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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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French, British, Russians and

I THRUST IS SUCCESSFUL
TED!
London, July 5. Pressure of the
Entente Allies on the central powers
continues -without abatement. Im Important
portant Important stragetic gains are claimed
on the western, eastern and Italian
fronts. The first phase of the Anglo Anglo-French
French Anglo-French offensive on the western front
if believed to be enaring the end. As
soon as the ground taken can be con consolidated,
solidated, consolidated, preparation for a second
thrust is expected to begin.
FRENCH BROKE THROUGH
The French have burst through all
German defenses and are now fight
ing in the open country. Cavalry,
long idle, is being used. North of the
river Somme the Germans have mass massed
ed massed most of their men and progress
there is slower.
"FRENCH HAVE TAKEN MANY
PRISONERS
London, June 5. Heavy fighting
continues in the Somme region, ac
ording to British and French state
ments. The British claim progress at
important points. The French took
German trenches east of Curlu and
also took Sormont farm. They re resumed
sumed resumed the offensive during the night.
Further progress is claimed near the
Sormont farm.
The Germans took part of Belle en
Santerre but were repulsed. The
Germans still hold part of Estrees,
where severe fighting continues. ..
The French have taken more than
9,000 prisoners so far.
Fighting continues in the Verdun
region. x
GREAT GERMAN LOSSES
Press Camp in France, July 5.
Probably 15,000 prisoners were taken
by the Allies in the Anglo-French of offensive.
fensive. offensive. This is taken to indicate
that the German losses were at least

FIRS

60,000.
PUSHING TOWARD PERONNE
The French have straightened out
their, line by capturing Barleaux,
Belloyens, Anterre arid Stresse and
are advancing on a wider point to towards
wards towards their objective, J?er6nne.
NO LET-UP AT VERDUN
Notwithstanding the Anglo-French
attack, the Germans do not cease
their drive against Verdun. The Ger Germans
mans Germans have captured Thiaumont works
for the fourth time, after a massed
attack. Some of the fiercest fighting
of the Verdun battle has been around
this point.
COSSACKS HAVE CROSSED THE
CARPATHIANS
Russian cavalry patrols are said to
have crossed the Carpathian moun mountains
tains mountains in the region of Kimpelung and
to have entered Hungary, driving
north from Kelomea. In Galicia the
. '. Russians have advanced twenty miles
' -,'and threaten to outflank General-von
Bothmers' army and the Austro-Ger-mans
in the Tarnopol region. If this
movement is a success, Von Bothmer
may have to fall back to Lemberg.
The Russians report the capture of
three thousand more prisoners.
ACCORDING TO GEN. JOFFRE'S
. ORDERS
Major-General F. B. Maurice, direc director
tor director of operations of the imperial staff,
-said yesterday that the great Anglo Anglo-French
French Anglo-French offensive now under way was
part of the general plan of the Allies
and was scheduled to. begin July 1st.
. Ifiv said that it was planned with the
Russian and Italian offensive, which
was already under way.
In speaking of the criticisms direct directed
ed directed at the British for not going to the
aid of the French at Verdun, he said
that was part of General Joff re's
scheme. He-indicated that the French
for tactical reasons did not want to
lose the east bank of the Meuse and
General Joff re said they could hold
it until the end of June, hence the of-
) fensive was delayed until all pre pre-V
V pre-V paration3 were complete.

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AND IS TO BE FOLLOWED OP
LII1ES AI10 ARE FIGHTING III
(.Associated Press)
N OUT BY
HOPELESS WAR
Bavarian Troops Refused to Again
Attack Verdun and Were Ordered
Decimated by the Kaiser
British Headquarters in France,
July 5. Through raids covered by a
continuous bombardment the British
last week took prisoners by whom
they have identified every German
battalion opposing our lines.
Some prisoners said our fire was so
heavy it destroyed their communicat communicating
ing communicating trenches so that they were unable
to bring up food to the front line for
three days.
Now it is known that the Germans
have withdrawn from the Verdun
front the 11th Bavarian division and
the 22nd Reserve Corps, and from the
Champagne front the 10th Corps for
reinforcements of von Hindenburg's
lines, probably also three additional
divisions from the British front re recently.
cently. recently. The Bavarians refused to attack
Verdun again, whereupon an order
was issued that every tenth man be
shot. The king of Bavaria interven intervened,
ed, intervened, and the kaiser decided that the
11th should go to the eastern front.
OCAU MM THE GAME
Defeated Gainesville Tuesday After
noon by a Score or Four
to Two
By a score of 4 to 2 Ocala defeated
Gainesville Tuesday ; afternoon at
Hunter Park, in a three a half -inning
contest, before a fair-sized crowd.
Gainesville scored twice in the initial
inning. Ocala scored a man in the
secondhand three men in the third.
Rain stopped the game after the vis
itors had had their first time at the
bat, and it poured for about 30 min minutes.
utes. minutes. A slow drizzle fell during the
remaining innings. The grounds were
soggy and slow. Dinkins, outfielder
for Ocala, fell and hurt his arm in
going after McCormick's drive in the
first inning. Both pitchers were
handicapped on account of a wet
ball. The hits were made by Ander Anderson,
son, Anderson, J. Chazal and C. Chazal, for
Ocala, C. Chazal getting a two-bagger;
and : by McCormick, Gentry and
Cone for Gainesville. Anderson struck
out three, and Gary two.
The line-ups were as follows:
Gainesville: McCormick, 3b: Gen
try, lb; Dell, cf; Feagle, c; Brown,
rf; Cone, If; Hand, ss; Ratlill, 2b;
Gray, p.
Ocala: J. Chazal, cf; Harris, If;
Batts, ss; McLin, c; Martin, 2b-rf ;
Leavengood, 3b; C. Chazal, lb; Din-
kins, rf; Davis, 2b; Anderson, p.
IMMENSE LOSSES 1
OF THE AUSTRIAN'S
Madrid, July 5. Austrian losses to
date are more than 3,000,000 officers
and men killed, permanently wound wounded
ed wounded and taken prisoners, according to
figures given the Spanish Ambassador
at Vienna. The figures are : Killed
or permanently injured 2,000,000;
prisoners in hands of the enemy, 1, 1,-100,000.
100,000. 1,-100,000. COUNCIL MEETS TONIGHT
Council meets tonight at 8 o'clock
having adjourned from last night.
One of the matters that will prob probably
ably probably be considered tonight is the
franchise sought -for the jitney bus
line in Ocala, and between Ocala and
Silver Springs and Lake Weir..

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III THE GULF
Vessels Dragging Anchors in a Sixty Sixty-Mile
Mile Sixty-Mile Wind at the Mouth of
... Mobile Bay
(Associated Press)
Mabile, July 5. A tug arriving
fiom Fort Morgan reported a 75-mile
wind at the entrance to Mobile bay.
Three vessels were sighted dragging
their anchors.
MUCH DAMAGE AT VARIOUS
POINTS
New Orleans, July 5. A .wind and
rain storm swept the gulf coast to today.
day. today. The wind' reached a velocity of
80 miles an hour at ; Pensacola and
sixty miles or more is the lowest re reported.'
ported.' reported.' Telegraph companies report
wires down at Pensacola. Prospects
for direct communication with that
city are meager. The docks at Fort
Morgan, near Mobile, were destroyed.
No serious damage occurred here.
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IN THE BALTIC
Is Only a Little Less Effective than
That Maintained in the
. German Ocean
London, July 5. British naval men
home on leave after a period of par participation
ticipation participation in. submarine operations in
theBaltie speak', enthusiastically of
the-success attending their work.
"While nothing has been reported
in the English or Russian newspap newspapers,"
ers," newspapers," said one petty officer, "we im imposed
posed imposed an iron rule in the Baltic and
the, Germans are now beginning: to
feel the full effects of t in a terrible
draught upon their larder. The block blockade
ade blockade in the Baltic is now about as
thorough as that which the grand
fleet has established in the North
Sea.
"Submarines of the Allies are a
constant menace to Memel, the Ger
man timber port, Koenigsberg and
the ports in the Gulf of Danzig, as
well as the Pomeranian ports, and
the whole sea traffic of the German
Baltic provinces is in a state of dis
organization through the effectiveness
cf the submarine patrol."
IT SEEMS TO BE
THE FRONT END
Paris, July 5. Major Moraht, the
German military critic, commenting in
a recent issue of the Berlin Tage Tage-blatt
blatt Tage-blatt on the British activity in Fland Flanders
ers Flanders and Northern France, says: "We
believe that when the English really
make up their minds to undertake a
great strategical offensive the end of
the British army will certainly be in
sight. We do not wish to underrate
the"" seriousness of such a fight.
Neither, on the other hand, do we
want to allow the British to frighten
us. The British army has not, and
never will have the operative strength
to drive us out of Northern France
and Belgium."
CONTROLLER CALLS FOR
ACCOUNT OF CASH
(Associated Press)
Washington, July 5. The control controller
ler controller of the currency today issued a call
for the condition of all national banks
at the close of business June 30th.

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FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1916

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IS THE OBJECT OF THE PIG CLUB MOVEMENT
STARTED OCALA

Thirty live boys met this morning
at 10:30 o'clock at the office of the
Marion County Board of Trade to
start what bids fair to be one of the
most important movements ever start
ed in the county the pig club work
and the standardization of hogs to
the extent of making the county fa
mous for one breed. The boys who
will be members of the pig club are
in nearly all cases members of the
corn club. There are about 41 mem
bers of the pig club all told, and thir thirty
ty thirty being present at the meeting made
a fine showing. Short addresses on
the pig club work, and its object,
were made by R. W. Blacklock, coun
ty demonstration agent; W. M. Gist,
of Mcintosh; John Edwards, president
of the Ocala National Bank; Z. C.
Chambliss, vice-president of the Mun Mun-roe
roe Mun-roe & Chambliss National Bank; W.
D. Cam, chairman of the board of
county commissioners; R.JL. Harring Harrington,
ton, Harrington, state agent of corn and pig club
work; ard Mrs. J. R. Moorehead,
county girl's canning club agent.
At 12:30 o'clock the boys were giv
en dinner at the Ocala House. At
2 o'clock they left in autoes to see
the acre of corn grown by Randolph
Mathis, on his father's farm south
east of the city.
Mr; Blacklock told the boys that
the meeting was called in order that
they might come to know each other,
and to learn about the work to be
undertaken. He explained the ihethod
of keeping a daily record of the corn
club work. The cost of making a
bushel of corn is the important thing,
Mr. Blacklock said. It s more im important,
portant, important, he pointed out, to make corn
as cheaply as. possible, than to make
a large yield. The keeping of cost
records is one of the biggest things in
farming, he told the boys. A farm
er should know whether he is mak making
ing making or losing money. He said that
the corn club work had had a bad
start this year, that next year he
hoped to. have the boys meet in Jan January
uary January or February and begin right.
He made a special appeal for honest
records, and warned against returns
of corn made by parents or someone
else, saying that more and better
prizes would be offered and won if
honest returns were made.
Mr. Gist told the boys something
about how to make corn. He said that
probably all of the boys had their
corn laid by, but he advised them to
plow as long as any green remained.
He warned the boys against pulling
odder, saying that it would reduce
the yield and, therefore, the profits.
He also gave advice with regard to
seed selection, and told the boys never
tc hesitate to ask questions.
Mr. Edwards explained what the
banks had in view when they agreed
to appropriate $1,000 to provide the
boys with pure bred gilts. He said
that each boy would be provided with
a gilt, which he thought would cost
about $25 apiece, the boys to pay for
the pigs in twelve months time. Mr.
Edwards said that the bankers pro proposed
posed proposed to co-operate with the boys and
farmers in selling the hogs and meat
they make. He said that a farmer
should be a good business man, and
that the idea behind the club was to
teach the boys good business, teach
them how to deal with the banks.
"The banks created the fund," said
Mr. Edwards," because we feel that
Marion county is one of the best
counties in the state for growing
meat. Armour & Co. are going to
build a packing plant in Jacksonville
that will take care of a great deal of
meat, and the day is not far off when
there will be a market for all the
meat this county can produce."
Mr. Edwards explained the object
of having the boys and the farmers

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A DIVIDEII
COMMERCIAL BANK GIVES SUB
STANTIAL EVIDENCE OF
BETTER TIMES
The directors of the Commercial
Bank, meeting this morning:, declared
a dividend of four per cent on the
earnings of the six months ending
June 30. This is the first dividend
declared in 18 months; the bank, of
course, having felt the abnormal con
ditions. The deposits of the bank at
present show an increase of $112,000
over the same time last year. Of this
amount $40,000 is city money.
adopt one breed of hog only and
standardizing it.
"We are all going to try to fall in
line and adopt the same breed of
hog," said Mr. Edwards.
Mr. Gist thought that the boys
should have the privilege of selecting
their own .breed of hog.
Mr. Blacklock explained that the
reason for adopting one breed was
that it would make the county famous
for this one breed, and that, there
fore, the hogs of the county would
bring higher prices.
"On a slow market," said Mr.
Blacklock, "a solid car of hogs of one
breed will sell much quicker than a
car of mixed breeds."
Mr. Chambliss stated that co-opera
tion among the boys and the farmers
of the county was important, and that
for this reason the adoption of one
breed had been decided on by the
banks. He pointed out that Mr. Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, Mr. E. A. Osborne and himself,
for example, each were now raising
different breeds of hogs, but would
adopt whatever breed was decided on
in spite of any preferences each might
have.
, Mr. Beard, father of one of the
boys, said that fie was willing to fore forego
go forego preferences and adopt one breed,
believing it to be good business.
Mr. Chambliss called attention to
the fact that the banks were not giv giving
ing giving the boys anything, but were
simply advancing money and expect expected
ed expected to get every penny back. He said
that the banks were simply making
loans to the boys who could not get a
pig otherwise.
Mr. Edwards said that a special
space at the county fair grounds
would be set aside for the exhibition
of the club pigs.
Mr. Cam expressed himself as
heartily in favor of the one breed
movement.
State Agent Harrington outlined
the work of the corn and pig clubs,
and told of what was being done in
other counties. He thought the idea
of the banks of providing the boys
with a gilt already bred a fine one. He
called attention to the short course in
agriculture to be given for boys at
the university in Gainesville, during
the week Dec. 4-9. He said that boys
cf the pig and" corn clubs had an op opportunity
portunity opportunity to win scholarships for this
course.
Mrs. Moorhead said the importance
cf having one breed of hogs in the
county was similar to the importance
of having one brand for the tomatoes
canned by the canning club girls. She
told the boys of the prizes offered for
the best scores in the "help mother"
contest.
Carter's Butternut Bread i made,
of pure flour, sugar, yeast, malt,
milk, lard and salt; it is mada and
wrapped by machinery and baked
with steam. 20-tf

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STATE DEPARTMEI
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CAssociated Press)

Washington, July 5. Carranza's
reply to the last two American notes
was handed the state department this
morning. It begins by pointing ou
that the immediate release of the
Carrizal prisoners is "further proof
of the sincerity of the de facto gov
ernment's desire to solve the difficul
ties between the two governments. It
declares the Mexican government
suggested a plan for cantonments
along the international boundary at
the El Paso conferences. It now de
sires a solution in a quick and prac
tical way of the questions of the with
dvawal of American troops and the
protection of the border, which, the
note says, constitute the true causes
of conflict.
The note says, "The American gov
ernment believes, and reasonably,
that the insecurity of its frontier is
the source of the difficulty, and the
Mexican government believe the stay
of American troops on Mexican ter territory,
ritory, territory, aside from being trespass on
the sovereignity of Mexico, is the im
mediate cause of conflict. Therefore
the withdrawal of American troops on
the one hand and protection of the
frontier on the other are two essential
problems."
It says the Mexican government
accepted, in principle, the offers of
mediation bv Latin-American coun
tries and "awaits information that
the government of the United States
will be disposed to accept-this media
tion" or whether "it is still of the be
lief that results can be attained by
by means of direct negotiations."
In conclusion, the note says, the de
facto government will employ, in the
meantime, all efforts possible to pre
vent a repetition of incidents aggra aggravating
vating aggravating the situation and hopes the
American government will do the
same.
Until President Wilson and Secre
tary Lansing confer there will be no
formal comment. Some state depart department
ment department officials didn't attempt to con conceal
ceal conceal the fact that they consider the
note most satisfactory and likely to
remove all danger of war.
FOURTH OF JULY
AT BLACK POINT
(Times-Union)
There were no new developments at
state camp yesterday, where 1,400
Florida militiamen are mobilized
awaiting orders to move to Del Rio,
Texas, for border duty in connection
with the Mexican situation.
Thousands of people from Jackson
ville visited the camp during the day,
the largest contingent being on hand
during the afternoon to witness the
field day sports and the regimental
parade. The parade" was the first
regimental formation attempted since
the Second Infantry mobilized and
the command made a most creditable
showing.
Col. A. H. Blanding was in com command,
mand, command, and the beautiful ceremony,
embracing retreat, sunset gun and
lowering the Stars and Stripes, while
the regimental band played The Star
Spangled Banner, and then the re review,
view, review, where the companies swung by
their commanding officers at "eyes
right," was a revelation to -many of
the spectators and proceedings in
which they manifested the keenest in interest.
terest. interest. IF THE PARTY who has my sabre
and belt will please return I will be
very much obliged. G. A. Nash 29-6t
We carry a full line of Newport
bathing shoes. Gerig's. tf
Taking Big Chances
It is a great risk to travel without
a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol Cholera
era Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, as this
preparation cannot be obtained on the
trains or steamships. Attacks of
bowel complaint are often sudden and
very severe, and everyone should go
prepared for them. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.

VOL. 22, NO. 162

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II- SATISFACTORY HOD LIKELY
DANGER OF WAR
CRISIS IS CLOSED
All Danger of War With Mexico
Believed to be for the Present
Averted
(Associated Press)
Washington, July 5. The crisis be-
twen the United States and Mexico i3
virtually ended by the Carranza note,
handed to the state denartment tnHav
A formal statement awaits the DresI
ident's action. Officials believed the
way lias been opened for an amicable
settlement of the dispute witlt Mex
ico, -becretary Lansing: refused to
comment. The secretary gave the
impression, however, that Carranza's
suggestions for friendly negotiations
to settle the dispute meets svmnathv
here. Secretary Lansing is known to
share President Wilson's desire to
avoid hostilities, if possible, and to
otherwise safeguard the border. The
note indicates so plainly this is the
Mexican desire that further negotia negotiations
tions negotiations in a point effort to curb the
lawless elements are expected to be
gin immediately.
RIGHTFUL DAMAGE
DONE TO FRANCE
Unjust War Has Brought Terrible
Suffering Upon the People
Pari3, July 5. Seven h undred and
fifty-three, communes, or townships,
have been partly or totally destroyed
through military operations in France
since the beginning of the war. ac
cording to statistics gathered by the
ministry of the interior with a view
to ascertaining the total damage
caused by the hostilities. These com-
munes are distnbuted over eleven
departments of France, including
those in Ardennes, still occupied whol
ly by the Gremans, who are in pos
session of 2,544 towns of the total of
30,247 in France, or seven per cent.
Houses to the number of 16,669
have been totally destroyed and 29,-
594 partly destroyed in these com communes.
munes. communes. In 148 communes the propor
tion of houses destroyed exceeds fifty
per cent, while it is eightyper cent
in seventy-four towns and less than
fifty per cent in the remainder.
Public buildings destroyed in 428
communes were 331; churches, 379;
schools, 221; town halls, 300, besides
other public buildings of various
sorts and sixty bridges. Of these
buildings fifty-six had been classed
as historic monuments, including the
Town Hall of Arras and the Cathe
dral and Town Tall of Rheims. Thret
hundred and thirty factories, which
supported 57,000 persons, were de
stroyed.
ONLY NEED ARMS
Honda Has 177,152 Men for State
and National Defense -Washington,
July 5. How import
ant a factor Florida might be in any
war in which the United States might
become engaged is shown by census
report just issued which estimates
that Florida has 177,152 male citizens
cf military age.
ATTENTION FARMERS
Just received, carload No. 2 and No.
3 cans. Can quote very low. prices on
them in quantity. Call or write us.
wed-2t Mclver & MacKar.
The Evening Star may always be
bund on sale at Gerig's News
Store. 17-tf
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place to fall on.
Even Kipling is &lad that the Bear
can walk like a man.
Kitty Gordon has some back,
better looking than her face.
It's
Peace at any price is not philan
thropy.' It is half cowardice and half j
laziness.
Kitchener is dead, but the army he
created is. the livest thing on the con continent
tinent continent of Europe. -
Uncle San was 140 years old
Tuesday.. Showd his age in the meek
way he takes insults.
Von Hindenburg must have mislaid
that drive he was going to make on
Pctrncrad this summer.
Begins to look like that story of
the German trans-Atlantic submar submarine
ine submarine was a fairy tale after all,
The Germans abusing the Allies
for violating Greek neutrality is the
worst case of Satan rebuking sin on
record.
Wonder why the Zeppelins that
bombarded sleeping women and chil children
dren children can't be used to check British
drives?
Allies seem to be treating Greece
quite severely. Serves Greece right
for the manner in which she abandon abandoned
ed abandoned Serbia.
One of the horrors of war in Ger Germany
many Germany is that the supply of beer is
running low and people are reduced
to drinking soda pop.
Those remarks of the DeFuniak
Breeze about dishonest elections in
its part of the state make a good
argument for Will Knott's contest.
The streets of Ocala are getting to
be in a most deuce of a fix. It will
cost ten thousand dollars to put them
in shape if they are not soon attend attended
ed attended to.
Roosevelt has endorsed Hughes,
but it may be difficult to get him
casnea. -xoronio man una sumyim.
Smart enough for an American
democrat to say.
The principal reason why a news newspaper
paper newspaper tells lies is because so many
people object to seeing the plain, un un-"
" un-" adulterated truth printed unless it is
about somebody else.
We may talk all we please about
the effeminacy of ancient Rome, but
wt notice that one of our metropoli metropolitan
tan metropolitan dailies gives, almost a page to a
description, of pedigreed poodles.
The American Federation of Labor
is trying to make an agreement with
( Mexican workingmen to prevent war.
Doesn't seem to the Star like work workingmen
ingmen workingmen have much influence in Mex Mex-ico.
ico. Mex-ico. '.
The transport Sumner with several
hundred refugees from t Mexico on
board is expected off the quarantine
station in Tampa bay today or tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. The people will probably be al allowed
lowed allowed to land Saturday.
We have searched the dispatches
from Washington in vain for any in indication
dication indication of the intention of our gov government
ernment government to exact satisfaction for the
murder of our soldiers who were
treacherously attacked at Carrizal.
The young men who volunteered
into the National Guard and who fail failed
ed failed to pass the examination needn't
feel cast down. They have proven
that their spirit' is willing, -even if
their flesh isn't quite strong enough.
The difference between Russia and
Germany, is that sbwly and
painfully struggling toward the light,
while Germany, having -reached the
light, has made a concerted effort to
drive the rest of. the world back to
darkness. .
Goode M. Guerry, for several years
witli the Tampa Tribune, has gone to
Jacksonville and taken a position on
the Metropolis of that city. Mr.
Guerry is one of the livest wires in
Florida journalism, and the Metrop Metropolis
olis Metropolis gains greatly by his accession to
its staff.
While Gilbert Leach is away from
Leesburg on the Lake county motor motorcade
cade motorcade to Chicago, the editorial page of
the Commercial is left out. A good
many papers would be improved by
the permanent elimination of their
editorial pages, and so far as we know
the Star is one of them.
The Dixie Highway association
vs out the information that sev sev-ral
ral sev-ral ll!red cars have already passed
??hward fr Florida over the
toru for the eastern, re re-R
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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.
Maine coast. C H. Houston, vice
president of the association, predicts
that the use of the highway by sum
mer tourists will soon be as heavy as
that by winter tourists.
The DeFuniak Springs Breeze says
that "if the people of Florida knew,
as some know, of the powers behind
the Knott contest, the political death
knell of everyone having a hand in it
would be rung." It is of no little im importance
portance importance that the people of Florida be
informed as to what these alleged
powers are. Those who have the
facts in the case should divulge them. I
Miami Metropolis. -
By all means, let the Breeze tell all
it knows. It probably doesn't know
any more than the rest of us. If it
really knew anything that would help
Catts or hurt Knott, it would be like likely
ly likely to blurt it out as quickly as pos possible.
sible. possible. The saddest event of the fourth in
Florida was the death of Charles Ed Edwin
win Edwin Garner at Atlantic Beach. He
was killed by the accidental discharge
of a gun he was making ready to use
in the celebration of the day. Garner
was one of Jacksonville's prominent
young business men. He was a son
of the late Capt. C. E. Garner, one of
the leading financiers of Jacksonville
and well known thruout the state.
P. L. Billingsiey
Ralph Billingslej
Concentrating on one car simpli simplifies
fies simplifies the problems of production
and leaves the Dodge Brothers
,free to devote themselves to a
continuous process of improve improvement.
ment. improvement. Not only to conform to the es es-tablished
tablished es-tablished Dodge Brothers stan standard,
dard, standard, but to excel it if possible
that is the rule and the order of
every working day in every de department.
partment. department.
The Gasoline Consumption is
Unsually Low
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)
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WILSON'S SPEECH A
DASH OF COLD WATER

On the
Officers and Men
of the
American Army
New York, July 4. A special from
El Paso to the New York Herald
says:
rm r a -m r Y 1
ine enect on inexicans omciais
along the border of the Mexican for foreign
eign foreign office's memorandum on the Am
erican demands, with its charges of
bad faith and duplicity, has been to
stimulate Mexican enthusiasm and
patriotism and to place Carranza on
a little bit higher pedestal in the
north than he has occupied for some
time.
The effect of President Wilson's
speech at the Press Club in New York
city Friday night on officers of the
army has been undeniably depress depressing.
ing. depressing. The aimy has been under a se severe
vere severe strain for many weeks, but until
today .there wasn't a man of the bor
der patrol who did not believe that
the end of "watchful waiting" was
nearly over and""' actual hostilities
about to begin.
The president's latest utterances
have changed all that, and although
prepartions for war goes steadily
ahead at Fort Bliss, Columbus arid
other points, there is a sudden lack
of enthusiasm that has marked the
work of gejtting ready for the last
week.
There is no doubt that the army
wants to fight. Since the Carrizal af affair
fair affair the ambition to get into action
with the Mexicans has increased a
hundredfoldnd the president's pa pacific
cific pacific speech was like ft dash of cold
water in the laces of tne men m
khaki.
See Forerunner of Note
As for the hundreds of refugees
here, most of whom are men of large
property interests in northern Mex Mexico,
ico, Mexico, their characterization of the pres president's
ident's president's statement that he is "not the
servant of those who wish to enhance
the value of their Mexican invest
ments" is unprintable.
However the president's utterances
may be received elsewhere, there is
no doubt, of their unpopularity here
and with the army. On the other
hand, Carranza's defiant memor
andum, which is -taken to be the fore forerunner
runner forerunner of his answer to the latest
note of the United States, Jias been
received enthusiastically by the Mex Mexicans
icans Mexicans everywhere. Extracts from the
president's speech were printed in
Spanish by Mexicans here and scat scattered
tered scattered broadcast in Juarez. Comments
added by the pamphleteers to the ef
fect that the "gringoes" are afraid
to fight were readily believed by the
populace, and guards along the river
bank were doubled, for it is when the
Mexicans are in this mood that they
are most dangerous.
, Reports from the south continue to
tell of the mobilization of Mexican
troops in and around Villa Ahumada.
Several thousand soldiers from Coa Coa-huila
huila Coa-huila and several of the soldiers of
the Arrieta Brothers from Durango
are reported to have arrived at Chi
huahua City, where they entrained
north. In addition, it is reported that
thirty-two French field guns of the
75-mm. type have been sent north
from Mexico City and will be at the
disposal of Gen. Trevino by the mid
dle of the week.
Supplies Into Mexico
The ; Mexicans continue to take
huge quantities of supplies across the
line from the United States and as
yet no embargo has been placed 6n
this. Custom officials and the sol
diers at bridges make the work as
slow as possible by examining the
contents of every box and bag, but
the Mexicans are patient and have
succeeded in getting everything over
that they wanted to!
.from isogaies tne report comes
that more than a thousand tons of
foodstuffs have been taken across in
the last two days. During the last
week more than twenty thousand
sacks of corn and flour have gone
over the international bridges from
this city, and great truck loads of
supplies are on this side waiting for
inspection by customs house officials.
Private dispatches received here to
day state that the bandit Villa, with
two thousand men, has "left his re
treat on the Rio Floride, southwest
of Parral, and is riding overland in
the direction of Santo Rosalia, where
he means to entrain for Chihuahua
City. These reports concerning the
movements of Villa cannot be relied
upon, but there is no doubt that all
of Villa's old generals are now in
good favor with the de facto govern
ment and that more than ten of them
have been assigned to important com
mands in the last ten days.
It is now the opinion of American
officers that the Mexicans are in as
good shape for a fight as they ever
will be. -Their mobilization has, been
almost completed, and the distribu
tion of the troops, has placed them so
that they surround the American
punitive expedition on the south, east
and west.
HAVING TROUBLE
WITH YOUR CAR?
Then bring it to me. Remedying
automobile troubles is my business,
Honest, efficient service; you pay for
tee time put in on your car only. J
A. Bouvier, Anthony road, phone
393, Ocala, Fla. 6-9-16-tf
SMALL CAR AT A BARGAIN
I have a small car (a "10" Buick)
cut dowji and in fair condition, for
sale cheap. Cash or very easy pay
ments. R. R. Carroll.

KNOTT SHOULD

BE ENCOURAGED
(Orlando Reporter-Star)
A newspaper published at DeFun DeFuniak
iak DeFuniak Springs, the home of Guberna Gubernatorial
torial Gubernatorial Aspirant Catts, is quoted as
saying there hasn't been an honest
election in Florida for many years.
This is a pretty broad statement, but
the paper goes on to cite instances of
fraud which had been discovered in
that section of -the state during the
past few years. It is jmdeniable that
circumstances indicate the truth of
the statement. The reason contests
have not been more frequent is be because
cause because of the expense and uncertainty
of such proceedings. The candidate
against whom the face of the returns
decide is as a rule in a spent condi condition,
tion, condition, both financially and physically,
and the public is generally not in a
humor to take sufficient interest in
such matters to help them along.
Hence, many injustices have been al-
owed to stand upon the face of the
returns. It is to the credit of Mr.
Knott that he has instituted recount
proceedings, and he should have the
encouragement of all good men in his
commendable decision. His action can
not injure Catts if he was honestly
nominated, for the inquiry is simply
to establish the truth.
Pure drugs, prompt service and no
substitution in our PRESCRIPTION
department. Tell your physician to
eave yours with us. The Court
harmacy. tf
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fied that Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery. Favorite
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Compound Extract
of Smart-Weed are
the best of medi
cines, and when
needed in my fam
ily 1 do not be
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pay for them.
It rrt f
ine carea oi
my household and
looking after my
children reduced
my health to
very low point and my nerves were quite
deranged. My nervous state made me
irritable and cross and 1 slept very poorly,
The 'Favorite Prescription' and 'Golden
Medical Discovery were what corrected
my reduced health..
Dr. Fierce s 'smart- W eed is what cured
my baby of cholora infantum oi the worst
form. JNo other medicine was given.
Other children in our neighborhood, under
medical attention, died oi the same troupe
while he was sick. A second child oi ininv
was also cured oi the disease. M-is. ft
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f 4
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when you take an alterative extract of
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food, or rut'ner takes tram thJ iood just
the nutriment tao biooa requires.
Pure blcxx! is essential to j;cod health
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
not only cleanses th-3 blood oi impurities.
but it increases the activity ot th3 blood
making glands, and earichs tne body with
an abundant supu'y oi uure, rich biooa
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Tanks and General Repair
Work 6
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PHONE 523
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We deliver all parcels of reasonable
weight when cash accompanies order.
Ask your doctor to leave your pre
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Careful Estimates made on all Cor
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ODD TOWN IN IOWA

Farmers Consolidate Interests,
Transact Business Profitably.
FOUNDED AND RUN BY THEM.
Though Built Fourteen Year Ago,
When Railroad Was Constructed,
Fernald Has Population of Only 100,
but Air of Mutual Interest Would
Please Any One.
Des Moines, la. Out on the prairies
of Iowa is one of the most novel towns
of the country. There is no bickering
between townspeople and rural resi
dents, as is often the case. The farm farmers
ers farmers for miles around feel perfectly free
to go to town without wearing starch
ed shirts and collars. There is an air
of mutual interest between town and
country which would gladden the heart
of any rural life expert. The reason
for this is that the town is owned by
the fanners themselves.
When he goes to town to buy a bar of
soap or a new plow the farmer buys of
himself, or rather he is a partner in the
store. When he goes to the elevator he
sells to his company the grain he has
brought in. Perhaps his next stop will
be at a bank owned and managed by
the farmers themselves.
The town is named Fernald. All of
its business enterprises are owned by
farmers living within a radius of three
or four miles. Though built fourteen
years ago, when the railroad was built,
Fernald has a population of only 100
and probably will not grow much
larger in the years to come, because of
the nearness of numerous other towns.
But this does not mean that Fernald
does not expect to grow and prosper,
for the farsighted farmers who own
the town do practically all of their
trading there instead of patronizing
mall order bouses or buying in neigh
boring towns. In fact, the town is Just
a big social center for the whole com
munity.
The town was founded by the farm
ers in order to avoid making long hauls
in delivering crops to the railroad. A
line elevator was built shortly after
the town was founded, but it was not
until about two years ago that it was
purchased by a group of farmers op operating
erating operating under the name of the Farm Farmers'
ers' Farmers' Grain company. II. S. Fleagle, the
farmer who put-through the deal, was
made manager of the elevator. The in investment
vestment investment proved a wise one, for in the
first year under the new management
the elevator paid a profit of 95 per cent
on the $5,000 capital.
The Farmers' Lumber company was
organized by four farmers with a cap capitalization
italization capitalization of $6,400. Mr. Fleagle also
manages the affairs of this company
and its $10,000 stock. Another enter enterprise
prise enterprise founded by the farmers was the
Farmers' Co-operative Mercantile com company.
pany. company. After a brief period of competi competition
tion competition the rival mercantile store was
compelled to close its doors, leaving the
management of the town and its busi business
ness business affairs entirely in the hands of
the farmers themselves.
The town's founders then establish established
ed established the Farmers Savings bank, with a
capital of $10,000. The deposits have
reached the $40,000 mark in three years.
Mr. Fleagle's ability for management
was recognized a third time when he
was made vice president of the bank.
Fernald is in Richland township, in
Storey county. Extensive use of tile
has converted the ordinary prairie land
into some of the most valuable farms
In the state.
CONVICTS FIND NEED OF SAFE.
Sing Sing Welfare League Locks Up
Its Treasures.
Ossinlng. Charles Gondorf, wire
tapper and secretary of the Mutual
Welfare league. of Sing Sing prison,
has installed a big safe In the league
quarters io hold the books and treas treasures
ures treasures safely from the fingers of league
members who might forget the honor
system and yield to temptation.
First Deputy Sergeant-at-Arms lAitz,
for several weeks assistant to Peter
Cullen, the sergeant and prison bride bridegroom,
groom, bridegroom, has resigned his post. Sergeant-at-Arms
James Green, Cullen's
successor, will appoint, an assistant to
succeed Lutz.
JOKE A SLOW BOOMERANG.
Recipient of Note Takes Up Matter
and Clerk Loses Job.
Winsted, Conn. Linus A. HIIL for
seven years a clerk In the postofllce In
Wallingford, seven months ago sent a
letter to a town official calling atten attention
tion attention to the fact that the "town clock
was on strike.
Hill Inserted the joke in a franked
envelope. The recipient took up the
matter with the postofllce department
at Washington, with the result that
Hill has been dismissed.
Finds Oxen Handy.
Findlay, O The twentieth century
rapid mode of traveling via the auto automobile
mobile automobile has nothing on Winfield S. Ra Ra-der
der Ra-der of MeComb. He owns a team of
oxen, and with them he does nearly all
his farm work. Within the past few
weeks the team has pulled eight auto automobiles
mobiles automobiles out of the mud near Rader's
home.
Four Children In a Year.
Cristo!. Tenn. Mrs. Kufus Jones of
Cairte. a oal miniir.: town in Iiussell
county. Ii:s th? distinction of having
leoni: the mother of four children
rritJiln t v. el re months. In Mar.-Ii. 1915.
twins were l;.rn tit her. and on Feb. 20
this Kv:p yer. twins vtrc ujrnhi l-.oru
to her.
Constipation and Indigestion
"I have used Chamberlain's Tablets
and must say they are the best I have
ever used for constipation and indi indigestion.
gestion. indigestion. My wife also used them for
indigestion and they did her good,"
writes Eugene S. Knight, Wilmington,
N. C. Chamberlain's Tablets are mild
and gentle in their action. Give them
a trial. You are certain to be pleased
with the agreeable laxative effect

which they produce. Obtainable ev
erywhere. Adv.
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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 customers-are
are customers-are taking advantage of the
sale now as on the opening
date.
Be sure to get your share of
ttie 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 1
same quality of goods.
Goods must be satisfactory
or your money back without
question.
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Fourth of July Party
Mrs. M. M. Little entertained her
Sunday school class at her home yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon in honor of the
"glorious fourth." There was a pro profusion
fusion profusion of red, white and blue flowers
and flags. After a flag contest names
of the signers of the Declaration of
Independence were guessed from a
list, suggestions pictured by the host hostess.
ess. hostess. The whole was entirely original
and so local as to give much interest
to those participating. There was a
spelling contest from the word flag,
each Rising letters won in the contest
for correct answers. Ice cream and
cake was served, and tiny flags were
given as souvenirs. There was piano
and violin music and then followed a
lively exchange, and forfeiting of let letters.
ters. letters. Altho some were detained at
home on account of the fain and
others were out of the city, those en enjoying
joying enjoying the class party were Mildred
Crosby, Estelle Howell, Sarah Rentz,
Marceline Allemand, Lyndon Math Mathews,
ews, Mathews, Dorothy Crawford and Olive
Whaley.
Notice to King's Daughters
The King's Daughters will meet at
the Methodist church Thursday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at 4 o'clock. All members are
urged to be present.
Mrs. W. W. Clyatt.
V -Mrs.
Fannie Anthony returned this
morning from a visit of some days to
Mrs. W. B. McDonald, in Jacksonville.
Mrs. Anthony paid several visits to
the camp at Black Point, where her
son Ned is with the Ocala company,
and she and Mrs. McDonald spent
nearly all the day yesterday there.
They witnessed the fourth of July
parade, in which the Ocala boys had a
part, and were proud of their soldier soldierly
ly soldierly appearance. The awkward boys
who volunteered only two weeks ago
are keeping their places in the line
with their better trained comrades.
Mrs. Anthony said, with a note of re regret,
gret, regret, that there are no Ocala Rifles
any more; that the company is only
known by its letter and number, a cog
in" Uncle Sam's mighty fighting ma machine.
chine. machine. A hundred and twenty-one of
the men, her boy among them, passed
all the examinations, and are ready to
go. at the call, which may come today
or tomorrow, or any day. Several
others have not done so well, but will
be kept at the camp, and trained for
the next line of troops. Only a few
failed to pass, and they will be sent
horned George Davis failed to pass,
on account of his eyesight, but while
he had to give up his rifle he was
bound to serve, anyhow; so he" went
in the hospital corps. Mrs. Anthony
and Mrs. McDonald took diner at the
camp yesterday. They ate plain sol soldier
dier soldier fare and found that it was very
good. Mrs. Anthony says the Marion
county boys are a healthy, happy-?
looking set, and one that their home home-folks
folks home-folks may well be proud of.
A fishing party consisting of Mr.
and Mrs. A. A. Winer, Mr. and Mrs.
J. P. Phillips, Mrs. Swilley, Mrs.
Banks, Freddie Winer, Dexter and
Sam Phillips, spent the fourth of
July at one of the lakes east of the
Oklawaha. They caught quite a num number
ber number of fish and had a pleasant day.
Mrs. John Taylor, at her. pretty

home by the lake, tomorrow,, will en entertain
tertain entertain a spend the day party, Consist Consisting
ing Consisting of Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk, and
Misses Annie Atkinson, Mary Wyatt
Galbraith, Alice Bullock, Eugenia
Fuller and Virginia Sistrunk.
'
Mr. and Mrs. 'W. J. Hilands, promi prominent
nent prominent people of Ocala, are in the city,
the guests of Mr. W. S. Hilands, a
well known capitalist of New York
City. They are at the Mason. Mr.
Hilands Sr. is a firm believer in Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. Jacksonville Metropolis.

Mrs. Charles D. Hulbert received

the members of the Areme club of O.

E. S. yesterday afternoon. The guests

enjoyed- the afternoon with fancy

work and a service of ices. St. Pe

tersburg Independent.

Mr. and Mrs. A. D. McMullen, of

Tampa, passed thru Ocala yesterday

in their car, on their way to. Talla

hassee. They will stop on their re

turn next week for a visit to friends

here. '.

' ."'.

Mrs. Delbert Haskell was in the

city from Belleview this morning

Mrs. Haskell says that the City of

Oaks had the best sort of a fourth

of July.

. ;

Miss Frances Tarver and her

charming guesf, Miss Alcander Tar Tarver
ver Tarver of Augusta, Ga., went today to

Fort McCoy, to visit friends.

Foster and Henry Floyed, two

bright-looking boys from Albany, Ga

are in the city, guests of their sister.

Mrs. R. Hayes Purdom.

Mr. Wilbur Cleveland, manager of
the Hotel Kibler in Lakeland, and one
of the live young hotel men of the

state, is in town, visiting his parents

Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Cleveland.

Mrs. Waldo Hartman and little son
have been in Ocala several days on a

visit to her mother, Mrs. W. P. Gun

ter. Gainesville Sun.

Dr. Blitch and Miss Legie were in

town today from Blitchton. Dr. Blitch

says that his youngest son, Loonis,

believes in Columbia after graduat

ing at Columbia College, Lake City,
he has gone to New York for a

course at Columbia University.

Fish Fry and Picnic Supper
Mr. R. F. Kleiser entertained about

wenty-five of his friends at a fish fry

and picnic supper Monday night at

his home at Yalaha on Lake Harris,

given for Mrs. Dr. Bussy of Georgia,
who is the guest of her daughter,
Mrs. Raymond James, and Mrs. Fred

Weihe, who is the guest of her

ister, Mrs. Frank Durand. All pres

ent spent a most enjoyable evening,
and Mr. Kleiser proved to be an ex excellent
cellent excellent host.

Mrs. Caroline Moorhead visited the

canning club girls of Mcintosh Tues-

ay afternoon.

Mrs. J. A. Wiggins of Mcintosh has

been in the city this week, the guest

cf her sister, Mrs. Joseph Malever.

Mrs. Vernon Clyatt of Fort Meade,

who has been the guest of Mrs. W. W.

Clyatt, returned to her home in that

city today.

Miss Ruby Birt of Melrose is the

guest of her cousin, Miss Dorothy

Webber.

Mrs. George Earle Yancey came up

rom Candler today for a brief visit

o her Ocala friends.

Mrs. W. W. Harriss is visiting

friends at Savannah and Tybee.

A five passenger Reo car, electric

starter and lights fully equipped and
in fine condition throughout. Cash

or 'easy terms. Apply to R. R. Car

roll, Star Office.

EXCURSION TO VALDOSTA, MA

CON AND ATLANTA BY
G. S. & F.

Mrs. J. C. Caldwell and children are

isiting friends in Jacksonville.

EO TOURING CAR FOR SALE

The annual personally conducted

excursion to Valdosta, Macon and At-

anta over the Georgia Southern &

lorida Railway will be operated on

Saturday, July 18th.

The round trip rate from Jackson

ville to Valdosta will be $2, to Macon

$4 and to Atlanta $6. The rate from

iampton to Valdosta will be $2.25, to

Macon $4.50, to Atlanta $6.50; from

alatka to Valdosta $2.50, to Macon

$4.50, and to Atlanta $6.50. Tickets

will be honored on trains leaving

acksonville at 7:10 and 7:40 p. m.

These trains will be equiped with

through coaches for Valdosta, Macon
and Atlanta. Returning tickets will

be honored on any regular train ar

riving at original starting point be-

ore midnight July 23.

W. K. LANE, M. D., Prysician and

Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,

lorida. tf

AH of the July Magazines.
A new and complete line of the la latest
test latest fiction.
The prettiest line of BirthDay and
Greeting Cards in Ocala at reason reasonable
able reasonable prices.
New York, Savannah, Atlanta and
Florida Daily and Sunday News Newspapers
papers Newspapers on Sale.
Special attention given to Subscrip Subscription
tion Subscription Business
Cigars, Tobacco and
Fancy Candies
GERIG'S NEWS STORE
One Door East of M. & C. Nation National
al National Bank

Mclvcr & MacKay

UNDERTAKERS and EM DAL HERS

PHONES 47, 104 05
OCALA FLORIDA.

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ITS A MIGHTY SLIM CHANCE

that insects have in a home where
FENOLE is used.
FENOLE stands alone as the in in-sectide
sectide in-sectide that "Hits them where
they live," and puts them out of
business without regard to class,
color or size.
FENOLE is to be used anywhere
and everywhere in the home; the
insect hidden away in the darkest
corner or the deepest fold of car carpet,
pet, carpet, bedding, or clothing, has no
more chance for his life than his
fellow bug who risks it in the
open."

rENOLE IS SOLD IN OCALA BY
Marion Hardware Co.
Ollie Mordis
Court Pharmacy.
Tyding's Drug Co.
Smith Grocery Co.
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.

CHERO-COLA is sold
on!rin the original bottle,
sterilized, sealed and labeled
at the plant.
Each, bottle is filled by
machinery the syrup and
carbonated water are accu accurately
rately accurately measured by machin machinery,
ery, machinery, therefore you get the
same uniform pleasing fla flavor
vor flavor in every bottle, which
is" absolutely impos-

rvhn(TV -wth th
LSUyS nrdinarv soda

KTIOWS it fountain method.

ftryintMO You can get your CHERO"

a Straw" at Soda Fountains
and other Refreshment
Stands
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Everybody knows
it by its name.

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'RIZES FOR THE BEST
LABOR-SAVING DEVICE

The home economics committee of

the Ocala Woman's Club will again
offer prizes at the Marion County
Fair for the best home-made labor labor-saving
saving labor-saving devices. The prizes will be as

follows:

$3 for the best fireless cooker.
$3 for the best article of another

kind.

$1 each as second prizes.
Since the prize for the best fireless

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.

A. C. L. SCHEDULE

Trains of the Atlantic Coast Lone

will arrive and depart in Ocala at the

following times:

No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters

burg, 2:18-2:25 a. m.

No. 38, St. Petersburg to Jackson

ville, 2:25 a. m.

No. 10, Leesburg to Jacksonville,

5:40 a. rru

No. 151, Ocala to Wilcox, Monday,

Wednesday and Friday, 6:10 a. m.

No. 35, Ocala to Lakeland (Sunny-

jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur

day, 6:40 a. m.

No. 141, Wilcox, Gainesville and

Palatka to Ocala, 11:15 a. m.

No. 40, St. Petersburg to Jackson Jackson-rille,
rille, Jackson-rille, 12:54-1:14 p. m.
No. 48, Homosaesa to Ocala, 1:05

p. m.

No. "49, Ocaia to Homosassa, 2:25

p. m.

No. 33, Jacksonville to St. Peters

burg, 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-

jirr), ?j"uesday, Thursday and Satur

day, a: 50 p. m.

SEABOARD LOCAL SCHEDULE

mm.

FOR FLO RIDA PEOPLE

PERSONALLY CONDUCTED

ALL EXPENSES PAID

Canadian Eastern Tour
Leaving Jacksonville July 17th
- TOTAL COST $140.00
Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain,
Mammoth Cave, Louisville, Cincinatti,
Detroit. .Buffalo, Niagra Falls, Toronto
Montreal, Boston, New York, Philadelphia -;
Baltimore, Washington, Annapolis, Savannah,
And many other places by Rail and Sail.

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California and the Golden Wes

THROUGH TWENTY STATES OVER 8,000 MILES
Leaving Jacksonville July 25!h.
TOTAL COST $225.00
Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain Chicago,
Milwaukee, The Great Lakes, Omaha, Denver,
Colorado Springs, Cripple Creek, Seven Falls,
Cheyene Canyon, Garden of Gods, Pjke's Peak,
Royal Gorge, Continental Divide, Salt Lake City,
Yellowstone National Park, Ogden, San Francisco,
Big Trees, Los Angeles, Passadena, Santa Catalina,
' San Diego, California Interantional Exposition
GRAND CANYON
Albuquerque, Kansas City, St. Louis and Nashville."

For detailed information write or call on
. W. B. GATE, Manager
MADISON FLORIDA
J. A. VON DOHLEN, Florida Passenger Agent.
- .124 W. Bay SU Jacksonville, Florida

'"S "j

mJm

I iff JS 'vjfi i'lii &Ui

Southbound
No. 9 Leaves Jacksonville 1:35 p.

m.; Ocala 4:30 p. m.; arrives Tampa

7:50 p. m.

No. 1 Leaves Jacksonville 9:30 p.
m.; Ocala $1.45 a. m.; arrives St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg 10 a. m.
No. 3 Leaves Jacksonville 9:15 a.
m.; Ocala 12:40 p. m.; arrives St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg 8:05 p. m.
Northbound
No. 10 Leaves Tampa 1 p. m.;
Ocala 4:12 p. m.; arrives Jacksonville
7:15 p. m.
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.

1 AVIIE S

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"The Tire Man

g Service car always ready for tire
2 .rouble on the road. Fisk and Hood
H Tires and Tubes. All orders prorapt-
iy filled.
24 N. 3IAGNOLIA STREET

Ocala, Fla.

T'hones 43876

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The pride of our store is our
PRESCRIPTION service. None but
purest drugs used and no substitution
permitted. The Court Pharmacy, tf

PLUMBING AND
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING

When you have plumbing or elec electrical
trical electrical contracting let us furnish you
estimates. No job too large and none
to small. H. W. Tucker. tf

BIG TOURLNG CAR FOR SALE

I have a large, five-passenger, 40 40-horsepewer.
horsepewer. 40-horsepewer. touring car; just been
thoroughly overhauled, tires, top, up upholstering
holstering upholstering and all working partn in
first clas3 condition. A bargain; eash

r.r time. R. R. Carroll, Ocala, Fla.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1916

OCALA OCCURRENCES

Masons rn.et Thursday evening;
Fresh set vis of all
Ocala Seed fcJtore,
idnd3
at the
' tt
Mr. R. S. Hall left today for a brief
business trip to New York.
At the meeting of the Odd Fellows
last night, Messrs. Vf. II. Pegram and
T. D. Lancaster were instructed in
the lessons of tlie initiatory degree.
The furniture and fixtures are be being
ing being placed in the .library todayi and
during the next few days the books
will be cataloged and put", in the
cases.
W have u r.ew perfume, Bouquet
Dozira, a ine lasting extract, $2 per
ounce. Ceng's?. tf
The
ri4rt ft ah of Aifl iff nni
rRESCRIFIION service. None but
purest drugs used and no substitution
permitted. The Court Pharmacy, tf
Pure drugs, prompt service and no
fcubstitution in our PRESCRIPTION
department. Tell your physician to
leave yours with us. The Court
Pharmacy. : tf

RILY TW1 WEffiS

In Which to Win the
Magnificent Library of
lt)2 Volumes
To Be Given Away in a

ibrarv Voting Contest

Below will be found tie name9 of
make this most popular and liberal
some case will be given by vote to the
Ocala, or vicinity, securing the largest

manner: ,V'--'
The business firms listed below give with each TEN CENT PURCHASE,
One Vote. The contest began March,29, 1916 and ends Saturday, July 22.
1916. at 9 d. m. v : ",

The ballot box has been placed at
can be deposited. At the close oi the

, lodge navmg wie largest numuer oj. vuies win ue awaruea me iiDrary. vur
rent accounts when paid will be entitled to votes.
REMEMBER Votes can only be secured by trading: with the firms list

ed below. Each-week the Ocala Daily

standing of the various contestants.
The library and case are now on exhibition in the show window ef
E. T. Helvenston's dry goods store.
' Insist upon getting Free Coupons andhelp your favorite lodge, school,
society, or church win a handsome library of reference, standard and po poetical
etical poetical works, including, a variety of the latest fiction. DO YOUR DUTY.
IT'S UP TO YOU X
In case of a tie vote the library will be evenly divided.
Following, is the list of firms:

The Court
Pharmacy
Pure Drugs
0. A. WATERMAN
The Haberdasher
Clothing and Shoes

Wo tt lSHTlTheus, Bros.

Fresh & Salt Meats
j; E. ALLEMAB1D
JEWELRY
If it comes from Allemand
Its Good
Mleclt Millinery
;PARLOR
Above Helvenston's
Hair Goods a Specialty
IEMPLE THEATRE
. THE HOME OF
PARAMOUNT PICTURES
T. W. Troxler
CONFECTIONERY
ICE CREAM
and CIGARS
OCALA MARBLE WORKS
MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES
and
CEMETERY WORK
CAR" E'liilIRL
: IBA'IKIEIR Yrv.
The Home of Good
Bread and Pastry
OCALA STAR
If
DAILY AND WEEKLY
The Best Advertising Medium
In Central Florida
GET OUR PRICES ON JOB WORK

I

The Star was pleased today to
make the acquaintance of Albert
Thomas of Mcintosh, one of the
smart corn club boys, who was being
shown around by Mr. J William Gist.
Ve are glad to see the corn club boys
being encouraged. When we raised
corn forty years ago, nobody formed
a club for us, but if we didn't keep
weeds out of the rows there was al always
ways always somebody to take a club to us.
Two of the clerks in the clothing
department of Rheinauer & company's
store wjill,be treated to free coca-cola
in bottles if they will call at the Em Empire
pire Empire Cafe and present this advertise
ment. The Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling
Works. It
Roy Galloway, who went to Au Augusta,
gusta, Augusta, Ga., a few weeks ago, enlisted
in the Richmond Hussars, one of the
oldest cavalry organizations in the
South, and is new with the company
at Macon.
Dr. and Mrs. H. Gatrell of Fairfield
were in the city today and left at
noon for New York City, where they
will spend a month.
ADVERTISE IN THE STAR.
the progressive firms of Ocala wh.
offer. This elegant library and hand
lodge, ; society, church or school in
number of votes in the following
the Court Pharmacy; where the votes.
contest the church, -society, school or
and Weekly Star will announce the
E. T. Heivenston
Dry Goods & Shoes
O. EC.
Teapot Grocery
Staple and Fancy Groceries
FURNITURF
Stoves and Queensivare
The Commercial Bank
Of Ocala
Will give 10 votes on Every $1 on
Saying Deposit
Ocala Steam Laundry
WE, WASH
PALM BEACH SUITS
WITH IVORY SOAP
David S. Welch
Lumber and Building Material
- Mill Work a Specialty
Perkin's PIace
THE ARCADE BARBER SHOP
and
POOL ROOM
Herbert Lattner
Grand, Inverted Grand
And Player-Pianos
, F.-CpMoi
AUTO SUPPLIES,
SPORT GOODS. BICYCLES
GOOD YEAR TIRES
Empire
Cafe
For Ladies and Gentlemen
Short Orders Meals 35c
B. B. BAUM, Prop.

MRS. M. A. TUCKE

After several days of sickness, Mrs.
Mary A. Tucke passed away Tuesday
afternoon, at her little home on East
Fort King avenue. She was nursed
thru her last days by her niece, Mrs.
Allen of Louisburg, N. C, who arriv arrived
ed arrived when it became apparent to the
neighbors that Mrs. Tucke's condi condition
tion condition was- critical. -..'".
The funeral took place at the home
this morning, Rev. J. G. Glass offi officiating.
ciating. officiating. Interment was made in
Greenwood, and where the remains
were laid by the side of Mrs. Tucke's
husband, who died about eight years
ago. ;
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Tucke came here
from North Carolina perhaps thirty
years ago. They lived very quietly at
their little home out on Fort King,
and were known to comparatively
few.
LAKE WEIR
Lake Weir, July 5. Mrs. Borden
and Mrs. Burgess of Ocala are oc occupying
cupying occupying one of the Carson cottages
for a week or ten days.
Miss-Kate Scott and Miss Cather Catherine
ine Catherine Henry will leave for Roanoke and
Staunton, Va on the 18th to visit
friends and relatives the balance of
the summer.
The Davis family from Zuber have
taken one of the Connor cottages for
a month or perhaps longer. For the
past three summers they have oc occupied
cupied occupied the same cottage and have a
reunion of. the sisters and brothers
and their families which makes quite
a large family, there being six
brothers and sisters who come to together
gether together every summer to enjoy the
fine fishing and bathing on Lake
Weir. T
Otis Green, Bob Chase and George
Moyer of Ocala are camping on the
Turnley lot and between hunting dry
wood for the camp fire and drying the
bedding after so many hard storms,
the boys don't have -much time for
fishing and other sports.
Friends of Mrs. R. L. Martin will
be interested to know she is nojy in
Louisville; Ky., with her sister, Mrs.
M. Terry. In a letter she spoke of
the enthusiasm of the people over
the drilling and departure of the
state troops there, ten; thousand peo people
ple people being on the grounds to see them
off for the Mexican border.
The friends of Mrs. J. Carstens of
Ocala and her sister, Miss Sara Ag Ag-new
new Ag-new of Jacksonville, will be pleased to
know they.will arrive in a week or
ten days .to spend the remainder of
the summer at their old home on the
lake. 5
Mr. Harold Meade and family of
Ocala will occupy one of the Henry
cottages for the next two months.
Take Rexall liver salts for
tired, lazy feeling. Gerig's
that
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JREO TOURING CAR FOR SALE
A five passenger Reo car, electric
starter and lights fully equipped and
in fine condition throughout. Cash
or easy terms. Apply to R. R. Car Carroll,
roll, Carroll, Star Office.
EXCURSION TO VALDOSTA, MA MACON
CON MACON AND ATLANTA BY
G. S. & F.
The annual personally conducted
excursion to Valdosta, Macon and At
lanta over the Georgia Southern &
Florida Railway will be operated on
Saturday, July 18th. ;
The round trip rate from Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville to Valdosta' will be $2, to Macon
$4 and to Atlanta $6. The rate from
Hampton to Valdosta will be $2.25, to
Macon.SO, to Atlanta $6.50; from
Palatka to Valdosta $2.50, to Macon
$4.50, and to Atlanta $6.50. Tickets
will be honored on trains leaving
Jacksonville at 7:10 and 7 :40 p. m.
These trains will be equiped with
through coaches for Valdosta, Macon
and Atlanta. Returning tickets will
be honored on any regular train ar arriving
riving arriving at original starting point be before
fore before midnight July 23.
A. C. L. SCHEDULE
Trains of the Atlantic Coast Line
will arrive and depart in Ocala at the
following times:' v.
No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters
burg, 2:18-2:25 a. m.
No. 38,' St. Petersburg to Jackson
ville, 2:25 a. ih.
No. 10, Leesburg to Jacksonville,
5:40 a. m. '.. ....
No. '51, Ocala to Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 6:10 a. m.
No. 35, Ocala to Lakeland (Sunny
jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day, 6:40 a. m.
No. 141, Wilcox, Gainesville and
Palatka to Ocala, 11:15 a. m.
No. 40, St. Petersburg to Jackson
Ule, 12:54-1:14 p. m.
No. 4S, Homosassa to Ocala, 1:05
m.
No. 49, Ocala to Homdsassa, 2:25
p. m.
"No. 33: Jacksonville to St. Peters-
l urg, 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), luesday, Thursday and Satur
day, y-SO p. in.
BIG TOURING CAR FOR SALE
I have a large, five-passenger, 40 40-horsepower
horsepower 40-horsepower touring car; just been
thoroughly overhauled, tires, top, up upholstering
holstering upholstering and all working parts in
first class condition." A bargain; cash
f;r time. R. R. Carroll,' Ocala, Fla.

ELKS CLUB LEADS AND
HIGH SCHOOL IS SECOND

In
the Merchants' Library Contest
Which Grows in Interest
Each Week
Here they are once more. Look
them over and then decide at once to
work and help your favorite organiza organization
tion organization win the valuable library of one
hundred and two volumes and four
sections of book cases, which are on
display at Helvenston's store.
There are several organizations
working with a determination to win
this fine collection of books and any
of them would appreciate your help.
Why not give them a little assist assistance?
ance? assistance? It would be no trouble to you
as all you have to do to help some
church, lodge, school j or society win,
is to do your trading' at the business
houses who give library votes. The
names of the merchants and business
firms who give these valuable coupons
with every ten cent purchase may be
seen in the advertising columns of
the Star.
All the contestants realize the fact
that they will have to work-incessantly
and keep their members and friends
enthused all the time: until the close
of this popular contest if they want
to be successful and be the proud
possessors' of this magnificent library
as this is not a one-sided affair and
the winner will have to work in order
t : come out on top.
Always remember the votes are
collected once a week. The judges
again request that "when large num numbers
bers numbers of ballots are deposited that they
be pinned or in some manner fastened
together.
Thfi official judges counted the
votes again this week and submit the
following: x
B. P. O. Elks.. .. ...... .'. .276,288
Ocala High School ......... .270,748
Ocala Public Library ... . . .253,519
Mcintosh Public School ..... 65,002
Fessenden Academy ........ 10,549
Anthony Public School .... . 29,348
Reddick Public School 17,948
Citra Public School ....... . 16,723
Belleview Public School . ... 12,435
Ocala Presbyterian church ... 7,920
Ocala Woman's Club ........ 11,852
Ocala Masonic, Lodge ....... 11,940
Ocala Methodist church ..... 13,141
Ocala Commercial Club ..... 16,357
Ocala Lodge K. of P.. ...... 16,660
Oklawaha Public School ..... 6,620
Sparr Public School ........ 4,589
Ocala Christian Church .... .... 2,975
Orange Lake Public School... 615
SEABOARD LOCAL SCHEDULE
Southbound
No. 9 Leaves Jacksonville 1:35 p.
m.; Ocala 4:30 p. m.; arrives Tampa
7:50 p. m.
No. 1 Leaves Jacksonville 9:30 p.
m.; Ocala $1.45, a. m.; arrives St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg 10 a. m.
No. 3 Leaves Jacksonville 9:15 a.
m.; Ocala 12:40 p. m.; arrives St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg 8:05 p. m.
Northbound
No. 10 Leaves Tampa 1 p. m.;
Ocala 4:12 p. m.; arrives Jacksonville
7:15 p. m.
No. 2 -Leaves St. Petersburg 4:30
p. m.; 'Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrives Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville 6:45 a. m;
No. 4 Leaves Tampa 9 a. m.; Ocala
1 p. m.; arives Jacksonville 5:25 p. m.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
Diarrhoea Remedy
and
Every family without exception
should keep this preparations at hand
during the hot weather of the summer
months; Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy is worth many
times its cost when needed and is al
most certain to be needed before the
summer is over. It has no superior
tor the purposes for which it is in intended.
tended. intended. Buy it now. Obtainable ev everywhere.
erywhere. everywhere. Adv.
Store and bank -win-clows
should be pro protected
tected protected with good wire
guards. We make
them for every pur purpose
pose purpose including cages,
partitions, etc.
Strong galvanized wire
is used, combining neat-
witfc durability.
Write for prioea,
Vulcan Iron Works
FAMILY AVOIDS
SERIOUS SICKNESS
Bj Being Constantly Supplied WitL
Thedfcrd's Black-DrangLt
McDuff, Va."I suffered for several
years," says Mrs. J. B. Whittaker, ol
lliis place, "with sick headache, and
stomach trouble.
Ten years ago a friend told me to trj
Thedford's Black-Draught, which 1 did,
and I found it to be the best family medi medicine
cine medicine for young and old.
I keep Black-Draught on hand all the
time now, and when my children feel a
tittle bad, they ask me for a dose, and it
does them more good than any medicine
they ever tried.
. We never have a long spell of sick sickness
ness sickness in our family, since we commenced
using Black-Draught."
Thedford's Black-Draueht is oureW
vegetable, and has been found to regu regulate
late regulate weak stomachs, aid dieestion. re
lieve indigestion, colic, wind, nausea,
headache, sick stomach, and similai
symptoms.
It has been in constant use for more
than 70 years, and has benefited more
han a million people.
Your druesist selU and recommendi
Black-Draught i Price only 25c. Get a
mcirajee todav. U.CUX

I STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF

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At the close of. business June 30th, 1916. Condensed from report to the
Comptroller of the Currency

Loans and Discounts, Marion County Warrants and

Stock in Federal Reserve Bank, of Atlanta
U. S. Bonds to Secure Circulation -....
Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures ..-.
Other Real Estate Owned . ... ....... .... ...
Cash on Hand .-..-. .... . .... ;

TOTAL
Capital Stock Fully Paid
Surplus (Earned)
Undivided Profits
Circulation v . ... ...
Bond Account .
Deposits ... ...
TOTAL

: DEPOSITS June 30th, 1915 . . ...
DEPOSITS June 30th, 1916
I Increase One Year

ARE YOU RHEUMATIC ?
Many Pangs hat Pass for Rheuma
tism are Really Due to Weak
Kidneys
Is it rheumatism?
Not every pain is.
Weak kidneys let uric acid collect.
Uric acid causes many queer pains
In the thigh it's sciatica;
In the back, lumbago;
In the nerves, neuritis. -Gout,
gravel, dropsy are uric trou troubles.
bles. troubles.
When you suspect the kidneys, use
Doan's Kidney Pills
The home-recommended remedy.
Ocala testimony is the best proof.
. Read this Ocala woman's story.
. Mrs. S. E. Fraser, 104 Fifth street,
Ocala, says: "I have used Doan's
Kidney Pills and they have always
given the best of satisfaction. My kid kidneys
neys kidneys were out of order and I was very
dizzy. At times I couldn't get about,
owing to rheumatic pain across the
small of my back. I had other kidney
troubles as well.' I used Doan's Kid Kidney
ney Kidney Pills and they brought me im immediate
mediate immediate relief."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pillsthe same that
Mrs. Fraser had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Frops., Buffalo, W. Y. Adv. 41
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily; Open night
and day. Merchant's Cafe. tf
L
ORDEIJ OF EASTEKN fcTAR
Oeala Chapter, No. 29, O. E.
meets at Yonge' hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of eacb
month at 7 SO o'clock.
Mrs. Myrtle G. Kramer. W. M.
Mrs. Lillian Bimmoins, Secy.
OCALA LODGE NO. ZS5, B. P. O. E.
Ocaia Lodge "So. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Ordex of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Huesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting" breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club .house
opposite postoffice, east side.
!. H. von Engelken, E. R.
D. S, Williams, Sec'y.
KNIGHT8 OF PYTHIAS-
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Convention
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisl
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. W. M. Gober, C C-
Chas. K. Sage. K, of R. 8. A3
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F
meets every Tuesday evening in the
Odd Fellows' hall on the third floor of
the Star office building at 8 o'clock
promptly. A warm welcome always
extended. 1 3 visiting brothers.
Lu E. Yonce, N. G.
W. L. Colbert. Secretary.
r
CHAPTKJ NO. IS, R. A. St.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
8 p.m. A. E. Burnett, H. P.
Jake Brown. Sec'y.
JIARION-DUNN I C LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. 4
A.. M meets on the first and third
Thursday evening" of each month a:
8:00 o'clock, until farther notice.
h C Webb, W. M.
Jake Brown, secretary. Ad
WOOP31JS3I UP TIIE WOIUiIj
Fon King" Camp No. 14 dbets at
the K. of P. iall at 7:30 p. m. every
second and fourth Friday. Visitin
sovereigns are always welcome.
J. -W. Lamar, C a
Chas- E. Saje. Qerk.

OCA

OI Ocala. Florida
ACTIVE U. S. DEPOSITARY

RESOURCES
.
LIABILITIES
in
...
.
.

WHITE STAR ONE
TOAMFEM H -STORAGE
Teams for Rent light and Heavy Hauling -Moving, Packing

SAXON
Motor Cars
BEAVER
Wall Board
Collier Bros.

THE WIMIDgOl MOTEL

JACKSONVILLE

x& the Heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modem convenience in. each room. Dining room service la
second to none.
RATES From ?1.50 per day per person to ?6.00.

ROBERTM. MEYER,
Proprietor.
STANDING COM3HTTEES
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.
JudiciaryJ. M. Meffert, chairman;
J. J. Gerig, D. E. Mclver.
Street D. E. Mclver, chairman; D.
W. Tompkins, W. A. Knight.
Fire J. J. Gerisr, chairman; J M.
Meffert, G. A. Nash.
PolUe W. A. Knight, chairman; G.
A. Nash, H. M. Weathers.
Market H. M. Weathers, chair chairman;
man; chairman; 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. Maf Maf-fert.
fert. Maf-fert. Building H. M. Weathers, chair chair-man;
man; chair-man; H. A. Fausett, D. E. Mclver.
Biliousness and Stomach Trouble
"Two years ago I suffered from fre frequent
quent frequent attacks of stomach trouble and
biliousness," writes Miss Emma Ver Ver-bryke,
bryke, Ver-bryke, Lima, Ohio. "I could eat very
little food that agreed with me and I
became so dizzy and sick at my
stomach at times that I had to take
hold of something to keep from fall falling.
ing. falling. Seeing Chamberlain's Tablets
advertised I decided to try them. I
improved rapidly." Obtainable every
where. Adv.
Try Bouquet Dozira perfume, $2
per ounce, at'Gerig's. tf.

iLyQiiiLiiLu

Securities .$350,265.51
2,700.00
.... 75,000.00
40,000.00
1,022.20
- 136,834.65
......605,822.36
$ 75,000.00
15,000.00
4,258,35
74,100.00
1,000.00
... 436,464.01
.-.$605,822.36
.
...$322,031.40
$436,464.01. t
$114,432.61
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Lillua
WATE1
Phone . 296
FLORIDA
J. E. K AVANAUGH
Manager.
UNCLASSIFIED ADS,
12 POUNDS SUGAR $1 Seven
cakes Grandma Soap 2oc, Seven cakes
Export Soap 25c. All canned goods at
cost for CASH until July 20th to
make room for new pack. Counts
Grocery Company. 5-tf
WANTED If we are not now doing
your pressing and cleaning we want
an opportunity to prove our first-class
service. Just call phone THIRTEEN
and let U3 send for it. J. T. Clay Clayton.
ton. Clayton. 7-4-Ct
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-Ct
FOR RENT A well located cottage
cf five rooms, three blocks from the
sfiuare; all modern conveniences. Ap Apply
ply Apply to R. R. Carroll, Star office, tf
FOR SALE I want to sell one' pair
cf good sound mules. E. EL McLin. tf
FOR RENT A 5-room cottage with
gas, electric lights, screens and bath,
located on South. 1st street. Furnish Furnished
ed Furnished or unfurnished. Reduced rates for
summer. Mrs. E. Van Hood, phone
164. 6-22



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