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The Ocala evening star
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VOL. 21. OOALA, FLOKIDA, SATUKDAY, AUGUST U, 1915 NO. 192
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Looks Like Russians May Have to Abandon
Brest-Litovsk Line

ill THE WEST THE ALLIES
London, Aug. 14. The steady pro progress
gress progress of the Bavarian forces eastward
of Warsaw is taken here to indicate
that the Germans are pushing their
drive through the Russian center, con continuing
tinuing continuing the envelopment of forts
along the Dyina. Petrograd and Ber Berlin
lin Berlin agree that Sokolow, Siedloe and
Lukow have been occupied by the
Germans, forming a front sixty miles
east of Warsaw and fifty miles wide,
over half way to Brest-Litovsk,
where Russians are making the cen center
ter center of a new defensive line. This
A
point probably will be abandoned be because
cause because of the speed of the German ad advance.
vance. advance. TACTICS OF 1812
Petrograd claims the Germans are
checked at Peniswesch and Dvinsk.
Berlin doesnt' admit this. It doesn't,
however, effect the advance on the
flanks. For the moment, however, the
intesity, of the fighting is giving way
to the scramble of the Russians to
avoid the enveloping net. The out outcome
come outcome of these movements will prob probably
ably probably be indicated in a few days.
German correspondents say the
Russians are following the tactics of
the Napoleonic campaign, laying
waste the country, so the Germans
won't be able to find shelter.
WESTERN FRONT QUIET
There are only trench skirmishes
in the west.
GERMANS GOING TO SERBIA
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The war clouds are still over the
Balkans. A Central News Amsterdam
dispatch says Germany is sending
40,000 troops from Warsaw to the
Serbian frontier.
BRITONS SAW THE AIR BATTLE
Reports say the Zeppelin raiders
Thursday were plainly visible. Large
crowds watched the battle between
Zeppelins and British airships.
The British steamer Cairo and the
fishing smash Amethyst have been
sunk.
MacKENSEN'S FORWARD MARCH
Berlin, Aug. 14. -Gen. MacKen MacKen-sen's
sen's MacKen-sen's forces .pursuing the Russians
from the south have reached the line
of Radzyn-Widwlodaw.
WSJ
KAISER'S MEN DRIVING AT
KOVNO
London, Aug. 14. Russia officially
admited last night that it had evac evacuated
uated evacuated Sokolow, Ciedlec and Lokow, to
the east of Warsaw, but claimed to
have driven the Germans back near
Riga and that near Kovno under Rus Russian
sian Russian pressure the Germans abandoned
their attacks. Berlin, however, re reported
ported reported new successes in the" region of
Kovno. Field Marshal Von Hinden Hinden-'burg,
'burg, Hinden-'burg, the Germans' national hero, has
been placed in personal command of
that region, showing the importance
the German general staff attaches to
the plans for capturing Kovno, which
stands between the Germans and Vil Vil-na
na Vil-na and the Warsaw-Petrograd rail railway.
way. railway. FIGHTING ON THE WESTERN
FRONT
The German crown prince contin continues
ues continues trying to pierce the French line
in the Argonne forest and has obtain obtained
ed obtained some local successes, but the
French claim his losses are heavy.
The French also claim the Germans
unsuccessfully attacked in the Arters
region.
ALLIES MAY LOSE BULGARIA'S
. AID
There are strong indications that
Serbia will flatly refuse Bulgaria's
territorial demands and that the Al Allies'
lies' Allies' hope of bringing Bulgaria into
the war on their side will come to
naught.
Our sheet music stock is up-to-date.
Daily demonstrations.
8-2-tf Lattner's Fiano Store.

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ARE IDLE FOOLISH LITTLE
THEIR FEUD
(Associated Press)
ATTACK 0
HEADED OFF
GERMANS LOST THEIR ARMS
FACTORY AT JAFFA
(Associated Press)
Paris, Aug. 14. A plan to attack
the Suez canal has been detected and
thwarted. The ministry of marine
says a French cruiser has bombarded
Jaffa, destroying the principal build building,
ing, building, a German army factory.
PREPARING TO
DEFEND PETROGRAD
Great White Czar Expects the Teu-
tons Soon to be at His
Capital Gates
Petrograd, Aug. 14. The defenses
of Narva and Novgorod, which com command
mand command the gateway to Petrograd 'from
the southwest, are being hastily
strengthened and all available artil artillery
lery artillery is being placed on the heights
dominating the Petrograd railroads.
The newspapers are discussing the
possibility of a German attack on
Petrograd, and the war office evident evidently
ly evidently is preparing for such contingency..
Military authorities expect the
Gentians will persist in the offensive,
but they express strong doubts
whether an advance on Petrograd en enters
ters enters seriously into the German plans.
The lake and marsh country south
of Petrograd is well adapted for de defensive
fensive defensive operations should the German
advance extend in that direction.
TALLAHASSEE MAN
APPOINTED BY TRAMMELL
To Succeed Jordan as Pure Food
Inspector
Tallahassee, Aug. 14. C. B. Mc Mc-Kinnon,
Kinnon, Mc-Kinnon, of this city, has been ap appointed
pointed appointed by Governor Trammell pure
food inspector of Florida to succeed
A. P. Jordan, of Punta Gorda, whose
term of office expired August 11th.
SOUTH MANUFACTURES
MORE OF THE STAPLE
(Associated Press)
Washington, Aug. 14. The increas increased
ed increased manufacture of cotton in the south
is heavy. The use of linters is an al almost
most almost normal exports feature of the
yearly cotton consumption. The dis distribution
tribution distribution report says the cotton states
use three million of exports, only six
hundred and seven thousand under
last year.
RESULTS OF ZEPPLIN RAIDS
The Zepplin rr.id on the English
coast Thursday night in which six
were killed and twenty-five injured,
was the sixteenth since the war began.
In all 70 have been killed and 175
wounded, two zeppelins destroyed and
one cf those in this last raid was re reported
ported reported to have been damaged as a re result
sult result of these raids.
Bring your prescriptions to Ocala's
largest drug store, where prompt and
experienced service is always at your
disposal. The Court Pharmacy. tf
VLGEl ABLLvS, MILK AND EGGh
from our own farm daily. Open nigni
and day. Merchant's Cafe. tf
On Saturday and Monday, 17
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Pce. tf

CANAL

BALKAN HATIOIIS CONTINUE
WILL BE PUBLISHED TOMORROW
AND BECOME EFFECTIVE
IN TWO WEEKS
(Associated Press)
Washington, Aug. 14. The Pan Pan-AmeTican
AmeTican Pan-AmeTican appeal to Mexican leaders
will be published tomorrow morning.
Then there will follow a period of two
weeks of waiting. Final copies were
sent to Mexican leaders today.
POSSIBLE SOLUTION OF
THE COTTON PROBLEM
Neutral Nations are Importing from
five to Eighteen Times the
Amount They Need
(Associated Prs)
London, Aug. 14. "There is no
such thing as a complete solution of
the cotton problem," declares the
Times in a long article discussing the
purchase of the American crop by
Great Britain, and then the "ration "rationing"
ing" "rationing" of necessary supplies to neutrals
under strict government supervision.
"Germany has as her near neigh neighbors,"
bors," neighbors," explains the Times, "the five
neutral states of Holland, Denmark,
Norway, Sweden and Switzerland.
These. states have rights which we
camot ignore.
"But we may justly complain when
we find them importing from 17 to 18
times as much cotton as they need for
their domestic consumption and ex exporting
porting exporting tke surplus, or a large part
of it, to the enemy, who cannot obtain
it elsewhere, who cannot produce it
himself, and to whom a constant sup supply
ply supply of this indispensable raw mater material
ial material is vital to his military strength.
"What the British government has
done it to seek a way out by a series
of friendly and private agreements.
All cotton entering Holland, for in instance,
stance, instance, is liable to seizure unless it is
consigned to the Netherlands Over Oversea
sea Oversea Trust, which is under heavy bond
to prevent the re-export to Germany.
In Sweden an arrangement has more
recently been made with an associa association
tion association of cotton spinners with the object
of limiting the importation of cotton
into that country to the needs of its
domestic manufacturers. This seems
to me the only principle that is at
once sound and effective on which we
can proceed. The arrangement with
the Dutch merchants proved anything
but watertight, largely because it does
not expressly limit the amount of cot cotton
ton cotton that may be imported.
"If we were to establish in each of
the northern kingdoms a single re receiving
ceiving receiving agency to which alone cotton
might be consigned, and if we were
definitely to fix the number of bales
that might be imported, using as an
index the average domestic consump
tion (or perhaps a little more) of
e&ch country during the three years
before the war, we should then have
gone some way towards solving this
particular branch of. the problem."
BIG NATIONS HELP
THEIR LITTLE BROTHER
Allies Send Reinforcemenst to Help
Guard Serbia from Invasion
(Associated Press)
Belgrade, Aug. 14. The general
frontier of Serbia is now euarded by
French aviators, the river Nsundary
is protected by an English naval con
tingent, and there are two Russian
batteries of artillery entrenched be behind
hind behind Belgrade.

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10 HAVE! LEFT

(Associated Press)

Laredo, Texas, Aug. 14. A party
cf eighty Mexicans, under a leader
named Cabrera, has appeared be between
tween between Zapata and Rio Grande City,
ninety miles below Laredo, on the
Texas side, according to word receiv
ed here. A detachment of the Four Fourteenth
teenth Fourteenth Cavalry, stationed at Zapata,
with armed citizens is prepared to re resist.
sist. resist. ATTACK ON ARIZONA
Nogales, Ariz., Aug. 14. Mexican
soldiers have entered American ter territory
ritory territory and began slaughtering cattle
fifteen miles west of here, according
to word from the Harrison ranch.
Three automobiles filled with armed
men have started for the, scene.
CARRANZA'S MEN WHO
HAVE
LEFT COMMANDS
Washington, Aug. 14. The war de
partment summary of advices from
General Funston says it is establish established
ed established that most of the Mexican raiders
are Carranza soldiers and officers,
doubtless acting without authority of
their chiefs.
OFFICERS IN OPEN REBELLION
El Paso, Texas, Aug. 14 Authori
tative advices say the military com
manders in the state of Sinaloa and
at Tepic, Chiapas, Oaxaca, Guerrero
and, it is believed, Durango, have re
fused to recognize the authority of
either Villa or Carranza.
CARRANZA SQUELCHED MAYOR
OF VERA CRUZ
Washington, Aug. 14. Carranza
has summarily dismissed from office
the mayor .of Verai Cruz for permit
ting i the recent anti-foreign demon demonstrations.
strations. demonstrations. WALKED AWAY
- FROM WILDWOOD
The Ocala Juniors seem to be hold
ing up the reputation of Ocala for
ball playing ability. They have won
every game this year with one excep
tion, and yesterday they annexed a
double "victory from Wildwood. In
the first inning Ocala scored a run.
Leavengood walked, stole second and
came in home on a bunt. Wildwood
never scored until the sixth when they
pushed one run across the pan. This
was their last. Ocala played tight in
the pinches and made several double
plays. Ocala scored four more runs,
making the final score 5 to 1. After
this it was decided to play a five five-inning
inning five-inning game. Wildwood was held
scoreless and Ocala scored their only
run in the third. Blalock and Jones
composed the battery for Ocala in
both games.
HOW IS THIS FOR CORN
Already, with their announcements
only out a short time that they will
buy corn, the L. R. Chazal & Sons
Co., have offers of nearly 20,000
bushels from this county. This, of
course is surplue corn 'that the the
farmers do not need for use them themselves.
selves. themselves. CALLED MORE MEN
TO THE COLORS
Half a Million Trained Soldiers Now
Guard the Frontiers of Holland
(Associated Press)
The Hague, Aug. 14. By the adop
tion of the landstrum bill on July 30
the total number of trained soldiers
in Holland will be increased to ap approximately
proximately approximately 550,000 instead of 350,000
who are now under arms.
FOSTER'S UNKIND FATE
Caused his Death in a Dispute Over
a Game of Cards
Atlanta, Aug. 14. Stewart F. Fost Foster,
er, Foster, formerly a prominent athlete of
the university of Georgia died here
yesterday afternoon as the result of
being shot last near Swords, Ga. The
authorities are seeking Nicholas John Johnson
son Johnson who Foster declared shot him in
a dispute over a card game.
On Saturday and Monday, 17
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash- Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf

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OF GARRAHZA'S M E II
THEIR COMMAIIDS
FIERCE STORM FROM THE CAR.
RIBEAN WILL SWEEP COAST
OF FLORIDA
(Associated Press)
Washington, Aug. 14. -A hurricane
warning has been ordered displayed
by the weather bureau on the South
Florida coast. A tropical storm, cen central
tral central west of Cuba, is on the way.
COTTON MAY BE
DECLARED CONTRABAND
Significant Utterance of a British
Government Leader in the
House of Commons
(Associated Preas)
London, Aug. 14. Lord Robert
Cecil, parliamentarian under the sec secretary
retary secretary for foreign affairs, in a formal
interview yesterday, in defining Great
Britain's attitude in the cotton situa situation,
tion, situation, declared the "Allies must by all
lawful means prevent cotton reaching
their enemies," and added, "it may be
necessary to make cotton contra contraband."
band." contraband." THE CATE TOUR IS
HOMEWARD BOUND
VThe Cate tourists reached Los An Angeles
geles Angeles August 2nd and registered at
the Gates hotel, which was headquar headquarters
ters headquarters for the party. Side trips were
taken to old missions, a trolley trip
to San Gabriel, and a balloon trolley
trip of 28 miles to the sea, taking the
Pacific Electric for San Pedro and
then embarked on the steamer Cam Cam-brillo
brillo Cam-brillo for San Catalina. At Catalina
the party saw the marine gardens in
glass bottomed boats, giving a chance
to see the wonderful formations and
growths in the sea along the coast of
the island. We also visited Passa-
dena. Leaving Los Angeles, the party
made a stop at the big trees in order
that we might see the famous Cali California
fornia California redwoods in all of their glory.
The next stop was at San Diego,
where a trip was taken by auto into
Old Mexico, where we were held up
and our baggage examined. The of officers
ficers officers said the powder in the ladies'
bags was pot contraband and to pass
along. The Panama-Pacific Exposi Exposition
tion Exposition was visited and the party was
treated to a sight in the grounds of
the famous model ranch. The bunga bungalow
low bungalow was perfect in all of its. appoint appointments
ments appointments and the gardens had every
flower and vegetable grown in the
United States, which wasa wonderful
sight, as they were all grown to per perfection.
fection. perfection. The high diving was wonder wonderful
ful wonderful to many. The divers go under
the glass bottomed boats and pick
up shells at a depth of 100 feet, they
said, selling the shells to tourists.
The Floridians, and especially the
Marion county portion, thought Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs surpassed Catalina and
all Ocala needed was a booster club
and an electric rod to the Springs to
make Ocala famous, as that would be
the objective point for tourists and is
so much more attractive than places
we have visited, if the surroundings
were made so. Leaving the Grand
Canyon at 6:30 the party will speed
homeward without any more stops.
Some 25 or 30 left the party at Los
Angeles to come on home later or
when Prof. Cate conducts another
party in September, as he expects to
do. We were all so delightfed with
our conductor that we held him up
in Frisco and presented him a very
handsome silver vase valued at $40,
the money being collected by a young
man of the party. We have traveled
only at night, in order to give us day
light trips through the most interest
ir.g points, and everything has been
of the very best and just on schedule
time, so we without one dissenting
voice, recommend Prof. Cate as a fine
personal conductor. Kate Clements.

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Border Patrol is Summary With
Bandits

GOOD EVIDENCE THAI INVASION OF TEXAS IS A POPULAR
MOVE WITH THE GREASERS,

(Associated
Brownsville, Texas, Aug. 15 A de detachment
tachment detachment of Carranza soldiers, it was
learned today, temporarily took pos possession
session possession of Island No. 10 in the Rio
Grande, a hundred miles north of
here, while the raiding was at its
heighth. They recently withdrew.
MAKING GOOD MEXICANS
Peace officers and rangers have
adopted a summary method of deal
ing with suspected Mexicans. A re report
port report turned in at Fort Brown, made
by a peace officer with an army
patrol, said, "We met two Mexicans.
They tried to escape. We couldn't
identify them, so we left them there."
These Mexicans had been killed.
Twenty-six hundred United States
soldiers, as well as Texas rangers
and peace officers have rapidly run
down the fugitive Mexicans in this
section, and although the number of
Mexicans killed is reported officially
as fifteen or tewnty, it is known that
more men have been killed.
Apprehension is felt here over the
reports that if American forces land
at Vera Cruz, Carranza soldiers will
sack Brownsville.
TEXAS CAN HAVE MORE TROOPS
Washington, August 14. President
Wilson has telegraphed to Governor
Ferguson of Texas that more troops
will be sent if General Funston re requested
quested requested them.
COUNTING ON GETTING HELP IN
COLORADO
Pueblo, Colo., Aug. 14. Rudolph
Horler, an emissary from Old Mex Mexico,
ico, Mexico, was arrested here, charged with
inciting Pueblo county Mexicans to
prepare to join the insurrection of
Mexicans in Southern Texas. Papers
on him, the police say, prove he came
here to enlist local Mexicans.
BURBANK
Burbank, Aug. 12. Still plenty of
rain but crops are looking fine.
Mr. L. II. Langworthy spent a few
days in Jacksonville the past week.
Mrs. V. H. Turner and son Ray
mond leave Thursday for Clermont,
for a visit to Mrs. Charles B. Brand.
This is Mrs. Turner's first visit to her
daughter since her marriage to Mr.
Brand in June.
Mr. II. J. Overall, who has been
traveling in Michigan for the last two
ponths, has returned to Burbank.
Quite a few people took advantage
tf the cheap excursion to Ocala Aug.
2d. All returned tired, but happy.
Mr. H. E. Abbott, mail carrier,
pulled away from his duties Monday
and Tuesday and gathered his big
crop of com. Clarence E. Turner
filled Mr. Abbott's place.
Brother Roland preached in the
Methodist church Sunday morning,
August 1st. Quite a large crowd at attended.
tended. attended. Little Miss Ruth Dixie Ab Abbott
bott Abbott was christened.
. Mrs. Stanley Chambers is on the
sick list.
Mrs. Fred Rickter has gone to New
York. While away Mrs. Rickter hopes
to improve in health and return a dif different
ferent different woman. Her many Burbank
friends hope to soon see her back a
much improved woman. Mr. Rickter
accompanied her as far as Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. Mrs. W. C. Bogue and daughter
Dorothy, spent a few days last week
in Palatka visiting friends and rela relatives.
tives. relatives. Mr. M. D. L. Graham left Tuesday
for a visit to his daughter, Mrs. E, T.
Purkhalter in Kansas City. While
Mr. Graham is gone he expects to
visit in different parts of Missouri,
Illinois and Iowa. Mr. Graham ex
pects to be away about two months.
His last stop will be at a family re
union in Allerton, Iowa, at his sister,
Mrs. Mary Sherritt's. Mr. Graham's
many Burbank friends wish him a
safe journey and a good time. Mr.
Ii. J. Overall will take care of Sunset
Grove during Mr. Graham's absence.

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SUNK MOTHER
AUSTRIA!! S
ITALIAN UNDERSEA BOATS
HAVE NOW MADE EVEN
(Associated Press)
Rome, Aug. 14. It was officially
announced last night that the Aus Austrian
trian Austrian submarine U-3 was sunk yester yesterday
day yesterday morning in the lower Adriatic.
The second officer and eleven men
were captured and saved.
WOODMEN nAD
A LIVE MEETING
Five New Members Initiated and
Many Applications Unveiling
at Fellowship Aug. 22
. The Woodmen had a well attended
meeting Friday night, some forty
members being present. There was a
large amount of business on hand,
which required nearly two hours work
to clear away.
One of the matters attended to was
making arrangements for the unveil unveiling
ing unveiling of the monument to Sovereign
Carter at Fellowship Sunday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, Aug. 22. A committee was ap appointed
pointed appointed to attend to this.
A large number of applications
were received. Eight were voted on
favorably and others referred to com committees.
mittees. committees. The following five new members
were admitted, obligated and taught
the secret work: Messrs. E. II. Priest,
C. E. Harris, D. E. Bursley, E. W.
Leavengood and M. M. Carter.
The next meeting will be on Friday
night, Aug. 27, on which occasion an another
other another large class of candidates will be
present for initiation.
WACAHOOTA
Wacahoota, Aug. 11. Refreshing
showers fall every day now and break
the intense heat of these "good old
summer times."
Mr. Clarence Smith spent last Tues
day night and Wednesday at Willis-
ton, visiting Mr. Napoleon Smith Smith-Mr.
Mr. Smith-Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Smith were
spend the day guests of Dr. J. D.
Watkins at Micanopy Wednesday.
Mr. Cedrick Smith and sister, Mrs.
M. R. Beck, were guests of Miss
Elizabeth Mathews of Tacoma last
Thursday evening, Mrs. Beck staying
over until Friday afternoon.
We are sorry to report the illness
of our rural mail carrier, Mr. Har Harvey
vey Harvey Bruton. Mr. J. S. Duming is tak taking
ing taking the mail during his illness.
Mr. Clarence Smith left for Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, where he will resume his
studies at Draughon's Business Col College.
lege. College. Miss Olive Phiney of Raleigh, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Elvin Bru Bruton
ton Bruton this week.
Misses Theora, Leola and Rosalie
Smith accompanied Miss Loleta Rawls
ana brother Shade, of Montbrook, to
Gainesville Friday on a shopping
tour.
Miss Buela Rawls returned to her
heme Friday" after a week spent very
pleasantly with Mrs. T. N. Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C Epperson and
son R. C, and Mr. Napoleon Smith of
Williston, were guests of Mrs. L. 11.
Smith to dinner Sunday.
Mr. C. R. Curry was shopping in
Micanopy Saturday afternoon afternoon-Misses
Misses afternoon-Misses Theora and Leola Smith are
visiting Mrs. R. C. Epperson at Wil Williston
liston Williston this week.
Mr. Neal Mathews and Miss Annie
Mae Nettles of Flemington were
spend the day visitors at Mr. C. M.
Smith's.
Mr. Willie Whitehurst of Raleigk
was a Sunday caller here.

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OCALA EVENING STAR SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1915

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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

EUCALYPTUS TREKS
AND OTHER EXPERIMENTS

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

(Domestic)
One year, in advance $5.00
Six months, in advance 2.50
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BLOXHAM WILL BE BEATEN

Where the Williston Courier and
the few other friends of the proposed

Bloxham county obtain their enthus enthusiasm,
iasm, enthusiasm, we are unable to see. Talking
with prominent citizens from the
different sections of the affected dis district
trict district in this county, we do not find
enough 'Bloxham county votes to
elect a corporal's guard. Fairfield,
Flemington, Geiger, Blitchton, Irvine
all of these sections will give very
larce majorities against county divis-

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ion. n.ven iuorrisuun, inujuuiuvn.
Romeo are not solid for the division,
by any means; in fact, it is doubtful

if the Bloxhamites carry either Mont

Editor Star: I noticed a short edi editorial
torial editorial in your paper the othf-r day
concerning eucalyptus tree.--, recom recommending
mending recommending the planting of the.-e trees
all over the county and telling us that
they will grow 40 feet high and so
on. There is always some kind of a
plant boomed here. During the last
four years it was first the dashec-n,
then the spineless cactus and now it

i is the eucalyptus. All of these plants

have wonueriui qualities, so me sales salesmen
men salesmen tell us, and should be raised ex extensively
tensively extensively in their opinion. Being of
an inquisitive turn of mind, I gen generally
erally generally have been experimenting with
the boom plant for several years be before
fore before the eeneral ruh and scramble

fation for spying about two or three sfcts m an,i have formed an opinion
times as bad as they probably de- which differs from that of the very
serve. There is very little about mucn interested salesman.

(Foreign)

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

ANCIENTTEMPLES
Mighty Structures of Old Dwarfed
by Modern Skyscrapers.

TOWER OF BABEL A MIDGET.

American forts and harbors that any
i erson can't see or be told for the
M.sking.

A NUISANCE THAT WILL
PROBABLY BE ABATED

My spineless cactus I received from
the United States experimental sta station
tion station five years airo. They sent me

five or six varieties which all looked
alike to me and while some of the
leaves had hardly any spines at all,
the rest of them had. The fruit is

t; mAnv neoole in the edible but not good. Very sweet and

southern part of the city have been rather insipid. What is the use of

greatly annoyed by the excessive raising a ues-r. j.u.i.i. n. mi u.......
whistling of the engines on the A. C. where we are able to cultivate quite a

L. night trains, Nos. 37 and 38. as numuer oi me oe iu.u !.....-.
i;VqITVio rlncVioon will turn n dirtv nurnle

one citizen reraarseu, mcjr oic .

all the Deonle in town were dead, and when cooked and does not iook ap-

... 1 a. 11 rr 4Knin u

v.v nr MArriston. With the lew .! none, anu oesme it Mum.-

politicians who originated and are Engineers, as a general thing, are mealy. Nobody would ever preier it
agitating the movement, it is a des- very considerate men, so we don't to a sweet potato. I have "ticed
terate necessity to divide the coun- SUDDOse they had any idea how much that even a self-respecting hog will

ties, hence they are leaving no stone trouble they were making. But com- hesitate to dig it up.
nA oro nnrtifiilarlv indus- tftvpn twn and three There were some other widely ad-

trious in their work on the ignorant 0'ciock in the morning, they woke vertised things which I have tried,
negro vote, of which there are quite many nervous people, who couldn't The running blackberry will certain certain-a
a certain-a few in the affected territory. The get to sleep again, not to speak of the ly run, over thirty feet in a season,
strenuous financial condition of the sickt some Df whom positively suffer but refuses to bear fruit. The won won-country
country won-country is against Bloxhamites and from the noise. It must be remem- derberry I found to be an old acquain acquain-the
the acquain-the sensible voters are going to let bered tnat the Marion County Ilospi- tance, the common nightshade, solan solan-wait
wait solan-wait pnmirh alone and not add to the fQi ia ; ono vards of the line. urn nigrum, which was considered

woes of an already burdensome condi- It is impossible for the trains to poisonous before it advanced from a
tion by having the great added ex- pass thru in silence, as there are two weed to a garden fruit. This year I

penses saddled upon them of financ- crossings, Orange avenue and the tried the coreless tomato, wnicn nas
ing an entirely new county, without Lake Weir road, where the whistles more core instead of less,
a dollar to start with. If times were must be biown in compliance to not But to return to our eucalyptus
flush, both county's finances in good only raiir0ad regulations but the state trees. I wish to state that the major major-condition
condition major-condition and money plentiful, the law However, it is possible for an ity of them do not make good shade
natural buoyancy of "good times and engineer to blow effectively for a trees, their foliage being rather loose,
easy money" might make many vot- croSsing without waking half a town, They grow remarkably fast but are

ers willing to create a new coumy on an(j the star has no doubt tnat now i"unicu w .....
the theory that "I am willing to try their attention has been called to it, heavy. Of five eucalyptus, different
anything once." the competent men on 37 and 38 will varieties, I planted five years ago,
Conditions in county finances are put the soft pedal on their whistles only one is alive today. Three were
hard enough, in all consciousness, and as much as possible. frozen to the ground last November,
the voters, most of whom are tax- matter was brought to the at- hen the temperature went down to

payers, know this, and are not going tention of District Superintendent H. 26 degrees. Une, the eucalyptus im-
to jump from the frying pan into the 0 Mc Arthur Friday. To show how inalis, became top-heavy and tore
fire. prompt Mr. McArthur is in such loose from the ground. The viminahs
One man, in his argument against matters, the letter to him at Gaines- variety, by the way, is the only large
Bloxham county, used a figure, of viile was mailed in Ocala at 1 o'clock eucalyptus I have seen in this part of
speech so plain that the most illiter- Friday afternoon, and at 9 o'clock the country, near East Palatka. The
ate voter in the county could not fail jast night a reply was received with leaves resemble the weeping willow
to see his point. He said: thanks for calling the matter to his but the tree did not look very orna-
"Those in favor of county division tit.inn. and inclosiner the following mental. Its growing only a few hun-

will tell vou that it will not cost bulletin which he had immediately is- dred yards from the St. Johns river

much to start the new county, and sued:
you will not feel the difference in your Gainesville, Fla., Aug. 12, 1915.
taxes. Did one of you farmers ever Bulletin Books: Engineers.
sell out your farm and go to an en- j &m advised by some cf the citi

tirely new location; start irom me f Q that Nos 37 and 38

It Would Not Reach Two-thirds of tho
Way Up to the Top of tho Eiffel Tow

er, That Sways 984 Feet In tho Air.
Big Buildings and tho Pyramids.
It has lung been the popular Impres Impression
sion Impression that the modern effort to pierce
the clouds with skyscrapers Is but a
ft-el.le imitation of the work of those
an. ient sons of -Noah whose memory
is iiTiK-tuated In the Bible. Beading
in the eleventh chapter of GenesLs,
where it tells of the ieple attempting
to erect the Tower of Babel, "whose
top may reach unto heaven." it strikes
one that they must have gone farther

toward realizing their ambition than
w e of today may ever hope to do.
But as a matter of fact when the
Lord halted building oierations by
eon founding the workers language and

senttirinir them broadcast over the

eartli the summit of the tower was but

one stade. or 01 feet 9 inches, from

the level of the plain.

The Ziggurrat. or temple tower of

Babylon. Is dcscriled by Herodotus as
li:ivlnr eiirht states, each somewhat

narrower than the one directly beneath
it. The top was reached by a gradual gradual-lv
lv gradual-lv risinsr ppiral ascent, and on the top

most tier was a shrine wherein the god
Marduk was supposed to dwell. IHo IHo-dorus
dorus IHo-dorus says this shrine contained three
colossal golden images one of Bel, one
of Ileitis and the third of Ithea or Ish Ish-tar
tar Ish-tar together with two golden lions,
two enormous silver serpents and a
golden table forty feet long and fifteen
feet wide.
The tower, as the Bible sets forth.

was built of brick, with slime for mor mortar.
tar. mortar. This slime. It Is believed, was
natural asphaltum obtained from near nearby
by nearby springs. Apes after the building

operations had leen interrupted by the

OCALA,
FLORIDA

CAPITAL and SURPLUS

$85J0

We solicit new business with a view
of making it mutually profitable.

be torn oien at last and their content
ruthlessly made away with.
Of modem editices the tallest by far ;
is the great MifTel tower of I'arK s
whose steel webUtl structure picn e :
the blue to a height of UM feet-. Then
comes the Wool worth building in New
York, the loftiest otliee building in the
world, its flfty-tivc stories rising 7."o ;
feet Into the air. The bei-'ht of others
is: Metroitolitan Life buildin-j:. New
York, fifty stories. Tm ri-t :: inehes;
Singer building. New Y rk. forty-one
stories, ti!2 feet 1 inch: Washington j

monument. Washington. feet: t
I'.'gue cathedral spire. tolne. Ier
many. 517 feet: Kouen cathedral'spire.
Kouen. France. A'.rj feet: cufola of St
Peter's. Rome. 4R feet: St. Paul's.
London. 3 feet.
The loftiest olH?liks ever const rui-ted
are those mentioned by lUodorus Sieii Sieii-lus.
lus. Sieii-lus. which rose l.Vi feet and were elev eleven
en eleven feet tlihkat the base and seven feet
thick at the top. One of the world's
largest domes is that of the Human
Pantheon. 14J feet In diameter and l-KJ
feet high.
.The ancient peoples were gTeat fr
then methods of embalming, for their
art. their literature, their general cul culture.
ture. culture. But when It comes to building

skyscrapers they will have to give way

Sefbre 4ot 6vcf see Ots

Maker's wrath Nebuchadnezzar under- ,c 0; and

took, with iuumerejiBucm,wiw.- Wool worth building, who have
the ruins to their. former stote. rced the clouds without their lan-
The modern ruins of Babel were sup- e i the .light-

nosed to be represented by the great -.-

rile of Blrs Nlmroud, which stood in

Borsippa, eight miles from the ancient
city of Babylon. Its sides were from
373 to 043 feet long, and the edifice still

rises to a height of 153 feet.

est. San Francisco Chronicle.

Death by the Bowstring.
In Turkey and Persia the bowstring
Is the method of execution. This Is a

The next structures in point of an- Btout cord of catgut placed around the

tiquity are the pyramids of Egypt, -victim's neck with two supknois,
tiioco nro tha oldest and most mvsteri- which are suddenly drawn tight by

" . .... n..A. I ti.Ij L-tlla tTm rrlml- 1

ous of man s worts sun exisung. uui i two Birong men.
they are not really so tall, considered nal by strangulation. London Tele

In the light of present day achieve-1 graph.

ments. The createst, known as the

nront Prramld of Cheons or Khufu. Great Scheme.

was originally 481 feet 4 Inches high "I'm going to marry n girl ten years
and 755 feet square at the base. The older than I a." says the philosopher
second that of Chephren or Khafra of folly, "so that I can catch .up with
was 472 feet high and 700 feet wide, her by the time I'm flfty'-Cleveland

The third that of Mycerlnus or Men- Leader.

NOW FOR Q fiT ?
JpS

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 COT IT."

MARION HARDWARE
PHONE 118,

COMPANY
OCALA, FLA.

may account for the fact that it was
not frozen long ago. The only tree
I have left now is of the species euca eucalyptus
lyptus eucalyptus robusta, or Australian mahog mahogany.
any. mahogany. This one was a beautiful speci-

i i t a. i :u I l ahi with rnthor npn w T o l

jump, ciear muu, i, passing through Ocala are using tne ; -
dwelling, barn and other out-houses, M unnecessarily. You under- ge and bearing beautiful white
dig wells and grow your first crop? stand these trains pass through Ocala flowers. The frost of last Jsovem-

And do vou remember anything about a irrVli. nnA T wUh bcr killed about live leet ot tne top

1 III LUC llllUUlv; VIA Ulv t w, v m. .w i i

the cost Well, tnis cost is just in pro- i i,:0 motf Mneolv u '- ""

portion to commencing a new county, ,v Hft vou whisties where Uhat even now, in August, the tree

with nothiner to start on and in prob-L, lom anA nnt. s has-not regained its former size and

ablv worse circumstances than yau.l. ... A. v. eA.fr,nn beauty. Irom my experience 1 be

for the new county will have absolute- f fce cit fa order to ke f rom dis. iieve that eucalyptus are too tender
lv nothing to commence with." vl for this part of Florida and when

IvUL'Ulg uvvyivi i ..

pianteu win prove a uisajipomuiicni.

ung tne people.

Very truly yours,
H. O. McArthur,
District Superintendent.

kaura was never completed, but it
stood, nevertheless, 215 feet high and
3ta feet square at the base.
In all nearly seventy of these pyra pyramids
mids pyramids have Imh?u located, and, inasmuch
as they all apiear to have been royal
sepulchers, it Is the belief that the

dynasties of the builders covered a pe-

The busy man Is troubled with but
one devil, "the idle man by a thousand.
Spanish Proverb.

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

. i i ii .i rrH I Drac Store. lo-tl

riOU OI U l ll'UM U UIUIWUUU jrco. I e

area of the Great Pyramid is more than

thirteen acres above twice as great

ns that of SL Peter's at Kome. The

passages leading to the chambers con

taining the royal mummies defied de

tection for tbmimuuLa of vcara. onl V

OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS

The refusal of General Funston to
become excited over the "invasion" of

Over a year ago, the Times-Union
advised the administration to call on
the leading South American nations
for co-operation in the Mexican trou trouble.
ble. trouble. The administration didn't com

ply at the time, but has begun to Texas by Mexicans is a good sign,
work on something along that line The people of the United States have
now. Its first step of course is a very reason to believe that their govern-
kind appeal to Mexicans to behave, ment will take the word of a Mexican
which few of the Mexicans are heed- jn preference to theirs any day. But
ing and some are answering with in- jf the matter is left in Funston's
suit. This peeves the T.-U., and it hands it is safe to hope it will be

says it would rather we had not properly attended to. Funston

adopted such a policy if Uncle Sam wouldn't like anything any better
is going to be a suppliant, or words to than to clean up the entire bunch of
that effect. The Star never believed greasers who are causing the trouble

in the United States trying to estab- jf he thought he had cause.

lish order in Mexico in any way ex-

The Question is, what kind ot a

plant will be boomed next. Perhaps

it is time to give the roselle a trial.

Dr. L. H. van Engelken.

cept with a club, and thinks that ask asking
ing asking the other greaser nations to co

operate is foolishness. If the experi-
ment is to be tried, however, it is

proper for the administration to first

We never could understand why so

thundering much concern about us,
anvhowl We have had no vocation

f
but newspaper editing during a quar

ter of a century, and throughout that

send a peaceful note. If it backs that Sprvice we have never advocated

up with the club it will be acting anything that was wrong, never op-

somewnere near correcny. McaA QTVI7tu:no. tw was ritrht. never

attacked or even criticised anybody

Well, if Europe doesn't buy our in their personal capacity, and never

bumper wheat crop, our people at -wrote anything that was not so

home will nave cneaper Dreaa. i Now. what is there about a record

like that which could or should keep

The Star is not in the least bit in-1 any of the neighbors stirred up ?

clined to join a number of the other J St. Petersburg Times,
state papers in throwing brickbats at J Its so very unusual.

Jacksonville. It must say, however,

that when all things are taken into! Now that the Seaboard has made

consideration that the practice of extensive plans for finances, they
Jacksonville drugstores charging 10 ought to extend their line of road
cents for a bromo-seltzer the morn- from here to Brooksville. Inverness
ing after looks like a conspiracy as Chronfcle.

the result of trade the trade being! Perhaps it will.

with the saloons the night before.

CENTER SHOTS

Seminoles in the Everglades have

the whooping cough but happily it

is not the war-whooping cough. Day Day-tona
tona Day-tona Journal.

Some one with a small canning

nlant could heln save hundreds of

i

bushels of pears by canning them on
shares. The crop this year is extra

large and fine quality. Summerfield

Chronicle.

Fall in line be a good roads boost

er, leu your county commissimicia

you want to see a bond issue for that

purpose. The extra taxation won't be

a quarter bushel of cowpeas.

merfield Chronicle.

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

ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

Ocala ChamerNo. 29. O. E. S

meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of eacL

month at 730 o clock.

Mrs. Emily Webb, W. M.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, Sec'y.
ODD FELLOWS

I
I
y

i

Ewryfeoiy
Waits 1

"In Bottles"
OF COURSE

Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works

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

Tulala. Lodee No. 22. I. O. O. F..

meets In Yonge's Hall every Tuesday t

eVenlng at 8 o'clock. A warm wei- j

come always extend a to vismnp :
brethren. M. M. Little, N. G. j

W. L- Colbert, Secretary.

11

-Sum-

Go North by Sea

MERCHANTS & MINERS fRAHS.CO

Steamship Lines
Jacksonville
TO
Boston
New York
Baltimore
Washinnton
Philadelphia

IARIO.M)UNN MASONIC IX1IK3E

Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &

A. M.. meets on tne nrsi ana iniru

Thursday evening' of each month at t

8:00 o'clock, until further notice.

A. rJ. tfurneu, w. si.
Jake Brown. Secretary Ad
WOODMK OF TIIK WOULD

Fort King Camp No. 14 mets at

the K. of P. Hall at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Vlfcltln?
sovereigns are always welcome.

J. w. Lamar,
Chas. K. Sage. Herk.
CONCORDIA LODGK F. V. OT A.

THE GREATEST HOT WEATHER COMFORT IS TIIK

A block of our ice will do more to keep you cool and healthy during
this hot weather than anything ele and tho co:-t is the merest trifle.
Keep your refrigerator well charged with our ice and you 'can charge
off drug bill.', bad temper and most other torrid time ills.

OCALA. FLA

Ocala Ice Sl PacMitp Co.

PHONE 34

Strange- that Lambright hasn't

New

service.

thought of it, but Cash-in was a most steamers. Through fares and tickets

appropriate name for Becker s father all j;orthem and Western points,
confessor. Orlando Reporter-Star. Automobiles carried.

Concordia Lodge. Fraternal Union j

i m t .-v in v Art jti a ii a ii i

Steamers. Low tares. w TJZ'T tat eenlne of

Wireless telegraph on all month Geo. l. Taylor. F. M

Chas. K. Sage. Secretar. Ad ;

GOOD NEWS

Adrian P. Jordan, of Punta Gorda,

TirP food and druff insDector for the The Dunnellon Phosphate Co. is

state of Florida, and editor of the putting new cables on its dredges

Punta Gorda Herald, spent several preparatory to starting its mines.

dnvs in Tallahassee this week. In- Inverness Chronicle.

w

spector Jordan's term expired yester

day. Col. Jordan is one of the bestj

known men in the state of Florida,
and is always a welcome visitor to

Tallahassee. Tallahassee Record.

If the Star was governor, it would

give Jordan another term. It would
h imnossihle to find a more con

scientious man.

That German spy case over in West

Florida is nrobably a mare's nest.

The Germans have a devil of a repu-

SUNDAY SERVICES AT

THE METHODIST CHURCH

Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.
Preaching, 11 a. m.

Junior League, 3 p. m.
Senior Leacrue. 4 p. m.

Preaching, 7:45 p. m.
All cordially invited.
J. M. Gross, Pastor.

For reservations, tickets, etc
Address
n. C AVERY. AGENT
Jacksonville, Fla.

rf rmirse it was a shame that

Becker, having exhausted every ap

peal proposed by law, did not have an
unprecedented review of his case. One

1 fifteen men have been

Aiw.ww.,ifo,l Kv hr ;tnte of New ficial becrins to leei inai way it is

Vnri- hut. it is to be reirretted that "the people" turned him out, initn

one did not enjoy a favor over and they will proceed to do at the very

above the statutory safeguards offer- first opportunity. Palatka News.

eil one hundred and fourteen. Times

Union.

The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 23
Pthinn Sisters, meets every Tuesday

afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members are

cordially invited to meet witn us.

Lena lompttins, -i- tu. v.
Kate B. Howell. M. R.
KNIGHTS OF rYTIIIA3

White Star Line Transfer Co.

TEAMS FOR RENT LIGHT AND HEAVY
PHONE 296

HAULING DONE

We wdl

BEAVER BOARD

Superior to Plaster or

Ceiling in Quality
and Price
INVESTIGATE

r ")

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

the Best

COLLIER BROS., Proprietors

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Convention?
... mm- 1 A. O a 4

held every aionaay at o f- '"7, 1

Probably no state in the Union has castle Hall, over the James Carlisle t

n it.- rr 4 tx-n i- nnv more. I tl rll CSlOre. A tuiuiai

icii me eiitrvis m. j 17.." t iU C C

And when Woodrow writes a note if as much as has flonaa. Anu C- sa k: of R. S. Ad

with teeth in it, they are very apt topiorjja continues her forward stride.

Another fresh shipment of Triola
sweets just in at Gerig'a. d tf.

be wisdom teeth. Columbia, (S. C.) I
State.

m m m
The Tampa Times calles him Plag Plagiarist
iarist Plagiarist Park. Why not tag the whole
outfit of senatorial candidates like
this: Ulagiarist Park, Nervy or Neg Negative
ative Negative Nat, Piping, Plethoric, Puissant

or Patriotic Perry, Amiable, Active,

Actrressive. AerErravatinjr Albert?

Orlando Reporter-Star.

Well, the Honorable R. Hudson

Burr has turned out just like all po

litical demagogues. He feels that he

I "rules bv divine right." When an of-

Key West Journal.

CHAPTER. NO. 13, R. A. M.

For the life of us, we can't tell what

thee "goody-goody" deacons and eld- Chapter No. 13, R. A
ers who have grown rich renting the fourth Friday in ever
. i t. 0-0 ;no. to 8 p. m. H. S. W

stores to saloon Keepers, are gums w

do with their property after October

1. Jacksonville Floridian.

Regular convocations of the Ocala

M.. on ine

ry montn a
ti r

P. m. XI. o. uesswii,

Jake it'0n. oecreuirj1.

Mclvcr & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALM ERS
PHONES 47, 104, 303
OCALA, FLORIDA

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

Ocala Lodee No. 286. Benevolent 1

aud Protective Orde' of Elks, meets,

thevsecond and fourtn Tfciesaay even- r
Inirs in each month. Visiting breth-

ren always welcome. Club house j
oonosite nostofflr. ast Bide.

r r T

L. IL. von tngeiKen, x. iw
Nelson Geise, Secretary. At.

I
1

i f - Mai. I

STONES TO ji

't OPPOOTTJNITYT5

jOURCL-ASSIFrED

AS OFFER BETTER

PO SITiONS AND j s

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r"V,
OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY. AUGUST 14. 1915
THREE
I Cr&ttZZrZZZZZZZZ

(Q)

AT THE

TEMPLE THEATER

PROGRAM

THE WRONG WOMAN Edison three-reel drama, featuring Mabel
Trunnelle, Gladys Hulette and Augustus Phillips.
THE BUSY BELL BOY Luhin comedy, featuring Pat Rooney and
Marion Bent.

PATHE NEWS AND CARTOON Harry Thaw po?es for Pathe.
ADMISSION FROM .1:30 TO 10:20. FIVE AND TEN CENTS
CHANGE OF PROGRAM DAILY

OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS

(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone 106)

Bank

"tie Commercial

OCAI.. FLOKtOA.

CAPITAL STOCK S50.000.00.
loisMv unit City Depository.

"WE TREAT YOUR LAUNDRY WHITE"

I No Extra Charge

For delivering work the same day it is received if it is sent in early

II and immediate delivery requested. This feature of OUR LAUNDRY

is quite convenient for traveling men and transient people generally.

g We use the best of everything that goes to giving absolute satisfac

tion. Your clothes will last longer when laundered with modern
appliances than by the antiquated methods of years gone by. Come
in and inspect our plant and see our methods of handling collars.
PHONE 21
Imperial Steam Laundry
Phone 21, Ocala, Fla.

Rt. Rev. Abbott Charles, President. Rev. Father Benedict, Director.
. St. Leo College
Saint Leo, Pasco County, Florida
Five Miles West of Dade City and 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 and
A; C. L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 15, 1915

NEW YORK AND RETURN

VTA

CL

YDE

LINE

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

EXCURSION TO JACKSONVILLE
VIA

E A

ARB

MONDAY f .TU
august ILuPUM

RATES

OCALA.

2.00 Hawthorne 2.00

... oaa Lochloosa 2.00
Anthony 2.00 T Art
J Inverness $2.00
sParr 2-00 Dunnellon 2.00
Citra. 2-00 Morriston 2.00
Island Grove 2.00 Williston 2.00

Tickets on sale for all regular trains Aug. lGth. Good returning on
2 all regular trains to and including Aug. 19th, 1915.

Extra Coaches
J G. Z. PHILLIPS, A. G. P. A.,
Jacksonville, Fla.-

Plenty of Room
JOHNBOISSEAU, C. T. A.,
Ocala, Florida.

Thought for the Day
There are some hearts like wells
green mo?sed and deep
As ever summer saw;
And cool their water is; yea, cool
and sweet,
But you never come to draw.
Caroline Spencer.
U. D. C. Monthly Meeting
Mrs. E. L. Carney entertained Dick Dick-ison
ison Dick-ison Chapter, U. D. C, yesterday aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, at the monthly meeting at
her home on Oklawaha avenue. Mrs.
Carney received her guests with the
cordial hospitality that characterizes
a'l of her affairs, passing them on to
the rear of the reception hall, where
a most refreshing punch was served
by Mrs. Wagnon of Tampa and Miss
Irma Blake.
After all the guests had assembled
the meeting was opened with prayer.
A short business session, Mrs. Car Carney,
ney, Carney, first vice president, presiding in
the absence of the president, Mrs. D.
E. Mclver. Mrs. Sistrunk acted as
recording secretary in the absence of
Miss Annie Atkinson.
The minutes of the last meeting
were read and approved, as were the
reports of standing committees. Mrs.

R. G. Blake and Mrs. J. C. Caldwell i
were appointed a committee for the

current month to visit the sick and
needy.
After adjournment there followed a
delightful social hour, the hostess
serving fruit salad with wafers and
punch. She was assisted by Mrs. Wag Wagnon
non Wagnon and Mrs. Blake. The special
guests of the chapter for the after afternoon
noon afternoon were Mrs. V. K. Lane, Mrs.
Belle Mershon, Mrs. R. H. Sanders
and Mrs. Wagnon.
Miss Emily Stotesbury expects to
leave tomorrow for an extended visit
to friends in Canada, going first to
the home of Mrs. David Kilgore, near
Toronto.
The many friends of Miss Fanny
Robinson will learn with sincere re regret
gret regret that since going to Jacksonville
she has been obliged to undergo an
cperation, having her nose treated at
one of the hospitals in that city.
Mrs. E. Van Hood left today for
the mountains of North Carolina to
join her daughter, Miss Marguerite
Porter at Minnehaha Camp near Bat
Cave for a visit of several weeks.
Later they hope to be joined by Dr.
Hood and together they will go to
Lookout Mountain for the balance of
the summer. Mrs. Hood was accom

panied as far as Jacksonville by her
grandson, James Collier, who has been
her guest for some time, and is re returning
turning returning to his home in Tuscaloosa,
Ala., today.
Mr. C. II. Dame returned today
from a several weeks business trip
through the southern part of the
state in the interest of the Woodnren
of the World.
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Miss Jessie Robles, one of Tampa's
prettiest and most attractive young
ladies, concluded a short visit to Miss
Marguerite Howell, returning to her
home yesterday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Clyatt left
yesterday afternon for Franklin, N.
C, to spend several weeks, guests at
the Willis House.
Miss Rosebud Robinson returned
yesterday from a short visit to Mrs.
Gustave Robertson at her pretty
home in Citra.
Mrs. Marcus Frank and children,
who have been in Savannah and Ashe-

ville for some time, are expected
home early next week.
Mrs. Mae Bingham went to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville this afternoon for a short
visit to her brother, Mr. Locke Bing Bingham
ham Bingham and family.

Mrs. H. F. Watt and daughter and
her house guests, Dr. and Mrs. G. W.
McKay and little son, left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for a ten days stay at Woodmar
on Lake Weir. Dr. Watt will join his
family for an evening when profes professional
sional professional duties permit.

Mrs. William Hocker and trio of

charming little daughters left this
afternoon for Elizabethtown, Ky. Mrs.

Hocker will visit relatives in Louis

ville before returning home in October.

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Brownlee and

children of Starke, are the week-end
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Igou and

family, arriving this afternoon in
their car. They are en route to Day Day-tona
tona Day-tona Beach, where they will establish
a camp for the next few weeks, and
enjoy to the fullest the ideal life of
the seashore.
Dr. and Mrs. James S. Jackson and
daughters, the Misses Ethel and hel hel-en,
en, hel-en, are making their plans for a
month's stay at Miami Beach. Misses
Jackson intend to leave early in Sep September
tember September for Science Hall, N. C, where
they are enrolled in a preparatory
school. Miami Metropolis.

Mrs. W. M. Wagnon will return to
her home in Tampa tomorrow after

noon after a short visit to her aunt,
Mrs. Dan Morgan Smith.
Mrs. T. K. Slaughter and son left
yesterday afternoon over the limited

for Jackson, Ga., to join Dr. Slaugh Slaughter
ter Slaughter and their little daughter, who left
two weeks ago for a visit at the home
of his parents. Before returning
home Mrs. Slaughter will make a

round of visits to friends and rela-!

liw.-s in Atlanta.
Dance Last Evening
The Woman's Club building pre presented
sented presented an animated scene last evening
when the Jingo Club, with a few
friends enjoyed the happiest evening
of the summer season. Altho the
night was a sweltering one, it did not
in the least interfere with the pleas pleasures
ures pleasures of the dance; the room being
large and well stocked with electric
fans. A three-piece orchestra fur furnished
nished furnished inspiring music and through throughout
out throughout the evening a refreshing frozen
strawberry punch was served by Miss
Agnes Burford.
Those enjoying the cordial hospital hospitality
ity hospitality of the merry Jingo Club were
Misses Catherine and Mary Harriet
Livingston, Agnes and Mary Burford,
Gladys and Theo Wallis, Rexie Todd,
Carol Perrenot, Nellie Beckham, Rose Rosebud
bud Rosebud Robinson, Ellen Leigh, Alice Sex Sexton,
ton, Sexton, Leslie Jackson, Ethel Haycraft,
Onie Chazal, Sidney Perry, Mabel
MetTert, Messrs. Joe Borden, Joe Bla Bla-lock,
lock, Bla-lock, Maurice Kelly, Jim Rentz, Whit
Palmer, Holmes Walters, Carlisle Iz Iz-lar,
lar, Iz-lar, Claude Hickle, J. D. McDonald,
Welsh Dewey, Albert Harriss, Carol
Blalock, Wayne TenEyck, Sam Math Mathews,
ews, Mathews, William Bullock, Homer Small,
Dick Stroud, Pierce Rentz, Carlton
Ervin, Hugh Geiger. Mr. and Mrs. C.
L. Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. C. II.
Lloyd chaperoned.
Miss Ruth Nelson, who is one of the
most popular members of the young younger
er younger society set in Hyde Park Place,
Tampa, and whose engagement to
Capt. C. H. Rorebeck is creating so
much social interest, was the recip recipient
ient recipient of a most unique and beautiful
"yacht shower" yesterday afternoon,
the affair being planned and arrang arranged
ed arranged by the children in the neighbor neighborhood
hood neighborhood with whom she is a prime fav favorite.
orite. favorite. A yacht, surrounded by the
most realistic artificial sea, was plac placed
ed placed in the center of the large sitting
room at the home of a neighbor. The
ship was in full sail and the lights
wore so arranged as to cast a morn morning
ing morning glow and the effect was indeed
very beautiful. Miss Nelson was
greatly surprised and the thoughtful thoughtful-ness
ness thoughtful-ness and love of her little playmates
so beautifully expressed touched her
heart deeply. The ship's cargo was
soon landed and every package prov proved
ed proved some dainty and useful article.
The entire affair was the work of the
children and one of the most original
and attractive of the many that are
being given in compliment to this
greatly loved little bride-elect.
Miss Helen Lester, a charming
young lady from Key West, who is
the house guest of Misses Marion and
Hester Dewey, was the guest of honor
this afternoon at a lovely informal
auction party given by Miss Dorothy
Schreiber at 4 o'clock. The tables for
the players were placed on the ver veranda
anda veranda of the Schreiber home, which is

most attractive with vines and sum summer
mer summer flowers. Mints were placed in lit little
tle little compotes and enjoyed as the
games progressed, and at the con conclusion
clusion conclusion of the afternoon Miss Schreib Schreiber,
er, Schreiber, assisted by her mother, Mrs. F. T.
Schreiber, served an assortment of
delicious sandwiches and refreshing
iced tea. Miss Lester was presented
two prety handkerchiefs as a souvenir
of this pleasant affair, and a box of
stationery was given the one holding
the highest score. Sharing the pleas pleasures
ures pleasures of the afternoon with Miss
Schreiber and the honoree were Miss Misses
es Misses Marion and Hester Dewey, Hope
Robinson, Rosebud Robinson, Kath Kathleen
leen Kathleen Jackson, Alice Bullock, Adele

Bittinger, Mary McDowell, Katherine
McNabb, Marie Keel, Mrs. Herbert

Lattner and Mrs. L. P. Wilson.
Mrs. E. M. Howard, who has been
quite indisposed since last Saturday,
is greatly improved today, much to
the delight of her host of admiring
friends.
Mr. James Brooks, who has been
enjoying a well earned vacation, went
down to Tampa to visit friends for a
few days. Mr. Brooks will resume his
duties in one of Tampa's leading
banks some time in the early autumn.
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Mrs. M. J. Roess and children re returned
turned returned this morning from a fortnight
stay at North Lake Weir. They made
their home in Miss- Annie Davis' cot cottage
tage cottage during the visit.
Miss Blair Woodrow returned to
the lake this afternoon after a de delightful
lightful delightful week-end in the city, the
guest of Miss Onie Chazal.
Mrs. William Preece returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday from a delightful round of
visits to friends in Tampa and Or Orlando.
lando. Orlando. Mrs. L. P. Wilson has as her guest

for a few days Miss Marie Keel of
Allendale, S. C. Miss Keel is en route

to her home from a round of visits to
friends in South Florida.
Mr. T. T. Munroe left today for
Franklin, N. C, to join Mrs. Munroe
for a stay of several weeks.

SUCCESS
Our success depends on the success of the community.
We invite any one who needs the service of a strong banking institution
to call and talk over their plans with us.
The Ocala National Bank
Capital and Surplus $90,000
OCALA FLORIDA

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Mothr Ramembers.
A hall Ixilrooui, a battered suit can,
a single bed. a cheap washstand. plan planter
ter planter falling .rni the walls. lonelines
aud-
A iost card from mother!
Your birthday! Huh! Almost for forgot.
got. forgot. Funny that mother didn't forgtt.
No-o, she didn't forget. It Isn't a
mother's way.
What, weeping? Lot 'em come. ly.
Tears more uiauly were never shed shed-Save
Save shed-Save the card. It's sacrd. Twenty
years from now you'll weep over It
again and thank Cod for the chance.
Say a prayer for Its sender, the bet
mother a fellow evor had.
And then sit down and write well.
write Just the kind of letter she's been
waiting to receive from her boy.
Cleveland Press.

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ND HERE IS THE PLACE TO BUY THEM,
Our slore Is known all over this sec

tion ol Florida as the leading Grocery, f

Here Is a list ol CASH SPECIALS lor

Saturday 14th, and Monday 16th

Napoleon's Ocean Prison.
The Iron duke was responsible for
Napoleon's exile to St. Helena. Return

ing from India in 1SCI, Wellington's j
ship touched at St. Helena, and the

soldier was heard to remark upon the
utter barrenness and desolation of the
place. Upon getting Into the ship's gig
after taking leave of the civil and mil military
itary military authorities of the island Welling Wellington
ton Wellington said to the governor, "If I had an
enemy whom I wished to bury alive I'd
send him to this island.". The over overthrow
throw overthrow of Napoleon gave him the "ene "enemy"
my" "enemy" and the wish, and be did not for forget
get forget the place.

Brookfield Butter
at per pound..

34c

Would Wait Nothing.
A woman was engaging a cook, and,
having almost brought the interview
to a successful termination, said:
"There Is one thing, Mary; I do hope
you are not wasteful."
"Wasteful, mum! Why, Lor' bless
you, I'd eat till I busted rather than
waste anythlnk." London Tlt-BIts.

Irishpotatoes.mea- OCp
lyand white, pk.
Lard Compound per ftp
pound OK
Kingan.s Smoked En
Shoulders, lb,.. 13t
Kingan's Smoked -I O JL
plate Bacon lb 2

Kingan's Salt Plate Ba Ba-con,6
con,6 Ba-con,6 to 8 lb 44
average AJLl

White Bacon
per pound

Tall Pink Salmon
per tin

No. 2 tins Baltimore
Tomatoes per tin

No. 2 tins Bait. To Tomatoes,
matoes, Tomatoes, doz

lOel

7c

75c

France.
The name of France Is derived from
the Francl, or Franks, a people of Ger Germany
many Germany who seized that part of the coun country
try country nearest the Rhine and settled there.
Later on they subdued Paris and made
that the royal seat of their Increasing
empire.
Two In One.
Suspicious Policeman (at entrance to
ilde show) What's that Infernal rack racket
et racket Inside? Ticket Seller It's only de
two headed lady disputln' wld each
otber. New York Times.

Where He Wasn't Slow.
Boss (to new boy) You're the slow slowest
est slowest youngster we've ever had. Aren't
you quick at any time? Boy Yes, sir.
Nobody can get tired as quick as I can.
Boston Transcript.

Self control, however difficult at first,
becomes step by step easier and more
delightful.

PICNIC AT ANTnONY

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 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.
RECOMMENDS CHAMBERLAIN'S
COLIC CHOLERA AND
DIARROHEA REMEDY

"I never hesitate to recomend Cham

berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrohea

Remedy, writes Sol Williams, mer

chant, Jesse, Tenn. "I sell more of it

than any other preparation of like
character. I have used it myself and
found it gave me more relief than any anything
thing anything else I have ever tried for the
same purpose." Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Too Long to Be Entirely Valid.
Oliver Knox read tome published
letters In a breach-of-prnmise suit, and
laughed. "This idiot wrote to the
girl that he would love her always,"
he commented. "Now I contend that
'always Is the longest word In the
dictionary, and no wise man ever uses
it" -No. retorted his discerning wife,
"and no wise woman would beliey
him it h did

A new line of high grade stationery
in all the latest styles and cuts at
Ceng's. tf.

On Saturday and Monday, 17
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol-

cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf

lar's worth of other groceries, for

SEE THE FARM on tne Silver

Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with

fresb egetf les, milk and eggs, tf

ADVERTISE IN THE STAR,

Have you tried those delicious Max

ixe cherries? 50 cents per pound, at

Gerig's. tf.

- The Court fharmacy serves fresh
BUTTERMILK all the time; 5 cents

per glass. Try it. tf

FRESH buttermiiK at the Court

Pharmacy fountain every day. tf

Some Good Things to Eat Which Yon Will
Find Here
North Carolina Salt Roe Herring
Saloml Sausage. Cervelat Sausage
Frankfurters In Oil, Finnan Hatidlc
Kippered, Herring In Tomato Sauce
Cod Fish Balls, Boston Brown Bread,
Dromedary Bates, Seeded Raisins,
Imported Roquefort Cheese, Camembcrt
- Cheese and many others.

MBHHHHiHHHMIMSMBHeMBHeMeHiHMIBeHeSeam

PHONE 16
OClIV. FLORIDA

Affleck Millinery
PARLOR
We wish to announce to our patrons and
friends that we have made arrangements to guar guarantee
antee guarantee to our customers better service than thej
have received at our hands for several seasons.
We have secured the able and efficient services of
a trimmer direct from Armstrong, Cater & Co., of
Baltimore, bringing with her their highest and
most excellent recommedation and comes to us as
a trimmer of seventeen seasons' experience and
one having fine artistic taste and exceptional
capabilities At present she .is in the above
wholesale house getting up our pattern hats while
receiving all the new ideas and watching develop developments.
ments. developments. She will also attend the large openings in
New York and a3 early as the Leading Styles of
the season are fully determined she will arrive at
the Affleck Millinery Parlor, thoroughly, equipped in
in every way to serve the people of Ocala and
vicinity with the most exclusive ideas in Millinery
with every new novelty and design with all the
latest styles from the Parisian Modistes.
HELVENSTON'S STORE
OCALA, FLORIDA.

ROLLINS COLLEGE, WINTER PARK
Oldest College and Most Beautiful Campus in Florida College, Academy,

Music, Expression, Fine Arts, Domestic and Industrial Arts, Bus Business,
iness, Business, Teachers Course
TwpIvp TrtiiM intra, stpam Thst electric lights, fire crotection. fine irviu-

nasium, no malaria, quarter-million dollar endowment. Three teachers of
. . .

music, 55,000 organ? a dozen pianos, two tiiee uuds, cnorus ciass. oupero
new rooms for Business School, full banking equipment. New chemical
and physical laboratories, equipped with every modern device; analyris of
soils, fertilizers, foods, water, preparation for Engineering Course. Lakes,
boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, basketball; Christian but unde undenominational;
nominational; undenominational; expenses moderate; scholarships available. For catalogue
address, SECRETARY, Winter Park, Fla.

PUT YOUR AD IN THE STAR



OCA LA EVENING STAR SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1915

FOUR

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V OCALA OCCURENCES

HIGH DIVER AT THE SPRINGS

Mr. Nathan Mayo, the Summerfield
merchant and lumber man, is in the
city today transacting business.

Mr. George Dyke, Burbank's lead leading
ing leading merchant is among the visitors in
town today.
" W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida.

we TOOT OF

Mr. J. T. Clayton ha3 purchased
the Counts pressing club on Osceola
street just north of the Star office.
Mr. Marcus Frank has returned
from a business trip to Tampa.

Try one of those frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tf
Phil Robinson spent last week in
Tampa looking after the loading of
a cargo of phosphate. Inverness
Chronicle.

m

It is reported that Professor Wiley,

who has worked so long and faith-1
fully for Fessenden Academy, has re- j Tomorrow, Sunday afternoon, at 4
moved to Nashville, Tenn., and that o'clock, Mr. W. K. Lee, one of the
the academy will not reopen this fall, j most celebrated high divers of the
This will be a serious blow to the col-' land, will dive from the top of a cy cy-ored
ored cy-ored people of Florida, and a great press tree, from a heighth of 75

many white people will regret to hear j feet, in the springs where the water is
of it. The Star hopes the report may j not over three and a half feet deep,
prove untrue. The colored people j Remember the hour, 4 o'clock. Every
greatly need the school, and the j one cordially invited to come and see
whites will be sorry if it is discon- the dive,
tinued.

OCALA AT LEESBURG

llr. Edward Tucker will return to

night from a brief business trip to

Atlanta.

A FAMILY REUNION

A suitable reward will be paid for

return of stickpin lost with dark
green tie last Monday near court

house. Valued mostly because a gift

from my daughter. Jos. W. Dodge. 2t

Mr. W. M. Gist, before he left for

his home at Mcintosh Friday, told the

i Star he was doing all he could for the

fair. He said that among other ex exhibits,
hibits, exhibits, he was cherishing a pumpkin

too big to bring to town in his car,
so he was waiting for special railroad
rates.

(Leesburg Commercial)
In a very slow and uninteresting j
contest the Ocala team defeated the :
home boys 8 to 0.
Anderson and Gillespie pitched fine
games but Gillespie was hit harder
than usual and received miserable
support, while Anderson kept his hits
well scattered (two or three innings
apart) and was well supported. j
Ocala scored two in the third. An Anderson
derson Anderson whiffed three times. Brown j

I safe on error by Anderson. Harris

The Whittington families of the singled, advancing Brown to third.

northwestern part of the county held Zewadski flew out to second, but Batts

a family reunion Sunday at the home j surely can bat, parked one over the
of Mr. Rhodes Whittington at Geiger. right field fence, scoring Brown and

Nine families were represented, in-1 Harris.

1 1- 1 m 1 ? A. A. ? I

ciuuing mat oi air. iiarry nmuing- jn tne seVenth Ocala scored three il

ton of this city. ,,3 on four errors and one measly j

Many present had met for the first 1 sine-le. (The kind of support Gilles-

time, while the older members or. the I pje received).
family spent the day in recounting! In the ninth Ocala bunched three

reminiscences of bygone days. It was hiu and with the aid of two errors
indeed a family reunion, and every ma(je three more runs.

member seemed to enjoy the meeting. ihe came came very near being

A sumptuous dinner was served, caiied in the ninth on account of

and it was late in the evening before j darkness.

all had departed for their homes with Harris, Zewadski, Batts and Bartley
the feeling that the family ties were carried off the batting honors for

Capt. Fred Priest, of Ocala, an old
Palatka boy, was in the city for a
few days this week. Palatka Item.
Tires are cash, but we will give you
the best tire service you ever put on
i 1 ill 1 J

vou car. immediate anu uueiai u

justments always. Davies the
Man. 8-12-tf

Tire

Mr. Wr. T. Whittington, one of the
sturdy farmers of Geiger, was a vis visitor
itor visitor in town today.
Mr. J. B. Horrell, after two days of
illness, was able to return to his post
ir the Court Pharmacy yesterday.
We must have cash to run our bus business.
iness. business. Bring us your vulcanizing and

we will exchange the best vulcanizing
vou ever had for your cash. Davies,

the Tire Man. 8-12-tf

Mr. J. II. Randall, of Lacota, was

among our pleasant callers yesterday,

while transacting business in the city

There will be a special program at
the Business Men's Class Sunday,
Ano-nst. lHth. One feature will be a

recitation by Miss Mamie Gross.

Mr. Charles Pearson of Raleigh, N.

C, who is working in the drainage

section of Polk county, is spending a
nlo nf davs in Ocala with his

friend, Mr. J. H. Lockett.

WEATHER REPORT
This report Is made from observa

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

Weihe. official observer for the gov

ernment.
Aug. 1
Aug. 2
Aug. 3

Aug. 4
AUG. 5
Aug. 6

ug. 7

Aug. 8

Aug. 9
Aug. 10

Aug. 11
Aug. 12

Aug. 13

Max. Min
90 74
90 75
88 70
92 74
93 75
85 72
89 70
, 88 70
.r. 91 72
89 71
89 71
92 73
90 74
Local Forecast

R.F.

The citrus packing house to be

built in Ocala has struck the popular

chord and fruit growers of this sec

tion are jubilant over the project, as

it means a ereat reduction in the

cost of packing in individually owned

packing houses.

39

I nrt V rrt

05 ine costal leiegrapn tompany

distributed a number of penstaffs

among the business houses of the
. 1 1 .1 1 A. A

07 city today witn xneir aaverusemems

03 printed thereon. Manager Joyner in

Igl charge tne cal office, is always

on the lookout for business for his

stronger welded by the occasion.

BEAN SEED

We have just received our new
bean seed for the fall planting; all

varieties. Ocala Seed Store. 8-11-tf

DON'T WAIT

.05 company.

.05

I a- -W TT T 1 P T11 J

1.63 Mr a-01113 weine, 01 ueueview, was

02 among the visitors in town yester

day. He was accompanied by his
daughter. Mrs. Marie Winston, and

Rain tonight and fcunaay, excepi ,..fl f T?Ilsiineii who is snendincr

partly cloudy north portion tonight. short time with her parents at Belle-

Harry Thaw will be seen at the

Temple Theater this evening in the

Pathe News. There will also be a

view.

Clearwater puts it all over Ocala;

Ocala wins one from Leesburg in a

three-reel Edison drama and a Lubin good, hard, square game, and Lees-

comedy. I burg goes down to the gulfside town

and wades right through the Clear

Mr. E. ZT Paige, one of Anthony's water team. Looks like Leesburg has

successful truckers, is in the city to- a couple more coming from Ocala,

day on business. He has canned quite doesn't it? Leesburg Commercial.

a quantity of tomatoes for market

this season and is now preparing We are informed that Rev. N. B

them for shipment. Mr. Paige made piummer, pastor of the Baptist church

the Star a pleasant call. Jhas resigned his pastorate here, his

resignation to take effect October 15.

A full line of loose leal ledgers, it is the intention to combine Inver

ness, Floral City and Dunnellon un

der one pastorial charge. Inverness

Chronicle.

note books and memorandums al

ways on hand at Gerig's. tf

SU1M EXCURSION RATES
VIA

AT LA NTH

STANDARD RAILItOAD OF THE SOUTH
IF IR. O IVI OCALA.
$39.05 New York. $47.55 Chicago.
$39.05 Philadelphia. $41.80 St. Louis.
$36.05 Washington. $62.65 Denver.
$37.05 Cincinnati. $93.55 San Francisco.
Excursion rates to various points furnished on application,
until September 30th. Limit October 31st.

LBN

The Star is informed that Doctors

D. M. Smith and H. F. Watt will dis

solve partnership on the first. Dr.

Watt has engaged a suit of offices in

the Holder block, while Dr. Smith will

remain in his present auarters. in

his own building, corner North Main

and Washington.

Sold daily

STOP-OVERS, FAST TRAINS, STEEL PULLMANS, DINING CARS
For reservations or information, call on nearest Atlantic Coast Line
ticket agents, or
J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., Y. R. BEAZLEY, T. P. A.,
Tampa, Florida.

WHERE SHALL i GO TO SCHOOL ?

THE STATE UNIVERSITY
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
Highest standards, ranking with the
largest and test Universities of the
North and East.
387 students last session. Total en enrollment
rollment enrollment 639, Including1 summer school.
Tuition free, excepting $20 per se semester
mester semester for law.
For further information address,
A. A. BICRPIIREE. President.

FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR

WOMEN, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.

Standard the same as those of the
best colleges and universities In the

country.

Modern buildings and equipment; all

modern conveniences.

473 students regular term; 163 sum

mer term; total enrollment last sea
sion 636.

Tuition free in college and normal

school.

For catalouge and Information write,

EDWARD CONRADI, President.

I Phone ill j I
TP YOUXV Steoofftapbef; Goofeteepe& Ijj
HI Bffling Clerk. Tdspiaom Operator. I
I cr ussy other ferrule member or your Jjjj f
jjjjj CifHoB fores ecrides to Icavs Saturday Inii I I
I j, ha fcrto urn the" Female Help H Mff
j Wenred" cr "Situation Wanted Femala' I iflMji fr Ej!r
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I for the podtion bright end early tha next I nWwn
" JJy'

Gilbert Keeler rolled in from Ocala

recently, and his way of getting cash

for the day's expenses is alleged to

have been to focge the name of J. W

Ward, of South Florida, to checks and

attempt to cash them here. He was
bound over to the action of the grand

jury by Justice Hopkins. Tallahas

see Record.

Mrs. J. D. Stilley of Milledgeville

Ga., is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. A

Redditt of Citra, and spending a few

days with her daughter, Mrs. W. E

Tyre at Silver Springs.

Mr. Robert MacKay has sufficient

ly recovered from his operation at

the hospital to return to his home in

town, where his mother is stajrng

during his illness, the remainder o

the family being at the lake.

Mr. T. D. Lancaster, who has been

with the Munroe & Chambliss Bank
for the last four or five years, has

abandoned the realms of finance for

the paths of statesmanship, and Mon

day will take a position as deputy
clerk to Circuit Court Clerk Nugent.
Mr. Lancaster is a competent and
popular young man, and makes good
wherever he goes.

Ocala, while Rive, Pemble and Also Also-brock
brock Also-brock singled for the locals. A catch
by Alsobrook and one by Harris were

the fielding features.

Bring us your tires and tubes to be

vulcanized. We have the best equip

ped plant, in apparatus, material and
knowledge in this section of the state.

A casing vulcanized by 11s is as good

in that spot as if it were new. We

do not patch tubes, we VULCANIZE

them. Davies, the Tire Man. 8-12-tf

Tomorrow may be too late, so come

now and get your share of ALPINE

FLAX stationery below cost. The

Court Pharmacy. tf

FOR A SPRAINED ANKLE

Take Advantage of an Ocala Citizen's

Experience
When the back begins to ache,

Don't wait until backache becomes

chronic;
Till kidney troubles develop:

Till urinary troubles destroy night's

rest.
Profit by an Ocala citizen's experience.

.Mrs. A- E. Holly. 113 S. Second

St., Ocala, says: "I was having a

great deal of trouble with my kidneys.

The kidney secretions were un-1 bottle of Cham-

natural. My back was sore and I berlain's Liniment and observe the di-

ame and every time I stooped, a rections given therewith faithfully,

A 1 1 A. 1 1 I VUU Will ICWUfCI III
catch shot across my loins. My f. n nu0;n,Ma

than is usually reauired.

r t. ,1 1.1 1, .1 a. 1 I

lfti auu auhi were swoiieu auu wie 1 everywhere

flesh underneath my eyes was puffed

up. I tried several kidney medicines
and even took a doctor's prescription,

but nothing did ni4 any good until I

started taking Doan'e Kidney Pills

1 improved from the nist ana was

soon cured." 1

Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't

simply ask for a klndey remedy get

Doan's Kindej Pills the same that

Mrs. Holly had.

Co., Props Buffalo, N. Y4 Adv. 4

MSED POTATOES

Our new Irish potatoes for fal

ulantintr are now in. Ocala Seed

Store. 8-11-tf

THE CLERK GUARANTEED IT
AM A A L A A t S-WA 4 Vl A

t-. I A Customer caiiitr iuiaj mjr evuic
Fos&r-Milburn other day and said to one of my clerks.

STUDIO WILL REOPEN

'have vou anvthine that will cure di

arrhoea?' and my clerk went and got

him a bottle of Chamberlain s cone,

Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and

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

Miss Ethel Haycraft, graduate of hTwas eur'ed."

Brenau Conservatory and pupil of tes J. II. Berry & Co- Salt Creek,

Utto 1'fefferkorn, will reopen her I Va. Obtainable everywhere.

studio September 1st. Phone 131. 18t

DESPONDENCY DUE

TO INDIGESTION

WOOD
PHONF 503

For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Your Order will have
immediate Attention.
J. L. SMOAR
At Hmoak's Wagoe Shop.

"Ahnt three months aeo when I

was suffering from indigestion which
caused headache and dizzy spells and
made me feel tired and despondent, 1

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 cf this trouble." Obtain Obtainable
able Obtainable everywhere.

THIRTY-FIVE BUICK FOR SALE

A CONFESSION

For sale, cheap for cash, a model

35 Buick, in perfect condition. Apply
to Davies, the Tire Man. 8r12-tf

TEACHERS EXAMINATION
Notice is hereby giyen that the reg regular
ular regular examination for certificates to
teach will be held in Ocala beginning

r. . t it iteacn wm oe uem m yaia. uut,
Hopes Her Statement, Made rubfiC, I on Tuesday, September 7, 1915, at 9

will Help Other Worsen.

The county judge has issued a mar marriage
riage marriage license to Mr. A. K. Wade and
Miss Mary Carter.

Mrs. John Boisseau and little
daughter left today for a visit to
friends at Gainesville.

For plumbi.jg and electrical
pe H. W. Tucker. Phone 300

worK

GALVANIZED,
CORRUGATED,
and FLAT SHEETS
AH Forms of ?etal
Roolipg
All si7es and Gauges. Prompt
delivery from the largest and most
complete stock in Florida.
FLORIDA METAL PRODUCTS
COMPANY
3630 Evergreen Ave., Jacksonville.

Sold by the Ocala Lumber and
Supply Company

Fines. Ala. "I must confess", says

Mrs Eula Mae Reid, of tho place, "thai
Cardui, the woman's tonic, has done me
a great deal of good.
Before I commenced using Cardui, 1
would spit up everything 1 ate. I had a
tired, sleepy feeling all the time, and was
irregular. I xoula hardly drag around,
and would have severe headaches con continuously.
tinuously. continuously. Since taking Cardui, I have entirely
quit spitting up what 1 eat Everunnf
seems to digest all right, and 1 .ve
gained 10 pounds in weight"
If you are a victim of any of the numer numerous
ous numerous ills so common to your sex, it is
wrong to suffer.
For half a century, Cardui has been re relieving
lieving relieving just such ills, as is proven by the
thousands of letters, similar to the above,
which pour into our office, year by year.
Cardui is successful because it is com composed
posed composed of ingredients which act specifically
on the womanly constitution, and helps
build the weakened organs back to health
and strength.
Cardui has helped others, and will help
you. too. Get a bottle today. You

won't regret it. Your druggist sells it.
Writ' to : Chattanooea MJWn Co.. LJW A4-K.-y
Ivpt.. Chattanooga. Ttnn. for Special J
$'.riu lutnM on your cava anJ irt-pac buok. "Horn
1 rJTnt for Women." tert is piam wrapper. NCI20

Replicants will supply themselves
w legal cap paper, pens and ink
fo. the work and the regular fee of
one dollar will be collected at begin

ning: of work. Very truly yours,
8-6-5tw J. H. Brinson. Supt.

UNCLASSIFIED ADS
WANTED. LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

m

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 city.

LOST Friday, solid gold cuff button,
chip diamond set in star. Suitable
reward for its return to Star office. 2t
FOR RENT A splendid home prop

erty, comparatively new, at corner of
South Ninth street and Orange ave

nue; two blocks from high school
building; furnished or unfurnished;
will give two years lease if desired.

Rent reasonable. Address Robert

II. Sanders. Ocala. Fla. 14-tf.

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
six months. Apply at Star office tf

A NICE LINE OF

Wife

SMpOs

In Serge and Gabardine. The newest styles. They
are now on sale at

ra

There real values are $1.50

F1AM

Look at the Window

t1 v. dr!

5 11. i& JL ib l3J

(GKMY

WEST BROADWAY

PHOrVE 437

The only etore in toWn that real really
ly really saves you money.
Compare our prices with what you
pay elsewhere.

CAMPBELLS PORK
AND BEANS
One pound cans of Camp Camp-bells
bells Camp-bells Pork a n d
Beans at Ow

One dozen cans or

over, per doz

90c

LARD
10-pound buckets of (Cr
Snowdrift 731

38c

Medium size buckets

of Snowdrift....

Compound Lard at per Q
pound yv

jsJ CeS? f,
Per Pound
12c

y & r

17 pounds for

MISCELLANEOUS
Full Cream Cheese IQ-,
at per pound I7w

Regular large 15c
cans good salmon
Van Camps tall
cream, per doz

Small size cans at iJp
per dozen tx) v

10c
90c

$1.00

WAT

GROUND MEAL
11 pounds for
25c

This is our

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HOFFMAN PRESS
Manufactured for the press?njr of
Palm Beach and Duck Suits. Being
heated by steam, it can not scorch.

The pressure bein;? direct, not sliding.

not wtar or tear. Call and see

the wik

7 S

ft

Ocala Steam Laundry

Phone 101 402-401 South Main St.

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7

ilARIOI COUNTY

FOR RLNT Well located and n!cel
furnished room in rt?sidenre next
to the Colonial: also for light
Housekeeping Inquire at the Co
loniaL 7-tf

FOR RENT Five room cottage with
modern improvements, four blocks
fiom square; garage on premisses. Ap Apply
ply Apply to Geo. J. Blitch. 8-11-Ct
FOR RENT Three rooms furnished
for light housekeeping; lights and wa water
ter water free; or two rooms Tor $12 per
month; three rooms for $15 per
month. Fine location on South Third

I street. Inquire at Star office. 10-12t

SCHOOL 'DORMITORY I"

y We want to call especial attention of parents having children go- r
if ing to school away from home to the superior advantages offered by y
y the Marion County High School at Ocala and to the convenient, com-
fortable, home-like and economical advantages of our dormitory for y

y county fctudents.
The institution will continue under the management of Mrs. D. M.
y, Roberts as matron who so successfully handled it lat term and the

i. rates will continue to be $13 PER MONTH. It is under the direct

X supervision of the" county school board and the people of the ctunty
; can find no better high school advantages ror desirable boarding ar-

rangements anywhere. Address either the matron or f.

Supt. J. H. Brinson, Ocala, Florida I