAL CONTEST
Another grand gold medal contest
was held in Oxford Saturday. A
great many people were present but
not many could enjoy the speaking as
there was so much noise and confus confusion.
ion. confusion. The medal was awarded to Miss
Mamie Ruth Sanders of Dunnellon on
the recitation, "The Result of Treat Treating."
ing." Treating." Preceding this there were
speeches by candidates for political
office. One man said that "all roads
are good roads to a politician to get
into office." Some of the roads be between
tween between Ocala and Oxford did not seem
to be particularly good.
Tomorrow may be too late, so come
now and get your share of ALPINE
FLAX stationery below cost. The
Court Pharmacy. tf
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open nignt
and day. Merchant's Cafe. tf
Out of Door Life.
lPrej.ar-iJ Ly the chiMrt-i.'s L-rt-au. L'nit L'nit-t:J
t:J L'nit-t:J Slatts Jt-i' it imri.t t.f laLor.)
Kevp the baby out of doors. It l
almost as iuii-rt.int to ft-i-d the luuss
cn froh air as it t ftt-l tL. btiu btiu-ach
ach btiu-ach on freIi miik. Stale- air Is alunM
as harmful a.s stale fNL aud there i-.
far less ex cum? fur iL Fresh air and
fiuuliiiie at nil tiuus of the year are
essential to the baby's health aud
growth, but mothers t often fail to
realize this fact. Babies are freijutnt freijutnt-ly
ly freijutnt-ly kept on a starvation allowanee uf
these two things, sometimes from
unhappy nee-slty, when the home Is
In a crowded, unventilated apartmout
In a lare city. When this Is the cum
the mother must do her lest for the
baby by taking him as often as rossib'e
to the iarks, rvereatlon piers, play playgrounds
grounds playgrounds and other public open plaees
provided for this iurio by the city.
Outinjrs for mothers and 1 .a hies to the
country or f-eashore are often given by
churches ami other organizations dur during,
ing, during, the hot summer months in lare
cities. Many mi infant's life has Uen
saved by even a brief stay in the coun country,
try, country, but where this is not feasible even
brief chances of air such as are se secured
cured secured in the parks are of great benefit
to a baby, as well as to the mother.
'In the smaller cities and -towns and
In the country there can be little ex excuse
cuse excuse for depriving a baby of outdoor
life and a constant supply of fresh air.
In fact, in suitable weather the baby
may practically live out of doors. In
the hottest weather, when it Is cooler
In doors than out, the baby should be
kept in until the heat is over, but at
night and in the morning he may Ik?
out for several hours. A screened porch
on the shady side of the house, where
he may play and sleep, will afford the
baby luauy hours of outd(or life. A
sick baby csiecially needs fresh air.
and when possible the crib should be
set up on the porch, provided the baby
can be protected from the hot sun and
from flies and mosquitoes.
Experience has shown that sick ba babies
bies babies stand a much better chance of
life and recover much more rapidly If
kept out of doors. Common sense
should guide the mother in this as in
all matters where the baby Is con concerned,
cerned, concerned, and she will realize that If n
high wind Is b'owing dust alout or a
sudden storm comes up and the tem tem-Ierature
Ierature tem-Ierature drops mauy degrees In a few
moments the baby should le taken In
or protected from a chill by suitable
clothing and wrai.
The j-oun-r baby may be taken out
when he Is two weeks old for half an
hour If the weather is warm aud pleas pleasant,
ant, pleasant, gradually lengthening the time he
stays out. IleinemlHr.that the baby's
eyes are very sensitive and must al
ways te carefully shielded, not on!y
from the sun. but also from lirrl
Ilzlit. I tables are often wheele l a! ui
in their -:trriaes staring directly
into the sky. Try It yourself f r a
few moments ami you will real Ire t!-e
cruelty to the baby, who may not evi a
Ik? able to relieve this strain the
eyes by turning his hefid to one si !e.
When the baby Is sent oat with a
nurse she should U Ii:-tri!'-ttHl om t'ds
lKInt and also how long she U to kc. p
the baby out and In waniod of
danvcr of allowing s: ranters in pii
with him or kis hi'ii
The earri.ige ot;;ing sI:om'1 i- r I.e r-
gartletl as giving Ihe !ri' m:''i
fresh air for I'te i!;v In aV;l.M to
this he vN'ull :" u ile ni-fi in
suitable weal In-. If if -, ..
I.riniz him im i'te ii.d--v' aud '.
fc'ioiild Ih o;mi.i!. si-ri'i :i ,jr: as
'UV-csted in a previous att.clc.
The baby should sleep al n'.giil in h
well ventilated bedroom, in a Led bv
hime'f ami if -:sih!e in a ro?i by
himself. Keep the doors and windows
open. Do not be a f ml. I of the ol.l su superstition
perstition superstition of the "night air."
The fear of the night nlr likely came
from the fact that It used to bethought
that malarial iisons arose in the
night lxfore It was known that this
disease Is only carried about by mos mosquitoes,
quitoes, mosquitoes, which fly chiefly after night nightfall.
fall. nightfall. In malarial regions screens are Indls Indls-jvensable.
jvensable. Indls-jvensable. If the house Is provided
with a screened sleeping iorch there Is
no reason why the baby should not
sleep out at night after he is three
months old. provided, of course, he Is
carefully protected. Babies thus taught
from the !cginiilng of life to enjoy the
oiH-ii air will Ik far less sensitive than
otherwise and much lss likely to suf suffer
fer suffer from colds and similar troubles
they prow older.
PICNIC AT ANTHONY
Don't forget that everybody is in invited
vited invited 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 come
am: make us a speech. Committee.
FOR A SPRAINED ANKLE
If you will get a battle of Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Liniment and obsei ve the di directions
rections directions given therewith faithfully,
ycu will recover in much less time
than is usually required. Obtainable
Bring your prescriptions to Ocala's
largest drug store, where prompt and
experienced service is always at your
disposal. The Court Pharmacy. tf
ADVERTISE IN THE STAR.
Have you tried those delicious Max Max-ixe
ixe Max-ixe cherries? 50 cents per pound, at
SEE 'I UK FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetf Aes, milk and eggs, tf
I can press your clothes so that you will be
satisfied or I do not want you to pay me for my
Ladies oi 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
THE PEOPLE OF THIS COMMUNITY "BELIEVE" IN OUR
JEWELRY STORE FOR JUST ONE BIG REASON WE HAVE
NEVER DECEIVED A CUSTOMER.
WE HAVE BUILT UP OUR BUSINESS, FIRST, BY CARRYING
ONLY JEWELRY AND JEWELRY STORE THINGS WE KNOW
TO BE SUPERB IN QUALITY AND CORRECT IN STYLE, AND
SECONDLY, BY ASKING FOR THEM ONLY A REASONABLE
WE MAKF 'QUALITY9 RIGHT: THEN THE PRICE RIGHT.
A. E. BURNETT
OCALA'S RELIABLE JEWELER
Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works
The Commercial Bank
CAPITAL STOCK 550,000.00.
State, County and City Depository.
RL Rev. Abbott Charles, President. Rer. Father Benedict, Director.
St. Leo College
Saint Leo, Pasco County, Florida
Five Miles West of Dade City arl 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
U. S. POST OFFICE. TELEGRAPH. TELEPHONE. EXPRESS nd
A. C. U TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 15,1915
Put your AD. in the STAR,
OCALA EVENING STAR TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1913
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FORf
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Woodmen meet Friday evening.
Elks meet this evening.
Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Board of Trade meets
Mr. A. J. Brigance of Flemington
section was in town today.
Mr. H. L. Hough of Citrus county
was in town today.
A full lined loose leal ledgers,
t i .i-tj onrl mpmorandums al-
uuv;i.' v ;
ways on hand at Gerig's.
w.iiictnn l.nhall nine will
p!ay the Ocala team Thursday after
W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
FURNISHED RESIDENCE FOR
RENT An eight-room residence, ev every
ery every modern convenience and fully
furnished in every particular. Pleas Pleasant
ant Pleasant surroundings and close to public
square. Would not rent for less than
I six months. Apply at Star office tf
And Mr. Bowser Refurnishes 4
By M. QUAD.
Copyright, lj'-, by the McClure
FOR RENT Well located and nlcelj
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
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 hotel,
tel, hotel, Ocala, Fla. 7-3t
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
FOR RENT Three rooms furnished
The county judge" has issued a mar-
This report Is made from observa- for light housekeeping; lights and wa-
" l I .i n',1n VitT Mr V. CI. R. I tw. t.ry nw trm mnma fnr SRI'? npr
rinrrp license to Mr. J. M. Lanier ana tions uakch u...y j -
- I 1 1 Tn-m ha 0l7- I il 1L-.. H. nor I
r,r.; Mirbnl.m Weihe, oinciai ouivci v..- fe momn; uute luuma usual not i line.
Whin Mr. I'.uwscr tame home the
other wi-iiii:,; he found Mrs. Bowser
with tears iu her eyes and u sad look
on her face.
Has the couk left her job he
-No; she Is all rlht. was the an
"lias the cat lo-t herself auainV
"There she is on the lounge." she an
"Then what is It'r"
lt"s bad news from mother. She Is
"Well. I'm not glad to hear It. though
we don't like eaeh other. Did the
news come by letter':"
"Yes; she got some one to write me.
-And of course she wants you to
come up there':"
"Yes. Can I go':"
"Of course you can. You can Btart
in the morning and stay until the old
ladv is on her feet again and ready to
come back with you and give me the
v-., t tMo frosted pints of Aug.-1
1 i Jf IJII V. vw- 1
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf
Mr. T. C. Luckie returned today
from a visit to Mrs. Luckie at Day-tona.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry uoraon uuu Aug. s
daughter left today for their trip to Aug. 9
R-F- month. Fine location on South Third
street. Inquire at Star office. 10-12t
A LETTER TO THE
BOYS CORN CLUBS
You are a good husband, Mr. Bow
ser." said Mrs. Bowser as her tears
"Pooh!" he replied. "It won't put me
out In the least. The cook nnd I can
run the old shanty for a couple of
Partly cloidy tonight;
A new line of high grade stationery showers
in all the latest styles, and cuts at
.03 Jo the Members 6f the Boys' Corn
Dear Club Members: I am off on a
furlough during this month and will I
Wednesday I not visit any of you until the first of
September Doubtless you all have re
ceived a letter from Mr. C. K. Mc-
I 1 1 4 1
tf. ramnW trees. 3 cents apiece. Ap- Quame, state agent, aDOUt tne meas-
i j. ere wTnn ctMwt rr rVinn I iirpmpnt of vour acre of corn. All
Tiiv itl UUU iTciiuno x i
Mr. H. L. Borland, vice president 288.
of the Florida Citrus Exchange, is a
visitor in the city today from Citra.
iness yesterday in Tampa.
10-lt who will make 50 bushels or more, l
am required to see to the measuring
"n.tnri-" at Hip Temnle last of it. Tins puts considerable more
vi i a,xn w -w- x i -
nJrrht was much enjoyed. The fact is work on 'the county agents, but the
IVTpsfs. J. W. Smith. K. 11. raraom uiat r 7. 7 , .: i
; : ",.1. ....,f; nlav than if it had been acted on tne criticism anu aououess n win oe mu.c
and L. V. vjUDie vveie iiaiisavnh x L;.,, fnr- nil mnrprnnl. I
;tnTe on account Oi vne mucii uciici tununui; "l
c,pnPrv and ereater realism of the hope every boy who thinks he will
- mi i XI. I 1 tT f UftlAln rr Vita n re
M.nrpt JnrVcnn went down piece. The Temple win nave uve nm uo uuucia
. 1 : : V k v.o tonight, another chapter of will write me a card so 1 can arrange
to the lane inis aiteinuu.. 1"7 J; t.,i.: e ft o nnihlA nnd
.t tt. -t i four I t aine. ana tnree comeuies, one xuum i t. visn j
guest oi iurs. u. v. vS :ot ,flrfftft. arrange for the measuring of your
, ailU il uuum OIU1HUVV14 I
ays Urnn nrhpn T tn On dutV the first Of
I wf -
Mr. J. W. Coulter of Blitchton, who September. Wishing every one of
is among the visitors from the west- you the success you so much deserve,
em part of the county in Ocala today, I am, very truly yours,
I if : W H
l J; r 1. fl 3J
Our sheet music stock is up-to-date.
o o T nttnor'a Pinnn Store.
1 says that the Bloxham boomlet is
' Mr Charles E. Harris, the Star's daily growing weaker in his section
make-up and ad man, who has been as the people are learning just what
visiting relatives at Madison for sev- the movement means to them in the
dr. vs. is pvnected home this aft- way of. increased taxes, which is a
" J 7 1
S. J. McCully, Agent.
EXTERMINATE THE GARFISH
A HALF DAY OFF KKOM THE OFFICE.
weeks as well as not. You pack your
trunk tonight, and I will get you off
early in the morning. After I have
eaten dinner I will go out and tele telegraph
graph telegraph that you will be there tomor tomorrow."
row." tomorrow." When the cook was consulted about
the arrangement she had some objec-
Use Nyal's iamiiy remedies
good good for all. Sold by Annex
Drug Store. 16-lf
Editor Star: I saw in last week's
condition bound to follow the installa- I issue that a quantity of young fish
tion of all the new machinery for a jhad been put in, Lake Weir. That is tions
All new county organization. a good move. The next move, in the "But you know, ma'am. Mr. Bowser
right direction, would be to have the Ns always experimenting. lie will be
lake seined to get out the garfish, worse than ever when you are gone.
If you want to make a cheap trip There are great quantities of them, I shall walk around in fear of being
L. T! ,;n w v,a SpnhndrH L.l:.i -u fV ficV, blown un or blown down or blown
iuc -i ... . cnmnivnori
can nossiblv spare the men and mon- tram on the 16th. Kead the aaveruse- Garfish are of no beneht, only as ler-
The county commissioners,
. ii rinn nr i mpnT p spwnere.
ev. snouia nave some wouv uunc i
the Lake Weir road south of Belle
somewhere or other."
Nothing of the kind will happen.'
a 1 J Z iUnt itnulil Ka tal-on rvll
luuw' auu fcV I T replied Mrs. Bowser.
by seining it is impossiDie to caicn ,.p WOn't he bring home a fire e-
It is-in bad shape and steadily Another fresh shipment of Triola them on a hook it would be a good cape and want me to give it a trtair
ing worse. sweets just in at Gerig's. tf. thing; then the bass and other fish j wjn make him promise that h
VA : ,r:, v -"TP'S''
S S f S S S s
would increase faster and, I suppose,
the car will destroy some of the
young fish just put in.
C. H. Voorhees.
South Lake Weir, August 9.
A Rival to the "Marseillaise.
Writing in Musical Opinion, Gerald
Cumberland says: "The records of his history
tory history contain but few examples of great
works of musical art created during a
time of war. The 'Marseillaise Is one
such example, nnd Sir Edward Elgar's
'Chantons. Beiges, Chantons.' is an another.
other. another. Greatly as 1 admire the former
undying melody, 1 do not lelieve it is
In any respect greater than the latter
"I want you," said the fair society
leader, "to give me a plain opinion
about my picture."
"Madame." said the gallant cavalier.
bowing, "to speak in plain terms of
that portrait would be Impossible."
Always take the short cut. and that
Is the rational one. Therefore say and
do everything according to the sound soundest
est soundest reason. Marcus Aurelius.
COLIC, CHOLERA AND
"I never hesitate to recomend Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrohea
Remedv. writes Sol Williams, mer
chant, Jesse, Tenn. "I sell -more of it
than any other preparation ot nice
character. I have used it myself and
found it gave me more relief than any
thing else I have ever tried for tne
same purpose. uutamaDie every
FRESH buttermilk at the Court
Pharmacy fountain every day. tf
"Will he ask me to use a patent fueJ
In the range?"
"And there won't be any burglar
alarms to go off with a buzz at mid midnight
night midnight and scare me Into Jumping out
of my window?"
"Mr. Bowser will be very good, and
you can depend on It"
"Then I'll stay, ma'am, nnd I'll do
my lest to see that the cat don't get
lost or that tramps don't Bteal the ash
Next morning Mrs. Bowser was off,
nnd Mr. Bowser's last words to her
"Feed your mother plenty of chick
en sunn nn d don't worry a minute
It was two davs later that Mr. Bow
ser got a plan In his head nnd might
have been heard saying to himself
T.v Cleorge. I'll do it! Mrs. Bowser
was speaking the other day about
some new things for the house and
lamenting that we could not afford
them for another year. We can afford
them now. but I wanted to cum any
txtravagant notion on her part. She
shall come home to lind almost a new
house. She Is a mighty good woman.
although she does sit down on me rret
tv hard nt times, nnd she shall le re
warded. It will be fun for me to be
nnviiv-r this and that and will keep me
from being lonesome."
Mr. Bowser must take the cook mio
his confidence, for he needed her help.
When he told her what he proposed to
do and asked her opinion she replied:
"Mr. Bowser. If 1 was a married
Mr. Bowser took half a day off from
ills office work to go through the house
cid see what was needed, or be
thought was needed." The parlor car car-Iet
Iet car-Iet had leen down for three years,
but had been taken care of so well
that it looked almost new. Still, there
were roses In the rattern. and be had
beard Mrs. Bowser say that people of
refined taste avoided rose carpets. He
would get sunflowers If he could: If
not be would get violets.
The felt ting room carpet had several
holes burned lu It. and there was a
threadbare place or two. The holes
had leeu burned as be carelessly threw
away his cigar stub and the spots had
been worn by his feet, as he sat rock
ing to and fro. He bad laid the dam damage
age damage to the cat when Mrs. Bowser com complained,
plained, complained, but he knew It was bis own
work. He would buy another. He
wasn't 6ure yet what pattern he would
get, but it would be something lively.
He wasn't always lively when seated
in that room of an evening, but a lively
carpet might help his spirits.
There were the upholstered chairs.
The cat had slept on every one of them
and wear and dust had given them a 1
somewhat dingy look. They must be
reupholstered and the colors must be
bright and lively.
The most of the pictures on the walls
had been in the Bowser family for a
good many years. There was one of
a widow weeping over her husband's
tombstone; another of an angel hov
ering over a dying infant; another of
Niagara Falls in winter, and yet an another
other another of a river flowing past an old
barn on Its way to the sea. What was
hi that old barn no one could ever
make out and why the river flowed
to the north instead of the south was
another vexed question. There were
three pictures among the lot that could
be saved. The rest must go. There
should be nothing on the walls to
bring grief to the heart or tears to the J
eyes. Mr. Bowser had always been
fond of British hunting scenes and he
would bang up half a dozen if he could
find them. The piano was a square,
with four legs. He could not see his
way to Improve It any unless he re removed
moved removed two of the legs, and he decided
to meddle with them.
Ten years before he had disposed of
the wooden bedsteads in the bedrooms
and bad bought those of brass and Iron.
He would now make a new purchase
of ash and walnut ones. They would
be no better, but they would help make
a change. When Mr. Bowser had made
' a note of what was needed he began
i the active work of refurnishing. He
' sent away the chairs to the upholster upholster-i
i upholster-i ers and the bedsteads to a second hand
j store. He was lucky enough to find a
, purchaser for the carpets on the floor.
and thus the house was cleared for
what was to come.
Mrs. Bowser wrote that her mother
was much better and that she could be
home the next week, and Mr. Bowser
wrote her in reply:
Do not think of coming home for
the next three or four weeks. Your
dear mother is liable to have a relapse,
and if she does It will be the grave for
her. Things are running happily and
smoothly. Your affectionate husband."
The cook was not taken along when
Mr. Bowser selected the covering for
the chairs and the new carpets. She
kindly offered to go. but was purpose
ty left behind. If the above said se selections
lections selections were not howling successes it
was not the fault of a devoted hus
band The salesman in the carpet
store started ha to tell Mr. Bowser
what the latest thing lu carpets was.
but was met with the reply:
"Sir, 1 was selling carpets before you
were out of your cradle, and I think l
know what I want."
This settled the salesman and also
sold some fifty yards or carpeting
which had been in the store for the
past twenty years.
All things have an end. and Mr. Bow
sers refurnishing had one two weeks
later. lie hustled. He made others
hustle- He used the telephone and his
legs unsparingly. He coaxed and he
threatened, and at length all the
rhnne-es were made and the house
awaited Mrs. Bowser's homecoming.
ehecame. The cook had been through
the house several times and shook her
bead at every change and said to her herself:
self: herself: "Harmony I Walt till Mrs. Bowser
gets home and see if there'll be har harmony.
mony. harmony. Red. green, blue, brown, all
mixed together. It's no wonder the
cat shows signs of going insane."
Riding home from the depot. Mr.
Bowser was very enthusiastic, but he
did not even hint at what had been
done at the house. He let Mrs. Bowser
find out for herself. She found out.
Before she had taken off her hat she
had- gone through every room sud
noted every change, and Just as the
smiling Mr. Bowser looked for her to
break forth In words of praise and
gratitude she fell full length ou the
tloorln a dead faint and did not recov recover
er recover from it till three or four o the
neljihl Hiring women had rushed In and
worked over her a quarter of nn hour.
The harmony was to much.
She was a brave, strong woman, but
she could not .stand It.
As for Mr. Bowser but be Laa done
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Prices and Petty Estortion
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give all Information as to hotels, apartment houses and living charges.
Secure accommodations in advance or provide them on arrival for par parties
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The EsiKwItlon Hotel Bureau Is an official activity of the Panama Panama-Pacific
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and from this list you can make a better selection
Address the Official Exposition Hotel Bureau. Flannery Building.
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BAD TASTE AND
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pared prepared to clean them on short notice at a reasonable price, there therefore
fore therefore there's -no need for wearing them in a soPed condition. We
clean and press them entirely by hand, doing away v.iih the hard
wear caused by machinery. Only soft water used. Call phene 21 and
let us show you how neatly we can clean your suit.
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;; Write for schedule and further particulars.
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is St Mot Enough for You?
How Does il Affect You?
Isn't it mostly in your stomach, caused from too much ice
water, summer fruits and melons, or ovt-r-cMtinjr? Don't
you frequently feel bloated and .--tuffy. especially after eat eating?
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At all drug stores 50c and $1.00.
The Court Pharmacy serves fresh
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6-" y s s s v y
Read this story in this paper every Wednesday and
Thursday afternoon and see the pictures Friday at the
"About three months apo 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."
-a r tt -r 1 XT -V"
wnves .airs. ueo. xion, jiaceuon, i. x.
"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 trouble." Obtain Obtainable
able Obtainable everywhere..
Bring your prescriptions to Ocala's
, 1 J A 1 X Jl
largest arug sxore, wnere prompt ana nTVflV ,1:1TM1-t cot the
woman, which I ain't and may never j BUTTERMILK a11 the time; 5 cents
be. nnd had the home which I may iass. Trv iU tf
never hare, and should pa and see my
sick mother, which died five years as",
and her soul Is now in heaven, and
while 1 was jrone my husband should
taUc It upon himself to refurnNh thej
"What?" asked Mr. Bowser, as ne
"I think I would call him an Idiot.
when I pot home.
"But why. MapsleT
"Because no man has the taste and
wit to refurnish a house. You know
what harmony Is. Mr. Dowser?"
Humph:" he rruntrd.
"It will be the harmony of the thins.
Mr. Bowser the harmony and If you
will excuse me for saylu? o, I don't
think you've -'ot it. But I win help
you all 1 can."
"Well." s;:id Mr. Bowser as be turn-
experienced service is always at your
disposal. The Court Pharmacy. tf
Have you tried those delicious Max Max-ixe
ixe Max-ixe cherries? 50 cents per pound, at
harmony of n he an?el. but I puess this
house won't care a tramp out of it
when I pet through with my work.
It's pood of you to offer to help me. and
I will pay you extra wages for extra
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tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in tiia city.