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OCA'LA, FLORIDA, fIiDAY, JULY 7. 1916
VOL. 22, NO. 164
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French and British Busy on the
TEUTONS MAKING A FIERCE RESISTANCE, AND FIGHTING ALL
ALONG THE LINE IS TERRIFIC
EASTERN FROfiT CAUSE TEUTOtIS TO
V FROM BEFORE
London, July 7. A Rome wireless
says that word has been received
from Petrograd that the Germans
have begun moving backward on the
whole eastern front as' the result of
defeats in Riga, Kolki and Barano
London, July 7. The second phase
of the great battle on the western
front has begun. Allied artillery is
battering the Germans as far north
as LaBassee and Armentieres. The
British official report this morning re records
cords records the resumption of the offensive
by allied infantry in some sectors, but
just where the brunt of the second
blow will fall is still uncertain.
The British claim the capture of a
German trench one thousand yards
long east of LaBoiselle. There has
beeji violent fighting near Ancre, the
Germans attacking heavily. The Ger-
- mans made some gains near Thiepval,
he report says.
is reported that the Germans
e been-compelled to withdraw some
the forces in front of Verdun.
The Russians continue actively on
Qie offensive on the eastern fronts.
The army in Bukowina is pursuing
the Austrians in an effort to com completely
pletely completely and decisively defeat them.
Heavy blows are being dealt at Kovel.
The Russians are on the offensive
from Riga to Baranovichi. There is
a heavy bombardment in progress
from Riga to Dvinsk, and infantry at attacks
tacks attacks from Vilna to Baranovichi. A
great battle is raging near Smorgon.
a german squadron came
Berlin, July 7. It is officially an announced
nounced announced that the British steamer
Lestris was seized as a prize near the
English coast by a "portion of the
German high sea fleet."
GERMANS LOST 21 SHIPS
London, July 7. Vice-Admiral Jel Jel-licoe,
licoe, Jel-licoe, in a lengthy official report of
. the Jutland battle on May 31st, places
iithe probable loss of the German fleet
at twenty-one ships and gives the
British losses as fourteen ships. He
expresses the opinion that the Ger German
man German losses probably were greater.
LIST OF BOOKS
FOR THE LIBRARY
NIGHT Ai DM
Epidemic in New York ; City is Thin Thinning
ning Thinning the Children
. (Associated Press)
New York, July 7. Twenty-two
children, nineteen in Brooklyn, died
here during the twenty-four hours
ending at 10 o'clock this morning.
There are eighty-seven new cases in
the city, state federal authorities who
are fighting the disease.
And a Number of Passengers Badly
Injured in a Mississippi
The books purchased for the library
by the board number 184. Mrs. Ford
Rogers has given a sufficient number
of volumes to make the total new
books 200. These include: a diction
ary of English literature, dictionary
of biography, Age of Fable, diction dictionary
ary dictionary of quotations, 18,000 Words Often
Mispronounced, synonyms and anton
yms, four volumes of philosophy and
mindl study, eight religion and church,
12 sociology, education, law, customs,
two philosophy, 10 science, 10 useful
arts, six fine arts and music, six
amusements, 25 poetry, essays, ora
tory, drama,, six Shakspere, 45 fiction,
20 biography and history, 15 travel,
TRIED TO TRAP
Field Headquarters, Colonia Dub-
Ian, Chihuahua, July 4, via Motor
Courier to Columbus, N. M., July 7.
Three hundred Carranza cavalrymen
attempted to ambush a' scouting pa
trol of twenty American cavalry
ncrth of Guerrero recently and only
by skillful maneuvering did the Am
erican commander save his detach detachment,
ment, detachment, it was learned here today. The
incident occurred shortly after Gen
eral Trevino notified General Pershing
he would regard any movement of
jnerican troops other than north
ward as hostile.
Hattiesburg, Miss., July 7. The en
gineer and fireman were killed and
many passengers are reported hurt,
when a northbound Gulf & Ship Isl
and passenger train was wrecked near
Bond, Miss., south of here, this morn
ing. It is reported v that all coaches
except one overturned.
AN IMMENSE ACREAGE
And a Tremendous Yield of Corn and
Wheat this Year in
Washington, July "l. The depart
ment of agriculture estimates the
corn acreage of the United States this
season at 108,620,000 acres. The con
dition of the crop is 82 per cent. The
condition of the spring wheat crop is
89 per cent. The wheat yield is esti
mated at 759,000,000 bushels.
Mr. J. C. Johnson, who has had
charge of the big farm of Mr. W. M.
Gist south of the city, has purchased
what is. known as the Gary hammock
east of the golf links 26 acres all
tcld. Mr. Johnson will at once begin
the erection of a two-story residence
and will clear a large part of the
hammock, thus bringing under culti
vation more of the virgin lands around
the city. Mr. Johnson own3 a forty-
acre tract adjoining that just pur purchased.
chased. purchased. He will develop a model farm
SMALL CAR BARGAIN
I have for sale the John Dozier two-
cylinder Maxwell. This car is in per
fect condition in every respect and
almost as good as new. I consider this
car the best light, two-passenger used
car in the county.' Delivery within a
week. See me quick if you want it.
7 7tf R. R. Carroll.
BY THE WIND
Maki It Difficult to Obtain Details of
I the Storm from Pensacola
i and Mobile
SEVERAL OTHER PLACES SUF
FERED SEVERELY FROM
Montgomery, Ala., July 7. Opera
tor Kerven, of the Louisville & Nash Nashville
ville Nashville railroad at Magazine Point,
brought the first word from Mobile
yesterday. Kerven walked into Mobile
to ascertain, the damage done and
then walked back to Hurricane, Ala.,
a distance of sixteen miles from Mo Mobile,
bile, Mobile, tc reach on open wire. He said
the water went to Conception street
in Mobile and the top of the Louis
ville & Nashville station was blown
off and considerable damage done, but
that no lives were lost.
The first word from Pensacola,
which has been marooned for two
days, also reached here last night.
The property damage there is large
but was confined to waterfront and
shipping facilities. The report said
that a maximum velocity of 104 miles
per hour was reached by the wind,
but that no lives were lost. Only one
point, Beloit, Ala., twelve miles from
Selma, reports a loss of life. Seven
teen negroes are said to have been
killed there and eight other persons
In Mobile the water went to the
front of the Cawthorn hotel, on Con
ception street. Tne damage in Mo
bile is estimated at a million dollars,
all the first floors in the wholesale
district being flooded.
Reports from various summer re-r
sorts on the coast, near Mobile, have
not been received and fear is felt for
the safety of .thousand of visitors at
Laurel, Miss., suffered damage esti
mated at two hundred thousand dol dollars
lars dollars and various sections in this state
were heavily damaged. Word from
Mississippi golf coast cities show the
damage done there was not as heavy
as was first reported.
New Orleans, July 7. Several mil million
lion million dollars' damage was done by the
stibrm in Mississippi, Alabama, Flor Florida
ida Florida i and Louisiana. Reports from
points struck indicate that seventeen
negroes are reported. Eight persons
were hurt near Beloit, Ala. This is
the only loss of life reported. The
telegraph and telephone wires are
still down at Mobile and Pensacola.
Reports by courier say the damage at
Mobile will be about $100,000. Noth Nothing
ing Nothing has been heard from the summer
resorts" near Mobile, where heavy
damage is feared.
Apparently the greatest property
damge occurred in the interior of
Mississippi and Alabama. Entire fields
of corn and cotton were leveled. Mo Mobile
bile Mobile reports a number of vessels
beached or lost entering the bay dur during
ing during the hurricane. Arrivals from
Biloxi reported that five schooners be believed
lieved believed to be in the gulf when the
storm struck have hot been heard
from. Dozens of small craft were
washed ashore. ; ?
SEVERAL MORE DEATHS RE-
Selma, Ala., July 7. A message
which came over a railroad wire from
Mobile says that at least three or four
people were killed and there was
much damage to shipping and water waterfront
front waterfront property as a result of the
storm. A woman is reported to have
been killed at Lowdnesville, Ala.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank the people of
Beleview, also the baseball team, for
the kind and courteous way they
treated us during our visit to their
little town on July 4th. Also the
splendid barbecue and dinner.
Sparr Baseball Team,
'. C. H. Luff man, Manager.
OUR STATE COLLEGES
In another column we carry an ad advertisement
vertisement advertisement of the State University,
at Gainesville and of the State College
for Women, of Tallahassee. The sta statistics
tistics statistics there given show remarkable
growth in both institutions and also
indicate that the university and the
college have the confidence of a large
clientele in Florida. Courses offered
in the university are liberal arts, ag agricultural,
ricultural, agricultural, law, engineering, educa education
tion education and graduate courses, and courses
in the college are liberal arts, educa education,
tion, education, home economics, music, art ex expression,
pression, expression, business and graduate
courses. The catalogs will give full
No boy or girl in Florida has any
excuse now to seek a colege educa education
tion education beyond state lines, for our state
institutions offer them the best ad advantages
vantages advantages for a broad and liberal col college
lege college course, free of all expense save
that of the actual cost of living.
OCALA STAR fOTIi
THIS COUPON IS GOOD FOR FIVE
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 balleV box at THE COURT
The official judges of the cont est are Messrs. George Pasteur, Her Herbert
bert Herbert Lattner and Ed. C. Bennett
Direct Negotation to Settle Difficulties
REPORT NO NEW MOVESVILLA AT
HEAD OF AN ARMY AGAIN
Washington, June 7. The formal
acceptance of Carranza's proposal to
settle difficulties by direct negotia
tions is ready to send to Mexico City.
Secretary, Lansing completed the
draft of the note and presented same
to the cabinet meeting today.
WILL MEET MEXICO HALF-WAY
The note was presented to Ambas
sador Arredondo after the cabinet
meeting. It contains two paragraphs.
The first expresses gratification at
the frankness of the last Mexican
note and the unreserved expression
of the Mexican desire to adjust the
boundary troubles on "a broad and
amicable basis." The same spirit,
says the note, causes the United
States to equally desire an immediate
solution of difficulties.
"It is especially pleasing," says the
last paragraph, "to my government
that the de facto government of "Mex "Mexico
ico "Mexico is disposed to give quick as well
as practical consideration in a spirit
of concord to remedies which may be
applied to existing conditions: Re Reciprocating
ciprocating Reciprocating the same desire, the gov government
ernment government of the United States is pre prepared
pared prepared to immediately exchange views
as to some practical plan to remove
finally and prevent a recurrence of
the difficulties which; have been the
sources of difficulties." (
sources of controversy."
VILLA AGAIN AT THE HEAD OF
San Antonio, July 7. Gen. Fun Fun-ston's
ston's Fun-ston's reports from the border indi
cate there had been no change in the
military situation. Gen. Pershing re reported
ported reported a rumor that Villa has reap
peared south of Parral with a force
estimated at 800 to 2000 men. Trains
bearing national guardsmen toward
the border are fewer.
FROM BLACK POINT
Frank Gates, quartermaster ser
geant of Company A, is back in the
city for a short leave, and for the pur
pose of taking to Black Point a num
ber of things left behind by the com company.
pany. company. He leaves for Black Point this
afternoon on the "Floridian," taking
with him numerous packages for the
Frank could not give a complete
list of members of the company who
failed to meet the physical tests. He
said that the Ocala boys who had fail failed
ed failed were George Davis, Rufus Raines,
Jack Galloway, Robert Curtis, Robert
Mock and Alphonzo Setzer. George
Davis will join the hospital corps, and
Robert Curtis will probably get in the
canteen, which keeps the soldiers
supplied with cigars, cigarettes, cold
drinks and such things, that are sold
by the government.
The company has all of its equip
ment, and is"anxious to be off for the
The boys are permitted to go into
Jacksonville at night. A squad of a
dozen or more at a time from the
company go into the city in charge
of a corporal.
BONDS HAVE BEEN SHIPPED
The First National Bank cf Colum
ibus, Ohio, has notified the city that
i electric plant bond blanks were ship
ped yesterday by express. The bonds
'amount to $75,000.
Resumption of Submarine Warfare is
, Among the Near Possibilities
Berlin, July 6, via London, July 7.
The campaign for resumption of a
full-fledged submarine war on com commerce
merce commerce goes energetically forward. It
was said that with the adjournment
of the Reichstag and the dispersal of
politicians this agitation by the navy
league,; publicists, conservatives and
part of the national liberals would
gradually lose its intensity.
On the contrary, reports from all
sections indicate that the agitation is
continuing undiminished this after afternoon
noon afternoon above and below the surface.
Never a day passes without articles
in various newspapers to remind the
people that, according to the German
note the modification of German sub submarine
marine submarine methods merely was tempor temporary
ary temporary and contingent upon a modifica modification
tion modification of the British blockade.
Advocate "Unrestricted Torpedo"
Advocates of the "unrestricted tor torpedo"
pedo" torpedo" appear at every political gath gathering
ering gathering regarded as suitable soil for
their seed. The various newspapers
in sympathy with the movement have
almost daily a rubric for what they
call "British postal robberies" and
ever and again attention is called to
the fact that the blockade has not
undergone the slightest modification
since the dispatch of the latest Ger German
man German note.
The purpose of the agitation is two twofold.
fold. twofold. One branch is directed toward
the resumption of the submarine
campaign. The other is openly and
avowedly a movement against the
chancellor, Dr. von Bethman-Hollweg,
largely on the ground of internal pol politics.
itics. politics. Means Revival of the Submarine
Some judges of the situation are in inclined
clined inclined to believe the movement will
lead, not later than September, to a
revival of the submarine campaign on
the old lines. Recent inquiries by the
Associated Press in authoritative
quarters indicate, however, that the
government for the present has no in intention
tention intention of resuming the "freedom of
action" mentioned in the May note
and of provoking conflict with the
One reason for this decision is the
desire to avoid any new measures
tending to prolong the war. Another
is based on the conviction that a re reversal
versal reversal of the submarine policy would
entail opposition from wide, influen influential
tial influential groups of political leaders and
powerful personages in the adminis administration.
tration. administration. Situation Changed Sharply
The situation in this respect has
changed sharply since the winter. It
then seemed as if the chancellor's
policy of moderation had scarcely a
friend in Germany outside of the so-
( Concluded on Last Page)
OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1916
AFTER ICY BATH HE
WALKS 111 UNDERWEAR
Fisherman Escapes Drowning,
but Goes Four Miles Bare Barefooted
footed Barefooted to Get Help.
Britton, S. D. Compelled to walk a
distance of four miles to the nearest
farmhouse barefooted and clad only in
his underclothing was the distressing
experience of John Knaak, a Marshall
county man, following a disaster which
overtook him while fishing on Iioy lake,
some mile,s from here.
; He was In a boat alone, and when he
attempted to make his way to shore
the boat, which it developed had been
overloaded with nets, sank to the bot bottom,
tom, bottom, throwing him into the icy waters
of the lake.
He managed to reach a nearby net
stake and, clinging to it, divested him himself
self himself of his rubber boots, oilskins and
all hla wearing apparel but his under underclothes.
After resting for a time he started to
swim to shore, some distance away.' He
reached shore in an exhausted condi condition,
tion, condition, and when he had somewhat re recovered
covered recovered himself he started on the pain painful
ful painful four mile journey to the farmhouse
W have a new perfume, Bouquet
Dozira, o fine lasting extract, $2 per
ounce. Ceng's. tf
Lowell, July 6. The glorious
fourth was quietly spent here, altho
the usual fourth of July rain fell for
Miss Ruth Stew man is spending
sometime with relatives at Belloair,
going on Monday in order to spend
the fourth there.
Mr, S. F. Rou and family have gone
to North Carolina to spend the sum summer
mer summer in the mountains.
. Mr. H. T. Hall and sons, Theron
and Loris, spent the fourth at Island
Grove. "- .;:,:; ,-."
Canta loupes and tomatoes are still
moving in small quantities from this
place. The vines are yet green and
if the price holds up many more
crates can yet be shipped. Some very
fine Tom Watson watermelons are
also being shipped by Mr. Slocomb
and Mr. Meffert.
The members of the Rook Club met
with the Misses Shockley Thursday
Miss Lillie Egan of Jacksonville is
the guest of her uncle, Mr. E. B.
Mrs. Durrance of Tampa is spend spending
ing spending awhile with her brother, Mr. J. T.
Mrs. Efiie Thomas and children of
Ocala are making a visit to Mrs.
Thomas' parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
The hard road which the county has
built from here to Mr. B. E. Raysor's
FOR FLORIDA 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.
California and the Golden West
, THROUGH TWENTY STATES OVER 8,000 MILES
Leaving Jaclfsonville July 25th.
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, Pyke's Peak,
, Royal Gorge, Continental Divide. Salt Lake City,
Yellowstone National Park, Ogden, San Francisco,
Big Trees, Los Angeles, Pa ssadena, Santa Catalina,
.San Diego, California Interantional Exposition
Albuquerque, Kansas City, St. Louis and Nashville.
For detailed information write or call on -
W. B. CATE, Manager
J. A. VON DOHLEN Florida Pasrnger Agent.
124 W. Bay St, Jacksonville, Florida
Tallahassee's RIew Hotel
Soap, scrub brushes and other cleansing things have
invaded our Territory and occupy every inch of it.
WE HAVE SURRENDERED.
We had to or we could not have offered spotless
space for your accommodation, while visitinn
' : j
Monday, July 10th, 1916,
We will be ready for you.
Provided you are willing to put up with the best.
CLAUDE L'MGLE and Family
place has certainly been a great help:
Mr. Raysor and Mr. Lee Neil have
hauled their watermelons and canta cantaloupes
loupes cantaloupes over it.
There Is more silk In the world than
the silkworm ever knew. As a matter
of fact, much of the "silk which Is
worn Is merely guncotton In a new
dress. It 13 merely coti-n dissolved In
a bath of nitric acid, kept water free
by the strongest vitriol. The jelly jellylike
like jellylike result Is then forced through very
minute tubes, and the fine threads, so
produced are dropped into water and
rendered innocuous by ammonium sul sulphide.
phide. sulphide. This tame silk" has a fine lus luster
ter luster and has all the flexibility of the
worms work. In fact, so close is the
resemblance that it needs an expert
to distinguish them. London Chronicle.
She Liked Gloom.
It Is a matter for thankfulness that
widows of this generation are more
sensible than the dowager Countess of
Buchan. who passed away In the year
On the death of her husband she
dressed herself entirely In black crape,
engaged two black servants to wait
upon her, ate nothing but black pud
dings and drank for one whole year
nothing but black cherry .brandy. Yet
she survived this gloomy diet twenty twenty-one
one twenty-one years before the grim reaper gath gathered
ered gathered her in. T. P.s London Weekly.
"It takes diplomacy to get on with a
husband," said the woman who speaks
her mind freely.
"I believe It does.' reprfed Miss Cay Cayenne.
enne. Cayenne. "As I understand it, diplomacy
consists largely In seeming to be de deceived
ceived deceived whether you are or not. St.
Why She Took Him.
Parson Do you. Liza, take Rastus
for bettah or for wuss? Bride Well,
If Ah got to tell the truth, pahson,
Ah'm takln' him cause he's de fust
man what even axed me. Boston
"If I could get my wife everything J
she wants I'd be perfectly happy.
"Shucks! So man ever Is as happy
as that." Detroit Free Press.
LINIMENT RELIEVE PAIN?
: Try it and seeone application will
Srove more than a column of claims,
ames S. Ferguson, Phila., Pa., writes,
"I have had wonderful relief since I
used Sloan's Liniment on my knees.
To think after all these years of pain
one application gave me relief. Many
thanks for what your remedy has
done for me." Don't keep on suffer suffering
ing suffering apply Sloan's Liniment where
your pain is and notice how quick
you get relief. Penetrates without
rubbing. But it as any drug store.
25c. Adv. 3
lea at Its Deepest Point.
The greatest known ; death of thm
tea ls eight and three-quarters miles,
OCALA FRATERUAL ORDERS
ORDER OF EASTERN STAB
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. Sn
meets at Yonge hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of e&dh
month at 730 o'clock,
Mrs. Myrtle G. Kramer. W. M.
Mrs. Lillian aimmoms, Secy.
OCALA LODGE NO. 285, B. P. O. E.
Ocaia, Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Duesdav even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting" breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postofflce, east side.
L. H, von Engelken, E. R.
D. S. Williams, Sec'y.
'KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocrala Lods-t? No. 19. Convention
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
BstJe Hail, over the James Carlisle
raerstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. W. M. Gober, C. C.
Ctas. K. Sage. K tf R. 8. A
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 to visiting brothers.
L. E. Yonce, N. G.
W. L. Colbert. Secretary.
CHAPTKjR NO. 13, R. A M.
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.
MARION-DUNN SLISOMfC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge Ne. 19,. F. 4
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evening or each month at
8:00 o'clock, until farther notice.
i. C. Webb, W. M.
Jake Brown. Secretary. a.d
wopnausa op the world
Fot Kin Camp No. 14 satets at
the K. of P- nail at 7:30 p. m. every
second and fourth Friday. Vlsitin
?overeIgn sre always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C C
Chas. K. Sa'e. Qerk.
A Mean Trick
Bj F. A. MITCHEL
There is a certain college In New-
England in which until a few years
ago young women were admitted tu
the, courses. It is well known that
it was the men students who brought
about the passage of the regulation
that no woman should thereafter be
admitted as a student to the college
Why the young men objected was a
puzzle to every one except the faculty.
The girls claimed that the reason of
their being dropped from the college
was that they took the scholarships
away from the men, so' that women
instead of men were being helped
through college. The boys declared
that the reason why they did not want
glrl3 In college was that they took up
room that otherwise would have been
taken by men and there were fewer
men to draw from for competing with
other colleges In athletics.
This made the girls mai It has
been claimed that in order to take re revenge
venge revenge on the men they put up a Job
to bring about the defeat of the college
team that had been long In training
for the annual regatta .free" to all col colleges
leges colleges at Poughkeepsie Immediately aft after
er after the June commencement. There
was every expectation that this team
would win the race, and every one con connected
nected connected with the college was anticipat anticipating
ing anticipating the eclat that would attach to
their alma mafer on v account of the
victory. .The college was a small one,
and It was hoped that the winning of
a race so Important would attract stu students
dents students men, not girls.
About the 1st of June both the cap captain
tain captain of the crew and Its. trainer pro pronounced
nounced pronounced that they had not only the
best crew among the competitors so
far as muscle was concerned, but they
worked together better than any oth other
er other and had the best stroke. From that
time bad luck set In. Perkins (bow)
gave out that his physician had for forbidden
bidden forbidden him to row on account of a
weakness of his heart. IJe had been
relied upon to do great things, and It
was doubted if as good a man could
be found for the place. Stanford was
selected, but every one knew that he
was not Perkins.
Bowers, No. 6, one day was absent
from practice. The captain lectured
him. He was absent again. The cap captain
tain captain declared that another such of offense
fense offense would put him off the crew. It
came, and Bowers was fired. It was
a great misfortaaa, for he was one
of the best oarsmen In the crew.
And now misfortunes fell thick and
fast, Tomklns, No. 3 while climbing
a cliff to get a flower for one of the
prettiest girls in college fell and broke
hla arm. The incident Increased the
antagonism against the women stu students.'
dents.' students.' But they paid no attention to
It, being bent on gathering In the
prizes to be given out at the end of
the term. Then Charnley, No. 7, all
of a sudden said that his mother had
set her face against his rowing," fear fearing
ing fearing that the strain would injure him.
The consequence of 'all this, was
that'In the space of three weeks the
crew had been so reduced that many
were opposed to' Its ; being entered in
the. race. A meeting of the students
was called to decide the question, and
a vote was taken.- There were many
women students present, each having
a vote, and they all voted for the en entrance
trance entrance of the club at the regatta.
There was a howl among the men
students, who declared that the wom women
en women had Injured the college greatly since
they had been admitted, and now it
was evident that they would ruin it.
Well, the crew went to the regatta.
There were more of the women stu students
dents students of the college at Poughkeepsie
that year than ever before. They said
they had come to see their alma mater
win. They formed a knot of cheerers.
though they had no leaders. Every
girl looked inexpressibly happy.
There were six crews competing. At
the .signal to go they started together,
but within a few minutes began to
separate, the better crews leaving the
poorer ones behind. When they reach reached
ed reached the goal the college whose co-eds
had come to cheer a victory came in j
last, being ja hundred yards behind the
next last boat.
Then the women students gave a
cheer, but not a cheer of victory. It
was a cheer for votes for women.
Then they each and all went home, and
their alma mater saw them no more.
In time the true reason for the run running
ning running down of the crew and its failure
came out. -At -a class meeting of the
women students on the 1st of June a
committee of the most fascinating
girls were appointed to lay In wait for
the members of the crew with a view
to breaking down its efficiency. Each
girl .was assigned her object. Perkins
was first captured and gave Ethel Cur Curtis
tis Curtis a promise not to row. she suggest suggesting
ing suggesting the story about his doctor and
heart weakness. Bowers was snared
by Louise Van Winkle. Tompkins was
sent up the cliff for a flower by Wini Winifred
fred Winifred Turnlee, with the expectation that
he would break something, and he
came near breaking his neck- Charn Charnley
ley Charnley had no mother to oppose his row rowing,
ing, rowing, but Lucia Harker stood in her
stead. With the success of these four
there was no need of any other mem members
bers members of the crew being lured.
When the students men only reas reassembled
sembled reassembled In September every member
of the crew who had been seen In com company
pany company with a co-ed during the preceding
June was cut by his fellow students.
Not one of the men who had been
duped had been rejected by the girl
who duped him.
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Bt. Rev. Abbott Charles, President. Key. Father Benedict, Director.
t 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
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CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COURSES
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FALL TEftK! OPENS WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 1 3, 1916
Advertise in the Star.
OCALA EVENING STAR FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1916
BALK AT MARRIAGE
English NcbiJity Reiuotant to Talk
Matrimony With Servian Prince
WARMLY GREETED ; ON VISIT.
Alexander Makes Great Impression For
'Himself and His People, but Rumor
of a Wife Hunt Causes Many to
Place Themselves on Guard Against
Any Matrimonial Talk.
London, Alexander, crown prince
and regent of Sen-la. has been in
England hunting a wife; it la rumored,
as well as seeking political and finan
dal assistance in recovering his coun country,
try, country, lie made a great Impression and
created a warm sentimeent for him
self and his people. But fathers with
marriageable daughters, from King
George downward, did cot appear anx anxious
ious anxious to meet any matrimonial advances
from the prince. lie went to Bucking Buckingham
ham Buckingham palace and was entertained Vb
the king and queen. Prince Albert was
delegated to meet him at the station
and to see him off when be departed.
But Princess "Mary" did not come in
contact with him.
The hesitation manifested by English
fathers and mothers of high degree to
an alliance with Prince Alexander is
largely caused by the uncertainty Of
his ever sitting upon the throne of his
father and the certainty of his living
in constant danger of his life if he ever
Is able to return to Belgrade. It has
takeu some time, for ''England to over-
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come Its feeling of repugnance to the
prince and his father. King Peter hav having
ing having always been held responsible for
the murder of, King Alexander and
Queen Draga, whose deaths removed
the obstacles in the way of his own ac accession,
cession, accession, while Prince Alexander was
blamed primarily for the assassination
of the Archduke Francis Ferdinand
and the Duchess of Hohenberg. The
, prince's gallant conduct in the war and
the general feeling in England that the
British government was responsible for
tin wisely advising the Servian army to
resist the invaders and hold out until
the allies j sent re-enforcements have
created a reversion of feeling in his
Th government took pains not to
The housekeeper, if she be a mother
of a large family, is weighed down with
worries and cares.
JVhcn a girl becomes a woman, when
a woman becomes a mother,, when a
woman passes through the changes of
middle life, are the three periods of life,
when health and strength are most needed
to withstand the pain and distress often
caused by severe organic disturbances.
Fla. "If more women
ill health and woman's
trouble would use
Dr. Pierce's Favorite
would not be so many
of my sex so un unhappy,
happy, unhappy, discontented
and discouraged; my
condition was such,
and I am happy to
say the Favorite
me a well woman.
My health was quite
run down. I. was un
able to do my own housework; was ex exhausted,
hausted, exhausted, with tired nerves, which inter interfered
fered interfered with my sleep at night. Just got to
where I was rest-less and gloomy, and
wonted nothing to cat. Everything in
my, ill state was changed with entire sat
isfaction by the use of Favorite Prescrip-
tk n.'" Mas. S. Uowaed, tt Date St St-Jtjlisonviilc,
Jtjlisonviilc, St-Jtjlisonviilc, FLx.
involve England ia any way nni tne
affairs of Servia except as relating to
this war. The prince was the gcest
of Lord Kitchener.- ad at York House
Prince Alexander met Sir Edward
Grey, the secretary of foreign affairs,
in a party which included the Earl of
Derby and Walter Long, both mem- J
bers of the government. Sir Edward
Grey was likewise present at the din dinner
ner dinner given in honor of the prince by
Lewis Harcourt on behalf of the gov government.
ernment. government. The Marquis of Crewe, lead leader
er leader of the government in the house of
lords, presided at this dinner. The
Russian ambassador, the Japanese am ambassador,
bassador, ambassador, the Belgian minister, the
Portuguese minister, the Marquis of
Lansdowne, Lord Kitchener, Arthur
Balfour, Walter Runciman, Lord Rob Robert
ert Robert Cecil. General Sir William Robert Robertson
son Robertson and the, lord chancellor were pres present
ent present :"
Sh Edward Grey was also upon the
platform at Victoria station when
Prince Alexander,' accompanied by
Prince Albert and Lord Kitchener, ar arrived
rived arrived to take the train for the coast
and embark for the continent The
foreign secretary of the British gov government
ernment government did not entertain the prince
regent of Servia at any official hos hospitality.
pitality. hospitality. And, although the prince re regent
gent regent was accompanied- by his prime
minister, M. Pashltch, they were not
received or entertained by the British
prime minister, Mr, Asquith.
' Seldom has any visiting royalty ever
received in England such a deputation
of distinguished men in different walks
of life as waited upon Prince Alex Alexander
ander Alexander at his hoteL
Ring In Chicken's Crop.
Nelllsville. Wis. Mrs. Ada Eagles,
visiting her daughter in Bellen, dressed
a chicken and found in its crop a gold
ring which she had once given her
A. C lu SCHEDULE
If you will pay the mailing charges,
Doctor Pierce will send you his cloth-
be una book of over 1,000 pages, newly
, re;ised with' color plates and illustrations.
Everyone should have and read it in
ca:'e of accident or sickness in the home.
, Treats of so many subjects in such an
interesting manner that knowledge of
- y the human body is quickly and easily
-rt attained by all who read the book.
Send 30 cents in stamps for mailing
charges to Dr. Pierce, Invalids Hotel,
Buffalo, U. Y., and enclose this notice.
Trains of the Atlantic Coast Line
will arrive and depart in Ocala at' the
No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters Peters-buig,
buig, Peters-buig, 2:18-2:25 a. m.
- No. 38, St. Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 2:25 a. m.
No. 10, Leesburg to, Jacksonville,
5:40 a.' m.
No. 1 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
ville, 12:54-1:14 p. m.
No. 48, Homosaesa to Ocala, 1:05
No. 49, Ocaia to Homosassa, 2:25,
p. zn. .-- ..
No. 33. Jacksonville to St. Peters-
turg, 2:36-2:40 p. m.
No. 140, Ocala to Palatka, Games'
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), iiiesday, ,Thursd.iy and Satur
day, y 60 p. m.
SEABOARD LOCAL SCHr CULE
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
tersburg 8:05 p. m.
No. 10 Leaves Tampa 1 p.. m.;
Ocala 4:12 p. m.; arrives Jacksonville
7:15 p. m. L
No. 2--Leaves St. Petersburg 4:30
p. m.; Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrives' Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville 6:45 a. m.
No. A Leaves Tampa 9 a. m.; Ocala
1 p. m.; arives Jacksonville 5:25 p. m.
Aroused Her Suspicion.
I see. he said, "that coal has gone
4,nas It?" she replied.
-"And they're raising rents," he con
"Well." she exclaimed, flaring up, "if
you wish to have our engagement bro broken
ken broken off say so. I always hate to have
people beat about the bush In a case
of this kind." Pittsburgh Chronicle
r At the Museum.
"Is that the artist's name in big let letters
ters letters on that picture, pop?"
"No, my son. That is the name of
the rich man who presented the picture
to the museum. ; You will find the art artist's
ist's artist's name In very small letters down
in the lower right hand corner." St
. Somewhat Safer.
. "I'm going to get a lot of money
"Who told you that ?"
"A fortune teller."
"I'd rather have that sort of informa information
tion information from a paying teller." Pittsburgh
That Is the bitterest of all, to wear
the yoke of your .own wrongdoing.
The pnde of our store is our
PRESCRIPTION service. None but
purest drugs used and no substitution
permitted. The Court Pharmacy, tf
f A) ITfflMrW WW & 1
niiJiQy ill in
11 Sale. It shows no falling off and just as
many customers are taking advantage of the sale
now as on the opening date.
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 merchandise at prices that no one at attempts
tempts attempts to duplicate for the same quality of goods. Goods must
be satisfactory or your money back without question.
We have the shoes for everyone, for every pur purpose,
pose, purpose, from the cheapest that's good to the best that's
made. We can suit as to fit, quality, style and price
and guarantee every pair to be as represented,
$2.00 grade Men's Ooze Elk Outing Shoes, all
solid leather; for wear and service their equal can
not be had at anywhere near the price.
. Adjustment Sale Price. .- tPlt)7
One Big Lot Ladies' Oxfords and Pumps, sizes
2 1-2 to 4, all good Clean Stock worth up to (P Aft
$2.00 per pair. Adjustment Sale Price I UU
One Big Lot Children's Shoes and Oxfords, Size
9 to 13, worth up to $1.50 a pair. Adjustment JJA
-ment Sale. Price.-..-. -k.. --- -dv
Ladies' White Canvas Pumps, $1.50 value AQr
Adjustment Sale Price . . .-. --70
1 ;.-;DRY GOOD!
One Lot of Fast Color Percale, a Yard wide, You
all know what Forrest Percale is, a 15c quality. A A-Adjustment
Adjustment A-Adjustment Sale Price, per yard yw
One Lot of Fancy Dress Lawns, fast Colors and
latest Designs, 8c quality, Adjustment Sale 20 n
Price, 10 Yards ... -. -07
One Lot of Suesine Silk. All colors, worth
35c a Yard, Adjustment Sale Price. 19u
REMNANTS REMMTS !!
We have Remnants if. White Dress Goods, Shirt Shirting,
ing, Shirting, Waisting. consisting of Sheer Lawns, Madras,
Voiles, Crepes, etc. and We are selling them at half
Unbleached Sheeting, 9 regular 30c quality, during the" O.
Adjustment Sale at only. ...... l 0 C
Table Oil Cloth in all the latest designs and fancy colors,
, during the Adjustment Sale at, per yard, only
One lot of over Two Thousand Yards of Dress Gingham, air new
and fast colors, worth at present market from 12 to 15c
per yard, Adjustment Sale price 4 0 12 y3 nA
per yard only.................... cC for.... PX aUU
Sheets and Pillow cases at reduced prices. The space will not allow
' us to enumerate the bargains we are offering, but we guarantee
you a saving. The values themselves will shout the loudest.
Your money back as quick
as a wink if yoii would
rather have it
PSeifly i Clerte
We have plenty of good
clerks so that the
crowds can be
taken care of s
Greatest Price Reduction Sale
Ever field in this Community
The entire stock has been so arranged that no
matter how large the crowds, they will be accom accommodated
modated accommodated without delay. Everything will be marked
in plain figures, thus assuring each and every cus customer
tomer customer an absolute compliance with this advertise advertisement.
ment. advertisement. To forestall any possible skepticism, we shall
unhesitatingly exchange any unsatisfactory purchase
or refund your money if so desired.
ATTENTION Take advantage of the following
bargains and 928 others we are offering.
Oni lot of Men's Elastic Seam
Drawers, genuine pepperell,
50c value, Aa- Af
Men's Shirts, Silver Brand,
made by Geo. P. Ide, one of
the best shirt manufacturers
in the country. $1.50 values
during the Adjust- OQr
ment sale for. . . : OJ V
Men's B. V. D. Underwear,
sells for 50c the ,world over,
Adjustment Sale Cjl AA
price, 3 for J1 .UU
With a purchase of a dollar or
more we will sell 5 Cakes
of Octagon Soap for -i C
only. ......... XOC
justment sale 3
10-4 Pepperell Bleached Sheet Sheeting,
ing, Sheeting, the wholesale price is
more than we are asking.
35c quality, in 07J?n
this sale, per yard
20 yards Unbleached Sheet Sheeting,
ing, Sheeting, yard-wide, 8c value, dur dur-the
the dur-the Adjustment I 1 AA
Sale for. ...UU
Our line of Men's Fur-r
nishings and Clothing is
a complete one. Space
allows us to quote a few
We believe that wc sold more Palm Beach Suits than any other
two stores combined, because we are selling the best made Palm
Beach Suit sold for the money. Our suits are made from the genu genuine
ine genuine Palm Beach Cloth, London shrunk, French faced and the edges
are all double stitched. Special during the Adjust- Jf AQ'
ment sale, at only t
100 dozen Men's Blue Chambray Work Shirts, guaranteed to equal
any 50 cent shirt sold anywhere. -During this Adjust- QE
ment sale at -only -ww
Men's All Wool Suits, made by the Curlee Cltthing Co., of St.
Louis, and are guaranteed by them to give you perfect satisfac satisfaction,
tion, satisfaction, the time limit being your own good judgement. They are
now $17.50 and we will have to pay more money for them than
we are selling them for. We are offering them & O CA
during the Adjustment sale they go at vlfciiuU
Men's Wash Ties, mercerized Tublar Make, the 15c kind, OP.
during the Adjustment Sale at 3 for.
OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1916
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTIXGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R. R. Carroll, General Blanazer Port V. Leaven good, Baafneaa Manager
J. H. Deajamtn, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., post of flee as second class matter.
'. phoxb at
One year, in advance
Blx months, in advance ...
Three months, in advance.
One month, in advance....
The most inappropriate thing in the
world is the system of initials that
cause the national guard to be labeled
n. g. ,.
Strong pressure is being brought
on the German government by the
ultra war party among the people to
resume the submarine campaign.
The Mexican people will find that
war with your Uncle Sammy is no
mere bull fight. Tavares Herald.
Very true. People who sling the
bull seldom do any fighting.
This is the time of year when un unless
less unless ail the windows are open you
boil inside of your skin like an egg
cooking in its shell. And if you leave
the windows open while you step
across the street, you are liable to
find a lake on the rainward side when
A special to the Tampa Times from
Kissimmee says: "A report is cur current
rent current in this city to the effect that
James W. Perkins, circuit judgt of
the seventh judicial circuit, will not
seek reappointment under the new
administration if. Sidney J. Catts is
the 'next governor. Perkins was first
appointed by Goyernor Gilchrist and
has been a most efficient judge.'V
z Catts' home paper, which is almost
his personal organ, declares : that
there hasn't been an honest election
in Florida in years.. We did not be believe
lieve believe this, but since Knott's contest is
uncovering so many things, we are
rather inclined to believe the Catts
organ is right. Lakeland Telegram.
Elections in Florida are as fair as
anywhere, and we managed very well
until fanatics from other states in-
. jected religious intolerance into
"Will Catts support Wilson?" is a
question being pushed forward with
considerable persistence around the
state. ; He jrobably wont. After lay laying
ing laying what he has said about Wilson he
couldn't be expected to. And that
suggests another question. What are
:you g&ng to do about it? St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg Times. ..
The question should be put square squarely
ly squarely to Catts. If he should answer it
in the negative it would absolve every
democrat from voting for him.
Many newspapers last week had a
head-line stating that "two young
girls had been found dead" in Pensa
cpla. We do not know of any girls in
this section of the state who are not
young; even those who are forty years
old are as young as the violets that
bloom in the spring. Punta Gorda
; The Herald's point is well taken.
All the girls are young until they are
70 years old, and the expression
"young girl," is a pleonasm.
It is very likely that the German
high seas fleet will soon come out for
a pitched battle with the British
grand fleet. The result of the battle
of Jutland greatly encouraged the
German seamen. They proved that
they were able to stand up1 to the
British in an open-sea fight, and of
"ficers and men are anxious fcr a full ;
trial of strength and skill with their
enemies. There is nothing the Brit British
ish British desire more than a pitched ocean
battle, and if the two great navies
come together there will be a fight
that will make everything in history
that has preceded it seem like skj skj-mishes.
One of Catts' strongest supporters
in Ocala is a life-long republican. It
is possible that he voted for Wilson in
1912, but he, by his own admission,
voted, the republican ticket in every
election up to that time. He is evi evidently
dently evidently a guardian of liberty, for he
has asked several well-known demo democrats
crats democrats to join that order. Religious
intolerance is the tie that binds him
to Catts. He can't point to any in
stance where a Catholic ever did him
any personal harm, or committed an
unpatriotic action, but his daddy and
his granddaddy hated Catholics, and
so, tho he claims to be a Christian, he
cultivates the inherited hate.
The Lakeland Morning Star gives a
great deal of unnecessary space to
trying to console Ocala business men
for loss of trade caused by prohibi
tion. The Star has picked up a mis
fit idea to the effect that Ocala is suf suffering
fering suffering because the saloons are closed.
We believe there are two or three of
our merchants, who were zealous
5.00 One year. In advance.... $8.00
2.50 Six month, in advance... 4.25
. .... 1.25 Three months, in advance 2.25
. .... 60 One month, in advance... 80
workers against prohibition and who
are in mourning over the result. The
great majority, however, worked on
the dry side, and in case of another
election would be found of the same
mind. It is generally conceded that
business in Ocala is better than it was
a year ago. With the exception of the
saloons, there are fewer closed store
rooms than there were a year ago,
and even the saloon stands are filling
up, there being a big grocery business
in one and a flourishing fruit stand in
another. We guess the Star man
picked up a wrong font. Outside of
the strictly interested parties, there is
no weeping and wailing over closed
saloons in Ocala.
ALL THE COMPANIES
The Times-Union says that Florida
has lost and the United States has
gained a regiment. All the companies
at Black Point have been mustered
into' the service of the federal govern
ment and must go anywhere it sends
them. Unless we mistake the boys
they would all like to be sent to the
city of Mexico.
The extreme propaganda for pre
paredness consists -in shouting to
Uncle Sam that he is being insulted
and browbeaten and is going to get
Lcked; Germany is about to bombard
New York; Japan is ready to land in
California; he will be. slapped in the
face, have his goods stolen and his
throat cut. It consists, in fine, in in
culcating a raw-sore spirit of truc truculent
ulent truculent suspicion of his neighbors. Get
that thoroughly inculcated and war
follows as a matter of course. Take
your peaceably inclined man; tell him
day by day that his neighbors are
circulating insults and threats; that
they are going to thrash him and
sack his .house. When you have net nettled
tled nettled him to the point where he goes
out looking.for insults he will be
quite sure to find one. Saturday Ev
ening Post. -'-I ;" .; -Y;-
Serbia wasn't looking for insults.
Belgium wasn't looking for insults.
Russia wasn't looking for insults.
France wasn't looking for insults.
Britain wasn't looking for insults
Yet war was forced upon them, and
the only fault in 'their preparedness
was that none of them had enough of
A; 14V Cushman, for many years
one of the most prominent lodge men
in the state, is now serving a sentence
at the .state prison farm, at Raiford.
Cushman was highly trusted .by his
brethren, and for years was grand
secretary of the Odd Fellows of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, holding also ; positions of trust
with the Gainesville lodges of Odd
Fellows and Masons. He took advan
tage of his, position to embezzle thou thousands
sands thousands of dollars. His speculations
might have been going on yet, but
when Marion Little of Ocala was
elected grand master of the Odd Fel Fellows
lows Fellows two years ago, he suspected that
something was wrong and demanded
that the accounts be examined. ; The
result wr.j that Cushman was found
to be thousands cf dollars short. The
Odd Fellovs did no prosecute Cush
man, but the security company in
which he was bonded did so, and in
consequence he is now serving time
at the prison farm.- Cushman is an
old man and the authorities are easy
on him. His work is that of a book
keeper, which, as he is an expert ac
countant, he is well qualified to per
The Star is not joining in the
chorus of congratulation about the
Mexicon trouble being settled. We do
not see any ground for. any such be
lief. It is conceded that, in case of
Carranza's wishes being acceded to,
that strong forces will be lined up
along the border, even if our troops
in Mexico are withdrawn. The reason
for this disposition of troops will be
to prevent border raids,' it being sup
posed that when bandits cross from
one side to the other the soldiers on
each side will treat them as common
enemies. Anyone who has watches
the course of events for the last half
a dozen years can understand how this
will be. There are no raids from
America into Mexico and not in the
least likely to be. The border line is
1500 miles long and the greatest force
the American can put on it cannot
prevent Mexicans from raiding across
iL When they cross and are chased
by our troops, unless the Americans
follow them across the line, they will
find safety on the Mexican side. Car Carranza's
ranza's Carranza's men will be their friends, and
often their accomplices. There will
be constant friction between the sol
diers of the opposing countries trou
ble in which the hands of the Ameri
cans will always be tied by their
government. Meantime the country
will be kept in a fever by the constant
irritation on the border. There will
never be any peace in Mexico until
the United States enforces it. To do
Mr. Wilson justice, the Star believes
that he understands this and is wait
ing until the country is in better
shape to take action. If he sets him
self to work to get things in better
shape for the inevitable day, he will
be doing his duty. If he accepts Car-
ranza's promises at the face value,
withdraws the regulars from Mexico,
sends the national guard home and
allows the former state of affairs to
recommence, the entire country will
disapprove of his action and put him
and his party out of office, in the hope
that the republicans will do better and
the certainty that they can't do worse.
CO. A COMPLIMENTED
Adjutant General J. Clifford Foster
speaks highly of the Rifles. In a let letter
ter letter to Lieutenant Colonel George A.
Nash, N. G. F., retired, the adjutant
"Company A has certainly made a
creditable appearance, and I think
that the people of Ocala will have
good reason to feel proud of it."
Much fear is expressed by some
people that Knott's contest will
"bust" the democratic nartv in this
state. If we must take our choice
between "busting," and laying down
for a fanatical minority to run over
us, why let us try "busting." There
are enough real democrats to reor
ganize the party on a safe and sane
basis, and when they do they will
make republicans, socialists and
witch-burners (apologies to the first
two) stay outside.
If the charge of the members of the
election board of Greenville precinct
of Madison county, that the ballots
they counted July 5, are not the same
as those they counted June 6, is true,
it should be easy to prove who made
the change. Sift the matter to the
bottom. If there are men in this
state who are violating the election
laws, send them to the pen., no matter
what party or faction they belond to.
P. L Billingsley
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The economy of the car, its qual quality,
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when called upon, are comments
you hear wherever the car is. dis discussed.
cussed. discussed. The Gasoline Consumption is
The tire mileage is unusually high
The motor is 30-35 horse power
The price of the Roadster or
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THE FEDERAL COURTS
Contest Over Result of the Primary
Election May Split the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic Party in this State
Jacksonville, July 7. -W. V. Knott,
second high man in the gubernatorial
race in the June primary, according
to the official canvass, has overcome
the 260 vote lead of Sidney J. Catts,
!as a result of a recount of the vote
in Hamilton, Suwannee and Madison!
counties yesterday. The change in j
the result will be an even greater lead
for Mr. Knott when the additional
precincts in which recounts have
been authorized have been made.
Catts Charges Fraud
Sidney J. Catts, of DeFuniak, who
was awarded the nomination by the
slate canvassing board, charges that
since the count of June 6 many bal ballots
lots ballots have been replaced and that the
votes counted in certain precincts
yesterday were not the same as those
recorded on June 5. Yesterday he re received
ceived received affidavits from the clerk and
inspectors of the Greenville precinct,
Madison county, declaring that the
ballots counted Wednesday were not
the same as those counted on the day
of the election. They cite that on
June 6 Mr. Knott received only five
first choice votes in that precinct and
that Wednesday's count gave him
Catts declares that he will imme
diately institute proceedings in the
federal courts charging fraud since
Recount of the second choice vote
for governor in many precinct3 in
Madison, Suwannee and Hamilton
counties was taken up yesterday, ac according
cording according to T. B. Adams of counsel for
W. V. Knott.
In a previous statement issued by
counsel for Mr. Knott who is contest contesting
ing contesting the nomination of Sidney J. Catts,
of DeFuniak Springs, declared that
in the three counties of Madison,
Hamilton and Taylor enough dis-
chepancies and inaccuracies to over overcome
come overcome the 260 majority of Mr. Catts
were expected to be discovered. Just
how long it will be necessary to count
the vote is not known, but it is prob
able that it will not be before the end
of -the week that he recount in all
three counties will be concluded.
Mr. Adams stated yesterday that
although enough votes were expected
to change the result in the three
counties named above and in other
precincts already counted prepara
tions for filing of other proceedings
in other counties are under way. It is
expected that contests or petitions for
recounts will be filed in about twenty-
eight counties. Proceedings have been
filed in ten counties or more already.
In some counties the entire vote of
certain precincts is asked to be thrown
out. Among these are three pre precincts
cincts precincts in Dade county. If the charges
set forth in petitions for the throw
ing out of the vote in precincts 8, 10
and 19 were sustained Mr. Catts lead
would be cut down to 116 votes in that
Official Canvass Gave Catts. 260 Ma
The vote as canvassed by the offi
cial canvassing board at Tallahassee
last month gave Catts 30,092 first
choice votes and 3,337 second choice
votes, a total of 33,429, against
Knott's 24,720 first choice votes and
8,449 second choice votes, a total of
33,169. The canvass gave Catts a ma
jority of 260, and on this canvass
certificate was issued by the canvass
ing board to the secretary of state at attesting
testing attesting his nomination and directing
that his name should be placed on the
ticket as the democratic nominee.
Knott must continue his fight in court
and secure an order directing that the
canvassing board's certificate be set
aside and his name placed on the bal
Success in his steps to secure the
democratic nomination will probably
mean the appearance on the ballot of
the names -of both Knott and Catts,
as well as the republican nominee,
George W. Allen. Catts has the en
dorsement and nomination of the
istate prohibition party, according to
reports of-the procedure of its con convention
vention convention June 20 in Jacksonville, and
his name is almost certain to be cer
tified to the proper officials in that
manner if not otherwise. The candi candidate
date candidate himself, however, is sworn by his
statement as a candidate and demo democrat
crat democrat to support the nominee of the
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partment, Department, Call Up Five-One
At her pleasant summer home by
Lake Weir yesterday, Mrs. John Tay Taylor
lor Taylor most charmingly entertained a
number of her young friends in honor
of Miss Annie Atkinson. Mrs. Tay-
or's guests were Mrs. Charles Rhein-
auer, Mrs. Ueorge JViacKay, Jirs.
James Taylor, Misses" Atkinson, Em
ma Nelson, Mary Wyatt Galbraith,
Alice Bullock, Virginia Sistrunk, Mar
garet and Mamie Taylor, Florence
Brooks, Eugenia Fuller, Annie Mac Mac-Kay
Kay Mac-Kay and Martha Taylor. Some of
the guests were already members of
the summer colony at the lake and
the others autoed from OcaTa early in
the morning. The pleasures of the
day began with auction, played in a
spot where the cool breezes from the
lake made fans unnecessary. At 1
o'clock, the hostess, aided by her
mother, Mrs. G. S. Scott, served an
elegant buffet luncheon. A special
feature of this charming affair was
cutting a .bride's cake, in which ac
cording to the custom were ensconced
a ring, a dime and a needle. Miss
MacKay won the ring and Miss Nel Nelson
son Nelson the dime, while the needle went
to Miss Fuller. A handsome and use
ful electrolier was presented to the
guest of honor. Late in the afternoon
all the guests enjoyed a delightful,
swim, after which they returned to
their respective homes, bearing the
memories of a most pleasant day.
Miss Martha Stovall, of Apalachi
cola, is the guest of Miss Nellie Lid-
Mr. Alfred Beck, who will lead one
of Ocala's fairest young women to
the altar next Wednesday, arrived
from Fort Lauderdale today.
Miss Bettie Mclver came up from
the lake this morning, bringing with
her Miss Eugenia. Fuller, who. was
her guest last night.
Miss Victoria. Ray sor is in town to
day from her pretty country home at
An auto party consisting of Mr.
and Mrs. R. H. Purdom, Mrs. T. C.
Luckie and Mrs. Purdom's two bright
boys, Foster and Henry Floyed, visit
ed Palatka today in Mr. Purdom's
Miss Lily Adams, who has been vis
iting her brothers, Messrs. Frank and
John Adams, at the Colonial Hote
for several months, returned to her
home at Live Oak this afternoon for
a short visit.
Mrs. W. K. Zewadski yesterday af
ternoon gave a picture show party in
honor of Mrs. W. K. Zewadski Jr. of
Tampa and Mrs. Sylvan McElroy o:
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Taylor have re
turned from their visit to the eastern
states and to Canada.
Mrs. John Boisseau and little
daughter are visiting friends in Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. -Miss
Agnes Burford is the guest of
Miss Kit Davis at Lake Weir.
Mr. J. T. Lewis Jr. has returned to
his home in Oklawaha after a visit of
two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Pinkert. Master Charles Pinkers Jr.
accompanied him home and will be a
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis for a
fortnight. Tcrpa Tribune.
Mr. and M:-. F. A. Kelsey and
daughter, Miss Winona Kelsey, expect
to leave shortly for an automobile trip
to include Washington, D. C, Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore and other points in Ohio. They
will be absent from the city some
Mrs. J. Sanford Jewett and two
charming daughters, Misses Margaret
and Nan, left today for Birmingham,
Ala., where they will be the guests
of Mrs. Jewett's mother, Mrs. Ansley.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Caldwell and
two sons of Ocala, motored to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville recently and are visiting Mrs.
Caldwell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D.
T. Mclntyre, at their home on Parker
street. After a several weeks' so
journ here, Mr. and Mrs. Caldwell
will leave for New York City and
other points in the north, where they
will spend some time, leaving their
sons in Jacksonville during their ab absence.
sence. absence. Times-Union.
"David Garrick," as set forth by
Dustin Farnum, at the Temple last
night, was a very fine picture play.
Tonight there will be another episode
oMary Page," and the usual excel excellent
lent excellent features that accompany it.
Pictures for birthday and anniver
sary presents at THE BOOK SHOP.
MORMING AND AFTERNOON
G A IN ES VI LLE-0 C A LA MAIL
The Star has
rom the Ocala
postoffice that, mail
from Gainesville in
the A. C. L. train
will be received
ke morning on
which arrives at 11:15, and that mail
will be sent to Gainesville on the same
train in the afternoon. This train
eaves at 4:10 p. m., and the mail for
it will be closed at 3:55 p. m.
There is no mail clerk on the
rain, consequently the mail will be
sent in a closed pouch. This will be
great convenience to our people,
who have heretofore received mail
rom Jacksonville 101 miles away
sooner than from Gainesville only 42
miles away, and who have always re
ceived letters from Gainesville too
ate to answer them the same day. j
The people of the two towns will
owe this accommodation to Congress
man Clark and the Star. About two
weeks ago, the Star sent a letter to
Mr. Clark, calling his attention to the
need of mail oh this train. Mr. Clark
immediately replied that he would
see what could be done about it, and
this is the first result. No doubt. but
that before long a mail clerk will be
put on the train and all the way sta stations
tions stations will also have the benefit of the
morning and evening service.
Lest everybody forgets, the' Star
will remind them that the present
large and useful mail that arrives in
Ocala every morning from Jackson
ville and Tampa over the Seaboard
was put on owing to the Star's
thoughtf ulness. Twenty years ago
there was no mail car on the Sea
board night trains. A sack of letter
mail was sent from each place in
charge of the train men, but there
was no way mail nor newspapers
The Star called Congressman Spark-
man's attention to this state of af
fairs, and that energetic representa
tive at once brought pressure to bear
on the department, which put on a
mail that the country between Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville and Tampa would not know
how to do without now.
ZEWADSKI'S FINE FOUR
Mr.- and Mrs. W. K. Zewadski are
looking forward with a great deal of
pleasure to the arrival of their son,
Mr. Clarence Zewadski about the
18th inst., from Michigan, where he
graduated from the law department
of the University of Michigan on the
29th of June. Mr. Zewadski is now
spending a couple of weeks with a
house party on Mullet Lake, Michl
Of the four Zewadski sons, three
of them, Osco, Guy and Clarence,
graduated from the University of
Michigan, the law school of which
they and their father consider the
best in the land. Mr. and Mrs. Ze-
wadski's fourth son, Mr. Olaf Zewad
ski, has a fine position on the Times-
Union in the classified advertising de
Mr. Clarence Zewadski will be asso associated
ciated associated with his father in the practice
of law in Ocala. Mr. Osco Zewadski
is practicing law in Tampa, has one
of the finest law businesses in that
city in which his brother, Mr. Guy Ze
wadski is associated with him. A
rather remarkable record, father and
thre sons lawyers in one family. The
four sons will spend some time in the,
city with their parents during the fall,
at a family reunion, at which time
there will be present Mr. Osco Ze
wadski's wife and two sons, who are
now visiting at the Zewadski home
Blitchton, July 6. Mr. and Mrs. W.
T. Gary and Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Hel
venston of Ocala were Sunday callers.
Mr. Harold Tribble returned to
Lake City Monday.
Mr. Landis Blitch and Mr. Roland
Wilkinson of St. Petersburg, are on
a camp near Trenton this week.
Mr." W.' P. Hammons has purchased
a I'ord from Mr. Tucker in Ocala.
Mrs. G. V. Blitch is convalescing
from her recent illness.
About forty young people from here
and Morriston enjoyed a picnic
Stafford's pond the fourth.
Mr. and. Mrs. O. S. Sanders spent
the week end at Mcintosh.
Mr. 15. K. isiitcn is attending a
meeting of the school board this
Miss Opal Blitch returned home
Messrs. J. W. Coulter, G. V. Blitch,
Goree Blitch, James Sanders and Dr.
Blitch, Miss Legie Blitch and Mrs. R.
A. Jordan visited Ocala Wednesday.
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FLOWER OF ROMANCE
By KATE CONWAY.
"Oh, Tve known Tuck Crawford ever
since he was knee high to a grass grasshopper,"
hopper," grasshopper," said Aunt Bethiah placidly.
"He won't hurt anybody, and I've nev never
er never been afraid of him. He's got plenty
of money hid down the well, I sup suppose,
pose, suppose, or under the mounting stone."
"Then it's a pity he doesn't dig up
some of it for Berenice," said Laura
passionately. "She has had to stay at
home and take care of her father and
all those children, five of them, ever
since her mother died, and they're
well not poor I suppose, but always
just getting by don't you know what
I mean, auntie? There isnt enough
money for this and that, and Bernice
can't even think of getting married for
years and years."
"Has she got anyone picked out
yet?" asked Aunt Bethiah.
"Has she? Why, don't you know
she's engaged to our Rob?"
Mrs. Fennimore dropped her cro crocheting
cheting crocheting and looked over her eye eyeglasses
glasses eyeglasses at her youngest niece. The hope
of the Fennimore family was Rob.
"I suppose," said Mrs. Fennimore,
with Just a bit of a sigh, "they were
sweethearts when they were children.
Rob's the kind of a boy to keep the
flower of romance blooming for years.
Is she nice, Laura?"
"Nice? She's Just a darling, auntie.
Wall ride over there this morning and
you can see her. She's the winsomest
girl you ever saw Just that, the win winsomest."
somest." winsomest." "Willing to marry Rob?"
"Oh, yes. I tell you they're been en engaged
gaged engaged since his Junior year, but she
has a big idea of duty, and her fa father
ther father seeds her. But if their Grandfa
ther Crawford would do the right
thing they could afford to hire a house
keeper and let Berenice get married in
Always was too selfish to give a
crow a crumb," Aunt Bethiah agreed.
"We'll see what can be done. I never
was afraid of Tuck Crawford and I
ain't today. He needs a boss fear
About ten they drove over to the
Junior Crawford home.
Real sightly old place, ain't it r
said Mrs. Fennimore when they came
away, "and I do like Berenice. She's
sweet as a tea rose, I declare she is.
with those big brpwn eyes and that
fair, curly hair. Bless her heart!
Just drive over to her grandfather's
place, will you, Laura?"
Back on an old side road it was, a
little "gray house in a tangle of trees
and grape vines, with a big well sweep
at the back and the barn across the
road. Mr. Crawford was struggling
with the well, trying to draw up a
pail, and Laura hurried over to help
"Don't spill it, mind.," he cautioned
testily. "Can't bear a mite o' damp
or mildew round my house. Some
folks don't mind, but it makes me fear fearful
ful fearful chilly. Just set It down on that
shelf by the sink, Laury. Much
"How be you, Tuck?" called Aunt
Bethiah, happily, coming up the path
toward him, her full skirts brushing
off leaves and cobwebs .from the dry
weeds. So sweet-faced and blooming
she looked that Laura stared at her.
And so did Tucker Crawford. Not
such a vision had he seen in many
years In his front yard. He wiped his
hand off en his coat and gave It to
her a bit shakily.
"Why Bethiah, how be ye?" he ex exclaimed.
claimed. exclaimed. "Look Just as young and pert
a's ever. When did you get over
"Been East two weeks." v
"Widow, too, ain't you?"
"These ten yeuis, Tuck."
"Well, well. How pert you do look."
His faded blue eyes lingered on her
cheerful face hungrily. "Want a place
as housekeeper, Bethiah? Tve been
looking 'round for a good, hard-working
"No, thanks," she laughed. "I'm
provided for, Tuck. I wanted to see
you about Berenice, your grandchild.
Our Rob's in love with her, and she
with him. I want them to be married
before I go back West. Now, Til give
Rbb some money, enough to set him
up, and I want you to look after Bere Berenice;
nice; Berenice; give her a nice wedding and
some of her grandmother's linen and
silver. I know she had a lot of It;
probably right up in your garret this
"Like enough it is," murmured Mr.
Crawford, stroking his HtUe pointed
beard. "I ain't looked to see. How
pert you look, Bethiah! I can't get
After they had said good-by and
driven down the road, the old man
stood watching them, leaning his arms
on the little rusty iron gate. His face
wore a peaceful, eatisfied smile. He
had promised all Bethiah had asked
wedding clothes, old silver and linen,
even the housekeeper.
"Let 'em have it and enjoy them themselves,"
selves," themselves," be said. "Take about two
hundred to start with, she said. And
i got eight thousand in the bank at
Willimantic and four over in Putman.
Guess we can give Berenice a wed wedding
ding wedding like her grandmother had. Wa Watering
tering Watering the flower of romance?"
He sighed. Sixty years back he had
loved Bethiah Newell, or was it fifty?
Now she stepped into his old gar garden
den garden and the flower of romance lifted
Its head at her coming and bloomed
for another girl and boy.
He went back up. the path smiling
and nodding his head, talking softly
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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 191S
400 HEAR AN Ell
Fast Heading to Extinction, Says
Mrs. Herbert Parsons.
BRAINY PEOPLE TOO BUSY.
Dull Ones Unabl to Keep Game Go Going,
ing, Going, and as a Result Dynatty Is Tot-
, tering, Declares Congressman's Wife.
" 8ees OnIy Fortune Hunters Among
Chicago. After Mrs. Elsie Clews
Parsons of New York, wife of Herbert
Parsons, New York representative,
and daughter of Henry Clews, flnan--der,
hurried back home, Chicago so society
ciety society folk1 were wondering If she really
meant what she said in an address
here recently before the City club.
Mrs. Parsons said society the Four
Hundred was fast heading to extinc extinction.
tion. extinction. She advised sociological murder
for "society," and, as a matter of fact,
she said the homicidal process was al already
ready already well on the way.
- As if that were not enough, she gave
It a name which should slay it forth forth-wlth
wlth forth-wlth if It is subject to mortal wound.
he didn't once mention "parasites,"
tout she called it the "gynocratlc class
Photo by American Press Association.
UBS. HERBERT FABSONS.
a woman bossed conclave, on whose
bepowdered petticoats clung a few un uninteresting
interesting uninteresting men fortune hunters and
an even less ambitious male contin contingent,
gent, contingent, who cultivated society for the
bare sake of the meals involved in be
ing asked out to dinner.
The crumbling of the dynasty she
attributed to the following:
' That people with brains no longer
Jiave time for it; ergo, it Is losing lead leaders.
ers. leaders. '";' y '; :";."-.
That; being a female organization in
the beginning. It would no longer have
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suffrage, club life, business or socio sociological
logical sociological work.
The younger girls are demanding the
right to select their own mates; there therefore
fore therefore they will not frequent "society
where the men are uninteresting.
That an economic age is fast making
it Intolerably ridiculous.
Mrs. Parsons displayed the humorous
deformities of her subject so general
at first that her audience, consisting
numerously of "society's limbs, forgot
to get angry and was soon laughing
heartily at itself. One or two dowa dowagers
gers dowagers got fussily up and left .with hus husbands,
bands, husbands, who were red and seemed un unhappy.
happy. unhappy. "The society group of any American
community," Mrs. Parsons said, "is
composed of persons sufficiently desir desirous
ous desirous to be In the group to pay the en entrance
trance entrance fee, so to speak. Comparatively
few persons can belong to society with without
out without having some .source of revenue
Now and then in the larger cities may
be found men who get their living by
being In society.
"Conspicuous waste Is a desideratum
if not a requisite of a stable social po position.
sition. position. For real estate men, brokers of
various kinds, house decorators, archi architects,
tects, architects, portrait painters and drawing
room musicians it Is good, sound busi business
ness business to be in society.
"Many smart society women eschew
love' altogether. They are like the sa saloon
loon saloon keeper who does not drink. But
they will flirt, for flirtation means re
tainers, and retainers mean prestige.
"Prudent lovers withdraw as far as
possible from society. Elderly match matchmakers
makers matchmakers delight In nothing so much as
trading in the marriage market, and
young and tractable hearts are their
counters. Therefore they suffer the
Horse Dislikes Cigarette.
Los Angeles. A sensitive horse who
has a dislike for cigarette smoke at attacked
tacked attacked Edgar Akers. aged twenty-five:
of this city, an -Z bit him on the ri-Ut
hand.-.-Akers., was smoking a ekrarert
near the horse,- which was standing a (
the curb. With an. anpry squeal ,th
horse seized Akers by the rijiht hand
Akers managed to free his hand, bnt
not until the horse's teeth had torn th
flesh from the fingers.
Old Man Hobbles to Polls.
St. Paul. An aged mini limped im
the voting booth of the Third precinct
of the Sixth ward the other day.. "After
he had marked a ballot William Casey
ninety-two years oil. conned to the
election judges that it was his thirty
ninth time for voting in St Paul. Mr
Casey came to St. Paul in 1S77.
OF THE CITY COUNCIL
Finance D. W. Tompkins, chair
man; G. A. Nash, W. A. Knight.
Cemetery J.'T. Moore, chairman;
D. E. .Mclver, H. A. Weathers.
Judiciary J. MV Metfert, chairman;
J. J Gerig, D. E. Mclver.
Street D. E. Mclver, chairman; D.
W. Tompkins, W. A; Knight.
Fire J. J. Gerig, chairman; J M.
Meffert, G. A. Nash.
PoUse W. 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.
Liht and Water G. A. Nash,
chairman; D. W. Tompkins, J. M. Mef
Building H. M. Weathers, chair chairman;
man; chairman; H. A. Fausett, D. E. Mclver.
A DOCTOR'S REMEDY
As a cure for coughs and colds Dr.
Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey, combines these
remedies in just the right proportion
to do the most good for summer
coughs or colds. A trial will prove
the value of this splendid cough med
icine. Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey
soothes the irritation, stops your
cough, kills the cold germs and does
you a world of good. A 25c bottle will
more than convince you it will stop
your cough. At druggists. Ad. a
A Prison Punster.
"The close confinement," said the
prison visiting justice to a hardened
old convict, "must affect you greatly.
"Yes,", replied the facetious convict.
"I find prison bars somewhat grating.
"Ah, -life 'to 7u is evidently a fail
nre," was the visitor's further com
"Yes; it's nothing but a cell," said
the convict Pittsburgh Chronicle-Tele
J Reckless, v
"Perhaps it is just as well that wives
do not always know how husbands
disburse their funds." ?
"How now?" ,:
' "My wife would have a fit if she
knew I spent my 15 cents lunch money
for a sandwich and a ten cent cigar."
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Every family without exception
should keep this preparations at hand
during the hot weather of the summer
months, i 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
for the purposes for which it is in intended..
tended.. intended.. Buy it now. Obtainable ev everywhere.
erywhere. everywhere. Adv.
Pure drugs, prompt service and .no
substitution in our PRESCRIPTION
department. Tell your physician to
leave yours with us. The Court
Problems For Scandinavia Multi Multiply
ply Multiply as War Drags On.
HOPE IN NEW CONFERENCE
Officials of Norway, Sweden and Den Denmark,
mark, Denmark, However, Feel That They Have
. Yet to Deal With Real Crises of Con Con-''
'' Con-'' flict Rumors of Sinister Intentions
Copenhagen, Denmark. Although nu
official "statement has been made as
to the detailed deliberations of the eou
ference of Scandinavian premiers ami
foreign ministers recently held here.
the meeting itself seems to have
wrought a noticeable feeling of relief
in the three neutral nations of the
north, and there is "without doubt just
a little more confidence that these
countries will be able to fight their
way through the difficulties of the war
without being drawn into the hostili hostilities.
ties. hostilities. The position of the Scandinavian
countries Denmark, Norway and
Sweden has been more or less a deli delicate
cate delicate one ever since the war began.
With each day that the -fighting con continues
tinues continues the problems of commerce and
For almost two years each of the
three countries has been dealing Indi Individually
vidually Individually with the problems of war.
There had been no-thorough exchange
of Tiews since the gathering of the
Photo by American Press Association.
KCTG GUSTAVB OF SWEDEN. "r
; : ..;,.. -.'.- .--'.: '"V ',
Scandinavian tings at Malmo In De
cember, 1914, when the neutrality of
the north formally was proclaimed.
There was perhaps just a little feeding
of uneasiness, attributable to a lack of
counsel, when King Gustave of Swed Sweden
en Sweden suggested the conference which was
recently held here.
Officials of the three governments
feel that; difficult and complex as has
been the situation in the past, they
have yet to deal with the real crises
of the war. It Is realized here that
before peace possibly can bring an end
to hostilities the situation on one side
or the other must be far more desper desperate
ate desperate than it is today.
Ever so often there spreads over
Scandinavia the report that Germany
intends eventually to "seize" Denmark.
Of course these reports seldom get be beyond
yond beyond word of mouth travelers return returning
ing returning from Germany assure their friends
they heard the news from reliable
sources and consequently they do hot
call for official or other denials.
On the other hand, there comes just
as often from Sweden or Norway the
report that England, with a prolonged
stress of war, would eventually shut
off all supplies from the Scandinavian
Tcountries as the one sure method of
stopping "leaks" to Germany and Aus Austria.
tria. Austria. England has trade agreements
with Norway and Denmark, however,
which seem to be working in a satis satisfactory
factory satisfactory manner.
The wholly unauthentlcated rumors
as to the sinister Intentions of the op opposing
posing opposing belligerents are set aside, of
course, as worthless. They would be
completely dismissed if It were not for
the ever increasing fear that there may
be two or three years more of fighting.
The ; complications that, these -years
.would bring about, the effect of Ihe
long drawn out struggle upon the bel belligerents
ligerents belligerents and the constant encroach encroachments
ments encroachments upon neutral rights are looked
forward to with anything but quietude.
In connection with the conference
the general feeling here was that Swed Swedish
ish Swedish sentiment favored a more aggres aggressive
sive aggressive attitude by the northern states to to-ward
ward to-ward the belligerents. This tendency
in Sweden already had been shown, it
was said, by her strong protests to
Great Britain against the action of that
government in holding up and confis
eating much of the parcel post passing
between Sweden and the United States.
This was followed by Sweden's act of
retaliation in stopping all parcel post
between England and Russia.
Norway and Denmark, on the other
hand, feel that, bad as the situation" is
with respect to shipping, it might still
In considering, the attitudes of the
Scandinavian countries It must be
borne in mind that In Norway and
Denmark public sentiment greatly fa
vors the allies, while in Sweden the
majority sentiment appears to be pro-
German. There are close ties of kin
ship between the reigning families of
the two former countries and the royal
family in England.
THE GAY STATESMAN.
A Tribute to the Versatile Genius of
Because no man can live exclusively
to himself either for good or evil, with
every mention of Burr's name the fig
ure of Hamilton rises, an avenging
ghost. Even before that precocious
young native of the West Indies walk walked
ed walked into our military history at Prince Princeton,
ton, Princeton, a lad only nineteen, lost in thought,
a cocked hat pulled down over his eyes
while his hand rested upon a cannon
that he patted absentmindedly as if
it were a favorite horse,, he had done
valiant work for American liberty with
his pen. From the time he touched
our shores to the July morning more
than thirty years later when Burr's
bullet laid him low he was a force to
be reckoned with.
And his was one of those natures.
keenly alive on many sides whose as astonishing
tonishing astonishing maturity of intellect did not
snuff out the zest of life. lie became
"my boy" to Washington very early
to his service, worked willingly at
headquarters day in and day out with
a sober application equal to Washing Washington's
ton's Washington's own, yet contrived to snatch from
such never ending drudgery youth's
dear and fleeting joys. He brought
gayety even to Washington's mess ta table,
ble, table, courted black eyed Elizabeth
Schuyler under the muzzles of British
guns and in the years of their mar married
ried married life together managed with all
his prodigious labors to bend social
graces as well as the solid qualities of
his mind to enriching their days and
Besides being a great statesman, he
was "an enjoying gentleman," to use
the quaint old phrase. Talleyrand
corrupt and appreciative, looked upon
Mm with amazement. "II avalt divine
l'Europe," he said, which, from a Eu European
ropean European of that day, about an American
was near the highest praise. namil
ton's management of the treasury,
without breath of scandal or self seek seeking,
ing, seeking, filled the Frenchman with even
greater astonishment. "I have beheld
one of the wonders of the world," he
exclaimed "a man who has made a
nation rich laboring all night to pro provide
vide provide his family with bread." Helen
Nicolay In Century.
THIS PLANT IS A THIEF.
Dodder Steals All the Digested Food
of Its Clover Neighbors.
Possibly he's too lazy to feed him himself,
self, himself, or It may be that he came from
a family of criminals and can't over overcome
come overcome his heredity. At any rate, he's
a robber, a thlefand a plunderer. None
of these names Is too Severe, and if
you doubt it ask the farmer, who
knows him for the damage he does
every year to the clover and alfalfa
crops. The plant is the dodder.
Perhaps we can forgive the dodder
for not preparing his own food, for he
has nothing to prepare it with. Nearly
all plants have chlorophyll, the sub substance
stance substance which makes plants green and
digests the food which they take from
the ground and the air. The dodder
has no chlorophyll.
So it has to turn robber to live. After
the seed springs from the ground the
dodder vine reaches out until it touches
some other plant, clover, for example.
It attaches itself to the clover stem by
its tiny rootlets and begins to eat the
food which the clover has taken and
After awhile the root withers and
diesj and the vine keeps reaching out
for more victims, binding them to together
gether together with its tiny threads. You prob probably
ably probably have seen the small, pale, bell
shaped flowers climbing over a field of
Once dodder gets a hold In a clover
field the farmer's only escape is to cut
clover and dodder alike and burn the
crop. And the farmer believes this
death none too horrible "for the little
robber vine. Philadelphia North Amer American.
ican. American. The White of an Egg.
The white of an. egg is made up of
little cells filled with albumen. By
beating the white these cells are rup ruptured
tured ruptured and oxygen from the air Is in inclosed,
closed, inclosed, which gives the white and light
appearance to beaten eggs. The white
of a stale egg will not inclose as much
oxygen, will not be as light and as
easily digested as that of the fresh egg
and, of course, less valuable. The im importance
portance importance of beating the egg in cold,
pure air Is readily seen.
How Is it that a manacled convict
can escape unhurt by leaping from a
train running at the rate of thirty
miles an hour when every time the
average citizen slips in alighting from
a car he injures himself so severely
that the, railway company must pay
him big damages? Louisville News.
Mixed trie Streets.
The dovetailing of the new city plan
of 1807-11 on the old line of New York
streets resulted in a curious complica complication
tion complication whereby Fourth street crossed
both Tenth and Eleventh streets, a
fourth dimensional achievement war warranted
ranted warranted to stagger the brainiest ot
WHEN YOU HAVE A COLD
Give it attention, avoid exposure, be
regular and careful of your diet, also
commence taking Dr. King's New
Discovery.. It contains pine tar, an antiseptic
tiseptic antiseptic oils tnd balsams. Is slightly
laxative. Dr. King's New Discovery
eases ycur cough, soothes your throat
and bronchial tubes, checks your cold,
smarts to clear your head. In a short
time you know your cold is better.
Its the standard family cough syrup
I in use over 40 years. Get a bottle at
once. Keep it in the house as a cold
"insurance. Sold at your druggist. 3
aiic vuiilllio cicu
CAPITAL STOCK 850,000.00.
State, County and City Depository.
The Tire Man 1
Service car always ready for
'rouble on the road. Fisk and Hood
Tires and Tubes. All orders prompt promptly
ly promptly filled.
24 N. MAGNOLIA STREET
THE WEMPSOE MOTEL
f"- . ; I if f x
""a. : ---yi
xn 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.
RATES From $1.50 per day
ROBERT M. MEYER,
WHITE STAR ONE
TRANSFER WL ST01AGE
Trains for Rent Light and Heavy flanling Moving, Packing
MERCHANT & MINERS
From Jacksonville to
New York and return . $35.00
Baltimore and return... 32.00
Philadelphia and return. 35.00 ft-
w u: 1 I IAA M
t iiaiuiig urn aim iciiu 11 oi.uv
Savannah and return... 6.00
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, f oare or any information cheerfully furnished
on application. Ask for tour book.
Address Merchants & Miners Trans. Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
H. a AVERY, Agt. L. D. JONES, C. A. J. F. WARD, T. P. A.
W. P. TURNER, G. PJi. Baltimore, Maryland
tor a generous trial tube of tttis exceptional tootli
and roar dealer s name 10 vrrauaoa.
Put Your Ad. in the Star.
per person to $6.00.
J. E. KAVANAUGH T
Phone ... 296
' i IB tW'' 'ta
Boston and return.....
Providence and return
Blue Mountain and return 35.50
Atlantic City and return. 36.50
Asbury Park and return. 360
i n (I iP Oct p( :tW
e, send c. la stamp
g, few wont, it.
OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1916
77E WONDER CAR
THE WONDER CAR
eUltiie W17 Models of
' ' '' E. O. B. DETTRiOrr '
The car that lias proven such a success from every standpoint for the
g June 30th will not be changed.
fiscal year endin
In the face of a raise of almost every car made in
the United States, during the past- few months, the
Maxwell has starts the automobile manufacturing
and purchasing world by its fourth consecutive year yearly
ly yearly cut in price.
Enormous production, wonderful systematizing,
heavy purchases of material on long contracts, doubl doubling
ing doubling the factory's capacity and the Standardizing of
models, has enabled this cut in price.
The lowest first cost,
Most complete equipment, ;
Greatest gasolene mileage,
Record for the world on oil mileage,
Endless successions of tire mileage records,
Cheapest price on replacement parts,
Most complete stock of parts in the state carried at at-Ocala,
Ocala, at-Ocala, Strongest and most flexible motor for sand pulling
and hill climbing for its weight and horse powerjg
Strongest guarantee and most liberal adjustments.
These are the points that sell the Maxwell and that
will sell One Hundred Thousand this year.
I have a shipment of 12 cars en route. Can make a few deliveries out of Jacksonville stock in the mean
time. Write, Wire or Phone, my representative will call on you. Liberal terms on purchases of Maxwell cars
if you want them. I will take your old car at just valuation.
R. M. CARROE
Maxwell Distributor for Marion, Lake, Citrus, Sumter and Levy Counties
OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 191
' Mr. L. P. Wilson, cashier of the
Monroe & Chambliss National Bank
has returned from a business trip to
Mr. D. E. Mclver paid a business
visit to Jacksonville yesterday and in
the afternoon went out to Black Point
to visit the Ocala Rifles.
We carry a full line of Newport
bathing shoes. Gerig's. tf
JFORD touring car for sale.
R. R." Carroll.
Try Bouquet Dozira
per ounce, at Gerig's.
Carter's Butternut Bread I i mad
of pure flour, sugar, yeast, malt,
.Ml- 1 1 I ii 1- An r,A
nu lit, lacu suu imuv, iw i uwo u
wrapped by machinery and baked
with steam. SJO-tf
When the "tiger" cases were taken
up in the recorder's court this morn morning,
ing, morning, Dave Miller was discharged, Fan Fannie
nie Fannie Brown's case was postponed for a
reasonable time, Henry Edwards' sen sentence
tence sentence was postponed until tomorrow,
and William McClellan, failing to put
in an appearance, forfeited his bond.
FORD touring car for sale.
R. R. Carroll.
New Rays of Light
One of the most wonderful electrical
appliances Is the X-ray which may be
used both in the treatment of various dis diseases
eases diseases and in the diagnosis of many ob obscure
scure obscure conditions. With its aid the in interior
terior interior of the human body is no longer the
sealed book it has been heretofore. Ab Abnormal
normal Abnormal states of the bones, gall stones,
stone in the bladder or in the kidneys, are
shown plainly by what are known as Xr
tit nfcrktSrrra.rVi Tntrnal tnmnra And
the enlargement of the deep-seated ori
gans, are also discovered by this means
and in the diagnosis of tuberculosis ol
the. lungs this agent has proven a most
valuable aid. When applied to some of
the less fatal chronic ailments of germ
origin it has proven very effective as a
Another interesting proceeding Is the
violet-ray treatment produced by concen concentrating
trating concentrating the violet or chemical rays from
an arc light with a specially prepared
carbon upon any portion of the body that
may be the seat of pain. Sufferers from
neuralgia, sciatica, rheumatism, strains,
sprains, also from those obscure exhaust exhausting
ing exhausting pains (the origin of which cannot at
times be accurately determined) frequent frequent-'
' frequent-' ly find immediate relief from a single
treatment and usually with a little per persistence
sistence persistence in the use of this aid, comfortable
health or perfect recovery is obtained.
The incandescent light bath, consisting
of a cabinet In which the patient is
bathed in the -combined rays of many
electric light globes, has produced really
wonderful results in diabetes, sciatica,
rheumatism, obesity, ansemia, and some
forms of kidney and heart trouble. : It
has also proven valuable in chronic bron bronchitis,
chitis, bronchitis, bronchial asthma and various skin
diseases. As a general hygienic measure
Its fimclsnev can sr.arr.Alv n nvfir-pst.t-
Those who have been patients at Dr.
Pierce's Invalids' Hotel, in Buffalo, N.Y.,
highly commend this wonderfully equip equipped
ped equipped Sanitarium, where the above men-
current, and other most modern and up-to-date
apparatus are used for the cure
of chronic diseases. The treatment of
the chronic diseases that are peculiar to
women have for many years been a large
factor in the cures affected at the In Invalids
valids Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute.
In erecting the Invalids' Hotel, Dr. R.
XT Tr. ..i. i i i.
v ficicc a luoti was mj uiano in a geuuiuo
home, not a hospital. Such cases as rup rupture,
ture, rupture, hydrocele and varicocele are usually
cured in ten days, and the patient is able
to return home. The terms are moderate
and the rates at the Invalids' Hotel com-
farativeiy low. mine examination ana
reatment of patients the practice is
divided into specialties. Each member of
the .Faculty, although educated to prac practice
tice practice in all departments of medicine and
partment only, to which he devotes his
entire time, study and attention. Not
only is superior skill, thus attained, but
also rapidity and accuracy in the diagno diagnosis
sis diagnosis of disease.
Specialists connected with this Insti
tute at Buffalo, are enabled to accurately
determine the nature of many chronic
diseases without seeing and personally
examining their patients. This method
of treating patients at a distance, by mail,
has been so successful that there is
scarcely a city or a village in the United
States that is not represented by one or
more cases upon the records of practice
at the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical In Institute.
stitute. Institute. Such rare cases as cannot be
treated in this way, which require surgi surgical
cal surgical operations or careful after-treatment,
or electrical therapeutics, receive the ser services
vices services of the most skillful specialists at
. the Institution. .,'
In medicine there has been rapid pro progress
gress progress during recent years, Dr. Pierce has
kept up with the times by continually im improving
proving improving his laboratory by skilled chemists,
and exercising care that the ingredients
. entering into his well-known medicines
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription as well
as the "Golden Medical Discovery" are ex extracted
tracted extracted from the best variety of native
medicinal roots. These are gathered with
great care and at the proper season of the
year, so that their medicinal properties
may be most reliable.
These extracts are then made soluble
in pure triple refined glycerine and bottled
in a hygienic and scientific manner. Thus
the World's Dispensary as established by
Dr. Pierce Is supplied with every known
apparatus and means of cure, for its aim
is to avoid surgical operations whenever
Great care Is exercised not to over en encourage
courage encourage those who consult the specialists
of this institution, that no false hopes
' may be raised.
Many thousands are annually treated
both through correspondence and at thi3
Institute. Every one consulting by letter
or in person receives the most careful and
considerate attention. All communica communications
tions communications are treated as strictly confidential.
No charge whatever is made for con consultation.
sultation. consultation. Write the Invalids Hotel and Surgical
Institute, Dr. R. V. Pierce, President, at
FORD CAR FOR SALE
A Ford touring car, 1915 model, in
absolutely first class condition thru thru-out;
out; thru-out; new tires, both prest-o-lite and
electric light equipment. Fully equip equipped
ped equipped in every respect. Hurry, hurry,
if you want it. It will not be here Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night. No more wide tread
Fords will be shipped to the South,
you know. R. R. Carroll.
Local business men and others who
have occasion to use the mails to
reach residents of Ocala will be glad
to learn that beginning today pouch
service will be inaugurated between
Gainesville and the Brickj City, this
service to be maintained on the Wil-cox-Gainesville-Ocala
daily except Sunday. The train leaves
this city at 9 a. m., and returning
from Ocala arrives here at 5:58 p.
m Gainesville Sun.
Mr. B. L. Adams and a friend may
call at the store of Allie Mordis and
drink bottled coca-cola at the expense
of this company, providing this notice
is shown. The Ocala Coca-Cola Bot Bottling
tling Bottling Works. It
IF THE PARTY who has my sabre
and belt will please return I will be
very much obliged. G. A. Nash 29-6t
FORD touring car for sale.
R. R. Carroll.
Take Rexall liver salts for
ti red, lazy feeling. Gerig's
- Fresh seeds of all
Ocala Seed Store.
Eat OCALA-MADE bread. There's
none better than uarters butter butternut.
nut. butternut. 20-tf
The Evening Star may always be
found on sale at Gerig's News
Fine china at THE BOOK SHOP.
. rienry James' Style.
Stevenson spotted the unconscion unconscionable
able unconscionable repetition of certain adjectives in
"Roderick Hudson," but probably the
most marked characteristic of Henry
James style-was his passion for ad
verbs and adverbial clauses. He was
the most adverbial of English writers.
You will find more adverbs to the page
than even In Meredith. And he had a
quaint habit of putting the adverb
before the verb when most writers
would put It after. One of his ladles
(the examples are taken at random)
"thankfully felt," another "quite bean bean-tif
tif bean-tif ully and tenderly smiled." And
"after all" crops up all over the place.
But one would not have these things
altered; they were part of the man.
One does object to them, however, in
his imitators, who have learned the
trick, but missed the spirit behind it.
World Future' Fish Supply.
The sea beats upon 26,000 miles of
Alaska shore line, a distance greater
than the circumference of the earth.
All of that vast stretch of waters Is
teeming with the most edible fish on
earth. Every bay is a harbor where
these fish can be prepared for the mar markets
kets markets of the world, and the greatest
ships afloat can anchor, in safety while
taking on their cargo of food for the
hungry of all climes. In a few years
Alaskan fish will be famous wherever
ships sail and men exchange the prod products
ucts products of their toil. This Is but one of
Alaska's sources of wealth. Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh Dispatch.
Relativity of Space.
It so happened that a new professor
of music had just been installed in a
certain college for women. Naturally
he was the subject of a heated discus discussion
sion discussion among his pupils to be. Said one:
"Handsome! Why. his nose and the
point of his ehfn nearly meet."
"Mj dear." cautioned his champion,
with dignity, "why do you exaggerate
so? You know as well as I that they're
miles apart." New York Post.
Both on the Watch.
Wite That new lady next door
stood in her dining room for half an
hour today staring rudely into ours.
Husband How do you know? Wife Wife-Why.
Why. Wife-Why. I happened to be in our front
bedroom watching her. London Tele Telegraph.
"She trumped his ace."'
"Did he say anything?"
4He couldn't have said more if he
had been married to her." Detroit
Wine and the Bush.v
In olden times Ivy bushes used to be
hung over the doors of taverns assign assign-boards
boards assign-boards because the plant was sacred
to Bacchus, the god of wine.
Jt is not the insurrection of Ignorance
that is dangerous, but the revolts of
ADVERTISE IN THE STAR.
BITTER FEELING IN BERLIN
(Continued from First Page)
cialists and part of the progressive
party, but since then the issue has
been sharply drawn and a full realiza realization
tion realization has come that one purpose of
the agitation was to down the chan chancellor.
cellor. chancellor. The influential Catholic center party
has enrolled itself almost solidly in
his support, the South German states
have lined up behind him and those
sections of public opinion which have
reason to fear conservation domina
tion of the administration have made
their choice between submarines and
junkets and have joined the chancel chancellor's
lor's chancellor's party.
. AH in all, the clouds over German German-American
American German-American relations now are less low
ering than for a long time.
London," July 7- David Lloyd Lloyd-George
George Lloyd-George has been appointed secretary
of war and earldom has been awarded
Sir Edward Grey, secretary for for foreign
eign foreign affairs. Earl Derby, director of
recruiting, has been appointed under undersecretary
secretary undersecretary for war.
W. K. LANE, M. D, -prysician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day. Merchant's Cafe. tf
MOTHER ON TRAIN SEES
SON'S BODY ON RIVER BANK
Cars Are Stopped In California, and
Father Identifies Corpse of the Lad.
Redding, Cal. While riding on the
train from Delta to Redding, Sirs.
Frank Brown, looking from a window,
saw a body on the bank of the Sacra Sacramento
mento Sacramento river. She screamed and said.
"There's my boy!" -".
.The train was stopped, and Frank
Brown, the husband and father, step stepped
ped stepped to the rocks and identified the re remains
mains remains as those of his son Jesse, reven reven-teen
teen reven-teen years of age. who disappeared
from home Feb. 22.
Relatives hunted for two weeks and
then gave up the search. No surmise
can be made as to how he met his
death in the river, except that he fell
in while walking on the bank to avoid
WITH YOUR CAR?
Then bring it to me. Remedying
automobile troubles is my business.
Honest, efficient service; you pay for
the time put in on your car ,only. J.
A. Bouvier, Anthony road, phone
393,. Ocala, Fla.. 6-9-1 6-tf
A. C. L. SCHEDULE
Trains of the Atlantic Coast Line
will arrive and depart in Ocala at the
No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, 2:18-2:25 a. m.
No. 38, St. Petersburg to J ackson ackson-ville,
ville, ackson-ville, 2:25. a. m.
No. 10', Leesburg to Jacksonville,
5:40 a. m.
No. f 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. xn.
No. 40, St. Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 12:54-1:14 p. m.
No. 48, Homosaesa to Ocala, 1:05
No. 49, Ocala to Homosassa, 2:25
No. 39, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, 2:36-2:40 p m. v
No. 140, Ocala to Palatka, Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville and Wileox, 4:10 p. m.
No. 9, Jacksonville to .Leesburg
9:05 p. m. :: f;;.;::'
No. 150, Wilcox to Ocala, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 5:45 p. m.
No. 32, Lakeland to Ocala (Sunny (Sunny-jim),
jim), (Sunny-jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, y 50 p. m.
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 everywhere.
erywhere. everywhere. Adv.
YOUR BOWELS SHOULD
MOVE ONCE A DAY
A free easv movement of the bowels
J every day is a sign of good health.
iTi-m Vi-n'c Vatir T.ifo Tlll a will OTW
you a gentle laxative effect without
griping and free your system of blood
poisons, purify your blood, overcome
constipation and have an excellent
tonic effect cn the entire system.
Makes you feel like Mving. Only 25c
at druggists. Adv. S
CHICKENS KNEW HER.
And Kansas Woman Had No Trouble
Cettina Tt em Back.
Wichita. Ivan- if rs. Jcbn Mstthevrs.
residing on Kelly street, stepped abrupt abruptly
ly abruptly in front of 312 West Third street
one morning lately. Inside a chicken
fence were many chickens. Among
them were four large White Orping Orpingtons.
tons. Orpingtons. She observed them keenly.
"Those are mine," she said, satisfied,
and then she sought out her husband.
Together they went to city court and
got out a search and seizure warrant.
Then, In company with. William Bal Ballard,
lard, Ballard, deputy marshal, they went back
again to 312 West Third street, opened
the chicken yard gate and walked into
A woman ran out on the back porch
and demanded to know what business
the party had in her chicken yard.
"Just came after my chickens," re
torted Mrs. Matthews as she called to
her "pets." The four big chickens ran
up to her, and she picked them up.
"I had 'em marked with blue rib ribbons,"
bons," ribbons," she told the marshal as she
lifted the feathers on the legs. Sure
enough there were the ribbons!
"Yours!" said the deputy marshal.
"But the judge will have to act before
you can have them."
THEIR "AT HOME" IN JAIL
Bride and Bridegroom Accused of Not
Tefling Truth About Ages.
Hart, Mich. Albert White a-wooing
went went all the way from Colfax
township, Oceana county, to Battle
Creek. Now he's back and with him the
bride he won, but they spent their "at
home" period in the Oceana county jail.
Their offense against the peace and
dignity of the state, as formally al alleged,
leged, alleged, was that they didn't tell'' the
truth about their ages when they got
their license to wed.
The banana peel in the path of love
was an angry mother. Albert slipped
up and dragged down his bride when
Mrs. Mary Decker, who objected to
Mamie getting married, heard that the
girl swore she was eighteen when she
was seventeen, as her mother reckons
It. White, who gave his age as twenty,
is said to be nineteen.
The families lived on adjoining
farms in Colfax. Decker and his fam family
ily family moved to Battle Creek last August.
17 SENIORS UNKISSED.
Class President Says They Are Crossss
Between Heroes and Darr.su Fools.
Muskogee, Okla. Of the thirty-five
boy members of the senior class of
Central high school in this city seven seventeen
teen seventeen admit they have never kissed or
Thomas Leech, president of the
class, is not one of them. "As presi president
dent president of the class," he said, "I consider
that the unkissed reflect great glory
upon the seniors and upon Central
high. As a man, speaking unofficially.
I say I think they are darned fools or
perhaps martyrs. That i3 what a mar martyr,
tyr, martyr, is anyhow a cross between a hero
and a darned fool." i
; The girl members of the class are,
to put it mildly, astonished at the reve reve-'lation.
'lation. reve-'lation. One of them declared that she
was "for starting a campaign for the
benefit of the seventeen," and that, if
necessary, she was perfectly willing
to undertake the whole task by her herself.
self. herself. MUST RUN TO AVOID KILLING.
Court Rules It's Murder to Stand When
Life Is Threatened.
Trenton, N. J. In an opinion filed
here recently by Chief Justice Gum Gum-mere
mere Gum-mere sustaining a conviction of mur murder
der murder in the second degree the upreme
court says: :
"A person upon whom an assault is
made so violent in its character as to
endanger his life or threatens him with
serious bodily harm is not Justified or
excusable in standing his ground and
killing his assailant if he can avoid the
impending danger by retreating."
The case was that of Nunzio di Maria
of Harrison, who was sentenced to
from twenty to thirty years in prison
for shooting Frank Barber.
The charge of the trial court to the
jury regarding the law of self defense
was the only ground for reversal of the
conviction. The instruction objected to
was that the defendant had a right to
save his own life. v
SHIPS DOG FOR TREATMENT.
Injured Pet Sent Halfway Across Con Continent
tinent Continent to Surgeon.
Milwaukee, Wis. Struck by an auto automobile
mobile automobile In a Los Angeles street, a pet
house dog belonging to Charles Dyer
was shipped to Slilwaukee by express
to be treated because the Dyer family
insisted on having their family dog
surgeon care for the pet
Dr. E. M. Sullivan, who had the dog
under his care, had him around again
in about a week's time. A telegram
from Mr. Dyer preceded the arrival of
the dog. "He will not take a prize at
the kennel show," said the message,
"but he is one of the family."
Girl Born Blind Can See.
Lehighton, ra. Born blind, Miss Ida
Friend now can see. She has passed
her twenty -fifth year. Restoration
came by an operation performed at
the Willi Eye hospital. Philadelphia,
Mrs. Eckley B. Coxe, owner of many
coal mines, bearing the expense. Sur Surgeons
geons Surgeons say she ultimately will have ex excellent
cellent excellent vision.
Find Fossil Man In Mine.
Beekley. W. Va. Miners digging iu a
coal mine of the East Gulf Coal com company
pany company unearthed the body of a petrified
man. The fossil is a perfect specimen
of the human body. It was found sev several
eral several hundred feet below the surface.
No. 8 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF J
METROPOLITAN SAVINGS BANK OF OCALA
At Ocala, in the State of Florida, at the Close of Business, June 30, 1916 J fc
- J v:
Loans on real estate ....$10,4124-
Loans on collateral security other than real estate. 12,433
All other loans and discounts
Banking house, furniture and fixtures
Claims and other resources
Due from incorporated banks
Checks and exchanges for clearing
Other cash items
Cash on hand
Capital stock paid in ...... $ 25,000.00
Undivided Profit (Less Expenses and Taxes Paid)...-. 150.59
Individual deposits subject to check. 13,299.52
Cashier's checks outstanding 19.78
Savings deposits 19,216.27
Notes and bills rediscounted 12,000.00
:.v Total. .' ..$69,686.16
STATE OF FLORIDA,
COUNTY OF MARION, ss.:
I, F. P. Gadson, cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above" statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
F. P. GADSON, Cashier.
Attest: Subscribed and sworn' to before me
GEORGE GILES. this 6th day of July, 1916.
SSSSSu (Seal) P. E. Anderson,
W. GOODWIN, Notary
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.
5 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 Grocery Co., Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.
FENOLE CHEMICAL COMPANY
1546 FRANKLIN STREET TAMPA PHONE 3625
FINEST AND QUICKEST TRAIN OPERATED ENTIRELY
THE STATE OF FLORIDA ALL THE YEAR
EABOAMB AIR LINE
i "The Progressive Railway of the South"
1 :35 p. m. Lv. . ......... . Jacksonville
4:30 p. m. Ar. . ............ .Ocala .
6:21 p. m. Ar. ........... .Dade City .
7:06 p.m. Ar. ........ ...Plant City .,
7:50 p. m. Ar. . ............ .Tampa. .
fi St. Petersburg
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. nu, Arriving Ocala 4:30 p.m., Arriving at Tampa 7:50 p.m.
JOHN BOSSEIAN, C. P. A. G. Z. PHILLIPS, A. G. P,
' Phone 129, Ocala, Florida Jacksonville, Florida
2CV 55(01 Baltimore, Md, and return.
WbUJ TICKETS SOLD JULY 5-6-7-8-9. LIMIT JULY 31st.
St (Hi Buffalo, New York and return.
POnHvy TICKETS SOLD JULY 8-9-10. LIMIT JUI
ATL&OTS AST LOW EI
STANDARD RADLROAD OF THE SOUTH
STEEL SLEEPING CARS TO BALTIMORE and NEW YORK
For information or tickets call on
M. R. WILLIAMS, T. A.
SERVICES AT MOUNT ZION
At Mount Zion A. M. E. church the
services for Sunday will be as fol follows:
lows: follows: Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.,
A. St. George Richardson, superin superintendent.
tendent. superintendent. Sermon by the pastor at 11
a. m. Meeting of the Allen Christian
Endeavor League at 4:30 p. m.:
Five minute song service.
Solo by Mattie Mitchell.
Recitation by Maisie Marks.
Address by E. Jacobs.
Instrumental solo by Annie Fleutt.
Select reading by Henry Alexander.
Solo by Mary Lattimore.
Biliousness and Stomach Trouble
"Two years ago I suffered from fre frequent
quent frequent attacks of stomach trouble and
biliousness," writes Miss Emma Vcr Vcr-bryke,
bryke, Vcr-bryke, Lima, Ohio. ul 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 everywhere.
where. everywhere. -- Adv.
The Belgians are the greatest pota potato
to potato eaters m the world and the Irish
come second. ..
ADVERTISE IN THE STAR.
, ...Lv. 10:15 a.m.
BROILER DINING CARS
J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A.
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOB
SALE, FOR BENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
12 POUNDS SUGAR ?1 Seven
cakes Grandma Soap 25c, Seven cakes
Export Soap25c. All canned goods at
cost for CASH until July 20th to
make room for new pack. Counts
Grocery Company. 5-tf
WANTEE 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 us send for it. J. T. Clay Clayton.
ton. Clayton. 7-4-et
FOR SALE Nice Jersey milk cow;
just fresh with second calf; gentle
and first class in every respect. Ap-
Tltr f n "W T Cam at 01a Sped Store
or call phone 191. 7-3-6t
FOR RENT A well located cottage
cf five rooms, three blocks from the
square; all modern conveniences. Ap Apply
ply Apply to R. TL Carroll, Star office, tf
PftP CATT T urn-nt m sell rm nair
Jl A.. UAAJXJ m.m -
of good sound mules. E. E. McLin. tf
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