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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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VOL. 21.
OOALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1915
NO. 191
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Mob Took Him

TOOK FRANK FROM OFFICERS WITHOUT ANY TROUBLE, CARRIED RIM 125 MILES AND

, Milledgeville,. Ga., Aug. 17, 8 a. m.
A mob of twenty-five to seventy-five
men overpowered the Georgia state
prison farm officials at 11 o'clock last
night and took Leo M. Frank. They
left, going toward the north. Noth Nothing
ing Nothing has been heard of them since. It
is not known definitely whether they
intended lynching or rescuing Frank.
A WELL ORGANIZED MOB
Milledgeville, Aug. 17, 9:15 a. m.
A well organized mob in five automo automobiles
biles automobiles attacked the state prison farm
last night, took Leo Frank and car carried
ried carried him to a point two miles from
Marietta and hanged hi mto a tree.
MOB WAS METHODICAL
The mob was methodical. It cut

i the wires to Milledgeville. Five of
the men went to the home of "Warden
Smith and others to the home of Sup Superintendent
erintendent Superintendent Burke and made them
prisoners. They hand-cuffed Burke
'and forced him to go to the gate near nearest
est nearest the dormitory of the guards, forc forced
ed forced open the gate and quickly secured
Frank and hastened away.
It was some time before the news
reached Milledgeville. Officers start started
ed started in pursuit at once. The trail was
lost for hours. Some newspaper men
picked it up at a little river bridge
near Eatonton, where a farmer said
the mob stopped, talked loudly and
fired many shots.
FOUND LIFELESS BODY NEAR
HOME OF MARY PHAGAN
Marietta, Aug. 17, 10:30 a. m. A
small mob took Leo Frank from the
state prison farm at Milledgeville
late last night and brought him over
one hundred miles to Marietta, almost
within sight of the former home of
Mary Phagan, the girl he was con convicted
victed convicted of killing, and hanged him to a
tree. No shots were fired.
The body was barefooted and cloth clothed
ed clothed only in prison trousers. The shirt
was found two miles from here, at
8:30 this morning.
It is believed the lynching occurred

at about daylight, while the officers
were searching the country about
Milledgeville.
After the return of some of the
machines, the officers started out on
the road they believed the automo automobiles
biles automobiles traveled. They found the body
about 150 yards from the road. The
news spread rapidly and soon hun hundreds
dreds hundreds were going to the scene. At this
time no effort has been made to cut
the body down.
CROWD REFUSED TO MUTILATE
THE CORPSE
Marietta, Aug. 17, 1 p. m. Frank's
body was cut down after a proposition
to mutilate it was voted down by the
crowd.
FRANK'S BODY REMOVED
Atlanta, Aug. 17. Frank's body
was brought here secretly and remov removed
ed removed to a private house.
NOTICE TO FARMERS
Louis R. Chazal & Son Co. an announces
nounces announces that it expects to be ready to
purchase corn about September 5. In
order to avoid having corn brought to
Ocala and taken back again, the com company
pany company asks that the farmers make ar arrangements
rangements arrangements with the company before
hruling. This will save the farmers
unnecessary trouble. The company
will not be able to purchase corn until
about September 5 because it finds
that its warehouse and machinery
will not be ready before that date.
The first shipment of machinery ar arrived
rived arrived yesterday and Mr. John Chazal
was busy placing it in the warehouse.
The warehouse of Mr. S. II. Christian,
opposite that of J. F. Jenkins & Co.,
has been leased by the Chazal firm..
-THIRTY-FIVE BUICK FOR SALE
For sale, cheap for cash, a model
Sf Buick, in perfect condition. Apply
to Da vies, the Tire Man. 8-12-tf

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Last Night from
at Milledgeville
TO A TREE
(Associated Press)
OLEANDER CITY SUFFERED THE
WORST STORM IN FIFTEEN
YEARS
(Associated Prss
Galveston, Aug. 17. Galveston to today
day today passed through one of the worst
storms in fifteen years. The people
are ready to repair damages. There
i. five feet of water in the streets.
Two fires are raging. The transport
McClellan broke loose from its
moorings last night and drifted half
a mile seaward.
FIERCE STRUGGLE FOR
A GREAT FORTRESS
Russians Believe Novo Georgievsk
Can Hold Out for Many
Months
Petrograd, August 17. Novo Geor Georgievsk,
gievsk, Georgievsk, Russia's great fortress at the
junction of the Vistula and the Narew
rivers, has been entirely invested by
German troops. A thrilling struggle
is expected. Unofficial figures esti estimate
mate estimate the garrison at between forty
and eighty thousand men. With the
adequate supply of ammunition this
garrison possesses, experts believe
that the foreress can be held for
many months. There is no town
there. It is simply an armed strong stronghold
hold stronghold dominating the Narew and the
Vistula and nearby railways and high highways.
ways. highways. BURNED TO DEATH
IN HIS HOME
Awful Fate of Professor Bell at
Earlton
Gainesville Sun: Wm. A. Bell, of
Earlton, was burned to death irr his
hrme Sunday morning about 8:30
o'clock. Mrs. Bell, his wife, is in
Chicago on a visit to relatives and it
is supposed that Mr. Bell was at attempting,
tempting, attempting, to fix his breakfast on a
gasoline stove and it exploded, set setting
ting setting him on fire and the house also.
Only the trunk and a few bones re remained
mained remained to tell the awful fate of Mr.
Bell.
Mr. Bell was about forty-eight years
of age. He moved to Earlton about
five years ago and was a well respect respected
ed respected and much thought of citizen in
that community. He was one of the
leading horticulturists jof the state.
Parties coming over from that sec section
tion section Monday say that Mr. Bell had
only a short time since taken out
twenty-thousand dollars" life insur insurance.
ance. insurance. This, together with an abso absolute
lute absolute lack of definite information as
to how the tragedy occurred, has led
to a rumor of possible suicide.
NOTICE
To Fruit Stands, Groceries and Meat
Markets
AcU of 1915. Chapter C953. No. 147.
Section 2. It shall be unlawful for
any person, firm or corporation to
sell or offer for sale food for con consumption
sumption consumption in the raw state, or which
may be consumed without further
cooking, at any meat shop, butcher
shop, market, grocery store, fruit
stands or any other places where food
is exposed for sale, without having
such food securely "screened by wire
netting with mesh sufficiently close to
pi event the admission of flies.
All persons in business of this kind
will please comply with these require requirements.
ments. requirements. J. P. Galloway,
Sheriff Marion County, Fla.

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GULF ROLLED IN
ON GALVESTON

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the State Prison
SUPREME COURT OF COLORADO
GIVES LAWSON A SHOW
(Associated Press)
Denver, Aug. 17. John R. Lawson,
the labor leader, who was sentenced
to life imprisonment for murder in
the Colorado coal strike, has been
granted a supersedeas writ by the
supreme court. This action allows an
appeal on the merits of the case.
BAD LUCK TO THE
INNOCENT BYSTANDER
Edward Disbrow Killed Near Cler Clermont
mont Clermont in a Dispute Over a
Piece of Land
Clermont, Fla., Aug. 17. During a
dispute between G. M. Lipsie and
Frank Gilmore over the ownership of
a piece of land five miles south of this
city Saturday, Edward Disbrow, a
cousin of Gilmore and an innocent on onlooker
looker onlooker in the dispute, was shot and
instantly killed by Lipsie.
Lipsie went to the land with a re
peating rifle and ordered Gilmore off.
The men had quarreled over the own ownership
ership ownership of the property and Lipsie is
said to have told witnesses that he
would drive Gilmore off the land or
kill him. Gilmore refused to go, say
ing he had as good a right there as
Lipsie, or better.
Lipsie shot, the ball passing thru
Giknore's wrist and hip. He then
turned and fired at Disbrow, who is
said to have been standing just across
the line on land belonging to his step stepfather
father stepfather and not on the property in dis dispute.
pute. dispute. Disbrow was shot through the
heart and died instantly.
Lipsie walked to Clermont where
he gave himself up to Deputy Sheriff
Morgan Mills, who took him to the
county jail in Tavares. A coroner's
jury was empaneled and found him
guilty of murder, testimony being in introduced
troduced introduced to show that he had threat threatened
ened threatened to kill Gilmore and went armed
to the place. Disbrow's funeral was
held Sunday. He leaves a wife. Gil
more will probably" recover unless
blood poisoning should set in. All the
parties came to this section last fall
from Ohio.
SEABOARD SCHEDULE
South Bound
No. 1. Lv. Jacksonville, 9:30 p. m.:
Ar. Ocala, 1:45 a. m.; Lv. Ocala 1:50
a. m.;Ar. Tampa 6:30 a. m.; Lv.
Tampa 7:30 a. m.; Ar. St. Petersburg
9:30 a. m.
No. 3. Lv. Jacksonville 9:30 a. m.;
Ar. Ocala 12:57 p. m.; Lv. Ocala 1:17
p. m.; Ar. Tampa, 5:25 p. m Lv.
Tampa, 5:40 p. m.; Ar. St. Petersburg
8 p. m.
No. 9 Limited train; Lv. Jackson
ville 1:30 p. m., Lv. Ocala, 4:30 p. m.;
Ar. Tampa, 7:45 p. m.
North Bound
No. 2. Lv. St. Petersburg, 4:30 p.
m.; Ar. Tampa, 0:55 p; m.; Lv. Tam
pa, 9 p. m.; Ar. Ocala, 2:30 a. m.; Lv.
Ocala, 2:35 a. m.; Ar. Jacksonville,
6:45 a. m.
No. 4. Lv. Tampa, 9 a. m.; Ar.
Ocala, 1 p. m.; Lv. Ocala, 1:20 p. m.;
Ar. Jacksonville, 5:25 p. m.
No. 10 Lv. St. Petersburg, 8:30
a. m.; Ar. Tampa, 10:50 a. m.; Lv.
Tampa, 1 p. m.; Lv. Ocala, 4:10 p.
m.; Ar. Jacksonville, 7:15 p. m. Lim
ited train.
Bring your prescriptions to Ocala's
largest drug store, where prompt and
experienced service is always at your
disposal. The Court Pharmacy. tf
The Court Pharmacy serves fresh
BUTTERMILK all the time; 5 cents
per glass. Try it. tf

BORDER

MEXICANS

FIRING OU AMU SOLDIERS AND OFfflY

SELLING AMERICAN HORSES III MATMWS

(Associated Press)

Brownsville, Aug. 17. The border
situation is serious. There was a
gathering in force of Mexicans last
night at Progresso and a daring at attack
tack attack on American troops. Reports have
been received that horses stolen in
recent raids have been delivered in
Matamoras, which the Carranza
forces hold.
Firing across the border has taken
plaqe, one soldier being killed and
two wounded. This has intensified
feeling. Armed men patrolled the
roads last night. Women and chil children
dren children gathered where they could be
guarded.
ATTACKED AN OUTPOST
Brownsville, Texas, Aug. 17 About
100 Mexicans under cover of darkness
last night forded the Rio Grande near
Mercedes, about thirty miles from
this city, and attacked an outpost of
the Twelfth United States cavalry. In
an exchange of shots one trooper wa3
killed and two were wounded. It was
reported that the Mexicans were ad
vancing on Mercedes and reinforce reinforcements
ments reinforcements were hurried to that town by
automobile from Hurlington, fifteen
miles away.. At midnight, however,
the invaders had disappeared.
OEE III HIS BONNET
President of China Wants to Wear
the Imperial Purple
(Associated Press)
Peking, China, Aug. 17. President
Yuan Shi Kai is discussing with his
immediate supporters and Professor
Frank Johnson Goodnow, of Johns
Hopkins University, legal adviser to
the Chinese government, the question
of proclaiming himself emperor.
COTTON WILL BE
DECLARED CONTRABAND
American State Department will Pro
test Against It
Washington, Aug. 17. Great Bri
tain and her allies have decided to de declare
clare declare cotton a contraband of war, ac according
cording according to unofficial but authoritative
communications to the state depart
ment. The formal announcement of
the contraband order is expected as
soon as the Allies agree upon the de details.
tails. details. The cotton interests have been
expecting this and it is known that
the state department has been pre
paring to resist this new move with
every means at the command of di diplomacy.
plomacy. diplomacy. CANNING CLUB WORK
ON THE EAST COAST
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead, ever on the
alert for anything that will improve
on the service she is rendering the
county canning clubs, will leave in a
few days for a trip down the east
coast, to give the girls in that section
the benefit of her experience in can canning
ning canning work. Tho she is now in the
midst of her vacation season, Mrs.
Moorhead is employing her time in
gaining further experience in her
chosen work. Her trip down the
coast is for work in canning and
otherwise preparing for the market
the immense pineapple crop now be being
ing being harvested there.
Mrs. Moorhead has been for some
time experimenting with, making jelly
of the pineapple, and has discovered
a process for utilizing this excellent
fruit in many ways.
A number of canninglubs have
asked Mrs. Moorhead to give them the
benefit of her demonstrations and she
will likely give several demonstra demonstrations
tions demonstrations at Fort Pierce, Cocoa and other
Indian River points during her stay.
ANTI-TORPEDO DEVICE
INVENTED BY AMERICAN
Norfolk, Va., Aug. 17. An inven invention
tion invention to protect any ship from torpe torpedoes
does torpedoes has been perfected by William
Dixon. He claims that he can explode
or otherwise make a torpedo useless
fifty feet from the vessel at which it
in aimed. He has been summoned to
Washington for a conference with
naval authorities.

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AMERICA ASKS
GERMAN INTENTIONS

PROPOSITIONS OF THE NOTE
REGARDING THE FRYE
MADE PUBLIC
(Associated Press)
Washington, Aug. 17. The Ameri American
can American reply to the German note on the
sinking of the William P. Frye has
been made public. It accepts the pro proposal
posal proposal that damages be fixed by a
commission of two men and the dis
puted provisions be submitted to ar
bitration at The Hague. It calls on
Germany for a statement, meanwhile,
as to whether Germany intends to
conduct naval operations according to
her interpretation of the Prussian Prussian-American
American Prussian-American treaty, or those of the
United States. The note is regarded
as putting the case well on the road
to settlement and contains about 900
words.
Official Report of Proceedings at Au August
gust August Special and Regular Meet Meetings
ings Meetings of the Board
Ocala, Fla., Aug. 2, 1915.
The board of county commissioners
met in regular session with all mem members
bers members present to hear complaints of
any one objecting to the raise of his
assessment from the amount fixed by
the assessor. The board after being
in session all day adjourned until
August 16th, next.
W. D. Carn, Chairman.
P. H. Nugent, Clerk.
Ocala, Fla., August 3, 1915.
The board of county commissioners
met in regular session with all mem members
bers members present.
The clerk was directed to notify the
Oklawaha Valley Railroad Co. to put
in order the crossing on the Anthony
and Grahamville road about two
miles south of Burbank.
Report of the Buchanan tax check checking
ing checking system was received and the
clerk was instructed to have two
copies of same made.
Mr. Zetrouer came before the board
and requested that the road from
Flemington to Micanopy by way of
Geiger be hardened.
Applications to sell liquors, wine3
and beer in precinct No. 1 were filed
with the board by William A. Konow,
the Carmichael & Son Co. G. D.
Hogan & Co., Bluthenthal & Bickert.
Moore's Mail Order House, Harry
Peter & Co. and S. M. Stanley. These
applications being regular and legal,
the board directed that advertisement
be made as required by law until the
regular meeting, Sept. 8th, at which
time said applications will be acted
on.
Mr. James M. Mathews came be before
fore before the board and asked that at ev every
ery every polling place where an election is
to be held in the matter of creation of
Bloxham county, some of the manag managers
ers managers be selected from parties favorable
to the creation of said county, and the
board was furnished a list of names
whom they were asked to appoint as
said managers. The commissioners
appointed the following managers to
hold election September 14th, 1915,
to decide whether the new county of
Bloxham should be created:
For precinct No. 32, Geiger: G. II.
Whittington, F. II. Dreher and H. II.
Harrell, inspectors; J. I. Whittington,
clerk.
For precinct No. 3, Flemington: J.
C. Mathews, F. E. Smoak, W. II. An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, inspectors, and C. M. Math Mathews,
ews, Mathews, clerk.
For precinct No. 31, Fairfield: D.
B. Payne, A. J. McLaughlin, R. C.
Young, inspectors; J. A. Jones, clerk.
Fairfield election to be held on D. B.
Payne's place in house near center cf
northeast quarter of section 22, tp 13,
S. R. 20, E.
For precinct No. 4, Cotton Plant.
A. W. Wroodward, J. P. Parker, a R.

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To England When a Transport
Was Torpedoed

FIERCE FIGHTING
(Associated
London, Aug. 17. The British
transport Royal Edward has been tor
pedoed and sunk by a German sub
marine. Six hundred of the 1670
aboard were saved.
FiGirrrNG on the eastern
FRONT
The crisis has been reached in the
present state of the eastern campaign.
The Russians are not able to assure
the safety of their armies until the
menaro presented by Gen. von Hin Hin-denburg's
denburg's Hin-denburg's forces in Courland is re removed.
moved. removed. In the Bausk district, the
German army has been driven back
toward the Aa river. Kovno is still
stemming the German tit.'?. The chief
struggle, however, is north of Niemrn.
Between the Narew and the Bug the
German drive is making some head headway.
way. headway. Petrograd claims, however,
that the attacks have been repulsed.
There is heavy fighting along the
middle Bug. The Teutons have forc forced
ed forced some crossings.
CAPTURED A FORMAT KOVNO
Berlin, Aug. 17. German head headquarters
quarters headquarters announces the capture of
one of the outlying forts of Kovno.
Over 240 cannon and 4500 prisoners
were taken.
Three forts of Novo Georgievsk
have been taken.
Veal, inspectors; Joe Williams, clerk.
For precinct No. 20, Blitchton: L.
T. Hendricks, Joseph Aikens, Jesse
Blitch, inspectors; J. B. George, clerk.
For precinct No. 5, Romeo: W. D.
Young, W. J. Folks, J. B. Dean, in inspectors;
spectors; inspectors; T. F. Morgan, clerk.
Matter of arranging for ballots and
getting ballot boxes to the polling
places was left to the chairman and
the clerk.
Tax collector's report of insolven
cies, errors and doubles for taxes of
1915, $3351.40. and for taxes 1914
levy, $8895.49, was received and ac accepted
cepted accepted by the board.
Application of Martha Jackson to
be put on the pauper list was refus refused.
ed. refused. Hannah Griffith wa3 put on the
pauper list at $2.50 a month.
On motion,. the following was de declared
clared declared a public road:
Beginning at intersection of LaRue
avenue in Silver City with east line
of northwest quarter of section 14,
Tp. 13, R. 23, thence N to Grassy
Pond, thence northerly and following
eastern margin of pond to Budd
street, thence N 40.45 chs, thence N
21 deg. 30 min. W 12.57 chs, thence
N 13 deg. 30 min. E llchs, thence
N 19 deg E 17.75 chs thence N 24 deg.
W 4.25 chs to quarter section corner
on N boundary section 11, thence N
on half section line to center section
20 in Tp. 12, S., R. 23, therfce W 41
chs to W boundary section 20, thence
northerly along the most practicable
line to Oklawaha Valley Ry., thence
parallel to said railroad to town of
Orange Springs.
Three ballots being taken with no
result, appointment of game warden
was deferred until next meeting.
Bids on road from Fort McCoy to
Orange Springs accepted as follows:
First mile, starting at Fort McCoy,
clearing and grading was let to S. G.
Taylor for $225. Bridges across Mill
creek and Mill pond creek were let
to A. W. Atkinson for $400. It is
ordered that the board enter into
contracts with S. G. Taylor and A. W.
Atkinson for above work. It is also
required that S. G. Taylor give bond
in the sum of $400, and that A. W.
Atkinson give bond in the sum of
$500. No money is to be paid by the
county until the work i3 completed
and accepted by the county commis commissioners.
sioners. commissioners. On motion it was ordered that the
tax assessor's assessment rolls for
1914 shall include all of the' lands
shown in the report of the Buchanan
Tax Checking System Co. of Florida,
made to the board.
It was ordered that the clerk have

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two thousand copies of the game law
published and the necessary license
blanks.
On motion each commissioner was
authorized to make arrangements in
his district to have road hands sum summoned
moned summoned and worked by suitable over overseers,
seers, overseers, where pay should be twenty
per cent of all cash collected from
hands electing to pay $3 in place of
fcix days' work.
On motion the clerk was directed to
5raw warrant for $100 for C. P. Clap- -per
on road district No. 1 fund, on
contract work.
Mr. Colbert was recommended to
accept taxes cn the Ocala House on
assessment of $&,G00 for 1914 levy,
and to accept taxes on Stuckey &
Tiller still at assessment; $950.
Pistol licenses were issued to J. G.
Blitch, Frank Jennings, S. J. Fort and
license to carry rifle was granted to
W. P. Gunter.
Reports of county judge, justices
cf the peace, sheriff, tax collector and
treasurer were received and filed.
All bills audited and approved were
orderod paid.
The county engineer filed his report
as follows:
Ocala, Fla., Aug. S, 1915.
To the Honorable Board of County
Commissioners, Ocala, Fla.
Gentlemen: I herewith submit my
report of road work for July as fol follows.
lows. follows. District 1. Repaired 1U miles
lime road, Martel road; scraped
Blitchton road; graded three miles on
Sharpe's ferry road; patched two
miles on Anthony road and 1 miles
on Kendrick road. Total $186.73.
District 2. Graded 3000 feet on
Flemington and Micanopy east road
and 675 feet on west road; rebuilt x
4480 feet on Blitchton road. Cost 9.6
cents per lineal foot, or $507 per mile.
Cost of feeding prisoners 16.8 cents
per man per day; cost of feeding
mules 57.7 cents per mule per day.
Repaired and graded two miles
clay road on Martel road; opened,
cleared and grubbed 4000 feet; made
cut and fill COO feet, 5333 cubic yards
on Dunnellon and Inglis road. Total,
$1272.71.
District 3. Opened and grubbed
three-eights of a mil on Goin road;
repaired Heather Island causeway
and bridges; repaired west Belleview,
Orange avenue and Santos roads and
bridges. Total $430.86.
District 4. Completed repairs on
small bridges and sand fill on Eureka
ferry causeway; repaired cedar Ham Hammock
mock Hammock and Eureka road and bridges.
Total, $186.C0.
District No. 5. Rebuilt 550 feet
gravel clay road on Mcintosh and
Evinston road and 291 feet on Board
man road; cost 6.7 cents per lineal
foot, $354 per mile; cost of feeding
prisoners 16.9 per man; cost of feed feeding
ing feeding mules 57.4 cents per mule per
day. Made fill 1123 feet, 1331 cubic
yards, made fill on Boardman road
753 feet, 583 cubic yards. Total, $560.
Total for month $2,636.99.
Respectfully submitted
James R. Moorhead,
Superintendent Roads.
There being no further business,
the board adjourned.
W. D. Cam, Chairman.
P. H. Nugent, Clerk.
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One month, in advance 80

Senator Bryan will be the orator
at the Labor Day celebration at St.
Augustine on the first Monday in
September.

W. M. McDonald, for the last few
years superintendent of the southern
division of the Florida East Coast
Railway, died Sunday in Asheville,
N C.

Twenty years ago, a noted war cor correspondent
respondent correspondent said the Balkan nations
had no more sense than so many cor cormorants.
morants. cormorants. The truth of his observa observation
tion observation is obvious today.

and to avoid controversy with this
country. Its the Star's opinion that
there is an element in the South that
would drive the whole country into

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war witn ureat Britain in uruer iu
sell our surplus cotton, and this ele element
ment element is as selfish and unpatriotic as
the high protectionists, so often de denounced
nounced denounced by the people of this section,
ever were.

F-anctirieur and .-hoot or har.g
whenever captured. A? for the stories
of murder and mutilation of German
soldiers by Belgian civilian? they are
more than offset by the stories of
rape, murder and pillage by German
soldiers on Belgian civilians. The
Germans may as. well cut their white
books into gun wadding. The Amer American
ican American people will never excuse their
treatment of Belgium or put any con

fidence in their government until they j

abolish kaiserism. If there should!
i ever be war between the United ;

States and a foreign country, and the
foreigners invaded America, our peo people
ple people would fiirht in defense of their

hemes just as they did in 'T'., and
would not neglect any method of cTf cTf-posing
posing cTf-posing and punishing the invaders.
This might cause many of our peo peo-nle
nle peo-nle to be treated with the extreme

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cruelty Germany thinks is civilized
warfare, but there would be millions

left, and they would make their en

emies sorry by the time the end
came.

A BETTER TIME AHEAD

Has Mr. Bryan fallen through the
Chautauqua platform? St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg Independent.
Bryan is a back number, and is
getting further back every day.
The Miami Herald wants to know
why Cole Blease wouldn't be a good
president of Hayti. St. Augustine
Herald.
If our government sent Blease to

Hayti with a regiment of roughnecks
trw hark him-nm. thev would make a

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decent country out of it in a year.

In the meantime the hundred and

more American men, women and
children who were murdered on the
Lusitania remain unavenged. Toron Toronto
to Toronto Mail and Empire.
If they are ever avenged, it will be
by British guns. The Star is in daily
expectation of hearing that a ship of
the American Line has been sunk by
a German submarine.

Cheering news was brought back to

St. Petersburg by a well known man
of thi city who made a tour of the

New England states, Pennsylvania

and New York as a special investi

gator of conditions. He went into
many large and small towns, talked,
with local bankers and sounded the

people, as well as studying the condi

REMINDED GERMANS OF
THEIR OWN PRACTICES

He Had Sen the Play.

While acting in Sir James Barrie'i
flay, "The Little Minister." at a sub sub-urUin
urUin sub-urUin theater MLss Grace Lane was
toM at the end of the first act that a
gentleman, whoe name she did not
catch, would like to si-eak to her.
Miss Lane supposed that it was a re re-porter
porter re-porter on a local paper who desired an
interview, and she wearily gave per permission
mission permission for the visitor to be brought
Into her presence.
When, a little later, the manager
brought a small, delicate looking man man-up
up man-up to her in the wings she smiled upon

Mm condescendingly and opened the t

conversation by saying she hoped be
liked the play.
"Yes." answered the stranger quietly,
"I've no very grave faults to find witn
It."
"I suppose," continued Miss Lane,
"that you saw it when It was produced
ut the 1 1 ay market?"

"Yes. I saw It there more than once.
was the reply.
"You t-eem to have taken a great in interest
terest interest in the play," was Miss Lane's
next remark, as she began to enow
signs of moving off.
"Well, you ee, said the quiet little
man aiologetlcally, "I wrote It."
The stranger, whose name ahe had

' not caught, was James Matthew Barrie,

r-IiOudon Mali.

small gold spite, also a surer nam nam-mer."
mer." nam-mer." "One minute. I don't think she could
drive a spike with a hammer. Better
provide a hairbrush." Louisville
Cou rler-.T ou rn a 1.

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"We Treat Your Laundry White- j

Imagination.
"Rolert," said the teacher to a small
pupil, "can you tell me what Imagina

tion isr i

"Yes. ma'am." replied the little fel-

if Yomt CoMaiFS

low. "imagination is wnat mates a
fellow think a bee's stinger Is three
feet long after be gets stung. Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh Press.

tions he could observe for himself.

He was on the road for several weeks to Great Britain, when

and learned much that is of interest stances were almost exactly

The American state department has
made public the United States reply
rejecting the views of Austria-Hungary
in the recent note which con contended
tended contended that the exportation of war
munitions from America to Austria's
enemies were conducted on such a

scrle as to be "not in accordance with
the definition of neutrality."

Though friendly the note flatly de-
.1 A A .1

mes tne Austrian contention aim re

calls that both Germany and

during the Boer war sold munitions

the circum-

similar

Mr. William Chase Temple, who
two or three years ago was so peeved

at the way his advice wasn't taken on
a tariff of oranges, that he offered his

fine grove for sale at a sacrifice, and
said he' would leave the state, has
inst heen elected president of the

South Florida Chamber of Commerce

When a man once gets the love of
Florida into his soul, he will never

leave her for anything but heaven.

Secretary Rooney, at the Board of
Tiade rooms, is showing with pardon pardonable
able pardonable pride, a big bunch of peanuts

brought in by that horny-handed far

mer, J. M. Fennell, who earns his
living by the sweat of his brow on
his place north of town. This bunch
of peanuts, by shoving together and

packing, might be put in a half

bushel measure, and is full of nuts

Its a little instance among millions of

what can be done on Florida soil.

As the Ocala Star is going to dif-

here. to the present, namely, that the Boers
He said he found the banks were were hemmed in by the British fleet
running over with money, and in some anj unable to receive outside aid in
instances had refused to continue to the form of shipments of any kind. It
take savings deposits at interest. He aso points out that before and since

said the factories were working over- that war Austria and Germany have
time and that nearly everybody was produced a great surplus of war mu-

at work. Jobs were plentiful and the nitions and sold them throughout the

people had money. He said he never WOrld, especially to belligerents, and

saw times so prosperous and his pre- never during that period did either of

diction was that there would be a them suggest or apply the principle

rush to Florida this winter that would I now advocated by Austria.

pass all previous records. I "The principles of international

In the west in the wheat belt there law," the note says, "the practices of

are immense crops and the corn is nations, the national safety of the

going to be almost a record crop, the United States, and other great na-

unfavorable weather having given tions without military and naval es es-away
away es-away to the right kind of sunshine to tablishments, the prevention of in in-develop
develop in-develop the staple of Iowa and the creased armies and navies, the adop-

middle west. The farmers are get- tion of peaceful methods for adjust-

ting good prices for what they grow j ment of international differences, and j

and are prosperous, or will be this finally, neutrality itself, are opposed

fall. to the prohibition by a neutral nation

War orders are keeping the east J cf the exportation of munitions of

and north in money, this investigator I war to belligerent powers during a

says, and he saw not a single factory war."

in the thousands of miles he traveled The note then specifically states
that was idle. With the east making that the United States is a nation
money selling all sorts of supplies to that is not supplied with a large
Europe for cash and the farmers of standing army or great supply of
the middle west selling food supplies munitions, and if suddenly attacked
to Europe, there is certain to be mon- would be seriously, if not fatally hin hin-ey
ey hin-ey for winters in Florida, and the an- dered, if other nations refused to sell
nual migration to the land of sunshine her munitions. Therefore, the United
will be greater than ever before. States, for this reason, as well as a
This year money will be loose and matter of principle, desires the con con-plentiful
plentiful con-plentiful and the people will flee from tinuance of the international practice
the cold weather of the north. They of one nation selling another muni-

will come to Florida and increasing tions during war. It also points out
numbers of them will come to St. Pe- the United States is willing to sell to

tersburg. They will expect good roads j Austria and Germany, and it is not
and will be disappointed if they are the United States fault if they are

not able to bring their automobiles not in position to secure the muni

with them. This is also the report tions.

The Round Robin.
William Henry P. Fyfe In "Five
Thousand Facts and Fancies" Bays
that round robin is the name given to a
remonstrance or petition signed by a
number of persons, generally In a cir circular
cular circular form, ho as to avoid giving prom prominence
inence prominence to auy single name. lie continues:

"This device is said to have been

first used bv the officials of the French

L'ovprnmtnt as a means oi muuuig

AUMiia .

known their grievances, ine it'-jsi cele

brated 'round robin' in the Enjh

cuage Is the one signed by IiTi-Lc, Gib

bon, Sir Joshua Reynolds ar others
and sent to Dr. Samuel Johnson, re

questing him to amend the epitaph to

Oliver Goldsmith in Westminster ao ao-bey
bey ao-bey and suggesting that It be written
in English and not In Latin. Johnson

accepted the 'round robin In a kindly
spirit, but told Sir Joshua Reynolds,
the bearer of the mLsslve, that be
would 'never consent to disgrace the
walls of Westminster abbey with an

English inscription.

One Way.
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Skinnem Mining company, have office
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That only shows our superior business
organization. We have concentrated

our business twice as much as they

Wave. Boston Journal.

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Deeply Hurt.
"Am I the first girl you ever kissed?"
"Well." said he. I knew I bungled it.

but I didn't think I made that poor a

Job of it." Louisville Courier-Journal.

Deduction.
Lotts Dobson's peculiar; owns a car

and owes me $o! Potts Only So 7

How little be drives it! New York

Globe.

It Is always morning somewhere In
the world. Richard Ilengist Ilome.

HiveryB'Offly

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DESPONDENCY DUE
TO INDIGESTION

"About three months ago when I
was suffering from indigestion which
caused headache and dizzy spells and
made me feel tired and despondent, I
Lee-an taking Chamberlain's Tablets,"

writes Mrs. Geo. Hon, Macedon, N. Y.
"This medicine proved to be the very
thiner I needed, as one day's treat

ment relieved me ereatlv. I used two

bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets and

they rid me cf this trouble." Obtain

able everywhere.

BEAN SEED

Great Men and Double.
It is said that there is a French sol soldier
dier soldier who is the living image of Napo Napoleon
leon Napoleon I. Other Instances have been
found of persons born many years
apart bearing a striking likeness to one
another. Mr. Winston Churchill Is the
"double" of the Emieror Titus, at least
according to the bust of the latter at
the British museum. "Dion Boucl-

cault," writes George Augustus Sala,
"was the very image of Sir Kenelin
Dlgby as he appears in the frontispiece
to his 'Choice and Experimental Re

ceipts in Physics and Chirurgery.

pouirlas Jerrold was the ikon of Mont

oitier. the discoverer of the fire bal-
. m fill

Um.h. aim! the late .Montagu vt mikiiu..

O. t .. If be uonneu n nowing own

fer from the Telegram, the Tampa brought back by the investigator who

Times and the Punta Gorda Herald covered a large territory. He said the
in a choice of candidates for the I first question asked by a prospective

Senate, we suspect that Senator Nat J visitor was as to the condition of the

Bryan has secured a strong advocate roads in the vicinity of St. Peters -in
that. paper to help him to re- burg. St. Petersburg Independent,
election. Nat is sure the lucky boy. T, ftrtino. ;n t.h Star's

-Lakeland Telegram. opinion, good reason why Florida
The man, the Star supports is gen- should take no share in the at-

erally elected. All the candidates are tempts made in other parts of the

South to cause the United States gov government
ernment government to declare an embargo if

We have just received our new

bean seed for the fall planting; all

varieties. Ocala "Seed Store. 8-11-tf

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OF CHURSE

Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works

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SOME CORRECT SENTIMENT

erood men. however, and it is not

necessary to become violent in op

posing any of them.

Great Britain does not quit interfer interfering
ing interfering with the cotton business. Florida

At the Board of Trade rooms is to hag probably had a worse time of it

than any other, section of the coun

try since the war began, and our

j only chance to recoup lies in the gen

eral prosperity of the entire nation.

We are not near so much interested

in the prosperity of the cotton belt as

we are in the prosperity of New

York, New England and the middle

states.

be seen a fine specimen of Kaffir

corn, raised by Mr. Allen Rogers, on

his farm south of town. It is a good,

heavy head of a plaht greatly re
sembling sorghum. Kaffir corn, be

fore the coming of the white men, was

the entire dependence of the natives
of South Africa for bread. It would

make tolerablv crood bread now if

nothing else was to be had, but has

been superceded by wheat and corn. It

makes a fine stock feed, and flourishes I The Star has received from the
in Florida; The seed was given Mr. 1 German ambassador at Washington a

Rogers by Secretary Rooney some I number tif translations from the "of

months ago, and he has raised a fine J ficial German white book." The book

crop from it. I is styled, "The Belgian People's War,

Violation of International Law,

It is difficult to understand how the J and gives reports made by German of

administration can be satisfied withjficers and soldiers of attacks by Bel

its conduct of Mexican affairs. Un-1 gian civilians on the German forces,

der this administration, for the first J which brought about such reprisals

time in our history, has it become a I as the burning of Louvain and the

principle that an American abroad I shooting and hanging of a large num

has no rights that his government is I ber of Belgians. The book is intended

bound to protect, and the greasers I as an explanation and defense of the

are so much encouraged by what I acts of the Germans. The Star is

they consider our cowardice and j afraid the Germans will never under

weakness that they are invading I stand American feeling on this or

American territory and actually be- hardly any other subject. In the first

lieve they can annex it. We are by no J place, Americans consider the invas

means certain that if a strong force ion of Belgium as an unwarrantable

of Mexicans advanced into Texas or J transgression of treaty rights and an

some other border state that the ad- j inexcusable violation of German's

ministration wouldn't send a protest j promise. In the second place our

to Carranza instead of ordering Fun- j forefathers did the same thing at Con-

ston to attack the invaders. I cord and Lexington, and a hundred

other places from Canada to Florida,

It is tolerably certain that Great during the revolutionary war, that

Britain will declare cotton contra-1 the Belgians did at Louvain, the only

band of war. As cotton is the basic I difference being that the Americans

material of modern ammunition, and j were successful while the Belgian

every bit that goes into Germany and I were not, and Americans will always

Austria is now being made into ex- consider the defense of their homes
plosives, Great Britain has the un- by citizens a praiseworthy act. There
doubted right to take this step. It is was a good healthy hate between

considered probable that the British I Americans and British during the

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government will buy the American j revolution; nevertheless, the British

cotton crop, both because it needs it treated as prisoners of war the same

in the manufacture of ammunition I class of men that the Germans call

Meet me in Ocala, at the fair.
Come early in the morning and stay

all dav loner.

Looking at the good things that were

raised on the larm.

Come on brothers, don't be ashamed;

lets show the good people mat
we are came.

With big sweet potatoes and big ears
of corn.
They will say they never saw the like

since they were horn.

Meet me in Ocala, meet me at the

fair;
Meet me on the twenty-sixth of No

vember, that is Thanksgiving

everywhere.

Now come on, brothers; lets do our

narts:

I think it will do us good way down

in our hearts.

You had better be a humping and a

jumping
Tf vnn want to raise a pumpkin

That will do to dump in at the Mar

ion County Fair.

While the davs are iroinir. and the

sweet potatoes are growing.

You had better be a hoeing, 11 you

want to make a showing
At the Marion County Fair.
If you're listening to the saying
While the sun is raying.
You had l etter be a haying.
If you want to have a saying
At the Marion County Fair.

THE CLERK GUARANTEED IT

UA customer came into my store the

other day and said to one of my clerks,
, 11 a. n j:

nave you anytnmg tnat win cure ui ui-arrhoea?'
arrhoea?' ui-arrhoea?' and my clerk went and got
him a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,

Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and

said to him. 'if this does not cure you,
I will not charge you a cent for it., So
he took it home and came back in a
day or two and said he was cured,"
writes J. II. Berry & Co., Salt Creek,
Va. Obtainable everywhere.

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 us is as good
in that spot as if it were new. We

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m-riwiir. iiiliim wen iiii e ui iu u 01 u nww "' -"-'

Peter Lely of our times for a jtortralt of Jthem. Davies, the Tire Man. 8-12-tf

Charles I I."-I-ondon Tatler.

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TTba WtraTa Tomilv TfrmcrtiP?. All

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,-: 1 .. ,.i,.t t.hioo In the gooa gooa lor au. iuiu ujr n

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1.: .. ..r it wna nero mm uruir Lure. .v-u.

Don Juan's licet landed 3.000 men to

Join hands with O'Neill, out of which

lauding grew the story that the cot cottages
tages cottages at World's Knd are "still inhabit-

ed bv the descendants or bpauiarus.

It was from Kiusale that James II. on

March 2. H'-Si), landed and from Kin-

sale he sailed after his defeat at the

battle of the Boyne. Thirty years ago

the house in which he sient the night

before'hls departure was still in exist

ence. Kinsale was greater in the past

than now, for we read that "of all the

Irish iorts It was the best situated for

intercourse with France ana mat in

the town Marlborough found a thou

sand barrels of wheat and eighty pipes

of claret.' Loudon Spectator.

OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS

GOOD THINGS TO EAT

Salomi. Cervelat and Frankfurter

Sausage, Cold Boiled Ox Tongue

Sliced Boiled Ham, Sliced Dried Beef,

Sliced Breakfast Bacon, Minced Ham
Philadelphia Cream, Pimento am:

Roquefort Cheese, Dromedary Dates

Seeded Raisins. O. K. Teapot Groc
ery, phone 1". 17-3t

ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

Ocala Chapter. No. 29, O. E. S

zneetb at Yonee's hall the second and

fourth Thursday evenmes of eacL

month at 730 o'clock.

Mrs. Emily Webb. W. M..
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, Secy.

ODD FELLOWS

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A block- of our ice will do more to keep you cool and healthy during
this hot weather than anything else and the cost is the merest trifle.

Keep your refrigerator well charged with our ice and you can charge
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SUMMER EXCURSION RAIES

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A Woman's Way.

-Sir. we are starting a new railroad

and want your daughter to drive the

first spike."

"1 have no doubt she will consider it

an houor to officiate."

ThAnlc vou. We have provided; a

Tul jla Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. K.

meets In Yonge's Hall every Tuesday

evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel

come always extend Ml to vlsmn?

brethren. M. M. Little, N. G.

W. L. Colbert, Secretary.

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Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &

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Thursday evening9 of each month at
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WILBUR W. C. SMITH
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Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.

Fort King Camp No. 14 mtets at

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

J. W. Lamar, C L.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk,

CONCORDIA LOIK3K F. U. OV A.

Concordia Lodge. Fraternal Union

of America, meets In Conges Hail

CD lUC btXUUU 1 uui I II w

each month. Geo. L. Taylor, t. M

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NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that on
Tuesday, the 7th day of September,
1915, the undersigned will apply to
the county commissioners of Marion
county, Florida, for leave to construct
a draw-bridge and maintain a draw drawbridge
bridge drawbridge across the present channel of
the Ocklawaha river, in section
township 10 south, range 21 east, a
or near the present pontoon bridge on
the lands of this company, at which

point the -width of said river is about
thirty feet and the depth of the water
therein about seven feet, which bridge
is to be constructed under the ap

proval of the war department of the
United States of America.
Dated this August 16th. A. D. 1915.

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PYTHIAN SISTLICS
The Ocala TemDle Lodge No. 28

Pvthian Sisters, meets every Tuesday

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

I cordially invited to meet with us.

Lena lompKins, 2. t..
Kate B. Howell, M. R.

KXIOIITH OF PYTHIAS

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Convention

Held everv Mondav at 8 P. m at

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

iting brothers. C. B. Howell, C l.

Chas. K. sage, is.. 01 -au

CHAPTER XO. 13, R. A. M.

Resrular convocations of the Ocala

Hhanter No. 13. K. A. M.. on tne

fourth Frldav in every montn at

8 p. m. II. S. Wesson, H. 1.

Jake no-n. Secretary.

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THE WATCHING EYE Seventeenth Episode of the Exploits of
Elaine.
A HOT TIME IN PUNKVILLE Lubin animated cartoon.
THE INVENTOR'S PERIL Lunin two reel drama featuring Joseph
.Smiley and Lillie Leslie.
ADMISSION FROM 3:30 TO 10:30, FIVE AND TEN CENTS
CHANCE OF PROGRAM DAILY

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Saint Leo, Pasco County, Florida
Five Miles West of Dade City ami On' Mile East of San Antonio
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MEN, INCORPORATED JUNE 4, 1889
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new rooms for Business School, full banking equipment. New chemical
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boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, basketball; Christian but unde undenominational;
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OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS

(If you have any item3 for thi3
Thought for the Day
What greater thing is there for
two souls than to feel that they are
joined for life to .strengthen each
other in all sorrow, to minister to
each other in all pain, to be one with
each other in silent unspeakable mem memories
ories memories at the moment of the lat part parting.
ing. parting. George Eliot.
i Mr. and Mrs. Charles chaperoned i
! merry splash party at Eastlake Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon. Swimming and canoe canoe-i
i canoe-i ir.g was enjoyed during the first part
of the evening after which a picnic
supper was .served and enjoyed by Mr.
and Mrs. Charles, Misses Mae Stein
and Edna Counts, Mr. Lee Stein and
Mr. J. E. Phillips.
The weekly meeting of the reading
club was held this afternoon at the
residence of Mrs. W. I). Carn. This
organization which has proven one of
the most enjoyable in the city, has
just completed a splendid series of
study, "The Education of a Music
Lover," "History in Painting" and
"Improvements of Towns and Cities,'
the latter being the closing study for
the year. The club disbanded for the
summer season to reorganize early in
October.
Miss Helena Lester, who has been
so charmingly feted during her short
visit with Misses Hester and Marian
Dewey, returned to her home in Key
West this afternoon, much to the re regret
gret regret of her hostesses and their friends.
Honoring their house guest, Miss
Helena Lester of Key West, Misses
Marian and Hester Dewey entertain
ed the members of the Tuesday auc auction
tion auction club yesterday instead of today,
Miss Lester being obliged to return
home today. The young ladies met
at Miss Deweys' at 4:30. The three
tables for cards were placed on the
veranda. Besides the club members
were Misses Alice Bullock, Mary Bur Bur-ford,
ford, Bur-ford, Carol Perrenot, Adele Bittinger
and Hope Robinson. A salad course
with sandwiches and ice tea was en enjoyed,
joyed, enjoyed, Mrs. J. R. Dewey assisting her
daughters in serving. The club prizes,
two dainty powder puffs, were won by
Misses Hope Robinson and Rosebud
Robinson.
Two very charming young ladies
from Worthington Springs, Misses
Ethel Lamb and Grace Worsley, ar arrived
rived arrived Sunday evening and are guests
of Miss Ellen Stripling.
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Misses Mary Burford and Carol
Perrenot returned yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon from a week-end spent at the
Lake Weir cottage of Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence Camp.
Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Scott and little
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Scott
and Mrs. J. H. Taylor returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday from a two weeks stay at
Pass-a-Grille.
Mr. and Mrs. Allison Wartmann,
who have been spending some time
with Mrs. Wartmann's parents in
Fordyce, Ark., are at home again, and
were greeting friends in this city yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon, returning to Citra
late in the evening.
Mrs. Roy Bowers spent yesterday
in town. She reports things at Camp
Musco moving along splendidly
The boys of the camp are having a
happy time, going in bathing, boat
riding and taking long hikes, and the
days are passing all too rapidly.
Miss Floyd Whittle has resumed
her position at Rheinauer's after n
vacation spent with friends at Eustis.
Dr. and Mrs. W. K. Lane are enter entertaining
taining entertaining Miss Winnifred Cobb of Talla Tallahassee.
hassee. Tallahassee. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Barnett and
children and Master Alfred Blakeney
returned yesterday afternoon from a
lengthy stay at Lake Weir, where
they went to enjoy the fine bathing
and fishing.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Camp are spend spending
ing spending a few days at home, coming up
from the lake yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. J. M. Tyson and little son re returned
turned returned home this afternoon from a
visit to friends and relatives in
Gainesville.
"Miss Ethel Harrell, so pleasantly
remembered in this city and a niece
of Mrs. Clarence Camp, is spending
this week at Ocean Pond near Val Val-dosta,
dosta, Val-dosta, a member of a houseparty giv given
en given by twenty-five Valdosta young men
and members of the Ocean Pond Coun Country
try Country Club.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Waterman are
spending some time at Atlantic Beach,
Mr. Waterman going over Sunday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. Dr. and Mrs. L. F. Blalock went to
Jacksonville yesterday afternoon. Dr.
Blalock will return home today, but
Mrs. Blalock will remain for a week's
visit to Mrs. Jack Rentz and family.
Mrs. S. G. Moyers will spend to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow in Jacksor ville, going up on
the early morning and returning on
the last evening train. Mrs. Moyers
goes especially to witness the pro production
duction production of her latest play, "The Bride

department, call 'phone 106)

of the Sea," and incidentally to per perfect
fect perfect arrangements for moving to that
city to reside in the early autumn.
The Eastern Star sewing circle will
meet at Vonge's hall Wednesday aft
ernoon at 3:30 o'clock and make final
plans for the the picnic to be given at
Silver Springs August 31st.
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.,
will celebrate the birthday of Robert
Morris, founder of the order, by giv giving
ing giving a basket picnic at Silver Springs,
August 31st. The chapter has invited
several other chapters to join them
and a splendid time is anticipated.
Mrs. S. R. Whaley and daughters
expect to leave tomorrow for a round
of visits to friends and relatives in
Madison and White Sulphur Springs.
m m m
Miss Mary Lee Hill is expected
home from Knoxville, Tenn., on Sat
urday. She has been taking a sum
mer course in one of the universities
of that city.
Mrs. F. S. Sanders left yesterday
for .Opelika, Ala., to visit relatives
there and in Auburn until Christmas.
Mrs. Mae Bingham returned yes
terday afternoon from a visit to her
brother, Mr. L. H. Bingham, and fam
ily, in Jacksonville.
Mrs. M. K. Bingham and her grand
daughter, Miss Vivienne Eycleshimer
will leave Thursday morning for a
visit to friends in Winter Haven.
Mrs. W. M. Wagnon, after a most
pleasant visit to her aunt, Mrs. D. M.
Smith, in this city, left yesterday
afternoon for her home in Tampa.
M
Mrs. T. J. Killebrew and children
left yesterday for a summer visit to
Newton, Ala.
.
An Ocala party consisting of Mrs.
J. II. Taylor, Mrs. G. S. Scott and Dr.
and Mrs. E. L. Scott left St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg for the Marion county seat and
business center this morning. They
enjoyed ten days spent in recreation
at Pass-a-Grille. St. Petersburg In
dependent.
Mr. W. B. Gallagher was accom
panied to Inverness today by Misses
Tommie Standley and Ellen Leigh.
Mrs. A. R. G. Morrison of Brooks
ville passed through the city yester
day afternoon en route to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville for a visit to her son, Mr. Gary
Alexander.
Miss Minnie Lee Carlisle will leave
next week for a visit to friends in
Palatka, Brooksville and St. Peters Petersburg.
burg. Petersburg. The Star regrets to say that Mis3
Lillian Tweedy of DeLand, who is
here on a visit to her mother, was
taken quite sick yesterday. .She is,
however, somewhat better today.
Mrs. Harry Booth has gone to New
York City to spend two months with
her brother at his home there.
We must have cash to run our 1U3 1U3-iness.
iness. 1U3-iness. Bring us your vulcanizing and
we will exchange the best vulcanizing
you ever had for your cash. Oavies,
the Tire Man. 8-12-tf
Our sheet music stock Is up-to-date.
Daily demonstrations.
S 2-tf Lattner's Fiano Store.
A full line of loose leat ledgers,
note Looks and memorandums al
ways on hand at Gerig's. if
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnnys P.ace. tf
FRESH buttermiiK at the Court
Pharmacy fountain every day. if
SEE 'Hils r'ARM on tne Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresb vegetr les, milk and eggs, tf
STUDIO WILL REOPEN
Miss Ethel Haycraft, graduate of
Brenau Conservatory and pupil of
Otto Pfefferkorn, will reopen her
studio September 1st. Phone 131. 18t
GALVANIZED,
CORRUGATED,
and FLAT SHEETS
All Forms of Metal
Rooting
All sizes and Gauges. Prompt
delivery from the largest and most
complete stock in Florida.
FLORIDA METAL PRODUCTS
COMPANY
3650 Evergreen Ave Jacksonville.
Sold by the Ocala Lumber and
Supply Company

Scrap Book

A Tall Boy.
Monte Cross, tbe old time short-stop,
has a new story of Chris vou der Abe.
under whom lioer Connor worked iu
bis early days lu tbe majors. When
the old St. Iau1s team was ou the road
Chris used to have business nut-tin;:
of his team which outrivaled a min minstrel
strel minstrel show. They were holding such a
meeting In Chris' room ou the eleveuth
floor of a New York hotel. Chris was
presiding, and the players, rau'ed lu
rows, were skylark ins like a lot" f
boys lu whool. Finally Chris Imine
stern and demanded:
"Tommy Dowd, vot lss you laugh laughing
ing laughing atr
"Boy outside the window made a
face at me," replied Dowd seriously.
"Clements," said Chris sternly, "pull
down dot shade." Exchange.
Th Tr of Peac.
Oh. peed the moment on
When wrong shall ce.-us and liberty and
love
And truth and ritfht throughout the earth
be known
Aa In thf-lr home above.
Then shall all shackles fall; the stormy
clangor
Of wild war music o'er the earth shall
cease:
Love shall tread out the baleful fire of
anger
And in its ashes plant the tree of peace.
Whlttler.
Useless to Call Him.
A highland man from Tabermory
asked the price of a railway ticket
from Oban to Klllln of the clerk at the
Oban railway station.
"So much." replied the clerk.
"Hoot nwa," replied Innald: "it's
far ower dear! IM rather walk." and
on he started.
He had not proceeded far when the
train came tearing along, whistling as
It neared a station.
"Ye needna whistle for me." said
Donald. "I made ye an offer a!n-e
and ye wndna tak it. sae ye can gang
on. I'm no comin'." Dundee Adver Advertiser.
tiser. Advertiser. Too Late.
Dr. vonvStephan. the German post postmaster
master postmaster general, once took train from
Koenlgsberg to enjoy a few days deer deerstalking.
stalking. deerstalking. Arrived nt IMrschau. a town
near his destination, be stepjed Into
the station telegraph -othYe to send
news of his safety to his wife in Ber Berlin.
lin. Berlin. The official recognized Ifis chief
at once and with all obsequiousness
began to write down his message.
Suddenly the Morse instrument, used
for sen-Ice telegrams only, began to
work, and very shortly his excellency
pricked up his ears, for he distin distinguished
guished distinguished the particular clicks that rep represented
resented represented his own name. A glance at
the clerk's face, now ileathly pale. In Induced
duced Induced him to Inquire further into the
purport of this state telegram, and
when the clicking had ceased he took
up the paper ribbon and read as fol follows:
lows: follows: "Look out for squalls. Stephan Is
somewhere on the line. Die will be
poking his nose everywhere.
The postmaster -general smiled sar sardonically
donically sardonically and then went to the trans transmitter
mitter transmitter and flashed back this reply:
"Too late. He has already poked his
nose In here. Stephan."
H Apologized.
The vice president of a certain rail railroad,
road, railroad, so the story goes, was traveling
Incognito, and In the chief paint shop
of the system encountered an Irish
brush wielder working in an apparent apparently
ly apparently careless manner at removing paint
from tbe side of a car. Upon remon remonstrating
strating remonstrating with the man he received this
reply: "Ah, come now, go long wid
yez. I guess I know me blsness." The
foreman painter roasted Pat and told
him it was the vice president of the
road and that he must apologize. So
I'Mt solemnly went to aiologlze. He
said to the official: "I apologize all
right; I apologize for being imiiolite.
but be Jabers, I can't paj- attention to
every confounded fool that comes
along."
Ho Needed the Clark.
When Tim Campbell was In the Fif Fiftieth
tieth Fiftieth congress' he stole a clerk from
Congressman Scott. Scott was a new
member and was made chairman of a
committee which gave him a clerkship.
He knew nothing about the clerk;
Campbell did. Through some means
or another he had the clerkship trans-
f erred to his own committee. Six
months later Scott learned of the trick.
Meeting Campbell he said:
"That was a like piece of petty lar-
cenj
"Tut, tut, Mr. Scott." said Campbell:
"my committee needed a clerk worse
than yours." Then with twinkling eyes
he continued. "You are a millionaire
and can a (Turd to hire half a dozen
clerks, while I must go to the govern
ment for clerical assistance."
The ready reply amuseil Scott. Tbe
two men were always the best of
friends thereafter.
The Emblem He Selected.
Ird Saye and Sele is a very strong
opiiieut of "votes for women." apro apro-1oh
1oh apro-1oh of which fact be bas told an amus-
liiif story.
He on-e attended a book dinner, at
which ail the guests were exiected to
apleur with an emblem denoting the
title of a lok. Lord Saye and Sele
veiit in a ir ordinary evening dress, but
he arik-l a lady's jtettlcoat over his
ar :i. No aie coul 1 guess what book
lie rep:e-eiited. Iut when he told them
ever- one was greatly amuseu.
IIi- lrd hip's eiublein represented
Kl!-liis famous l.ook "Life's Hand!
:-st Hi lor.I.ohlp won the first prize.
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"I never hesitate to recomend Cham Chamberlain's
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than any other preparation of like
character. I have used it myself and
found it gave me mors relief than any anything
thing anything else I have ever tried for the
same purpose." Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. ADVERTISE IN THE STAR.

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PARLOR
We wi:h to announce to our patrons and
friends that we have made arrangements to guar guarantee
antee guarantee to our customers better service than they
hae received at our hands for several seasons.
We have secured the tble 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 as early as the Leadinp Styles of
the season are fully determined she will arrive at
the Affleck Millinery Farlor, 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.
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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
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WHEN YOU DEAL WITH US.
WHEN IT'S HARDWARE, "WE'VE GOT IT."
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EfTUng Clerk. Telepboca Operator,
cr any other femaio member of your
eSea force crritVn t leave Saturday;
J5a hzro cciy to use tbe'Femaie Help
Wanted" or "Situation Wanted Femala
fWumra of --OUR PAPER--
to bring aa al'roundrdesirable applicant
tor the position bright and earfy jfr next
morning.

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SOCIAL FRIDAY
As the clock chimes eight next Fri Friday
day Friday night
Come to the church; don't le late
there's be a light.
Well measure you only i cents for
every foot you are high.
Boiled peanuts, O my!
And for every inch over one cent,
just think.
Come one, come all, meet with the
Ilaracas and Philatheas
In their new hall.
Public is invited.
r:r:i POTATOES
Our new Irish potatoes for fall
planting .are now in. Ocala Seed
Store. 8-11-tf
FOR A Si-KAIXED ANKLE
If you will get a bottle of Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Liniment and observe the di directions
rections directions given therewith faithfully,
ycu will recover in much less time
than is usually required. Obtainable
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For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Your Order will have
'mmedlate Attention-
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At SxnoaJfc'a Wagon hhop.
L. ALEXANDER
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CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for th Money than Any Other
Contractor in the city.
Try one oT tnos? frosted pints uf
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OCALA EVENING STAR TUESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1913

FOUR

OCALA OCCURENCES

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FINE OFFER FROM PHILLIPS

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Odd Fellows meet tonight.

Masons meet Thursday evening.
Robert Martin remains in jail. It is
the opinion of Sheriff Galloway that
the young man is demented.

' Secretary Rooney and a number of

other citizens attended the picnic at

Anthony today.

Cant. Fred Priest of Palatka was

visiting his Ocala friends yesterday

Mr. J. G. Kichline, the Eastlake

merchant, spent Monday and some of

his loose change in Ocala.

Mr. Fount Caldwell, a prominent
citizen of Jasper, is visiting friends in
the city.
W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida.
Mr. William Bujlock is in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville for a short business trip.

Mr TMwnrd Tucker has returned

from a hasty business trip to Jack
sonville.

Have you tried those delicious Max-

ixe cherries? 50 cents per pound, at

Gerig's.

""Miss Susan" Cassels of Plant City,
who is here on a visit to her brother,
Prof. W. II. Cassels for the benefit of
her health, is greatly improved.
A new line of high grade stationery
in all the latest styles and cuts at
Gerig's. tt-
Mr. S. II. Kelley, of Jacksonville,
with the Maxwell Motor Sales Corpo Corporation,
ration, Corporation, was in town today, calling on
the Maxwell agent for Marion county.

DlD'NT "5- TELA- -VA" VElU
-HS THINC3 OOT tH(

T SOOTH THE

For Good Exhibits at the .Marion

County Fair
Ocala, Fla., July .11,
A. C. Cobb, Secretary Marion County ;
Fair Association, Ocala, Fla.
Dear Sir: I will give a $10 gold i
piece to the man or boy in Marion ;
county who exhibits at the fair in
November the best 100 ear- of corn,
and to the woman or girl who exhibits
at the fair in November the best
cans of assorted vegetables put up by

II t l rcil nun iv, -

to get the exhibit of corn and vegeta vegetables
bles vegetables on- payment of this premium.
This is 10c. per ear for the corn and
20c. per can for the vegetables.
Yours truly,
J. P. Phillips.

SNAPSHOTS OF
NOTABLE PERSONS

Count Cadorna, Italian Com Commander
mander Commander In Chief.

tUiiS LAND

The Yellowstone Rctibn as Jaine
Bridgcr Saw It.

OUR PUBLIC FORUM

AND HE WAS A TRUTHFUL MAN

WEATHER REPORT
This report Is made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.

LIGHTS FOR EATTLEFIELDS.
Our Army Officials Are Msking a Study

of the Newest Devices.
The secretary of war lias lirected the

engineer corps of tne LinteU fctaies
army to make nn exSi.u.-tive stwly of
searchlights. Hares, star bombs. aiil

such other lights as the Euroi-eans are

now using in war.

According to the Army and Navy

Journal, searchlights arc for obvious

reasons kept dark until the Held artil artillery
lery artillery has ceased tiring and the enemy

la charging. To Illuminate a licul over

which the enemy Is to advance. star

ernment.
Aug. 1
Aug. 2
Aug. 3
Aug. 4
AUG. 5
Aug. 6
Aug. 7

Aug. 8

Aug. 9
Aug. 10

Aug. 11

Aug.

Aug.
Aug.
Aug.

Aug.

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13
14
15
16

Max. Min
90 74
90 75
88 70
92 74
93 75
85 72
89 70
88 70.
... 91 72
89 71
89 71
92 73
90 74
89 74
' 89 75
91 76

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Flares, which are merely modified

fireworks, are like the familiar red.

.39 white and blue lights used In Fourth

.05 of JulJ celebrations to illuminate

streets and parks. Sappers go out in
front of the trenches with flares, which
are then connected with the headquar

ters of the officers in command of the
first line, who by setting them off at

18 Intervals throughout the nizht can keep

the battle front continually lighted.
Star bombs are also adaptations of

modern fireworks. They are shot from
mortars into the sky. where for twen

ty minutes they will give off an In

tense light over a wide circle of the
surroundlnsr country. Ilefore one bomL

dies out another Is shot into the air
A kind of star bomb, shot into .the sky

like an ordinary rocket. Is used by both

;v, ixrTctav nart v armies lor hiyuuun ui iiu.

- 1 liu . 1 llvlttn n a ,tw-iCA T MIT

V. arA I 11 IS Willi MUU UpUlS -- ""

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our own engineer corps is no cuimuu cuimuu-tng
tng cuimuu-tng experiments at the barracks in

Washington.

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Local f orecast

Fair

cloudy, probably showers
central portions.

The Temple last night had a re

markably fine picture story in Harold

Macfirath's "Caroet from Bagdad." It

was remarkably well illustrated and
was seen with great interest. The

feature story for next Monday night

Mr. and Mrs. Jesse G. Meadows, of

Reddick, are in the city today on a

shopping tour. Mr. Meadows has re

Kitrripd his position with the Reddick

Cold Storage Company to accept one j will be Cyrus Townsend Brady's "Isl

- with the Kendie eroves just west of and of Regeneration." It is a most in

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Lowell, where he will make nis iu- teresung story in me oook, mm uu-

turp home bly interesting on the picture screen

The Temple tonight will have the

The Snarr schools opened yester- seventeenth episode of ine ix

... li -x ti: it u a tt. rr:.. ;n

djiv with the best attendance tney pious oi routine, rt. nui

have ever had on the opening day. Punkville," a Lubin animated cartoon,

Miss Josie Parrish, of Lake Butler, and "The Inventor's enl," a two reel

ni-incinal and Miss Grace Krown- Lumn orama, ieaiunng josepn omuey

r twi Cit.v nsRistant. The out- and Lettie LiiW.

Illg, V. w

look for a most successful term
fine.

Where Steadiness Is Requisite.

A steady hind in military nfTairs is

more requisite tlu:n in peace, because
an error commit'- ,' !:i war nry prove
.rreniedir'ble c-tm

Photo by American Press Association.
Count Luigl Cadorna. commander In
chief of the Italian armies now operat-

H; Adventure With an Elk at the Fa Famous
mous Famous Obsidian Cliff and the Effect
of a Ride Through Alum Creek Sto Story
ry Story of the Mountain That Was Cursed.
!
As a teller of tales Muiu-Iiaux'ii had
a worthy rival in Janus Hrider. the
celebrated hunter, trader and guide,
whost- name and career are part of the
pioneer history of the 'ttest. I'ridger
was thoroughly familiar with the re region
gion region now comprised in tLe Yellowstone
lark tm far Uuk as
Iu his ljok. -The Yellowstone Park."
the author. Ilinim Martin Chittenden,
brigadier general I'nlted tates army,
retlrel. sts down some of the yarns
Brtlger told about that land of won wonders.
ders. wonders. Many of the Yellowstone coun country
try country tales ascrilted to Bridger have sur sur-vlvetl
vlvetl sur-vlvetl to this day, prolably because
they have never In-en ipped. The
first story (ieneral C'hitteudeu tells re relates
lates relates to the celebrated Ok-idian cliff,
a mass of black volcanic glass with

wuiiu an me iouriis are laminar, us

discovery hy Brldgcr was the result of
a hunting trip, and it hapiened In this

way:

"Coming one day In sight of a mag

nificent elk, he took careful aim at the

uususitectlng animal and fired. To hU

amazement the elk not only was not
wounded, but seemed not to have heard
the noise of the rltle. Brldger drew
considerably nearer and gave the elk
the benefit of his most deliberate aim.
but with the same result as before. A
third and fourth effort met with simi-

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ing against the Austrians, was born

and reared in a military atmosphere. I lar fate. Utterly exasperated, he seized
He was born sixty-five years ago in I his rifle by the bairel, resolved to use

IX-Peter Radford
On "Back to tho Soil With Wall Street"
When Wall Street wants good business men she
usually goes back to the soil to get them. That financial
thoroughfare is said to be honeycombed with men who
have plowed barefoote-d, who have drur.k branch water,
eaten ccrnbread and molasses and slept on the floor in
their early days. A man is more capable of holding the
reins cf business who k&ows how to drive a team of
mules, shear a sheep or put a ring in a shoat's nose. A
man is better equipped to meet the problems of life who
in his youth has walked the log across the creek to get
to Echccl. courted the girls at husking bees and
pitched horse shoes Saturday afternoon. A man who has

spent the r-ioonTght niphts of his yc-uth pessura hunting, going to protracted
meetings arid occasionally turning down the community at a spelling match
Las the risht sort cf stuff in Iiim to make a good business man. The active
otlioia!-? of most of the large business organizations of America it is said
weie. with a very few exceptions, raised on tho farm, and could swim the
creek. ch iiy. chop wood, milk tho cows or slop the hogs as easily as
thej' c ;.n v cil i-.i o business institutions.
The farmers look to the?" capable and loyal sons of the soil to assist in
the solution of the busine: s j rebkms of agriculture. Wa'l Street Is reputed
to be capable of financing everything from a Y. M. C. A. to a war. so why not
I nar.ee agriculture? It Is not suEicirrst to lend money to n correspondent to
lend to a local banker, to lend to a broker to lend to a merchant, to lend to
the landlord Vt lend to a farmer. Such a financial system sounds like the
house that Jack built, and is just about as useful. Neither is r.s s5stance com complete
plete complete when money is furnished buyers to "move the crop." What the farmer
wants is money to hold the crop. What better security is there than a ware warehouse
house warehouse receipt for a bale of cotton, a sack of wheat or a bushel of corn and
why will such securities rot travel by the side of government bonds?
The Amc rican farmer is a capable plowman. He always has filled and al always
ways always vill f.!I the nation's granary, larder and wardrobe, but he has nothing
to say in fixing the price of his products. The problem confront !ng the farm farmers
ers farmers of this nation today is marketing and Its solution !r; mic's '.rtt urm the
farmer organizing for concert of action and the ca-orcra'io i of the financial
Interests In marketing the crop. Agriculture is the b.Tq.-t t,:.s ? ess in
America and the only one that has cot a finaucial system a I.:: tod to ils u?e.

WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL ?

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

is

Elizabeth Fry.
Elizabeth Fry's' great work, for

Mr. J. II. Johnson will soon leave .....

iuai i iagc. it, w clo 111 utu uv

paid her first and memorable visit to

Newgate prison, and In 1817 formed

the Association for the Improvement
of Female Prisoners in Newgate,

which attracted such widespread in-

for a well-earned vacation at nis oia

home in Asheville, and while absent

will visit other points in North Caro
.lina.. He will return in November.

James B. Haney of Ocala has re

cently rented through the agency of
J. E. D. Graves the Hubbell cottage

on North Atlantic avenue, which he

will occupy for an indefinite length of

time. Seabreeze item in Daytona

Journal.

terest. Her efforts were not confined

to Great Britain, many continental
prisons being the better for her
labors.

WANTED From 1 to 100 head of
hogs to fatten on shares, or by the
month at 80c per head. Every pre precaution
caution precaution will be used to keep hogs in

a healthy condition. W. I. Perry,

Oxford, Fla. 8-lG-2Gt

Piedmont, the most martial of the Ital

ian piovinces. His ancestors were sol soldiers.
diers. soldiers. He began his military education at
the age of ten, when he entered the
military school at Milan, continuing
his studies five years later at the mil

itary academy at Turin. At seventeen
he was made a sublieutenant on the
general staff and began a course at
the School of War. At twenty-five he
was a captain and eight years later

was given command of a regiment of
Infantry. He reached the grade of
general in 1SI8 and five years ago was
made commander of an army corps.
When the present war broke out last
August he was raised to the post of
commander In chief of the Italian ar

my by King Victor Emmanuel and as assigned
signed assigned the task of putting the army In

var condition.
Count Cadorna married In 1SS1 the
Marchioness ISalbL lie has four chil children,
dren, children, a son and three daughters. Two
of the latter are nuns, while the third
Is a writer. The son is an army officer.

PRACTICAL HEALTH HINT.

The coroner's jury at Romeo has

rendered a decision that Cribbs,

Homer Dean's s

manslaughter. Officials here say that
this finding of the jury is irregular,

that it could only decide what caused

Dean's death without fixing the grav gravity
ity gravity of the offense. Cribbs has not yet

been caught.

Cecelia, the little daughter of Mr.
Peter Loos, a farmer living near
Ocala, stepped on a piece of broken

glass this morning and cut her foot
severely. She was .brought to town
and had the wound dressed, beside
which the doctors eave her tetanus

anti-toxin.

After Effects of Typhoid.
A studv of 1.574 cases of ty-

laver is guilty of ? Pnold fever shows tnat 140 dIed
layer, is gunvy I 51 ...v.., i t,,,f a-hih u

not quite one out of every ten.
Of the 1,428 who recovered from
the Immediate effects of the dis disease
ease disease the death rate for the first
three years was nearly twice the
normal death rate of a similar
group of persons who had not
had typhoid. As the cause of
death among the patients who
died following recovery from ty typhoid,
phoid, typhoid, tuberculosis heads the
list, with a rate of 39 per cent;
with diseases of the heart fol following,
lowing, following, with a rate of 14.8 per
cent. In other words, the
chances for having tuberculosis
are Increased about three times
in those who have recovered
from typhoid, while the chances
for heart diseases are. about

doubled. In the United States &
each year 8,000 deaths occur J
among persons who have recov- s

ered from an attack of typhoid

FOR RENT A splendid home prop

erty, comparatively new, at corner of

South Ninth street and Orange ave avenue;
nue; avenue; 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

England's Strong Man.
War, which always brings to the
fore the strongest man or men in any
nation, generally a military command commander,
er, commander, has brought to the position of great,
est power in Great Drltnlu a civilian,
David Lloyd-George, formerly chan chancellor
cellor chancellor of the exchequer, but now min minister
ister minister of munitions iu the new coalition
cabinet This post gave him almost
dictatorial authority in providing for
an Industrial army to manufacture
cannon and ammunition for the armies
In the field. That he was the man for
the place has been proved by the en enrollment
rollment enrollment of more than 100,000 work workmen
men workmen in the munitions army. Also he
showed bis great power when he pr-

FOR RENT Well located and nlcelj
furnished rnenn in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
nousekeeping. Inquire at the Co
lonial. 7-tf

Prof. E. H. Miller, principal of the i

Mcintosh school, is among the strang strangers
ers strangers in town today. He is arranging

for the opening of his school on Mon

day, September 20th.

Mr. R. C. Scott, proprietor of the fever, but who. as a result of
Ortega Kennels, at Jacksonville, ar- J Impaired vitality from the dis-

rived in Ocala yesterday with several

of his high bred dogs for exhibition.
He is accompanied by Mr. James

Hutchinson, also of the metropolis,
and they came via the water route
hp tween Ocala and Jacksonville the

er.tire way.

FOR RENT Five room cottage with

modern improvements, four blocks

from square; garage on premises. Ap

ply to Geo. J. Blitch. 8-ll-6t

FOR RENT Three rooms furnished

for light housekeeping; lights and wa

ter free; or two rooms for $12 per
month; three rooms for $15 per
month. Fine location on South Third

street. Inquire at Star office. 10-12t

Another fresh shipment of Triola

sweets just in at Gerig's. tf.

Dr. Watt's Office is now in the

llnldor Rlnrk.. Phone No. 7. 17-5t.

ease, succumb during the first or
second year after recovery. Be Besides
sides Besides lowering the vitality so
that other diseases are not to be
resIstedtyphold often leaves the

T patient maimed for life, and

memory is frequently Impaired. 4

T These considerations should bear 2
' an especial appeal to those who A

2 still tolerate flies and fly Infect-
ed food and who have not yet

made up then minds to be vaccl- T
nated against typhoid. 5
4

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DAVID IXOTD-GEOBGX.

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Effects Her DeliYerance.

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Draper, N C Mrs. Helen Dalton, ol
this place, says: "I suffered for years,

wnn pains in my leu muc, anu wuum
otten almost smother to death.

Medicines patched me up for awhile

but then 1 would get worse again. Final Finally,
ly, Finally, my husband decided he wanted me to

try Cardui, the weman s ionic, so ne
bought me a bottle and I began using it.

it did me more gooa man an me medi medicines
cines medicines 1 had taken.
I have induced many of my friends to
try Cardui, and they all say" they have
been benefited by its u?e. There never
has been, and never w ill be, a medicine
to comoare with Cardui. 1 believe it is
a good" medicine for all womanly trou troubles."
bles." troubles." For over 50 years. Cardui has been re relieving
lieving relieving woman's sufferings and building
"ak women up to healtn and strength.
If you are a woman, give it a fair trial,
should surely help you, as it has a
lillion others.
Get a bottle cf Cardui to-day.

Writ t: Chattanooga Ved cine Co Ladies'

inKf on your case acn 64 pa book. Hcrr 1
Treatment for Women." in plain wrapper. H.C I S.C I

vailed upon 200.000 striking coal min miners
ers miners in Wales to return to their labor
of supplying coal to the British fleet.
Lloyd-George has hated war and op opposed
posed opposed with all his force the doctrine
of militarism, but all these personal
opinions were thrown aidc last Au August
gust August when Kngland t :ist her voice (or
war. As minister f munitions Lloyd Lloyd-George
George Lloyd-George h;is boon 'inpve;ed to enroll
workmen und to exact of them a
discipline :;hat.t as "overe jis that
maintained in the army. He was also
given power to limit the protits of the
factory owners and master workmen.
David Lloyd-George of Welsh par parentage.
entage. parentage. He was Inirn In Manchester.
Kngland. In ivCi. I at was educated In
Wales. II chose the law for a pro profession
fession profession and Is a solicitor of great abil ability.
ity. ability. Since ISM he has loen a memler

of parliament from Carnarvon- He

fervd as '-hnncellor of the exchequer

since 100S.

It as a club, since it had failed as a
firearm. Hushing madly toward the
elk, he suddenly crashed into an im immovable
movable immovable vertical wall which proved to
be a mountain of perfectly transparent
glass, on the farther side of which,
still In peaceful securltj-, the elk was
quietly grazing.
"Stranger still, the mountain was not
only of pure glass, but was a ierfect
telescope lens. and. whereas the elk
seemed but a few yards off. It was In
reality twenty-live miles away."
Another of Bridger'a discoveries was
an ice cold spring near the summit of
a lofty mountain, the water from
which flowed down over a long,
smooth slope, where It acquired such

velocity that It was !oiling hot when j

It reached the Uittoui. This, a later in investigator
vestigator investigator of the Flrvhole river found,
was a case in which a hot spring dis discharged
charged discharged into the river bed.
Alum creek, a tributary of the Yel Yellowstone,
lowstone, Yellowstone, received its name from an

accidental discovery by Brldger. One
day he forded the creek and rode out
several miles and back. He noticed
that the return journey vas only a
small fraction of the distance going
and that his horse's feet had shrunk
to mere olnts which sank into the
solid ground so that the animal could
scarcely hobble along.- Seeking the
cause, he found it to be In the astrin astringent
gent astringent qualities of the water, which was
saturated with alum to such an extent
that It had poo pucker distance
Itself.
Brldger also found a fine place to
fisli : -Somewhere along the shore an

Immense boiling spring discharges Its
overflow directly Into the lake. The
specific gravity of the water Is less
than that of the lake, owing to the ex

pansive action of heat, nnd It floats in

a stratum of three or four feet thick

upon the cold water underneath. When

Brldger was In need of fish it was to
this place that he went. Through the
hot upper stratum he let fall his bait

to the subjacent habitable zone ana.
having hooked his victim, cooked him
on the way out!
The visitor to the region of petrifica petrifications
tions petrifications in the northeast corner of the
park and to various points In the hot
s'prings districts will have no difficulty
in discovering the base material out of
whlfh Brldger contrived the following
picturesque yarn:
"A mountain In the park was once
cursed by a great medicine man of the
Crow nation. Everything on the moun

tain at the time of this dire event be

came Instantly ietrifled and has re remained
mained remained so ever since. All forms of
life are standing nliout In stone where

they were suddenly caught by the
petrifying Influences, even as the In Inhabitants
habitants Inhabitants of ancient Tompell were sur

prised by the ashes of Vesuvius. Sage

brush, grass, prairie fowls, antelopes,
elks and boars may there be seen as
perfect as In actual life. Dashing tor torrents
rents torrents and the spray mist fnui them

stand forth in arrested motion as If
carved from rock by a sculptor's chisel.
Even flowers are blooming in colors of
crystal, and birds soar with wings
ppread In motionless flight, while the
air floats with music and perfnmes
siliceous, and the sun and moon shioe
with pertrlfled light!" It I denied,
though, that Baidgor was responsible
for the story that even the laws of
pravltation were tetrlfled In the region.

THE STATE UNIVERSITY
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Highest standards, ranking with the
largest' and best Universities of the
North and Cast.
37 students last f.cn. Total en enrollment
rollment enrollment 639. including fci;rr.u:T tcho.-L
Tuition free, excepting 120 p.- f f-mester
mester f-mester for law.
For further Information address,
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Fl.Oltlllt STATi: COIXKfiK FOR
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Stun1irJ the sa ne s timse of th
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In every 1.000 marriages solemnize
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Tomorrow may be too late, so come

now and get your share of ALPINE

FLAX stationery below cost. The
Court Pharmacy. t
VEGETABLES. MILK AND EGGS

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Read this story in this paper every Wednesday and
Thursday afternoon and see the pictures Friday at the
Temple Theater.

Uncontrollable Curiosity.
MI don't see how It is that Mr. Jor Jor-wag
wag Jor-wag has so many friends. She gossips
terribly."
-Yes." replied Miss Cayenne. "Every-

S ANITA RY SEWERAGE SYSTEM.
OCALA, FLORIDA

Sealed proposals will be received
by the city council of Ocala, Florida,
at the office of the city clerk, for the
construction of a sanitary sewerage
svfiem, until Scpteml-er 1 ith, 1015, at
which time they will !e opened and
read publicly. "The wor!c includes the
furnishing of all labor, rraterial and

body seems willing to take a chance

op. telng talked about for the sake of machinery, aid equipment ot every

hearing what sne says aooui iue oiii-iKin'i neceiNar m .oon v-
ers...WashIngton Star. work a-cordingr to plana tr.c 'Pfnfa-

tions. lr.e rpproximaiT ipanuv
are a? foilovs

r,7RS' T," sewer pipe pipe-10131.V
10131.V pipe-10131.V R" sewer pipe-814-V
10 sewer pipe.
221-V 12 sewer pipe.
:4M) 1"" fewer pipe pipe-oro
oro pipe-oro 18 sewer pipe.
237 Manholes.
T Automatic Flu?h Tanks.
37 Hand Flu.h Tanks.
Necessary Y Branches.

1 Sewerage Disposal foysiem

There Is only one sort of sbabblness
that matters a shabblness of the souL
Edwin Iugh.

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

contractor, but they reserve the right
to segregate and let in sections if it
he to the best interests of the city.
Plans and specifications may be
seen at the ofT.ce of the city clerk or
the engineers. Kidding blanks may
Le obtained from the engineers or
city clerk. Copies of plans and speci specifications
fications specifications may be obtained from the
engineers at J5 per set to cover their
actual cost.
The right is reserved to reject any
and all Vids. J. M. MefTert,
President City CounciL
. il. C. Sistrunk, City Clerk.
The J. U. McCrary Company, En Engineers
gineers Engineers 1403-17 Third National Bank
Uuilding, Atlanta, Ga. S-9-5t-mon

Loyal to Hit City.
"I understand." paid a visitor from
Phlladelpla to a friend in Boston,
"that vcu hav fo hih an cpinion of

your city that ycu think heaven must
be like ncston." "Well. was the
j reply, "with a shrug cf the shoulders.
i "I btlif ve I did say so some time ago,
i but you know Proton has Improved 8

l3?t few yeara.

Kacti iiU must, oe aoo.' pa dPal !n th-!

a renins cnh M v Elrtr.nrham Aell.raM.
tional bark of Florida, or on a na-
tional bank of any other state f or t
per cent of the amount bid. orawn to i
he order of theses tdent of the coun- SY re. t. of
C The londs have teen sold, and rav- most r-brau-d m n rf anf!qu!ty Is to
ments for work will be made in cash. cor.tlnv r- n c-,r ..f childhood all
It is the desire of the city council j our days. -riutarch.
to let the contract as a whole to one I

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