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OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JJLY 10, 1916
VOL. 22, NO. 166
llBBLfitlllllllE PBESIDEHT PROCLAIMS flBIIllBE
' "MF -iiAITI'nflnRF'-:'-nnrR A HIGH PRUPLE in mim
Big German Submarine Merchant Ship has
; Crossed the Briny
ill SFITE OF ALLIED BLOCKADE,
Jacksonville, July 9, 4 p. m- The
Norfolk harbor this morning with a
DEUTSCHLAND HAS MADE THE
Baltimore, July 10- The German
merchant submarine Deutschland
docked at the pier of the Eastern For Forwarding
warding Forwarding company here this morning,
completing a voyage across the At Atlantic.
lantic. Atlantic. Her commander told the port
officials that other submarines will ar arrive
rive arrive soon. There will be. a regular
line, he declared. He told the news newspaper
paper newspaper men that the owners would
make a statement.
DIMENSIONS OF THE DEUTSCH-
''; ; LAND
The bill of health issued to the
Deutschland by the United States
consul at Bremen describes her as a
newly built freighter of 791 tons ca capacity,
pacity, capacity, trading between Bremen and
Boston, or' other eastern Atlantic
.ports. ' ' .-.'V -."-V.' '.
SUB CARRIED CARGO OF MUCH MUCH-NEEDED
NEEDED MUCH-NEEDED DYE STUFFS
The cargo included' seventy-five
tons of dye stuffs, which, are a com commodity
modity commodity much needed in America.
. ', ARMS NOT IN EVIDENCE
Boarding officers were convinced
the Deutschland was unarmed. They
saw no guns or torpedo tubes.
SUB TRAVELED MOSTLY ON THE
me .ueutscniana lext xmiguuiuu
June 23rd. After passing the allied
blockaders, most of the voyage was
made on the surface.
No one' was allowed to approach
the vesel closely at the pier.
The automobile travel through
Ocala over the Dixie Highway and
Paradise Loop continues. There is
possibly not as niuch traffic as during
from out of the state, but almost ev
ery day toUring parties spin in and
out of the city. ;.
Mr. S.-P. Hollinrake has iust re
turned from New York City. He says
that the infantile paralysis epidemic
has caused as much of a scare as the
yellow fever epidemic did in Florida.
Children are being taken out of New
York by the thousands, to the moun
tains and seashores, according to Mr.
A party consisting of Messrs.' John
K. Martin and a urea isecK, mrs. w.
II. Jackson and Misses Annie Atkin Atkinson,
son, Atkinson, Mary Wyatt Galbraith, Eugenia
Fuller, Bettie Wray'McIver and Em
ma and Edna Nelson autoed to Citra
this afternoon to visit Mrs. A. D. Bor
land and Misses Louise and Ethel Bor
land.. .'. :- -..t
Mr. Tom McGuire is again making
his home in Ocala, having moved over
ft om Gainesville where he has been
studying law, a few days ago. He is
reading law in company with Mr. R.
N. Hamilton, who. after studying in a
noted law school in Milwaukee finish finished
ed finished at the University of Florida. Tom
is a clever young man and all his
friends hope he will win distinction in
his chosen profession. ;
J. D. Rooney, sales manager of the
Florida Soft Phosphate and Lime Co.,
is av isitor in Jacksonville. Mr. Roon Rooney
ey Rooney has completed a trip in northeast
Florida and South Georgia in the in interest
terest interest of his concern. Mr. Rooney
sometime ago donated to the city of
Jacksonville fertilizer materials for
the city hall grounds here. While
here he has closed a contract with
the city government for a solid car
of "Phoslime," to be used on the city
prison farm. Times-Union.
IIITREPID' A!ID IIIGEIIUS TEUTONS ESTABLISH A TRA1SSAT-
LAI1TI0 L1I1E TO AMERICA :
(Special to the Star)
German submarine trader entered
By Voyage of the Deutschland, Says
Captain of the Big Under- .'
Baltimore, July 10 British rule of
the seas was broken by the voyage of
the submarine Deutschland across the
Atlantic, declared' Captain Paul Konig
in a formal statement made when he
delivered the. ship's papers to the
North German Lloyd office. :
BREMEN. WILL BE THE NEXT
Captain Konig had a message for
President Wilson. He stated that the
Bremen would be the next submarine
to arrive at Baltimore. He declared
that Germany's crops were expected
to be the biggest in a century.
t HAS SCATTERED
filany of'the Refugees from Mexico
Were Shy of Clothes and
Tampa, July, &. There was great
rejoicing among the 355 refugees
brought here from Vera Cruz, Mexico,
on the" army transport Sumner, when
they were released from the steamer
at Port Tampa last night. They came
ashore and took train for ; Tampa.
Many left on the night trains for their
homes, or homes of relatives in vari
ous parts of the country. The com company
pany company will scatter into almost, every
state in the Union.
Many of the refugees had wired to
Tampa and engaged quarters at ho hotels;
tels; hotels; A great number were practical
ly penniless. The immigration offi officials,
cials, officials, with Inspector W. A. Whalen
directing, .saw to it that these were
supplied with sufficient cash to get
to their destinations. v
"PLEASE DON'T-ROB ME!"
, HIS FLEA TO BURGLARS
Jeweler Tries New Method to
Keep Stock Intact Has Ap-
' peal "Published.
Paterson. N. J. If there is any sport sporting
ing sporting blood In the veins of the industrious
burglars who. have made professional
visits to Leon .pf iedmann's jewelry
store here at regular intervals It is
hardly possible that they can ignore
their victim's final appeal.
. Double locks, bars, burglar alarms
and watchmen ha viuz proved equally
futile. Friedmann decideJ t make a
personal entreatyto the' entire profe.
sion of burglars after n visit which
cost him $2,000. He wrote this com
municatlon and caused ft to appear in
both the afternoon papers here, on the
theory that an up to date burglar must
read one of the two: ,'
; notice to burglars.
' Gentlemen Members of your profession
have called upon us with great profit to
themselves of late We feel, that we have
done our share toward your support: there therefore
fore therefore we would deem it a great, favor if
you would take your trade elsewhere in
future, at least until we can recover from
the many losses we have suffered in the.
past, all of which, unfortunately, are our
own. Respectfully yours,'
, LEON FRIEDMANN.
ADVERTISE IN THE STAR.
IR1TISH AIIO FBE1ICI!
Ambassies; Ask Our Government- to
Make Sure Deutschland is Not
a War Vessel
(Associated : Press)
Washington, July 10. The British
and French embassies officially called
the state department's attention to
the arrival of the submarine Deutsch-
and,and asked that the government
assure itself of the vessel's character.
Naval experts will be assigned to as
sist the treasury department. ;
Great Damage from Floods is Likely
in States of Alabama'and
Atlanta, July 10. The heavy rain
all continues over much of Alabama
and Georgia and many -rivers are
overflowing. The Ocmulgee has flood flooded
ed flooded the lower sections of Macon, peo people
ple people are moving and a number of fac
tories have closed.- There is much
damage to property.
The Chattahoochee is rising at Co Co-umbus
umbus Co-umbus and West Point and alt thru
;rains have been annulled. The Oosta-
naula and Etowah are higher at
Rome, Ga., than since 1892. The flood
stage is f orcasted at Montgomery.
Telegraph wires into Pensacola are
SEAMEN ARE MISSING ;
Mobile, Ala., July 10. It is believ
ed that eight pf the crew of the fish
ing smack. Phillip Reyes perished in
Wednesday's storm. t Two were res
MAY BE REAL NEED
FOR THE HOME GUARD
Impossible to Form a Regular Organ
ization to Supercede Co. "A".
-Protecting this city in the event of
an emergency will fall upon the Home
Guard and such civilians as come to
its assistance. Under the new mili military
tary military law it will not be possible to
form another company here to take
the place of the Rifles, while the lat
ter are doing duty in the Federal ser
vice, and this being the case would
seem to indicate that the state will
have no militia in the event that the
First Regiment is mustered into the
service of the United States.
Adjutant General J Clifford R.-Fos
ter, in a letter to Major John M. Gra
ham, N. G. F., retired, who is captain
of the Home Guard says:
"Replying to your letter of the 4th
instant,' you are advised that the mustering-
in of the Second Infantry for
Federal service does hot create.a va
cancy in the National Guard of the
state. The regiment retains its state
status, and when it has concluded its
tour of Federal duty will return to
"At present there is no vacancy for
additional infantry companies in the
.National Guard, and no assurance of
service for an infantry company can
be given unless there should be war,
and a call for volunteers -j.
The Home Guard meets at the arm
ory Wednesday night at 8:15 o'clock,
We have a new perfume, Bouquet
Dozira, a fine lasting extract, $2 per
ounce. Gerig's. ; tf
URGES BUB MEII BY JUSTICE iD FAIR DEALING TO ES
TABLISH COIIFIIiCE ill AMERICA
Detroit, July 10. Uurging business
men to carry justice and fair dealing
into the world's ports, particularly
Mexico, thereby establishing confi
dence in 'American principles, Presi
dent Wilson addressed the World's
Salesmanship Congress here today.
The president said he would en
deavor to serve all America by serv
ing Mexico for her. best interests
without using force. That to use
force Would' fill the Mexicans with
justified suspicion, and that the ef efforts
forts efforts of some of our business men to
exploit fMexico led Mexicans to be-
ieve the United States wants to pos
session the country and not help it.
The president declared in order to
gain foreign business American busi
ness men must adapt their goods to
the demands of other countries. The
president was enthusiastically receiv
ed. Thousands of people ; lined i the
Doctors of New York Do Not Seem
'. to Know What to Do With
the Dread Disease
York, July 10.r Fourteen
deaths, and 103 new cases "of infantile
paralysis are reported for the twenty-
four hours ending at 10 o'clock this
morning. There have been 238 deaths
rom the disease the last two weeks.
Conner, July 10. This young cou
ple, Miss Maggie Davis and Mr.
Louis Buckles of St. John's-Park, set
sails on the sea of blissful marriage.
The wedding of the young couple was
solemnized at the home of the bride,
at St. John's Park, July 2nd, Rev.
Stubs officiating. Only immediate
relatives of the families and a few
friends V were there just a simple
The bride is a winsome blonde and
the daughter of Mr. Mathew Davis,
St. John's Park. The groom is chief
engineer fori board the U. S. A. power
boat, the Captain McGuire, now sta-
ioned on the Oklawaha.
'And theyi are spending their honey
moon down here, deep down in the en
tangled forest and orange groves, at
the famous river home of Mr. and
Mrs. P. T. Randall, on the murmuring
Oklawaha, Conner. A. A. G.
MAY AND SEPTEMBER
UNITED IN MARRIAGE
An unusual wedding took place
about noon today in the office of Judge
W. E. Smith in "the court house, when
James Webster Griffin and Mrs. Geor-
giana Annie Nipper, of ; Newberry,
were made man and wife. They came
to Ocala this morning, and are guests
at the Ocala House. The bride is
much older than the groom. The i li
cense does jiot give their ages, the
laws of the county not requiring it,
but the difference in age was marked
enough to attract considerable attene-
tion. The gropm appeared in his, early
twenties, and the bride was well along
into middle life.
Try Bouquet Dozira perfume, $2
per ounce, at Gerig's. tf.
THIS COUPON IS
VOTES IN LIBRARY CONTEST-
. Cut out, fill Li name of church lodge, school or other organization
you wish to vote for, and deposit in balle box at THE COURT
The official judges of the contest are Messrs. George Pasteur, Her Herbert
bert Herbert Lattner and Ed. C Bennett. 5
From His Government But Notifies
Washington that Another Bor Border
der Border Raid is Feared
r (Associated Press)
Washington, July lO.T-Ambassador
Arredondo has received advices from
his government which he said closed
the incident of an American warship
searching a Mexican sailing vessel at
Guaymas. He will make no protest.
He will deliver -his advices at the
state department later.
Arredondo said he was still with
out instructions as to the course Car Car-range
range Car-range would pursue in negotiations of
border troubles. The United States is
favorable to simple, short negotia negotiations
tions negotiations with the ambassador.
BANDITS MOVING TOWARD THE
Washington, July 10. Ambassador
Arredondo today warned the state de department
partment department that Villa bandits were
moving toward Bouquillas, Texas. He
promised that Carranza forces would
co-operate with United States troops.
A WAR OF INVASiO
Of Peru and Venezuela on Columbia
and Ecuador is Expected
"Washington, July 10. Official dis
patches from Latin-American quar
ters say Peru and Venezuela have
agreed secretly to take land posses
sions which they dispute with Colom Colombia
bia Colombia and Ecuador.
MADE THEMSELVES AT HOME
Germans Evidently Believed Their Po
sitions Along the Somrae Were
Paris, July 10. The work of sort
ing the booty taken by the French
troops in the fighting at the Somme
brings to light many curious facts. In
the Mereaucourt woods a heavy Ger
man battery was found completely dis
mounted. The battery commander's
shelter alone remained intact,
The luxury; of the arrangements in
the German positions on the Santerre
plateau showed that they were
thought to be impregnable. -In the
positions occupied by the battery men mentioned
tioned mentioned were a piano, a brass bedstead
and a complete hot and cold water sup sup-Ply.
Ply. sup-Ply. Lr,
The greatest booty fell to General
Balfourier's famous "Iron Corps"
which distinguished itself at Verdun.
This j corps took enough material to
set up a whole army.
Mr. B. O. Bowden, editor and owner
of the Citrus County Chronicle at In Inverness,
verness, Inverness, is among the business visit visitors
ors visitors in the city today. ; '
Pure drugs, prompt service and no
substitution in our PRESCRIPTION
department. Tell your physician to
leave yours with us. The Court
GOOD FOR FIVE
Berlin Claims to Hold French
MUSCOVITES Oil TIE EASTER
--. -. i B
London, July ".10.-Allied advances
on the Somme front are recorded by
the British and French war offices. 1
The German war office claims the
recapture of some ground inthis sec
tion, including Berliex village. The
British claim the capture of the wood
ed section near Contal Maison.
The French took a, German trench
with 950 prisoners, the war office
A new French attack in the Cham
pagne district has been launched and
it is claimed that trenchos 500 metres
long have been captured. The Ger
mans attacked at five places in the
Vosges simultaneously, but the French
BY r THE
Berlin,1" July 9. The eyes of Ger
mans were- turned today toward the
eastern rather than the western front.
The weight of the first onslaught in
the west is believed to have been fully
estimated and in spite of whatever
surprises British strategy may still
have in store, public and expert opin
ion here is confident of the outcome.
It is -believed that the Sixth army and
reserves have the situation 'well in
hand on the Somme front and that
nothing can interfere with the pro
gress of the Verdun campaign.
In the east, however, a great gen
eral offensive has burst forth all
along the line from Riga to Rumania.
Wave after wave of Russian flesh
and steel is rolling against the Teuton
dyke which stretches across the Rus
sian provinces. No sooner do the
Germans succeed in walling the ad advance
vance advance at one threatened point than
London, July 10. The British have
advanced at Corital Maison north of
the Somme, it is officially announced.
Three hundred prisoners were taken.
CUNHING- fiEST BUILDERS.
Humming Birds' Homes Are Not Hid Hid-,
, Hid-, 4 den, Yet They Defy Detection.
Even In those parts of tropical Amer America
ica America where,' as in Colombia, humming
birds are vastly numerous, it is almost
impossible for the most experienced
naturalist to find their nests, in this,
although as a rule they are not hidden
at all, the feathered builders relying
for concealment upon the likeness of
their tiny houses to the surroundings
amid which they are placed. A hum hummer's
mer's hummer's nest always corresponds exactly
in color with the. branch to which it is
attached. It may imitate a knot or
other excrescence, 1 Thus the Calliope
humming bird of the Western United
States often builds on a dead pine
twig, either upon or near a cone of
similar size and hue.
Usually the nests of humming birds
are cup shaped or turban shaped, and
their material Is always plant down.
Such down, resembling cotton wool,
but of more delicate fiber. Is gathered
from the stems of ferns and other
plants. This Is woven together with
spiders webs Into a compact mass.
Usually they ornament the outside of
the nest with small feathers, or lichens
which they obtain by detaching them
from the rocks where these humble
plants grow. These they fasten with
cobwebs all over the exterior of theif
tiny house. t
When these wee architects suspend
their nets from leaves or tendrils they
are always weighted for stability in
order that they may not be upset by
every passing breeze. For this pur purpose
pose purpose the bottom Is made very thick.
But the most remarkable expedient is
that adopted by the hill stars, which
dwell far up near the snow line of the
Andes. They weight the tiny suspend
ed house on the lighter side wjth a
pebble to give the proper balance.
There is no question whatever that
this i3 done, and many of the nests of
such species k preserved In collections
are found to contain pebbles. Rose L
lloneyman In St. Nicholas.
Fresh seeds of all
Ocala Seed Store.
FROilT, HOVEVEO, ARE Gllli
Immense Amount of Muscovite Troops
and Supplies Dismay their
(Associated Press) (
London, July 10. -The Russians
cn the eastern front are going from
success to success, and for the time
that theater, of the war is overshad
owing the Western front from the
spectacular viewpoint. Not only had
General Letchitzky in the south oc
cupied the railroad junction at Dela-
. a r Tr i ii
off General von Bothmer from his
supply base,' but Gen. Brussiloff, in
the ntfrth is making surprising ad advances
vances advances on both sides of the Kovei
railway toward Stokhod river.
Last night's Russian communica-
repbjrts the enemy forces in this region
retiring in great disorder and adds
that the Russians have occupied Hule-
viche, about, twenty-four miles to the
east of Kovel. while apparently the
Russians are already across the Stok Stokhod
hod Stokhod river somewhere in the region of
German possession of Baranovichi
and Kovel are absolutely essential if
she 'is to retain her hold over the
invaded parts of Poland and Lithunia,
but it is considered likely that is only
a matter of a few days before the
Russians will be in possession of Kov
el, which would compel General von
Linsingen's retirement from the Lutsk
salient. German official and unofficial
dispatches reflect anxiety over the
Russian advance as being greater
than over the Anglo-French offen
sive, which the German military crit
ics contend will not interef ere with
the operations against Verdun.
Major Moraht and other German
ctitics express surprise at the extent
and persistence of the Russian of
fensive and the endless resources of
Mr. George Chambers returned
Sunday from Jacksonville, where he
visited the camp at Black Point and
saw all the members of Company A.
Mr. Chambers traveled by auto and
went by way of St Augustine. On
his way to Jacksonville Friday, Mr.
Chambers passed Elkton, where four
men had. just been killed. The un
fortunates, E. C. Poe, John Newcup,
John Quigley and H. B. Parri3, all of
St. Johns county, were trying to cross
the F. E. C. railroad at Elkton in an
auto when the car was struck by a
train and all were killed.
Mr. L. P. Mills, of Miami, is in the
city visiting friends. He is a native
of Marion county, but at present is
a successful grocery man in the Magic
City, where he has been residing for
the past ten years.
Dr. and Mrs. L. II. von Engelkea
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Rbeinauer at their beautiful Lake
Mrt Louis P. Wilson, cashier of the
Munroe & Chambliss National Bank,
went to Webster yesterday to relieve
Mr. Huber, the manager of that bank
for a week or ten days during Mr.
Huber's vacation. Mr. Wilson antic anticipates
ipates anticipates quite an experience, being
president, cashier, teller, bookkeeper,
collector, board of directors and jan janitor
itor janitor for a bank all at the same time.
The pride of our store i3 our
PRESCRIPTION service. None but
purest drugs;used and no substitution
permitted. The Court Pharmacy, tf
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JULY 10, 1916
OCALA EVENING STAR
. PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNP AY
DITTIKGEFC & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
It R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leaveagrood Boalaeaa Uaaaajer
,' ' J. II. Beajsmln, Editor
Entered et Ocala, Fla., postof flee as second class matter.
One year, in advance. ......... .$5.00
Blx months, In advance ........ 2.60
Three months, In advance..... 1.25
One month. In advance 60
Some roads have no turnings, but
every road has an ending.
C. W. Richardson, one of Jackson Jacksonville's
ville's Jacksonville's most prominent business men,
died at Cape May Point, N. J., Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. Y
"An American financier who would
lend money to the Mexican "de facto"
.government at this time would be a
fool, and something of a traitor. 4
Men who try to steal votes are en enemies
emies enemies of all good citizens. Let Mr.
Knott go ahead and show them up.
There is no objection to Catts doing
the same thing. .,"
The Mexicans are, also, showing
their friendship by returning to us
the dead bodies of those United States
troopers whom they killed Augusta
Chronicle. v .V:..'
And we are going to loan them
money so they can buy ammunition to
kill some more.
Representative Sears has asked
Congress for $40,000 for a postoflke
building for Kissimmee. A $10,000
building would probably be plenty big
enough, but we suppose Kissimmee,
has as much right to a hunk out of the
pork-barrel as any other town.
The Star learns 'that the estimate
made for the removal of the union
station is $5,400. Qne half of this
amount, which the Atlantic Coast Line
is asked to bear, is $2700, or $7,700
nil told, the Seaboard Air Line hav having
ing having agreed to put up $15,000 and half
the cost of moving, or $17,000.
No doubt that good and sensible
men are in the majority among, the
people of the warring nations of Eu Europe.
rope. Europe. Isn't it a pity they can't get
together and agree to end the war?
Most likely if it wasn't for their em emperors,
perors, emperors, kings, princes and military
caste, they could. V
Already seven inspectors and
clerks have made affidavit that ballot
boxes have been tampered with in the
interest of Mr. Knott. Mia Metrop Metropolis."
olis." Metropolis." '':fi: ': t ::' V;
Will the Metropolis .kindly .explain
what seven inspectors and clerks were
doing with that ballot box The ; law
says there shall be "only foiir. -;'-
The Free Press has several editor editorial
ial editorial gunners. Some of them work the
rapid-firing guns; others the supple supplementary
mentary supplementary batteries and 'some the big
turret calibers. Jacksonville Press.
Certainly all of them are big bores.
Is one of them the highly illustrious
ignoramus who shot off the charge
that the church flag of' the United
States navy was the pope's flag.
The central powers of Europe stand
today in relation to their enemies just
about where the Southern Confeder
acy stood in relation to the United
States in the late summer of 1863.
But the Confederacy had several good
fjghts left in it after Gettysburg, and
Germany and Austria are able to
give their enemies a great deal of
Let the Ocala Star consider that
the Free Press has established such a
reputation for truth and veracity that
the people of Florida have with one
acclaim concluded that "if you see itj
in the Free Press, it is true.'' Jack- j
.. Bonville Free Tress.: vvVv": :5,' I
The foregoing remark of the Free
Pi ess reads very much like the cor corroborative
roborative corroborative evidence with which Baron
Munchausen was wont to support his
own statements. We don't suppose
it meant for it to be taken seriously.
We are glad to know that our guess
on the reaction for the better, which
t we said would come to Ocala because
of prohibition, has already set in. It
will : come to any community that
stays by it and handles it right. Howr
ever, the statement we made that
business men of that city were unde undecided
cided undecided as to what it was doing to them
and ."that business was bum on its ac account
count account still holds good for it was se secured
cured secured from one of the biggest men in
Ocalaw Lakeland Star. :
Give his name, please.
' , ;i :;..r ; .;
The dispatches' indicate that in
case Carranza will be good, or rather
induce the administration to believe
he will be good, he will be able to ar arrange
range arrange for a loan from the American
banks. If so, this will be another in inconsistency
consistency inconsistency of the administration,
which has given it to be plainly un un-,
, un-, derstood that all Americans who made
investments in Mexico jdid so at their
own risk. The administration has in
fact implied that most American bu3 bu3-iness
iness bu3-iness men who s made investments in
I lexico were crooks and did not de-
re any protection from this gov-
: rnr tent against the destruction or
caseation of their property and as
-inatkn jof- their employes not
-; n against outrage on their women.
j 'if our financiers make loans to
i: Tic Icri novcrnrr.cnt with the ap ap-i
i ap-i i1 o.vrt rvernme'nt, the
' ; .- tht it will
One year. In advance.........
Six month, In advance.......
Three months, in advance
One month, in advance......
a :: a a .:. a a
THE STAR'S PHONES
The editor's phone is
"51 TWO RINGS
while the business office re-
mains the same. : Our friends
will save themselves possible
annoyance and delay by keep-
ing this in mind when calling
up the Star office in future.
see to it that they don't lose their
money.' It is difficult to see how the
administration can reconcile itself to
any such: policy, especially when it
must4 know that if Americans loan
money to Mexicans, a good deal of
the said money will go towarduying
ammunition to be used if necessary
Elsewhere we publish a letter from
our friend, J. Y. Hicks. Mr. Hicks'
dislike of his country doing anything
to insure its dignity and safety is ab
solutely pathetic. Mr. Hicks, by the
way, is living on land that was taken
away from Spain for the very things
that are beiifg done in greater meas
ure by Mexico. Had the United
States always been ruled by men of
the Tom Watson class, it would now
be -only a little fringe of territory
along the Atlantic and the rest of
this great continent would be either a
howling wilderness ; or occupied by a
stronger nation that would be to us a
far more oppressive neighbor than we
are to Mexico. If Mr. Hicks wants to
be consistent, let him go to the Ever Everglades,
glades, Everglades, pick out a i Seminole family
and settle it on his farm in Marion,
and then let him hike back to that
part of the world where his ancestors
lived before Andrew, Jackson put the
fear of God into the hearts of those
who did not respect the American
Will not President -Wilson learn
something also from the. play her has
staged ? Since he will have another
four years, may we not hope that he
now sees how a bit of firmness might
have saved humanity and honored .us
in other incidents ? Does he now be
lieve that Germany would have de
clared war in return for a declara
tion of non-intercourse until she had
done what she could to atone for the
Lusitania massacre? A crawl from
her at that time would have kept Tur
key and Bulgaria out of the war and
saved Serbia history .. would have
been kept clean of the tragedy of
Gallipoli as well and the suffering of
the Armenians; and t the '''. debacle -a in
Mesopotamia ; President .Wilson would
have done more to "confine the war"
than Sir Edward y Grey or Chancellor
Bethmann-Hollweg. So a demonstra
tion that would have defended the
rights of neutrals for all time, could
have been made against England and
France by simply proclaiming an in
tention to stand by our rights to the
extent of a declaration of embargo,
The Times-Union is very reasonable
about the president's foreign policy,
but is expects too much of him in
this instance. Turkey went into the
war several months and the Gallipoli
campaign began several weeks before
the Lusitania was sunk. .,,.,- v
The full amount of the loss of the
Germans in the battle of Jutland has
not been ascertained, but1 it. has been
established that so far as carrying
Out their intentions in bringing on the
battle they were most effectually de
feated. It was their aim to push two
squadrons of swift cruisers, past the
British fleet. One of' these was to
steam north and break up or damage
the lines of supply to Russia thru
Archangel. The other was to dash
out in the Atlantic and raid allied
commerce.' Had they succeeded in
both or either, it would have been a
heavy blow to the allies.' But the
British were too vigilant and tho they
suffered heavily themselves, they drove
the Germans back behind the shelter
of their coast defenses. N
Referring to a recent bloody ,,tra
gedy at Clearwater, the St. Peters
burg Times says, "it should be a pen
itentiary offense for a man to carry a
gun." This is very true,' and good
people generally will agree with the
sentiment; but would public opinion
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The prettiest line of BirthDay and
Greeting Cards in Ocala at reason reasonable
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New York, Savannah, Atlanta and
Florida Daily and Sunday: News Newspapers
papers Newspapers on Sale.
Special attention given to Subscrip Subscription
tion Subscription Business
Cigars, Tobacco and
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approve of of back up the enforce enforcement
ment enforcement of such a law? The question is
pertinent, because during the recent
campaign a politico-religious lecturer,
stated from many platforms in the
state that he habitually carried a gun
concealed on his person; and instead
of being arrested as a law-breaker,
his statement was applauded Lake-
Something must depend upon the
people. We don't believe a St. 'Pe-
ersburg audience would have ap
plauded such a statement, St.- Pet
ersburg Indeepndent .' ;
If he had made such a statement in
the hearing of the sheriff of Marion
county, he would "have gone to jail.
'ROOF OF OUR
v CITY'S PROSPERITY
Since July, 1914, not a failure in
business has : been reported in this
city. Although hit hard by the war,
Ocala has withstood the abnormal
conditions and is today fast regaining
its former activity. There is evidence
on every hand of returning prosper-
ty. The city's rich back-country has
been its salvation. i 1:
The increasingly better financial
condition, and steady progress of the
city, is shown by its bank deposits, by
its crop reports, its building activity,
its industrial increase, its increase in
There has been a substantial in
crease in the bank deposits. The de deposits
posits deposits of the Commercial ; Bank on
June 30, 1916, were $431,147.26, an in increase
crease increase of $115,173.32 over June 30,
1915, and an increase of $10,028.63
since May 1, 1916. .The deposits of
the Munroe & Chambliss National
Bank on June 30, -1916, were $572,-
516.51, an increase of $107,024 over
June 30, 1915, and an increase of $26,-
522.20 since May 1, 1916. The de deposits
posits deposits of the Ocala National Bank on
June 30, 1916, were $436,464.01 an
increase of $114,432.61 over June 30,
1915, and an increase of $15,599.05
since May 1, 1916. The total increase
in deposits in .the ; three banks since
June 30, 1915, amounts to $336,
629.93, and since May 1, 1916,
amounts to $52,149.88.
All information obtained shows a
substantial increase in the crop pro
duction of the county. There will be
a bumper corn crop. The citrus indus
try in the county showed a large Hn
crease, over last season.. s
The building activity, both public
and private, need not be reiterated.
The industries started in the city and
county since the war are familiar to
every one. The increase in the num
ber of automobiles recently has been
the, talk .-of the .tQwn. Since May 1
there have been 42 new automobile
licenses issued by the county, tax col
lector. This by no means covers the
number of new cars in the city and
' Inquiry among the merchants of the
city indicates a general betterment of
conditions. In some cases the amount
of business shows no increase over
last" year, in other cases there has
been a marked improvement. All of
the merchants questioned report bus
iness' still below normal, of course. A
significant fact is that no really pes
simistic replies are made in answer to
questionsras to conditions.
WITH YOUR CART
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. ; 6-9-16-tf
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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. J3ee me quick if ., you want it.
7 7tf R. R. Carroll.
When you have plumbing or elec
trical contracting let us furnish you
estimates. No job too large and none
to smalL H. W. Tucker. tf
SEABOARD LOCAL SCHEDULE
No. 9 Leaves Jacksonville 1 :35 p.
m.; Ocala 4:30 p. m.; arrives Tampa
, No. 1 Leaves Jacksonville 9 :30 p.
m.; Ocala $1.45 a. m.; arrives St. Pe
tersburg 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 1 p. m.;
Ocala 4:12 p. m.; arrives Jacksonville
7:15 p. m.
No. 2 Leaves St. Petersburg 4:30
p. m.; Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrives Jack
sonville 6:45 a. m.
No. 4 Leaves Tampa 9 a. m.; Ocala
1 p. m.; arives Jacksonville 5:25 p. m
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The Evening Star may always be
found on sale at Gerig's News
Store. 17-tf ...
STATEMENT FROM 3IR. KNOTT
W. V. Knott, candidate for gov
ernor, makes the following statement
thru the Tampa Tribune:
"Since the election on June 6, I
have, with the co-operation of my
riends," made an extensive investiga
tion to ascertain whether or not all
the votes cast for my opponent and
myself had been properly counted.
This investigation has developed the
fact that there are in the 'neighbor
hood of 100 precincts where the sec
ond choice votes were not counted or
were so incorrectly tallied that the
county canvassing boards were unable
to consider them. The fact that many
errors have been made is also evident.
"I am contending for a correction
of the errors, and the correct count
ing of every vote that was cast.
Every voter who marked his ballot for
me either first or second choice intend intended
ed intended that I should receive his vote. If
I did not enter a protest and demand
these votes be counted I would be un
worthy the confidence of my support
ers. I do not want a single vote that
was not cast for me, but on the other
hand, '.'I demand and contend for a full
and complete count; and I feel that no
air-minded person can expect me to
disregard the second choice vote in
nearly one hundred precincts in which
the returns showed upon their face
they had not been correctly counted,
when such precincts had been counted
showed I that I received nearly three
second choice votes to my opponent's
"The recount in the counties so far
completed has fully vindicated my
contention and shows that I am right.
In 6nly three out of twenty precincts
weer the votes correctly counted. In
Suwannee county, the only county
rom which I have so far obtained the
two counts by districts my opponent
gained votes in five precincts and I
gained in nine, as a result of w the
proper counting of second choice
votes. In two districts I lost votes,
but by a proper count in this county
my net gain was 84 votes. : From the
information in my hands I am confi confident
dent confident that the condition of the first
count in this county is a fair average
is most of the counties of the state.
There was no intentional wrong, but
SUFFERING FROM A DIS
Ocala, Fla. "I take pleasure in recom
mending your medicines, especially Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery.
1 nad a distressing couch and a neigh
bor advised me to try a few bottles of
'Discovery which I did, and was greatly
The 'Favorite Prescription' I can
recommend for weak women.
"The 'Pleasant Pellets' I keep on hand,
as they are invaluable.
1 am 65 years of ace and do the most
of my housework and feel I owe a great
deal to using Dr. Pierce's medicines."
Mrs. E. J.- Fov, 1109 Oklawaha Ave.
; Consumption kills more people than
rifle balls. : It is more deadly than any
of the much
dreaded epidem epidemics.
ics. epidemics. It is a steal stealthy,
thy, stealthy, gradual, slow
disease. It pene penetrates
trates penetrates the whole
body; It is in
every drop of
blood. It seems
to .Work only ; at
the lungs, but the
terrible drain and
waste go on all
over the body.
For the coughs
that run into
consumption, ' a
remedy is needed
that will work on
the blood, make it pure, rich and whole wholesome,
some, wholesome, build up the wasting tissues and
put -the body into condition for a tight
against tms nreaa aisease. ;
Dr. Fierce 3 Uolden Medical Discov
ery fights in the right way. Its first
action is to put the stomach, bowels.
liver and kidneys in good working order.
That makes digestion good and assimi assimilation
lation assimilation Quick and thoro; it makes sound;
healthy flesh. That's half the battle.
This makes the Discovery good fox
tnose wno are ugntcr in weigni ana less
a i a- a i ? T a j l 1
robust than thsy cutt to be. i
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WILBUR W. C, SHITH
Phone 10 Ocala; Fla.
the general misunderstanding of the
second choice vote and the method of
counting has brought about more er errors
rors errors than was, ever known in an elec election
tion election before in this state. I am con confident
fident confident that a. majority of the bal!ot3
were cast for me and when I succeed
in getting them correctly counted I
will be declared the nominee. I am
only contending for justice."
MR. HICKS APPROVES
OF TOM WATSON
Editor Star: .1 se in your issue of
June 30th the following note: "The
worshipers of Tom Watson will please
take notice that he takes the part of
Mexico against the United States.
About what he might have been ex expected
pected expected to do."
Now, Mr. Editor, I will say I am
not a worshiper of Tom Watson, that
I did not vote for him even in his
palmiest days, nor any other day of
his political career, but if a vote for
him would stop, the uncalled for act3
of the United States, in sending
troops into Mexico, I would gladly
vote for him. I have not seen a word
from him on the, subject, but if he is
as successful with that subject as he
is with most of the subjects that he
writes on, the public will be better in
formed when he gets through than
when he started.
So I say, hurrah for Tom Watson.
The sending of United States troops
into Mexico is wrong, and if I were a
young man, before I would go and
shoot Mexicans who had done me no
wrong, I would help Mexico. I am
Southern born, and Southern raised,
and believe in justice to all and for all
men, hence I oppose this sending of
the army into Mexico. J. Y. Hicks.
Lake Kerr, Fla., July 7th.
MARK TWAIN AS A LECTURER.
The Story of Hia First Appearance
. Upon the Platform. .
The story of Mark Twain's first great
public lectute Is told in Albert Bige Bige-low
low Bige-low Palne's "Boy's Life" of the hu humorist
morist humorist in SL Nicholas. It had been
suggested that he should lecture on
the Sandwich Islands, where he had
been spending some we?ks as a news newspaper
paper newspaper correspondent, and one of his
San Francisco friends urged him. to
hire the largest hall In the city and
charge a dollar a ticket. 1
"Without waiting, until his fright
came back," writes Mr. Paine, "Mark
Twain hurried to the manager of the
Academy of Music and engaged It for
a lecture to be given Oct 2, 18CC, and
sat down and wrote his announce
ment He began by stating what he
would speak upon and ended with a
few absurdities such as:
- A SPLENDID ORCHESTRA
Is In Town, but Has Not Been Engaged
A DEN OP FEROCIOUS WELD BEASTS
Will Be on Exhibition In the Next Block.
A GRAND TORCHLIGHT PROCESSION
May Be Expected; In Fact, the Public
Are Privileged to Expect Whatever
They Please. V
Doors open at 7 o" clock.
The trouble to begin at 8 o'clock.
"Mark Twain was well known In
San Francisco and was pretty sure' to
have a good house. But he did not
realize this, and as the evening ap approached
proached approached hi3 dread of failure Increas Increased.;
ed.; Increased.; Arriving at the theater, be en
tered by the stage door, half expecting
to find the place empty. Then sudden suddenly
ly suddenly he became more frightened than
ever. Peering from the wings, he saw
that the house was Jammed packed
from the footlights to- the walls. Ter
rified, his knees shaking, his tongue
dry, : he managed to emerge and was
greeted with a roar, a crash of ap applause
plause applause that nearly finished him. Only
for an instant reaction followed.
These peopte were his. friends, and he
was talking to them. He forgot to be
afraid, and as the applause came In
great billows that rose ever higher he
felt himself borne with It as on a tide
of happiness and success. His even evening
ing evening from beginning to end was a com
plete triumph. Friends declared that
tar descriptive eloquence, humor ana
real entertainment nothing like ni3 aa
dress had ever been delivered."
DRAWING A STARi
Trying It This Way Is Said to Ba as
Funny as a Circus.
When your party Is not making prog progress
ress progress enough to suit you try the follow follow-in
in follow-in c on them: Take a large sheet of
plain paper and draw a five or six
pointed star on It Have the star
about ten inches wide from point to
point Then draw another star on the
outside of the first oneso that a Bpace
of about half an Inch Is left between
the two 8 tars all the way around.
Then provide yourself with a hand
mirror and a book. Place the paper
flat on the table. Put the book end up
on the side of the paper nearest you.
Take the mirror and place it on the
opposite end of the paper. Then look looking
ing looking into the mirror you should be able
to see the whole star. Having pro provided
vided provided yourself with a pencil, fix it on
a spot inside the two lines of the star
and proceed to draw another star on
the Inside the two' lines by looking
only at the star through the mirror.
The book is simply used to prevent
your, eyes dropping down to the draw draw-ing
ing draw-ing itself. If your pencil goes outside
the lines or Inside you have lost your
Try It out and see what you can 4o.
Some say it can be done, and others
say it can't, but whether It can or
can't has little to do with it; it will fur furnish
nish furnish enough amusement to keep a
crowd convulsed for an hour. Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland Dispatch.
Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and
Every family without exception
should keep this preparations at nand
during the hot weather of the summer
mmitliu- OiflrnhpTlain's Colic. Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy is worth many
i 1 3 3 J i 1
times its cost wnen neeaea ana is al almost
most almost certain to be needed before the
summer is over. ; It ha3 no super ior
for the purposes for which it is in intended.
tended. intended. Buy it now. ; Obtainable ev everywhere.
erywhere. everywhere. Adv.
Pictures for birthday and anniver anniversary
sary anniversary presents at THE BOOK SHOP.
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. We offer for sale at sacrifice the following second hand automo automobiles:
biles: automobiles: :
1 OVERLAND TOURING CAR ..$150.00
1 CADILLAC TOURING CAR $130.00
1 CHAL31ERS TOURING CAR ....$150.00
1FORD TOURING CAR .... . $200.00
All these automobiles are decided bargains and all in good run running
ning running condition. Your early inspection is invited as .we must get
them out of our shop to make more Toom for our business.
From your refrigerator is, what you need most just at this time. This
can be had by keeping it well supplied with OCALA ICE. Use ihe larger
piece. One large piece of ice will last much longer than its equivalent
in smaller .blocks an dyou don't have to buy so often, and, in addition
your refrigerator is able to do its FULL DUTY by you. -
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MERCHANT & mm TRAHSPORTATIOIi C0L1PAIIY.
" Sommep Tourist; Fares "-
From Jacksonville to V
New York and return... $33.00
Baltimore -and return. . 32.00
Philadelphia and return. 35.00
Washington and return.. 34.00
Savannah and return. . 6.00 H
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 x
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
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passed. unsurpassed. Reservation, foare or any information cheerfully furnished
on application. Ask for tour book.
Address Merchants & Miners Trans. Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
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. Fare Includes Meals Good on Any Ship.
Tickets Now on Sale, and Stateroom Berth
Final Return Limit October 31st
Write for schedule and further particulars.
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Blue Mountain and return 35.53
Atlantic City and return. 33.53
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your blankets, wash them with Ivory Chips.
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PERSONALLY CONDUCTED ALL EXPENSES PAID
, Leaving Jaclcsonville July 17th
TOTAL COST $140.00
Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain, -t
Mammoth Cave, Louisville Cincinatti, , j;
"1 Detroit, Buffalo, Niagta Falls, Toronto
Montreal, Boston, New York, Philadelphia v
Baltimore,' Washington, Annapolis, Savannah,
A And many other places by Rail and .SaiL
California and the. Golden- West'
THROUGH TWENTY STATES OVER 8,000 MILES ;
Leaving Jacksonville ifuly 25th. N r t
TOTAL COST 0225.00
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Milwaukee, The Great Lakes, Omaha, Denver,
. Colorado Springs, Cripple Creek, Seven Falls,
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San Diego, California Interantional Exposition V
Albuquerque, Kansas City, St. Louis and Nashville.
For detailed information write or call on,
W. B. CATE, Manager
J. A. VON DOnLEN Florida Passenger Agent
124 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Florida
C?V2SY Siff Baltimore, Mdi' and return.
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For information or tickets call on
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J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A.
V Tampa, Fla.
Advertise' in'i the Star.
At their elegant home on Oklawaha
avenue Saturday afternoon, from 4:30
to 6:30, Mrs. C. R. Tydings and her
sister, Miss Annie Davis, entertained
a large number of the friends of Miss
Annie Atkinson, in honor of that
charming young lady, who Ocala will
lose to Fort, Lauderdale this week
and is consequently making use of the
few remaining hours to testify its ap
preciation of her. The Tydings home
was tastefully arranged for the oc occasion,
casion, occasion, and its halls and parlors were
thronged with over half a hundred of
Miss Atkinson's friends. Miss Annie
Davis met the guests on the piazza
and. welcomed them into the reception
room where they were received by
Mrs. Tydings, Miss Atkinson and Miss
Mary Wyatt Galbraith., The most
refreshing of punch was served to all
by those two really, truly Hebes,
Misses Emma Nelson and Virginia
Sistrunk. f A pretty musical program
was rendered by Misses CecileDowns
and Irma Blake vocally and Misses
Sidney Harold and Ellen Clarkson
on the piano. Late in the afternoon a
dainty ice course was served by
Misses Margaret and Leslie Jackson
and Louise Spencer. Perhaps the most
pleasant event of the occasion was the
presentation of an elegant cutglass
dish to the honor guest, to! whom all
present also gave their- most sincere
good wishes as they left for their
Miss Alice Bullock entertained this
morning at her home in honor of Miss
Annie Margaret Atkinson, whose mar
riage to Mr. Alfred Beck takes place
on Wednesday. Miss Bullock's guests
were the wedding, attendants and one
or two others. There were two tables
of auction, after which delightful re
freshment swere served. The gift to
Miss Atkinson was' a beautiful towel
set. The guest's prize was a silk
work bag. Those ; present were:
Miss Annie Margaret Atkinson, MrsJ
S. T. Sistrunk, Miss Virginia Sistrunk,
Miss Emma Nelson "and Mrs. Osco
Zewadski Jr., of Tampa, Mrs." Sylvan
McElroy of Orlando; Miss Mary
Wyatt Galbraith of Galbraith Springs,
Tenn.; Miss Betty Wray Mclver, Miss
Eugenia Fuller, Miss Janet Weathers.
Mr. George McKean after a brief
visit to his father-in-law, Judge W. S.
Bullocks and family, returned this
morning ta his home in Tampa. Mrs.
McKean and her little daughter, who
stopped a few days in Washington, on
their way to Lake Chautauqua, are ex expected
pected expected to finish their journey to that
noted summer resort today.
Mrs. W. H. Jackson and Miss Edna
Nelson arrived today from Tampa,
and are guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. T.
Sistrunk. Mrs' Jackson will sing at
the Beckr Atkinson wedding Wednes
day evening, and Miss Nelson will be
one of Miss Atkinson's bridesmaids.
Mr. V. P. Smith of Wacahoota is
paying a visit to his son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. "W. J. Ed Edwards.
wards. Edwards. Mrs. Smith nas been with her
daughter in Ocala for a week, having
returned from a Jacksonville hospital,
where she underwent an operation.
: : vv.-1''KVf--: -.: 'l'--.
The Junior Sewing Circle of .? the
Methodist church meets with Mrs.
John Graham Wednesday afternoon at
4 o clock. ...
Dr. Sylvan, McElroy and Mr. Frank
Brumby of Orlanda were Sunday vis
ltors, coming over in the doctor's car
to visit Mrs. McElroy, who is the
guest of her. parents, Mr. and Mrs
John Dozier. : In the afternoon Dr.
and Mrs. McElroy, Miss Alice Bui
lock and Mr. Brumby autoed to Lake
Weir for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Camp. Dr. McElroy and Mr. Brumby
returned to Orlando this morning.
The play, at the Temple tomorrow
afternoon is "Fate's Boomerang,"
most cleverly designed "movie'
Mrs. Bertie Badger y Moyers, whom
Ocala may claim as her own. Mrs
Moyers has 'great talent, which has
been well brought out In the concep
tion of this most interesting play. It
deserved good houses on its own
merit, not. to-speak of local pride in
the authoress, and the Star hopes it
will have a successful run.
Mrs. J, M. GAssV Sunday school
class will give a silver tea at the par
sonage Tuesday afternoon at four
Miss Eleanor and Minnie' Tremere
of Belleview were among the pleased
visitors to Silver Springs Sunday.
The Ernest Workers Sundav school
class of the Methodist church will
give a silver tea at the oarsonace
lnursday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Mrs. H. C. Jones' children. Violet
Herbert and. Editn. went to St. Pet
ersburg Saturday afternoon accom-
paniea ny Mrs. Jones' brother. The
will spend several weeks in the Sun-
Kflinp t.irTr. mntitiB' Mho T,r,
"iis iUiOi tfUUCO
Miss Rosebud Robinson has arrived
in Jacksonville from Ocala, and is the
guest of her brother and sister-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett E. Robinson.
their home in' Riverside for a severa
days' visit. Times-Union.
At the Methodist parsonage Satur
day afternoon, the members of the
primary department of the Methodist
Sunday school gave a pleasant party
to one of the its faithful teachers,
Miss Ethel Crosby, who is to be one
of Ocala's lovely midsummer brides.
Approaching Wedding in Ocala
Much interest in Jacksonville cen
ters about the marriage of Miss Annie
Margaret Atkinson of Ocala, to Dr. A.
J. Beck of Fort Lauderdale, which
will be an important event of Wednes
day, July 12, in Ocala.
The ceremony will take place at 9
o'clock in the evening at Grace Epis Episcopal
copal Episcopal church, Rev. J. G. Glass offi
The bride will have as her attend
ants her niece, Miss Virginia Sis
trunk, maid of honor; bridesmaids,
Miss Bettie Wray Mclver, Miss Eu-r
genia Fuller, Miss Alice Bullock, Miss
Mary Wyatt Galbraith of Galbraith
Springs, Tenn., Misses Emma and
Edna Nelson of Tampa.
The groomsmen will be Messrs. Ju Ju-ian
ian Ju-ian Bullock, of Fort Lauderdale; H.
D.' Palmer, of Tampa; fW. J. Frink,
Hibbert Weathers, Tom B. Pasteur
and R. D. Mathews of Ocala.
Dr. Beck's best man will be his
cousin, Mr. Sam Mathews. v
Little Miss Mary Elizabeth Yancey
will be flower girl.
Mrs. D. E. Mclver will preside at
the organ and Miss Marguerite Por
ter of Ocala,' and Mrs.' W. H. Jackson
of Tampa, will sing. 7
V After the ceremony the young
couple will leave for New York, and
upon their return to Florida will go
immediately to housekeeping in Fort
Miss Atkinson is one of Ocala's
most attractive and popular -young
women, and her many friends regret
that she will reside elsewhere. Miss
Atkinson has just completed a de
llghtful visit in Jacksonville with
friends, where she was pleasantly
entertained. Her many' friends here
extend best wishes for her future
happiness. '. ;' .'
Dr. Beck is very popular in Fort
Lauderdale, where he is the owner of
a large drug store, and a cordial
welcome awaits his bride from his
many friends in that place.
Mrs. W. H. Cook and children, after
a pleasant visit to relatives in this
city, returned yesterday to their iiome
at Fort McCoy.
Miss Marguerite Porter, after "at
tending the B. Y. P. U. encampment
in Lake City, went with a party of
friends to White Springs, for the
week-end.' She is expected home to
Mrs. L. A. Ditto and her little
grandson, Fred Ditto, arrived from
Jacksonville; this afternoon for a vis
it to Mrs. Ditto's son, Mr. F. W. Dit
to and family. yv-;
Mrs. W. W..Clyatt and Misses Nan
Brooks and Ruth and Susie Ervin left
today for. a summer visit to Franklin,
N. C. ' '
The Star understands that several
picture show parties will be given at
the Temple tomorrow afternoon and
evening,; in honor of Mrs. Moyer's
ITS A MIGHTY SLIM CHANCE
that insects have in a home where
FENOLE is used.
FENOLE stands alone as the in in-sectide
sectide in-sectide that "Hits them where
they live," -and puts them out of
. business without regard to class,'
color or size. '
FENOLE is to be used anywhere
and everywhere in the home; the
' insect hidden away in the darkest
f corner or the deepest fold of car carpet,
pet, carpet, bedding, or clothing, has no
more .chance for his life than his
fellow bug who, risks it in the
.. open." v ..
FENOLE IS SOLD IN OCALA BY
Marion Hardware Co.
Tyding's Drug Ca.
Smith Grocery Co.
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.
AUTO REPAIR SHOP
FOR ANYTHING AND
410 N. Orange St Ocala, Fla.
I l 1"'
i Soda Fountains and other Refreshment
Stands sell Cftero-Cola in the original
sterilized bottle with the label on it. You
get your Chero Cola "In a Bottle Bottle-Through
Through Bottle-Through a Straw," and it is always pure,
wholesome, delicious and absolutely uni uniform
form uniform in flavor. This is impossible under
. ordinary soda fountain methods.
Get your Chero Cola in the bottle
that is the best way
At Soda Fountains and other
' Refreshment Stands ; . .
v Everybody knows it by its name
play, "Fate's Boomerang." Mrs. Stov-
all will give one and Mrs. McConathj
another, and there will probably be
several others. : r ;
Mr. S. P. Hollinrake returned yes
terday from New York, where he lias
been on business for the Oklawaha
Valley railroad. Mrs. Hollinrake and
the children, who have' been on a vis visit
it visit to friends in Chicago, are expected
home this afternoon. ;
m m m
Mrs. D. E. Mclver and her, daugh
ters, Bettie Wray and Frances, came
up 'from the lake this morning, and
will remain until after the Beck-Atkinson
wedding. : f v
Mrs. S. C. Sanders has purchased a
half interest in 7 the Haycraf t Millin Millinery
ery Millinery and will have active charge of the
business in the future, Mrs. Weaver
having moved to Dade City.
The : picture play, "The innocent
Lie," at the Temple this afternoon
and evening, is conceded to be one of
the best that has been seen here.
A full attendance of both private
and official members of the Methodist
church is desired at the church Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday evening at' 7:45 at prayer-
meeting and church conference. Let
all come that possibly can. Important
business on hand.
J. M. Gross, Pastor.
Charles Lamb In British Museum.
The 5 British museum reading room
was a favorite rftsort of Charles Lamb
in the days following 'his retirement
from the East India House- "I am go going
ing going through a course of reading at the
museum," he writes to Bernard Barton
In 1826, "the Garrick plays, out of part
of which I formed my 'Specimens I
have 2,000 to go through and in a few
weeks have dispatch'd the tythe of
'em. It 13 a sort of office to me; hours
10. to' 4. the same. It does me good-
Man must have regular occupation that
has been used to it" Mary Lamb ex
pressed her delight in her brother's
fondness for the museum "as occupy occupying
ing occupying his time and keeping him from his
walks, which she seemed to think over over-long."
long." over-long." '
His Modest Position.
C "I don't envy the men who manage
the big hotels In the cities," gloomily
said the landlord of the Petunia tav tavern.
ern. tavern. "It is as much as I can do to
make a bluff at keeping the peace be betwixt
twixt betwixt the little bunch of help I've got.
Yesterday one of the two dining room
girls said that the other one's best
feller had two left feet, and in leas
than no time those two young ladies
had flew to it with ketchup bottles and
so forth. Just Imagine the spritely
function there would be In a hotel with
'Tfi pmoiovees. au Dattune witn Ketcn-
up bottles r Judge. ;
Mr. Brlggs Here's an article, dear,
a very interesting artiele, In which a
prominent doctor says that a certain
cure for nervousness In women is si silence,
lence, silence, complete silence. Mrs. Briggs
(promptly) 111 bet anything some fool
of a man doctor wrote that! Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland Plain Dealer.
THE WIiM3 MOTEL
, m 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 per person to ?6.00.
ROBERT M. MEYER, E- KAVANAUGH
- Proprietor. Manager.
WHITE STAR LINE
TMAMSFEE ML STORAGE
Teams for Rent Light and Dcavy Hauling Moving, Packing
We carry a full line of Newport
bathing shoes. Gerig's. tf
RL Rev. Abbott Charles, President. Rev. Father Benedict, Director.
"Sto Leo Colleg
Saint Leo, PascoCounty, Florida
Five Miles West of Dade City and On Mile East of- San Antonio
BOARDING SCHOOL for BOYS and YOUNG
1 ; MEN, INCORPORATED JUNE 4, 1889
i CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COURSES
J $225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MOHTHS
U. S. POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, EXPRESS nd
K. C U TICKET OFFICE AT TTIE COLLEGE
FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 13, 1 916
Put an Ad. in the Star
OCALA EVENING STAR,' MONDAY, JULY 10, 1916
K. of P. meet tonight.
Elks meet tomorrow evening.
Pythian Sisters meet tomorrow aft afternoon.
The Odd Fellows hold their installa installation
tion installation tomorrow evening.
Legislator Light was in town from
mr, a. k. bancmn nas. Dougni a
liuick six from the Ocala Gas Engine t
wr. a. k. sanaun ana Air. rincn
went to Istachatta today on business
fyr the citrus exchange.
r . rm ... r I
If your proposition has merit, our
advertising columns will bring re results.
sults. results. ; ;
Mr. Walter Yonge of Jacksonville,)
arrived yesterday with his broth
er-in-law, Mr. Lewis Yonce, who drove I
a new Maxwell car through.
-Mr. H. T. Adams returned Sunday
fiom Alabama, where he accompanied
his wife and dauchter on their wav
- y- I
Dr. J. L. Davis of Irvine was m the
city baturaay. l ne doctor says ne
thinks there is some chance of the T.
& J. railroad, which runs thru Irvine
from Gainesville, being extended to
Carter's bakery has just been treat
ed inside and out to a bright, cool cool-looking
looking cool-looking coat of white paint.
W. K. LANE, M. Trysiclan and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat Law Library Building, Ocala,
THE BOOK SHOP is displaying a
beautiful line of CUT GLASS and
SILVER GOODS. 6 3t
We know of three marriages that I
are going to occur not yet but soon,
but our young friends have sworn us
There is an epidemic of
some parts of town. Flea powder
sprinkled in one's socks will discour
age those of the insects who have a
disposition to climb, and they nearly
; all have.
Mr. J. A. Morris and a friend, may
of tha crtro nf Mr. TT A. Fausett
and drink that celebrated drink, hot-1
tied coca-cola at the expense of this
company. The Ocala Coca-Cola Bot
tling Works.. ; v
M E N
Just a Little Saving
You 1 are now wearipg
You are paying 50c per gar garment.
ment. garment. We are selling them at
This ia a clear saving of 22
We are also selling the famous
PARIS SATIN PAD GARTERS
Another Saving of 32. Figure
MEN'S STORE -Ocala
Druggist and Seedsmen
MAIL ORDER HOUSE
We deliver all parcels of reasonable
weight when cash accompanies order.
Ask your doctor to leave your pre prescriptions
scriptions prescriptions with us, as they are care
fully compounded and prompt dehv
erv made. Phone 30.
Iclvcr & lacKay!
UNDERTAKERS and EISBAU1ERS
-PHONES 47, 104 05
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Cor
tract work. Gives More and Better
Vv' jrk to the Money than Any Other
VAiii'-i'to. in thfl citj.
The sad news has just been received
of the death of Mr. Fred Robinson at
Mackinac City, Mich., to which place
he went from Ocala a few weeks ago. i
He will be buried at Albion, Mich,
Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Coleman who
have been making their home at Lake
Butler for the past year will again be
rpsiflpnts nf Offl1 the. former arriv-
in th -tv oatal- n1 Mr
r,pmfln wi,i up tierptnmArrAW. Their
i many vaia iikuus vt ia picaom w
lrnvur tVit tVtov Yiovo AalAoA tn varim
The Evening Star may always be
found on sale at Geng's News
Pictures for birthday and anniver
sary presents at THE BOOK SHOP.
We carry a full line of Newport
bathing shoes. Gerig's.
. VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day. Merchant's Cafe. tf
I Il mm 1 n 1 1 1 Llf I 111 1. 1 I mmmm mm HUUIB 1
01 pure nour, sugar, yeast, malt,
milk lard and galt. it made and
wrapped by machinery and baked
Eat OCALA-MADE bread. There's
none -1 better than Carter's Butter-1
Believed Them True Stories.
When Dante published his "Inferno'
the simplicity of the age accepted it as
a true narrative or. nis descent into
When the "Utopia" of Sir Thomas
More was first published it occasioned
a pleasant mistake. This political ro
mance represents a perfect but vision
ary republic in an island supposed to
have been newly discovered In Amer
ica., "As this was the age of discov discovery,
ery, discovery, says Granger, f"the learned Bu-
daeus and others took It for a genuine
history and considered It as highly ex
pedient that missionaries should be
sent thither in order to convert so wise
a nation to Christianity .:
It was a long while after publication
that many readers were convinced that
Gulliver's travels were fictitious.
Long People Are Seldom Fat.
Some persons are born witn a nor
mal tendency to become fat, others
with a tendency to leanness. It is the
same among the lower animals. The
hog is a sort'of machine for transform-.
Ing the odds and ends of food into f ik.
but the farmer knows beforehand that
a little pig with long legs and snout
will work off the fat as fast as it can
be made. So a long legged person sel
dom inclines to obesity.
' EleDhant Trumoetinaa.
An elephant rushing upon an assail
ant trumpets shrilly with fury. Fear Is
similarly 1 expressed in a shrill brassy
sound or by a roar, from, the lungs,
pleasure by a continued low squeaking
through the trunk or an almost Inaudi
ble purring sound from the throat.
Grave Mounds In China.
The Chinese do not use" monuments.
for marking graves. The coffin is In
terred about one foot below the sur
face, and over it a mound is raised, its
$ize depending upon the rank 'of the
family and its feeling toward the de
parted member. s
Putting It Mildly.
"Would you call Uncle Peter a stingy
"Well, no. I'd merely say that he
had all his generous impulses under
perfect control.'V-Boston Transcript
"My butler left me without
"You got off easy. Mine- left me
without any spoons." Baltimore Amer
Wigg That girl Is sure a peach.
Wagg Did you ever see her twin sis
ter? They're a pair. Philadelphia Rec
Obedience is not truly cerformed by
tne Dody or mm wnose neart is dissat
Right In His Lino.
A woman from the city was spend
ing the summer in a small town, and
one day while doing her marketing she
asked the butcher how he' happened to
choose his business.
He hesitated a moment, and then
"Well, I don't know," he answered,
"but I always was fond of animals."
' She Learns Too.
There had been a family row.
"Well," remarked the alleged head of
the house, "a man learns a few things
when he gets married. Yes, sir, a nan
lives and learns." v
"That may be," retorted the femi feminine
nine feminine half of the sketch, "but the school
of experience doesn't, bar co-eds."
His Grouchy Views.
"What has become of the fine old
names like Prudence and Patience?"
"They wouldn't be appropriate now,"
declared the old grouch. "If I had a
couple of daughters I'd name 'em Ex
travagance and Hysteria." Louisville I ever used for constipation and mdi-jbUiousness," writes Miss Ji-mma ver-Courier-Journal.
Igestion. My wife also used them for bryke, Lima, Ohio. "I could eat very
uince lioy ouy in front says canl
you let him ; have some of thV back
alimony you owe his wife. He's Just
back from th honeymoon trip, and he J which they produce. S. Obtainable ev-j improved rapidly." Obtainable every every-needs
needs every-needs it T-ife. lervwhere. Advw I where. t Adv.
NOBLES AS AIR riJ
ldiJci ocieiaa oujjci iui I ypc
Only to Pilot Zeppelins.
COURSE OF TRAINING SEVERE
Commission In Air Servic of Germany
Is Considered More Honorable Than
Even Crack Regiment Seldom Fail i
to Pass Hard Test Because of Inter Interest
est Interest Taken.
Geneva, Switzerland. When the
English took a Zeppelin crew recently
the two officers included among the
prisoners were referred to in London
dispatches as Germans "of quite a su superior
perior superior type.
They ought to have been if social and
educational "superiority!' was meant.
The kaiser has chosen his Zeppelin
commanders as far as" possible from
the eldest sons of the noblest families
That the pair on the airship which
fell in the Thames estuary were of this 1
class Is not necessarily Indicated by
tne names tney gave Captaln-Lleuten-
ant .Breitnaupt ana urer-lieutenant 1
XL 13 bUXlUlSVU UUCK, ilUWcVci
that they did not give their real names.
Selections are usually ; made of men
between the ages of eighteen and twen
ty-one, and from- the fact that Breit-
haupt Is described as thirty-three
years old it is .guessed that he has
been in the German aerial service for
a long time, his earlier experience prob-
aDiy antedating tne war and reaclilng
was in muy iu esperuuenuu stage.
1 M J J J
r This Is thought to accord with the
gtory that ne was decorated with the
Insignia of the iron cross and the pour
le merite, implying that he has had a
brilliant career and much experience
as an airs nip commanuer.
Kuhne, his subordinate, Is supposed
to be a younger and less thoroughly
A commission in the air service Is
considered in Germany more honorable
than even one in the crack regiments. I
Training for the service begins on 1
vof tte.hnge.rafta, suimonnt.
ed by a Zeppelin shed, on the German
side of Lake Constance.
The course beeins with a dialled
mechanical course. Meteorological and
navigation studies follow.
After three or. four months of this I
a party of five candidates is allowed to
make a fliirht under an experienced
propellers, elevators and the best meth
ods of rising and descending.
Several such trips take place, and
then the most promising cadet is given
command for a trial voyage under
strict orders not to venture out of sight
of his home shed.
Little by little these trips are ex
tended to BerUn, Leipzig, Brussels and
By this time the student is supposed
to; have gained a full knowledge of I
handling a Zeppelin, working its n-
glnes and of the principles of aerostat
ics, wireless telegraphy, gunnery and
the theory of flight.
In the meantime "Instruction in bomb
dropping has not been forgotten.
The young pilot is trained always to
have the wind astern, with his air
ship's bow pointing at his target.
Formulas have been worked out mi
nutely, allowing both for the Zeppe
lin's speed and the strength of the
Altitude also figures Importantly in
Practice is obtained by bomb drop
ping upon miniature dummy warships
on Lake Constance.
At length the student is allowed to
make a trial flight or two across the
, fighting lines and. if he acquits him
self creditably, is considered ready to
take, part in a real raid as second in
A little later, If he acquits himself
creditably, he is given a Zeppelin of
Examinations during, the period of
Instruction are monthly and of great
In the final examination a percent
age of 70 must be reached. If he fails
he is dropped from the service.
So carefully are selections originally
made, however; so stringent is the sub-
sequent weeding out process and so
anxious la the average votith? Rormsn
to succeed as an alrshln Rkl nnor th t
there are said to be few failures.
FLED FROM CROQUET BALL
It Was Not Bomb, but There Was a
Bit of Blasting Pus on It.
Milwaukee, Wis. While the band at
Grand Meadows, east of here, was
practicing in the town hall seme one
opened tne outer door suddenly and
threw a lighted "bomb" among the
members. The musicians ended their
piece with a wail of thirty different
notes and, joining the small audience
knocked over furniture and stampeded
to a place of safety.
Puck Crane grabbed the bomb and
tried madly to stamp out the fuse, but
in vain. He dropped it and joined his
4 A minute passed. Two, three, five.
ten, had elapsed : before one member
volunteered to return cautiously to the
ball to investigate. Breathless, he ap
proached the dark object on" the floor
It was a croquet ball to which had
been fastened a piece of blasting fuse.
Didn't Shave For Thirty-three Years.
St Clalrsville, O. Robert Newlin has
had the whiskers he has worn for thlr
ty-three years shaved off. ; Friends fig
ure that, including interest, he is more
tnan.i,wu ; Detter on: tnan n ne nadWednesday &n& Friday, 5:45 p. m.
mug wiaveu iwice s wees.
Fine china at THE BOOK SHOP,
Constipation and Indigestion
"T liave nsi!l flhamberlain's Tablets
land must say they are the best I have
indigestion and they did her good,
I xr r r i i: Ti,ii. :u
U trn-ai Vnri r0rm tAu nlMw)
with the airreeable laxative effect
THE MUIinOE AI1D CHAMBL1SS IIATIOIIAL BATIK.
At Ocala, in the State of Florida, at the
1. a Loans and discounts (except those
"Si Overdrafts, unsecured, $16.60 ......
4. Bonds, securities, etc:
b Bonds other than U. S. bond3 pledged to se secure"
cure" secure" postal savings deposits
c Bonds and securities pledged as collateral for
state, or other deposits (postal excluded)
or bills -payable ?
e Securities other than U. S. bonds (not includ including
ing including stocks) ''owned unpledged
Total bonds, securities, etc. :. ..............
5. Stocks, other than Federal Reserve
6. a Subscription to stock of Federal Reserve
V Bank .. .. ........ ...... .$4,800.00
bLess amount unpaid ............... 2,400.00
7. a Value of banking house (if unencumbered)
4-5 interest .. ..... ...... ....
8. Furniture and fixtures, 4-5 interest.. .. .....
9. Real estate owned other than banking house...
10. Net amount due from Federal Reserve Bank...
11. a Net amount due from approved
in New York, Chicago and St.
5 jet amount due from approved
I.a T.i i 1 j i
than included in 16 or 11) ......
13. Exchanges for clearing house
15. a Outside checks and other cash items.
b Fractional currency, nickels and
16. Notes of other national banks
IS. Federal Reserve notes
19; Qfa and certificates ........ ... .
20 r., te note
25. Capital stock paid in
26. Surplus fund
27. Undivided profits
c Less current expenses, interest
31. Net amount due to banks and bankers (other
than included in 29 or 30)
32. Dividends unpaid
Demand Deposits :
33. Individual deposits subject to check
34. Certificates of deposit due in less
; fVrt.ifipH rheclc
t' e? eC V.
asnier s cnecKS outstanding
3S Postal savings deposits
39 State, county, 0r other municipal
ed by items 3d and 4c of "Resources". .
Total demand deposits. Items 33.
. ?q 00 t
- 30 days or more notice) :
41. Certificates of deposit
43. Other time deposits
Total of time deposits, items 41,
STATE OF FLORDDA,' v
COUNTY OF MARION, ss:-
I, L. P. Wilson, Cashier of the above
the above statement is true to the best
Subscribed and. sworn to before
me this the 8th day of July, 1916.
. OLA POTTER,
. Notary Public.
OF THE CITY COUNCIL
Finance D. W. Tompkins, chair-
man; G. A. Nash, Wv A. Knight.
Cemetery -J. T. Moore, chairman;
D. E. McIver,'H. A. Weathers.
Judiciary J. M. MetFert, chairman;
J. J. Gerig, D. E. Mclver.
Street D.;' E. Mclver, chairman; D.
W. Tompkins, W. A. Knight.
Fire-rJ: J. Geriff, chairman; J M.
Meffert, G. Jl. Nash. '
Polke W. A. Knight, chairman; G.
A. Nash, H. M. WeathersV
Market H. M. Weathers, chair
man; J. M. Meffert, J. J. Gerig.
Sanitary H. A. Fausett, chairman;
D. W. Tompkins, J. T. Moore.
Light and Water G. A. Nash,
chairman; D. W. Tompkins, J. M. Mef-
Buildine H. M. Weathers, chair-
man; H. A. Fausett, D. E. Mclver.
. A. C L SCHEDULE
Trains of the Atlantic Coast lane
will arrive and depart in Ocala at the
No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters
burg, 2:18-2:25 a. m.
No- 38, St. Petersburg to Jackson
ville,' 2:25 a. m.
No) ,,10, Leesburg to Jacksonville,
5:40 a; m.
No. 1 51, Ocala to Wilcox, Monday,
I Wednesday and Friday, 6:10 a. m.
No. 35, Ocala to Lakeland (Sunny-
jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 6:40 a. m.
No, 141, Wilcox, Gainesvine and
Palatka to Ocala, 11:15 a. m.
No. 40, St. PetersDurg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 12:54-1:14 p. m.
No. 48, Homosacsa 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. -No.
140, Ocala to Palatka, Gaines-
I ville and Wilcox, 4:lU p. m.
1 No. 9. Jacksonville to Leesburg,
1 9 :05 p. m.
I No. 150, Wilcox to Ocala, Monday,
TSJrt 9 T.V1ar1 Orala fSunnT
jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur-
vie iste ------
day, 9:50 p. m.
I Biliousness and Stomach Trouble
I "Two vears aero I suffered from fre-
jquent attacks of stomach trouble and
J little food that agreed witn me ana 1
I 4-V. n4- ;nnr. Vio- T nA in tVo
ihA cAmdi-i. t Vppt frnm fall-
in Siinp Chamberlain's Tablets
advertised I decided to try them. I
Close of Business on June 30, 1916
shown on b)
.'. : 22,111.98
and taxes paid 15,607.32
than 30 days
34. 35. 36. 37.
or subject to
42 and 43... 228,027.09
named bank, do solemnly swear that
of my knowledge and belief.
L. P. WILSON. Cashier.
A. E GERIG,
J. M. THOMAS,
T. T. MUNROE,
Taking Big Chances
It is a great risk to travel without
a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol Cholera
era Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, as this
preparation cannot be obtained on the
trains or steamships. Attacks of
bowel complaint are often, sudden and
very severe, and everyone should go
prepared for them. Obtainable, every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
Take Rexail liver salts for that
tired, lazy feeling. Gerig's tf
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S,
meets at Yonge' hall the second and.
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Myrtle G. Kramer. W. 'M.
Mrs. Liliian Simmons, Secy.
OCALA LODGE NO. 253, B. P. O. E.
Ocaia Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth auesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. .Club house
opposite postoffice, east side. ;
L. H. von Engelken, E. R.
D. S. Williams, Secy.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Convention
held every Monday at 7:30 p. nx. at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial -welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. W. M. Gober, a C.
Chas. K. Sage. K. of R. 8.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, L O. O.
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.
CHAPTKB NO. 13, B. A. M.
Regular ooa vocations 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.
UARION-DUNN MASOfC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge Ne. 19, F. &
A.. M., meets on the first and thirA
Thursday evening of each month at
8:00 o'clock, until further notice.
fc. C. Webb, W. M.
Jake Brown. Secretary. A.d
WOOD31K OP THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 aibets at
the K. of P. nail at 7:30 p. m. every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns 2 re always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C C.
Chajt K. S&ze, Clerk.
Li 1(B iemEseisms.
Tallahassee Meiv Hotel
- Soap, scrub brushes and other cleansing things have
invaded our Territory and occupy every inch of it.
WE HAVE SURRENDERED.
We4had to or we could not have offered spotless
space for your accommodation, while visiting
in Tallahassee. V
.' -. 1
Monday, July 10tti,: i916,
We will be ready for you.
, Provided you are'willing to put up with the best.
CLAUDE raGLE ahd FamOy
Where Shall I
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
Investigate its Advantages Before
Choosing Your College
436 students from 51 Florida counties
and 24 states and foreign countries
1915-16. Total 818" including summer
school. Write at once for catalog.
A. A. MURPHREE, President.
In this space will be advertised only ( USED CARS. These cars
will be in good running condition and represented to prospective cus customers,
tomers, customers, fairly and honestly and guaranteed to be as good as repre represented
sented represented or money will be refunded. 1
One 10 Buick Roadster, stripped
One Four Passenger Huprnbbile
One Two Cylinder Maxwell.
WANTED, LOST, FOUND,' FOR
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
LOST A bunch of keys. Finder
please leave at Post Office.. George
FOUND A "pain of gold rimmed eye
glasses. Owner can recover by ap applying
plying applying to Star-office and paying ex expenses.
penses. expenses. 8 3t
FOR SALE Wheelbarrows, jack
screws, single horse wagon, shoveb,
picks, etc., also several very heajry
doors. Apply at 413 E. 8th St. 7-8-6t
12 POUNDS SUGAR $1 Seven
cakes Grandma Soap 25c, Seven cakes
Export Soap 25cl AH canned goods at
Gb To Sclool ?
FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR
An Institution of the Highest Rank
for the Education of Young Women
589 students from 52 Florida counties
and 11 states 1915-16. Total 818 in including
cluding including summer school. Write at once
EDWARD CONRADI, President.
cost for CASH until JAly 20th to
make room for new pack. Counts
Grocery Company. 5-tf
WANTED If we are not now doing
your pressing and cleaning we want
an opportunity to prove our first class
service. Just call phone THIRTEEN
and let us 'send for iC J. T. Clay Clayton.
ton. Clayton. 7-4-Ct
FOR SALE Nice Jersey milk cow;
just fresh with second calf; gentle
and first class in everjrrespect. Ap Apply
ply Apply to W. D. Cam at Ocala Seed Store
or callphone 101.- 7-3-t
FOR RENT A well located cottage
cf five rooms, three blocks from the
Sfiuare; all modern conveniences. Ap Apply
ply Apply to R. R. Carroll, Star office, tf
FOR SALE I want to sell one pair
of good sound mules. E. E. IIcLIn. tf
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