Until Every Invader has been Driven Out of
the Russian Empire
'-'.AVOHIC ARMIES WILL DIG
London, Aug. 28 A vigorous de denial
nial denial that the Russian government
has thought of making a separate
peace is made by the Russian foreign
and war ministers. Foreign Minister
Sazonoff declares emphatically there
is no disagreement among the allied
commanders and there can be no
peace while German soldiers remain
on Russian soil.
ABOUT TO DIG THEMSELVES IN
Specials from Petrograd state the
Russians are about to dig themselves
in. The Russians have their armies
virtually intact and now have pros prospects
pects prospects of a more plentiful supply of
ammunition, so it is expected they
-will soon make a stand along some
CAPITAL NOT IN DANGER OF
Petrograd military writers are of
the opinion the German turning
movement in Courland wron't serious seriously
ly seriously threaten the capital this fall. The
Germans have apparently made no
progress in their efforts to secure
control of the Baltic coast. Latest
news however indicates the Ger German's
man's German's haven't given up the idea of
naval co-operation to this end.
Berlin reports warships have bom bombarded
barded bombarded Dago island, commanding the
entrance of the Finland gulf. v
PURSUING 1812 TACTICS
The Russians apparently evacuated
both IJrest-Litovsk and Olita, before
the Austro-Germans arrived, as the
latter claim no capture of booty. Aus Austria
tria Austria officially announces that Arch Archduke
duke Archduke Ferdinand found the town of
Kamieniez-Litovsk burning when he
arrived and all indications are that
the Russians are still taking every
movable thing that might aid the
Austro-Germans and are burning
what they are unable to carry.
A Big Crowd Expected to be in At Attendance
tendance Attendance at Wildwood
The people of Wildwood and the
surrounding country are anticipating
a fine time at the big neighborhood
picnic to be held there next Thursday.
Besides the generous dinner that
those people always set before their
guests, there will be a number of
athletic features on the day's pro program.
gram. program. The Oxford and Wildwrood
baseball teams will contest for the
season's championship honors and a
lively game may be expected.
Mr. Robert Thagard is chairman of
the -arrangement committee, and
gives his personal guarantee that all
who attend will be well entertained
on this occasion.
MANY PRESENT AT
THE WOODMEN MEETING
Last evening's session of Fort King
Camp Woodmen of the World was ex exceptionally
ceptionally exceptionally well attended for this time
of the year, forty-one choppers ans answering
wering answering roll call.
Four candidates for Woodmen hon honors
ors honors were escorted thru the forest by
the guides in charge, and while
treacherous mires were encountered
on the way, all landed safely on solid
ground about eleven o'clock, little the
worse for the trip. The novices
were Hugh F. Geiger, Robert B. New Newman,
man, Newman, Fred D. Fort and D. S. Smith
It was decided by the camp that as
many members as could make it .con .convenient
venient .convenient to do so would attend the
Woodmen picnic at Wildwood next
THEMSELVES III AND GENERAL
MAKING A STAND
WILSON A WHIR
ENGLISH OPINION HE HAS
WON A DIPLOMATIC VIC VICTORY
TORY VICTORY IN REGARD TO
London, Aug. 28. There is great
interest here in Washington reports
of German-American negotiations
about the Arabic." Most of the news newspapers
papers newspapers consider that Wilson has won
a diplomatic success, the effect of
which will be momentous on subma submarine
rine submarine warfare.
Bernstorff's Glittering Promises of
Germany's Good Intentions Not
Washington, Aug. 28. Germany's
sincerity in the announcement that
submarine warfare against passenger
ships has ended, must be established
before a resumption of the Lusitania
discussion, American officials believe.
Exchanges on this subject will not be
encouraged until the Arabic case is
settled. Further developments await
the official German report on the
OF GOLD IN A MONTH HAS AR ARRIVED
RIVED ARRIVED FROM EUROPE
Vanceboro, Maine, Aug. 28. The
second large shipment this month of
gold and securities from London to
New York passed thru here on a spe special
cial special train Monday. It is said to have
consisted of twenty-five millidns in
bonds and nineteen millions in gold.
It was brought over to Halifax on a
Seems Trying to Make Rev. Kayser
Out a German Spy
Gary, Ind., Aug. 28. Joseph Kram Kramer,
er, Kramer, a powder maker, when questioned
by the police in the investigation of
the death of Rev. Edmund Kayser,
said two men, one of whom looked
like Kayser, recently arranged with
"hi mto blow up the Aetna powder
works, the firm which Kramer works
for. He was to get $1500. Instead
of blowing up the works, he told the
SUNDAY SERVICES AT
THE BAPTIST CHURCH
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Preaching by the pastor,
Rev. Bunyan Stephens.
7:45 p. m. Preaching by the pas pastor.
tor. pastor. ANOTHER EASTLAND
Chicago, 111., August 28. Presi President
dent President Greenbaum of the Indiana Trans Transportation
portation Transportation Company was indicted by
the county grand jury yesterday for
manslaughter in connection with the
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION
WHITER WILL AID THEM II
JOIN THE ALLIES
FORESHADOWED IN THE FOL
LOWING DISPATCH FROM
Sofia, Bulgaria, Aug. 28. An in
spired statement in a publication
controlled by the Bulgarian govern
ment contains the announcement that
if conditions affecting Bulgaria should
be modified by granting Bulgarian
territorial demands to such an ex
tent as to call for intervention in the
war, the government would imme
diately convene parliament.
OF THE CITY
SUSPICIONS ARE ENTERTAINED
IN MARIETTA OF ALL
Marietta, Ga., Aug. 28 Eight men,
whose actions aroused the suspicions
of the citizens here, and who didn't
give satisfactory explanations of
their presence here, were rounded up
last night, placed in a box car and
sent away. Five others were warned
out of town. Since the Frank lynch
ing, several others have been warned
to 1 eave. All appeared to be laborers
looking for work. The police thought
they didn't make a serious effort to
MAY BE NECESSARY FOR BRIT
ISH GOVERNMENT TO TAKE
OVER THE COAL MINES
London, Aug. 28. Four thousand
more miners have joined the Welsh
coal strike. The advisability of the
government taking over the mines is
again being discussed.
AN 11-CENT STAMP
An 11-cent stamp, the first of this
denomination to be issued, has been
authorized by Postmaster General
Burleson to meet the parcel-post de
mand. It is to be distributed to post postmasters
masters postmasters throughout the country. The
new stamp is dark green, and bears
the profile head of Benjamin Franklin
from Houdoni's bust. The new stamp
is designed to meet the demand for
one stamp to cover insurance and C.
O. D. charges on parcel post matter.
In addition, all parcels for local de delivery
livery delivery weighing from 12 to 13 pounds
carry 11 cents postage, as do parcels
weighing seven pounds in the first
and second zones.
WILL EXCHANGE FOR AUTO
I will exchange, even, an eighty eighty-acre
acre eighty-acre tract of land within plain sight
of the depot at Leroy, Marion county,
for a five-passenger touring automo automobile,
bile, automobile, in good running condition. Land
is good land to cultivate, and has
probably some mineral under it. The
title is clear and all taxes paid. Ad Address,
dress, Address, Box 606, Ocala, Fla. 8-27 dw tf
INTFNTI (1 10
FLORIDA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1915
ITALIANS SLOWLY BUT STEAD STEADILY
ILY STEADILY GOING AHEAD
Austrians Defeated at Cattaro and
Allies Repulsed at Dardanelles
by the Ottomans
London, Aug. 28. A Rome dis-
patch says the Italians are making
slow but constant progress toward
Trieste and Trent.
AUSTRIANS WERE REPULSED
Hostilities have been resumed by
the Austrians on the Montenegrin
front. According to tee announce
ment of the Montenegrin consul gen general
eral general at Paris, the Austrians have been
ALLIES DRIVEN BACK BY THE
The Turkish reports claim that the!
allied attacks on the Gallipoli pen
insula have been repulsed.
AVIATOR MISSED HIS AIM
The German admiralty denies that
a submarine was sunK oy an ainea
aviator off Ostend. It says the ves vessel
sel vessel was not hit.
AVIATORS KEEP THE GERMANS
Paris reports the capture of several
trenches in the Vosges and announces
the French artillery has been direct-
ing an efficacious fire upon the Ger German
man German positions on various portions of
the front. What, however, is consid considered
ered considered the more significant is the con continued
tinued continued activity of the French air
squadron which' has been bombarding
the German positions in France, as
well as the munition factories in Ger
SERBIA WILL MAKE THE
It now seems certain that Serbia
is reaay u mane me lerruonai sac-
1 a ? a 1
rifices necessary to secure Bulgaria's
aid, but there is little news from the
iAID THRU THE AIR ON PARIS
Paris. Aug. 28. Four German aer-
oplanes attempted to raid Paris this
morning. They were attacked in mid-
air by a French flotilla. One German I
machine was shot to pieces.
BROKE THRU RUSSIAN
Berlin, Aug. 28. The Teutonic
pressure against' the Russians in east eastern
ern eastern Galicia has resulted in piercing
the Russian lines along the Zlota
Lipa river. Army headquarters an-
uuuuces mat a iowii uu me rarew,i
twenty miles southeast of Bialystok, J
A-1 A. A. i.L ? I
has been occupied.
ALL THE GOVERNORS
As to the Necessity of. the United
States Forming a Large Citizen
Boston, Mass., Aug. 28. The great-
est conference of governors in the punishment followed the first viola viola-history
history viola-history of the United States came to tion of law.
a close yesterday with a formal dis- In practically all of our states,
cussion of the nation's preparedness there is in the Constitution or in the
for war. Bill of Rights, which is a part of the
Practically all of the speakers ad- constitution, the following: "No per-
vocated a large citizen army organiz- son shall be deprived of life, liberty
ed by states with federal support. A or property without due process of
big standing army is not needed and I
is too expensive. I
TWO TRIALS SET
Judge Smith has set next Monday,
the 30th, for the hearing of the case
oi anarew loung, rne negro wno is
charged with killing another of his
color at Pedro some two weeks ago.
On Tuesday the preliminary hear
ing of the case with the killing of
Homer Dean, at Romeo, some days
ago will be up before Judge Smith. I
Quite a few witnesses have been sum-
moned and the case will likely con-
sume the greater part of the day.
Dr. Watt's Office is now In the I ciation, quoted below. As the result
Holder Block.. Phone No. 7. 17-5tof this English rule. Judge Charles
COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE
LOSSES IMilEN HAVE BEEII
London, Aug. 28, A Petrograd
dispatch to the Daily Mail says that
I uss,a F- new defense line is about
ready lor occupancy. The German
advance has been led along channels
J by outbursts of Russian offensive.
The Russian losses are not severe.
Three million more men have been
called to the colors for training.
DF THE LAW
Address by Former Governor Albert
W. Gilchrist of Florida Before
the Conference of Governors,
The first great trial recorded in his
tory is the trial of Adam and Eve,
charged with eating the forbidden
fruit. Adam's plea was "The woman
whom thou gavest to be with me,
she gave me of the tree. and I ate it."
The Great Ruler of the Universe was
judge, jury and the pardoning board
Adam made a double plea. First, "the
woman whom thou eavest to be with
me." For which gift of course he
was not responsible. If she had not
been given him she never would have
InskpH hm tn f th TV,.n
If ga'n. tnerf the implied plea that
ne was under obligation to please his
as is suiicu uy me iiigii uuuiur-
ty, St. Paul, Chap. 7:33. "But h
that is married is careful of the things
of the .world how he may please his
wire. "And he that is unraar
ried is careful how he please the
Lord. Adam was not responsible for
the gift and he intimated the Giver
was. If that should fail he showed
that he was under a power superior
to that of mere man, like himself.
"She gave me of the tree and I ate it."
While not denying the charge. Eve
cast the blame elsewhere stating,
"The serpent beguiled me and I ate
it." "She saw the forbidden fruit
was good or foo1" "A delight to the
eyes." "And to be desired." It did
not take much to tempt Eve to do
that which was "to be desired" and
"a delight to the eyes." She risked
the consequences. The serpent said
nothing. He was not arrainged. 'With
out a word he took his punishment.
'Upon they belly shalt thou go." He
probably did not lick out his forked
tongue, wen snowing mat even a
governor sometimes "wiggles in and
(wiggles out" upon his belly, it being
difficult to tell sometimes which way
he is wiggling. One of the conse-
quences to the female sex of this first
violation of law is sometimes violated
now ''And he shall rule over them."
Ever since man was driven out of
Eden he has striven to make an Eden
for some woman. In the decision,
technicalities played no part. Swift
law." When "right and justice" butt
ud against "due Drocess" "rieht and
justice" usually go "way back and
sit down." The result of which is
that people refuse to submit their
cases to "due process of law," if it
lis possible to compromise the same
by losing not more than one-half. In
criminal cases, Judge Lynch is too
often enthroned as the presiding
In 1873, the Parliament of England
passed a law authorizing the High
Court of England to regulate all mat
ters cf pleading and practice. The
rule adopted was substantially the
same as that recommended years af
terwards by the American Bar Asso-
Has Not Despaired on Account
of Its Reverses
COMPARATIVELY LIGHT ADD
TO OCCUPlf A HEW LIRE
Amydon, of the United States Dis District
trict District Court of North Dakota, in an
able speech, several years ago, stat stated
ed stated "No cause has appeared for the
second time in an appellate court of
England for more than thirty shears."
"During the last 75 years, nowhere in
the British Empire has a man been
snatched from the custody of the law
and sacrificed. to mob violence." Bums
well says, "It's the fear of Hell that
holds the wretch in order." It is
the certainty of punishment which
operates as a preventative of crime."
In 190, a committee of nine able
lawyers recommended to the Ameri
can Bar Association, the adoption of
certain amendments to the laws, of
the United States. The recommenda recommendations
tions recommendations were adopted and a committee
appointed to present the same before
the proper committee of Congress.
The first of these is substantially the
same as that previously adopted by
the English court:'
"No judgement shall be set aside
or reversed, -or new trLaJ granted Ly
any court of the UnitedStates in any
case, civil or criminal, on the ground
of misdirection of the jury or the im
proper admission or rejection of evi
dence, unless in the opinion of the
court to which application is made,
after an examination of the entire
cause, it Khali appear that the error
complained of has resulted in a mis
carriage of justice."
In England, the courts rarely re
verse a case. They examine into the
evidence. If necessary they secure
evidence from the witnesses, etc.
Justice is quick. "Right and justice"
there is the most important part of
"due process of law". Here is is bard
ie a shadow of due process. Some
might claim that the courts act as a
jury, r.very appellate court acts as a
jury when it is claimed the evidence
does not justify the verdict. I advo advocated
cated advocated such a law in my campaign for
governor. I recommended its passage
to the legislature of 1909. No atten attention
tion attention was paid to it. I took ground
then, that the governor as executive,
should not try to influence the mem members
bers members of the legislature, the three de
partments, executive, legislative and
udicial, being separate. After that
egisiature adjourned, I commenced a
new fight for it, speaking along that
ine. It has been claimed that the
supreme court oi Honda was not
technical and therefore no such law
was necessary. I quoted, in rebuttal,
several decrees of the supreme court
of Florida, among them was the fol following:
lowing: following: A man had been convicted
oi stealing a cow.
The evidence was conclusive. The
supreme court reversed the judge judgement
ment judgement of the lower court and awarded
the defendant a new trial on the
ground that the information charged
the defendant with stealing a "cow"
on a certain day from a certain party,
while the evidence introduced at the
trial showed that the defendant on the
same day stole a "steer" from the
said party. This was held by'the su supreme
preme supreme court to be a fatal variance
between the allegations in the infor information
mation information and the proof on which the
verdict of guilty was obtained. Of
course a new indictment was neces necessary.
sary. necessary. Whether the statute of limita limitations
tions limitations prevented such I do not know.
In commenting on the cae, I stated
to the legislature, that there was no
telling what would have been the de decision
cision decision of the learned court had the
cow turned to me a bull. I said this
looks to me like kidnapping justice.
For some time there was a coldness
letween the two ends of the capitol.
I mean no reflection on our supreme
court. They are high-toned, honor honorable
able honorable men. They just look at some
things in a different light from a lay layman,
man, layman, like myself.
I again recommended the passage
of this English law, to the legislature
of 1911. I drew up the bills, placing
one in the House and one in the Sen
I or p
ARMIES ARE HOW PREPARING
ate. I said the governor speaks to
the legislature by message; he votes
aye in approving a bill. He votes
with a one-third vote when he ve vetoes,
toes, vetoes, and I was a veto-governor. I
said the governor is a member of the
legislature. I happened to state
this to a senator. He showed me a
decision of the supreme court of Flor Florida
ida Florida to this effect. I sent a copy of
this decision, by special message, to
the legislature. I then became a
member of that legislature. The
judiciary committee of the House re reported
ported reported adversely upon the bilL The
Senate passed it. When the House bill
came up in the House, I advised the
gentleman in charge of the bill, up upon
on upon motion to indefinitely postpone, to
call for the ayes and nays. The bill
was killed. Having the Senate bill
still on the House calendar and re reported
ported reported unfavorably, I commenced to
work on the nay vote. I saw one,
two or three members each day. Fin Finally
ally Finally I said to the member in charge,
call it up and it will pass by 22 to
45, being two-thirds and one over,
some being absent, although only a
majority was necessary. It passed
by 19 to 39, being two-thirds and one
over. That shows what work will do.
It is practically a dead letter because
I reckon, so many other features and
precedents of the courts and laws
throttle it. I mention the work nec necessary
essary necessary to pass It to show the difficul difficulty
ty difficulty of accomplishing results. It ought
to be put into the constitution of ev-
ery state, as has been done in Cali California,
fornia, California, Ex-Presidents Taft and Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt and the American Bar Associa Association
tion Association recommended the passage of such
an act by congress. If put into any
constitution, it will require much work
to pass it in the legislature. The
judiciary committee of one or the
other branches is sure to oppose it.
Every little squabble between man
and man has to be settled by some
outside called lawyers or attorneys.
In medicine, when you need a certain
dose, the doctor used to call it II 2 O
plus Na CI. Now they call it "salt
water." If you have now a little
sickness, you can buy 5c of pills or
10c of some other medicine and pro proceed
ceed proceed to cure yourself. It will take
hard grinding work to get the legisla legislature
ture legislature to pass any such remedies. In
Chicago, when $100 or less is involv involved,
ed, involved, they have passed some law by
which "due process" can be obtained
by each party to the suit going be before
fore before the court and stating his case
with the evidence, without the neces necessity
sity necessity of outsiders, "due process" being
so simple. This is about the only in
stance I know of in which a sick lay layman
man layman can get 5c or 10c worth of legal
pills without having to pay a Dr. of
Law, $10 to $25, or $100, for the pre prescription.
scription. prescription. The law should be so sim simplified
plified simplified that the ordinary affairs could
be settled, in court if need be, without
"due process" overshadowing "right
and justice." It might be well to
amend the Declarations of Rights, or
the constitution, so that every judge
will have to swear "right and justice"
is the essence of the law, and that
"due process" is intended to assist in
securing such, not to prevent it.
The American Bar Association pro proposed
posed proposed also the following: "The trial
judge may in any case submit to the
jury the issues of fact arising upon
the pleadings, reserving any question
of law arising in the case for subse subsequent
quent subsequent argument and decision, and he
and any court to which direct judge judgement
ment judgement to he entered either upon the
verdict or upon the point reserved, if
conclusive, as its judgement upon such
point may retire."
Anyone can see at once the neces necessity
sity necessity for some such law. Consider
two, three or four of the best legal
talent in the country studying for
weeks and months to get up 50 to 100
fine pcint3 on which to "except".
Consider a poor trial judge with but
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little time in which to examine all ; of the conviction, and in some in in-those
those in-those fine points, the judge having 1 stances, before 11 or 12 months. In
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"This week's business has been bet better
ter better than any for four months," said
one of Ocala's leading merchants to a
Star man today.
The Alabama legislature has turn turned
ed turned down the proposition to substitute
the electric chair for the gallows as
the mode of capital punishment in
that state. In other words, Alabam Alabamans
ans Alabamans have decided that hanging is
good enough for them.
Secretary of War Garrison is
angry that Mr. Roosevelt was allow
ed to deliver a speech to the citizen
soldiery at Plattsburg the other day.
As the men at Plattsburg are all
volunteers, who are trying to prepare
to help their country of their own
free will, they had a right to listen to
Mr. Roosevelt if they wanted to. Mr.
Roosevelt's speech contained a whole
lot of truth, and it will be better for
the country to pay attention to what
he says rather than abuse him.
It does appear that Pensacola is
not the only mismanaged place in
Florida, but the fact that we have
company in Duval county is no con consolation
solation consolation for the lack of business abil ability
ity ability displayed by the board of city
commissioners of this city. Pensa Pensacola
cola Pensacola Journal.
Great Scott! We supposed city
commissioners were all business. We
didn't know they could show any lack
ties, states and sections the rule they
want applied to their own.
The Star gives a good deal of its
space today to the address of Former
Governor Gilchrist of Florida before
the Conference of Governors at Bos Boston.
ton. Boston. Mr. Gilchrist has very sensible
views on a most important issue.
We have heard a number of eminent
lawyers agree with him on the sub subject,
ject, subject, and unless something is done to
check the steadily increasing tide of
technicalities the courts will before
many more years be entirely swamp swamped
ed swamped with delay and expense.
One or two things are going to be
done, and soon; maybe both will be
accomplished. Ocala is realizing the
importance of Silver Springs" as she
has never done before. The immense
popularity of the springs this sum
mer as a place of recreation, is
awakening the people. The success
of the boat line in hauling freight so
quickly and so cheap from Jackson
ville to our merchants' doors is an
other factor. The public is beginning
to talk in earnest of a trolley line
from Ocala to the springs. Another
set is talking- of a brick boulevard
connecting this city with the springs,
and yet others want both and say
both would be a fine investment, and
there is no doubt that both would be
a great public benefit, whether pay
ing in dollars and cents or not which
would remain to be seen after being
tried out. The Carmichaels, who own
the springs property, promise before
the opening of another season to
have a first class, two-story pavilion,
with recreation pierj dance hall, bath
house facilities, etc., ready lor the
public; one that will do credit to the
springs and that the best people in
the country will be proud of. Silver
Springs will never be a dead place
again. In winter the tourists wil
add to the life, there, and a bigger
season than ever is expected, and al
summer long our own people will visit
it in thousands.
If "Bloxham" county is to ever be,
we really do not see where the votes
are to come to create it. Nearly
every one we have talked to in the
affected territory, outside of Willis Willis-ton
ton Willis-ton and the immediate country sur surrounding
rounding surrounding it," is "agin it." We ran
across one negro preacher from the
Blitchton section, who was evidently
in the employ of the Williston bunch,
but his arguments were "powerful
pore and weak." Still 99 per cent of
Marion's population outside the af affected
fected affected precincts is sitting still, mak making
ing making no effort to save their -territory,
and anything might happen.
IN THE BIG CITY
Recently the Ocala Knitting Mills
sent samples of its knitted products
to a number of firms, among them the
I. Epstein & Bros. Co. of Savannah
for whom Mr. W. B. Gallagher trav travels.
els. travels. This firm said the samples were
unusually fine and well made, and it
would be pleased to look into the mat matter,
ter, matter, when its present contracts had
Another firm to which samples
were shown was C. B. Rouss & Co., of
New York City. This nrm was sur
prised that a factory in Florida
could turn out the class of work rep represented
resented represented by the samples and at once
gave a trial order through the New
York jobbers who are handling" the
output of the mill.
Let us not be too jubilant over
what Ambassador Bernstorff prom
ises for Germany in the Arabic case
All that Germany has promised is
contingent on the report of the cap-
transportation agencies on which
"right and justice" are supposed to
travel. These agencies are too often
bound hand and foot, braked by writ writings,
ings, writings, precedents and decisions of hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of years ago. How could trans transportation
portation transportation men handle the billion
bushel wheat crop or the seventy-five
or hundred thousand cars of fruits
and vegetables from Florida, if they
depended upon the ox-cart of even a
few years ago? The transportation
people improved transportation. Of
course the doctors as a whole did not
make medicine sk easy so that in
many cases one could cure himself
by buying 5c or 10c worth of pills,
experts, doctors, being used for more
serious cases. You would hardly ex expect
pect expect lawyers as a whole to fix the laws
so that most anyone could cure him himself
self himself with a 5c or 10c package of law
pills. The legal profession represents
the salt of the earth, a high-toned
lawyer is invaluable in any assem-
You often trust to him life,
been appointed often on account of ; case of a death sentence, all that is
"political reasons" or if elected, be- J necessary for the attorney to do is
cause he was a good hand shaker, or I to take exceptions. Exceptions be be-because
because be-because he favored some new politi- ing overruled, sixty to ninety days
cal dogma, he never having practiced are allowed in which to prepare a bill
outside of a justice of the peace court. of exceptions. At the end of such
The difficulty of a boy catching a bird time no writ of error is sued out.;
by putting salt on his tail, is to find ; The governor issues the death war-
the salt, the willing bird and the tail rant, returnable within a reasonable
all at the same time. There too of- time, say three or four weeks. While
ten, sits the poor trial judge, salted governor I found out that if there
down, tail and all, ready to be trap- are 3 or 4 weeks from the date of the
ped. Bacon was probably thinking of death warrant to the date of the ex-
such when he wrote, "Laws are like ecution, the condemned man was
spider's webs; the strong break more liable to become insane or to
through, the weak are caught." pretend lunacy than he was if you
I understand that the House of 1 allowed him 3 or 4 weeks before is-
Representatives, Congress, of 1909, suing the death warrant and then al al-passed
passed al-passed a bill embodying these rec- lowed only 2 or 3 days from the date
ommendations. I understand that it of the warrant to its execution. Just bly
never passed the Senate. As the law before the date of execution, a writ honor and property. Before doing so
now is, in the various states, the ap- of error is sued out as a "matter of I however, it is best to ask how much
pellate court might reverse the lower right." This writ is returnable to the! he is going to charge you. The law
court on a question of law, the ques- supreme court at its next term "un- yer must be chief justice, must be
tion of fact having been determined less the first day of said next term J member of all the supreme courts,
by the jury. The case then comes up Uhall be less than 30 days from the I superior courts, circuit courts, crim
for trial on both question of law and "ate of the writ, when it shall be re- inal courts, chancery courts, county
the facts. In the meantime, many of turnable to a day in said next sue- courts, city courts and every other
the witnesses by whom the facts ceeding term, more than 30 days and sort of conceivable court except jus jus-were
were jus-were established have died or moved nt more than 50 days from the date tice of the peace courts. Lawyers
away, or have forgotten, or have f the writ." Then the attorney-1 must be attorney-generals, state at
been induced to change their state- general has thirty days in which to j torneys, county attorneys, city attor-
ments. make a reply. ri hen the attorney lor neys, etc. They usually persuade the
The recommendations of the Amer- tne defendant has twenty days. If people that at least three-fourths of
ican Bar Association also provided the supreme court is ready to hear the .members of the United States
that: "No writ of error returnable to the case at once, it thu3 takes 7 or 8 Senate and United States House of
the supreme court shall be issued in months at the shortest time to hear I Representatives must be lawyers.. In
any criminal court, unless a justice any such case. Suppose the writ of J deference to you gentlemen present.
of the supreme court shall certify error is taken out at the beginning of J half of whom at least are lawyers, I
that there is probable cause to be- a term, returnable to the next term, I would say they make pretty good gov
lieve that the defendant was unjust- s,x months distant. It thus appears ernors.
ly convicted." Similar provisions that fully eleven or twelve months It seems to me it ought to be the
were made for writs of error return- may te necessary in order to hear I special duty of lawyers, who of neces neces-able
able neces-able to the circuit courts. But few the case. In the event the case should I sity and by persuasion, hold these
of our states have any such provis- reverse(l on a point of law, by the high places, and who must know he
ions. time the case is tried again the wit-1 inequalities of the law, to earnestly
Section 1698 of the general statutes nesses who have testified as to facts and sincerely work to simplify them
of Florida, referring to civil cases, have died or moved away or have for- so that when "right and justice" butt
states that all writs of error "shall gotten. The facts in the case, as well up 'against "denial, delay and 'due
issue on demand as a matter of as the law, are at issue in the next process of law,'" "right and justice
right," etc. Section 4045 states that trial. Then, according to "due pro- will not have to "go 'way back and sit
"writs of error in criminal cases shall cess of law not on account of "right down.
issue as of right." and justice" but for some error for
I i r A 1 A A -
Under the laws of Florida, and itPnicn -ne axiorney is responsiDie, an- WILL EXCHANGE FOR AUTO
is more or less true, with some var- "l,,ct "" "" uuwuu
ed, involving not, only questions of
The only store in town that real really
ly really saves you money.
Compare our prices with what you
One pound cans of Camp Campbell's
bell's Campbell's Pork and Or
Beans at 0L
One dozen cans or
over, per doz
10-pound buckets of
Medium size buckets 2Qn
of Snowdrift.-..- OOL
Compound Lard at per
"Go North by Sea"
I will exchanere. even, an eiehtv-
fact, but questions of law. If a ver- acre tract of iand w:lhin Dlain sirht
! !1l t 1 I
uici oi Kiimy 13 again ouuunea, n of the depot at iA.TOyf Marion county,
Koes ueiore ine supreme court again. for a five-Dassenirer tourinir automo
I i il.i m. r 1 "
MERCHANTS & MINERS TRANS.CO 4 Taw7 Jud "t t
Lynch acts "without due process of probably some mineral under it. The
law ; now mucn saner would it be, title is clear and all taxes Daid. Ad
ieiore granting an appeal to ine su- dress. Box COG. Ocala. Fla. 8-27 dw tf
preme court that at least one mem
I t r- i i l v j j
ronvincea, oeiore an appeal couia oe
A 1 4 1 A .A A m
iaKen mat "mere is prouaoie cause If vou will et a 14.1. of cham-
to believe the defendant was unjust- I berlain's Liniment and observe the di-
ly convicted." This should also apply rections given therewith faithfully,
I you win recover in mucn less urae
t.V IMIt lit 1. J l
.... ... I in an is usuawy requirea. uDiainaoie
vsui iuuiba iw uiicu pruer uie i pvervwhere
a 1 J m I
nicKenng ana uncertain iigni 01 me
tallow candles of precent of years
ago, to the electric light of "right and
This is our
New Steamers. Low Fares. Best
service. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points.
- For reservations, tickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY, AGENT
We have iust received our new
Now in conclusion: Laws are the seed for the fali planting; all
varieties. Ocala Seed Store. 8-11-tf
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
The Palatka News is getting ready tain of the submarine which sunk the
to support Ion L. Farris for governor. shiP- If he says the Arabic tried
If Ion starts in the race, nine-tenths ram his vesseL or tried to run away
of the papers in the state will yell,
"Jacksonville man." -Ocala Star..
his government will accept his re report
port report and expect Americans to accept
I It Tf il 1 ; T
Right you are, Col. Benjamin. The 1U Ai. ue
or 11 11 is nor, convenient lor me oer-
Palatka News is not only "getting
ready," but is ready to support Ion L.
man government to admit that it has
Farris in his ambition to be covemor. shown up, the Germans may declare
but only to the extent of seeing that the Arabic stru?k a mine' or they may
he, as one of the leading democrats can Ior a veraict 01 not Pven. in
of th sttP. fair nlav. Bv the case of war with another nation, we
way, the Hon. Ion L. Farris is an Americans would stand by the word
Ocala product. Palatka News.
of our sailors and soldiers against
Sure; we claim him, but the anti- the word of the People of any enemy
Jaxonites would not allow the claim.
or neutral nation. The difference be between
tween between Americans and Germans, it is
to be hoped, would be that our gov government
ernment government would never issue any orders
to sink passenger ships.
Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.
Preaching, 11 a. m.
Junior League, 3 p. m.
Senior League, 4 p. m.
Preaching, 7:45 p. m.
All cordially invited.
J. M. Gross, Pastor.
In his letter to the Star, Mr. Will
iam Chase Temple announced that he j
is "for Perry Wall for senator." Its
the Star's ODinion that Mr. Wall is a
verv clever and broadminded man. If SUNDAY SERVICES AT
xr k Tiro nf o1 r A s V 1 m 0 TviDon iilr x?a THE METHODIST CHURCH
ff V f C A A V v V& W UU 111111 C 111VU11 kl IV Ik IT W
would print several thousand copies
of Mr. Temple's intemperate letter
to send broadcast over the state as
a sample of what might be expected
from one of Wall's champions. How However,
ever, However, we are sure Mr. Wall doesn't
approve of Temple's letter and we
doubt that he approves of Temple.
As for Senator Bryan, he has prac
tically said he cares nothing for the FLORIDIANS WILL
suDDort of such men as Temple. TOUR TOE WEST
whose politics seems to be of the same As will be seen by an advertise
variety as his manners. ment in another part of today's paper,
Professor Cate, who so successfully
Somebody said, when Frank was oenducted a special train tour for
lynched, that it was the end of the Floridians last month, will operate
case. We regret to say that the most another excursion" to the west leav leav-damaging
damaging leav-damaging and repulsive part of the ing Jacksonville September 7th.
entire case is now in full swing. We Complete arrangements have been
refer to the vituperation now being made for the comfort and convenience
too plentifully ladled out by the of all who care to avail themselves of
newspapers. Some northern papers this opportunity to see the country
take the occasion to attack and villify under the guidance of a man exper exper-the
the exper-the people of Georgia for the crime of ienced in western travel. Officials of
the lynchers, and to abuse the whole the route over which the excur "on
South because Georgia is a Southern has been arranged met in the office of
state. If the villifiers on both sides Mr. J. A. VonDohlen, Florida passen-
would take time to think, they would ger agent of the N. C. & St. L. rail
have to admit to themselves, unless road several days ago, and completed
they are Pharisees, that they are every detail for the trip, which prom
fools. Any newspaper man who even j ises to be one of the most successful
partly understands his business of the season from Florida to the
knows that there are in his commun- Pacific coast.
ity some men who would commit the Those interested should read the
vilest of crimes, and knows he doesn't advertisement and at once communi-
want his community judged by such cate with Professor Cate.
men. Why can't all newspaper men, 11 1 1
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Standard Railroad of the South
Tickets on sale for all regu regular
lar regular trains September 4th, and
morning trains September 5th.
Limited to leave Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 9:30 p. m., September
For information or tickets
M. R. WILLIAMS, C. T. A.
The Ashley Sheet Metal Works is
now located at 203 S. Main street,
lUItlON-IlUXN LSOXIC IiOlX3E I opposite the old city market, where
patrons will receive the same prompt
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & attention as in the oast. 25-t
a. m., meets on tne nrst ana tniro
Thursday evening of each month at
8:00 o'clock, until further notice.
A. E. Burnett, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
WOODMK of the world
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. Hall at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Vlsltl&g
sovereigns .are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C C
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
AdMce of Mother no Doutt Pre Prevent
vent Prevent Daughter's Untimely End.
or the gTeat majority of them, be I For plumbiig and electrical work
willing to apply to other communi- see H. W. Tucker. Phone SOO
Ready. Kv. I was not able to do
anything for nearly s:x months," writes
Mrs. Laura tsratcner, or tnis piace, "ana
was down in bed for three months.
I cannot tell you how I suffered with
my head, and with nervousness and
Our family doctor told my husband he
coula not do me any cood. and ne naa
to give it up. We tried another doctor.
but he did not help me.
At last, my mother advised me to take
Cardui, the woman's tonic. I thought
it was no use for I was nearly dead and
nothing seemed to do me any cood. But
1 took eleven bottles, and now I am able
to do all of my work and my own
1 think Cardui is the best medicme in
the world. My weight has increased,
and I look the picture ot neaitn.
If you suffer from any of the ailments
peculiar to women, get a bottle ot Cardui
today. Delay is dangerous. We know
it wiu heio vou. tor it nas neipea so
many thousands of other weak women
in the past 50 years.
At all druggists.
Writ toz Chattanooga Medicine Co., Ladies'
AdTisory Dei.. Cnattanooga. Ter.n.. (or Srrctat
Instruction on your case and 64-pac book. Home
Treatment for Women." in p.aio wrapper, tf .C 1 iJ
CONCORDIA LODGE F. TJ. OT A. I
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yongts Hall
cn the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M,
Chas. K. Sage. Secretary. AdU
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
YOUR ORDER WILL IIAVE
J. L. SMOAR
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 28
Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members are
cordially invited to meet with us.
Lena Tompkins, M. U.
Kate B. Howell, M. R.
WIIF.V IV -NEED OF
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ALL WORK GUARANTEED
KMUHTS OF PYTniAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Convention
Casrle Hall, over the James Carlisle Xaaa -:--j.-D-X-X-8--W-e-6--
iting brothers, a B. Howell, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. oZ 11. S. Ad
Mclver & MacKay
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
?pu5iS ortr".f- Eu.e m" UNDERTAKERS and EMBUUERS
the second and fourth Tfciesday even
ings in each month. Visiting breth
ren always welcome Clan nouse
opposite postofflce. ast Ide.
3 H. von Engelken, t K.
Nelson Geise, Secietary. At.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S-
meets at Yonge nan tne secona ana
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 720 o'clock.
Mrs. Emily Webb, W. M.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, Sec'y.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'doclc. A warm wel
come always extended to visiting
brethren. M. M. Little, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
PHONES 47, 104, 303
Full Cream Cheese' 1 fl flat
at flat per pound lw
Regular large 15c
cans good salmon lUw
Van Camps tall ftfir
cream, per doz yllw
Small size cans at iCp
per dozen 431
Seven Bars for
11 pounds for
Manufactured for the pressing of
Palm Beach and Duck Suits. Being
heated by steam, it can "not scorch.
The pressure being direct, not sliding,
it can not wear or tear. Call and sea
It do the wot I.
Ocala Steam Laundry
Phone 101 402-404 South Main St.
ROLLINS COLLEGE, WINTER PARK
Oldest C)llege and Mot Beautiful Campus in Florida College, Academy,
Music, Expression, Fine Arts, Domestic and Industrial Arts, Bus Business,
iness, Business, Teachers Course
Twelve buildines. steam heat, electric liehts. fire protection, fine irym-
nasium, no malaria, quarter-million dollar endowment. Three teachers of
music, $5,000 or?anr a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb
new rooms for Business School, full bankine equipment. New chemical
and physical laboratories, equipped with every modern device; analysis of
sous, fertilizers, foods, water, preparation for tngineenng tourse. .Lakes,
boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, basketball; Christian but unde undenominational;
nominational; undenominational; expenses moderate; scholarships available. For catalogue
address, SECRETARY, Winter Park, Fla.
on that ne:
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Iff Y4 I l VVN :-VA f 1
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con
tract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the citr.
CHAPTER NO. 13; It. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
8 p. m. II. S. Wesson, II. P.
Jake Brown, Sec'y.
If you have on hand a sufficient quantity ot
Bill Heads, Statements and Envelopes
to carry you by the first of the month's billing
period. If not,
g E IE TLJ
and let us prepare you for the work in ample
time to prevent friction at bill making season.
Our facilities for turning out on short notice
OUice Stationery, Programs,
Booklets, Invitations Visiting
Cards, Announcements, Etc.
are not excelled in this section of the state.
HAND BILLS, all sizes, A SPECIALTY
THE OCALA STAR
LONG DISTANCE AND LOCAL PHONE 51
Put Your Ad. in the Star.
OCALA EYENING STAC, SATURDAY. AUGUST 28, 1913.
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
CAPITAL and SURPLUS
(If you have any items for this department, call phone 106)
THE KA STERIJUOOK CASE Vitagraph drama featuring Roger
Lytton, Julia Swayne Gordon, Cissy Fitzgerald and Hetty Gray.
THE CLUB MAN Lubin Comedy, featuring Billy Reeves.
I'ATIIE NEWS AND CARTOONS.
ADMISSION FROM 3:30 TO 10:30, FIVE AND TEN CENTS
CHANGE OF PROGRAM DAILY
'WE TREAT YOUR LAUNDRY WHITE"
o Ext pa Oiapcfje
For delivering work the same day it is received if it is sent in early
and immediate delivery requested. This feature of OUR LAUNDRY
is quite convenient for traveling men and transient people generally.
We use the best of everything that goes to giving absolute satisfac satisfaction.
tion. satisfaction. 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.
Imperial Steam Laundry
Ocala, Fla. i
THE GREATEST HOT -WEATHER COMFORT IS THE CHEAPEST
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 out ice and you can charge
off drug bills, bad temper and most other torrid time ills.
Ocala Ice & Packing Co.
Nothing so good
Nothing so refreshing
Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works
' Apt) I
lie Commercial Bank
CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00.
State, County and City Depository.
Thought for the Day
One small life in God's great plan,
How futile it seems as the ages roll,
To alter the sweep of the infinite
Uut the pattern is rent where the
stitch is lost,
Or marred where the tangled threads
And each life that fails of its true
Mars the perfect plan that its Master
Miss Mary Brooks arrived this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon from Citra and is the attrac attractive
tive attractive guest of Miss Rosebud Robinson.
A pretty little daughter was born
last night to .Mr. and Mrs. Jesse
Lanier at 9 o'clock. Mother and
daughter are doing well.
Rev. Bunyan Stephens and family
returned today from their vacation at
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Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Dosh have nam nam-ecf
ecf nam-ecf their little son Louis Nathaniel
Mrs. Charles Cullen and her pretty
little daughters. Misses Sidney and
Alice, returned yesterday afternoon
from several weeks stay at Tarboro,
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Winston and
family have as their guest, Mr. Win Winston's
ston's Winston's father, Major Winston of Win Winter
ter Winter Haven.
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Mr. Earl Hall who is spending the
summer with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. R. S. Hall in Asheville, will leave
that city in a few days to resume his
studies at the Tome school, Port De
Mrs. J. H. Livingston Sr. is ex expected
pected expected home Friday from a two
month's visit to her daughter, Mrs.
Battie Inglis and family in Birming Birmingham,
ham, Birmingham, Ala.
Mrs. John Edwards and daughters,
Avalee and Marguerite Edwards, are
enjoying a delightful outing with
relatives at Oldtown on the Suwanee.
To JACKSONVILLE and Return
FLAWTB AST LBEVI
STANDARD KAILKOAD OF THE SOUTH
MONDAY, SEPT. 5TH
Tickets sold ior all regular trains, limited to leave Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville at 9:30 P. M., Thursday, September 9th.
M. R. WILLIAMS, C.T.A. J. G. KIRK LAND, D.P.A.
Ocala, Florida. Tampa, Florida.
WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL ?
THE STATE UNIVERSITY
Highest standards, ranking with the
largest and best Universities of the
North and East.
38? students last session. Total en enrollment
rollment enrollment 639, including summer school.
Tuition free, excepting- ?20 per se semester
mester semester for law.
For further information address,
A. A. SIURPIIREE. President.
FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR
WOMEN, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.
Standard the fame as those of the
best colleges ar.d universities In th
Modern buildings and equipment; all
473 students regular term; 163 sum summer
mer summer term; total enrollment last ses session
sion session 636.
Tuition free in college and normal
For catalouge and Information write.
EDWARD CON'RADI. President.
Put your AD. in the STAR,
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Nelson are at
home again from their summer's va vacation
cation vacation spent at Lake Weir.
Miss Lauragene Dozier has as her
guest her sister, Miss Florence Dozier
Miss Mary Harriet Livingston is
the week-end guest of Miss Stella
Camp at Lake Weir.
Mr. James Carlisle is recovering
from a tussle with fever.
Mrs. Frank Drake and daughter,
Miss Gladys Drake, were expected
home this afternoon from a pleasant
outing spent at St. Petersburg.
Miss Mary Burford and her charm charming
ing charming guest, Miss Carol Perrenot, are
guests for the week-end of Mrs. Clar Clarence
ence Clarence Camp and family at Lake Weir.
Miss Perenot is contemplating leav leaving
ing leaving next Wednesday for Asheville,
where she will spend some time be before
fore before going to Cincinnati, Ohio, where
she will teach in the Cincinnati Con Conservatory
servatory Conservatory of Music next winter. Miss
Perrenot is a wonderfully talented
young pianist and the splendid posi position
tion position that has been given her for next
season is a fine tribute to her musical
Miss Beulah Whitney, a popular
young society girl of Jacksonville,
has returned to her home after a de
lightful round of summer visits to
friends in different sections of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, of which Ocala was included.
Miss Pauline Coulter' will leave
early tomorrow morning for Raiford,
concluding a delightful round of visits
here and with friends at Lake Weir.
Misses Sara and Mamie Gross are
week-end guests of Mrs. Charles
Howell at Lowell.
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Robinson are
entertaining their winsome little
granddaughter, Miss Lucile Robin Robinson
son Robinson of Jacksonville.
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Prof. W. F. Yocum of Lake City, is
the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Will
iam T. Gary at her home on Fort
King avenue. Mrs. Yocum has been
here for some time, and will return
home with her husband Monday.
C. W. Willard and daughter, Miss
Grace Willard leave town today for a
trip to California and the Canadian
Rockies. While in San Francisco,
Mr. Willard will attend the annual
meeting of the American Fisheries
Society. Westerly, R. I., Sun.
Mrs. George F. Monroe of Tampa,
is in the city visiting her brother B.
J. Hunter, accompanied by two of her
children, Hunter and Alleyne.
Mrs. Edward Drake and three lit
tie children will return tomorrow
from a month's visit to Mrs. Drake's
mother, Mrs. Bauknight in Jackson
Mis3 Marion Dewey will leave early
Monday morning for Eaugallie, Fla.,
where she will attend the institute for
a week before going to Cocoa, where
she will teach school this winter, the
; term opening Sept. 7th. Miss Dewey
j will be greatly missed from the social
circles of thi3 city this season, but
her many friends wish her success in
i her chosen profession.
Dinner Party in North Carolina
Friends in thi3 city of Mrs. II. M.
Hampton of Ocala, who is spending
the summer at Lake Junaluska, N. C,
will be interested in the following ar article
ticle article taken from the Asheville Gazette-News:
"Mrs. H. M. Hampton, of Ocala,
Fla., entertained with a delightful
dinner party at Lake Junaluska
Tuesday evening, and the guests re remained
mained remained for the dance. Mrs. Hamp Hampton's
ton's Hampton's guests were: Mrs. Horne, Miss
Beckham, Mrs. Sexton, Mrs. Martin,
Miss Sarah Pearl Martin, Mr. W. M.
Martin, Mrs. R. L. Saunders, Miss
Percy Saunders, Mr. and Mrs. T. E.
Bridges, Mr. Leroy Bridges. The
party was given in honor of Miss
Sarah Pearl Martin, Mr. W. M. Mar Martin
tin Martin and Miss Beckham of Ocala.
There were several people out for the,
dance from Asheville and all spent
a very enjoyable evening."
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Notice to Eastern Stars
Members desiring to attend the
Silver Springs picnic Aug. 31st will
meet at Yonge's hall. Autos leave for
the springs at 10 a. m.
Mrs. William Henderson and sister,
Miss Mamie Hudgens, were combin
ing business with pleasure today, re returning
turning returning to Lynne this afternoon.
Miss Frances Mclver is here from
Lake Weir for a few days on a visit
to Miss Edith Williams.
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Miss Emma Perry, who has been
the guest of Mrs. B. F. Condon at
Lake Weir for the past week, came
Mrs. B. F. Condon was up from the
lake for a few hours today, returning
on the afternoon train.
Mrs. W. II. Henry and Mrs. D. S.
Woodrow were combining business
and pleasure in our city today, return
ing to their home at Lake Weir this
An engagement of unusual inter
est to the many friends in this city of
the winsome Miss Willie Person of
Orlando is the announcement on last
Tuesday of her engagement to Mr.
Wilbur L. Tilden of that city. The
marriage will take place early in the
autumn, altho as yet no date has been
given out: Miss Person has been a
frequent visitor to this city as the
guest of her cousin, Mrs. D. E. Mc Mclver
lver Mclver and has a host of admiring
friends to wish her the greatest of
happiness. She is the daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. W. C. 'Persons of Or Orlando
lando Orlando and is a charming young wom woman.
an. woman. Mr. Tilden is county solicitor
and a sterling young man of unap unapproachable
proachable unapproachable character.
The marriage of Miss Ruth Nelson
of Tampa and Capt. C. H. Rorebeck
of Key West, will be solemnized at
the home of the bride's parents in
Hyde Park Place, early in Septem September.
ber. September. Miss Nelson is a former Ocala
girl and the third daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Edward K. Nelson, and has
a host of friends in this city to wish
her every joy and happiness. The
wedding is to be a very lovely home
affair, the bride's attendants being
her sisters and one or two warm per personal
sonal personal friends. They will leave im immediately
mediately immediately after the ceremony for
their home in Key West, where Capt.
Rorebeck is stationed in command of
one of the coast artillery companies.
FRESH SEA FOOD DAILY
Fritz Acker receives shrimp and
crabs every day direct from the sea.
Shrimp 20c per quart or 10 per por portion;
tion; portion; crabs fresh or deviled 10 each.
Free delivery anywhere in town.
Phone 9, Hogan's. 24-2t
Tires are cash, but we will give you
the best tire service you ever put on
you car. Immediate and liberal ad
justments always. Davies the Tire
OUR prescription department is at
YOUR service at all times. Accuracy
is the watchword which insures you
careful compounding. The Court
Care Square Deal Garage
YONGE'S BLOCK, OCALA
We solicit new business with a view
of making it mutually'profitable.
YOUR JD. JLN THE TAI2,
The public is hereby notified that
there will be no changes in the school
text books used in Marion county
from what they have been for the
last five years during the next two
years. This is by a special act of the
last legislature and also a general
act postponing the changing of the
state adoption until 1917.
Also, the board of public instruc instruction
tion instruction will meet on Tuesday, August
31, 1915, instead of at the regular
meeting time. At that time the
teacher's examination will be in pro progress
gress progress and there will be no school bus business
iness business transacted.
Very respectfully yours,
2twky J. II. Brinson, Supt.
THE CLERK GUARANTEED IT
"A customer came into my store the
other day and said to one of my clerks,
'have you anything that will cure di diarrhoea?'
arrhoea?' diarrhoea?' and my clerk went and got
him a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic.
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and
said to him. 4if 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. H. Berry & Co., Salt Creek,
Va. Obtainable everywhere.
Those cakes made at Carter's Bak Bakery
ery Bakery under the name "DELICIOUS"
are everything that the name indi indicates.
cates. indicates. Six flavors made fresh every
day and put up in 10c packages. Ac Accept
cept Accept no other. tf
Ask for -BUTTER NUT bread and
don't let anyone make you believe
that any other is "just as good."
Fresh every day at Carter's bakery, 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
Try one of those frosted pints of
Pabst Blue Ribbon at Johnny's. tf.
ADVERT!'. E IN THE STAK
v ; t ...V v v s M ;l
STUDIO WILL REOPEN
Miss Ethel Haycraft, graduate of
Brenau Conservatory and pupil of
Otto Pfefferkorn, will reopen her
studio September 1st. Phone 131. 18t
It is novelized from the
$10,000 prize photo play
by Roy L. McCardell.
IT IS A
A 1 T 1 P
MDSormiig taic ft
and see the V
Is the sum offered (4
for a sequel to
Read the story in the Star on Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday and Thursday; see the pic pictures
tures pictures at the Temple on Friday.
Reminiscence off a Star.
Mj first riiH-rh nee with profession professionals
als professionals was at the Umpire theater. The
dressing rooms- there were all on the
rl!it !! f the sstajre. with the ex exception
ception exception of one In a remote corner,
which w.m ;iven me. I ha.l been told
that in a regular company the actors
were notified at the half hour, the
quarter hour and the overture; but, as
It happened, there was no overture on
that occasion. I didn't want to fro on
without b?Int; called and seem to be
an amateur, and they forjfot all about
me until 1 was in Using from the scene,
and I was pent for in what might be
mildly term el a hurry. It was a very
hot afternoon In May, and I was sit sitting
ting sitting "maile tip with my hat on and a
negllzec instead of a dress. Distract Distractedly
edly Distractedly throwing on a nklrt and seizing a
feather boa and a Jacket I dashed for
the stage and entered through the
lake, much to the amusement of the
audience and the consternation of the
manager, who told me what he thought
of me. and I was ill for a week with
mortification and decided to abandon
forever a profession fraught with such
perils. Margaret Anglln In American
New York's Volunteer Firemen.
Before the paid fire department sys system
tem system was installed In New York there
were among the volunteers some of
the most ioverful politicians In the
city, nichard Croker belonged to the
-big six." of which William M. Tweed
was the organizer and foreman. Suc Success
cess Success in fire fighting opened upon a ca career
reer career In politics. No Ixtdy of men had
more social affairs than the volunteer
firemen. There were parades of fire
companies, chowder parties, picnics,
annual balls, water throwing contests
and at times bitter fighta between the
rival organizations. So Intense was
the political feeling at times that It
was related that when Chief of Engl
noers James Jullck was removed from
ofilce for political reasons men who
received the news when they were
fighting a fire quit their work and
could only be induced to return when
they were deceived into believing that
the rumor was fal.e.
The legislature passed the law creat creating
ing creating the paid fire department on March
SO, lSGo. New York Times.
According to the laws of war, any
civilian who Is found with arms in his
possession is liable to be shot without
mercy. Although thLs seems a very
severe rule, it is absolutely necessary
for the safeguarding of the whole
Tbe rules of war say that no men
will be recognized as combatants un unless
less unless they wear a distinguishing badge,
which can be easily recognized. If it
were not for thLs any numlier of men
could at any time band themselves
together and say they were belliger belligerents.
ents. belligerents. If this were allowed therefore
invading tris would safeguard them themselves
selves themselves against surprises by killing ev every
ery every man in villages through which
they marched. v
ThLs particular rule is so stringent
that eveu a nonconjbatant who took
up arms to defend his wife against
some drunken soldier would be liable
to be shot. IxjihIou Opinion.
It was Charley's first game of golf.
His patient friend had taken him sadly
around the eighteen holes and watched
him hack the tall into small bits and
cut up the green as though It had been
plowed by shrapnel. After the game
Charley and his patient friend were
talking to a feV of the golfers on the
"That was a l?autiful shot you made
this afternKn. Charley," said his pa patient
tient patient friend.
Charley brightened up and flushed
happily, while the young woman look looked
ed looked at him admiringly. "Which one?
he asked eagerly.
"Why," said the patient friend, "the
time you hit the balL" Chicago Trib Tribune.
une. Tribune. The Firet Patent on Match.
Before 1833. when wooden matches
with phosphorus were made in Vienna,
people were dependent upon flint and
steel to secure a llht. The first pat patent
ent patent for a phosphorus match In the
United Ftates was taken out in 1830
by A. L. Thillpps of Fprlngfleld, Mass.
For many years people refused to use
them, but ty 1S4.' the 111 smelling and
clumsy old tinder boxes were generally
dLscardcd and are preserved, like snuff snuffboxes,
boxes, snuffboxes, as curiosities.
The most striking paper currency In
the world Is the 10 ruble note of Rus Russia,
sia, Russia, which is barred from top to bot bottom
tom bottom with all the colors of the rainbow,
blended as when a sun ray passes
through a prism. In the center In bold
relief is a finely executed vignette In
black- The remainder of the engrav engraving
ing engraving on the note Is In dark and light
"I can't understand why they ap appointed
pointed appointed Wombat on that banking
"Why, be understands all about
"And that's why I can't understand
the appointment." Kansas City Jour
A CASE OF NEED
Mr. Edward Kohse, living near
Summerfield, with his wife on 20
acres of land recently purchased
there, had his house destroyed by fire,
together with everything in the
world that he possessed on the 22nd
of this month. Mr. Kohse is in dire
need of assistance, and anyone wish wishing
ing wishing to help him and his family can
communicate with this office, dw tf
WATCH CHAIN LOST
Lost, in or near Ocala, Aug. 23rd. a
gentleman's sclid gold, link watch
chain, with cross bar; snap or catch
at watch end was jerked out of place.
Liberal reward will be paid for its
return to Star office. 8-24-tf
"About Lhree months am xcV.on T
was suffering from indigestion which
causea neaaacne and dizzy spells and
made me feel tired and despondent, I
be can taking Chamberlain TnMat
writes Mrs. Geo. Hon, Macedon, N. Y.
ims 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 Chamherlaln'n "TWet
they rid me cf this trouble." Obtain-
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
A full line of loese leaf ledgers,
note Locks and memorandums al always
ways always on hand at Gerigs. tf
Dr. Watt's Office is now In the
Holder Block.. Phone No. 7. 17-5L
and FLAT SHEETS
All Forms ol Metal
All sizes and Gauges. Prompt
delivery from the largest and most
complete stock in Florida.
FLORIDA I.1ETAL PRODUCTS
3650 Evergreen Ave., Jacksonville.
Sold by the Ocala Lumber and
6ALIF0 RTJ 1 A
September 7th-Ootober 1st
Via Chattanooga, St. Louis,
Kansas City, Colorado Springs,
Denver, Royal Gorge, Salt Lake
City, Los Angeles, San Diego,
San Francisco, Ogden, Omaha,
Chicago, Evansville, Nashville,
This tour includes transporta transportation
tion transportation Standard Tourist Pullman
Cars, all meals, first-class hotel
accomodations, side trips, sight sightseeing
seeing sightseeing tours in almost all places
mentioned. Personally conduct conducted
ed conducted and chaperoned. Every ar arrangement
rangement arrangement for your pleasure and
This tour will travel via Scenic
Route of the Dixie Flyer. Rate
quoted from Jacksonville. For
complete information write
W. B. CATE, Manager
The Cate Tours
L C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
OCALA EVENING STAR SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1913.
WA KNOCK W ESTF I ELD
Mr. Edward Weathers is a l;ui-
Mr. Robert Thagard of Wildwood
i? in town on business today.
Our sheet music Ktock Is up-to-date.
8 2-tf Lattr.er's I-lane Store. 1
Mr. W. II. McRainey, the Wold wood
ice and vegetable crate manufacturer,
is among the prominent 1
itors in the city today.
OLD HB tAt"K0U
rCLt FOOL rAUSTf
V NrAVWPA- POOi
anufacturer, i TjC
j u s i n e s v i a- s
(S. J. McCully, U. S. D. A.)
Marion county today has an unus unusually
ually unusually large crop of corn. I don't only
mean unusual in acreage, but in yield.
Of corn she will yield ."0 per cent
more -this year than she ever has
heretofore. I have been asked how
could I account for this unusually
large yield. It is because the farm farmers
ers farmers are preparing their land more
thoroughly, plowing in more humus
and cultivating better and using im-
Judge W. E. Smith received a hurry
call la.-t evening after he had left his
office and returned at once to find in
waiting Mr. R. V. Warnock of Ox Oxford,
ford, Oxford, and Miss Vida E. Westfield of
Inland Grove, who having some weeks
ago Fecured the necessary license, re requeued
queued requeued him to perform the cere ceremony
mony ceremony that allowed them to share
each other's world goods, et cetera,
thru life. The ceremony was per performed
formed performed in real ofHcial style in the
proved implements, using more horse- courthouse corridor, and the happy
W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Mr. David Burry of Orange Lake,
was in the city yesterday and made t
the Star an appreciated call.
We have a few of the famous Shu Shumate
mate Shumate and Chase razors which we will
sell below cost price to close out. Tho.
Court Pharmacy. tf
Messrs. W. S. Bullock Jr., U. W.
Tucker and Dr. Carlisle Izlar leave
this afternoon for a four day's trip
to Gum Slough.
A new line of high grade stationery
in all the latest styles and cuts at
Mr. S. P. Hollinrake of the Ockla Ockla-waha
waha Ockla-waha Valley railroad, returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday from a two weeks' business
trip to New York City and other
eastern and northern cities, in the in interest
terest interest of the road.
This report Is made from observa
lion 3 taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer tor tne gov
ernment. Max. Min
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open nignt
and day, Merchant's Cafe. tf
The Ocala second nine went to
Wildwood this afternoon for a game
with the boys' team of that place.
Pabst Clue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf.
Master Fred Malever is expected
home tomorrow from Savannah,
where he has been the guest of rel relatives
atives relatives for some weeks.
Fresh shipment of Norris famous
PEANUT BRITTLE received every
few days at the Court Tharmacy. tf
, 91 76
, 91 76
Local f orecast
power ana less manual lanor. I he kj.
S. department of agriculture has to
a great extent brought about this
improvement in agriculture in this
county. Possibly the question may be
asked what are the farmers going to
do with this large yield? We have
several companies organized in this
county who propose to buy all the
surplus corn from the farmers. If
this proves a success (which I dare
say it will) Marion county will grow
by leaps and bounds. In agriculture
you will see better and larger barns
built to take care oi the various
crops, and the larmers will be much
better off when they get down to the
growing of staple crops entirely.
Marion county not only has a bump
er corn crop, but has the finest crop
of peanuts, velvet beans and sweet
potatoes, and the farmers will fatten
thousands of head of beef cattle and
hogs. If the hogs and beef cattle
could be properly handled this fall
there would be but little, if any, pork
R. F.shiPPed n tns county.
.56 With all of Marion county's large
.39 crops this year I believe that she is
.05 just entering the dawn of an agricul
tural and horticultural section. Marion
county has a great possibility in both
oi tnese lines as wen as stocic rais
ing. I dare say Marion county has
more silos than any county in this
part of the state, and the trend is
.05 1 steadily drifting to stock raising, for
.05 it has been proven by the best agri
1.63 culturist that no grain, such as oats
.02 and corn, should be sold off the farm
.03 but only through stock. Feed it to
your stock and sell the stock.
couple went on their way rejoicing.
They will make their home at Ox-
Mr. David Burry of Orange Lake
was among the Star's pleasant call
ers Friday afternoon, ell'says the
Orange Lake section is rapidly re
gaining its old time prosperity, and
the past few weeks especially have
been very encouraging to the business
A SPECIAL MEETING
Every memler of the Ladies Aid
Society of the Presbyterian church is
earnestly requested to come to the
church Mondav afternoon at 4:30
o'clock. Important business regard
ing the manse is to be transacted.
HAS RETURNED HOME
Times-Union: Rev. Dr. William II.
Dodge, pastor of the East Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville Presbyterian church, who left
several weeks ago on his annual va
cation and outing, returned yester
day to the city greatly benefited by
his trip and announced that he will
resume his work tomorrow, preaching
at the morning services and the night
Dr. Dodge visited with his son and
family, Rev. Witherspoon Dodge, in
Anderson, S. C, and while there
preached at his son's church. The
services tomorrow in the East Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville Presbyterian church will be
held at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.f the
public being most cordially invited to
Announcement is made that Dr.
Dodge's son, Rev. Richard Dodge, of
Clearwater, will conduct the services
today in the Springfield Presbyterian
Miss Sue Moore left this afternoon
for Micanopy for a short visit with
he raunt, Mrs. J. K. Ilickson. Early
Partly cloudy tonight; Sunday fair next week she will go to Jacksonville,
south portion,, showers central and where she will be met by her parents,
Miss Donnie Proctor of Eureka,
who will open her school at Mill
Creek Monday, is the guest over
Sunday of her aunt, Mrs. Laura Well-honer.
SEE THE FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresb Negets les, milk and eggs, tf
Sunny Jim Robinson, who has re returned
turned returned from a tour of the state in the
interest of his wholesale shoe house,
says that Will Knott is strong in
West and Central Florida, and if the
primary was held next month he
would be sure of nomination.
We must have cash to run our "bus "business.
iness. "business. Bring us your vulcanizing and
we will exchange the best vulcanizing
you ever had for your cash. Davies,
the Tire Man. S-12-tf
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Moore, and they
will visit in the metropolis for a few
At the Temple tonight will be the
Pa the News and a Lubin comedy and
"The Esterbrook Case." a three-reel BrinS us your tIres and tubes to be
Vitanranh drama. Mondav afternoon vulcanized. We have the best equip-
nnd Pvenin there will be "Cabiria." Ped Plant' in apparatus, material and
the atpst snectacular nicture ever knowledge in this section of the state.
W aunt. Mrs. J. K. Hickson. Earlv A casinS vulcanized by us is as good
this picture, and it will take three in lhat sPot as if ifc were new- We
hours to run it off, consequently it do not Patch tubes we VULCANIZE
will only be run twice. The first run
will begin at 3:30 p. m. and the sec
ond at 7:30, so all who want to see
this finest of features should be in
their seats a few minutes ahead of
hem. Davies, the Tire Man. 8-12-tf
Angleworm and Rain.
Just why the angleworm cornea out
of the ground after a soaking rain
when its natural tendency I to seek
the de-p, niolst part of the earth In
times of drought was lng a puzzle to
the naturalists. The i-nthusinstlc fish
erman will tell you that the only way
to rind any tishing worms when the
soil is very dry Is by. digging down to
whore It is damp or by sprinkling the
ground thoroughly the night before
you Intend to dig. It Is evident that
the Luinbrlcldae like water. The oth other
er other recently discovered fact nlnrnt them
Is that they a No like- air and cannot
live without It. When it has mined
until the earth is thoroughly saturated
Mr. Angleworm has to crawl out of the
ground In order to kef ; from drown
ing. St. Louis (JlolH-Democrat.
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
Mr. Morris E. Robinson is receiving
congratulations on entering the
thirty-fifth year of his connection
with the big Savannah shoe house of
Rosenheim & Son. Sunny Sim has
sold enough shoes to walk the Euro European
pean European armies.
Mr. John Chazal, while assisting in
the work of making ready at the
granary of L. R. Chazal & Sons yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, had the middle finger of his
left hand badly mashed. He was
helping carry a heavy piece of sheet
iron, when one of the men helping I Gerig's.
him dropped his end, causing the en
tire piece to fall and catch Mr. Cha
zal's hand under it. He is able to be
around today, but suffers considerable
Use Nyal's iamiiy remedies. All
good good for all. Sold by Annex
Drug Store. 16-tf
Have you tried those delicious Max Max-ixe
ixe Max-ixe cherries? 50 cents per pound, at
Our new Irish potatoes for fall
planting are now in. Ocala Seed
Fresh shipment of Norris famous
PEANUT BRITTLE received every
few days at the Court Pharmacy, tf
THIRTY-FIVE BUICK FOR SALE
For sale, cheap for cash, a model
35 Buick, in perfect condition. Apply
to Davies, the Tire Man. 8-12-tf
COLIC, CHOLERA AND
Island Grove 1.50
Anthony . 1.50
Tickets on sale for regular trains September 4th. Good returning
on resrular trains to and includincr train No. -33, leaving Fernan-
dina, September 7th, 1915.
SEE YOUR TICKET AGENT J
JOHN BOISSEAU, C. T. A., G. Z. PHILLIPS, A. G. P. A
Ocala, Florida. Jacksonville, Fla.
"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
thing else I have ever tried for the
same purpose." Obtainable every
Elm trees have been planted In the
squares and park3 of our ciiy where
you may make their acquaintance.
They are trees you can learn to rec recognize
ognize recognize at a distance because of their
general form or habit of growth. A
well-grown tree Is broad and rather
flat across the top. and for this rea
eon it is called a fan-shaped tree.
Broadway and 14th Street.
NEW YORK CITY
A Clean, Comfortable, Convenient
and Homelike Hotel on both
.American and European Plans.
SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES
American Plan, $2 per Day.
and up .
European Plan, $1 per Day
CHURCHILL &. COMPANY
Hadn't Looked for That.
"When we bought dear little Hobby
the electric flashlight he had been
begging for so long." says a mother,
Mwe never anticipated that th first
time we had company he would hold
It up to the guest's ear and say: Oh,
I just want to see if your ear is
Keep Ham Moist.
Boiled ham is a most useful and pop popular
ular popular dish, but it is inclined to get hard
and dry when stored. To prevent this,
spread over the cut portion with a
thin layer of butter, then with a layer
of flour paste and the ham will keep
Few Others Know of It.
Many a man who says he studies to
please expends most of his efforts oa
World's Finest Equestrian Group.
London's st.it lies sire "enerally th
lauubin stk f foreljrn visitors
TIi-y ar r:i!!d "jokes In Ktone" am
otluT ru'? n:uiis. It nil the more
trr:itifyin? to find m at le:it f tln
rmenilly depNed !Jo-t gaining the
ui''l;iue of i";llli-l Judges. A party
of IVliun sculptors and artists on
rH nt visit were inovtMl to proclaim
their -onvi tion that the quadriga of
"Victory on tl.' arch nt the top of
Constitution bill was not only the finest
equestrian group in England, but In
the whole world! The sculptor, Carn
tain Adrian Jones, ouco told the writer
that it was twenty ye.irs after the first
sketch was made that the group wris
finally put In Misjtlon. Iondon Stand
The Hot Air Furnace.
There was a young publisher, who
made n sudden fortune by apieaIIuB
to that largely neglected class which
we call ix'cJety. ('aining riches, the
your.g pinV.I.Ner retired and was seen
less and less in his old haunts.
"Where's Iiwrence? some one ask
ed of "Mr. Doaley."
Dooley answered, "Oh, he's uptown
tuow, wanning his bands at the socla
Russia took Us denomination from
the ":ossi, or Russl. a people of tho
south of Russia, who possessed them
selves of the country In the declining
days of tho Creek empire. Being the
predominant, inhabitants, they imposed
their name on all the rest-
Winning a Pleasant Look.
Father Then', now look pleasant.
boys. Here's a icnny for each of you
(After the picture Is taken) Finely
d"ne! Now give me the pennies back
again. Meggendorfer Blatter.
The Meek One My wife says I'm
"worm." The Friend Why don't you
retaliate? The Meek One Why. If
"turned" shed le Mire of It- Puck.
Flattery is the worst and falsest way
of showing our esteem. Dean Swift.
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 890,000
No. 1. Lv. Jacksonville, 9:30 p. m.;
Ar. Ocala, 1:45 a. m.; Lv. Ocala 1:50
a. m.; Ar. Tampa C: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. Fetersburjrl
No. 9 Limited train; Lv. Jackson
ville 1:30 p. Lv. Ocala, 4:30 p. m.;
Ar. Tampa, 7:45 p. m.
No. 2. Lv. St. Petersburg, 4:30 p.'X
mM m p A ClA.ll rf V S Jiy M-d A CSUa" i
pa, 9 p. m.; Ar. Ocala, 2:30 a. m.; Lv. I
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. to.;
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
CHARLIE ROD OFF
Ocala's Original Sea Food Man
FRESH CRABS EVERY DAY
FRESH SHRIMP EVERY DAY
PHONE 436 OCALA, FLA.
A WAY OUT
A Resident of Ocala Shows the Way
There's one effective way to relieve
Liniment and plasters may relieve
But they seldom reach the cause.
Backache is cause to suspect the
Ocala people back them up. Read
a case of it.
L. C. Pafford, carpenter, 29 E.
Monroe St., Ocala, says: "Last
spring I had a bad case of 'backache.
I couldn't straighten tip after I once
stooped over, unless I took hold of
something for suport. Often I could
see dark spots floating In front of
me and sometimes everything before
me became black. A druggist recom recommended
mended recommended I)oan8 Kidney Pills to me,
saying that he had nothing better in
the store, "so I got a box and began
using them. I could see their Rood
effects from the first few doses and
one box cured me."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that Mr. Pafford had. Fcter-iMllbum
Co. Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 9.
Notice is hereby given that the reg
ular examination for certificates to
teach will be held in Ocala beginning
on Tuesday. September 7. 1915, at 9
Applicants will supply themselves
with legal cap paper, pens and ink
for the work and the regular fee ot
one dollar will be collected at begin beginning
ning beginning of work. Very truly yours,
8-6-5tw J. II. Brinson, Supt.
ve want to call especial attention of parents having children go-
ing to school away from home to the superior advantages offered by ?
the Marion County High School at Ocala and to the convenient, com- jr
fortable, home-like and economical advantages of our dormitory for y
county students. X
The institution will continue under the management of Mrs. D. M.
Roberts as matron who so successfully handled it last term and the
rates will continue to be $13 PER MONTH. It is under the direct
supervision of the county school board and the people of the county
can find no better high school advantages nor desirable boarding ar-
rangements anywhere. Address either the matron or
Supt. J. H. Brinson, Ocala, Florida
NEW YORK AND RETURN
11 4ii I N 1L-4
Only Direct Line from Jacksonville
F re includes meals and stateroom berth.
TICKETS NOW ON SALE COOL ON ANY SHIP
FINAL RETURN LIMIT OCTOBER 31st.
Write for schedule and further particulars.
H. G.WENZEL Florida passenger agent
Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of Liberty Street.
. LAEGPa BAY EXCURSION
rJUaOT TRIP JACKSONVILLE
ITJIi!DAY, SEPT. Sth
Elaborate Labor Da7 Program Arranged at Pablo Beach. Govern Governor
or Governor Park Trammell will address the multitudes. There will be Auto,
Motorcycle and Bicycle Races. The features of the day will be a
100-yard dash foot race for ladies. Dancing day and night. Fire
works at night.
Tickets on sale for all regular trains September Gth. Good re returning
turning returning to and including September 0th-
G. Z. PHILLIPS, A. G. P. A, JOHN BOISSEAU, C T.
Jacksonville, Fla. Ocala, Florida.
WANTED, LOST. FOUND. FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnished, rooms in residence next toi
the Colonial; also for light house housekeeping.
keeping. housekeeping. Inquire at the Colonial. 7tfj
WANTED From 1 to 100 head of j
hogs to fatten on shares, or by the;
month at 80c per head. Every pre-'
caution will be used to keep hogs ini
a healthy condition. W. B. Perry, j
Oxford, Fla. 8-lG-2GtJ
FOR RENT A splendid home prop-j
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
4. Sanders, Ocala, Fla. lt-tf.
URNISIIED RESIDENCE FOR!
RENT An eight-room residence, ev-j
ery modern convenience and fully
furnished in every particular. Pleas-j
ant surroundings and close to public'
square. Would not rent for les3 thanj
six months. Apply at Star office tf t
RL Rev. Abbott Charles, President. Rev. Father Benedict, Director.
Sto Leo College
Saint Leo, Pasco County, Florida
Five Miles West of Dade City and On ilile 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
LOST Gold ring, signet of onyx
Greek woman intaglio. Reward at'
the Star office. 28-Ct
No flr-pty Ccmplient.
MI f .! Mr. P., :irh I
w.n ?v. n" -'i:''st. nii! !:. .nM I dlJn't
U-.k It. I', r i:r.i:li.-r -'.V II. y..u don't; i
you,hrjv-Ti"r I-H,k-d It for twtlre years.
White Star Line Transfer Co.
TEAMS FOR RENT LIGHT AND HEAVY HAULING DONE
Superior to Plaster or
Ceiling in Quality
. j Pianos, 3
n of Freight,
Bageage Serf ice
COLLIER BROS., Proprietors
He'd Had EB(ri(ne. Never In DOUDX.
Her (rending) And ho they were "Doe your wife ever doubt what
married, and that was the 1at of thetr Ton say when you get home late?"
trouble. IIIui ("otto voce) Last, Lnt j the Wise Guy. "Neter." replied
not least. Exchange (the Grouch. "She knows I am lying."
"Did yon come back oa aa sJJ sttel
nrsiaT "When the waiters tzS por
kers finished pine king C9 I