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OGALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JULY 4, 1916
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VOL- 22, NO. 161
1 ; 1 -U. JJl Vl lXXi JL IX JJ f i-V rf JL. XL A 1 Ji fi 11 jL HHvy I SERVICE
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Allies Have Broken the First
STUBBORN RESISTANCE MADE
London, July 4. The Germans last
night recaptured a small part of La La-boiselle,
boiselle, La-boiselle, which the British took in the
new offensive north of Somme, says
saye the British official statement.
Further south the British made pro progress.
Tfce consolidation of ground gained
occupied the attention of the French
last ; night, according to Paris.' The
German's didn't attempt to interfere
with this work. ;
Three more German batteries have
been taken. The statement says the
French artillery is proving deadly.
Forty corpses were found in one
wrecked dugout. The "German losses
are declared enormous around Hebe Hebe-court.
court. Hebe-court. "
Fight'.ng continues on the Verdun
front. Six German attacks on Thiau Thiau-'
' Thiau-' mont works were repulsed, Says the
FOCH'S MEN MOVED FORWARD
y General Foch's French troops, co co-jf
jf co-jf operating with the British in the
f Somme river region offensive, made
' notable gains yesterday in the direc-
tion of PerOnne, their objective. They
successively captured Herbecourt,
' Feuilleres and, farther south, Asse Asse-villers.
villers. Asse-villers. They also followed this suc success
cess success by capturing the Germans' sec second
ond second line trenches to the outskirts of
the town of Estrees. These gains
total nearly three miles, making a
clear advance of six miles for. the
French, bringing them to within three
miles of Peronne.
The Germans claim to have forced
the Russians back more than five and
a half miles over a twelve and a half half-mile
mile half-mile front southeast of Tlumach,
Galicia. A repulse of the entente at-
tacks along the Somme is also an announced.
nounced. announced. Petrograd announces that the Rus Russians
sians Russians broke through two German de defense
fense defense lines in the Baranovichi region,
taking twenty-seven hundred prison prisoners.
ers. prisoners. PETROGRAD REPORTS MANY
Petrograd reports the capture of
many prisoners on the Eastern front
and claims to have repulsed a power powerful
ful powerful Austrian offensive south of Lin'e Lin'e-ewka
ewka Lin'e-ewka and west of Lutsk.
IMMENSE NUMBER OF AERO AERO-'
' AERO-' PLANES
One hundred aeroplanes have been
brought into action in the Anglo Anglo-French
French Anglo-French drive and the British admit
the loss of fifteen machines.
The Italian offensive against the
Austrians continues with both infan infantry
try infantry and artillery attacks.
GERMANS SHY OF AMMUNITION
The second and third line of the
general defensive works of the Ger Germans
mans Germans on the west front are equally
important and similarly intricate. All
three lines must be pierced by the Al Allies
lies Allies before their desire to force the
Germans toa battle in the open can
Ik; realized. In the battle of Arras
and the Champagne, the French at attacked
tacked attacked the second line without suffiT
cient artillery preparation. The error
was not repeated in the present case.
The accumulation of munitions be behind
hind behind the allied front is prodiguous
while, the German stock is apparently
Jess plentiful, as their, reply is in the
proportion of one shot for five. This
leads to the impression among ob observers
servers observers that their extended battle
front is not, as well equipped or
manned as in previous battles.
ENGINEER WITH US AGAIN
.r. David Ilenney of Twombley. &
nney, is back in the city, for the
j -jxse of supervising the construc construc-it
it construc-it the new light and water plant.
LINES "-"OP-- TRENCHES - ufpbeparqiiiess. iiTR-iFfiFIlfFii!
ing at the Others
BY THE- GERMANS, BUT THEIR
Providing for the Thousands of Bel Belgians
gians Belgians Who Have Sought Refuge
in the Netherlands
The Hague, Netherlands, June 26
(Correspondence of the Associated
Press). From a million after the fall
of Antwerp, the number of Belgian
refugees in Holland has declined to
about 65,000 today,' according to of official
ficial official information given to the Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press. The rest of the terror terror-stricken
stricken terror-stricken throngs which poured over
the Dutch frontier have returned to
their homes in Belgium, or gone to
England or France and, to some ex extent,
tent, extent, to America.
Numerous Belgians are still arriv arriving
ing arriving from Over the Jborder driven out
by the hard conditions of existence
there, but this accession in apparently
counter-balanced by the outflow from
Holland in various directions. Of the
66,000 still enjoying Dutch hospitality,
15,000 are now accommodated in the
four refugee camps at Ede, Nunspeet,
Gouda ana" Uden, while the remainder
are scattered among private families,
Apart from several million dollars
provided by voluntary donations, the
country's hospitality had up to the
end of last year cost the Dutch gov government
ernment government some $5,000,000, while a sum
of $2,000,000 has been voted for the
current fear that will, unless peace
arrives meantime, have to be raised
to probably $3,000,000. The Belgian
government's offer of reinforcement
was generously declined.
SAM E OLD STORY
Americans Sending Cora Into Mexico
to Feed Their Starving
Brownsville, Texas, July 4. Acting
on an urgent appeal from officials of
Matamoros, American Consul Jesse H.
Johnson and Mayor Albert Browne of
Brownsville, will request General
Parker, commanding the Brownsville
(? istrict, to permit a quantity of corn
to be shipped to the starving people
of the Mexican town. It is guaranteed
by those making V the appeal that
none of the corn will reach the mili military
tary military forces in Mexico.
General Ricuat, commanding the
Mexican forces at Matamoros is said
co have agreed that the civil popula population,
tion, population, alone will benefit from the ship shipments.
MOTOR TRUCKS FOR MEXICO
Hundreds of Young Men from Gotham
Must Go to the Border to
Handle the Machines
New York, July 4. In the past
week more than 1,500 motor trucks
have been ordered by the war depart department.
ment. department. The trucks were obtained by
open purchase, bids for their delivery
having been advertised in the daily
papers and sealed proposals for de delivery
livery delivery invited. The advertisements
made clear to the bidders that time
of delivery was of first importance,
price being a secondary consideration.
The companies furnishing the
trucks also will supply chauffers and
mechanics, which means that 2,000 or
more civilians will be enrolled for this
The pride of our store is our
PRESCRIPTION service. None but
purest drugs used and no substitution
permitted. The Court Pharmacy, tf
and are Batter-
SUPPLIES OF AMMUNITION SEEM
Powerful Offensive of the Allies on
the Western Front has Caused
Zurich; J uly 4. Something like a
panic has been produced in Berlin by
the undoubted success of the entente
allies in the recent fighting in France.
Tlie newspapers call on the people to
be calm, but they are printing vigor vigorous
ous vigorous protests against the British meth
ods of warfare. The papers declare
that gas bombs used by the allies are
far more deadly than those used, by
MABEL BUTTED III
Wanted to Know Why President Wil-
' son Was Blocking the Woman
Washington, July 4. While Pres
ident Wilson was delivering the dedi
catory address at the new temple of
the American Federation of Labor,
Miss Mabel Vernon, a member of the
woman's suffrage party, demanded
loudly why the president was block blocking
ing blocking the suffrage movement. She was
quieted by the police.
There were ten thousand people
present at the ceremonies. The pres
ident advocated a calm discussion to
tettle the differences between men
and nations. He hoped to see the
time when labor and capital will un
derstand each other.
COMMENDABLE ACTION OF
A Thousand Dollar Appropriation to
Help the Marion County Fair
An appropriation of $1000 for the
Marion County Fair was this morn morning
ing morning made by the county commission commissioners.
ers. commissioners. : The conditions of the appropri appropriation
ation appropriation are that the entire sum will be
used for agricultural purposes, the
board of commissioners to have a di directorship
rectorship directorship in the fair association,
and the fair association to add not
less than $500 for agricultural pre premiums.
miums. premiums. ,. ..." '.
Salaries of R. W. Blacklock, county-demonstration
agent, and Mrs. J.
R. Moorehead, girl's canning club
agent, were raised for the 12 months
beginning October 1. Mr. Blacklock's
salary from the county was fixed at
$75 instead of $62.50, and Mrs.
Moorehead's salary at $25 instead of
$15 as at present.
CO. A MUSTERED IN
Three additional companies, A A-Ocala;
Ocala; A-Ocala; 1-Key West and M-Miami, and
the detachment hospital, corps, St. Pe Petersburg,
tersburg, Petersburg, of the Second infantry N. G.
F., now mobilized at state camp await awaiting
ing awaiting -orders to proceed to the Mexican
border, were yesterday mustered into
the' service of the United States by
Capt. George M. Holley, inspector inspector-instructor
instructor inspector-instructor for Florida, who is serving
as mustering officer.
Companies D, Lakeland; F, Wau Wau-chula;
chula; Wau-chula; H, Tampa, and L, West Palm
Beach were mustered Sunday, conse consequently
quently consequently only six units remain to be
mustered. These are, Companies B,
Kissimmee; C, Orlando; E, Plant
City; G, Tampa; K, Arcadia, and the.
GERMANS GIVEN A
Washington, July 4. Preparedness
parades and. other patriotic demon demonstrations
strations demonstrations featured celebrations of In Independence
dependence Independence Day throughout the na nation.
tion. nation. The dedication of the new home
of the American Federation of Labor
featured the celebration! here. There
were thousands of union men in the
Preparedness parades took place in
Atlanta and Macon, Ga. Governor
Harris planned to march in both. The
Atlanta parade started at 9:30 this
morning. Gov. Harris planned to leave
immediately for Macon to march with
almost five thousand state troops.
There were fifty-seven Georgia
mayors in the Atlanta parade.
Alabama is celebrating the day
with thousands of visitors in all parts
of the state. At Montgomery four
thousand state troops marched in re
Athletic games, pageants and pa
triotic1 demonstrations were held in
New York, Philadelphia,, and other
Congress by that Time Thinks It will
Have Stocked Up Sufficient
Washington, July 4. After a con
ference with President Wilson today,
Senator. Kern stated that Congress
probably will adjourn Aug. 20. The
most serious obstacle in the way of an
early adjournment is the administra
tion's $50,000,000 shipping bill, which
is still before the 'Senate committee.
It is believed, however, that the meas measure
ure measure can be passed by the time decided
on for adjournment.
CARED FOR BY
Corporal Cooke of the Tenth Cavalry
Restored to His Comrades
El Paso, July 4. Corporal Frank
Cooke, survivor of Carrizal, who was
brought to Juarez as a prisoner, was
turned over to the American authori
ties yesterday afternoon.
Cooke was captured near Villa Ahu-
made after more than a week's wan
dering through the desert. Cooke's
story of being fed and cared for by
friendly Mexicans aroused hope that
others of the fourteen missing mem members
bers members cf the Tenth cavalry command
engaged at Carrizal may yet be alive.
It was pointed out that there are
numbers of isolated Mexican hacien haciendas
das haciendas .in the district at which a wound
ed soldier might stay indefinitely
without word of his whereabouts
reaching the outside world.
MAKE PLEASURE RESORT
OUT. OF MILLWOOD
Reddick May Become a Rallying Point
for Winter Residents
It is reported that Milwood, the
beautiful 900-acre farm near Reddick,
which was "bought recently by a Bos Boston
ton Boston man, will be developed into a
pleasure resort for winter residents.
It is said.that bungalows an dhunting
lodges will be built, and that a golf
course will be laid out. The lands of
Millwood are high and rolling, and
among the most attractive in the
county. Orange Lake is but a short
distance away, where there is plenty
of boating, fishing, and water fowl
shooting. A part of Milwood fronts
on the Dixie Highway.
OCALA STAR VOTING
THIS COUPON IS GOOD FOR FP7E
VOTES IN LIBRARY CONTEST CONTEST-VOTED
VOTED CONTEST-VOTED FOR
Cut out, fill Li name of church lodge, school or other organization
you wish to vote for, and deposit in ballc box at THE COURT
The official judges of the contest are Messrs. George Pasteur, Her Herbert
bert Herbert Lattner and Ed. C. Bennett
OF TODAY III THE LEADiliC
SITE OF THE
Seems Now Very Likely to be Moved
to the South Side of the
A final decision with regard to
moving the union station was not
leached yesterday afternoon, but, as
the matter now stands, a removal of
the station to the Masters property on
the south side of the Seaboard Air
Line .tracks seems very probable.
The Seaboard Air Line railroad, thru
W. L. Sedden, vice-president, agreed
to put up $15,000 and to pay one-half
of the cost of moving the station; B.
A. Weathers, vice president of the H.
B. Masters company, stated that an
offer of the railroads to exchange
properties, on a basis of a $20,000
bonus would be acceptable to his
company, and J. C. Murchison divis division
ion division superintendent of. the Atlantic
Coast Line, said that his road would
contribute the $5,000, which he had
been given to understand was what
was asked, and he said, he would take
up with the proper authorities of his
road the question of bearing a half
f the expense of the moving. ."He is
to advise the city, as soon as possible,
what the decision of the Atlantic
Coast Line is.
That is how the matter stood after
the conference between the officials,
and council, stripped of all discussion
and some misunderstanding. Mr.
Murchison was without authority to
act, else the removal of the station
from its present site would probablyj
have been determined at once. He
asked numerous questions with a
view to ascertaining whether there
would be any further demands on his
road in addition to the $5,000 and half
the cost of moving. WTiatever the
Coast Line appropriated, Mr. Mur
chison said, would be simply for the
purpose of trying to please the people
of Ocala. He pointed out that the
Coast Line had nothing to gain, but
much to lose, by a union station on
the site proposed, and said that it was
to the advantage of his road to have
the station on its present site. It was
agreed that an estimate of the cost
cf moving the station would be fur
nished the Coast Line, and, with this
information obtained, Mr. Murchison
said he would place the whole propo
sition before the proper officials.
Mayor Robertson, present at the
conference, said he thought the offer
of the Seaboard a most liberal one,
and that the Coast Line could afford
to meet it as asked. In any event
the mayor said that he would be one
to contribute toward the moving, if
Mr. Sedden said that he would
have work on, the station held up until
a decision is reached.
FIELD HOSPITAL CORPS
HAS BEEN FORMED
Jacksonville, July 4--It is announc
ed here that the war department has
called on Florida for a field hospital
corps as well as for an infantry regi
ment. The hospital corps is beiner or
ganized. The men are already signed
Take Rexall liver salts for that
tired, lazy feeling. Gerig's tf
Is Now in Hands of the Mex-
IS SAID TO BE CONCILIATORY, Alio WILL BE DELIVtRED TO
r OUR GOVERNMENT TOMORROW
Washington, Jifly 4. The note to
the United States from the de facto
government of Mexico reached Am
Lassador Arredondo today. It will
probably be delivered at the state de
partment tomorrow. Persons close to
the embassy say it is conciliatory in
tone and designed to offer a basis for
an amicable settlement of differences
It is in reply to the last two notes
sent to Carranza by Secretary Lans Lansing
ing Lansing and brings the issue down to
MAY AVERT WAR
As Washington was celebrating the
Fourth, Ambassador Arredondo made
no effort to deliver the note. Instead
he directed embassy employes to give
what information he deemed it advis
able to make public. He then went
to a summer resort for the day.
Secretary Lansing was told of the
arrival of the reply by newspaper
men. He' semed eratified bv a de-
scription of the contents, but with
held formal comment. The general
ecling here was, despite withholding
current comment pending a study of
the contents of the note, that the
crisis in the Mexican situation has
assed. If unofficial versions are
borne out there undoubtedly will be a
resumption of friendly negotiations
and in the absence of further serious
Lorder raids or unwarranted attacks
upon American; troops, there will be
ttle danger of a break.
NOTE DICTATED BY CARRANZA
According to all available informa
tion the note is believed to have been
dictated by General Carranza himself.
t renews assurance of a restoration
cf order in Northern Mexico and pro
tection of American territory from
raids. Admitting that a serious sit situation
uation situation exists, it again suggests the
resence of American troops aggra
vates rather than helps matters, and
paves the way for the resumption of
discussions regarding border protec-
ion and a protocol. The Mexican
government announced it accepted the
principle of mediation at the sugges suggestion
tion suggestion of other American republics, and
atks the United States to do likewise.
The note doesn't propose mediation
for the questions at issue, however,
observing that a settlement might
better be reached by direct negotia negotiations.
tions. negotiations. MANY OFFICERS UNFIT
New York, July 4. An average of
from fou rto six officers of each regi regiment
ment regiment of the national guard in the de department
partment department of the east have "been re rejected
jected rejected because they were "physically
unfit." The department has a plan
under consideration to enlist volun volunteers
teers volunteers who have sufficient military
training to fill the vacancies.
SIXTY THOUSAND GUARDSMEN
. Aproximately thirty thousand
guardsmen of the department, of the
east are either on the Mexican border
or will be on their way there today.
Reports from twenty-two states com comprising
prising comprising the department showed sixty
thousand troops mobilized. The troops
from the department of the east will
be divided into six divisions on the
border. New York and Pennsylvania
will form divisions by themselves and
the other states will be grouped ac according
cording according to their peopraphical loca locations.
tions. locations. WAVE OF HEAT
SUBMERGED NEW YORK
New York, July 4 Twenty-six
children died of infantile paralysis
here within the past twenty-four
hours, the health commissioner an announced
nounced announced this afternoon. There are
391 new cases in Brooklyn.
Advertsie in the Str.
MARCH THRU DESENT
By the Eleventh Cavalry Searching
for Survivors of the Fight
- at Carrizal
Field Headquarters, June 27. (By
motor courier to Columbus, N. M.,
July 4. Out of the dust haze that
hung over the headquarters camp to
day returned the squadron of cavalry
sent out under Major John M. Jen Jenkins,
kins, Jenkins, to search for survivors of Carri Carrizal.
zal. Carrizal. These men of the Eleventh cav
alry talked little of their experiences
but their descriptions of their efforts
to save their horses from perishing
revealed the story of a march that has
not been equalled in the present ex
Water Full of Alkali
It was while scouring the country
near Carrizal for some trail that
would give a hint of the location of
the retreating American soldiers that
Major Jenkins made a night stop at
an abandoned windmill. All about
stretched the desert. No road and no
sign of habitation marked the sandy
"I rode my horse up to the trough
at the windmill's foot," Lieutenant
Jenkins said. "There was water there,
but such water! Why man it was so
full of alkaline dust that had blown
into it that the horse, his throat "was
raw with thirst, reared when he sniff sniffed."
ed." sniffed." That night the cavalrymen, cleaned
the trough. They repaired the Wind Windmill
mill Windmill by tying handkerchiefs about the
bushings. They pumped enough water
for the night but the command awoke
at daybreak to find the windmill be becalmed
calmed becalmed and their horses too weakened
by the days of hard riding through
the desert to risk a trip to the next
waterhole, so the windmill was turned
by hand until water was secured.
Lack of Feed Caused Return
It was lack of feed for the horses
that caused the squadron to turn back
finally abandoning the search for the
SECOND PRIMARY IS CERTAIN
The Orange county democratic com-
mittee went on record as favoring a
second primary It is impossible to
get away from the fact that, despite
some objectionable features, the sec second
ond second primary offers the only way by
which a majority of the voters can
express their preference satisfactor satisfactorily.
ily. satisfactorily. SWORN TO ON THE
SHRINE OF SARAGOSSA
Agreement by Nineteen Countries of
Mexico City, July 4. An open let letter
ter letter signed by S. Cosme Zafra and
published here yesterday, said that
nineteen Latin-American countries
had signed an agreement at Sara Sara-gossa,
gossa, Sara-gossa, Spain, in 1908 to resist aggres aggression
sion aggression from the United States. He said
they sealed the pact by swearing by
the image of the pillar of the "famous
MRS. M. A. TUCK
As the Star goes to pres3 news of
the death of Mrs. M. A. Tuck was re received.
ceived. received. Mrs. Tuck died at 3 o'clock.
Mrs. Tuck was one of Ocala's oldest
residents and news of her death will
be received with general regret.
OCALA EVENING STAR TUESDAY, JULY 4, 1916
0 GALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERT DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
REO TOURING CAR FOR SALE
BITTIXGEU A CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
It R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leaveasood, Baalaeaa Maaaffer
J. IL Beajamla, Editor
;r tered et Ocala, Fla., poatof flee as second class matter.
One year, !n advance $5.0(T One year, in advance. ......... .$8.00
tilx months, in advance 2.50 Six month. In advance 4.25
Three month.-;. In advance 1.25 Three months, In advance... ... 2-25
One month, in advance......... 50 One month, in advance.. .80
Tom Taggart i':ml.nz i raise
regiment and lead it to Mexico.
The safe and sane bunch has taken
nearly all the k'.cl. out of the fourth.
The members of the Second Geor Georgia
gia Georgia regiment took the oath without
exception. Tom Watson's mouthings
had no influence with them.
THE STAR'S PHONES
Half of Carranza's army is said to
be withiut shoes. But anyway, a fel fellow
low fellow can run faster without shoes.
. We would hats to see you have to
try it in a Florida sandspur patch.
The editor's phone is
"51 TWO RINGS"
while the business office re remains
mains remains the same. Our friends
will save themselves possible
annoyance and delay by keep keeping
ing keeping this in mind when calling
up the Star office in future.
Preacher Li ot. Petersburg says
the drive of a golf ball on Sunday is
a drive at good government. Driving
a tired horse several miles over an in inferior
ferior inferior road to bring a family to his
church would seem all right to him.
The indications are that the pres present
ent present term of Congress will appropriate
a billion and a half of dollars, half
of which will be for the purposes of
national defense. Unless this money
is more wisely expended than pre pre-w
w pre-w vious appropriations, three-quarters
cf it will be wasted.
contributed to its success, has resign resigned
ed resigned to take a similar position on the
Tribune. "Bob" is an ex-Marion
county boy, and will be a big asset to
the Tribune in this territory, where
that extra -lively morning journal is
steadily gaining in circulation. Mr,
J. E. Worthington, who has been city
editor of the Times, takes Mr. Bent Bent-ley's
ley's Bent-ley's place as managing editor of that
paper. Both Tampa papers are high
class journals and South Florida has
reason to be proud of them.
On the fourth of July, a few years
ago, the people of America looked up
to their flag as something that pro protected
tected protected them. On this fourth they
look at it as something that badly
needs their protection, and a great
many of them don't seem to care a
dern whether it is protected or not.
A newspaper, be it ever so humble,
is some use in the world, but one of
those little campaign sheets, born of
mercenary motives and fed on pre prejudice,
judice, prejudice, is about in the same class as a
tick on a Florida cow. There is one
such sheet in Jacksonville and an another
other another in Tampa, and it is needless to
name them to anyone who has seen
All his friends will be glad to learn
that Gen. J. Clifford R. Foster will be
restrained by law from going to the
front. The Mexicans just couldn't
miss that-man. Gen. Foster has been
a worker- for the Florida state
troops, and they would have been
much worse provided for if it hadn't
been for his diligence and foresight.
If the site of the union station is
removed to the southern side of the
Seaboard, and it now looks like it will
be, Messrs. Nash, Meffert and other
"obstructionists" on the city council,
to whose efforts the removal will be
principally due, and who were crit
icised and ridiculed for making the at
tempt, will have a chance to laugh at
their critics. Never tell what you
can do till you try.
The Providence (R. I.) Journal has
tome out with the statement that the
government in Washington is in pos
session of facts which go to show that
the lieutenant in command of the
submarine that torpedoed the Sussex
has never been" punished by, the Ger Germans,
mans, Germans, and never will be. The lieuten lieutenant,
ant, lieutenant, the Journal says, is not even in
Germany, but is in prison in Edin Edin-boroush,
boroush, Edin-boroush, Scotland.
V BIG TOURING CAR FOR SALE
has been displaying in the windows of
the Bookshop. It is a group of mem
bers of the Ocala Rifles taken in 1889,1 A five passenger Reo car, electric
J just before the company went to New starter and lights fully equipped and
York, to attend the Washington in-in fine condition throughout. Cash
auguration centennial. Thirty-three or easy terms. Apply to R. R. Car-
members of the company went, and roll, Star Office
attracted much favorable attention by
their fine appearance. With their
epaulets and gold lace, each member,
even tho he was only a private, looked I have a large, five-passenger, 40-
hke a major general. The company, horsepower touring car: just been
during the great parade, was halted thoroughly overhauled, tires, top, up-
for awhile at the corner of Wall and bolstering and all working parts in
Nassau streets, and while there re- f,rst class condition. A bargain; cash
ceived an informal visit and high ,,r time. R. R. Carroll. Ocala. Fla.
compliment from Tj. S. Senator For-
i f r xi a a!
aKer oi vmo. un ine trip, me cum- vt-u,. 1
pany stopped at Savannah, and re- a colar go ow it shows a yard
ceivea a most nearry welcome; tne i,rf tt rQlm -r
By WILLARD BLAKEMAN
When I first set up my shingle as a
physician I was told by the older prac
titioners to look out for traps set for
me by law breakers, for it is the inex inexperienced
perienced inexperienced doctor who is called upon to
aid them, they knowing very well that
an old bird is not to be caught with
I had not been practicing long before
only dangerous incident of the jour
ney, however, happening in that city,
where the Rifles barely survived a
broadside of the famous artillery
punch, which since first invented has
laid many a hero low. Thqse shown
in the picture were Messrs. Geo. A.
Nash, then captain of the company,
Chalmers Raysor, D. S. Woodrow,
Sam Birdsey, George MacKay and W.
suit so thin you can see his tough old
carcass "through it he has mighty lit little
tle little room to slur at the women for
wearing knee dresses. Exchange.
FOURTH IN FLORIDA
A book of Mutt and Jeff beneath the
A forty-pounder melon, a victrola and
To put in records, by waters of
O, Lake Weir's shores were paradise
Judge WmvE. Gober, republican
candidate for Congress in this district,
opens the campaign with a speech at
Worthington Springs today. The Star
will guarantee that the judge will
madea good speech. While the as asbestos
bestos asbestos cat which the judge is suppos
ed to be chasing, has inflicted many
scratches on itself in the primary, its
legs, so far as the congressional cam campaign
paign campaign are concerned, are yet unim unimpaired,
paired, unimpaired, and we do not' see that the
tallow dog which the judge is using
for a steed has any better chance-of
catching the incombustible feline than
it had six months ago.
Ancient days of military greatness
in Marion county are : recalled by a
photograph which Mr. W. W. Condon
. The "patriots" who have been rant ranting
ing ranting up and down the state of Florida,
shooting off their mouths, show no
taste for the kind of shooting that
may take place in Mexico, and they
are conspicuous by their absence
from the ranks of those enlisting.
Meantime, the people they have been
busing as unpatriotic have a big
representation ready for the firing
line. 'Twas ever thus. Lakeland
And always will be.
You must have noticed that the
first thing saidTabout the car, in
ordinary conversation is almost
a direct reference to its quality.
The Star is informed that the
monotony of the good old summertime
will be broken in Ocala by one of the
longest, widest and most original
home-made minstrel shows that ever
came jdown the pike. Said show will
be given at the Temple, under the
auspices of the Commercial Club,
which will live up to its nickname of
the "Comical Club" on that occasion.
A professional now making his home
among us will figure largely in the
direction of the entertainment and
will be efficiently aided by our well well-proved
proved well-proved local talent.
Judging by the reports amanating
from other counties regarding the
voting and counting in the late la lamented
mented lamented primary election, Marion is
just about the cleanest and most
careful county-in the state. There is
absolutely, no suspicion of fraud, and
there was very little bungling. The
supervisor of registration prepared
the books with flawless accuracy, the
commissioners picked good men for
inspectors and clerks, and the result
was that Marion's vote was summed
up quicked than that of any other
Tho fact is that the average own owner
er owner is not merely satisfied, but
almost extravagantly : enthusiastic.
The Gasoline Consumption is
The tire mileage is unusually high
The motor is 30-35 horse power
The price of the Roadster or
Touring car complete is $785
(f. o. b. Detroit)
Robert Bentley, who has been with
the Tampa Times for ; the last ten
years, and whose, work as managing
editor of that big paper has greatly
OCALA AUTO CO.
MOTOR I AP.
Hetty Green was the world's most
remarkable mistress of finance. The
fortune she left is close to $100,000,-
000. The richest woman in America, j
she lived almost as frugally as a shop
girl. Her home was wherever she
chose for a time to hang her little
black cape and bonnet, often in the I
hall bedroom of some cheap boarding
house, or in some remote and modest very low point and my nerves were quite
flat around New York. deranged. My nervous state made me
i m i j i i w r-ftwu nil vii'iit, uitv i m m i i i w
Her eccentric extremes of economy The 'Favorite Prescription' and 'Golden
WOMAN SPEAKS VOLUMES.
Arcadia, Fla. "I am thoroughly satis satisfied
fied satisfied that Dr. Pierce's Goldt-n Medical Dis
of Smart-Weed are
the best of medi
cines, and when
needed in my fam family
ily family I do not be begrudge
grudge begrudge the price I
pay for them.
"The cares of
my household and
looking after my
my health to a
I was asked one day to call at a cer certain
tain certain address. I found a stately man mansion
sion mansion standing by itself. I was admit admitted
ted admitted by an elderly gentleman, whose
dress and appearance was in kteping
with the premises. He led me Into a
reception room and said to me:
"Doctor, you have come some dis distance
tance distance and at the call of one unknown
to you. Under the circumstances I
do not think it fair to you to ask you
to treat a patient without handing you
your fee in advance, and that fee
should be liberal."
Stepping to a little mahogany desk,
he wrote a check and handed it to me
It was for $.0.
Dy this time it began to dawn upon
me that I had struck one of those
cases against which I had been warn warned.
ed. warned. But I took the check and put it in
my pocket. It might get me into trou trouble,
ble, trouble, but it might be valuable as evi evidence.
dence. evidence. The gentleman led me upstairs
to a room where a man was holding a
young woman down on a lounge. She
was struirsrliiiir to free herself from
him and was hysterical.
As soon as she saw me she became
led to a popular misconception of her Medical Discovery were what corrected I more so than ever. My conductor took
... ... . I 1 1 1 I 1 1 t
p.s n "KPlf-marlp wnman As a matter my reduced heal til.
v u t-.io "Dr. Pierce's 'Smart-Weed' is what cured
she inherited some $10,000,000 which form. No other medicino was given.
accumulated upon itself until in fifty Other children in our neighborhood, under
years it had multiplied nearly ten
times. She also inherited family tra
ditions which had been a pride for
three centuries, and which she was
anxious to perpetuate in her chil-
She was born on November 21, 1835,
at New Bedford, Mass. This old mar maritime
itime maritime city was founded by her ances ancestor,
tor, ancestor, John Rowland, a Puritan who
came over in the Mayflower and who
named the place after Bedford, his
family home in England.
She was just 30 years old when her
father died suddenly leaving her his
nine millions, one million outright and
the income from the other eight, the
principal to be held in trust for her
children. It is. forgotten that Hetty
Green, then Robinson, was a belle in
New York society. According to her
own stories she "often danced the
whole night through." Even then,
however, she lived in t a boarding
house and was so saving that rather
than pay cabf are, she would pull a
pair of heavy woolen stockings over
her shoes and walk through the snow
to parties. ..
She married in 1867. Her husband
was Edward H. Green, who was Unit United
ed United States consul general in Manila,
where he had made a fortune in the
silk trade. It is said Green, at a pub public
lic public dinner, heard someone speak of
Hetty Robinson as "the greatest Am American
erican American heiress 'and straightway an announced
nounced announced his determination to marry
her. Before the wedding day an
agreement was signed to the effect
that the wife's fortune should never
be drawn on to meet the husband's
debts or any of their joint expenses.
He died in 1902 after having lost most
of his money in Wall street.
It was Hetty Green's ambition to
make her son, Edward Howland
Green, the richest man in thecoun thecoun-try.
try. thecoun-try. She put him through many se severe
vere severe tests to try out his business
qualifications. She finally sent him to
Texas where he eventually worked
himself to the front as a railroad man
and financier. Since 1893 he has been
president of the Texas Midland rail railroad
road railroad and a factor in many other in interests.;
terests.; interests.; In late years he lareelv as
sumed the management of. his moth
While never intensely religious,
Mrs. Green was a frequent attendant
at Quaker meetings, and only a few
years ago she, like her daughter, was
baptized in the Episcopal church.
She emphatically denied that her
disposition was miserly. During the
panic of 1907-08 she made loans which
tided over many wealthy New York Yorkers.
ers. Yorkers. Two years before the panic, it
was said, she had gathered in a large
portion of her. money and was pre
pared when the storm broke to lend a
helping hand, at a good rate of in interest.
terest. interest. It was sometimes intimated
that upon her death the country
might be surprised at the disposition
she would make of her wealth.
medical attention, died of the arne trouole
while he was sick. A second child of mine
was also cured ot thi disease.-' Mas. R.
Uoltojnt, 237 S. Hillsborough Ave.
An imitation of natures method ot
replacing waste ot tissue, enriching impov impoverished
erished impoverished blood and increasing nerve force is
when you take an alterative extract of
herbs and roots made with pure glycerine,
without the uso of alcohol, like Doctor
Pierce's Golden Medi-'ai Discovery. This
vegetable medicine coaxes the digestive
functions and helps in the assimilation of
food, or nither takes from the food just
the nutriment the blood requires.
Pure blood is essential to good health.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
not only cleanses the blood or impurities,
but it increases the activity of the blood blood-making
making blood-making plands, and enriches the body with
an abundant supiy c: purs, rich blood
W. F. BALLINGER
Tin and Sheet Iron Roofing,
Cornice, Spouting, Skylights,
Tanks and General Repair
Sheet Iron and. Copper Work
Phone Yonge's Tin Shop 388
210 S. Osceola St. Ocala, Fla.
AUTO FOR HIRE
At Your Service Any Hour
DAY or NIGHT
Reasonable Prices Terms Cash
Residence Phone 526
E. C. Jordan & Co,
Funeral Directors and
Licensed Embalm ers
WILBUR W. C, SMITH
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
AUTO REPAIR SHOP
FOR ANYTHING AND
110 N. Orange St Ocala, Fla.
Druggist and Seedsmen
MAIL ORDER HOUSE
We deliver all parcels of reasonable
Fire J. J. Geri, chairman; J M. wei&ht when accompanies order.
OF THE CITY COUNCIL
Finance D. W. Tompkins, chair chairman;
man; chairman; G. A. Nash, W. A. Knight.
Cemetery J. T. Moore, chairman;
D. E. Mclver, H. A. Weathers.
Judiciary J. M. Meffert, chairman;
J. J. Gerig, D. E. Mclver.
Street D. E. Mclver, chairman; D.
W. Tompkins, W. A. Knight.
me aside and in a low voice told me
that she was insane and he was in intending
tending intending to take her to a retreat for
such patients. She had been so vio violent
lent violent that he feared she would injure
herself and desired that I give her
some soothing remedy.
I took a small vial from my medi medicine
cine medicine case, dropped some of its con contents
tents contents In a glass of water and, ap approaching
proaching approaching the young lady, told her to
drink it. She looked up at me with
a frightened glance and almost shriek shrieked:
ed: shrieked: "Don't poison me! I'll do any anything
thing anything if you won't poison me!"
Now, I am a believer In physical in indications,
dications, indications, and I consider myself an
adept at Interpreting them. If I see
two persons together whom I don't
know and have never seen before I can
tell If they are of the same blood. 1
can also tell by a person's eye whether
he or she is insane. .1 looked Into the
young lady's eye and saw no evidence
of Insanity whatever. Another matter
Influenced me the handsome fee I had
received In advance.
"Don't foar me," I said to her In a
reassuring voice. "I am a physician,
and this Is a simple soothing draft to
quiet your nerves."
She looked at me searchingly and
anxiously, evidently having felt confi confident
dent confident that I had been brought in to
"I don't need anything to soothe me,"
she said, "if they'll only let me go. :
They took me from my home and
brought me here in a carriage. Tbey
are going to shut me up for a lunatic."
"Drink it." I said, holding the glass
to her lips. "It won't hurt you and
will do you good."
I told her with my eyes what I had
spoken with my voice, and she took
the dose. It was really a help to
her in restoring her equanimity and
lessening the advantage her enemies
if they were such had over her. Leav Leaving
ing Leaving her, I went to a window and, tak taking
ing taking out a prescription slip, wrote some something
thing something on It. Then, casting my eyes up
at the ceiling as if in thought, I crum crumpled
pled crumpled the paper In my fist and taking
another slip wrote the prescription
for bread pills, which I handed to the
gentleman who had me In charge and
who never took his eyes off me for a
moment. Then I went again to the
young lady and felt her pulse.
"Good day," I said, taking her hand
In mine. "Don't fear to take the medi medicine
cine medicine I have prescribed for you."
In the palm of my hand was the pre prescription
scription prescription slip I had crumpled, and I
left it In her palm, she closing her
hand on It. What I had written was:
"I understand the situation. Leave all
to me. Do what they compel you to
do without struggling."
From her I turned to my conductor,
to whom I said that he need not give
her the medicine prescribed unless she
became violent and if she became very
violent before he could remove her to
send for me. DTe seemed satisfied
with this and confident that I had
either been deceived or the fifty dollar
check had stifled any suspicions I
I left the house and, going to a store
near by, telephoned my chum, Charlie
Knowlton, who had gone into law
when I went Into medicine, to come to
me at once. For half an hour I watch watched
ed watched the house I had been In till Charlie
came, then told him the story, and in
half an hour more he had detectives on
the watch. Charlie rushed off to take
legal means to free the young lady and
succeeded, though I never quite under
stood how he managed it. He told me.
using a lot of Latin words "de luna
tico inquirendo," "habeas corpus" and
all that but I knew nothing of what
The case was one of those which
happen now and then wherein claim claimants
ants claimants to an estate attempt to get rid of
a legal heir by claiming him or her to
be of unsound mind and unable to
Charlie made a fortune by the opera operation,
tion, operation, for he married the heiress, while
I, poor devil, even returned the check I
had received for my fee.
Meffert, G. Nash.
: PoHe-V. A. Knight, chairman; G.
a. Nash, H. M. Weathers.
Market-H. M. Weathers, chair
man; J. M. Meffert, J. J. Gerig.
Sanitary H. A. Fausett, chairman;
D. W. Tompkins, J. T. Moore.
Light and Water G. A. Nash,
chairman; D. W. Tompkins, J. M. Mef Meffert.
Building H. M. Weathers, chair chairman;
man; chairman; H. A. Fausett, D. E. Mclver.
Ask your doctor to leave your pre
scriptions with us, as they are care carefully
fully carefully compounded and prompt deliv delivery
ery delivery made. Phone 30.
DOES SLOAN'S LINIMENT
Advertsie in the St?r.
carpenter and builder
Careful Estimates made on all Cor
tract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Othei
iTir racto in th at?.
Ask the man who uses it, he knows.
"To think I suffered all these years
when one 25 cent bottle of Sloan's
Liniment cured me," writes one grate grateful
ful grateful user. If you have rheumatism or
suffer from neuralgia, backache, sore soreness
ness soreness and stiffness, don't put off get getting
ting getting a bottle of Sloan's. It will give
you such welcome relief. It warms
and soothes the sore, stiff painful
places and you feel so much better.
Buy it at any drug store, only 25
cents. Adv. 1.
This is the beginning of the
second week of our Adjust Adjustment
ment Adjustment Sale.
The sale shows no falling off
and just as many customers
are taking, advantage of the
sale now as on the opening
Be sure to get your share of
the Adjustment Sale Bargains,
they are many and real. Our
big store is filled with rare bar bargains
gains bargains in the season's best mer merchandise
chandise merchandise at prices that no one
attempts to duplicate for the
same quality of goods.
Goods must be satisfactory
or your money back without
Adjustment Sale is being
uJ?, ; a I
FRESH MEATS, POULTRY,
FISH AND OYSTERS
All kinds Fresh Vegetable
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Only Direct Line from Jacksonville
' Fare Includes Steals Good on Any Ship.
Tickets Now on Sale, and Stateroom Berth
Final Return Limit October 31st
Write for schedule and further particulars.
H. G. VVENZEL, Florida Passenger Agent?
Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of Lib crty St, Jackson ville. Florida.
MERCHANT & .'MINERS. TRANSPORTATION COMPANY
Summer Tourist Fares
From Jacksonville to
Xew York and -return. .$35.00
Baltimore and return. . 32.00
Philadelphia and return.. 35.00
Washington and return.. 34.00
Savannah and return... 6.00
Boston and return $43.00
Providence and return 41.00
Blue Mountain and return 35.50
Atlantic Citj and return. 36.50
Asbury Park and return. ""36.50
Through tickets to all Eastern resorts, with return limit October 31,
1916, with privilege of stopovers at principal points. Sailings from
Jacksonville, via Savannah to Baltimore Wednesday and Saturday. To
Philadelphia July 2, 13 and 24, Aug. 3, 13, 24, at 4 p. m.
Steamships Suwannee and Somerset have staterooms de luxe with
baths, also shower rooms, hot and cold, fresh and salt. Running water
in all rooms. Wireless telegraph on all ships. Accommodation unsur unsurpassed.
passed. unsurpassed. Reservation, foare or any information cheerfully furnished
on application. Ask for tour book.
Address Merchants & Miners Trans. Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
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OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, JULY 4, 1916
CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00.
Stale County and City Depository.
We wash lace curtains by hand and use Only ff
IVORY CHIPS. The utmost care is taken.
Ocala Steam Laundry
The last few days have marked a numerous advance guard of the
army of mosquitoes that usually appear during the summeh months,
FENOLE IS THE REMEDY.
Flies, Ants, Bugs and all other insects are eliminated, eradicated
and assassinated by the free use of this household insecticide.
Safe to use, effective in the extreme. Fenole is for sale in Ocala
by Marion Hardware Co., Ollie Mordis, Court Pharmacy, Tyding's
Drug -Co., Smith J3rocery Co., Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.
FENOLE CHEMICAL COMPANY
1546 FRANKLIN STREET, TAMPA PHONE 3625
You "aire EnttMed
To FULL WEIGHT, and certainly must have it. Our drivers are in instructed
structed instructed to watch their weights carefully, and we hope that you will
promptly report to us any variation from this rule.
We want you to have your money's worth. You are entitled
and we hope you'll let us know every time' you don't get it so w
CORRECT THE MISTAKE. V t . .....
'cala Ice & Packing Co;
"The Tire Man
Service car always ready for tire
rouble on the road. Fisk and Hood
Tires and Tubes. All orders prompt-.
ly filled. :.
24 N. MAGNOLIA STREET
THE WMBSOK HOTEL
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n the Heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is,
second to none.
HATES From $1.50 per day per person to-$6.00.
ROBERT M. MEYER, J. E. KAVANAUGH
Ilia SOI AFFAIRS
If You Have any News for this De Department,
partment, Department, Call Up Five-One
SECRET OF A MOTHER BIRD.
At the home of Mrs. F. E. Schreiber
Monday afternoon, the members of
the Altar Guild of the Episcopal
church had a most pleasant party in
honor of Mis3 Annie Atkinson, who
was their president for a number of
years. All the members of the guild
are efficient housekeepers, as well as
charming young ladies, and each of
them brought to the party her fav
orite recipe for some dainty dish.
After these culinary prescriptions had
been read, admired and compared,
they were compiled into a handy vol-;
ume, which wa presented to the hon- j
oree. Miss Atkinson was also the
recipient of an elegant berry spoon,
presented to her by the guild. The
pleasure of the occasion was added to
ty Miss Sidney Harold, who rendered
a number of selections on the piano
during the afternoon, and a delicious
ice course with mints and bon-bons
vas served by Mrs. Schreiber, who is
directress of the guild. Present on
this pleasant occasion were Mrs. C. F.
Flippen and Mrs. Arthur Davies,
Misses Annie Atkinson, Gladys Drake,
Susie Lou Ellis, Adele Bittinger,
Hope Robinson, Fanny and Rosebud
Robinson, Virginia Sistrunk, Sidney
Harold, Mary Wyatt Galbraith, Dor
othy Schreiber, Eloise Robinson, and
Ellen Clarkson, and Mrs. C. B. Ayer.
Miss Eloise Robinson of Orlando,
who has been the guest of Miss Susie
Lou Ellis, leaves for home today.
Miss Robinson is the very efficient
society editor of the Reporter-Star.
Mr. James Leslie of Panasoffkee is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe,
coming up to spend the fourth.
Miss Emma Nelson arrived from
Tampa today, and is the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk. Miss Nel
son will be one of the bridesmaids at
the Beck-Atkinson wedding next
Mr. W. L. Colbert and family spent
the fourth at Salt Springs, bathing
and fishing at that famous resort.
Rev. John R. Herndon -went to
Black Point yesterday, and presented
to Company A the pocket testaments
which has been bought for it by some
of the church people of Ocala. He
found the boys all well and happyand
busy. They were very appreciative
of the thoughtfulness of friends at
home. The whole company was as
sembled and Mr. Herndon made a few
appropriate remarks, while the ser
geants distributed the books. After
'a, prayer was made for the hoys the
marched past and shook hands with
Mr. Herndon, many of them express expressing
ing expressing thanks for the gift. Mr. Herndon
returned home last night at 9 o'clock.
m m m .'::
Miss Lucile Turnipseed of Dunnel
loh arrived in the city Monday to as assume
sume assume the duties of operator at the
exchange of the East Florida Tele
phone company. Gainesville Sun.
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Mrs. Galloway, mother of Sheriff
Galloway, is in the city from Miami
on a visit to her son and his family.
Misses Fay and Lucy Cribbett and
Mr. James Cribbett arrived in the
city today from St. Petersburg. Miss
Lucy stopped for a visit to Misses
Ernestine and Nan Brooks, while her
sister and brother went to their sum
mer home at Ashe ville, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Johnson have re
turned to Ocala after an absence of
about two months, having spent part
of the time in Montgomery, Ala., and
part of the time in Dal ton, Ga. They
came through the country in their car
Mr. Johnson expects to travel out, of
Kitty Gordon, whose famous back
will be seen at the Temple theater
his afternoon and tonight in "As In
a Looking Glass," is in private life
the wife of Lord Beresf ord. She has
starred in recent seasons at the Win
ter Garden, -New York, and in Victor
Herbert's comic opera, "The Enchant
ress." That back of hers is said to
e heavily insured. In this back
stunt Miss Gordon succeeds the late
How Dots the Chimney Swvift Get Ker
Breed Up the Flue?
In the autumn chimney swift nests
often made the chiiuaey smoke, and
they had to fished out or knocked
down by lowering a j-lne branch on a
rope from the roof.
Once upon a lime, of course, these
swallows built in hollow trees. But a
pair of them, flying over Plymouth in
1021, spied something which looked
like a new kind of tree, and the breed
was on its way to a new procedure.
Possibly the fact that chimneys are
safer from squirrels, coons, owls and
other possible enemies was a factor in
determining the" change. Then. too. it
is undoubtedly easier to find chimnevs
today than hollow trees. I well remem
ber, as a boy. hearing a noise in one of
our chimneys ana puaing out the
stovepipe hole cap in 1113 chamlTer.
There, directly opposite the opening.
perched on a protruding brick, a swift
was building a ne-t of sticks;
I watched the whole process, fascl
nated by the sticky mucilage which the
)ird secreted in her Falivarv glands to
'astc-n the sticks together, and after
the mother was sitting gradually got
her so tame or. rather. sufHeiently
subdued her wiidness that she would
remain occasionally on the nest when
the cap was removed. Mv great desire
was to. sec how she got the young birds
up the chimney after they were large
enough to ieave the nest. but. alas
that feat was accomplished one dav
when I w::sn't looking; 1 felt certain
then that 'he must have carried them
up in her l:i!l. though 1 was laughed
it for my lK-lief
Has any one observed a chimney
swift gotlin her young up the Oue'r
Curiously enough,-1 myself have never
lad another chance to wat:h. Walter
Prichard Cat on In Harper's Magazine
RL Rev. Abbott Charles, President. Rev." Father Benedict, Director.
to Leo College
Saint Leo, Pasco .County, Florida
Five Miles West of Dade City and On Mile East of San Antonio
BOARDING SCHOOL for BOYS and YOUNG
MEN, INCORF ORATED JUNE 4, 1889
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COURSES
$225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MONTHS
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FALL TEhfil OPENS WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 13 1916
Put Your Ad. in the Star
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our gratitude
o the members of the fire depart
rnent and to all who came to our as
sistance when our home was afire. We
fcre very thankful to everyone.
Mr. and Mrs. George Rentz.
PRIZES FOR THE BEST
HOME IH ITS TRUE SENSE.
It Is Good as Far as It Goes, but
It Doesn't Go Far Enough.
SECRETS HIDDEN IN THE SUN.
Each Must Help to Make It, but One
Alone Can Mar It.
To sa.v of tlie home whit h marriage
ugbt to create tint it is "a man's king
dom, a chills paradise and a woman s
world" is to blur it meaning.
The home is no one's kingdom, no
ones paradise, uo ones world. 1 he
onlv kingdom it resembles is the king
dom of Leaven,-- because it is within
you. Home is dependent for its real
ty and its reality is as deep as any
thing we know upon a condition of
This indeed is embodied or at least
shadowed forth in this or that physical
S3mbol the shell ering roof, the fire
place, the common table but it is do
pendent on no one of these.
For Omar the symbol was the loaf.
the jug and the book: for Deirdre and
Naisi it was the tent "as tidy as a bee
hive or a linnets' nest," or the open sky
among the snipe and plover."
Home menus love and companionship
and mutual dependence, the spirit of
common service and of common loyal
ty. It may be achieved by a husband
and wife or by a family or by two
friends or even by a single person who
has the home feeling toward the world
To say that it is the woman's hardest
task to make the home is to miss its
most exquisite meaning. No one of the
group can make the home, though any
one can mar it. It must be made by all
for the uses of all. Atlantic Monthly.
Real Academic Dignity.
Max Muller tells a story of one of
Dr. Strachan Davidson's predecessors
as master or uaiioi. "unce when re returning
turning returning from a solitary walk Dr. Jen Jenkins,
kins, Jenkins, whose regard for his own dignity
was very great, slipped and fell. Two
undergraduates, seeing the accident,
ran to assist him and were just laying
hands on him to lift him up when he
descried a master of arts, coming.
'StopT he cried. 'I see a master of arts
coming down the street, and he dis
missed the undergraduates, with many
thanks, and was helped on his legs by
the M. A." Loudon Chronicle.
" vv For Safety's Sake.
A captain of a small trading jressel
having some contraband good3 on
board wanted to unload them at a
"Joe." he said to the customs man.
whom he knew well, "if I was to stick
a pound note over each o' your eyes
could ye see?"
"No," replied the man, "and if I had
another over my mouth I couldn't
speak either!"-London Tit-Bits.
Changes In Intensity and Quality of
Solar Rays Cause Effects That Bother
Meteorologists Why Forecasts of
Experts Often Go Astray.
The most imperfect science is mete meteorology.
orology. meteorology. The margin of error in its
calculations is sometimes enormous
sufficient to completely reverse a pre prediction.
diction. prediction. The weather bureau Is a useful In In-stitution,
stitution, In-stitution, based upon an incomplete
system of correlated facts of observa-'
tion, which are scientific as far as they
go. But there are elements concerned
in the production of weather about
which the methods of meteorology
give no information.
There are birds, insects and four
footed animals which have an Incom Incomparably
parably Incomparably greater foreknowledge of
weather changes than the entire sflhen sflhen-tiflc
tiflc sflhen-tiflc corps of the agricultural depart department
ment department possesses.
When the predictors of the weather
bureau give warning of an approach approaching
ing approaching storm they act on very much the
same principle as that on which a rail
road time table is based. A"train hav having
ing having been announced by telegraph as
started on a given line will arrive in
regular succession at certain points
along that line, and a station agent at
any given point can, if no accident in intervenes,
tervenes, intervenes, foretell the moment of the
train's arrival at his station.
Storm centers, or cyclones, moving
across the country are in some ways
comparable to trains following a time
schedule. But unfortunately they do
not run on rails, they are not driven by
an invariable force, they are subject to
interruptions and obstacles of many
kinds, and Instead, of always keeping
tne tracK and rollowing the course
thej' frequently wander, vaguely about
or take an unexpected turn or else
fade away like exhausted whirls in wa water.
ter. water. In fact, the Weather bureau predic predictors
tors predictors are in the same quandary in which
train dispatchers would find themselves
If railroad tracks were shifting lines,
continually drifting this way and that,
getting crossed and entangled or sink
ing Into suddenly formed quagmires
and thus disappearing for good.
Meteorology as a science of weather
prediction fails just because It pos possesses
sesses possesses too few facts. With the aid of
the telegraph the, weather bureau can
If lucky follow the trail of a storm
center across the United States, but it
cannot tell just how a new storm is
born nor just when or where it will
begin its course. v.
The one only great fact on which it
bases Its whole system of prediction is
the general tendency of cyclonic dis
turbanees in this country to travel east eastward
ward eastward with a northerly trend, while
storms originating around the gulf of
Mexico and the. Caribbean sea usually
come up the coast
But the official weather prognosiica
tors are as much in the dark as the or
dlnary citizen concerning what is goin-
to happen in the atmosphere next week,
and they realiy know nothing about
any storm until after it has begun its
career, and then all that they know is
the qpurse that it will take in case It
doesn't happen to change its mind.
A slight variation in the intensity, or
quality, of the radiation received from
the sun might account' for sudden
changes or abnormal weather, and re recent
cent recent investigations show that such va variations
riations variations occur, but what is needed is
more accurate knowledge about them
and their effects. Heat and light are
only two of an infinite number of
forms of vibration sent to us from the
sun. Everybody knows that when the
weather records show that two days
are precisely alike in temperature, in
humidity, etc., human nerves prove
that they are vastly unlike in some un
named peculiarity which affects the
springs of life.
The spider busily and confidently
spinning her webs in preparation for
a spell of fine weather which some un
erring mechanism of foreknowledge
within her enables her to detect 13 a
surer guide than a bnrometer. She re
sponds to vibrations as yet only guess
ed at by science, and so perhaps do the
supersensitive nerves of many human
creatures. Garrett P. Serviss in New
AH of the July Magazines.
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New York, Savannah, Atlanta and
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Special attention given to Subscrip Subscription
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Cigars, Tobacco and
GERIG'S NEWS STORE
One Door East of M. & C. Nation National
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ine nome economics committee ox
me ucaia woman s Llub will again
offer" prizes at the Marion County
Fair for the best home-made labor
saving devices. The prizes will be as
$3 for the best tireless cooker.
$3 for the best article of another
$1 each as second prizes.
Since the prize for the best tireless
cooker was won last year by a resi resident
dent resident of Ocala, the prize this year will
be awarded to a person not residing
in Ocala but must be a resident of
Marion county. The contest for the
best article of another kind is open to
all residents of Marion county, wheth whether
er whether residing in Ocala or not.
L XI IX lli 11 JL T 11 rf
The first glass cups were made at
Alexandria. Some were colored like
Bohemian glass and decorated with
glass pastes. Imitating precious stones
and cameos. Some were opaline, oth
ers clear as crystal and still others
formed of opaque layers welded to together
gether together like the famous Portland vase.
in which the white upper layer had
been cut away like a cameo, leaving a
blue ground around the figures.
"If you are looking for bargains.
said the broker. "I can suit you. I can
offer you some stock) at H cents
"But why are they so cheap? de
manded the lady shopper.
"You see, they have been slightly
damaged by water."-
"Phoslime carries a large percentage of moist moisture,
ure, moisture, which has been repeatedly demonstrated in
practical use to keep green and well nourished the
LAWNS on which it was used."
Prices F.O. B. Phoslime, Fla., In Bags
CARLOAD LESS THAN CARLOAD
$9 Per Ton $10.00 Per Ton
WRITE FOR BOOKLET
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A Sable Philosopher.
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world don't turn ter look at you. Ef it
did it might be disapp'inted an you'd
hear it sayln'. "Ter think dat 1 got ter
give de likes er dat a free ride 'round
de sky!" Atlanta Constitution.
He that lives upon hope will die fast fasting.
ing. fasting. Franklin.
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We pay the highest market prci for Scrap Iron, Brass, Copper,
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OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, JULY 4, 1916
TRAPPED BY HIS BLIND RAGE
A. C. L. SCHEDULE
w. T. II
Lyrie .was in
The II. B. Master", stores closed for
the fourth at 2 p. r.i.
Judge V. 3. Bullock is the proud
possessor of a handsome Buick car.
Fresh seeds of all'
Ocala Seed Store.
Carter's Butternut Bread J mad
cf pure flour, sugar, yeast, malt,
milk, lard and salt; it is maia and
wrapped bv mr.chinery and baked
with steam. 20-tf
Two of l' e'erks from the shoe
' department of Rheinauer & company's
. f;toro mayvvisit the store of Mr. J. R.
Wh'te and drink bottled- coca-cola,
with our compliments. The Ocala
Coca-Cola Bottling Works.
IF THE PARTY whe has my sabre
and belt will p1 lease return I will be
Very much obliged. G. A. Nash 29-6t
The Evening Star may always be
found on sale at Gerig's News
John Thomason, in charge of work
on the station, received telegrams this
ntorning from the contractors and
ftom the Seaboard Air Line instruct instructing
ing instructing him to hold up work until further
Pythian Sisters meet Tuesday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. The rain yesterday evening was al almost
most almost a cloudburst. The water came
down in bucketsfull, and thunder and
lightning was incessant. Every street
which had a slope was changed to a
liver in a few minutes. It looked like
. cme of the buildings along Second
street west were in danger for awhile
The old wooden shack at the South
Magnolia street corner had a creek
i tinning thru it, and a little more
would have taken it off its founda
tions altogether. The storm coming
just as a number of afternoon shop
pers were preparing to go home, they
were caught in the stores and had to
remain, and as the ... lightning kept
everybody away from the telephones
trey were stranded for a while.
IE M 2
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We are also selling the famous
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We never have a long spell of sick sickness
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Through a misunderstanding the
Star named today as the day for the
gathering here of the Marion county
pig and corn club boys. The boys
meet tomorrow at the court house at
10:35 o'clock, when they will hear ad addresses
dresses addresses by R. L. Harrington, state
agent of club work, and prominent
farmers, business men and officials of
the city and county. Dinner will be
served the boys at the Ocala House.
At 2 o'clock they will go in autoes to
see the acre of corn grown by Ran Randolph
dolph Randolph Mathis southeast of the city.
Van Boney and John Needham have
had their telephone boxes mounted on
posts contiguous to their auto stands
on the pnblic square.
An auto party from Orlando, con consisting
sisting consisting of Misses Lauretta, Ernestine
and Annie Crews, and 'Messrs. Joe
Hollenbeck and Henry Ralph, were at
the Harrington today.
As the. 3rd of July melted into the
fourth, Sibbald Wilsonj the clever
young cartoonist at the Harrington,
portrayed an explosion under the last
name on the register and then sought
his little couch.
SEABOARD LOCAL SCHEPULE
No. 9 Leaves Jacksonville 1:35 p
m.; Ocala 4:30 p. m.; arrives Tampa
7:50 p. m. v
No. 1 Leaves Jacksonville 9:30
m.; Ocala $1.45 a. m.;' arrives St. Pe
tersburg 10 a. m.
No. 3 Leaves Jacksonville 9:15
m.; Ocala 12:40 p. m.; arrives St. Pe
tersburg 8:05 p. m.
xso. iu Leaves rampa l p. m.
Ocala 4:12 p. m.; arrives Jacksonville
7:15 p. m. V
No. 2 Leaves St. Petersburg 4:30
p. m.; Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrives Jack
sonville 6:45 a. m.
No. 4 Leaves Tampa 9 a. m.; Ocala
1 p. m.; arives Jacksonville 5:25 p. m
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We have a new perfume, Bouquet
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Stupid Obstinacy a Himalayan
Bear Takes the Prize.
"Most wild animals are stupid as well
as greedy, but for sheer brainless ob obstinacy
stinacy obstinacy in the face of opposition."
writes Prince S irath Ghosh in his book.
"The Wonders cf the Junkie." "there is
no animal like the Himalayan "bear. If
he finds a thins in his way he will al always
ways always push it aside, if he can. even
though It would be easier to go round
"The wily natives of India have ob observed
served observed that trait in his character and
from it have contrived a trap to catch
him. They select a tree with a suitable
horizontal bough. At a point on the
bough about ten or twelve feet from
the fork they fasten a bait likely to at attract
tract attract the bear honey, for example, or
goat's flesh. Then from another, bough
above that one they suspend a heavy
block of stone. The rope Is so attached
to the upper bough that the stone
hangs between the bait and the fork of
"The bear scents the bait from a dis distance,
tance, distance, comes to the tree, sees the food
on the bough and climbs up the trunk
of the tree. Reaching the bough, be
walks along it to get at the bait. But
suddenly lie notices the obstacle in the
way and pushes it aside with his paw.
The stone swings out of the way for a
second, then it swings back and hits
the bear on the paw. With a growl of
irritation the bear pushes it aside more
violently. The stone swings away
again; then it returns with greater
force and hits the bear on the chest
"With a snarl of rage the bear gives
the stone a tremendous thrust and
sends it up into the air in a wide
curve. Then down comes the stone in
a similar curve and hits the bear a
thumping whack on the ribs.
, "Most animals would desist after that
third blow; not so the bear. lie is now
in a perfectly mad rage, and a bear is a
good boxer. lie hits out with his paws
right and left and jsends the stone
hurtling forward in a still wider curve.
Then after a few seconds the stone
comes back and hits the bear a terrific
'uppercut' on the Jaw.
"The bear is roused to white hot
fury. Fie thinks an enemy is hiding
behind the stone as an enemy might
do in the jungle and he Is determined
To reach that enemy.
"But alas, the bear never went to
school and learned the law of gravity!
Every blow he hits the stone is re returned
turned returned tenfold. And as the stone has
no brains to be knocked out it is the
bear that gets knocked out at last. He
will never, never give In until he is
knocked out of the tree.
"Then the wily natives hiding below
rush in with a net and throw It quick quickly
ly quickly over him.
"And that is how "many menageries
and zoos get their Himalayan bear."
Why Not a Garden Pool?
As to the garden pool why not
have one? It may be ever so simply
done, and often the more simple it is
the more charming. Or it may be very
elaborate and artificial, like those in
the tiny toy gardens of those masters
of artifice, the Japanese. No other
garden feature offers greater possi possibilities
bilities possibilities for diversity of form or for
originality than the pooL I know a
city garden with high walls about it,
rather a cramped garden because of
the nearness of other dwellings. But
under a small tree in that garden is a
bit of a basin with water that is al always
ways always fresh, set there in the sod to in invite
vite invite the birds for a daily bath.. And
where birds are there is the spirit of
the woodland and mountains, no mat mat-ter
ter mat-ter how high skyscrapers tower round roundabout
about roundabout Bertha n. Smith in Country Countryside
side Countryside Magazine.
In the days when the Mauehu dynas dynasty
ty dynasty was tottering two students cut off
some of their fingers as a protest to the
government's delay in granting a par parliament
liament parliament Such forms of protest are to
the Chinese what writing a letter to
the paper Is to the Englishman. When
these students were taken to the Union
Medical college the doctors remonstrat remonstrated
ed remonstrated with them for misusing their bodies
and running the danger of infection as
"Oh, you needn't fear on that point,"
said these students. "We boiled the
knife first." World Outlook.
it is understood that the largest gold
coin in circulation is the gold "loof of
Anam. the French colony in eastern
Asia. It is a flat round piece worth 55
English money. The next size to this
unwieldy coin is the Japanese "obang."
which weighs more than two and a
half ounces and is about equal to ten
English sovereigns. London Opinion.
The Seven Seas.
Tbe seven seas" is a poetic name for
the oceans of the earth. The "waters
embraced' in the term Include, there
fore, all the great waters of the earth
Specifically the seven seas are divided
as the north and south Atlantic," north
and south Pacific. Arctic. Antarctic and
What a piece of work is man! How
noble in reason! How Infinite in fae-
alty! In form and moving how express
and admirable In action how like an
angell In apprehension how like a god
The beauty of the world! The paragon
of animals! Hamlet
, Nearly the Same Thing.
s"e Before we were married you
said von liked everything I did He
Weil, i ii-iven't changed much. Now I
like everything yon don't do. Rich Rich-tinnd
tinnd Rich-tinnd Times-Dispatch
When you make one mistake don't
I iake another by trying to lie out of it
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MORPHY, THE CHESS WIZARD
Marvelous Skill of the Greatest Master
"of Modern Times.
Paul Charles Morphy, the famous
American chess player, is classed as
"perhaps the most remarkable chess
player of modern times." He was
born In New Orleans in 1S37 and was
notably precocious as a child. He
showed this precocity particularly in
games of chess, and before he was
thirteen had defeated many well
known amateurs. For several years
he studied law at the College of South
Carolina and played chess only occa occasionally.
sionally. occasionally. But in 1S57, at the first
American chess congress, held in New
York, he easily defeated the best play
ers that could be brought against him.
In 1858" Morphy went to England
and there defeated Lowenthal. Bodcn
and Bird and performed the most as astonishing
tonishing astonishing feats in simultaneous games
without the board. When he was in
Paris, the same year, he woa five out
of eight games with llarrwitz and
gave many exhibitions of blindfold
playing. It was these last that were
responsible for the early breakdown
of his health.
After his return to the United States
in 1S59 be defeated the visiting (ier
man expert. Anderssen, in seven out of
eleven games. lie was admitted to
the bar and began to practice law in
New Orleans. But the strain of his
blindfold contests had been too great
for his mind, and he was forced to
give np chess altogether and then to
abandon all mental occupation. lie
lived in retirement until his death in
1884. His activity thus covered a com comparatively
paratively comparatively short space of time.
Morphy's skill is described as Inex
pllcable. He never was a close stud
ent of chess. He played his games
easily and quickly, with no prepara
tion and little hesitation. Yet his com
binations were "remarkable for finesse,
depth, elegance and soundness." no
also possessed a pnenomenal memory
New York Times.
JAPAN'S SENSE OF HUMOR.
It Seems to Be Too Subtle For Occiden Occidental
tal Occidental Minds to Master.
Japan was the first foreign country
where I saw moving pictures shown.
In Yokohama one whole street is giv given
en given up to moving pictures Theater
street Great banners hong clear
across it with the picturesque Japa Japanese
nese Japanese alphabet racing up and down
them advertise the respective perform
On the floor the audience sits, with
their feet squarely turned under them,
absorbed in the shifting shadows. The
subtitles are in English, but so com
mon is English coming to be in Japan
that the meaning doesn't go over their
heads. There is always some one to
whisper the title's meaning.
American manufacturers have labor labored
ed labored long and hard to find films that will
amuse the Japanese, but their success
has not been very marked. No white
mind can fathom a Japanese's sense of
humor. Our funniest films over there
go 'flat But In the midst of a death
scene in some dramatic film they will
suddenly begin to rock with merri merriment
ment merriment There is a fortune in it for any
one who will locate the Japanese
bump of hnmor and manufacture plays
that will hit it
The Japanese are now manufactur manufacturing
ing manufacturing their own films, but they are not
of much Interest to white people, as
nothing ever happens in them. There
Is no action. Half a reel may be giv given
en given up to drinking a cup of tea. But
this may be exceedingly funny to the
Japanese, ror there has been more
going on than shows on the surface.
By the way they lift their cups, by
the way they swing their fan they are
passing a message. Two Japanese can
talk to each other with their fans,
while the white man standing along alongside
side alongside understands nothing of what they
are saying. World Outlook.
A King's Ransom.
The expression "worth a king's ran
som," though generally supposed to
mean the ransoms paid for a king,
more probably refers to that paid to a
king. In early times, when armies re received
ceived received practically no regular pay and
the soldier's reward was the booty tak taken
en taken from the vanquished, each soldier
had' a tight to the bodies as well as the
goods of the prisoners he captured.
The conqueror might slay his prisoner,
sell him to slavery or set him at liberty
on payment of a ransom. But though
it was the common practice In feudal
times for the Individual raptor to re receive
ceive receive the ransom for prisoners of low
degree, those for princes or great no nobles
bles nobles were always paid to the king:
hence a king's ransom.
The beaches of Snails Island, in the
ly with the tides. The sands are reallr
ef a golden color, and when the rising
tide spreads the wide beach still re
mains gold, but when the tide ebbs
they look quite purple, and this is ac accounted
counted accounted for by myriads of tiny purple
snails crawling In the wake of the ebb
ing tide. It is to these snails that the
island owes its name.
Origin of Music.
The origin of music is lost in an
tiquity. Among civilized people it prob
ably originated among the Egyptian
priests, who employed this art in their
religious rites and ceremonies. From
the Egyptians the art passed on to the
Greeks and Romans and so on to mod
era nations. Xew York American.
A Fitting Fine.
"There's hard magistrate in thar
"What did he dor
"A couple brought before him were
accused of spooning In the park, and he
made them fork over." Baltimore
WILL MY CHILD TAKE DR.
KING'S NEW DISCOVERY
This best answer is Dr. King's New
Discovery itself. It's a pleasant, sweet
syrup, easy to take. It contains the
medicines which years of experience
have proven best for coughs and
colds. Those who have used Dr.
King's New Discovery longest are its
best friends. Besides every bottle is
guaranteed. If you don't get satis-
action you get your money back.
Buy a bottle, use as directed. Keep
what is left for cought and cold in
surance. Adv. 1.
Trains of trte Atlantic Coast Line
will arrive and depart in Ocala at the
following tinier :
No. 37, Jacksonville to St Peters
burg, 2:18-2:25 a. m.
No. 38, St PeterSDurg to Jackson
ville, 2:25 a. m.
No. 10. Leesburg to Jacksonville,
5:40 a. m.
No. ""ol, Ocala to Wilcox, Monday.
Wedaesdaj and Friday, 6:10 a. m.
No. 35, Ocala to Lakeland (Sunny
jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 6:40 a. m.
No. 141, Wilcox, Gainesville and
Palatka to Ocala, 11:15 a. m.
No. 40, St. Petersburg to Jackson -rille,
12:54-1:14 p. m.
No. 4S, Homosaesa to Ocala, 1:05
No. 49, Ocala to Hcmosassa, 2:2?
No. S3. Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, 2:36-2:40 p. m.
No. 140, Ocala to Palatka, Gaines
Ville and Wilcox, 4:10 p. m.
No. 9, Jacksonville to Leesburg
9.05 p. m.
No. 150, Wilcox to Ocala, Monday
Wednesday and Friday, 5:45 p. m.
No. 32, Lakeland to Ocala (Sunny
jim), i"uesday, Thursday and Satur
day, y 50 x ai.
BAD TO HAVE A COLD HANG ON
Don't let your cold hang on, rack
your system and become chronic when
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey will help
you. It heals the inflammation,
soothes the cough and loosens the
phlegm. You breathe easier at once.
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey is a laxa laxative
tive laxative tar syrup, the pine tar balsam
heals the raw spots, loosens the mu mucous
cous mucous and prevents irritation of the
bronchial tubes. Just get a bottle of
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey today, it's
guaranteed to help you. At your
druggist's. Adv. 1.
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOB
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIM-ILAR
ILAR SIM-ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
WANTED If we are riot now doing
your pressing and cleaning we want
an opportunity to prove our first class
service. Just call phone THIRTEEN
and let us send for it. J. T. Clay Clayton.
ton. Clayton. 7-4-6t
FOR SALE Nice Jersey milk cow;
just fresh with second calf; gentle
and first class in every respect. Ap Apply
ply Apply to W. D. Cam at Ocala Seed Store
or call phone 191. 7-3-6t
FOR RENT A well located cottage
of five rooms, three blocks from the
square; all modern conveniences. Ap Apply
ply Apply to R. R. Carroll, Star office, tf
13 POUNDS sugar for SI; three
cans tomatoes 25 cents; seven pack
ages Grandma Washing Powder 25
cents; seven cakes Export Soap 25
cents; six cans Carnation milk 25
cents; sliced meats of all kinds. The
Counts Grocery. 16-tf
FOR SALE I want to sell one pair
of good sound mules. E. E. McLin. tf
FOR RENT A 5-room cottage with
gas, electric lights, screens and bath,
located on South 1st street. Furnish
ed or unfurnished. Reduced rates for
summer. Mrs. E. Van Hood, phone
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
ORDER OF EASTERN fcTAR
Oeala Ciapter, No. 29, O. E. S-.
.. L 1
aiecxs at x onge a nan the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Myrtle G. Kramer, W. M.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, Secy.
OCALA LODGE NO. 285, B. P. O. E
Ocaia Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meet?
the second and fourth Tiuesdav even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club housf
opposite postoffi se, ast side.
3U H. von Engelken, E. R.
D. S. Williams, ec'y.
KXIUlirS OF PTTHIAE
Ocala Lodge No. 19. CnnvenMmi
held everv Mcrdav at 7:30 tv m
Castle HaJi. over the James f"arlisi
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis
ltmg brothers. W. M. Gober, C. C.
a-s. jv. ..age. is. or K. o. A"
Tulula Lodere No. 22. I. fi O. V
meets every Tuesday evening in the
?aa eiiows' nail on the third floor of
the Star office building at 8 o'clock
cromDtlv. A warm welcoms silwnoi
extended to visiting brothers.
L. E. Yonce, N. G.
W. L. Colbert. Secretary.
7HAPTilt NO. 13, K. A. i.
Regular convocations of tbe Ocaia
Chapter No. 13, R. A. IL. on the
fourth Friday in every moath at
8 p. m. A. E. Burnett, H. P.
Jake Brown, Sec'y.
HARIOX-DUXX SL-SOMfC LODHE
Marion-Dunn Lodere No. 19. F. tk
A. M.. meets on the first ancl thirl
Thursday evenine of each month at
8:00 o'clock, until farther notice.
t. U. Webb, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. 4d
WOOIXMJSJV OF TITE WOJvLi;
Fot Kinfe- Camn No. 14 -tts a?
the K. of P- iall at 730 n. m ovpt.
second and fourth Friday. Visitlns
overelgnp ?,re always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C C
Chas- K. Sage. Clerk.
n ii -r VT -i. s1$m
Willi I I Wvw 0 I
I i GttlittS WrkS 'j
M 5ts r.- da Ar
Georgia Southern & Florida Eailwy
SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1916
Lv. Union Depot, Palatka 5:15 a.m.
Lv. Hampton 6:53a.m.
Lv. Lake Butler ....7:28a.m.
Lv. Jacksonville .....7:10a.m.
Trains carrying through first-class
leave Jacksonville at. 7.10 a. m mH
mg on any regular train until and,
eviiauy tuuuutieu aim me usual amount oi oaggage may De checked,
ville, June 21st.
J. H. RAFFTERY, D. P. A.
16 Hogan St.,
WHITE STAR ONE
TRANSFER m STORAGE1
Teams for Rent light and Heavy HaolingMoving, Packing
STEEL SLEEPING CARS TO
For information or tickets call on
M. R. WILLIAMS, T. A.
I I NEST AND QUICKEST TRAIN OPERATED ENTIRELY
THE STATE OF FLORIDA ALL THE YEAR
IE ABO ARB AIR LINE EY
"The Progressive Railway of the South"-
1 :35 p. m. Lv. . .......... .Jacksonville
6:21 p. m. Ar. .. .Dade la..
4 :30 p. m. Ar OcaCity
7:06 p.m. Ar ......Plant City
7:50 p.m. Ar Tampa..
SOLID STEEL COACHES
OBSERVATION PARLOR CARS
Last Train out of St. Petersburg, Tampa and South Florida making all
Connections for the West.
Quickest One Night Out Service New York to Tampa Leaving New York
9:15 a. m., Arriving Ocala 4:30 p.m., Arriving at Tamoa 7:n0 n.m
JOHN BOSSEIAN, C. P. A.
Phone 129, Ocala, Florida
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FIFTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR FLORIDA,
IDA, FLORIDA, MARION COUNTY IN
In the Matter of Petition of Laura C.
Davis to be Made Free Dealer
This cause coming on to be heard be before
fore before the judge of the above court, and
it appearing that ue notice of the fil filing
ing filing of this petition has been given as
required by law by publication in the
Ocala Star, a newspaper published in
Marion county, Florida, a3 will ap appear
pear appear by copy of said notice and affi affidavit
davit affidavit of nublication filed herewith,
and it further appearing upon the
taking of testimony in said matter,
cnifl tectimnnv hpinc reduced to writ
ing and filed herewith, that the peti petitioner
tioner petitioner Laura C. Davis has the capa capa-ritv
ritv capa-ritv sind is rmalified to take charge of
and manage her own estate and prop
erty, and to become a iree aeaier, ana
Valdosta Macon Atlanta
& Retrn & Retn & Retn
.$2-50 $4.50 $6.50
2.25 4.50 6.50
2.00 4.00 6.00
2.00 4.00 6.00
coaches and Pullman sleepers will
7-M r m TiVVots mill V.a -.-,-
. .... .ivuvta w g,UUU X CbUi ii-
including July 23rd. Trains will be per-
Md, and return.
JULY 5-6-7-8-9. LIMIT-JULY 31st.
Buffalo, New York and return.
TICKETS SOLD JULY 8-9 -10. LIMIT JULY 23rd.
AD OF THE SOUTH
BALTIMORE and NEW YORK
J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A.
Ar. 7:15 p. m.
- ..Lv. 4:10 p.m.
Lv. 2:24 p.m.
.Lv. 1:40 p. m.
...Lv. 1:00 p.m.
Lv. 10:15 a.m.
BROILER DINING CARS
G. Z. PHILLIPS. A. G. T
' no objection having been interposed to
It is ordered, adjudged and decreed
that the petitioner, Laura C Davis, is
granted a license to manage, take
charge of and control her own estate
and property, and to become a free
dealer in every respect, to sue and be
sued, contract and be contracted with,
and to bind herself as fully as if she
were not married.
It is further ordered that this de decree
cree decree shall become effective after the
publication of this decree for four
successive weeks in a newspaper
published in Marion county, Florida,
as required by law and upon the filing
of such proof of publication.
Done and ordered at chambers in
Ocala, Florida, this the 5th day of
June, 191G. W. S. Bullock, Judge.
Filed June 5th, 1916.
6-G-tues-5t P. H. Nugent, Clerk.
ADVERTISE IN THE STAR.
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