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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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VOL.21. OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1915 NO. 206
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Evidently Repeating Tactics of

DESULTORY FIGHTING 0!! THE
London, Aug. 31. The Russian
armies along the upper Bug and the
Zlota Lipa rivers are being with withdrawn
drawn withdrawn rapidly, but apparently with without
out without great loss, as neither Vienna nor
Berlin claim extensive captures of
prisoners or booty. In the center of
the line due west of Warsaw, the in invaders
vaders invaders continue to make steady pro progress,
gress, progress, while farther north they are
advancing more slowly. The fall of
Lipsk brings the Germans close to
Grodno,' the only fortress on the line
held by Russians.
Military observers direct attention
at the fact that the Russian equin equin-ioctical
ioctical equin-ioctical storms are due to begin about
the 21st of October. They believe
these may check the Germans. Some
recall the autumnal equinox marked
the turning point of the Napoleonic
campaign.
FRENCH KEEP UP A LIVELY.
' FIGHT
Along the western front the usual
artillery and hand grenade work
marks operations. Paris says these
activities have resulted in the de de-si
si de-si ruction of several German trenches
and other protections.
SEVERE FIGHTING REPORTED
AT THE STRAITS
Constantinople again reports heavy
fighting at the Dardanelles, but the
allies are silent regarding this sec section.
tion. section. ROME HAS A SATISFACTORY
REPORT
Rome reports the satisfactory pro progress
gress progress of the quadruple entente pow powers
ers powers in negotiations in the near east,
and says Serbia's promises are satis satisfactory
factory satisfactory as far as .they go and that
the Turco-Bulgarian railroad agree agreement
ment agreement does not affect Bulgarian neu neutrality.
trality. neutrality. RUSSIANS COME BACK
The nearer approach of the Ger Germans
mans Germans to Grodno is indicated in the
German official report, which says the
Germans are moving on the fortress
from the east and south as well as
the west. The headquarters of Prince
Leopold and MacKensen report the
Russians driven back along a wide
front.
In Galicia, the Russians delivered a
strong counter attack on the Stripa
river and "partially checked" the
Germans.
AUSTRO-GERMAN VICTORIES
OVER THE RUSSIANS
Are the Greatest Ever Accomplished
In the History of the World
Berlin, Aug. 31. German military
experts make the statement that the
victories of the Austro-German forces
on the eastern front against the Rus Russian
sian Russian armies are the greatest in the
history of the world, surpassing eyen
the great feats of Napoleon. It is
expected that it will be at least two
years before the Russian forces can
recoverv from the reverses suffered.
The Russian defenses along the en entire
tire entire eight hundred-mile front from
the Baltic to Bukowina has been shat
tered so completely 4hat further re
sistance is out of the question. Now
that all the huge Russian fortresses
are in the hands of the Teutonic al allies,
lies, allies, a movement has been commenc commenced
ed commenced to divert troops to other theaters
of war operations. Large masses will
be thrown against the French and
English in the West, while it is likely
hat Italy will be opposed more vig vigorously
orously vigorously .than heretofore.
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf.
Fresh shipment of Norris' famous
PEANUT BRITTLE received every
few days at the Court Pharmacy, tf

Three Years Ago

WESTERN FRONT AHD BLOODY BUT UNDECIDED. BATTLES

AT THE DARDANELLES
(Associated Press)
APPEAL HAS
REACHED ALL
DEFINITE ANSWER FROM MEX MEX-i(
i( MEX-i( ICAN LEADERS DUE IN
'A FEW DAYS
(Associated Pr6ss)
Washington, Aug. 31. That the
Pan-American peace appeal to the
Mexicans leaders has been delivered
to all the leaders, became known to today.
day. today. Some had been reached by
courier in remote sections. Replies
are hot expected before next week.
Carranza-has not yet replied, but it
is indicated, that the conference will
proceed without him.
STRIKE SETTLED
ENGLAND AGAIN PLACATES
HER WORKERS UNDER UNDERGROUND
GROUND UNDERGROUND (Associated Press)
London, Aug. 31. The trouble in
the South Wales coal fields that
threatened to develop into a serious
strike, has been settled. w
The terms of- the settlement have
not yet been published, but repre representatives
sentatives representatives of the men claim their de demands
mands demands have been conceded.
TONNAGE IN THE
FOREIGN TRADE
Of the United States the Greatest
Collected in Thirty Years
(Associated Press)
Washington, Aug. 31. The depart department
ment department of commerce announces that
tonnage taxes collected by the United
States on vessels in the foreign trade
for the year ending June 30th was
the largest in thirty years.
LEE YET ALIVE
At 2 o'clock this afternoon Mr. Lee,
the injured high diver, is holding his
own at the hospital, but the physi physicians
cians physicians say his condition is desperate.
The physicians will not .operate, or at
least not yet, as there is apparently
nothing to be gained by an operation.
The man is receiving every care pos possible.
sible. possible. The physicians say he is ex exceedingly
ceedingly exceedingly plucky and full of grit.
A CORRECTION
Mr. Lee, the man who fell from the
tree while attempting to make a high
dive, at Silver Springs Sunday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, has never worked for Mr. Car Car-michael,
michael, Car-michael, as stated in this paper yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, in any capacity, and was do doing
ing doing the diving act entirely on his own
account.
COTTON PRODUCTION
HAS BEEN CUT
About 12.000,000 Bales, or Less than
70 Per Cent, of the Normal
Amount
Washington, Aug. 31. The condi condition
tion condition of the growing cotton crop of
the United States on August 25 was
G9.2 per cent of a normal one.
A crop slightly under 12,000,000
bales was forecast by the crop report reporting
ing reporting board from July 25 conditions.
We have a few of the famous Shu Shumate
mate Shumate and Chase razors which we will
sell below cost price to close out. The
Court Pharmacy. tf

OCTBOj

a Hundred and
.
SENATOR IS STINGY
KERN WANTS NATIONAL DE DEFENSE
FENSE DEFENSE WITHOUT GIVING UP
MUCH COIN
(Associated Press)
Washington, Aug. 31. In a con conference
ference conference on legislation of the coming
session of Congress, Senator Kern
told the president that Indiana fav favors
ors favors strengthening the national de defence,
fence, defence, but thought the proposal to
spend $500,000,000 too much.
AMERICAN CRUISER AN ARK
Of Refuge for Christians who are Be Being
ing Being Driven from Syria by
the Tufks
(Associated Press)
Paris, Aug. 31. The Havas agency
reports from Athens that the United
States cruiser Chester has arrived at
Canea, Crete, with 470 refugees driv driven
en driven from Beirut, Syria, by Turks. The
Chester will go back for another
load.
GOING TO HAVE
AN ALL HOME GAME
Manager Hunter informs the Star
that there will be a strictly home homemade
made homemade game at Hunter Park Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. The opposing teams will be
made up entirely of Ocala boys. We
suppose captains of the two -teams
will be selected, and that they will
"throw up and chose out." At any
rate, it will be a live game, and
should draw a good crowd.
BLACK-EYED PEAS WANTED
Editor Star: I have an inquiry for
black-eyed peas. Wish you would
permit this to appear in the Star so
if Marion county farmers have any
they can advise me at once number
of bushels and price of same. Want
quick action. Yours truly,
J. D. Rooney, Secretary,
Marion County Board of Trade.
TWO YOUNG MEN ON A HIKE
Two young men called at the Star
office today. They are from St. Pe Petersburg,
tersburg, Petersburg, having started opt to walk
from that place to Detroit, earning
their expenses en route, wherever
they can get a little work to do. They
are promised good positions when
they reach their destination and also
a handsome purse. Their names are
J. ,W. Furse and S. S. Sheppard.
TRENTON DEFENDANTS
ALL GAVE BOND
Gainesville, Aug. 31. Tension was
in a great measure relieved here yes yesterday
terday yesterday when examination was waived
in the Trenton case and on the sug suggestion
gestion suggestion of the prosecuting attorney
for the state the defendants, twenty twenty-two
two twenty-two in number, were admitted to bail
in the sum of $11,000 which they
readily gave and returned to their
homes. This is a case where twenty twenty-two
two twenty-two of the citizens of Trenton had
been arrested in connection with the
killing of Dr. Owens.
MADE FIVE GOOD MEXICANS
Guards on the Border Rounded Up a
Bunch of Greasers
El Paso, Aug. 31. Five Mexicans,
alleged to have been cattle thieves,
were killed yesterday at Eagle moun mountain,
tain, mountain, about thirty miles east of Sierra
Blanca for a posse of customs guards
and civilian soldiers. None of the
posse were injured.

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(Associated Press)

Honolulu, Aug. 31. The exposure
of the hulk of the submarine F-4,
lost March 25th, with its crew of 22,
has failed to reveal traces of the
bodies, or throw any light on the
cause of the accident. The craft was
lying on its starboard side and that
side is filled with debris, mud and
sand. The bodies might be under the
debris. There are two large holes in
the hull, but it is not known whether
they caused the accident or whether
they were torn in the plates by the
efforts to raise the vessel. The bodies
might have been destroyed by marine
creatures, with which these waters
abound.
AHEAD OF TIME
VANGUARD OF WINTER HAS IN
VADES THE NORTHERN
STATES
(Associated Press)
Washington, Aug. 31. The sum
mer's coldest weather has spread over
the northern part of the country
from the Rockies to the Atlantic, and
into some of the gulf states. The
lowest temperatures on record are re
ported from some of the middle and
western states.
PRELIMINARY HEARING
OF GROVER CRIBBS
Bound Over in the Sum of $3000 for
the Shooting of Homer Dean
G rover C. Cribbs had a preliminary
hearing this morning before Judge
W. E. Smith for the killing of Homer
Dean on the night of August 14th at
Romeo in the- western part of Mar
ion county, and was bound over in the
sum of three thousand dollars to ap appear
pear appear before the grand jury at the
next term of the circuit court.
The prosecution was represented
by State Attorney Scofield, while Mr.
C. D. Blackwell of the firm of Hum
phries & Blackwell, Live Oak. de defended
fended defended Cribbs.
Four witnesses were examined for
the state, Messrs. Dave and J. B.
Dean, Clarence Nettles and W. O.
Brewer. Besides the accused Mr. J.
II. Kirkland testified for the defense.
Cribbs said that on the evening of
the killing he was eating his supper
at his boarding house, when Dave
Dean and Clarence Nettles came
there; he left by the rear entrance to
the house and went to his own home,
a short distance away. Shortly aft
erward Dave Deah'and Clarence Net Nettles
tles Nettles called him to his front gate and
provoked a difficulty, striking him and
tearing his clothing. He ran into the
house, and securing a shotgun, fired
at a man he saw approaching from
his front gate. This later proved to
be Homer Dean, tho Cribbs says he
did not know at the time he fired who
it was. After the shooting when he
was told by a friend that he had kill killed
ed killed Dean he left and went to his for
mer home in Suwanee county, sur surrendering
rendering surrendering to the authorities there
fome days ago, and was later brought
back to Marion for trial.
Cribbs seemed to have no hesitancy
in saying that he had killed Dean,
but said that he believed that at the
lime he fired the fatal shot he was in
danger.
It is thought that Cribbs ill be
able to give the bond required for his
appearance.
The community in which the trag
edy occurred was largely represented
at the trial this morning.
MORE WORK FOR MORGANTHAU
American Minister to Turkey Looks
After Varied Foreign Interests
Washington, Aug. 31. United
States Ambassador Morganthau at
Constantinople, has taken over the in interests
terests interests of Russia, Italy and Monte Montenegro
negro Montenegro in the Turkish capital.
Those cakes made at Carter's Bak
ery under the name "DELICIOUS"
are everything that the name indi
cates. Six flavors made fresh every
day and put up in 10c packages. Ac Accept
cept Accept no other. tf

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SIM THE F-4 AI HER
MIITY TV0
Marion County Should be Well Rep Represented
resented Represented at the Central Florida
Association Meeting
The Marion County Board of Trade
has received the following letter:
Tampa, Fla., August 27.
To All Members: We want you to
attend the quarterly meeting of the
Central Florida Highway Association
which will be held in Lakeland Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, September 9th, the meeting to
be called to order at 10:30 a. m. in
the auditorium, which has a seating
capacity of several thousand. We
want to make this meeting the big biggest
gest biggest thing of the kind ever held in the
South. We had over four hundred
delegates at the meeting in Orlando,
and, if possible, we want a thousand
at Lakeland. Would like to see you
come in your automobiles, if possible,
and bring a load of good roads en enthusiasts
thusiasts enthusiasts with you. Each member
has a vote and the individual mem memberships
berships memberships aie only 2 per year.
If you are not aware of the fact, I
will state that as yet the central loop
of the Dixie Highway through Flor Florida
ida Florida has not been designated, and
neither has it been agreed upon by
the two FloridA commissioners, and
the meeting at Lakeland will deter determine
mine determine the routing of this highway,
especially with respect to the route
north of Gainesville; whether it shall
go west and north of Gainesville to
Tallahassee, or north from Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville to Lake City. This is a most im important
portant important subject and we are all vitally
interested in the final decision. Each
member will have a vote on this ques question
tion question and it is necessary that you as
well as your friends be there.
This meeting will be held in the
largest city in Polk county. The
county that is cow agitating a bond
issue for a sum something like $1, $1,-000,000.
000,000. $1,-000,000. You should lend your sup support
port support by your presence in showing
Polk county citizens the interest in
Florida for good roads; your presence
will make sentiment greater for the
ultimate building of 200 miles of
highway in Polk county.
Other highway matters will be
brought up and reports concerning
various recommended routes will be
received. Some of the points to be
brought up are the designating of
certain tributaries to the Dixie High Highway,
way, Highway, the beautification of highways,
the adoption or rejection of resolu resolutions
tions resolutions favoring other inter-state high highways
ways highways that will be of national impor importance;
tance; importance; your city should be located on
every important highway route that
is possible, and if you are absent it
might mean a loss of an opportunity
that may not present itself again.
The executive committee has rec recommended
ommended recommended an amendment to the by bylaws,
laws, bylaws, as herewith attached; this will
be voted on at the Lakeland meeting.
Come and bring all the good roads
boosters you know of; have them on
hand in Lakeland early in the morn morning,
ing, morning, Thursday, September 9th, 1915.
Entertainment is being arranged for
by Lakeland citizens and the meet meeting
ing meeting will be an all-day and evening
session.
It is possible we will have Presi President
dent President Allison and Assistant Secretary
Robinson of the Dixie Highway As Association,
sociation, Association, also several members of
the Dixie Highway Association direc directorate,
torate, directorate, with us, and we are urging
the Florida commissioners, Mr. Bel Belcher
cher Belcher and Mr. Saxon, to be present.
Yours very truly,
L. P. Dickie, Secretary,
Central Florida Highway Ass'n.
An Appeal from Secretary Rooney
Citizens of Marion County: You
have before you the issue. Will you
meet it, or will we be indifferent and
pass it up? Read carefully what Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Dickie has to say. The cen central
tral central loop of the Dixie Highway thru
Florida has not- been designated, nor
agreed upon by the two Florida com commissioners.
missioners. commissioners. We must go to the Lake-

HELP TD IMPROVE
FLORIDA HIGHWAYS

Rapid

Rise in
change
CAUSES AMERICAN
BANKERS

(Associated Press)

New York, Aug. 31. Foreign ex
change rates reached their most ser
ious stage with an over night break
of two and a half cents in the Eng
lish pound to $4.582. Many bankers
believe this is nearing the low price
that would cause curtailment of for
eign orders to this country for every everything'
thing' everything' except war munitions. Foreign
ers are already paying the top of the
market price for goods shipped from
the United States. No orders have
been cancelled yet. No business was
done in English money today.
land meeting so strong and deter determined
mined determined that by cooperation this will
be settled. The Orlando meeting was
the biggest good roads meeting ever
held in Florida. Let us beat it at
Lakeland. Now is the time to get
final results. All pledges are in. Let
us go down in a big delegation, every
one take a membership and thus we
give weight to cur argument and can
accomplish something.
Rally! Rally! Don't forget, Sep September
tember September 9th, 10 a. m. at Lakeland.
J. D. Rooney,
County Director C. F. II. A.
OTTO DINK INS
Mclver & MacKay sent to Cornell
this morning a casket for the body of
Otto Dinkins, the 14-year-old son of
Mr." W. J. Dinkins, who died last
night. The funeral will take place
this afternoon at Cornell.
MR. TURNER IN A NEW ROLE
Prof. Robert VL. Turner of Inver Inverness,
ness, Inverness, for 10 years superintendent of
public instruction for Citrus county,
has resigned that position and his
successor has been appointed, but we
do not have his name.
Prof. Turner has been appointed by
Governor Trammell to the position of
state rural school inspector, in the
place of Capt. George M. Lynch of
Gainesville, who recently resigned.
Capt. Lynch resigned the position to
take the principalship of the Arcadia
public school, at a salary considerably
in excess of that attached to the posi position
tion position held by him with the state.
There are two of the inspectors of
rural schools, the other being Prof.
Shelton Phillips of Williston, which
position he has held for two years,
and prior to that was county superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of schools in Levy county for
20 years.
Prof. J. A. Thackston, wife and
three children and Mrs. Gill, Mrs.
Thackston's mother, left Gainesville
this morning on their way to Lees Lees-burg,
burg, Lees-burg, where the professor was going
to deliver a lecture and when two
miles from town on the Kendrick
road, his Ford car, which had all of
the curtains up, skidded and turned
over on its side, throwing all of the
occupants out. Mrs. Gill was the
only member of the party seriously
injured, her left arm being broken. A
passing car brought Mrs. Gill to
Ocala, where she was given surgical
attention. The car was soon righted
and came in to town, with its own
power, apparently uninjured. The ac accident
cident accident occurred exactly at 12 o'clock.
The lecture was given up and the
party returned to Gainesville this
afternoon.
Mr. C. A. McPherson, engineer of
the A. C. L. yard engine, is off for a
few days, having accompanied his
family to Georgia, where they went
for a vacation. During Mr. Mcpher Mcpherson's
son's Mcpherson's absence, Mr. Frank Kells i3
holding the throttlctm 1C32.
W. K. Lane, 31. D.. Physician and
Surgeon, speti&list Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida.
A new line of high grade stationery
in all the latest styles and cuts at
Ceng's. tf.

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HOUSE BLOl'll UP
EVIDENCE OP-GERMAN SPY AC ACTIVITY
TIVITY ACTIVITY CONTINUES TO
INCREASE
(Associated Press)
San Francisco, Aug. 31 The pack packing
ing packing house of the Dupont de Nemours
Powder Co., at Pinole, blew up today.
The engineer is dead and three work workmen
men workmen are missing.
SECRET SERVICE MEN
AFTER GERMAN SPIES
A Plot to Blow Up Ammunition
Factories is Believed to Exist
WashingtonrAug. 31. That m well well-or
or well-or ganized plot exists to destroy all
ammunition factories turning out war
supplies for the allies is the firm be belief
lief belief of those government officials who
are investigating the German propa propaganda
ganda propaganda in the United States. Follow Following
ing Following the destruction of the American
Powder Company's mill at Acton,
Mass., and the black powder mill of
the Dupont Powder Company near
Wilmington, Del, yesterday, secret
service men were immediately put on
the case. The government is also en endeavoring
deavoring endeavoring to locate a supposed secret
German wireless plant somewhere
along the Atlantic coast from which
unneutral messages are being sent
and Berlin being advised of all im important
portant important doings in this country.
ITALIANS SHOW UP
Many Transport 4 Carrying Troops
Have Appeared at Mitylene
Athens, Aug. 31. Several trans transports
ports transports carrying Italian troop's have
reached the Turkish coast, according
to a dispatch from Mitylene. This
dispatch does not mention the place
of diembarkment but it is generally
supposed to be in .the vincinity of
Smyrna and possibly on the Gallipoli
peninsula."
SEABOARD SCHEDULE
South Bound
No. 1. Lv. Jacksonville, 9:30 p. m.;
Ar. Ocala, 1:45 a. m.; Lv. Ocala 1:50
a.y 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. SjL Petersburg
8 p. m.
No. 9-Limited train; Lv. Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 1:30 p. m., Lv. Ocala, 4:30 p. m.;
A r.-Tampa, 7:45 p. m.
North Bound
No. 2. Lv. St. Petersburg. 4:30 p.
m.; Ar. Tampa, 6:55 p. m.; Lv. Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, 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 Limited
ited Limited train.
GOOD THINGS TO EAT
ABSOLUTELY FRESH
Potato Chips, Philadelphia Cieam
Chee.e, Pimento Cheese, N. Y. State
Full Cream Cheese, Roquefort Cheese,
Dromedary Dates, Seeded Raisins,
Carolina Salt Herring, Smoked Hali Halibut.
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OCALA EVENING STAR TUESDAY, AUGUST 31. 1913

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter
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One year, in advance $5.00
Six months, in advance 2-50
Three months, in advance.... 1.25
One month, in advance 50
The greatest proof there is of Col.
Roosevelt's waning popularity is that
the newspapers now seldom allude to
him as Teddy.
The officials of the war department
seem to think our citizen soldiery
need3 a course of instruction in mili military
tary military etiquette. What they most need
is plenty of opportunity to learn how
to shoot.
It is announced that our coast
guard artillery at Panama is to be in increased
creased increased to twenty-eight companies, or
about 2000 men. That will be a good
little crowd to capture, but not
enough to make any defense.
The legislature at its recent session
provided $30,000 v for fighting hog
cholera, which was a very sensible
appropriation. But it didn't provide
a, cent to help the state board of
health in its inspection of school chil children.
dren. children. The Star will join the Clearwater
Sun in advising the South Florida
Press Association against any move
toward reviving the ancient system of
exchanging newspaper advertising
for railroad passes. It was bad for
the newspapers, the railroads and the
people.
It was thought a few years ago
that there was an irreparable breach
between the French government and
the. Catholic church, but 30,000 Cath Catholic
olic Catholic priests are now fighting in the
French army. The love of country is
One of the most sublime of emotions.
It ennobles a good man and dignifies
even a bad one.
The newspapers are full of attacks
on the "sport shirt." Seems to. the
Star that the sport shirt is ery com
fortable and is becoming when worn
by a well developed man. The reason
for the attacks on it is that it doesn't
look well on a scrawny man, and for
some reason or other most newspa
per men are scrawny.
We will respectfully remind Willis
B. Powell of three things: First,
William Chase Temple is a very small
elephant smaller in fact that some
bull calves. Second, he isn't dead.
Third, the Star wouldn't have to bury
him if he was dead. We can assure the
altitudinous Willis, however, that we
shall forget Mr. Temple as quickly as
he will let us.
The Star is informed that "Shorty"
Davidson, who was implicated in the
murder of W. C. Sellers, the A. C. L.
agent at High Springs nine years
ago, and who after two long and ex expensive
pensive expensive trials was sentenced to the
penitentiary, has been pardoned. This
is an outrage on the people of Alach Alachua
ua Alachua county and the entire state. We
wonder how the governor and other
members of the pardoning board can
excuse themselves for participating
in such a rank swindle on justice.
A number of Tampa business men
have done well in organizing a mu mutual
tual mutual fire insurance company. Every
city the size of Tampa or even smal smaller,
ler, smaller, should have such an institution.
It is called the Florida- Mutual Fire
Insurance Company and was organ-
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vas canvas for business continued a week
and $167,000 in policies was the re result.
sult. result. Risks are limited to one a
block. This is the first mutual fire
insurance company to apply for state
charter under the act of the last leg
islature.
The Star is informed that some
few citizens of Dunnellon have al-
owed themselves to be deluded by the
promises oi tne wniiston buncn and
are working for "Bloxham," looking
for their reward to the promise of the
Willistonites to have the next legis
lature add Dunnellon to Bloxham,
and give Dunnellon a chance at the
county seat. We do not think many
people in Dunnellon are green enough
to be taken in by the promises of
Williston. Before they are they
should ask why the Willistonians
flatly refused to allow Dunnellon to be
included in- the limits of the new
county when Representative Crosby
tried to induce them to do so, but in
stead insisted on the line being run
to within a few miles of Dunnellon,
taking away some of Dunnellon's ter
ritory. This is proof enough that
Williston has no intention of keeping
any such a promise, even if able. It
is also proof that they are dreadfully
hard up and frightened if they are
willing to make offers to a section
which they have denounced as "not
being fit to be included in their nice,
new county." But there is something
else to consider. When the next leg
islature meets, Marion county isn't
going to be trampled on like she was
by the last one. There will be no
more of her territory carved or even
threatened. Dunnellon is an impor important
tant important town. Some day she will be big
enough and have enough contingent
territory to have a county of her own.
When that time comes, we think Mar Marion's
ion's Marion's sense of justice will let her go.
But Marion will not turn Dunnellon
over to Bloxham, and Dunnellon may
mark it down in her memorandum
book that Bloxham, if there is any
Bloxham, will be before the next leg legislature,
islature, legislature, fighting to keep Dunnellon
out of Bloxham. The head, tail and
center of the Bloxham movement is
in a little bunch of politicians in Wil Williston,
liston, Williston, and the entire new county is
for their benefit. They will make any
kind of a promise to obtain the coun county
ty county seat, and break any promise to
keep it. Their own utterances prove
this.
With Park Trammell in the race
for the Senate, Herbert Drane run
ning for Congress, and W. N. Sheats
out for re-election as state school
superintendent, it appears that the
Lakeland office-seekers are almost as
numerous and ambitious as those of
Jacksonville and Jackson county.
Palatka Times-Herald.
Lakeland surely is an enterprising
little town.
It sone of the Star's principles that
any man who writes for it a com
munication assailing the character or
impugning the motives of another
man must sign his name to it. We
think it is all right to allow a littl-3
good-humored criticism over a non
de plume, or a discussion of public
affairs in which no personalities are
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involved. Even in these cases, we
prefer the author should si?n his
name, and only yield the point bo bo-cause
cause bo-cause some men who can write enter entertainingly
tainingly entertainingly and instructively but with without
out without malice on public affairs do not

wish to parade their names in print, j
It has probably been noticed that
when members of the element in city
affairs that the Star i3 identified with
(the "faction" as its critics call it),
write anything regarding Ocala af affairs,
fairs, affairs, although they never wiite any anything
thing anything abusive, they generally sign
their names. They never say another
man is a grafter, a wire puller or a
salary grabber and then sign some
fictitious name. The critics of the
Star and its friends, on the other
hand, are profu?e with their com
munications, which always reek with
insinuation, and are generally signed
with fictitious names. They have
two reasons for this policy. The first
is, they lack the moral courage to
sign their names. The second is,
they know the people of Ocala are
wise to them, and their signatures
would do their cause more harm than
good. If theis policy suits them, it
suits the Star.
OLD DOMINION SETS
A GOOD EXAMPLE
In the midst of the torrent of abuse
and recrimination set free by the
Frank case, it is refreshing to read
the following from the Columbia
State:
Stuart Speaks for Virginia
At the conference of governors in
Boston, Governor Stuart of Virginia
said: "Virginians stood first, last, and
all the time for a rigid enforcement
of the law. The men of the South had
some problems which were peculiarly
their own and they of Virginia liked
to think they were meeting them."
When Stuart so spoke he spoke
truly for the Virginians. Although
there are more than 000,000 negroes
in Virginia and more than twenty
counties having negro majorities, not
a lynching has occurred in that state
in twenty years.
Some years ago the wealthy mayor
or ex-mayor of a Virginia city was
accused of murder. He was tried,
convicted and executed. A wealthy
young man, son of a banker, in an another
other another city, killed his young wife. He
was convicted and executed. A party
of mountaineers, well-to-do, shot up
a court and killed the judge and two
or three other officers. Two of them
were executed, after trial, and others
were sent to the penitentiary.
In Virginia there is one law for
rich and poor. Is any man in South
Carolina fool enough to say that
womanhood in Virginia is not pro protected?
tected? protected? Who is fool enough to set up
the South Carolinans as a people
superior to the people of Virginia in
chivalry or courage or other virtues?
Not in Virginia has a lynching oc
curred in twenty years.
JESSE PYLES
Mr. Samuel Jesse Pyles, son of
Capt. S. R. Pyles of this city, aged
32 years died at Saluda, N. C. at 9
o'clock last evening of tuberculosis.
Mr. Pyles has been absent from home
for more than a year seeking relief
from his malady. He and Mrs. Pyles
had been at Saluda for about nine
months, but he gradually grew worse
and his death has been expected for
some time.
Mrs. James S. Norton, of St.
Petersburg, who has been summering
at Ilendersonville, near Saluda, a
niece of Capt. Pyles, was with him
when the end came and will accom accompany
pany accompany Mrs. Pyles and the body home
to Ocala.
It is impossible today 'to tell when
the body will reach home or the
funeral held.
Mr. Jesse Pyles, as every one call called
ed called him, was born on the farm five
miles south of town, where the fami family
ly family live, and had spent all of his life
in this county, until his illness made
it necessary for him to seek other
climates. His father sent him to Col Colorado,
orado, Colorado, Arizona and the mountains of
North Carolina, vainly trying to win
health and strength back to his eld eldest
est eldest son.
Mr. Pyles was married three years
ago, last November, to Miss Clara
Moore of this city.
Capt. and Mrs. Pyles have the
heartfelt sympathy of a great many
friends over Ocala and Marion county
in the death of their son.
Mr. Mjalmar Branting, an editor
and a leader of the socialist party in
Sweden, who returned recently to
Stockholm after a trip of five weeks
in the warring countries, said in an
interview that the war would last at
least another year. "The burden of
the war," he said, "is being borne
with great patience by the people ev everywhere.
erywhere. everywhere. The English probably look
for the longest duration of the con conflict.
flict. conflict. 4We will stick it out for years
if need be,' is what one hears on every
side in England. In Germany and
France there is no talk about peace
at all. The Germans contend that they
are fighting for their national ex existence,
istence, existence, and in such case there is no
use figuring on a posible time limit.
The French, on the other hand, aver
that they will not give the slightest
thought to peace until their country
has been cleared of the obnoxious in invaders."
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MRS IDA CROUCH-HAZLETT
ALL ARE INVITED
To Attend Lectures in Behalf of So
cialism by Mrs. Hazlett
Mrs. Ida Crouch-IIazlett, formerly
an organizer for the women s suf
frage party, a lecturer and writer of
note, delivered an address last right
near the Ocala House on socialism to
an appreciative audience.
Mr. Hazlett, who is touring this
state under the direction of the Flor Florida
ida Florida socialist party, enjoys the unique
distinction of having been the first
woman candidate for the United
States Congress, receiving 10,000
votes for that office in Colorado. She
will speak again tonight at the court
house square, her subject being "The
Constructive Program of Socialism,"
and will conclude the series with a
lecture Wednesday night on "The
Moral Phase of Socialism."
Admission to these lectures is free,
and ladies are especially, invited to at attend.
tend. attend. SEABOARD EXCURSIONS
On next Saturday the Seaboard
Air Line will run an excursion to
Fernandina, Pablo Beach and Atlantic
Beach, and the exceptionally attrac
tive rates from Ocala to all three
points will no doubt be taken advan
tage of by many of our people to
visit the seashore for a few days. The
rate from Ocala is only $1.50 for the
round trip, and tickets are good for
return on all regular trains the fol following
lowing following Tuesday.
On Monday they will sell round
trip tickets with a three-day return
limit for Jacksonville, at $1.50. The
special features of thi3 trip will be
the big labor day doings at Pablo
Beach, and Mr. John Boisseau, the
local ticket agent, is anticipating a
big crowd from Ocala,
NOTICE
There will be a special meeting of
the stockholders of the Ocala Trans
portation Company at the Board of
Trade rooms Wednesday night at
7:30. All requested to be present.
30-3t
C. (Ed.) Carmichael.
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
LItION-l)!UNX MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &
A. M., meets on the first and third
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 WOULD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. Hall at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visum?
sovereigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C- C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. V. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonet's Hall
cn the second Thursday evening o!
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M
Chas. Iv. Sage. Secretar. Ad.
OuALA TEMPLE
PYTHIAN SISTERS
The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 28
Pvthian Sisters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members are
cordially invited to meet with us.
Lena Tompkins, M. E. C.
Kate B. Howell, M. R.
KXIliHTS OF PYTniAS
. Ocala Lodse No. 19. Convention
held everv Monday at 8 D. m- a
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis
iting brothers. C. B. Howell, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocaia Lodge No. 286, Beneolent
and Protective Ordev of Elks, meets
the second and fourth "ftiesday even
Inss in each month. Visiting breth
fpn alwavs welcome. Clua house
opposite postoffice, ast side.
J- H. von Engelken, E. R.
Nelson Geise. Secietary. At.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter. No. 29, O. E. S,
meets at Yonge s hall tne secona ana
f mirth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Emily Webb, W. M.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, Sac'y.
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evenine at 8 odocx. A warm wel
come always extend d to visiting
brethren. M. M. Little, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
CIIAITEH N'O. 13, H. A. 31.
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.

Got Him Cussing.
An old minor, a .u!:l .r. hnl a pret pretty
ty pretty nlee. v. 1: !;i ;r hi-; !!.; -o. and at
hi death !.. 1 ;;:-::!.! nil hU c-irn-1
t i to In r oiniiti'Mi that s-he "nar "nar-rW
rW "nar-rW Tori J., .-i "ti:;4 laiuvr iu wbom
ho ha-1 always t.ikrn a Ufp Interest.
But the pretty i:iee h.ul u wish to
ninrry Toru ai.J put herself out of hU
reach hy ve'Ii:i.: a h.;rd working fac factory
tory factory lad. T;:- heir v.t law was not at
all llj'li-as-d with the niece for mar marrying
rying marrying :i not her. a h( thought that now
the old miner's wealth would come to
him.
"That siller bvhmzs to me now, 1
reckon. Le suM to the trustee, a whit?
Laired vld collier, who had klefe of his
own. "Susau'i 1 st It Vry marry In the
wrone man. S- you'd Letter hand It
ower."
"Nt so fast. la replied the trus trustee.
tee. trustee. "You'll Lare to be patient for
awhile. usaii may marry and bury a
dozen hmshuiuL and -ti!l coiue dooa to
you In the -inL"
And the heir at law L wondering
whether this Li really so. London Tlt-BlLs.

Hi Fine Contract.
Giorgio Polareo" brilliancy as reveal revealed
ed revealed In mu.ie does not extend to the do domain
main domain of business if one may judu by
a story told by ALrernou St. Johu Johu-llreiion.
llreiion. Johu-llreiion. Mr. Polacto was approached on
one occasion by a Milanese asent offer offering
ing offering bini an eitaKement at I.islou. Mr.
'olaceo named a certain prke as re
muneration. The cnKaeuieiit. how
ever, fell through, as Mr. I o bad
to so elsewhere. The next season the
same agent asked Mr. Po la ceo his terms
again andfor the same city. Mr. Po-
acco named them. The agent, acting
with, n certain celerity, asked Mr. lo lo-lacco
lacco lo-lacco to sign then and there. This waa
done, and Mr. rolacco took hi contract
home to his wife. The latter read it.
Then she folded it up and looked
straight nt her husband. "Giorgio, she
said, very tranquilly, "you have made
a great eon tract. Ah. said Mr. Po-'
lacco delightedly. "I know I have.
"Yes, Giorgio." resumed his wife, "yon
have asked nd accepted less than last
year and also the season is a month
lonppi"
SEtID POTATOES
Our new Irish potatoes for fall
planting are now in. Ocala Seed
Store. .8-11-tf
THE CLERK GUARANTEED IT
"A customer came into my store the
other day and said to one of my clerks.
'have you anythimr that will cure di
arrhoea" and my clerk went and got j
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 it7 So
he took it home and came back in a
day or two and said he was cured,
writes j. ii. uerry cc oo., aii Teeic,
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$1.50
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AND RETURN
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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 0:C0 p. m., September
7th.
For information or tickets
call on
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DAY,

Elaborate Labor Day Program Arranged at Pablo Eeach. 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 Cth. Good re- i
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TDAY

THE
(Nineteenth Episode).
two -reel drama, featuring Marion
OCALA. FLA.
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OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS

(If you have any items for this
Thought for the Day
You can, if you're willing, help others
along
Just try it and see.
A smile often leads to a laugh or a
song
For joy is contagious and lasting and
strong
Think only of gladness and then you
will find
That you have a power to help all
mankind
Just try it, and see! Selected.
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Mrs. R. G. Zetrouer will leave in!
the morning for Jacksonville where
she will spend a few days as the
guest of her aunt at the Windsor ho hotel,
tel, hotel, after which she will join her sis sister,
ter, sister, Mrs. J. F. Jenkins at the home of
their mother, Mrs. George Alexander
in Camden, S. C. Mr. Zetrouer, who
is on a business trip to St. Louis, will
join his wife there for a visit en
route home.
Mr. and Mrs. Allison Wartmann
were in.from Citra last evening to
witness the beautiful pictures at the
Temple.
Mrs. Robert Allen Burford Jr. and
little daughter Virginia, sailed today
from Boston for Jacksonville. They
expect to arrive here Saturday for a
visit of some length to Mrs. R. A.
Burford Sr. and family.
Miss Blair Woodrow is the guest
for a few days of Miss Ludie Smith
at Marowood, the young ladies com coming
ing coming up yesterday afternoon from
Woodmar.
'
Miss iola Raysor sails today for
New York from Jacksonville for a
visit of some length to her sister,
Mrs. Haskell in Boston.
Mrs. Edward Drake and little ones
are at home from' a delightful visit
of several weeks to Mrs. Drake's
mother in Jacksonville.
Miss Ethel Lamb of Worthington
Springs, who has been the attractive
guest of Miss Ellen Stripling, left
this morning for her home in re response
sponse response to a telegram received yester yesterday
day yesterday announcing the serious illness of
her mother.
Miss Mary Brooks returned to
Citra yesterday afternoon after a few
days here as the guest of Miss Rose Rosebud
bud Rosebud Robinson. Mis Brooks will re remain
main remain in Citra until the middle of
September before returning to her
home in Savannah.
Mrs. Dallas Jeff coat and children
are home from a visit to relatives in
Jacksonville. She was accompanied
by her sister, Mrs. Spier.
Mr. B. II. Norris is the guest of his
daughter in Tampa, going down yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon.
, Miss Irma Blake entertained at a
most charmingly informal musical
this morning at her home in compli compliment
ment compliment to Mrs. Frederick M. Hudson
of Tallahassee and Miami. Miss
Blake's guests included her most in intimate
timate intimate friends and and they were re received
ceived received by the hostess, her mother,
Mrs. Robert Blake and Mrs. E. L.
Carney. After all had assembled a
musical program was rendered by
Miss Blake and the honoree, Mrs.
Hudson, gave several vocal selections.
Her voice is a rich contralto and was
most pleasing. At the conclusion of
this delightful music, Miss Blake, as assisted
sisted assisted by her cousin, Miss Gladys
Martin, served a delicate pineapple
salad with mayonaise, topped with
cherries, sandwiches and iced tea.
Thus concluded a morning of much
pleasure to the fortunate guests and
the popular honoree. Those enjoying
this affair with Miss Blake and Mrs.
Hudson were Mrs. E. L. Carney, Mrs.
G. S. Scott, Mrs. A. L. Izlar, Mrs. C.
H. Lloyd, Mrs. W. II. Cassels, Mrs.
Albert Gerig, Mrs. George Martin,
Miss Gladys Martin and Mrs. Sis Sis-trunk.
trunk. Sis-trunk. Mrs. B. F. Condon came up from
the lake today for a short visit to
Miss Kathleen Jackson.
Miss Kathleen Jackson was the
hostess of the Tuesday afternoon auc auction
tion auction club at her home this afternoon.
Miss Jackson's guests were Misses
Dorothy Schreiber, Mary McDowell,
Nellie Gottlieb, Rosebud Robinson,
Edith Williams, Annie Davis, Ophelia
Sawtell, Mrs. B. F. Condon and Mrs.
Herbert Lattner. At the conclusion of
the games Miss Jackson served a
salad course with sandwiches, mints
and iced tea."
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Raysor and their
little boy came into town from Lowell
yesterday afternoon, to see Miss Lola
Raysor off on the limited for her
visit to New York.
Miss Alice Lovell, after a pleasant
visit to Mr. and Mrs. C. L. West and
other Ocala friends, has returned to
her home in Nashville, Tenn.
.
Mrs. F. W. Cook entertained at a
supper party Monday night in honor
of her old time friends, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred M. Hudson and children of Tal Tallahassee.
lahassee. Tallahassee. Miss Sara Gross, who has been the
guest of friends at Lowell for a few
days, was the victim of a severe ac-

department, call phone 106)

cident Saturday afternoon, when she
was thrown from an infuriated horse
while out for a ride with friends.
Miss Gross' horse became unmanag unmanag-able
able unmanag-able and ran two miles, pitching,
rearing and dashing about until final finally
ly finally Miss Gross' foot slipped from the
stirrup and she was pitched headlong
to the ground, and the animal struck
her in the back with his hoof, ren rendering
dering rendering her almost insensible. She was
taken with all speed to the home of
her friend and every possible service
rendered. Sunday morning she was
brought to her home here where she
is still confined to her bed, but rapid rapidly
ly rapidly recovering from what might have
been a fatal accident.
In Honor of Miss Liddon
One of the Apalachicora papers has
the following:
Thursday afternoon Mr. Herman
Mohr gave a bay trip in honor of
Miss Nellie Liddon of Ocala, who is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Earl C. Sher Sheridan.
idan. Sheridan. The party left the city at 7
o'clock on the steamer Lottie. Upon
reaching the island a number enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed the salt water bathing, while
others took advantage of the beauti beautiful
ful beautiful moonlight night to walk on the
beach.
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Miss Mary Burford will be hostess
at an elegant dinner party this even evening
ing evening at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. R. A. Burford, in compli compliment
ment compliment to her charming house guest,
Miss Carol Perrenot, who leaves to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow for Asheville, N. C, and
Cincinnati, Ohio.
Mrs. S. A. Standley returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon from a visit to the
golden west, where she went several
weeks ago as a member of one of the
Cate tourist party. Mrs. Standly's
trip was one of .great pleasure. En
route home Mrs. Standley visited
friends and relatives in Georgia for
ten days.
Judge Richard McConathy left yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon for Atlantic City,
where he will join Mrs. McConathy
for a much needed rest and vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Camp and fami family
ly family and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp
and family moved home this morn morning
ing morning after a stay of several weeks at
Lake Weir. During their sojourn at
the lake side they have dispensed a
delightful hospitality to a host of
their friends.
Mrs. H. A. Reeves of Inverness,
was a visitor at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. M. J. Roess Sunday, motoring
over with friends who spent the day
at Silver Springs. Mrs. Reeves was
joined here by Dr. Reeves, who has
been in Jacksonville for some time.
The little son of Mr. and Mrs. O. II.
Rogers, who has been so desperately
ill at the home of Dr. and Mrs. W. II.
Henry and family at Lake Weir, is
greatly improved today and is now
practically out of all danger, which
news will be of greatest interest to
their host of friends.
The members of the Eastern Star
are having a picnic at Silver Springs
today. The ladied motored out this
morning and along with swimming
and feasting on the many good things
in the bounteous lunch baskets at
noon, the day passed all too quickly
for the majority of them, many re returning
turning returning late in the afternoon with a
most reluctant "withered" air.
Mr. George Rogers will return to
his home in Jacksonville tomorrow
after a visit of a few days to his par parents,
ents, parents, Col. and Mrs. R. F. Rogers and
family.
Mrs. and Mrs. Naylor are spenling
today among friends at Anthony.
Mrs. T. S. Trantham, who has been
ill at the hospital for some time, has
entirely recovered and will leave
Thursday afternoon for her home in
Tallahassee.
Mrs. E. O. Cordrey and daughter,
Miss Alice Cordrey and his three
sons of Lynne, returned this morning
from a visit to Tampa.
Miss Irma Blake will be hostess to
the Eastern Stars at their regular
weekly sewing circle tomorrow after
noon.
The Eastern Star sewing circle
will meet Wednesday afternoon with
Mrs. L. F. Blalock.
Mrs. W. K. Zewadski will leave to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow for a week's visit to her sons,
Mr. W. K. Jr. and Mr. Guy D. Ze Zewadski
wadski Zewadski in Tampa. Her other sons,
Messrs. Clarence and Olaf Zewadski,
who went to Tampa yesterday morn morning,
ing, morning, will return with her next Mon
day.
Fresh shipment of Norris famous
PEANUT BRITTLE received every
few days at the Court Pharmacy, tf
The John Dozier Co. begs to an announce
nounce announce that its mills are up and
working, and it is prepared to fur
nish any formula that its customers
may desire, outside of its regular line,
at the lowest possible price. We sell
to everybody. We pay the highest

price for country corn on the cob. 6t

YOUNG FOLKS' CORNER

A Vegetable Party..
The Invitations for this party may
have a picture of a vegetable cut from
a seed catalogue and pasted on the
upper rit(ht hand corner, or. if pre preferred,
ferred, preferred, the invitations may each be
cut La the shape of a different kind
of vegetable and the words written
thereon.
When ready to begin the entertain entertainment
ment entertainment of the afternoon the hostess
should pass little books decorated with
pictures of farm products and contain containing
ing containing the following numbered questions:
1. The vegetable Pharaoh saw In a
dream?
2. What vegetable Is composed of let letters
ters letters of the alphabet?
3. What vegetable would be bad In a
boat?
4. What vegetable could play the
drum?
5. What vegetable Is a letter and fro frozen
zen frozen water?
6. What vegetable Is a barnyard prod product
uct product and a vegetable growth?
7. What vegetable Is the employment
of some women and the dread of all?
8. What vegetable brings water and
la a relative?
0. What vegetable means to draw, a
narrow bed and a kind of tree?
10. What vegetable Is admired, part
of a needle and to suffocate?
11. What vegetable Is colored?
12. What vegetable Is a kind of court?
13. What vegetable as permission?
14. What vegetable Is u wagon and
decays?
15. What vegetable does one like In Increased?
creased? Increased? 10. What vegetable Is often wasted?
17. What vegetable Is wise?
18. What vegetable Is filled with
money?
19. What vegetable Is a vehicle and
old?
2a What vegetable la a foreign city
and to grow?
Answers. 1. Corn. 2, Peas. 3. Leeks.
4. Beets. 5. Rice. 6. Egg plant. 7.
Spin ach- a Pump-kin. a Suc-cot-ash.
10. Art-l-choke. 11. Radish. 12. Squash.
13. Let tuce. 14. Car rots. 13. Celery.
10. Thyme. 17. Sage. 18. Mint. 19.
Cabb-age. 20. Brussels 6prouts.
When all have written the answers
the hostess collects the little books,
makes out the scores and awards the
prizes to the successful guessers.
Transposition.
1. Transpose remained In existence
and have the worst of characters.
2. Transpose a heavenly body and
have animals much disliked.
3. Transpose a building material and
have a man's name.
4. Transpose to move with the tide
and have a wild animal.
8. Transpose grain stalks and have
sk In blemishes.
6. Transpose to praise and flatter and
have double.
7. Transpose part of a stairway and
have fondlings.
8. Transpose a marsh bird and have
a falsifier.
Answers. 1. Live, eviL 2. Star, rats.
3. Lime, Emit 4. Flow, wolf. 5.
Straw, warts. 0. Laud. dual. 7. Step,
pets. 8. Rail, liar.
Holt Ball.
As many holes as there are players
are made in the ground. In a straight
line, one beyond the other, about three
feet apart. Each player has a num number
ber number corresponding to a hole. About
ten feet from the first hole la drawn a
line facing It. On this the first player
stands. In line with the holes, and
tries to throw a ball in one of them.
If the ball falls Into the fifth bole he
scores five, and the player who Is No.
5 takes his place on the line and
pitches the balL A score limit of twenty-five
or fifty Is made, and the one
who obtains that amount first wins.
Enigma.
I am composed of eight letters.
My 4-7-0-2 Is an insect of great ac activity.
tivity. activity. My 4-2-3 is a great distance.
My 8-5-0 is to expire.
My 1-2-8 Is a kind of fly.
My whole was a president of the
United States.
Answer Garfield. Words Flea, far,
die, gad.
An Opinion.
Hudson Maxim, Inventor of high ex explosives
plosives explosives and one of the world's great greatest
est greatest chemists, says. The wreath of
cigarette smoke which curls about the
head of the growing lad holds his brain
in an iron grip which prevents it from
growing and his mind from developing
Just as surely as the iron shoe does the
foot of the Chinese glrL" American
Boy.
An After Dinner Trick.
Take a dinner plate and fill with wa water
ter water to the depth of an eighth of an
inch, perhaps a little more. Then put
a small bit of candle in the center,
light and over It place a tall glass
tumbler, such as lemonade or Iced tea
is served In. Just as the Inverted tum tumbler
bler tumbler touches the plate the water will
rise within the glass.
Bodtimo.
"When I go to bed at nlxht.
Before we snuff the candle light,
Jtly mother makes me truly say
If I've been good the llvelon day.
And when she knows that I've been good
And done Just what she said I should.
8he hugs me In her arms up tight
And kisses me a last good night.
But when I have to ear I'm bad.
She takes my hand and looks so sad.
And seems to lore me all the more.
It somehow makes my heart feel eore.
And then I whisper low and say
I won't be bad another day.
Philadelphia. Ledger.
WILL EXCHANGE FOR AUTO
I will exchange, even, an 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
dress, Box C06, Ocala, Fla. 8-27 dw tf
For plumbing and electrical work

see H. W. Tucker. Phone SWi 1

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AN A1VANCE XIODEI
Featured is the Litest creation in
feather turban. It i a smart winged
affair of pure vl'ilc hotkle and may le
appropriately worn with a suit or frock
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
BEAN SEED
We have just received our new
bean seed for the fall planting; all
varieties. Ocala Seed Store. 8-11-tf
FOR A Sl'KAINED 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
everywhere.
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
5c
It's
Refreshing.
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CALIFORNIA
25-DAV TOUR
September 7thOctober 1st
175
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,
Chattarvcoga, Atlanta.
This tour includes transporta transportation
tion transportation Standard Tourist Pullman
Cars, all meaU, 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
convenience prearranged.
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
MADISON, FLORIDA

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WHAT A PROMINENT MAN
HAS TO SAY.
Orlando, FLu "My occupation la thai
01 painter and all of my trade know what

a deadly enemy we
have in lead and
turpentine. I am
nurse and know by
v r
mcory ana expen-
race me vaaue 01
Dr. Pierce's Goldea
Medical Discovery.
It haa been the
means of curies me
-;I of lead colio and
gastritis. The ua-
my kidneys hod been in was entirely
amenutu, too, Dy Uic medicine. My
stomach was in such a state that I could
not XTst at nipht, and I had to adopt a
very limited diet. Now I can eat any anything,
thing, anything, with comfort. I can also state
that the I)ivrtvrrv n-a vV.n T w,oAi r
I J I f.o A U-UV
I eive me tone and vigor, as my impaired
aitT-iiuu naa deprived me ol sustenance.
I enjoy the best .of health now." Ms.
Dexter Robehts, S13 Lemon St- Or Orlando,
lando, Orlando, Fla.
Dr. Pierce'a On!.! MatTi
I helps the stomach digest the food and
, manufacture nourishing blood. It haa a
umic eneci ana eoon enables the stomach
and heart to perform their functions in a
natural, healthy manner, without any
outside aid.
Contains neither alcohol nor narcotics.
Its ingredients are made public and
printed on wrapper. It's a pure altera alterative
tive alterative extract made with glycerine from
native roots and herbs.
Dr. Pierce's Pellets regulate and in invigorate
vigorate invigorate etomach, liver and bowels.
Write Dr; Pierce, Invalids Hotel,
Buffalo, N. Y., and receive free confiden confidential
tial confidential medical advice, or send for the Com Common
mon Common Sense Modi cal A d visrr. Three dimes
only for a cloth bound book of 1008 pages.
Illustrated with colored prints, etc
A Crabby Story
At a recent church social a
young man, sitting out with a
nice girl, could find nothing to
say, so he makes the following
remarks:
(He) "Do you like crabs?"
(She) "Yes."
(He) "Does your papa like
crabs?"
(She) "Yes."
(He) "Does your mama like
crabs."
(She) "I think so."
(He) ? Your brother, does
he like crabs."
(She) "I have no brother,
sir."
(He) "Well, if you had s"
brother, do. you suppose he
would like crabs?"
He must have been buying
crabs
Fritz Aclcer's
Fresh Sea Food Place atllogan'i
PHONE NO. 9
STUDIO WILL REOPEN
Miss Ethel Haycraft, graduate of
Brenau Conservatory and pupil of
Otto Pfcfferkorn, will reopen her
studio September 1st. Phone 131. 18t
E. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
Licensed Embalmers
WILBUR W.. C. SMITH
Licensed Embalmer
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
I GENERAL REPAIR
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FUKNITNRE and
GENERAL REPAIRS
PROMPT SERVICE
REASONABLE CHARGES
ROBERT EBNER
. Care Square Deal Garage
YONGETS BLOCK, OCALA.
Go North by Sea
MERCHAHTS & MINERS TRAHS.CO
Steamship Lines
Jacksonville
TO
Boston
New York
Baltimore
Washington
Philadelphia
New Steamers. Low Fares. Best
service. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points.
Automobiles carried.
For reservations, tickets, etc
Audreys
IL a AVERY, AGENT
Jacksonville. Fla.
L. ALEXANDER'
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILD EH
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the city.



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OCALA EVENING STAR TUESDAY, AUGUST 31. 1913
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I A special meeting of the city coun coun-y
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X I consider the nlacinc of advertising

,:WWa M-XXXm j and otherwi-e arraneinff for the con-

j tract work for the new electric light
The Star office had a pleasant call j and water plant- A date will be fixed

this afternoon from Messrs. L. C. for receiving bids for this contract.

Hester and Shelton Phillips of Wil- j and the advertising will no doubt be
llston and W. O. Brewer of Romeo, prepared for immediate publication

They gave us some information on as required by the ordinance.

political matters and the same shall i

Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Masons meet Thursday evening.

Mr. Kelley of Martel was in
city today.

the

Mr. Claude Hickle left this
noon for Savannah.

after-

Ocala'3 second team will play the
Citra team Friday.

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Our sheet music stock Is up-to-date.
Daily demonstrations.
8 2-tf Lattner's Hano Store.

Mr. Casev Jones is a well known

ex-Ocalan-inthe city today combin
ing business and pleasure.

Mr. Richard W. Ervine of Fellow Fellowship
ship Fellowship is a business visitor in the city

today.

Mr. Butler, editor and proprietor
of the Citrus County Chronicle, was

in town today.

OUR prescription department is at

YOUR service at all times. Accuracy
is the watchword which insures you

careful comnoundiner. The Court

Pharmacy. tf

Mr. II. M. Hampton has gone to
Asheville, N. C, to spend a week

with Mrs. Hampton and the children.

appear tomorrow.

Mr. L. C. Hester, president of the

Williston Manufacturing Company,
one of the largest business enter

prises in that part of the state, was

in town today and made the Star an

appreciated call.

Miss Katie Mae Eagleton will en entertain
tertain entertain a number of her young friends
at rook this evening, in honor of
Master James Hudson, son of Sen Senator
ator Senator Hudson of Dade, who with his
family are visiting friends in Ocala.

Quite a number of pictures of Leo
Frank's body, swung to the tree near
Marianna, where the lynchers left it,
are in circulation around town.

Prof. S. Phillips, of Williston, rural

schools inspector for the state, was
in town today and made the Star an

appreciated call. Prof. Phillip3 ha3
just returned from Fort Pierce, where

he attended the county teachers in

stitute, attended by all teachers of

th county excepting three and which

was one of the finest institutes he
says he ever attended. The new high

school building there which cost $80,-

000 is one of the best and handsom

est in Florida and is certainly a
credit to the state. Mr. Phillips leaves
tomorrow to attend the dedication ex exercises,
ercises, exercises, accompanied by Prof. W. N.

Sheats, of a large country school in

Madison county, from whence he will

go to Titusville by invitation of the

board to particiapte in a bond elec election
tion election for a new school building.

The A. C. L. passenger platform is
again being repaired. There is a
great amount of walking done on that
platform and it has to be half-soled
every year or so.

Dr. Cary P. Rogers, o'f Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, has returned to his home after
a professional visit to a prominent
patient in this city.

The Ashley Sheet Metal Works is
now located at 303 S. Main street,
opposite the old city market, where
patrons will receive the same prompt
attention as in the past. 25-6t

Local Forecast
Partly cloudy tonight and Wednes Wednesday;
day; Wednesday; cooler tonight.
SEE 1HE FARM on ttie Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
f resb veget jles, milk and 'eggs, tf

Mr. James II. Badger is a popular
representative from Oldtown trans transacting
acting transacting business in our city today.

The A. C. L. yard crew has back its
ancient but active switch engine, No.

1632, which has been repainted and

otherwise smartened up, and is

switching as lively as ever.

In regard to our Belleview corres

Dondent's remarks about him last

week, Bruce Meffert says he has been

a professor of muleology for years

and has been offered the degree of

J. A. X. by an agricultural college.

Marshal S. C. M. Thomas and R. L.
Dean of Dunnellon were in the city
this morning, attending the trial of
G rover Cribbs.

Mr. M. H. Harrison one of Osceola
county's leading citizens, is in the
city on business today. He was the
guest of Dr. S. H. Blitch during his
stay.

Mr. R. M. Perry, the efficient sec section
tion section foreman of the A. C. L., hasn't
been very well for some days, and is
resting at his pretty home on North

Magnolia.

Conducton A. V. Hamill of the

Ocala-Wilcox train, after several

weeks off, regaining his health and
attending to business affairs, is back

on his run.

The board. of public instruction is
holding its regular monthly meeting
today and tomorrow instead of the

first Monday in the month on account
of the teachers' examination which

will be held next week.

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THIS IS THE NEW 1916 MODEL

The Temple had a slender crowd

last night, which was. a pity, as the
big feature, "Cabiria," is a superb

subject and was most splendidly il

lustrated. It was more faithful to
history that such subjects generally

are, and both the scenery and acting

were of a high order. Tonight the

Temple will have the nineteenth epi

sode of Elaine, a Kalem drama and a

Vitafraph comic.

Mr. Bradford C Webb, proprietor

of the Standard Lime Co. at Ken Ken-drick,
drick, Ken-drick, was instructed in the second

rank of the Ocala Lodge Knights of

Pythias at last evening's meeting.

A full line of locse leai ledgers,

note Locks and memorandums al
ways on hand at Gerig's. tf

Mr. Ed Dreyfous returned home

Monday afternoon from Charlotte, N.

C, where he attended the funeral

services of Mr. John McCorkle. Ac

companied by the members of his

family, Mr. Dreyfous and other
friends, the remains of Mr. McCorkle

were taken from Atlanta to Charlotte
and twelve miles out in the country,
where they were laid to rest in the
family burying ground. A. great

many old friends were present to pay

the last respects to "Mr. Mac," who
in his former home, as in Ocala, had

the good will and respect of all who

knew him.

An Occasion When Blitz, the Ventrilo Ventriloquist,
quist, Ventriloquist, Found His Master.
Many years aso a MLsl.sI; rl steam steamer
er steamer on Its way to New Orleans was
crowded with j'.is.cnTs,amon2 whom
a score of professions were rvpresviit rvpresviit-eL
eL rvpresviit-eL It rained for days, the weather be be-lns
lns be-lns of the most dismal nature. A par party
ty party of young men prowlng tired of the
monotony sought out new wass of
amusement- Finding iignor Blitz reg registered
istered registered as one of the passengers, thej
bunted u; the daplr little gentleman
and bogged Lim to help them out.
Illitz wag always ready for anything
la the nature of fun and volunteered
to give thein all the afcl he could, lie
started with them to find a subject or
victim. Entering the cabin they saw a
clerical looking gentleman sitting ou
a sofa reading a l-jok. Blitz winked
to his friends that he was the fellow
he wanted and straightway legan a

display of his ventriioquial skllL A cat
under the sofa emitted a terrified

screech, but the clergyman continued
reading unmoveL He merely glanced
over the top of his book and showed no
further Interest In the party. Then a
cur snapped at his feet, but he did not

seem to hear him.

About this time Blitz found. himself

annoyed by a tee that continually buzz

ed at his ear. Fie slapped at It sev

eral times, but never hit it. Blitz was
on his mettle and worked harder than
ever before, but without any seeming

effect on bis subject, who remained

absorbed In his book. Meanwhile the

buzzing of the bee became exasperat exasperating.
ing. exasperating. Blitz slapped In vain, until the
nuisance -became unbearable. Sudden Suddenly
ly Suddenly the truth flashed uion him. Abrupt

ly ceasing his attempts he faced his

mystified friends.

"Gentlemen," said he. 'it's no use.

There's some one in this room who is

a better ventriloquist than I."

And then the clerical looking pas

senger laid aside his book, rose to his

feet and smilingly offered his hand.

"How do you do, slgnor? I am Pro

fessor Wyman."

The Joke is on me," admitted Blitz.

I know you by reputation as one of

the finest ventriloquists living, but I

never had the pleasure of meeting you

before. Let's you and me Join forces

on this trip."

And didn't those two peerless magi

clans turn that boat upside down! The

waiter who attempted to spilt a water

melon dropped It In terror when "ho

heard an awful groan from within.

with a prayer that he mb?ht be spared;

the fat old gentleman at the table

Jumped up with an imprecation and

kicked at the Invisible dog that was

nipping his legs; J' timid maiden

fainted at the squeaking of a mouse on

her chair; waiters fell over one anoth

er and came to blows in their frantic
attempts to obey no end of contradic contradictory
tory contradictory orders, and even the grim old cap

tain began to believe he "had ein

again." For the rest of the trip down

the river that steamer was a pande

monium of fun, consternation, bewil

derment and high Jinks. New York

Sun.

Mr. Ray Hunt went out with hi3

dogs last night and after a four-hour

cnase capturea a vigorous young

wildcat in the vicinity of Camp's!

dairy. The cat was a youngster of
some six or eight pounds with a fierce

set of claws. He gave the dogs a
lively fight as well as a good run. Mr.
Hunt captured another cat, an old
female and probably the young" one's

mother in the same territory last

week.

Weakness.
When we read we fancy we could be

martyrs; when we come to act we can

not bear a provoking word. Ilannah

More.

Desdemona's Resurrected Feet.
Ellen Terry told a comical story of

one of her early experiences. She was
playing the part of Desdemona, and
after being duly smothered In her bed

by Othello and he had drawn the cur curtains
tains curtains she felt a great sense of oppres oppression
sion oppression and thought she would sit up on

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ITS PRICE IS

In Jacksonville
In OCALA - -The
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The MAXWELL will give you MORE Tire, Gasolene and Oil Miles
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Ocala - Florida

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FAMILY AVOIDS

SERIOUS SICKNESS

By Being Constantly Supplied With

Thedford's Black-Draught

McDuff, Va. I suffered for several

years," says Mrs. J. B. Whittaker, ol
this place, "with sick headache, and

stomach trouble.

Ten years ago a friend told me to t
Thedford's Black-Draucht. which 1 di

and 1 found it to be the best family medi-

cine for young and old.

I keep Black-Draught on hand all the

time now, and when my children feel a
little bad, they ask me for a dose, and it
does them more good than any medicine

tney ever trrea.
We never Trave a long spell of sick

ness in our family, since we commenced

using Black-Draught."

Thedford's Black-Draught is purely
vegetable, and has been Found to regu regulate
late regulate weak stomachs, aid digestion, re relieve
lieve relieve indigestion, colic, wind, nausea,
headache, sick stomach, and similar

symptoms.

It has been in constant use for more
than 70 years, and has benefited more

than a million people.

Your druggist sells and recommends
Black-Draught. Price only 25c. Get a

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PHONE 437

JUST LOOK AT THESE PRICES
FOR
TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, ano THURSDAY
WHITE BACON, per lb. ...12c

SUGAR, 16 pounds, for....;. $1.00 U

FLAVO COFFEE, a fine seller, lb, 15c
OCTAGON SOAP, 6 bars, 25c
EXPORT SOAP, 7 bars,...:..25c
SPANISH OLIVES, per bottle... .8c
ALAGA SYRUP, per can..... 8c

PI AVMATF Fl nil!? i? Pound bags-4-8c

-I .ni Jiinik I uuuil 24 pouni

pound bnfis.-95c

FLASHLIGHT ifiLg FLOUR Jkba4fS$
FINE. IRISH POTATOES, per pk. 25c
FINE LARGE LEMONS, per doz. 15c
SUPREME CREAMERY BUTTER, lb 35c

-WE TREAT YOUR LAUNDRY WHITE"
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 givingv absolute satisfac satisfaction.
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PHONE 21
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Phone 21, Ocala, Fia.

TTP SHE SAT.

the edge of the bed until the curtain
droiied at the end of the act. To think
was to do, ho up she sat without know-

Ins that the curtains around her bed

did not reach the floor by nine or ten
Incbef, ami the audience was vastly

n in until at th siectacle of the feet of

the dead Desdemona merrily swinging

below the curtain of the bed on which

she was iniioiied to be lying dead.

Backage to-day.

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A Brilliant Judg.

Sternly l'.nk' r was at one time mayor

of l-'iiIkeMo!... iliizland. Once a boy

was lu ..utit U-fore him for stealing
.'i-o.: ; i :.!!! Steady, aware of the

i. .!.? n f i!-e r:ie, turned over

ih; j r:;i t the aljhaletlcally arrang-

el i:iiiij -j .is$;-'" for a precedent.

I'ailiii' t. : I if. he turned to the
l II. My 1id.aid he. "It's lucky

f.r you thai joti were not brought here
I r .i ?if-e Instead of for

rt. ;v t ; r. s-. There U a stat

ute aaluvf t alius jreese. but I can't
Gt'1 nnythlnr n!out gooseberries In all
I-vrn. S4i !-t the prisoner be discharg

ed, for I suirose It la no ofTense.

DESPONDENCY DUE

TO INDIGESTION

CHARLIE ROD OFF
Ocala's Original Sea Food Man
FRESH CRABS EVERY DAY
FRESH SHRIMP EVERY DAY
PHONE 456 OCALA, FLA.

"About three months ago when I
was suffering from indigestion which
caused headache and dizzy spells and
made me feel tired and despondent, I

began taking Chamberlain's Tablets,'

writes Mrs. Geo. Hon, Macedon, N. Y.
"This medicine proved to be the very
thing I needed, as one day's treat treatment
ment treatment relieved me greatly. I used two
bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets and
they rid me cf this trouble." Obtain Obtainable
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Fernandlna
Pablo Beach
Atlantic Geaeh

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SATURDAY jlftTfo
SEPTEMBER UJlli

Oxford ..
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Ocala .
Anthony .

R AT E S
.... 2.00 Sparr .. ..
.... 2.00 Citra
.... 2.00 Hawthorne,
.... 1.50 Campville ..
.... 1.50 Island Grove

.$1.50
, 1.50
. 1.50

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Tickets on sale for regular trains September 4th and early
morning train of September 5th. Tickets are good returning
on regular trains to and including train No. 33, leaving Fernan Fernan-dina,
dina, Fernan-dina, September 7th, 1915.
SEE YOUR TICKET AGENT
JOHN BOISSEAU, a T. A G. Z. PHILLIPS, A. G. P. A.,'
Ocala, Florida. Jacksonville, Fla.

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WANTED, LOST. FOUND. FOR
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ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

FOR RENT VI1 located and nicely
furnished room: in residence next to
the Colonial; also for light house housekeeping.
keeping. housekeeping. Inquire at the Colonial. 7tf
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. B. Perry,
Oxford, Fla. 8-lG-2Gt.

FOR RENT A splendid Home prop property,
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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
M. Sanders, Ocala, Fla. 14-tf.
URNISnED RESIDENCE FOR
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ery every modern convenience and fully

furnished in every particular. -Pleasant
surroundings and close to public
square. Would not rent for less than
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LOST Gold ring, signet of onyx
Greek warrior intaglio. Reward at
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WANTED Ten teams to haul ties;
standard prices paid. Apply to G. G.
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found it gave me more relief than anything-
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same purpose." Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. :
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Have you tried those de!Iclou3 Max Max-ixe
ixe Max-ixe cherries? 50 cents per pound, at
Gerig's. tf.