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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY JULY, 21, 1916
VOL. 22, NO. 176
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Teutons Claim the Repulse of the Russians in
the Volhynian Sector

GERMAH THREATEN REPRISAL
.
London,' July 21. While the French
were repuLsing German counter at attacks
tacks attacks on their section of the Somme
front, the British last night advanced
their line between Eazentin and Lon Lon-gueval
gueval Lon-gueval to the Fourezux wood, accord according
ing according to official statements. The French
claim the" Germans lost heavily south
of Somme, retiring in disorder. The
French also claim the capture of a
German trench between SoissonW and
; Rheims. '
A Russian retirement on one sector
oof the Volhynian front is claimed by
the Austrian war office. l
The Italian front is said to be quiet.
Vienna also announces the destruction
cf two submarines, one Italian; by
Austrian torpedo boats in the Adriat Adriatic
ic Adriatic sea. ' ',
An official Berlin statement threat threatens
ens threatens air raids on French open towns as
a reprisal measure. It is claimed
trench availcis have bombarded Ger German
man German towns outside the zone field of
operations. ' ;
STRAIGHTENED THE LINE
The recent successful British ad ad-Vfiiieo
Vfiiieo ad-Vfiiieo has-brought the British into a
line with. the French at Hardecourt,
' and the French offensive which has
been in preparation for several days
has been renewed. The Germans
south of the Somme have been forced
back along a front of six miles by
the French and have been forced to
give up similar lines' over a length
of a thousand yards to the .British
north of the Somme river.
The French drive extends to Bar Bar-leux,
leux, Bar-leux, sou t West of Peronne. The
British have made a gash in the sec sector
tor sector north of the Bazentin-Longueval
line. The French in Thursday's fight
ing took twenty-nine hundred prison prisoners.
ers. prisoners. Northeast of Verdun the French
have advanced near Thiaumont works.
STARVATION OR SHOOTING
Rotterdam, July 21. Reliable re reports
ports reports say food riots In Belgium and
Northern France have been suppress suppressed
ed suppressed by German military.
DISTINGUISHED VISITORS
'A party of distinguished men from
Tampa whisked into Ocala this after afternoon
noon afternoon over the Paradise Loop in a big
Packard twin-six. They had dinner
at the Harrington. During the after afternoon
noon afternoon they will visit the Mucjan farm
in" the river and the farm of Z: C.
Ihambliss & Co. southwest of the city.
The party will then leave over the
"Hxie Highway for Leesburg. The re return
turn return to Tampa will be made by way
f Orlando. Those in the party are D.
J. Gillet, of the Buckeye Nurseries;
Edgar .Wright, editor of the Florida
Grower; L..T. Wood of the Gulf Fer Fertilizer
tilizer Fertilizer company; Peter O. Knight, the
well known attorney, and W. C.
Thomas, general manager of the Tam
pa Hardware company.
OUGHT TO SETTLE IT
Question of Whether Catts Will Abide
by Result of Recount or Not
A dispatch from DeFuniak Springs
says: "I am and will remain the nom
inee of the democratic party," declar
ed Sidney J. Catts when he stepped
from the train here this morning.
"It is possible that Knott will be
the court's nominee and candidate,"
continued Mr. Catts, "but by the vote
of the people, my friends, I. will be
the governor of Florida in January.
Enough'' said."
Mr. Catts was met by many citizens
here were were anxious to learn what
he proposed doing for it is considered
that the court's decision of yesterday
mfusiner the tetition of Mr. Catts for
a writ of prohibition practically gives
the lead to Mr. Knott.
His statement made as he left the
train set at rest any idea that he
would quit the fight' for he proposes
to claim the nomination by the peo
pie and will contend that he ai:d no
Knott is the democratic nominee.

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FOR FREI1CH 1 RAIDS PEOPLE
AI!D lOBTIIEBil ERAI1CE
(Associated Press)
AliflED THE LEMON
PROHIBITIONISTS NOMINATE A
WELL KNOWN CITIZEN OF
INDIANA FOR PRESIDENT
(Associated Press)
St. Paul, July 21. Nominations for
president and vice president at the
prohibition national convention start started
ed started immediately after adopting the
party platform, which includes a plank
endorsing the initiative, referendum
and recall. ' '-
J. Frank Hanly was nominated by
Sumner W. Haynes.of Indiana. Dem Demonstrations
onstrations Demonstrations followed. Finley C. Hen Hen-drickson
drickson Hen-drickson of Maryland was nominated
by George R, Gorsuch. Eugene W.
Chafin, of Arizona, nominated William
Sulzer of New York. v
Grafton D. Day nominated Dr.
James Gilbert Mason, of New Jersey.
John C. Coffin of Florida, seconded the
nomination of. William Sulzer.
Hanley was nominated on the first
ballot. ;
The platform opposes a "masterful
military program," as proposed in the
democratic and republican platforms.
t favors disarmament of nations, but
until that time pledges the party to
maintain adequate national defenses.,
OHM OBSTACLE
To Shifting Site of Union Station Re
moved by Accepting Proposition
of H. B. Masters Company
City council in session this morn
ing accepted the proposition of the H.
B. Masters company, made through
B. A. Weathers, vice president, by
which the Masters company is to de
duct from the exchange price of -the
present site of the union station and
he site on the south side of the Sea
board Air Line tracks. J. C. Murehi Murehi-son,
son, Murehi-son, division superintendent of the
Atlantic Coast Line, was notified later
by wire that the city had arranged
for the amount that has stood in the
way of moving the station.
The Masters proposition is made to
the city on condition that the assess
ment of the Carmichael-Benjamin
property, which the company will get
in the deal, is to be fixed by council
at not more than $3,000 for five years
beginning in 1917. This means, ac
cording to explanations made in coun
cil, that the city will contribute about
$25 a' year for the five years toward
the moving of the station, and the
majority of the council have taken
the position that the importance of
having the station on the south side
cf the tracks justifies the action. As
a precedent in the matter the council council-men
men council-men point to the city's policybf as
sisting new industries by relieving
them of taxes at the start.
Councilman Knight voted against
accepting the Masters proposition,
saying that he was opposed to the
strinsr attached. Councilmen Moore
and Gerig were not present.
A telegram received this morning
from W. L. Seddon, vice president of
the Seaboard Air Line, said that there
was nothing to add to his offer of
$15,000 towards the exchange of the
properties, and half of the cost of the
moving. v
Mr. W.VW. Condon and one friend
will be very welcome to bottled coca
cola at the Smith Grocery company.
if thev will nameVthis notice. The
Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works,

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Said to be Delayed in Order to Put
a Big Shipment of Gold
Aboard
(Associated Press)
Baltimore, July 21. Negotiations
between the Eastern Forwarding Co.
and a large bank for a big shipment
of gold to Germany is delaying the
Deutschland's departure, according
to an official of the submarine argents.
he amount of the shipment was not
earned.
INQUISITIVE ENGLISH
A British cargo steamer which an
chored off the berth of the Deutsch-
land gaye-officials of the Eastern Forr
warding company considerable worry
ast night. The British vessel is in a
position to observe any movement of
the submarine. The searchlight of the
forwarding company's tug .Timmins
was flashed on the Britisher inter
mittently throughout the night.
PLEASE DON'T
Please don't ask for voting coupons
which should have been called for
weeks ago for the library voting con contest.
test. contest. We keep no account of these
and it is impossible in justice to all
parties for us to issue them at this
time.
ARMY OFFICER
KILLED AT ALPINE
Major Butler Went Out Rifling with
; Wife of a Texas Hotel Man
. x (Associated Press)
Alpine, Tex., July 21. Major M. C.
Butler, of the Sixth United States
cavalry, And Mrs. H. J. Spannell, who
were out riding together in an auto
mobile, were shot and killed late yes
terday by H. J. Spannell, the husband
of the woman.
Spannell is the proprietor of the
Holland hotel here, and he immediate-
y surrendered. Mrs. Spannell was
the daughter of John Holland, a prom prominent
inent prominent Alpine resident. Major Butler
was a native of South Carolina and
his wife, who was a Miss Howell, is
the daughter of the late M. B. Howell,
one of Nashville's '- leading lawyers.
Irs. Butler has just recently leftr for
the border to join her husband.
CUTTING DOWN COFFEE
People of Vienna Restricted in
the
Quantity of their Favorite
-Beverage
(Associated Press) v
Vienna, July 21. The long dreaded
restriction in the use of coffee which
is to Vienna what beer is to Munich
has come at last, bringing with it cof
fee cards entitling each person over
iour years of age to half a pound of
coffee a week end confiscation of all
the ceffee now on hand to prevent
hoarding.
NORTH CAROLINA
ELECTROCUTED A NEGRO
(Associated Press)
Raleigh, N. C, July 21 Will Black,
aged sixteen was electrocuted at the
penitentiary here this morning. He
was convicted of attacking a six-year-old
white girl in -Greene county last
March. His father, Joseph Black, was
lynched at the time for assisting his
son to try to escape.

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FEDERAL AID (JILL HE ASKED FOR PEOPLE III III
AFFLICTED LOCALITIES

CAssociated
Asheville, N. C, July 21. Food
shortages in many remote sections of
western North Carolina swept by Sun Sunday's
day's Sunday's floods are reported. Informa Information
tion Information received here is that in some
places, notably Collettsville, the peo people
ple people are iacing a famine unless relief
is speedily forthcoming. Federal aid
has been asked for Morganton and
Wilkesboro.
Seven additional deathe have been
reported overnight. The death list is
now eighty to ninety.
Couriers from isolated points con continue
tinue continue to bring reports of property de destruction.
struction. destruction. v
ITALY ACTS UGLY
Seems Like She Would Just as Soon
Declare War on Germany
as Not
(Associated Press)
Rome, July 21. A ministerial de
cree has been issued placing Germans
and their property on the same foot footing
ing footing as Hungarians. It didn't directly
mention Germans, but states Austria's
allies will be treated as enemies.
PRACTICE CRUISE
Over Two Thousand Amateur Seamen
Will Go Aboard Ship
August 15
(Associated Press)
Washington, July 21. Enrollment
o civilians for the forthcoming cruise
on United States warships is proceed proceeding,
ing, proceeding, with indications that the experi experiment
ment experiment is popular, and there is no doubt
that the full quota of two thousand
citizen soldiers, ranking all the way
from 19 to 45 years of age, will be
ready to carry their dunnage bags
aboard the practice fleet on Aug. 15.
The men will board the ships at the
ports nearest their home, and in the
month's duration of the cruise will be
given experience in almost every form
of naval life from swabbing decks to
firing big guns. The enrollment thus
far shows men of all trades and pro
fessions, many prominent and wealthy,
who are enthusiastic over this plan
of naval preparedness. Assistant Sec
retary Roosevelt, of the navy depart
ment, expects to spend at least some
of the month as one of the citizen blue
jackets..
The vessels, and the ports from
which they will sail, are: the Virginia,
from Portland, Me.; the Kearsage,
from Boston, Mass.; the Illinois, from
Newport, R. I.; the Kentucky and
Maine, from New York City; the
Rhode Island and Alabama, from Phil
adelphia; the Louisiana, from Norfolk,
Va., and the New Jersey from Char
leston, S. C.
The cruise will end September 12
and during the last week will be held
a mobilization and training cruise of
yachts and motor boats. From August
15 until August 20, the citizen sailors
will be proceeding to the training ren rendezvous
dezvous rendezvous at Tangier Sound, in Chesa Chesapeake
peake Chesapeake Bay, the gunnery practice
ground of c the Atlantic fleet. Target
practice will be held by the training
fleet from August 27 to September 5
OCALA STAR

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THIS COUPON IS GOOD FOR FIVE
VOTES IN LIBRARY CONTEST
VOTED FOB

Cut out, fill Li name of church lodge, school or .other organization
you wish to vote for, and deposit in ballcV box at THE 'COURT
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Press)

SECOIID REGIMENT SAW
REAL SERVICE
A Practice March of Eleven Miles was
Severe, but the Boys Stood Up
Well Under It
(Special Correspondence of the Star)
Black Point, July 19. The members
of the Second Florida Regiment were
up. at 4:30 a. m. making up their
blanket rools preparatory to leaving
at 6:30 for an 11-mile hike. The reg regiment
iment regiment moved out promptly in battal battalion
ion battalion formation, moving south around
the river. It was a hot, dry day with
clouds, of dust rising as the -troops
moved along. The first half of the
hike was made by 9:30, with one rest
of 20 minutes. The boys made the
first half in good shape, but on the re
turn several had to fall by the way wayside
side wayside on. account of the intense heat.
The homeward march started at 10:10
at almost double time, and was more
than the boys could stand, and a halt
was ordered about two miles from
camp, to the satisfaction of all. Those
that fell out were compelled to ride
buck in the "wood" wagons, as there
is no ambulance in the regiment. Its
safe to say that none" wish another
free ride in the "wood" wagon.
After the hard hike of the' morning
the battalion was called out at 2:30
for the afternoon drill, but thanks to
the rain storm that started at 3 p. m.,
while the boys were in line of drill, a
hasty retreat was made to the woods,
where all received a shower bath, re returning
turning returning to camp wet through and
through.
Company A is minus Second Lieu
tenant Marsh and First Sergeant
Leitner, who were detailed for a ten
days recruitinsr trio throueh South
Florida to recruit the Second Florida
regiment up to war strength- Ser Sergeant
geant Sergeant Thompson is acting first ser sergeant
geant sergeant in the absence of Sergeant
Leitner.
A Sham Battle
The First Battalion, Companies A,
B, C and D, were in a sham battle
Monday afternoon with Co. B on the
defensive and A, C and D on the offen
sive. It was the hardest work ; the
boys had to do. The charge was made
in. squad rushes.
A Big Company
Co. A went out on its first battalion
drill Tuesday afternoon. It has here
tofore been ruled out on account of be being
ing being too large. We had to eliminate
four squads in Tuesday's drill to con conform
form conform with the other three companies.
While the boys in squad No. 3 were
in; a "peaceful chat Tuesday noon,
one of the boys discovered what he
thought to be a ground mole, making
his way out, but upon investigation it
proved to be a six-foot chicken snake
"Bill" Hood, acting corporal of the
squad, had been transferred ... to the
canteen, so the boys thinking the
snake had come to take "Bill's" place,
immediately sent him on his way: to
the incinerator.
Sergeant Snow, Privates Hood and
Fife are looking after the wants of the
boys at the canteen.
Gordon Thompson has been quite ill
for several days, but is now back in
the ranks. '-'';
Mr. Lee Stapp was a guest of Co. A
Monday, taking dinner with the boys.
VOTING COUPON

To Negotiate With Mexico By
Means of a Commission 1

PROBABLY Willi TO WITHDRAW TROOPS BUT HITS fl-

AGREELIEIIT
(Associated
Washington, July 21. State de department
partment department officials refuse to comment
on the statement from Mexico City
last night purporting to present the
text of a note to the United States
proposing a joint commission to settle
boder difficulties. It is admitted that
a note has been received dated July
11th. It is learned, authoritatively.
that the Mexico City text, though
substantially similar, isn't identical
with that presented by. Ambassador
Arredondo at t the state department.
Mr. Arredondo called on Acting Sec Sec-retar
retar Sec-retar Vof State Polk this morning. He
intimated that, a statement regarding
preliminary : negotiations would be
made soon.
The general impression prevailed
that a tentative agreement was reach reached
ed reached along the general lines of the Mex Mexican
ican Mexican proposal, although its scope may
differ somewhat from the suggestions
embodied in Carranza's notes. There
seems little doubt that Washington is
willing for the commission to take up
the negotiation of a reciprocal agreement-
for-the passage of .troops across
the border after bandits and investi investigating
gating investigating interests behind bandits.
The situation regarding the sugges suggestion
tion suggestion that the commission discuss the
withdrawal of American troops is not
clear.
DETAILS DESIRE
Austro-Hungary Asks Out State De Department
partment Department for More Explicit
Information
Washington, July 21 A request of
the Austro-Hungarian government for
.further details regarding" the Aus
trian submarine attack on the Ameri American
can American tanker Petrolite has been received
from Ambassador Penfield at Vienna.
MUCH LEGAL BUSINESS
BEFORE JUDGE BULLOCK
Following the argument of the at attorneys
torneys attorneys for an injunction against the
city, which was about 3:30 p. nt., the
matter of the receivership case of
certain lien holders against McEach McEach-ern,
ern, McEach-ern, came before Judge W. S. Bul Bullock
lock Bullock in chambers yesterday. The
parties were represented by Mr. H.
M. Hampton and Mr. W. K. Zewad Zewad-ski,
ski, Zewad-ski, '.and argument lasted until 5:30
or later. Early this morning there ap appeared
peared appeared before the judge -many per persons.
sons. persons. Among others are the follow following
ing following attorneys, G. C; Martin, JVC. Da Da-vant,
vant, Da-vant, Hugh Hale, F. B. Coogler, Mor
ton KeathleyV also other gentlemen,
among whom are W. E. Law, sheriff
arid J. C. Bunnell, clerk of Hernando
county, ex-State Senator B. F. Kirk,
now city clerk in Brooksville, Mr.
Eugene Law, son of W. E. Law, all
f i om Brooksville, and State Senator
J. E. Calkins from Fernandina. Sev Several
eral Several argued writs on matters of plead
ing; but the main and important
cases is a contest for the office of
sheriff of Hernando county. Mr. E.
E. Brown is contesting the nomina nomination
tion nomination of Mr. W. E. Law for the office
of sheriff, which was argued at length
by Mr. JVC. Davantfor contestant
and Mr. F. B. Coogler for contestee.
Messrs. Bullock & Trantham are
seeking an injunction against the city
of Brooksville, restraining the city
from issuing certain paving certi certificates.
ficates. certificates. In view of all. of these pressing
matters before the judge it may re
sult hi delaying a disposition of the
injunction sought against the city.
COLORED MAN THOUGHT
HE HAD HOOKED A CAT
Savannah, July 21 A negro caught
a seven and a half foot shark in the
Savannah rivrr at Thunderbolt, the
popular bathing resort.

GIFROCAL

TO FOLLOW BAITS

Press)
DIXIE HIGH LI
PRAISES THE MILL
Automobile Carries Field Secretary on
5,600 3Iiles Tour, Boosting
Good Roads
With the" speedometer of his Max Maxwell
well Maxwell touring car registering more than
5,600 miles, W. S. Gilbreath, field sec secretary
retary secretary of the Dixie Highway associa association,
tion, association, motored into Detroit last week,
after an extended trip through the
South, where he has been preaching
the gospel of good roads.
Naturally, Mr. Gilbreath sought
those sections of the South where the
travel was roughest to make his mes message
sage message more effective. He drove his
Maxwell over roads that Tseemed im
passable, and the car responded to the
severe test in great style. The Dixie
Highway secretary, passing through
Detroit, called at the general offices
of the Maxwell company to pay a per
sonal tribute to the pnwess of the
car.
"I have never seen a car get a hard
er pounding," he said, "and the way it
stood up under the strain proved it
to be a marvel in construction. It not
only stood the wear and tear of the
rough roads in fine style, but it made
some speed records and some economy
records of which to be proud.
28 Miles On a Gallon
"Frequently, I made tests of the
number of miles I was getting on a
gallon of gasoline and despite the
severe nature of the travel, I often got
as high as twenty-eight miles. In view
of the service to which the car was
subjected, this is a remarkable show
ing. And the Maxwell could show a
birst of speed when I needed speed.
I made the run from Tallahassee, Fla.,
to Macon, Ga.,-in eight hours, a dis distance
tance distance of 202.2 miles. I was forced to
observe the speed limits in every
town I passed through."
Started Last December
Mr. Gilbreath's tour started last De
cember from Detroit. He left that
city on December 21st in a snow
storm. When he returned to Detroit
last week, the front wheels still car carried
ried carried the same two tires with which he
started. The tire on the left front
wheel still had Michigan air in it.
SEMINOLE BUS CO'S.
REGULAR SCHEDULE
Beginning tomorrow morning, the
Seminole Motor Bus company will
operate a jitney over the following
route, passing a, given point every 30
minutes, from 7 a. m. to 9:30 p. m.
M H a fan will Vio fiw onts '.fatmn.
lia street north to North Ocala school,
return to union station, thence south
on Magnolia street to -Oklawaha ave avenue,
nue, avenue, east to Main, south to Fort King
avenue, east to Herbert street, south
to South Sixth street, east to Lake
Weir road, south to South Eighth
street, west to Tuscawilla, north to
South Second street, west to Pine
street, north to Broadway, east to
Main, north to Oklawaha avenue, west
to Magnolia.
ATTENTION, VOTERS
OF M ARTEL PRECINCT
All white registered voters of Mar Mar-tel
tel Mar-tel precinct are requested to meet at
the office of Clark-Eay-Johnson at
Martel on Thursday afternoon, July
27th, at 4 o'clock, to consider the
proposition of bonding Marion county
and to elect delegates to a meeting in
Ocala on August 7th, and to elect an
executive committeeman from Martel
precinct. L. D. Beck.
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- J. IL Deaja cola, Editor y
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While you are waiting for a decis decision
ion decision of the question, are sharks dan dangerous?
gerous? dangerous? keep out of their way.
Old "Fax and Figgers" Light gives
the people of South Florida some something
thing something to think about in his letter else elsewhere.
where. elsewhere. -'"
,The Allies have promised Russia
both sides of the Dardanelles. All
the Russians have to do i3 to take
possession of the property.
The nation that probably has the
greatest sinking of its heart when it
contemplates the success of the En Entente
tente Entente Allies is Bulgaria.
If our piscatorial sports would go
after sharks with the same energy
they- go after tarpon, the menace to
surf bathing might be removed.
In the third year of its existence, the
Star's exchange table. It is rather
late in coming, but it is. welcome.
The Pensacola Journal is against
state division. We should think any
West Florida paper would be. it's us
on this side who are carrying the
butt end of the load.
Shark3 being fed so largely on
beef thrown overboard from trans trans-Atlantic
Atlantic trans-Atlantic liners, it is no wonder that
they have an appetite for calves at
the bathing beaches.
An Allied offensive against Bul Bulgaria
garia Bulgaria is expected to commence any
"day. In consequence of the pressure
on Germany, Austria and -Turkey, the
Bulgarians will have to stand alone.
If Adam and Eve never knew they
were naked until they'd eaten an ap apple,
ple, apple, isn't it about time the fruit was
passed to some of our society women?
-St. Augustine Meteor.
Let the women alone. The more we
Fee of them, the better we like them.
According to the New York Herald,
the idea of a loan to the "de facto"
Mexican government failed to find
favor with American financiers. It's
the Star's opinion that an American
who at present would loan money to
Mexico would be not only a fool but
a traitor.
Berlin says the Russians have lost
203,000 men in their latest offensive.
It also claims they lost 3,000,000 last
. summer. It must discourage a think
ing German to consider his country is
at war with, a nation that can suffer
-such tremendous losses and keep on
fighting.
The Star doubts that the Germans
have had such immenselosses at Ver Verdun.
dun. Verdun. They would not be so foolish as
to keep hammering on that" point if it
cost them so heavily. They are proba
bly not losing many more men than
the French, and feel that they can af
ford it better.
President Wilson did a good thing
for the country when he took Mr. Hay
out of Congress and -made him a
?udge. Mr. Hay is one of the most
inveterate pork grabbers in Congress,
and if the country is to be benefited
by the appropriations for prepared preparedness
ness preparedness it is a good thing that he. is off
the military committee of the House.
The regular army considers the na national
tional national guard worthless, and the guard
thinks the .regulars a1 lot of cheap
bluffers. We might let them fight it
out by way of practice for a real war
Tampa Times.
Where did the Times obtain its in
formation. All the national guards guardsmen
men guardsmen we have known have expressed
admiration for regular soldiers and a
desire to profit by their instruction.
Northeast Georgia, East Tennessee
and the Carolinas have had some
severe storms, but nothing compared
to the one that struck that section a
few days ago. Also, a severe storm
at this season of the year is very un
usual, storms generally occurring in
the spring or the autumn. Many Mar
ion county people are saddened to
read in the dispatches news of the
suffering in localities that they are
familiar with as summer visitors. ;
It's amusing to hear the Germans
talk of boats like the Deutschland
breaking the British blockade. It
would probably take a dozen Deutsch
lands to carry the load of an ordinary
tramp steamer, and while the Ger Germans,
mans, Germans, with luck can possibly get three
or four submarines across the ocean a
month, the German trade to America
in normal times takes a dozen to a
score of big steamers a day. It is like
trying to replace train service with
mule teams.
Our representative, Rodgers, in
Mexico City, who told Carranza Am
erican troops were to be withdrawn,
-jrobably speke before. the administra administration
tion administration intended him to. Mr. Rodgers is
the man who according to the ref ref-Q2Tt3
Q2Tt3 ref-Q2Tt3 on the Sumner plays golf while

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THE STAR'S PHONES
The editor's phone is
"51 TWO RINGS
while the business office re remains
mains remains the same. Our friends
will save themselves possible
annoyance and delay by keep keeping
ing keeping this in mind when calling
up the Star office, in future.
'
American citizens are tortured in
a 1
Mexican jails. He seems to be even
worse than John Land, sent as special
representative to a country the lan
guage of which he didn't speak a
word. Mr. Wilson's ability in pick
ing out representatives for this coun country
try country abroad is not the least of his acT
complishmenti.
Because the jury says Orpet did not
kill the Lambert girl, his lawyer ex
presses, outside the court, the private
opinion that his client has been de declared
clared declared innocent of all crime and
should receive honor and ; respect in
the community! Orpet says he will re
sume his studies in the university and
became a lawyerthe "disappearing
stunt does not appeal'' to him! This
when his own testimony shows him
guilty of the worst crime possible
tne ruin ana desertion 01 a i young
woman! Times-Union.
We shouldn't think any decent man
or woman would ever want to shake
hands with Orpet, but he will prob
ably find plenty to condone his con
duct.
No doubt a lot of patriotic feeling
is .burning in these khaki dressed
figures on their way to a mysterious
unknown. There is a sense that "in
the patient forbearance of the past
years, the old stars and stripes have
been trailed in the erround. and that it
s up to some one to plant the fear of
the Lord in the hearts of the heathen,
Our country may be a land of dollar
chasers, as the old world says of us
Nevertheless there is a very arden
sentiment of c Americanism in the
hearts of our young men, as those
who provoke it too far will find ouL
Orlando Reporter-Star.
It will be better for the country if
this sentiment is provoked too far be
fore the milksops and dollar' chasers
succeed in killing it.
After the failure to fill the hospital
corps and the machine gun company
with St. Petersburg recruits, it looks
like foolishness to send a recruiting
officer here to get men for the volun
teer army. St. Petersburg Times.
Recruiting officers came into ; Ocala
one afternoon this- week and had a
dozen volunteers before breakfast nexi
morning. Ocala and surrounding ter
ritory had already sent 138 men to
Black Point, beside some thirty or
forty volunteers who could not pass
examination.
NERVOUS COLLAPSE,
'Kissimmee. Fla. "I have been think'
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my testimonial that
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as I was in a state of nervous collapse,
with exhaustion, and after trying various
physicians and Dot improving I made up
my mind to try Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
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l was so lully restored to health that
discontinued taking it." -Mrs. P.
Byehly, 714 Mabbette St.
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MARION NEEDS MORE

PURE BRED STOCK
There i3 one thing in which great
mprovement can be made in Marion
county. We need more pure bred
stock. The introduction of a pure
bred sire will always increase the size
of the animals and the profit obtained
from the raising of them. While a
few farmers are building up their
herds of cattle and hogs there is a de decided
cided decided lack of system in their methods.
instead of choosing one breed of cat cat-le
le cat-le or of hogs and sticking to it, too
many farmers try a little of all breeds
and the result is a total lack of uni
formity of color or build. If we ex
pect to ; get anywhere in real profit profitable
able profitable stock raising, we must introduce
better methods of improving our
herds.
I have frequent inquiries for young
males, both of cattle and hogs which
while not necessarily registered are
entitled to register and cannot find
them in the county. I have a call right
now for 13 pure bred Poland 'China
pigs ten weeks old and have no idea
where they can be found in the coun
ty. The same is true of cattle. I
managed to secure a good ram for an
agent in another county and could sell
plenty of good blooded stuff if it could
be found in the county, but the supply
is not sufficient to meet the local de
mand.
It is generally conceded that the
most profitable method of improving
our livestock is to select the best of
the females on hand, then select the
breed we like best and secure a good
pure bred male of that breed. Then
stick to that breed. When it becomes
necessary to secure a new head for
the herd, don't try another breed, but
secure another and better sire of the
same and use the best of the females
sired by the first one. In this way we
will soon build up our herds to a uni
form type and color. This will always
bring better money than the mongrel
assortment now to be had in the coun
ty.
The selection of one breed of hogs
for the pig club and the promised co
operation of the; farmers will grad
ually take care of the hogs and will in
time make the county distinctive as
the place where a uniform type of hog
can always be purchased.
? The pig club movement will take
care of the hogs but there is the cat
tie question left. I have a communi
cation which opens a way out of this
difficulty. A breeder of pure bred cat
tie desires to bring a car load of pure
bred Angus and Hereford bulls to
Ocala and" hold an auctionv If the
farmers will show sufficient interest in
this, I feel certain that I can secure
this auction for. Marlon county.
One carload of pure bred bulls wil
be put a good step in the right direc
tionas'the number of cattle in the
county would make several cars none
too many. .We certainly need the bet better
ter better blood and I feel that the farmers
of Marion county are missing a grea
opportunity if they do not manifest
enough interest to induce this breeder
to bring at least one car of good stuff
here and hold an auction.
TV If those interested will communicate
with me, I would appreciate it greatly
so that I would know whether to ad advise
vise advise the breeder to bring in his stock
and hold a sale. R. W. Blacklock,
v County Agent.
AND THEN WHAT?
"Will Catts- support Wilson?" is a
question being pushed forward with
considerable persistence around the
state. He probably won't. After say saying
ing saying what he has said about Wilson he
couldn't be expected to. And that sug
gests another question.1 What are you
going to do about it? St. Petersburg
Times.
y The question should be put squarely
to Catts. If he should answer in the
negative it would absolve every dem democrat
ocrat democrat from voting for him. Ocala
Star.
: Well, put it up to him, and it he
doesn't immediately say he will sup support
port support Wilson, we will absolve ourselves,
as the Star suggests. Mr. Catts, are
you for Wilson? We thing you will
support him, but since-the question is
raised, you do yourself a great injus injustice
tice injustice not to answer unequivocally. No
man can be governor of Florida who
will not support Wilson. Shall we hear
from you at an early date? Arcadia
News.
GERIG'S NEWS STORE
One Door East of M. &. C. National
Bank
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MAGAZINES
The following Sunday papers are
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World, Atlanta Journal, Savannah
Morning News. Hearst's Sunday
American St. Louis Post Dispatch,
and Chicago Herald.
See the new cigar ease where you
can get a good cigar.
My stock of cigarettes, smoking
nd chewing tobacco is new, and of
good quality.
A fresh line of package candies
and chewing gum.
; Come in and look over a new lot
of 50 cent books. .-
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MAIL ORDER HOUSE
We deliver all parcels of reasonable
weight when cash accompanies order.
Ask your doctor to leave your pre
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fully compotmded and prompt deliv
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LIGHT W ILL VOTE

FOR THE AMENDMENT
There are 52 counties in the state.
North Florida 29 counties; South
Florida 23 counties; North Florida 45
representatives; South Florida 30
representatives; North Florida 21
state senators; South Florida 11 state
senators. North- Florida has 66 mem
bers in the Florida legislature, while
South Florida has 4 L. According to
the reapportionment, North Florida
would have 29 senators, or a gain of
eight senators; South Florida .would
have 23 senators, or a gain of 12 sen senators.
ators. senators. North Florida .would have 45
representatives; South Florida, would
have 32, if the reapportionment bill
is adopted. North Florida would gain
but eight members in the legislature,
while South Florida would gain 14.
I believe it is to the good of South
Florida to adopt the reapportionment
amendment. If the amendment is
lost, when will the legislature make
another and better reapportionment
bill?
Some day there will be a new con
stitutional convention and a new state
constitution made. Would not South
Florida be better prepared to take
care of her interests with as large a
dclegtaion as possible. The adoption
of the amendment gives the South
Florida delegation a larger member
ship than under the present system.
How are you going to get a better
reapportionment bill passed when you
people of the' southern part of the
state have less than a two-fifth vote in
the present legislature?
I vote for the amendment.
Yours truly, L. S., Light.
AN OBJECTION
Editor Star: I notice a piece in
your paper from Marshal Carter rel relative
ative relative to "seats around the court house
square. Mr. Carter is very nice to
agitate this matter, but I do not think
the city of Ocala or the citizens of
Ocala should furnish those seats. The
court house and the grounds belong to
the citizens of Marion county and the
county commissioners should provide
the seats. It will be a great accom
modation tQ the country ladies and
children as well as country gentlemen
to have some place to rest and meet
each other. The writer has been in
several counties f the, state and very
few do not have such seats around the
court house square and it is a great
convenience. Let the county commis
sioners get busy and have the seats
put on the square. A' Good Wisher.
The Evening Star may always be
found on sale at Gerig's News
Store.. 17-tT
QCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
CHAPTER NO. 15, R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
'ourth Friday in every month ait
8 p. m. A. E. Burnett, H. P.
Jake Brown, Sec'y.
MARION-DUNX 3IASOSIC IiOVGS
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. A
. M- meets on the first and third
Thursday evening of each month at
8:00 o'clock, until farther notice.
t, C. Webb, W, M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
WOODMK.N OF THE WOULD
Fot King Camp No. 14 aatets at
the K. of P. tall at 7:30 p. m. every
second ana rourth Jnriaay. visiting
sovereigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, G. C.
Chas. K. Sae. Clerk.
OuALA TEMPLE
PYTHIAN SISTERS
The Ocala Tf.mn1f Twlo-e Nn. 9f
Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members are
cordially invited to meet with us.'
Kate B. Howell. M. R.
Lena Tompkins. M. E. C
1 n
OCALA LODGE NO. 2S5, B. P. O. E
Ocaia Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meeta
the second and fourth Hues-day even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club hous
opposite postoffice, east side.
R. S. Rogers, E. R.
E. J. Crook, Secretary,
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Convention
held every" Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. G. A. Nash, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. K. of R. S. A
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29 O. E.. S,
meets at Yonge's hall the flfeoond and
fourths Thursday evenings of each
nontb at 730 o'clock.
Mi's. Myrtle G. Kramer. W. M.
Mrs. Lillisn Simmons, Sec'y.
V ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. 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.
F. E. McClane, N. G.
L. H. Pillans, Secretary.
Biliousness and Stomach Trouble
"Two years ago I suffered from fre
quent attacks of stomach trouble and
biliousness." writes Miss Emma Ver-
bryke, Lima, Ohio. "I could eat very
little food that agreed with me and I
became so dizzy and sick at my
stomach at times that I had to take
hold of something to keep from fall
ing. Seeing Chamber lam's Tablets
advertised I decided to try them. I
improved rapidly." Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.

EXPERT III
HOIE EFFICIENCY
FOR STEPHENS BILL
MRS. CHRISTINE FREDERICK SAYS
IT Wl LL AID CONSUMERS.
INSUR ES STAN DARD QUALITY
Consumers in Smalr Towns and Rural
Communities Are Victims of Dis Discrimination
crimination Discrimination by Big Store Methods.
Which: Encourage Substitution of
Unidentified Goods at High Figures.
Mrs. Christine Frederick, household
efficiency expert and consulting house household
hold household editor of the Ladies Home Jour Journal,
nal, Journal, the New York Evening Sun, Suc Successful
cessful Successful Farming, and various other
publications, recently appeared before
the Interstate and Foreign Commerce
Committee of the House of Repre Representatives
sentatives Representatives In Washington la support
of the Stephens-Ashurst bill. This
measure, according to its title, is de designed
signed designed To protect the public against
dishonest advertising and false pre
tenses in merchandising."
The bill will legalize standard, uni
form prices and prevent price euttine
of trade marked goods by big city
stores for the purpose of giving the
false Impression that all their other
articles are proportionately low.
Price cutting Is merely bait to. lure
customers so that articles of inferior
merit may be substituted at high
prices.'.-.-."": v' y..-: '"";.;
"I appear before the committee
purely In the Interest of the con
sumer," said Mrs. Frederick, "and I
io not care about the rights or wrong3
'-V' -'
MRS. CHRISTINE FREDERICK.
)f retailer or manufacturer except as
they affect the consumer. There Is
great need that the woman consumer,
who spends most of the family income
for articles used in the home, should,
be able to buy with the least extrava-;
gance, the least inefficiency and the
least waste. I believe that a uni uniform
form uniform price on an identified article is
one of the chief means by which this
most desired end can be obtained."
Mrs. Frederick declared that the
passage of the Stephens-Ashurst bill
will result In greater household effi efficiency
ciency efficiency in buying for the following
reasons: r-.; "''.'
First, It will help the consumer
establish a standard In ; all pur- ;
chasing. -.yy
Second, it will guarantee to the
consumer a continuance of those
standards once they are estab established.
lished. established. ; :'':-:'y':
Third, it will give a wider dis distribution
tribution distribution to more kinds of prod products
ucts products that the consumer daily
' buys.
Fourth, It will save the consum consum--
- consum-- ers money because the fixed price '.
'will guarantee a permanent, de dependable
pendable dependable supply of articles.
Fifth, it will be especially help helpful
ful helpful to farm women and small town
consumers who are now victims
of discrimination.
Sixth, it will make it possible
for the homemaker to practice
more efficient and less wasteful
buying methods.
Seventh, it will guarantee to the
consumer that the goods which
she buys are made under honor honorable
able honorable standards of manufacture,
fair pay and sanitary conditions.
In her argument for Identified ar articles
ticles articles Mrs. Frederick said it was ad admitted
mitted admitted that cut prices tend to drive
such articles from the market and
she was merely showing the interest
that the consumer has in having arr
tides she buys so marked and brand
ed that they can be identified.
"Suppose, for the sake of argument,
that there Is no such thing as an
Identified article." said Mrs. Fred Frederick.
erick. Frederick. "If there Is no means of Identi Identifying,
fying, Identifying, say, a pound of butter or a
pair of hosiery, then every purchase
of one of those necessities becomes
an experiment. In each case I must
make a test which takes time, trouble
and money and which is worthless in
the end because, should I find the
article satisfactory, I can't be certain
of getting the same thing again; and
If it Is unsatisfactory I can't be cer
tain of avoiding it. I do not see how
you can have a standard quality with without
out without a standard price. The trade mark
on an article, the approved standard
price' and standard quality, protect
the consumer because they are a
guarantee that the manufacturer will
continue that standard.
"Price juggling destroys the stand
ard which manufacturers have set
and tempts; them sometimes almost
forces them to lower the,, quality.
What Incentive can a manufacturer
have to keep up a high standard of
quality if the price Is constantly cut."
Constipation and Indigestion
ul have used Chamberlain's Tablets
and must say they are the best I have
ever used for constipation and indi
gestion. My wife also used them for
indisrestion and they did her good,"
writes Eugene S. Knight, Wilmington,
N. C. Chamberlain's Tablets are mild
and srentle 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.
ADVERTISE IN THE STAR.

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AoloiiioMle Bapgaiias
We offer for sale at sacrifice' 'he following second hand automo automobiles:
biles: automobiles:
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1 CADILLAC TOURING CAR ........... .150.00
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1 FORD 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 makemore room for our business.

KNIGHT
Ocala
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Art the Heart of the city wiith Heaaming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
second to none. t $--.
RATES From $1X0 per day per person to tu.OO.
ROBERT M. RIEYER, J. E. K AVAN AUGH
Prcprictcr. Manager.

A Star reporter visited the library

Hii last evening and found Miss Lou
G-msby, assisted by Mrs. Stovall, Mrs.
Blttinger," Miss Bittinger. arid Messrs.
L. H. Chazal and J. D. McDonald, busi

ly cataloguing and indexing the books.

As there are over 3000' volumes," this
is some job. It is the Star's wish

that the library be open on Sunday af

ternoons, but this will probably have

to be deferred, as the faithful libra librarian,
rian, librarian, Miss Gamsby, does about all

that can be expected of her on week

days.

Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Thomas, A. T.

Thomas Jr., and Miss Rhoda, are:
planning to start in a day or two on!

an auto trip to Jonesboro, N. C. Theyj
will probably be accompanied by Mrs. j

Thomas' cousin, Hugh Watson, of

Nichols., Mr. Thomas will return in
a couple of weeks, but Mrs. Thomas

and the children will probably re remain
main remain until cooler weather.

A letter from Mr. and Mrs. Alfred

J. Beck chronicles their safe arrival

in New York, where they are stop

ping at the Hotel McAlpin, a 25-story

palace at 33rd street and Broadway.

Mr. and Mrs.- Beck met a number of

their friends and received a most

pleasant reception from them in Jack

sonville. They had a very pleasant

voyage in spite of the storm; and
notwithstanding the rough weather
did not miss a single meal. They had

beautiful weather the latter part of

the trip.

Mn Clifford Peabody has received

a letter from his sister, Mrs. W. R.

Griffith, in -HendersonviHe, N. C. de describing
scribing describing the wrath of the recent

storm in that section. She tells how

a little creek, almost, narrow enough

to step across, expended into a rag
ing river in a single night.

Mr, and Mrs. I. I. Strong, of Wild

wood, are in the city, the guests of

Mr. and Mrs. E.. A. Polly.

Mrs. J. H. Dunn is visiting friends

at Winter Park.. "Doc". is keeping! t
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uacu anu iooks sauuer ana imnner

every day.

Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Stripling and COMMERCIAL CLUB MINSTRELS

daughter, Miss Ellen, leave tonight

for a two week's visit to relatives at (Lester Lucas Conversationalist)

Altamaha, Ga.

The Palm Beach Club Enjoys a Merry

Rev. J. G. Glass, rector of Grace Hour of Jest and Song

Episcopal church, Ocala, was in the

city yesterday registered at the White Produced Under the Direction of Les-

House. C. E. Winston, also of Ocala, t(Jr ;T,,1MV nf rimV Minst.rls

was at tms popular hostelry -last .
r,?f nQ-ne!vfli0 finn Assisted by Sibbald Wilson

Miss Vivienne Eycleshimer, one of AT THE -TEMPLE WEDNESDAY

ast year's high school graduates, now EVENING, JULY 26

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visiting her sister, Mrs. Hedick, in L. ;
P1; .t M T following by singers and comedians:

Smgers: Pat Anderson; Lann band

The performance of the Commercial fers, Alfred Green, Leroy Bridges,

Club Ministrels at the Temple Thea- Kenneth .MacKay, Duncan McDonald

ter next Wednesday evening promises I and Dick Stroud. Jesters: Sibbald

to be a brilliant social as well as Wilson Dr. Jack Halton, Rae Fer

amusing evening, lne outiooK. is guson, usher JNorwood, Austin .ben-

hat the house will be crowded. Tick-Jnett and Carol Blalock.

ets will go on sale at the Court Phar- Alabama Jubilee; Hesitating Blues,

macy tomorrow morning. by Usher Norwood

Hello Hawaii How Are You; A Cot-

Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Clements and ta ere. Some Roses and You, by "Pat"

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children left yesterday afternoon for I Anderson.

Seabreeze. - At the Fountain of Youth; Where

mmm Did Robinson Crusoe Go With Friday

Mr. and Mrs. Gary of Ocala, were on Saturday, by Rae Ferguson.

visiting the university to look into Sunshine of Your Smile; Way Down

the matter of enrolling their son in j Yonder, by Alfred Green.

the next term. Florida Alligator. I Are You from Dixie; Those Good

Old Days Back Home; by Carol Bla

Miss Sue Barco, Gregor McLean lock.

and Robert Markley returned last Walkin' the Dog; I 'Aint Got No

night from a visit in Ocala and body, by Austin Bennett.

Gainesville, and at the home of Miss J Introduction, of the premiers, Sib

Elizabeth Mays in Monticello. J bald Wilson and Jack Halton.

Clearwater Sun. Pray -for the Lights to Go Out; Oh,

How that Woman Could Cook, by

Mr. Eugene Connor went to the Sibbald Wilson.'

lake today, for a ten days vacation at Because I Have You; When the

the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Southern Moon is Swinging Low, by

C E. Connor. It is strongly suspect- J Linn Sanders.

ed that 'Gene will enjoy himself tak-1 Some Little Bug Will Get You Some

ing apart and putting together again Time ; You Can't Get Along With Em

all the gasoline engines on the north! or Without Em, by Jack Halton.

side of the lake. I A Dream: Down Deep in a Sub

marine, by Lester Lucas.

Mrs. W. V. Newsom Jr., of Ocala, Grand final' introducing "Keep the

who is the guest of her parents, Mr. j Home Fires Burning," by entire com-

and Mrs. A. K". Taylor, in Ortega, en- pany.

tertained Tuesday afternoon at auc-1 Overture by orchestra.

tion ; in compliment to Miss Rosebud I 4 A fifteen minute skit entitled Chalk

Robinson, of Ocala, who is the pretty j Talk, by Wilson and Ferguson. In

guest of her brother and sister-in-law,

Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Robinson. Top

score was made by Mrs. Emmett Rob Robinson,
inson, Robinson, while Miss Robinson received

the guest prize.--Jacksonville Me Metropolis.
tropolis. Metropolis.

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Mrs. W. V. Newsom Jr., is thfe

guest "of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.

Taylor, at their home in Ortega until

August, when she will be joined by

Mr. Newsom, and they, will take a

trip to New York City. Jacksonville

Metropolis.

Miss Winifred Streator of Lakeland,

is the attractive guest of Miss Ethel

Seymour. Miss Streator is en route

to the University of Virginia. She will

be joined in August by Miss Seymour

and they will visit points in the east.

Jacksonville Metropolis.

, Mr. Samuel Igou of Ocala is the

guest of his brother, Senator W. M.

Igou, and -family Eustis Lake Re

gion.

Try Bouquet Dozira perfume, $2

To Boost Your Favorite in the
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Ocala, Florida

troducing feats of ambidexterity and
comic cretaceous creations.
Burlesque on Sextette from Lucia.
Tickets will go on sale at the Court
Pharmacy tomorrow morning.

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MY HOME PLACE
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NORTH LAKE WrEIR
Best, Most Desirable and Most
Beautiful Location on the
Lake. Good, Large, Airy
House, Small Citrus Grove and
Variety of Other Fruits.
j. M. NEELY

Ocala

Fla.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Rules and Regulations Governing

. OcaIas Free Library
The rules committee of the public

ibrary have adopted the following

rules to govern the institution as soon
as it is formally opened. The various

committees are thard at work every

day getting everything in readiness to

open up. The task of indexing by title

and cross indexing by subjects is a

hard one, and those in charge of the

work deserve ; much credit for their

untiring efforts in getting the library

in shape for use. The opening date

will be announced as soon as the work

is complete, which the committees

hope will be in the next few days.

Borrowers: Adults of the city of

Ocala are entitled to draw books by

filling out application blanks. Chil Children
dren Children under 18 must obtain signature
of parent .or guardian.

Temporary Residents: A tempor

ary resident may obtain a borrower's

card by filling out application blank,

making a temporary deposit to the

value of ; the book and ; paying two

cents a day.

Borrower's Card : Each person en

titled to draw books fro.m the library

will be given a 7 card, which must be

presented whenever a book is taken,

returned or renewed. If this card is
lost a new one will be given after due

notice upon the payment of five cents

Number of Volumes : Two books

may be drawn at a time, one only of
which is fiction. Not more than two

volumes of new; fiction and two vol
umes of new juvenilia to one family.

Time Kept: Books may be kept two

weeks and once renewed for the same

time. Books marked seven day books

may be kept for that time only and

can not be renewed. Books cannot be

transferred.

Over Due Books: The fine of two

cents a day will be imposed for books

kept' overtime.

Penalties: Borrowers will have to

pay for lost or injured books, r. All

borrowers who fail to pay for loss or

damage to books, or their fines, will

be debarred from the use 01 tne 11

brary.

Hours: Library will be .open from

9 to 10 a, m.; 4 to 6 p. m. and 7 to 9

p. m., on week days only.

AUTO REPAIR SHOP
FOR ANYTHING' AND
EVERYTHING
IN

Antomobile Repairing
410 N. Oranze St Ocala, Fla.

Mclvcr ,4 MacKay

UNDERTAKERS and EUBALMERS

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The last few days have marked a numerous advance guard of the
army of mosquitoes that usually appear during the summeh months,
FENOLE IS THE REMEDY.
Flies, Ants, Bugs and all other insects are eliminated, eradicated
and assassinated by the free use of this household insecticide.
Safe to use, effective in the extreme. Fenole is for sale in Ocala
by Marion Hardware Co., Ollie Mordis, Court Pharmacy, Tyding'a
Drug Co., Smith Grocery Co., Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.
FENOLE CHEMICAL COMPANY
1546 FRANKLIN STREET TAMPA PHONE SS25

FRESH.MEATS, POULTRY,
FISH AND OYSTERS

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We can save yott from 20 to 40 in our Foundry Department
Wre make especiany low prices on GRATE BARS OR ANY OTHER
CASTING, IRON, BRASS OR ALUMINUM.
We Sell Second Hand Rails, Spikes, Fish Plates, Pipe, Fittings,
I-Beams, Pulleys, Cable, Engines and Dry Kiln Trucks.
WTe pay the highest market prci for Scrap Iron, Brass, Copper,
Lead, Rubber, Bones, Bags and Rags.

JACKSONVILLE

KAUFMAN METAL COIVlPAriY

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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1916
A DISPUTED GAME

OCALA OCCURRENCES

Dr. Chas. R. Tydings left today for
a short visit to Worthington Springs.

The August Ladies' -Home Journal
fit the Book Shop. 20-3t
Messrs. Geo. W. Scofield and J. K.
Kelley of Inverness were in town to today.
day. today.

Fresh Feeds of all ind3 at the

Ocala Seed Store. M

Mr.' Geo. W. EasteTling has found
no more recruits to his Silver Springs

road gang.

W. K. LANE, 51. D., iPrysiclan and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. tf

J. E. Stevens of Crystal River was
in town yesterday.

The Evening Star may always be

found on sale at Gerig's News

Store. 17-tf

Mr. E. II. Mote of Leesburg was in

town yesterday.

Pure drugs, prompt service and no

substitution in our PRESCRIPTION
department. Tell your physician to
leave yours with us. The Court

Pharmacy. tf

FRANK'S CLEAN-UP SALE

Frank's popular store, in both the
dry goods and men's departments, is

dosed today while the stock is being
marked down and arranged for the
great Clean-Up Sale which will open
at 9 o'clock tomorrow, Saturday,

morning,-

During this sale, $30,000 worth of
merchandise will be thrown on the
market at prices that only Frank's
ever equals. Mr. W. A. Wilson is in

charge of the sale, and it is his busi

ness to put on sales and move stocks

of goods. To do this he simply

slaughters the prices.

There will be daily specials at the

sale and the public will get some

agreeable surprises. For instance, the

first 75 ladies entering the; store to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow morning will each be given an

envelope, each envelope will contain

a number and ten of the numbers win

a pair of ladies' silk hose.

All through this, sale the people of
Ocala and surrounding country will be

regaled by one continuous orgy of

price cutting, merchandise slaughter

ing and it is up to each and every one
of you to get your share of the big
house full of rare bargains there

awaiting you.

The sale commences at 9 o'clock

sharp tomorrow, Saturday morning,
The sale lasts for thirteen week days,

The pride of our store is ; our

PRESCRIPTION service. None but

purest drugs used and, no substitution

permitted. The Court Pharmacy, tf

E. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
Licensed Embalmers

WILBUR W. C, SMITH
Licensed Eihbalmer
fhone 10 Ocala, Fla.

Carn-TIiomas Co.
GROCERIES
Good Goods,
Cheap Prices,
Good Service

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1 17. F. BALLIHGER

Tin and Sheet Iron Roofing,
Cornice, Spouting, Skylights,
Tanks and General Repair J
J Work 6 J
Sheet Iron and Copper Work
Phone Yonge's Tin Shop 388 I
Z 210 S. Osceola St Ocala, Fla. J

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Cor
tract work. Gives More and Bettei
Work for the Mone? than Any Other
ijr.tractft in tb dtv

The "Feud Girl," at the Temple last
night, with Hazel Dawn and Irving
Cummings in the leading roles was a

very interesting and refreshing moun

tain story. The Temple tonight has
the Pathe News and two othfer good

subjects,

John Bartleson, a Jacksonville live
wire, after several days of business in

town, has returned home.'

We have a new perfume, Bouquet

Dozira, a fine lasting extract, $2 per

ounce. Gerie's. tf

Mr. W. W. Stripling is smoking
with great satisfaction a large and

handsome pipe given him by Mr. Kup

perbusch of Palatka. The pipe was

presented twenty years ago, and Strip

is confident he has smoked half a ton

of tobacco in it.

At the hospital this afternoon it was
said that Louis Keefe, captain of the

fire department who was burned day
before yesterday, and little William

Collier Jr., suffering from lockjaw,

were getting along nicely.

Before Judge Bullock,, in chambers

this afternoon sargument are being

made in the contest of the Hernando

county sheriff race in the recent pri
mary. Sheriff W. E. Law of Brooks

ville, was declared elected, and the
election is being contested by his op

ponent, E. E. Brown, on technical

grounds. .-:

Before a small crowd, Ocala and

Williston battled at Hunter Park yes

terday afternoon, and at the end of

the" ninth inning the score stood 2-2.
A' dispute with Umpire J. J. Gerig of

Ocala, regarding the second tally of
Williston's, ended the game. Three

Williston men had been to the bat in

the ninth when Epperson, a fourth

man, came up and whanged the ball
out to right. The ball was returned to
the plate, and Davis, catching for

Ocala, touched Futch, and Umpire
Gerig called Futch out. Davis drop

ped the ball, and the umpire called
Futch safe. Mr. Gerig was abused by
Williston players, and he refused to

continue as umpire.

The first score of the : game was

made by Williston in the third inning.

Wynne hit a hard ball to Zewadski

He went to second on hartley's out at

first, to third on a wild pitch, and

crossed the plate on Smith's single to

right. In the sixth, Gates drove a fly

between center and the second bag.
It could have been fielded by either
but was not. Gates stole second. J.

Chazal flied to second and was out.

Zewadski fanned. Batts singled to
left, scoring Gates, Batts going to sec second.
ond. second. Davis hit to center scoring

Batts. Leavengood fiied out. This

gave Ocala the advantage by one run,

which Williston did not meet until the

ninth.

Bartley for the visitors fanned

eight players, and Harris, for Ocala,

fanned six. The errors were: willis

ton 2, Ocala 5.
The line-ups were:

Williston: Futch, ss; Swanson, 3b;

Epperson, lb; Wynn, 2b; Bartley, p;

Reddick T., 3b; Smith, cf; Longbot-

tom, rf ; Reddick B., If.

- Ocala: Chazal J., If; Zewadski, ss;
Batts, 2b; Davis, c; Leavengood, 3b;
Harris, p ; Chazal C, lb ; McLeod, rf ;

Gates, cf.

UNCLASSIFIED ADS.

WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR

SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

FOR SALE ..atal hay seed. Anyone

interested, write for prices to J. W.

Widner, Leesburg, Fla. 31-2t

CALL PHONE 13 For prompt ser service
vice service and' absolutely perfect work in

Cleaning and Pressing. A trial wil

convince you that Clayton knows how,

Phone 13. 7-21-6t

LOST On the streets Tuesday, solid

gold cuff link inscribed with mono

gram W. K. L." Finder please leave

at Star office. . 19-3t

HOUSEKEEPER WANTED A re

liable white woman is wanted for
housekeeper at Loughman, Rla. Ap

ply at Star office if interested. 18-tf

II "BEOINI" THAT'S THE MAGIC '.WORD
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I p YOU are not dealing with us now, begin today. We are offering
" '; you groceries at prices which will save you. money. If you only
save a dime today it counts. Take tare of the dimes and the dollars will
take care of themselves. v
A million men say every day, "I mean to save money and will be begintomorrow.
gintomorrow. begintomorrow. Here is where you can begin saving today. Tomorrow
can never come.

Here is our list of Extra Special Cash Values and the prices are good for the following days only

Saturday 22nd, Monday 2

4th, Tuesday :23rd

OUR AH

Kingan's Reliable Hams, per pound . ........ . ; .....
' Kingan's t Shamrock Breakfast Bacon, Sliced, per lb.....
Kingan's Porter Breakfast Bacon, sliced, per lb. .......
Kingan's Picnic Hams, (shoulders' smoked just right, per
WHITE BACON, per lb....... ... .... ...... .. .....'. .
Lard Compound, per lb..
Qoverbloom Butter, in pound prints, per lb.

Irish Potatoes, large and fancy, per peck.
Full Cream Cheese, per lb.. . . . . .
No. 2 tins Florida Tomatoes, per tin .......

.,.2iy2c
....;.25c
28c
lb.... 18c
...17'2c
...13V2C
......36c
.....38c
22c
.8c

SIPIECIALi. ;
No. 3 tins Maryland Tomatoes, per tin .....11c
No. 2 tins Van Camp's Baked Kidney Beans, per tin 9c
25c tins Sunkist Asparagus, per tin, ,20c
30c tins Royal Scarlet Table Peaches, per tin... ..26c
12 pound bags Table Talk Flou r for ...... . 44c
24 pound bags Table Talk Flour for .85c
12 pound bags Obelisk Flour, for 50c
24 pound bags Obelisk Flour for .. 1 . $1 00
Every bag guaranteed. We are advised that we will see no cheap
flour until September. You. will make no mistake in buying now.

- The above list is composed of staple groceries: goods you need every day.
and the prices are low. Let us have your order.

O.o Ko Teapot Qroc

Every item is first-class

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Take Rexall liver salts for that

tired, lazy -feeling. Gerig's tf

After considerable delay the city

will at once get the proceeds from the

$75,000 electric light bonds, and the

funds will be deposited in the Com

mercial Bank. Before straightening
the matter out, council this morning
had to authorize the payment of $65

in accrued interest for four days, as
a result of a delay caused by the
mayor in not certifying to his signa

ture.

VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS

from our own farm daily. Open night
and day. Merchant's' Cafe. tf

We carry a full' line of Newport

bathing shoes. Gerig's. tf

Stationery and office supplies at

The Book Shop. 3t.

THE

Will continue until further notice, and
we are receiving new goods every day -that
will also be placed in the sale"
displays and sold at most reasonable
prices. In justice to yourself, look in
when you're out shopping as you're
certain to save money.

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Ocala

FOR RENT Three furnished rooms
for housekeeping; all conveniences,

bath, etc Address "D" care Star of
flee or phone 494. 7-18-6t

WANTED A second hand ice box.
Must be in good condition and low low-priced
priced low-priced ; don't want junk at any price.

Address "Ice Box' care tSar. 18-3t

FOR SALE My beautiful home in
North Ocala, six rooms with bath and
sleeping porch, good well and cistern,
lot 50x128. Also for sale or trade, 166
acres of good land in Indiana. P. D.
Odell, 413 8th St, Ocala, Fla. 7-17-6t

FOR SALE Growing crops on five

acres: lot farming tools, wagons, one

horse and household furniture, for
$150 cash. Located corner of Eighth

street and Summerfield avenue. Must

be sold at once. Apply to Michael

Keleman, Ocala, Fla. 7-17-6t

FOR RENT A well located cottage

of five rooms, three blocks from the

square; all modern conveniences. Ap Apply
ply Apply to R. R. Carroll, Star office, tf

FINANCIAL STATEMENT

W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector, in Ac Account
count Account with Marion County, for
Levy 1915

Uncollected June 1, 1916. $ 2,596.23
Extras collected (licence) 36.00

' $ 2.632.23

By treasurer's receipt,

$343.44; June 5, land
sale, $364.94.. .. "708.38

Balance uncollected. . .$ 1,923.85
Fine and Forfeiture Fund
Uncollected June 1. 1916..$ 2.077.01

By treasurer's receipt.

$245.95; June 5, land sale,
$291.95 537.90

Balance uncollected.. ..$ 1,539.11
Poll Taxes

Uncollected June 1, 1916. .$ 1,124.00
Extras collected 302.00

$ 1.426.00

By treasurer's receipt. . 579.00

Balance uncollected.. ..$ 847.00
County School Fund

Uncollected June 1. 1916..$ 7.269.42

By treasurer's receipt,

$860.84; June 5, land sale,
$1,021.84 . .. .... i . . 1,882.6S

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cause it's big in ser service
vice service big in economy-r-big
in general satisfaction. You
get more for your money
every dollar representing
actual service-value. ;
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Touring Car $595; Roadster 8580,
ped, including electric

A high-grade automobile
'built: as you want it built--runs
as you want it to run,
. for only $595. A demon demonstration
stration demonstration will give you new
ideas regarding motor car
values
f. o. b. Detroit Fully equip
starter and lights.

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Uncollected June 1, 1916..$
By treasurer's receipt,

$491.91; June 5 land sale,
$583.91.. .. .. ........
Balance uncollected. . .$
Sub-Road Fund

Uncollected June 1, 1916 $

By treasurer's receipt,

$20.00l; June 5 la: i sale,
$51.93... ... ... ......$

4,153.95
1,075.82
3,078.13
: 386.09
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71.93

Balance uncollected.. ..$ 314.16
Sub-Schools
Uncollected June 1, 1916..$ 12,226.49

By treasurer's receipt,

$6098.76; June 5 land
sale, $747.51. . ... . 6,846.27

Balance uncollected. . .$ 5,3802

Total balances : .......$ 23,086.43
State of Florida,
Marion County:
I, P. H. Nugent, clerk circuit court,
hereby, certify that the above is a
true and correct statement of the col collector's
lector's collector's account with Marion county
and the sub-school districts, as the
same appears upon the books in my
office.
"Witness my hand and official seal
this the 14th day of July, 1916.
(Seal.) -.-j. P. H. NUGENT,
7-21-lt d&w Clerk Circuit Court.

IXAVING TROUBLE
WITH YOUR CAR?
Then bring it to me. Remedying
automobile troubles is my business.
Honest, efficient service; you pay foi
the time put in on your car only. J.
A. Bouvier, Anthony road, phone
393, Ocala, Fla. 6-9-16-tf

Balance uncollected.. ..$ 5,386.74
County Road Fund

Uncollected June 1, 1916..$ 5.971.30

Auto licenses ? . 65.88

$ 6.037.18

By treasurer's receipt,

$773.00; June 5, land sale,
- $839.36 1,612.36

Balance uncollected. . ;$ 4,424.82
"County Aaricultural Fund

Uncollected June 1, 1916..$ 259.63

By treasurer's receipt,

$30.74; June 5 land sale,
$36.49... 67.23
Balance uncollected.. ..$ 192.40
; Outstanding Indebtedness Fund

Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy
Every family without exception
should keep tfiis preparations at hand

during the hoi. weather of the summer
months. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy is worth many
times its cost when needed and is al almost
most almost certain to be needed before the

summer is over. It has no superior

for the purposes for which it is in

ter ded. Buy it now. Obtainable ev

erywhere. Adv.
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 and balsams. Is slightly
laxative. Dr. King's New Discovery
eases your cough, soothes your throat
and bronchial tubes, checks your cold,
starts to clear your head. In a short
time you know your cold is better.
Its the standard family cough syrup
in use over 40 years. Get a bottle at
once. Keep it in the house as a cold
insurance. Sold at your druggist. 3

YOUR BOWELS SHOULD
MOVE ONCE A DAY
A free easy movement of the bowels
every day is a sign of good health.
Dr. King's New Life Pills will give
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 on the entire system.
Makes you feel like living. Only 25c
at druggists. Adv. 3
PLUMBING AND
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING
" When you have plumbing or elec electrical
trical electrical contracting let us furnish you
estimates. No job too large and none
to small. H. W. Tucker. tf

HEW

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VIA

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it

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.
NEW MAXWELL CATALOG

The new and very handsome catalog
of the Maxwell cars for the year be beginning
ginning beginning July 1st, has arrived and will
be mailed put to any one interested.
R. R. Carroll, Maxwell distributor,
Ocala, Florida. d&w tf

Only Direct Lino from Jacksonville

Fare Includes Meals Good on Any Ship.
Tickets Now on Sale. and Stateroom Berth
Final Return Limit October 31st
CHARLESTON EXCURSIONS
Write for schedule and further particulars.
H. G. WEFJZEL, Florida Passpnger Agent
Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of Lib trty St, Jacksonville, Florida!

Where 'Shall-1, Go To School ?

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
Gainesville

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.

FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR
! WOMEN, Tallahassee

An Instituted c." t:.c Highest RanSc
for the Educe'.: -r. c' Young Women
ZbO students from 52 Florida counties
and 11 states 1915-16. Total 818 in including
cluding including summer school. Write at once
for catalog.
EDWARD CONRADI. President.

BUSINESS FOR SALE

Electrical and plumbing establish establishment.
ment. establishment. Will sell at invoice prices.
This is a good buy as there is going
to be about $40,000 worth of plumb plumbing
ing plumbing work installed in Ocala within the
next few years. H. W. Tucker, Ocala,
Fla. 19-4t

A DOCTOR'S RE3IEDY
FOR COUGHS

As a cure for coughs and cold3 Dr.
Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey combines these
remedies in just the right proportion
to do the most good for summer
coughs or co!d3. A trial will prove
the value of this splendid cough med medicine.
icine. medicine. Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey
soothes the irritation, stops your
cough, kills the cold germ3 and does
you a world of good. A 25c bottle will
more than convince you i will stop
your cough. At druggists. Ad. 3

Try Bouquet Dozira perfume,. $2
per ounce, a Gerig's. tf.

WILL SLOAN'S
LINLMENT RELIEVE PAIN T

Try it and see one application will
prove, more than a column of claims.
Jame3 S. Ferguson, Phila., Pa., writes,
"I have had wonderful Telief 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 en suffer suffering,
ing, suffering, apply Sloan's Liniment where
your pain is and notice how quiek quiek-you
you quiek-you get relief. Penetrates without
rubbing. But it as any dru store.

Adv. 3

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