The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
Physical Description:
v. : ; 61 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Frequency:
daily (except sunday)
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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

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University of Florida
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TIE OCALA EENINfl STAR

WEATHER FORECAST
OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY JULY, 22, 1916
Partly cloudy tonight and Sunday,
probably local thunder showers.
VOL. 22, NO. 177

Sill 111 ALLIED CHUISEBS IE ILlED IB HE
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Another Attempt to Stop Build Building
ing Building City Plant Knocked Out

JUDGE BUILOGK GIVES SOUliD LAV

HOT THE HI SHOULD!!1! BE IIIIEMED I'll

Judge Bullock this morning refused
to issue an injunction against the
city to A. A. Vandenbrock, et al, com complainants
plainants complainants against the city of Ocala, in
the matter of building the new water
and electric plant." Following is the
text in full of Judge Bullock's de decision:
cision: decision: A. A. Vandenbrock, et al, Complain Complainants,
ants, Complainants, vs. City of Ocala, et al, De Defendants
fendants Defendants Order.
1 This cause came on to be heard on
application for an injunction. The
pleadings are too numerous and vol voluminous
uminous voluminous to undertake to be passed
upon only in so far as to determine
the right to the order.
Briefly, the bill alleges the passing
of an ordinance in 1911 to submit to
the registered voters the question of
bonding the city for $100,000 for the
purpose of "buying and equipping, or
constructing and equipping water
works": that the election was duly
'jtfeld, and at such election a majority
f of the voters annroved of the bond
I issue; andlhat of said issue of $100,-
000 of bonds $45,000 was sold and
$55,000 left in the hands of the cityIt
then alleges the ownership by an in independent
dependent independent corporation of the "entire
water works in the city"; that the
purpose and object of the ordinance
was to "authorize the city
J to either construct a new and inde-
I pendent plant or to purchase the old
! plant," as the council should deem
it "to the best interests of the city to
-mase" the old plant owned by the
te corporation, and that the pur pur-i
i pur-i was made for the sum of $42, $42,-il,
il, $42,-il, and paid for out of the $45,000,
'.d the remainder to be used "in ex ex-ending
ending ex-ending mains and in making addi addi-"Cns
"Cns addi-"Cns to and eqv.ipp!n the said plant."
Thereafter, in 1914, another ordi ordinance
nance ordinance was adopted, providing for
.bonds to '.'the amount of $75,000 or
the purpose of erecting and equipping
'an electric light station in connection
!with the said water works," and for
pther purposes and this ordinance
Was submitted to and approved by
the people..;' i -;'-,
I In April, 1916, the council entered
nto a contract with the defendant
Thompson "for the construction of an
pectric light and power plant, and
ater works plant, in and for the city

pnstruct and equip "a new water
jvorks plant" combined with a "new
electric plant," and that the contrac-;-or
is to be paid out of this money.
I It is sought by this action to enjoin
luch payment.
I The gist, crux and gravamen of the
' omplaint is, that the city council,
nder the authorization given it by
he ordinance of 1911 of "buying and
quipping or constructing and equip
I'ing water works for the city of
)cala," is illegally undertaking to do
oth.
It is alleged that it was within the
iscreon of the -city council to
ither "buy and equip" the old water
'lant from this private corporation, or
construct and equip" a new system,
nd that the city has exercised this
discretion that was given it, and did
prchase the old plant, and is now un undertaking
dertaking undertaking to construct and equip a
4ew plant. In other words, that is the
-ty was authorized to do either one
jr the other, buying and equipping or
instructing and equipping, and, hav hav-JS
JS hav-JS elected to buy and equip, they are
w undertaking ; the "constructing
;d equipping." V
.r.,"tre is no charge of fraud or im im-opr
opr im-opr conduct of any kind, or. any
d of -dishonesty on the part of the
Concluded on Last Page)

MID CDOII SENSE nils

MAKING READY TO
Chairman McCormick and President
Wilson are Mapping Out
v the Campaign
V (Associated Press)
Washington, July 22. National
Democratic Chairman McCormick
McCormick conferred with President
Wilson and party leadersthis morn
ing, going over the campaign and de
tails for the re-electing of a demo
cratic Congress. The first definite
work will be in Maine. The president
is writing his acceptance speech, but
will not finish the address until Mr.
Hughes delivers his speech accepting
tne republican presidential nomina
tion.
Newspaper Publishers of America In Invited
vited Invited to Confer With the Federal
Trade Commission
(Associated Press)
Washington, July 22. Newspaper
publishers throughout the country are
invited by the federal trade commis commission
sion commission to be represented at the hearing
here August 1st as to whether there
has been an undue increase in the
price of news print paper. .The hear
ing will be the first step in an ex
haustive investigation.
The Senate ordered the investiga investigation.
tion. investigation. The commission has sent work
to two thousand daily and four thou
sand; weekly newspapers throughout
tha country, asking those who are un
able to appear to submit any informa
tion they have in writing. It wants
specific information as to prices, quan quantities
tities quantities and any other facts bearing on
an increase in price.
Field agents 'are examing the ac
counts of manufacturers to ascertain
the cost of production, and others are
seeking distribution cost information
from jobbers.
DODGE INDICTED
Embezzlement Alleged Against Clerk
of the Federal Court
Jacksonville, July 22. Three new
indictments were returned by the fed
eral grand jury here yesterday
against Eugene D. Dodge, former
clerk of the United States court, each
of the three charging embezzlement.
Dodge is here awaiting arraignment
federal court Monday, when Judge W.
w. Lambdin of Georgia, will sit for
Judge Ehydon M. Call, disqualified on
account of Dodge having been his ap appointee.
pointee. appointee. P. G. Bailey of Ocala, demonstrator
for R. R. Carroll, the Maxwell man
of Ocala, spent some time here Tues
day. He informs us a carload of the
1917 "Winder Cars" will arrive at
Ocala within the next few. days. In
verness Chronicle.
The Evening Star may always be
found on sale at Gerig's News
Store. 17-tf

WORK III MAINE

PRICE OF PAPER

VIHIIA CAPES

, READY

THE DEULAIID

(Associated
Norfolk, July 22. Allied warships
are off Cape Henry awaiting the at attempted
tempted attempted departure of the German sub submarine
marine submarine DeutschlancL The warships
were ceaseless in their activity this
morning. They cruised up and down
slowly last night playing their search searchlights
lights searchlights over the entrance to the capes.
At daybreak they quickened their
speed and resumed their regular north
and south patrol. The Britishers are
about ten miles out.
I ARMY- AIIO
I
Senate Debates the Subject of De De-fense
fense De-fense Immense Navy Bill
vHas Passed
(Associated Press)
Washington, July 22. The Senate
is debating the army bill, which is the
lastof the administration's big de
fense measures. It carries a total of
$333,000,000. The debate is expected
to last several days.
OVER THREE HUNDRED MILLION
.The naval appropriation bill, with
a three-year, building program includ
ing the immediate construction of four
dreadnaughts, four great battle cruis
ers and fifty-eight other craft, passed
the Senate late yesterday by a vote of
71 to 8.
It carries $315,826,843, or $45,857,-
583 more than the total as the meas
ure passed the House.
Subjects that are Engrossing Entire
Attention of People in the
- Recently Flooded Sections
(Associated Press)
. Asheville, July 22. Relief and re
pair work is occupying the attention
of the people in the districts hit by the
floods. Food and clothing, are being
distributed to the needy. Some rail railroads
roads railroads expect to resume their train
service in a few days. .; ; ,"
Two children were drowned Mon
day when a freshet washed their home
away near Hickory, according to a re report
port report from that, place. The death list
is now between eighty and ninety."
FIRST 1916 BALE
OF GEORGIA COTTON
(Associated Press)
Savannah, July 22. The first bale
of Georgia cotton for the 1916 crop
was shipped here from Thomasville
today. It will be auctioned Monday.
The cotton was grown near Pelham.

AV

STAR VOTIWG

rms coupon is good for five
VOTES IN LIBRARY CONTEST CONTEST-VOTED
VOTED CONTEST-VOTED FOR

Cut out, fill ia name of church lodse, schcol or other organrHrn
you wish to vote for, and deposit in ballot box at THE COURf
PHARMACY ri ;
The official judges of the contest are Messrs. Geoge Pasteur, Her Herbert
bert Herbert Lattner and Ed. C. Bennett. r

TO TRY TO

IITERCEPT
Press)
Controller's Quiet Statement is Very
Different from the Anarchistic
Sentiments Attributed to
Catts
(Tallahassee Record)
Tallahassee, July 22. W. V. Knott
was shown an interview with Sidney
J, Catts iin the Pensacola Evening
News, ia which Mr. Catts is reported
as saying: "I am and will remain the
nominee "and candidate, but by the
vote of the people, my friends, I will
be governor ; of Florida j in January.
Enough said."
Court Didn't Elect Drew
Mr. Knott said: "The supreme court
did not elect Geo. F. Drew governor in
1876, but it did protect the people of
Florida fn their choice. If a republi republican
can republican supreme court in reconstruction
days was honest enough to give the
democratic candidate his rights, the
people may trust a democratic court
in 1916, all Floridians by birth or
long years residence, to do equal and
impartial justice between democratic
candidates and their supporters.
"I am contending through the only
competent channel, the courts, for
what I believe are legally and morally
my rights. If I am not the nominee
of the democratic party, and cannot
legally show that I am, then I will
heartily support the nominee of that
party. I have always been a demo
crat and have never' scratched i
ticket!
Points to Errors
"In common with every right mind
ed and informed citizen, I have now
and have always had the utmost re
spect for the supreme court of Flor
ida and its decisions. That errors
have occurred in the count of the
votes has been plainly shown by the
several recounts already made under
the orders of the courts of Florida and
when these recounts are completed I
confidently believe it will be shown
that I received more, first and second
choice votes than any other candidate
for governor at the recent primary
and am in truth and fact the demo democratic
cratic democratic nominee." v
:. ; I
SUMMERFIELD'S
NEW ENTERPRISE
Work on the ginnery and corn mill
w progressing rapidly. Some of the
machinery has already arrived. Sum Sum-merfield
merfield Sum-merfield Chronicle.
The pride of our store is our
PRESCRIPTION service. None but
purest drugs used and no substitution
permitted. The Court Pharmacy, tf

KIIOIT lit SUPPORT
THE KNDMINEE

COUPON

I -aw mm am m m m U U II VSjf biSir

Teutons Holding Firm on All
. Fronts Today

IIALIAIIS AIID RUS
SIAIIS HADE

ARMENIA

(Associated
London, July 22. A heavy German
bombardment of British lines on, the
Somme front is reported by the war
office. Gas shells and projectiles con containing
taining containing eye irritants are being used.
VIOLENT CANON ADE AT VER-
DUN
The Fernch statement recorded the
repulse of a strong German attack
northwest of St. Die in the Vosges.
There has been a violent bombardment
of a portion of the Verdun front.
GERMANS REPULSED
In the salient of the Leipsic redoubt
the Germans entered the lines held by
General Haig's forces, but were
ejected subsequently.
BRITISH LOST HEAVILY
North of LaBassee an attack Wed Wednesday,
nesday, Wednesday, by the British in the region of
Fromelies resulted disastrously for
them, Berlin says, the Britishers los
ing more than 2,000 men killed axd
nearly 500 men made prisoners.
FLOODS HAMPER RUSSIANS
Floods on the Dniester river pre
venting any advance further into Gal-
icia from the south and east for the
time being, the Russians are driving
in the Austro-Germans toward the
northern Galician border below Vladimir-Volhynia.
Both Berlin and Vien
na admit the retirement of part of
General von Linsin gen's forces from
the region of the confluence of the
Styr and Lipa rivers to Berestechk,
north of Brody.
ADVANCE IN ARMENIA
In addition to capturing Guinusk-
haneh, forty miles northwest of Bai-
burt, the Russian armie3 in Turkish
Armenia are advancing in other sec
tors.
ITALIANS MADE GAINS
Rome reports the capture of fur
ther trenches on Monte Malo.
ADMINISTRATION WANTS
BLACK LIST TAKEN OFF
British Ambassador Discussed the
Matter with Acting Secretary
of State Polk
(Associated Press)
Washington, July. 22. The British
ambassador and Acting Secretary of
State Polk today discussed the British
black list of firms under the trading
with the enemy act. No announce announcement
ment announcement was made after their talk. Ad Administration
ministration Administration officials are considering
steps to meet the situation.
SILLY BEPORT IN CIRCULATION
Belgium to be Ransomed by the Unit
ed States at the Cost of
of Eight Billions
(Associated Press)
Amsterdam, July 22 Posters have
een pasted on the, wall of the bar
racks at Ghent stating negotiations
have been opened between the United
States and Germany for the 'evacua
tion of Belgium, according to the
Echo Beige. According to the posters
Germany is prepared to withdraw on
the payment of forty billion marks,
($8,000,000,000) indemnity.
ADVERTISE IN THE STAR.

GAMS III THE MM ID

Press)
FAIITIIE PARALYSIS
0!i THE INCREASE
Thirty-Nine New York Children IU
Victims in the Last Twenty-
Four Hours
(Associated Press)
New York, July 22. There have
been more, death3 from infantile par paralysis
alysis paralysis here during the last twenty twenty-four
four twenty-four hours than any day since the epi epidemic
demic epidemic started.
Thirty-nine children have died since
10 o'clock yesterday morning and 135'
new cases are reported.
SIGHTED A GIANT SOB
Believed to be the G-3 of the United
States Navy, Taking a Trial Trip
in Long Island Sound
(Associated Press)
Bridgeport, Conn., July 22. The
keeper of the Stratford lighthouse re
ports sighting a large submarine
bound east. He says it was a larger
craft that the United States navy sub submarines.
marines. submarines. Commander Robinson, general man manager
ager manager of the Lake Torpedo Boat com company,
pany, company, says the United States submar
ine G-3, which came to the Lake yards
for repairs, left this morning for New
London.
PROGRESSIVES ARE PEEVED
New York Bull Meese Unwilling for
Hughes Name to Go on
Their Ticket
(Associated Press)
Syracuse, N. Y., July 22. Some of
the progressive' leaders here for the
state committee meeting threatened
to go to the courts if attempts are
made to place the name of Hughes or
republican presidential electors on the
progressive ballot in New York. The
indications, however, are that the com committee
mittee committee will endorse Hughes.
ATLANTA MAN HELD UP
Bold Bandit Took a Thousand Dollars
from'G. R. Black
(Associated Press)
Atlanta, July 22- A masked man
held up G. R. Black today and robbed
him of a thousand dollars, the pay
rool money of the Armour fertilizer
works at Brookwood, near here. The
robbery occurred shortly after noon
on the Peach tree road. Black's auto automobile
mobile automobile was disabled and the robber
escaped in another car with three
other men.
If Messrs. Robert Marsh and Ed Edward
ward Edward Connor will show themselves at
the store of S. Demetre and demand a
bottle of coca-cola, in the name of the
Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works, af affirming
firming affirming that they saw this notice in
the Star, they will be rewarded.



TWO

OCALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1916
FL0VERS TELL OWN STORY

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in winter and the heat in summer
because it is a nonconductor prac practically
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antee guarantee the wearing qualities to you. Come
in and tell us your building plans. We
can help you to save money and time and
avoid waste.
Our Customers Always Become
Business Friends

CYPRESS LUMBER -IN STOCK
DAVID WELCH
PHONE 223 -' Ocala, Florida

We offer for sale at sacrifice the following second hand automo automobiles:
biles: automobiles: 1 OVERLAND TOURING CAR ......$150.00
, 1 CADILLAC TOURING CAR $150.00
1 CHALMERS TOURING CAR $150.00
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.

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v Tickets Now on Sale, and Stateroom Berth
Final Return Limit October 31st
CHARLESTON EXCURSIONS
Write for schedule- and further particulars.
H. G. WENZEL, Florida Passenger Agent
Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of lab crty St. Jacksonville, Florida.

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Have your dealer show you Bien Jolie Brassieres, if not stock stocked,
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Sto Leo College
Saint Leo, PasccTCounty, Florida .:
Five Miles West of Dade City and On Mile East of .San -Antonio
BOARDING SCHOOL for BOYS and YOUNG
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FALL TEhffl OPENS WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 1 3, 1916

Japanese Art Enables One Readily to
Understand the Significance of
Their Arrangement.
In the Flowery Kingdom they work
wonders with their flowers. They
make calendars of them. They tell
stories with them. They symbolize
aeroplanes, dainty women, and every everything
thing everything else by means of floral units,
which we in America would use merely
for a bouquet. The folklore and
mythology of Japan are often vividly
expressed in flower arrangement.
In arranging flowers the Japanese
try to place them in the same posi position
tion position that they would naturally take.
An American would put a bunch of
cherry blossoms into a vase, upright;
a Japanese would place the branch in
a horizontal position, such as they
occupy in growing.
The Japanese idea of flower ar arrangement
rangement arrangement is that one perfect Indi Individual
vidual Individual flower, together with leaves and
stem, is more beautiful than masses
of them bunched together.
By using special containers and
supports, the Japanese make flowers
last twice as long as we do. In ar arranging
ranging arranging flowers in a receptacle they
trim the leaves from the stalks be below"
low" below" the water, and for a short dis distance
tance distance above. This gives the flower
the appearance of growing. By tak taking
ing taking a piece of bamboo, the Japanese

will conventionally place flowers in
it in such a way as to reproduce a
ship in a calm or in a storm.
The Japanese do not like tho rose
and the lily. Flowers that have
thorns are cruel and those whose pet petals
als petals ; drop off symbolize inconstancy.
The cherry, wistaria, magnolia, azalea,
peony, camellia, peach, plum, maple,
pine, chrysanthemum, iris, lotus and
morning glory find more popular favor.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

THE more bank deposits a community has the more prosperous will.be both
the individual citizens and the community as a whole. The bank, and
its depositors, co-operating, can bring about gratifying results in the form of
more business.
W invite your account, large or small, and if you need to borrow money
we are glad to let you have it on a conservative bank basis.
The Ocala. National -.Bank
Member Federal Reserve Banic, Atlanta
OCALA FLORIDA

ANNUAL BARBECUE AT OXFORD

The annual barbecue will be held at
Oxford this year on the fifth day of

August. The picnic will be better,
bigger and in every way more attrac attractive
tive attractive than ever before. We want every everybody
body everybody to come and spend the day with
us and have the best day of all their

lives. A huge dinner will be served,

and refreshments of all kinds will be

on tap ready for those who are with
us. .

PICNIC AT OAK GROVE

There will be a picnic at Oak Grove,

three miles east of Morriston Satur

day, July 29th. Everybody come and

bring full baskets. Baseball game and
various other amusements in the afternoon.

Rules and Regulations Governing

Ocala's Free Library
The rules committee of the public

library have adopted the following
rules to govern the institution as soon
as it is formally opened. The various
committees are hard 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

dren under 18 must obtain signature

of parent or guardian. wji'-w-'-

Temporary Residents : A tempor temporary
ary temporary resident may obtain a borrower's

card by filling out application blank,
making a temporary deposit to the

value of the book and payine two

cents a day.

Borrower's Card: 'Each person en

titled to draw books from the library

will be given a 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 volumes
umes volumes 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. All
borrowers -who fail to pay for loss or
damage to books, or their fines, will
be debarred from the use of the li li-brary.
brary. li-brary.
' Hours: Library will be open from
8 to 10 a. m.; 4 to 6 p. m. and 7 to 9
p. m., on week days only.

A. C L. SCHEDULE

Trains of the Atlantic Coast Line

Will arrive and depart in Ocala at the
following times:
No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, 2:18-2:25 a. m.
No. 38, St. Peter sDurg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 2:25 a. n.
No. 10, Leesburg to Jacksonville,
5:40 a. m.
No. ? 51, Ocala to Wilcox, Monday,
Wedaesday and Friday, 6:10 a. m.,
No. 35, Ocala to Lakeland (Sunny (Sunny-jim)
jim) (Sunny-jim) Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 6:40 a. m.

No. 141, Wilcox, Gainesville and
Palatka to Ocala, 11:15 a. m.
No. 40, St. Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 12:54-1:14 p. m.
No. 48, Homosaesa to Ocala, 1:05
p. m.
No. 49, Ocala to Bomosassa, 2:25
p. zn. .-'
No. 39, Jacksonville' to St. Peters
burg, 2:36-2:40 p. m.
No. 140, Ocala to' Palatka, Gaines

ville and' Wilcox, 4:10 p. m.

No. 9, Jacksonville to Leesburg,

9:05 p. m.

No. 150, Wilcox to Ocala, Monday,

Wednesday and Friday, 5:45 p. m.

No. 32, Lakeland to Ocala (Sunny-

jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 9:60 p. nu

Stationery and
The Book Shop.

office

supplies at

3t.

W. F. BALLINGER

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

MEADOWS
AUTO REPAIR SHOP
FOR ANYTHING AND
EVERYTHING

Automobile Repairing
410 N. Orange St Ocala. FU.

SEABOARD LOCAL SCHEDULE

Southbound

No. 9 Leaves Jacksonville 1:35 p.

A & MM

m.; ucala 4:30 p. m.; amves lampa

:50 p. m.
No. 1 Leaves Jacksonville 9:30 p.

m.; ucala ?i.4t a. m.; amves re-

tersburg 10 a. m.

No. 3 Leaves Jacksonville :l& a.

m.; Ocala 12:40 p. m.; arrives St, Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg 8:05 p. m.

Northbound
No. 10- Leaves Tampa 1 p. m.;

Ocala 4:12 p. m.: arrives Jacksonville

7:15 p. m.

No. 2 Leaves St, Petersburg 4:30

p. m.; Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrives Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville 6:45 a. m.

No. 4 Leaves Tampa 9 a.m.; Ocala
1 p. m.; arives Jacksonville 5:25 p. m.

STANDLNS COMAirTTEES

OF 1 HE CITY COUNCIL

Finance D. W. Tompkins, chair chairman;
man; chairman; G. A. Nash, W. A. Knight,
Cemetery J. T. Moore, chairman;
D. E. Mclver, H. A. Weathers.
' Judiciary -J. M. Meffert, chairman;
J. J. Gerig, D. E. Mclver.
Street D. E. Mclver, chairman; D.
W. Tompkins, W. A. Knight,
Fire J. J. Geri, chairman; J M.
Meffert, G. A.. Nash.
Police W. A. Knight, chairman; G.
A. Nash, H. M. Weathers.
Market H. M. Weathers, chair chairman;
man; chairman; J. M. Meffert, J. J. Gerig.
Sanitary H. A. Fausett, chairman;
D. W. Tompkins, J. T. Moore.
Light and Water G. A. Nash,
chairman; D. W. Tompkins, J. M. Mef Meffert,
fert, Meffert, Building H. M. Weathers, chair chairman:
man: chairman: H. A. Fausett, D. E. Mclver.

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
verv severe, and everyone should go

prepared for them Obtainable every

A harmless liquid, applied with a spray pump, enters every crack
and crevice, sterilizes and eliminates all insect life and germs. Has
a wholesome odor and spreads comfort, health and happiness in ev every
ery every home.
Will not injure the daintiest fabric. Poultry eating insects killed
with FENOLE will not be injured. Use it every where in the house
in the yard, in the chicken coop, in the garage, in the sink and in the
garbage cans. For sale in Ocala by Marion Hardware Co., OUie Mor Mor-dis,
dis, Mor-dis, Court Pharmacy, Tydings Drug Co., Smith Grocery Co.," Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.
.FENOLE CHEMICAL COMPANY
1546 Franklin St, TAMPA Phone 3625

See Our

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WE HAVE A SUPERB LINE OF TOILET REQUIREMENTS
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WHEN DESIRING PRESENTS FOR OTHERS, OR ARTICLES
FOR YOUR OWN USE, COME, SEIE WHAT WE HAVE TO OF OFFER
FER OFFER YOU.
WHEN IT COMES FROM US IT IS RIGHT.
WE MAKE "QUALITY" RIGHT; THEN THE PRICE RIGHT.
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The Reliable Jeweler

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OCALA EVENING STAR SATURDAY, JULY 22, ItH

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TOST as the Klaxon warns PEDESTRIANS, we

would warn MOTORISTS.
We would say and as emphatically as the Klaxon

says it-"LOOK OUT."
Look' out for horns that LOOK like Klaxons but
are NOT Klaxons.
The only way to be sure you are getting a genuine
Klaxon with the famous Klaxon note and the Klaxon
guarantee of PERMANENT satisfaction is to find the
Klaxon name-plate:

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E know auto horns. We have to. It's our
business.

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"the only sign of a perfect signal."

We know the stuff that goes into them; and the
sound that comes out
We know why the Klaxon is the most widely used
auto horn in the world.
Because it is MADE right Because it always
WORKS. Because it is always HEARD. Because
it LASTS FOREVER
There is no signal that can compare with it in
warning-power, carrying -power and dependability.
Once let us put one on your car and you will never
drive without it It's the modern means of safe and
satisfactory motoring.

FOR SALE BY

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EDWARD TUCKER, Proprietor

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FOUR
OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, JULY 22. 1916

OCALA EVENING STAR
fy.. ,-. .. PUBLISHED EVERT DAT EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R. R. Carroll, General Haaaser Port V. Leavengood, Boalneaa Manager
J. IL Ilea jam In, Editor
Entered et Ocala, Fla., post office as second class matter.
PHONE 51
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
(Domestic) (Foreign)
One year, in advance .$5.00 v One year, In advance J8.00
61x months. In advance ........ 2.50 Six month, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance 1.25 Three months, in advance 2.25
One month, in advance..-. 50 One month, in advance 80

If Catts becomes governor, he will
probably appoint some judges he can
depend on.
The live little Summerfield Chron Chronicle
icle Chronicle is five years old, and if we are
here in 1961 we hope to see it fifty.
If you take your stand at the Court
Pharmacy corner, you can see every everybody
body everybody in Ocala if you stand there long
enough.
Willis B. Powell writes back from
Illinois that brick and cement roads

are the only sort that give satisfac
tion up that way.

According to the testimony of her

officers and men, the collier Hector
was not fit to be at sea in rough
weather. Highly efficient navy depart

ment.

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.

The Columbia State wonders what

became of the members of the Ford
peace party who have not returned
from Europe. Perhaps hey have been
put in the insane asylums over there.

The agitation for state division goes
merrily onward. More and more the
common sense of the idea is becoming
apparent. Just a little more public
opinion on the subject and it is as

good as done. Miami Herald.
Comnion sense ideas are some times
the slowest to spread.

There are grounds for believing
that the principal reason why the
Germans abandoned their submarine
campaign a few months ago was that
the British had captured or sunk most
of their undersea boats. It is report reported
ed reported that they have built a new fleet
by this time, and will resume the

campaign in a few days.

The Augusta Chronicle is making a
fight to have one of the proposed gov government
ernment government nitrate plants located on the
Savannah river pear its home city.
Seems to the Star like it would be a
first class! location. The Savannah
river has plenty of water power,
available all the year, and Augusta is
in from half a day to day by rail from
all the principal South Atlantic ports.
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' The Tallahassee Record has Duval
1 county politics pretty well sized up
when it says: "It's a real good joke
for the democratic executive commit committee
tee committee of Duval county to be talking
about the fairness of an election If
by accident a fair count should ever
be held down there the political popu population
lation population would mourn the rest of their
lives, and declare they didn't intend to
do it."

The Star regrets the dispute bet-wen
the umpire and the members of
the Williston baseball team on the
recent visit of the latter to this city.
Ocala likes the Williston boys and is
glad to have them come over. At the
same time, we have known J. J. Gerig
too long, and know him to rule too
many times against the home team, to
doubt the justice of his decisions. He
may make mistakes sometimes, but
we do not believe he would do anyone
an intentional injustice.

Possibly the law was vindicated by

the Orpet verdict, but that fact is a
most convincing argument for the en enforcement
forcement enforcement of the unwritten law. In
this- case there can be no doubt that a
worse crime than murder was commit committed
ted committed but the law is satisfied to wash the
criminal whiter than snow because he
did not commit the lesser crime of
taking life after making death the
only refuge from shame. -Times-Union.
Unwritten law is seldom unjust.

on one side as another, and unless
there has been fraud on the part of

Catts' supporters, is as likely to in
crease his plurality as reduce it.

On the other hand, Knott says he

only wants his rights, and that if
Catts has a plurality he will support
him. A strong proof of the difference

in the character of the two men.

It isn't everybody who can boast of
being an international character big
enough to be included in the black list
of the British government, because

of "trading with the enemy." Ocala
has such a man in the person of one

Charles Cullen, and he seems puzzled

to know just why he has ben singled
out for this distinction. Lakeland
Telegram.
" Mr. Cullen is not in the least puz puzzled
zled puzzled about the matter. Fourteen years
ago, when Germany and Great Britain
were the best of friends, Mr. Cullen,
became the American representative
of a German firm that deals in phos phosphate,
phate, phosphate, and from that time until the
war broke out was busy shipping it
the valuable mineral. When the war
broke out, the German firm informed
Mr. Cullen that it made no difference
as far as their business relations were

concerned, and that it would rely on

him to again ship it phosphate as
soon as the conflict was over. Mr.

Cullen, though an American citizen
now, is an Englishman by birth, and
the Star, which has seen him most

every day, has plenty of reason to be believe
lieve believe that he fully sympathizes with
his native country in the war. At the

same time he, like many other Eng

lishmen, is devoid of rancorous bit bitterness
terness bitterness toward Germany. This feel feeling
ing feeling seems to be fully reciprocated by

the German firm, which while loyal

to its own nation does not seem dis

posed to let such loyalty cost it the
services of a trusted friend. Such a

spirit makes an American feel sorry

that the affairs of the world are not

guided more by business men than by

"statesmen" and soldiers, who do not

seem to think there is anything to a

country unless it has a cannon-studded
wall around it.

SUFFER

Too Little Wood and Other Neces Neces-'
' Neces-' saries and Too Much
Red Tape

FLORIDA

(Special Correspondence of the Star)
Black Point, July 20. The First

Battalion went out on the rifle range
this morning, only about 50 per centj
of the men qualifying, some falling
out at 200 yards, but the majority;
falling down at 300 yards. The Sec-!
ond Battalion was in the pits, pulling'
and mafrking. ;
Things have gotten into a most de-1
plorable condition here. Co. A return-

ed to camp at 12 o'clock, all with good
appetites and nothing to eat; not even
a fire in the stove. Have been crying
for wood for three days and borrow borrowing
ing borrowing from other companies in order to
get the boys their meals. There is
no wood in Co. A's cook tent yet.
One company was kind enough to let
us have wood enough to get dinner.
We can drill without money but not
without food.
The boys have also been compelled
to buy their own soap. There is not
a sufficient amount of water in the
bath house for bathing and washing.
As a result orders have been issued
to take your washing to.the river. It
may be a good thing for the men that
they have only one uniform, as they
can go to the river and. wash their
clothes without having to pull them
off and then hang them on the "firing
line" to dry.
Canteen checks have been put in
use here, but like everything else
ther is too much "red tape." Checks
are. only issued from 10 to 11 a. m.
and 4 to 5 p. m. We don't get off drill
until 11 a. m. and in the afternoon at

4:30. We have thirty minutes for 'House, Representative Frank Clark of
several hundred men to get an order! Florida, chairman of the committee on
from the commanding officer and then public buildings, denied published
sign their names several times before charges that the omnibus buildings
tbe checks are issued. Ther is some-! bill was a "gigantic pork graft."

CAPITAL and SURPLUS

We solicit new business with a view
of making it mutually profitable.

thousand dollars for any one calen calendar
dar calendar year for a period of (5) five years,
to-wit: the years of 1917 to 1921 in inclusive.
clusive. inclusive. This latter condition does not
contemplate the exemption from taxa taxation
tion taxation of any improvements that we, our
successors or assigns, may put on the
said lot or lots, or any part thereof,
but it is understood that the city re reserves
serves reserves the right. to levy taxes on any
such improvements on an equalization
basis with other city assessments."
It should be noted that Councilman
H. M. Weathers, being connected with
the Masters company, did not vote
when the proposition was accepted by
council.

CLARK DEFENDED
HIS COMMITTEE

Showed Where Its Attempt to Econ Economize
omize Economize had Been Set Aside by
the Treasury Department
Washington, July 22. Rising to a
question of personal privilege in the

thing wrong.

WILL BE SENT OUT NEXT WEEK

The information that has been pre-

He criticised the office of the super supervising
vising supervising architect of the treasury, which
the bill would abolish, and charged
that office merely guesed at the cost
of public buildings.
He contended that for years the

hnrA will k0 t ,n. treasury department has not only ex

naustea original appropriations for

county precincts just as soon as it is
printed, and can be mailed. This will
probably be Monday or Tuesday. The
information, compiled by the commit committee
tee committee composed of W. D. Carn, David S.
Welch and E. M. Osborne, will be
printed in the newspapers, and will be
got out in convenient pamphlet form.
It is believed that the figures com compiled
piled compiled will convince those who fear
an increase in taxes; that the bond

public buildings, but had applied to
subsequent congresses, as a practice,
for increases of maximum limits of
cost. He read to the House a list of
cities and towns where the committee
had allowed less than the treasury de department
partment department estimated for.

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CHARLES SCHNEIDER FOR
RAILROAD COMMISSIONER

The sort of a man that Catts is, is
shown by his remark, to the effect

; that "I am and will remain the nomi

nee of the democratic primary. It is

possible that Knott will be the court's
nominee and candidate, but by the
. vote of the people, my friends, I will
be the' governor of Florida in January.

Enough said." t"

The statement shows that Catts is
either an ignoramus or an anarchist,
or some of both. If he really thinks

the courts can or will nominate Knott,
he is an ignoramus; if he means that

the courts have no right to order a

recount of the votes, he is an anarch anarchist.
ist. anarchist. No sensible man can see any
reason why disputed ballots shouldn't
be recounted. Such things have often
been done in all states, and almost al always
ways always resulted in proof of fraud. No
honest man would object to a recount.
A recount is as likely to show errors

Rev. F. B. Johns returned Tuesday
and Mrs. R. S. Johns Wednesday from
Inverness; where they had been at the
bedside of Mrs. R. V. Turner, a daugh daughter
ter daughter of Mr. Johns, and her baby. Both

had been very ill but are now improv

ing. Two physicians could not help

tbe little one, who was constantly

growing worse, when Mr. Johns pro proposed
posed proposed to call in "Dr. Lord." He and
another minister instituted a prayer
meeting at the Turner home, asking
the Lord's mercy on the child, and

their prayers were answered, for im

provement began forthwith. Mr3. F.
B. Johns, who has been with 'er
daughter for some time, will return
home Sunday. Starke Telegraph.

As almost every sick child is sin

cerely prayed for, the foregoing is
likely to start a string of questions

that would puzzle a theologian to an answer,
swer, answer, f ''

We beg leave to gently remind our
friend, Hugh Sparkman, of the Day Day-tona
tona Day-tona Journal, that any one of the
Tenth troopers who fought at Car-

rizal has suffered more for his coun

try than he, Hugh, has. In view of
that, Hugh might let the misdeeds of
a part of the said regiment, commit commit-teed
teed commit-teed eighteen years ago, by men who
are not likely now to be in the service,

be forgotten. White men, white na nations,
tions, nations, white regiments, have always

been allowed : to redeem v themselves,

Black men might be allowed the same

privilege.

issue will not increase taxes, but will,'
cn the contrary, permit a reduction of' 0cala Man Selected by Florida Social-

the millage. The question of taxes
has been considered the main obstacle

in the way of a bond issue in this

county. With this out of the way, and
with other obstacles brushed aside by
the proposed method of handling the,

issue, it is believed that at the con convention
vention convention here on August 7 the county

will express itself in favor of bonds

for. permanent highways.

The precinct meetings and the con

vention will not commit anyone to vote
for the proposed bond issue. These
meetings are simply for the purpose

of getting at the sentiment of the

county with regard to an issue for
permanent roads. Then, if the sen sentiment
timent sentiment is favorable, the county com commissioners
missioners commissioners will call an election, and

select a first class engineer to prepare
specifications for the proposed roads.

With these specifications prepared,
bids will be called for, and the con

tracts for the construction of the

roads let, the contracts to be binding

only in the event that the people vote

for them. The people will be able to

read the contracts, see just how the

bond money is to be spent, and then
voe "yes" or "no".

ists for an Important State
Office

MR. WEATHERS DID NOT VOTE

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 carefully
fully carefully compounded and prompt deliv deliver
er deliver made. Phone 30.

The proposition of the H. ,B. Mas

ter's company, made to, and accepted,
by, the city council, with regard to the

union station, reduced to writing by

B. A. Weathers, vice-president of the
company, is as follows:
"The Honorable City Council,

"Gentlemen: Regarding the seven
hundred dollars deficiency on the part
of the Atlantic Coast Line Railway
that seems necessary to accomplish

the removal of the union passenger
station of this city to our warehouse

lot, (usually known, or referred to, as
the Master's warehouse property) we
hereby offer to pay that amount to
the city of Ocala or to whomever you

may direct so soon as titles pass be

tween our company and the railroad

or railroads and payment is made to
us by the said road or roads of the

exchange price of ($20,000) twenty

thousand dollars, as has been agreed

on with them and upon the further

condition that your honorable body

take such legal action as may be nec

essary to guarantee us, our success

ors or assigns, that the lot or lots that
we acquire from the railroads in said

exchange shall not be assessed for city

taxes at more than ($3000) three

(Jacksonville Metropolis)
C. C. 'Allen, of St. Petersburg, has
been selected by the socialist party
as candidate for governor, and other
candidates have been named. Admer
D. Miller of Ruskin, has been selected
for attorney-general; Angelo Leto, of
Tampa, comptroller; Carl L. Harter,
Ruskin, treasurer; Joseph L. Granger,
Tampa, justice supreme court; Chas.
F. Schneider, Ocala, railroad commis commissioner.
sioner. commissioner. For presidential electors:
Fred A. Coles, Lake Worth; Frank W.
Cotton, Green Cove Springs; Henry
Dalloz, Jacksonville Franklin Pimb Pimb-ley,
ley, Pimb-ley, Tampa; J. H. Lastinger, Fort Og Og-den.
den. Og-den. Other candidates selected are: Con Congress,
gress, Congress, first .district, Frank Sullivan,
Ruskin; fourth district, A. N. Jack Jackson,
son, Jackson, Jacksonville; United States Sen Senate,
ate, Senate, R. L. Goodwin, Fort Pierce.
At the recent convention of the

party it was decided to conduct an ag aggressive
gressive aggressive campaign for state offices
and also to put the national candi candidates
dates candidates on the state ticket. For presi president
dent president the socialist candidate is Allen

, Benson, and George R. Kirkpatrick

is candidate for vice president.

The state executive committee is

composed of L. C. Baldwin, Henry

Dalloz and A. N. Jackson, of Jackson Jacksonville;
ville; Jacksonville; E. Madison and C. A. LeHardy,

Palatka. George White, Jacksonville,
is state secretary.

A TTENTION, VOTERS

OF MARTEL PRECINCT

THE

Will continue until further notice, and
we are receiving new goods every dayN
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.

Why Pay More ?
Ocala Florida

& (TRADE MARK REGISTERED 3

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OSLIME

FOR

LAWN

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"Phoslime carries a large percentage of moist-

ure, which has been repeatedly demonstrated in
nrantinal use to keen dreen and well nnnrisherl the

LAWNS on which it;was used."
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY f

X Prices F. O. B. Phoslime, Fla., In Bags

, CARLOAD
$9 Per Ton

LESSjTHAN CARLOAD
$10.00;Per Ton

f WRITETORIBOOKLET
FLORIDA SOFT PHOSPHATE & LIME CO. f
Box 462 Ocala, Florida
H. A. FAUSETT, Local Dealer

Ocala Steam Laundry

Palm Beach Suits washed with
IVORY CHIPS

All white registered voters of Mar Mar-tel
tel Mar-tel precinct are requested to meet at
the office of Clark-Ray-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.

LAUNCH FOR SALE

A 19-foot launch, six-horsepower
Gray engine in fairly good running
order, on Lake Weir. Apply to J. G.
Lege, Eastlake, or R. R. Carroll, Star

office. 7-22-6t-dly-ltw

Pressed on steam heated machine i

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Fresh seeds of all
Ocala Seed Store.

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"The Progressive Railway of the South'
STEEL PULLMANS, STEEL DAY COACHES, ELECTRIC LIGHTS
ELECTRIC FANS
For rates and information write or call on
JOHN ROISSEAU. C P. & T. A G. Z- PHILMPS A. G P A

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Ocala Coca-Cola
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HELP US TO SERVE YOU PROMPTLY
When the driver puts your ice in, don't ask him to come back for his
pay, but please have your COUPON or money ready and help him to pass
on promtply to your neighbors, who need their ice promptly.
r Whether in morning or afternoon if he is delayed at your house one
minute and so on at the next house he reaches the end of the street LATE
and our customers become annoyed at him, when he isn't to blame. Won't
you help us?

Ocala ice &
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The Hotel for Florida People
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FRESH HEATS, POULTRY,
FISH AND OYSTERS

kinds Fresh Vegetable
in Season
. OCALA, FLA

If You Have any News for this De Department,
partment, Department, Call Up Five-One

v Presbyterian Social
The regular monthly social of the
Ladies' Aid Society of the Presbyter Presbyterian
ian Presbyterian church will be held at the resi residence
dence residence of Mrs. W. W. Condon, Monday,
July 24th, from 4:30 to 6:30 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Z. C. Chambliss left
yesterday afternoon for Culloden, Ga.,
to meet Mr. Chambliss' sister, Mrs.
W. E. Zellner of Amarilla, Texas, who
will be at Culloden for a visit. Mr.
Chambliss will return Wednesday but
Mrs. Chambliss will remain .for ten
days.
Mr H. M. Hampton left yesterday
afternoon for Weaverville, N. C,
where he will spend a week with his
wife and children who are there for
the summer.
Dr. Henry and family of Oklawaha
were in the city yesterday.
Miss Tommie Standley is spending
a few da vs visiting Miss Ethel Hav-
craft at Dade City.
:
Mrs. Edward Drake and children,
Ted and Frances, left Friday afternoon
for Jacksonville, where they will
spend some time at Black Point with
Captain Drake of Co. A. Mrs. Drake
returned Thursday from Jacksonville,
where she had been for a week, divid
ing her time between the camp and
the home of her mother, Mrs. Bauk Bauk-night
night Bauk-night in the city, leaving little Charles
with her mother. Mrs. Drake and
children will very likely remain at the
camp until the regiment goes to the
border. The commissioned officers
have most comfortable quarters in
the new club building, where they
have accommodations1 for their fam
ilies while at Black Point.
Mr. and Mrs. I. V Stevens of Lake
land, who have been spending several
weeks here with relatives, left yester
day for home.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Packham left
this afternoon for Philadelphia, where
they will be for some time and will
later go to their summer home at
Cape May, N. J., to remain till Octo
ber.
a
The Star .is very glad to be able to
report that Master William Collier is
much better today.
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A jolly party from Eustis motored
into Ocala last night, en route to Hen-
dersonville, N. C, over the Dixie High
way. A stop here had not been con
templated, but : an accident to their
car compelled the party to spend the
night at the Harrington. They pro proceeded
ceeded proceeded on their way today. The mem
bers of the party are: Miss Lois Over-
street, Mr. Clayton Bishop and Mr.
Armsby of Eustis, Miss Pearl Long of
Tavares,x and Miss Clara Carlton of
) Fort Myers. They are traveling in
Mr. Armsby's big car. On reaching
Hendersonville a few days will be
spent there, and the young ladies of
the party then intend to spend the
rest of the summer at the Indian Cave
and Bat Cave camps, a part of the
time at each.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Leaven good
arrived in the city yesterday after
noon from Petersburg, Va., where
they have been for the past few
months. They went to Stanton this
afternoon to visit relatives over Sun
day. ,'
i
, Mr. and Afrs. J. M. Potter left this
afternoon for Fort Myers, where they
will make tHeir future home.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Walters,. Miss
Margaret Walters and Messrs. Holmes
Walters and Charles Simpson will
spend Sunday with friends in Orlando
.
Miss Shelton Souter of Sparr is
spending some time in Jacksonville,
the guest of Mrs. Alice Selph, at the
latter's home, 2X0 West Beaver street.
Times-Union.
Miss Isabel Davis of Ocala passed
through here last Tuesday on her way
to North Lake Weir to spend a few
days with Mrs. C. P. : Davis. Sum
merfield Chronicle.
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Miss Annie Lee Hood of Fellow
hisp, who has been visiting with Miss
Blanche Moody, returned home last
Wednesday. Summerfield Chronicle.
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rogers, accom
panied by Mrs. J. R. Dewey and Mrs.
L. N. Long, all of Ocala, were visitors
to our town last Tuesday afternoon.
Summerfield Chronicle.
Miss Gladys Martin of Ocala is the
attractive guest of Miss Lucile Kib Kib-ler.
ler. Kib-ler. Dunnellon Advocate.
Miss Elsa Schneider of Ocala is a
guest of Miss Louise Peek. Miss

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Seats Now on Sale at Court Pharmacy
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Schneider was a member of the
Starke high 'school faculty for several
years and has a host of friends 'who
are pleased to see her in Starke again.
During the past term Miss Schneider
was, a member of the faculty of the
high school at Arcadia. Starke Tele Telegraph.
graph. Telegraph. Mrs. Stanley James and baby left
for Yalaha Wednesday afternoon, af
ter a delightful visit with her sister,
Mrs. H. M. de Montmollin. Little Mar
garet Mary was one of the successful
contestants in the recent Baby
Show. Palatka News.
Miss Margaret Mcllvaine who visit visited
ed visited her sister, Mrs. H. M. de Mont
mollin', the fore part of the week re returned
turned returned to her home in Tavares, Wed Wednesday.
nesday. Wednesday. Miss Mcllvaine had been in
attendance at the Christian Endeav Endeavor
or Endeavor Convention in Atlanta last week.
Palatka News.
Mrs. F. L. MayoMiss Jennie Mayo
and Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Mayo of
Ocala spent last Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Mayo. Summerfield
Chronicle.
REMINISCENCE
'' Editor ;Star: Calling out the Na National
tional National Guard and witnessing the Ocala
Rifles preparing to leave home to an answer
swer answer the call of our country awakened
in mymemory times and scenes which
have been covered up by happenings
and experiences which have taken
place "within" the past fifty-five years.
But the barriers of the intervening
years having been rolled away, the
pictures of the days of 1861 are as
plain and vivid to my mental vision
as if they were of yesterday. It is im impossible
possible impossible for people who did not live, in
those; days and see and 'feel activities
and the spirit of the time to form any
proper or accurate conception of them.
Men; and women, young and old, all
moved by patriotic fire, kindled by the
lose of country, home and sacred
rights, and burning with intense heat,
were doing all withi ntheir power to
prepare to defend and maintain them.
Everybody endeavoring to find out
what he or shte could do, and when
something was found they went at it
with all of their hearts and strength.
There: were giants and giantesses in
those days no mollycoddles or. moth mothers
ers mothers of mollycoddles. Those were
Spartan mothers, and would have
spurned a son who, if physically able,
did not spring to arms. There was
no mother who said she "did not raise
her boy to be a soldier." Not that she
loved her son less than the mother of
today, but that she felt that a son
worthy to call her "mother" must be
a brave, patriotic and chivalric son. I
glory in the historic fact that the sons
who shamed their noble mothers by
refusing or hesitating to answer the
call to arms, were few and far be between.
tween. between. All men physically able, mar married
ried married or single, between the ages of
18 and 35, went at once to the service.
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Dieu et mon droit was the anchor of
their souls, and dulce et decorum est
pro patria mori was deeply and firmly
embedded in their hearts and they
proved it for four long years, through
many hardships, much suffering and
on numerous sanguinary battlefields.
From the spring of sixty-one to the
spring of sixty-five the courage and
determination of the men and the
women did not abate. As time went on
all physically able men between the
ages of 35 and 60 were called to
arms, though thousands between those
ages were already on the firing line,
not having waited for any other call
than that of their own hearts and
minds. In those days any man did not
go to the front who was physically
able, and was seen around home in
civilian clothes (unless he was known
to be of the army and only home or
furlough) lost caste and out noble and
patriotic women, married or single,
old or young, shunned him and declin declined
ed declined to associate with him. When I say
physically able, I do not mean that
they must measure up to what Uncle
Sam wants today. A corn on the toe,
a decayed tooth, under weight, under
heighth, a blemish of one eye or any
little things like these, did not count.
If they were otherwise sound and in
health, could carry a musket and load
and shoot it, we took him in, and nine
to one madea man of him. I recall
to mind 'now quite a few who went
into the service pale, thin, cadaver cadaverous
ous cadaverous looking fellows who in the course
of six mouths in the open air doing
army service and eating army rations,
looked like different persons. They
grew hale, strong and vigorous, de developing
veloping developing into such men as their home
life never would have produced and
they made Drave and dutiful soldiers.
But I have wandered far away from
what was in my mind to write when
I began this article. I intended to
write of the day and the scenes when
my company Edisto Rifles started
off to the war and of the first cannon
that I heard fired in my army exper experience,
ience, experience, but to do justice to these two
occurrences would make this article
entirely too lengthy, so I will defer
that until another time. Anyhow, as
this for a kind of prelude, it will make
the next article all the more intelli intelligible
gible intelligible and interesting especially to
those who can recall the spirit of the
days of sixty-one. Days that never
will be forgotten while history and
tradition have a place in the world.
. Laurie T. Izlar.
Take Rexail liver salts for that
ired, lazy feeling. Gerigs tf
Universal electric cooking utinsils
at The Book Shop. 2A-3.
GERIG'S NEWS STORE
One Door East of M. &. C. National
Bank
A COMPLETE LINE OF
MAGAZINES
The following Sunday papers are
always on sale:
N. Y. nerald, N. Y. Times, N. Y.
World, Atlanta Journal, Savannah
Morning News, Hearst's Sunday
American St. Louis Post Dispatch,
and Chicago Herald.
See the new cigar t&se where you
can get a good cigar.
My stock of cigarettes, smoking
and chewing tobacco is new, and of
good quality.
A fresh line of package candies
and chewing gum. -. r
Come in and look over a new lot
of 50 cent books.
A. E.GERIG

Held in the City

Itasto
MANY NEW BOOKS
FOR THE LIBRARY
Donations of books to the library
continue. Several very fine donations
have been made in the last few days.
Mrs. Ford Rogers has given 50 vol volumes
umes volumes of science and literature; Mr.
and Mrs. E. A. Polly have given 10
volumes of short story classic, and
Mrs. D. M. Smith has given seven
volumes of history and travel.
The. indexing of the library will re require
quire require something like 15,000 cards, ac according
cording according to an estimate made. The
opening of the library is not being
held back, however, by the work of in indexing.
dexing. indexing. All of the furniture is not
yet placed and, among other things,
the library has to be screened before
it can be opened.
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
s Methodist
Sunday school 9:30 a. m.
. Preaching 11 a. m.
"The Earth was Without Form and
Void."
Junior League 4:30 p. m.
Senior League 6:30 p. m.
Preaching 7:45 p. m.
"The Sum Total of the Golden
Rule."
All cordially invited, strangers, wel welcome.
come. welcome. J. M. Gross, Pastor.
East Broadway Church, Disciples -of
. Christ
Rev. Roy B. Bowers, Minister
Sunday school 9:30 a. m., C. E.
Winston, superintendent.
Preaching 11 a. m. y
Subject, "Evidences of a Divine
Providence."
Preaching 8 p. m. Subject continued.
The public -cordially invited.
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First Presbyterian
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.
L. M. Murray, superintendent.
Public worship at 11 a. xn. and 7:30
p. in., preaching by the pastor.
Prayer meeting on Wednesday at
7:45 p. m.
The public is cordially invited to
worship with us.
John R. Herndon, Pastor.
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Baptist
9:30 a. nu Sunday school, W. T.
Gary, superintendent.
11 a. mv Preaching by the pastor.
6:45 p. nuB.Y. P. U.
7:45 p. m. Evening service.
Everybody welcome.
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St. Philip's Church
; The service Sunday morning will be.
at 9 for the summer months. Daily t
at 6:30 a. m. R. D. B.
Christian Science Society
Services every Sunday at 11 a. mu
at Yonge's halL Everyone is wel welcome.
come. welcome. The society maintains a reading
room in this halL open on Tuesdays
and Fridays from 3 to 5 p. rcu, where
a welcome is extended to the public
and opportunity afforded visitors to
read and procure the Bible and au authorized
thorized authorized literature concerning Chris Christian
tian Christian Science.
W. K. LANE, M. D, -prysidan and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida- tf
We carry a full line of .Newport
bathing shoes. Gerig's. t

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OCALA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1916

MATCHMAKER

By ANNE RICHMOND.

. It was warm day in April and
old Botts was sitting just in front of
his shop door when along came a
dainty figure of a girl with a large
square package.
"I have some books to sell," she
said.
I The fact that she was shabby and
that the dark blue suit she wore was
almost as faded as his own served as
a tie of sympathy.
. So it was that he bought the books
without looking at them more than
jsuperflcially, and paid her what with
him was a maximum price 25 cents a
Tolume.
She was Miss Pansy Mead and her
address was the fifth floor back in a
lodging house in a little side street
near by.
Then, when Pansy had gone, he
looked at the books for when he
had paid $3.75 a sum which the
timid Pansy had seized with avidity.
The second-hand man knew that look
of eagerness, for often the wares he
bought were sold for the price of a
meal or a night's shelter.
The books seemed to be fairly new.
For this reason he determined to put

of some of the less attractive volumes
that were then occupying the place
of honor.
But when he looked closer at the
books he was more than amazed.

. missing. v
He waited for a few days, thinking
that perhaps the original owner would
return with the missing volumes, but
he waited in vain. Then, one day, he
climbed up to the little bare room at
the address she had given. He found
the girl surrounded by piles of half-

He explained to her what he sup

posed had been her, mistake and the

girl seemed not in the least surprised.

"I am sorry," she said, "and I

would like to give you back the

muuey yuu gavo uie, uui i am very
poor. Perhaps in a few weeks I shall

have more sewing to do and then I
will bring it around. The money I

raised on the books made it. possible
for me to make the first payment on

x ii im. T .vi.

Bcwiug uiaAsixiuo. iueu x was auie
to get this work to do. But they pay
so poorly; until I become expert it
means hardly enough' to pay the rent
and for my simple meals. The worst

of it is that I do not possess the miss

Ing volumes. They were given to me

this way and I had to sell them."
, "What was Old Botts to to do?

It was pleasant sitting out of doors,
and the second-hand man was musing,

over the fumes of his pipe. Then a
brisk, well-dressed man approached.

"I've got some books for sale. Ill let

you have them for a song. It's more
to have them out of the way than any

thing else that I am bringing them to

youi There are fifteen volumes. IH

let you have them for ten cents

apiece. I know that's cheap, but, to

teu you the truth, they won't be of

volumes. Here are the first and third

volumes of the rVicomte de Brage-

lonne," he continued.

The young man opened the suitcase

and took out the handsomely bound

books. Old Botts stared and interrupt-

M -1 '

"And there's the second volume of

'Monte CMstO- ha sulM. without

ooking 'at "the books. "And the odd-

numbered volumes of Grote's "History

of Greece' and

"How did you know?" asked the

younger man, amazement written all

over his face.

The old man led the way Inside his

little shop and pointed to the collec

tion of books he had placed there two
months ago.

So the matchmaking was begun.

How the second-hand man knew that
there was a little romance at issue

is hard to tell. For his life, spent

among old furniture and dilapidated

kitchen wares and dusty old books.

would hardly have given him any intu

ition in affairs of that sort.

He told the young man of the

pretty little girl who had brought the
heavy bundle to him and of his later
visit to her humble quarters.

"She said she would come around to

pay me for the books which I told

her would be of no use to me and I

know she will keep her word. But
now she need not. I will buy your

batch for twenty-five cents apiece.

They are all in good condition."

"Not if I know it you won't buy

them," said the young man. "Ill pay
you seventy-five cents for each of your

volumes if you say so. Where did
you say the girl was staying?"

In a minute more, the young man

was off, and it was not till two or

three hours later that he returned.

"I thought I would explain how it

happened' he said on his return.

"You see, Miss Mead and I were en engaged,
gaged, engaged, and It waa-all myfault that

we were separated. I went my way

and she went hers. I have been lucky
and she has had no end of misfor misfortune.
tune. misfortune. We had given the books to
each other as presents. It was a lit little
tle little whim of ours to give alternate vol volumes
umes volumes so that when we had a little
home of our own they would be com complete.
plete. complete. And she had to sell her books
to pay for that sewing machine and
I decided to sell mine Just because
1 couldn't bear the, sight of them any
more."
(Copyright, 1916, by the McClure Newspa Newspaper
per Newspaper Syndicate.)

LIST OF MAGAZINES
AT THE LIBRARY

Following is a list of magazines to

be read at the library when it is open:

Scientific American, Collier's, Sat

urday Evening Post, Country Gentle

man, Literary Digest, Review of Re

views, Popular Mechanics, The Out Outlook,
look, Outlook, Scribner's, Harper's, Century,

Bookman, St. Nicholas, juttle Folks,
American, Youths Companion, Ameri American
can American Boy, Woman's Home Companion,

Delineator, Ladies' World, Ladies'

Home Journal, Pictorial Review, Mod

ern Priscilla, The Musician, Garden
Magazine," McClure's, Everybody's,
National Geographical Magazine, Cur Current
rent Current Opinion, Physical Culture, Good
Housekeeping.
HAVING 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, y phone

893, Ocala, Fla. 6-9-16-tf
PLUMBING AND
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING
When vou have plumbing or elec

trical contracting let us furnish you
estimates. No job too large and none

to small. H. W. Tucker, tl

THE

MisfliieiS

Will continue until further notice, and
, i ......
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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Almost every man, woman and child
along the course of the St.' Johns river
are either personally acquainted with,
br have heard of Capt. J. P. Sharp, of
Jacksonville, who for more than six sixteen
teen sixteen years has been master of steam steamers
ers steamers and dredges for the U. S. Engi Engineering
neering Engineering Department. Captain Sharp
called at the Bettes' Pharmacy and in
an interesting conversation with Dr.
E. B. Elder, the Tanlac representa representative,
tive, representative, made the following statement:
"I suffered with chronic indigestion
and stomach trouble for five or six
years and found nothing that i would
help me until I was told about Tanlac.
I am now on my second bottle of the
medicine and feel like a different man.
"Before I began taking 'Tanlac, I
was always upset, nervous and out of
shape. I suffered a great deal with
biliousness and constipation, my ap appetite
petite appetite was poor and my meals hardly
ever agreed with me. I finally got so
nervous I actually dreaded to see
night come as I could not sleep. Gas
would form on my stomach, causing a
heavy, uncomfortable feeling with a
burning sensation. I was also troubled
a good bit with heartburn and was
often overcome with dizzy spells. I
lost a good ideal of strength and
wasn't myself at all.
"I became interested in Tanlac thru
several friends of mine who had been
benefited by the medicine. Since tak taking
ing taking Tanlac I actually feel like I have
been made all over again. I no longer
suffer with indigestion, my appetite is
good and I sleep well at night. Tan Tanlac
lac Tanlac has helped me more than any

thing else I have ever taken, but I am

going to continue to take it because I

am satisfied, that I will get even more
wonderful results. I expect to tell all
my friends about what it has done for

me."
Genuine Tanlac is sold in Ocala by
Gerig's Drug Store 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 out to any one interested.
R. R. Carroll, Maxwell distributor,
Ocala, Florida. d&wtf
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy
Every family without exception
should keep this preparations at hand
during the hot weather of the summer
months. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy is worth many
times its cost when needed and is al almost
most almost certain to 4 be needed before the
trammer is over. It has no superior
for the purposes for which it is in intended.
tended. intended. Buy it now. Obtainable ev everywhere.
erywhere. everywhere. Adv.
Pure drugs, prompt service and no
substitution in our PRESCRIPTION
department. Tell your physician to
leave yours with us. The Court
Pharmacy. tf

Tkemcnm

fid you ever stop to think how
much better it is to look ahead and
prepare than to look back and re regret?
gret? regret? R. W. Service.
The greatest truths are the i sim simplest;
plest; simplest; so are .the greatest men.
Shakespeare.

TABLE DELICACIES.
When a little cold farina or cream of
wheat Is left from breakfast mix it

witn nneiy cnoppea meat,
using half as much meat
as farina; and a beaten
egg, season with salt and
pepper and celery salt
and divide Into portions;
roll Into balls or cylin cylinders,
ders, cylinders, dip In egg and
crumbs and place in a

wire basket to fry. Serve garnished
with parsley or a clove, pressed in
the apple-shaped ones to represent the
blossom end of the apple.
pineapple Delight. Heap cooked
rice that has been seasoned with but butter,.
ter,. butter,. Bait and sugar on a platter and
surround with shredded pineapple;
over the rice and the pineapple put a
generous amount of sweetened
whipped cream.
Stuffed Apples. Wash and core
nice, red apples and color until tender
in a thin sirup of sugar and water;
then carefully remove the skin, leav leaving
ing leaving the beautiful red color on the
cheek cf the apple, fill with chopped
pineapple and almonds and serve with
whipped cream. This is a most at attractive
tractive attractive dish to set before an invalid.
When you have a little lemon jelly
left from a dessert heap a spoonful
on lettuce with a shredded pepper
(the canned red ones), and serve, with
a boiled or a mayonnaise dressing,
making a dainty, delicious salad, s
Spaghetti With: Hamburg. Cook
spaghetti in boiling, salted water, un until
til until tender; drain and add a pound of
hamburg steak that has heen seasoned
with onions; season with salt and pep pepper,
per, pepper, and pour over a can of highly
seasoned tomatoes that have been well
heated. Put into a casserole and bake
one hour.
Deviled Kidneys. Take eight
lamb's kidneys, split and put but butter
ter butter in each hollow; mix a teaspoon teaspoon-ful
ful teaspoon-ful of prepared mustard, cne cf minced
parsley, one-half a teaspoonful of beef
extract, and salt and pepper to taste.
Spread the mixture on the kidneys
with cracker crumbs and put into the
oven to bake. Baste often and cook
20 minutes.

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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. i 19-4t

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IN OUTSKIRTS OF TRIPOLI CITY

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a myriad of caravans of the past

bleach alone the desert trails, cara

vans that mostly came to harm at the

hands of marauders; J but there are

some among them destroyed by thirst,
by the sand storm or by the water of

wells poisoned in inter-tribal wars.

Of all three risky Tripolitan trades,
the caravan trade is the most risky;

and the old. caravan men will find lit little
tle little in the newer industry of war for
which their peace-time labors have.

not fully prepared them.

IRIPOLI, the highly-inflammable

land of Arab and Berber, has
exchanged its peace-time in in-rinfltrles
rinfltrles in-rinfltrles for the industry of

war, and according to a statement pre prepared
pared prepared by the National Geographic so society,
ciety, society, the newer industry adds little
to the normal, hazard of Tripolitan
life.
Danger is the daily bread and meat
of the dweller in Tripoli, and, in this
country, flecked with occasional oases
and fringed with narrow strips of
rnaHtftl veeetation. even the principal

native pursuits for wealth and hap- HELD ACT WAS JUSTIflEQ

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ror and grave risk. The principal
sources of income to Tripolitans are
those of sponge gathering, of esparto
picking and of carrying on the trans trans-saharan
saharan trans-saharan caravan trade.
Whether the native son seeks to
make his "pile? searching the slimy
bottom of the Mediterranean for
sponges, or gathering esparto grass in
the morning mists of the desert, or fol following
lowing following the caravan of a thousand cam camels
els camels back from the coast through 1,500
miles of Saharan desert to the distant
Sudan, he takes not only his labor
and pa nital for nroflt but also his

health and life. More often than not
he reaps disability v or' death as his
reward.
Perils' of Sponge Gatherers,
.The wild seas that now and again
boil over the northern coast of Africa
are the smallest part of the sponge
diver's hazard. Paralysis Is always
Just ahead of this venturesome laborer
who, day by day making ifoolhardy
rapid ascents from the sea bed under
press "of keen competition, sooner or
later experiences the return to ship shipboard
board shipboard in terrifla dizziness, which forms

the usual prelude to partial or com complete
plete complete paralysis. Strange as it may
seem, many partially-paralyzed divers
are able to continue their calling, and
the unfitted, helpless cripple in the
upper air' feels normal circulation re return
turn return to arms and legs when lowered
Into the sea on the sponge grounds.
And the Arab divers of Tripoli, believ believing
ing believing the disease indispensable to the
vocation, and inured to hazard in their
peculiar fatherland, dive phlegmatic phlegmatic-ally
ally phlegmatic-ally through a few fat seasons until
crippled or killed by their chosen
- trade.
, BackT In the plateau lands of the
i Sahara, behind the coastal greens to

the silent; treeless, untenanted desert
wastes, where the alluring mystery of
the desert broods under the blighting
heat of day and beckons in fanciful
shapes over the dunes at night,
stretch vast fields of wiry esparto
grass, from which paper is manufac manufactured
tured manufactured In great mills in" England. In
these fields, working for the starvation
wage of twenty cents a day or less,
picking the grass and tying it In large
bales to be loaded on camel trains for
Tripoli City, the port of Trlpolltania,
Is another corps of workers who ad adventure
venture adventure their safety In their work.
Picking the Esparto Grass.
Day begins for the esparto picker

in the moonlight of early morning. In
the chill of desert morning the picker
leaves his nearby shack for the field,
and begins his rapid task of breaking
the longest wiry blades, leg high, from
. the most matured clump. ; Andin the
heart of these clumps ever and again
lurks his danger In the form of his
arch enemy, the deadly viper. In the
clumps, also, are hidden the venom venomous
ous venomous North African rock scorpions,
whose stings now and again prove fa fatal.
tal. fatal. It is the poisonous vipers, how however,
ever, however, that make the work of esparto
j, ptcklng a sporting game with death.
, Of the $2,000,000 of export trade en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed ty Tripoli before the war, one one-fifth
fifth one-fifth of it was produced by the sponge
divers, more than one-third of it by

the esparto pickers and considerably
more than one-sixth was brought over
the wide, treacherous desert from the
Sudan. Many caravans, some of a
few and some of thousand camels, fit-
.ted out in Tripoli, undertook, the
danger-fraught Journeys to the great
marts of Sudanese tradeTimbuktu
Kano, Kanen, Kuka, Bornu and Wadl.
These Journeys sometimes lasted two
years around, and brought their under undertakers
takers undertakers Into every species of danger
that the desert affords. Robbers In Infest
fest Infest all the lanes across the desert,
and, besides these, all the inner desert
lies subject to the vengeful caprice of
the masked Tuaregs, the strange peo people
ple people who are at war with all who cross
. their paths and do not pay a sufficient
' tribute.
The bones of the camels and men of

Judae Put Himself in the Prisoner

Position and Felt He Would
Have Also Slain.

If there was one thing Ossup Mango
was partial to, it was a good moving

picture. So he settled down in an aisle

seat with a sigh of expectation as the

eiehtv-seventh enisode of "The Haz

ards of Hannah" began on the screen.

Just as the note explaining the vil

lain's motive was flashed on, a stout

man with all his hair in his whiskers

wedged himself in front of Ossup bn

ms way iu nu msmo neau
"Pshaw, I missed the note!" thought

Ossup. "Ah! He's going to blow up the

MV0W ....
Half a second before the dynamite
went off, a thin woman with $ three
babies in her arms got in front of him

on her way In.
"And I love explosions, too!" mut muttered
tered muttered Ossup. But a few minutes later
he brightened, for the aeroplane chase
started. '
All during the" chase Ossup was gaz

ing at the back of a fireman who had
got wedged between Ossup's knees and

the seat in front.
"I know!" thought Ossup. 'Til wait
for the second show and see the parts
these people have made me miss!" And
he did, and during the note scene the
thin woman stood in front of him on
her way out, the fireman blocked the

bridge explosion and the stout man
hid the aeroplane chase.
It was then that Ossup Mango killed

the two ushers who came down to
chide him for complaining aloud. But

later, the Judge who tried him, being a
movie fan himself, discharged him
with words of commendation. Indian Indianapolis
apolis Indianapolis Star.

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New War Game.
Playing war got three small boys
into the Columbus (Ind.) city court.
They had been reading the newspa newspapers.
pers. newspapers. They knew eggs were cheaper
and also about the latest things in gas

bombs. They armed themselves with
eggs, playing that they were hand
bombs, then lay in ambush to await
the coming of the enemy. ; Just any
sort jot an enemy would" satisfy them.
John J. Hosea, manager of the Citi Citizens
zens Citizens Telephone company In Columbus,
happened to come along with his new

ly-washed touring car. Clarence Kep Kep-ley,
ley, Kep-ley, a friend, was riding with him. The
boys' decided the car was a battleship
or a Taube or something like that,
and they opened fire. Eggs spattered
the sides of the car. Kepley Jumped

out of the machine and gave chase.
He captured one boy, who confessed
and gave the names of his confeder confederates.
ates. confederates. They were loaded in the car and
taken to the city court, where Mayor
Volland lectured them.

LITTLE THINGS THAT COUNT
Comparatively Trivial Trouble in Phil Philadelphia
adelphia Philadelphia Building Made Structure
Temporarily Worthless.
Any high-school girl graduate can
write a pretty essay on "The Little
Things That Count."
For example, a cinder in the eye is

more formidable than Mount Shasta,
3600 miles away. One fly spoils a bar barrel
rel barrel of ointment, and so on indefinitely.
4 Had the president of the United
States resigned at 11:45 o'clock on a
recent day scores of persons would

have been less affected than they were
when the elevator men in a skyscraper
at Broad and Chestnut quit work.
We do have a vice president, but we
have no wings to carry us to our eight eighteenth
eenth eighteenth 'floor offices. Consternation is
a feeble word and far too anemic to
describe the feelings of that throng of
men and women who swiftly clogged
the corridors of that huge building.
Can you imagine a more futile thing
than 20 floors of masonry and steel

without an elevator? You never can

Imagine how many people shoot up and
down In these Iron-grilled cages in ten
minutes, until the cages cease to fly

like shuttles on a weaver's loom.
Just a few cents worth of human en

ergy in the arm of a man, or rather

the lack of it, puts $3,000,000 worth of
building on the scrap heap! Phila

delphia Public Ledger.

COMMERCIAL CLUB MINSTRELS

(Lester Lucas Conversationalist)
i' : y. -; '.s v.v..;
The Palm Beach Club Enjoys a Merry
Hour of Jest and Song

Produced Under the Direction of Les Lester
ter Lester Lucas of Coburn's Minstrels

Assisted by Sibbald Wilson

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ANSWER THE ALARM
J --JL MM.
Ocala People Should Not Delay

ers.

The Final Test.
"Can you tell me whether or not
our navy is a good one?" asked the
anxious citizen.
"Not yet," replied the sarcastic
man. "There is such a hopeless dif difference
ference difference of opinion regarding our navy

that I am going to reserve my own J having considerable- trouble with the

opinion until it goes out and tackles 1 back ind kidneys.

a hostile fleet."

Hits American Trade.
Chinese are becoming so adept in
the manufacture of biscuit and crack crackers
ers crackers that the Hongkong product is be beginning
ginning beginning to compete with the imported
articles, having already worsted' com competition
petition competition from Shanghai. This will af affect
fect affect the United States, from which the
major portion of biscuit, crackers and
cakes for China have been imported.

Uncanny Knowledge.
The Charlotte Observer says that
"there hasn't been a red petticoat in
North Carolina since the big sleet.'
That's entirely too much for any one
editor to know. Nashville Tcnnes Tcnnes-sean.
sean. Tcnnes-sean.

If your kidneys are inflamed,

Don't stand around and do nothing

Like a fire it will soon be beyond

control.
You will get the alarm in time-:

fi Backache, or dizziness or disorders

of the urine.
Heed the warning.

Give your kidneys a rest by living

Us Doan's Kidney trms 10 neip;
stamp out the cause. v 1
Profit by an Ocala statement.
J: A. Chandler proprietor of The

New Grocery, 34 W.tBroadway, Ocala,

says: une oj my jjiimij

At one time the

patient was obliged to give up for sev several
eral several days on account of lameness

across the back. As soon as ioan s
Kidney Pills were taken, these trou troubles
bles troubles were relieved and by continuing
their use, a cure was eventually
made." , 1
Price 50c. at all dealers. Dont
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
rkoTiHler Twommends. Foster-

xfnKnm Pn Ptods. Buffalo, N. X. 4

tea at Its' Deepest Point. 1 1

The sreatest Known aepm 01 nm

iea is eight and three-quarters mllea

VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS

from our own farm daily. Open night

land day. Merchant's Cafe. tf

THE TEMPLE WEDNESDAY

EVENING, JULY 26

Selections will be made from the

following by singers and comedians:

Singers: Pat Anderson, Linn Sand-

Alfred Green, Leroy Bridges,

Kenneth MacKay, Duncan McDonald
and Dick Stroud. Jesters: Sibbald

Wilson, Dr. Jack Halton, Rae Fer

guson, Usher Norwood, Austin Ben
nett and Carol Blalock.

Alabama Jubilee; Hesitating Blues,

by Usher Norwood.

Hello Hawaii How Are You; A Cot-

tage, SomevRoses and iou, by "rai

Anderson.

At the Fountain of Youth; Where

Did Robinson Crusoe Go With Friday

on Saturday, by Rae Ferguson.

Sunshine of Your Smile; Way Down

bonder, by Alfred Green.

Are You from Dixie: Those Good

Old Days Back Home, by Carol Bla

lock. ''-

Walkin' the Doe: I 'Aint Got No

body, by Austin Bennett.
Introduction of' the premiers,

bald Wilson and Jack Halton.
Pray for the Lights to Go Out; Oh,
How that Woman Could Cook, by
Sibbald Wilson.
Because I Have You; When the
Southern Moon is Swinging Low, by
Linn Sanders.

Some Little Bug Will Get You Some

Time; You Can't Get Along witn r.m

or Without 'Em, by Jack Halton.

A Dream; Down : Deep in a Sub

marine, by Lester Lucas.

Grand final introducing "Keep the

Home Fires Burning," by entire com

pany.

Overture by orchestra.
A fifteen minute skit entitled Chalk

Talk, by Wilson and Ferguson. In

troducing feats of ambidexterity and
comic cretaceous creations.

Burlesque on Sextette from Lucia.
Tickets went on sale at the Court

Pharmacy this morning.

An Effective Mask.
"Such a lot of things happened this

afternoon, dear, said Mrs. Young Young-bride
bride Young-bride to her husband. "I complained
to Norah about the stove not being

blackened and she put on her things

and left Then I decided to black the

stove myself, and right in the midst
of it who should call but Mrs. De

Style.

"What in the world did you do?"
"I just put some more blackening

on my face, went to the door and told

her I wasn't in. And oft she went
saying she would call again." Boston

Transcrint.

Biliousness and Stomach Trouble

"Two -veara aero I suffered from fre

quent attacks of stomach trouble and
biliousness," writes Miss Emma Ver Ver-bryke,
bryke, Ver-bryke, Lima, Ohio. "I could eat very

little food that agreed wun me ana

became so dizzy and sick at my
stomach at times that I had to take

hnte of something to keen from fall

intr. Seeine Chamberlain's Tablets

advertised 1 decided to try mem, j
improved rapidly." Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.

tS THE CIRCUIT COURT Of XrttS
FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
wixmilJA. MARION COUXTY, IN

; CHANCERY.

wMr Rar. N. Q. Wade and Flora

t Oshnrn TTormerly Flora 21or

riann i fmrla.lTift-nts. versus the

Unknown Owners and Claimants ot

the Lands Hereinalter uescriDea,

Defendants.
ThA omnlalnants havinsr filed

sworn bill in this cause, alleging that
they believe there are persons inter inter-tA
tA inter-tA in the uroDerty hereinafter de-

orihart srnnsa nimes are unknown to

them, it is therefore ordered tbaVa-i
parties claiming an interest in the fol following
lowing following described lands, lying ana He Heine
ine Heine in Marlon county. Florida, to-

wlt- Sec. Tp. R

OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS

OHAPTEK NO. 15, TU A. U,

Regular convocations of the Ocala

Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday ia every month at

8 p.m. A. E. Burnett, H. P.

Jake Brown, Seer

IIARION-DTJNN lIASOfflO UODQJ3

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Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. Q

A. M., meeta on the flrst and thira
Thursday evening ot each month at ;
8:00 o'clock, until further notice. 1

E. C Webb, W. El El-Jake
Jake El-Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad

WOOD311CN OF THE WOBLD

Fort King Camp No. 14 neet at

the K. ot P. ball at 7:30 p. m. every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome.

J. w. Lamar, U. U
Chas. K. Saje. Clerk.

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The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 28
Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members are 4
cordially invited to meet with us.
Kate B. HowelL UL B.
Lena Tompkins. 11 E.C
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OCALA LODGE NO. B. P. O. E.
Ocaia "Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meeta
the st-eond and fourth Tkiesday even

ings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite yostofflre, east side.
R. S. Rogers, E. R.
E. J. Crook, Secretary.

KXIG11T8 OF 1JTTHIA6

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Mci.day at 7:30 p. m. a
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
Irugstore. A cordial welcome to via-

itinir brothers. G. A. Isiash, U

C4ia. K. JSage. K. of K. S.

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ORDER OF EASTERN &TAB
Oeala Chapter; No. 29, O. E. Sj
aieets, at Yonge hall the second and
"ourth Thursday evenings of each
uonth at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Myrtle G. Kramer. W. XI
Mrs. Lillian aimmoias. Secy.

of

tbe 4tk dr

ctamhor and a rule day; otherwise

complainants will proceed ex parte.
It is further ordered that this order
be published once a week for twelve
consecutive weeks in the Ocala totar. a
newspaper published In said county.
Witness my hand and the. seal of
said court, at Ocala, this 10th day of
Ju(neaf) D' 1916' P. H. NUGENT.
lieai cjeik c.rcult Court.
By Ruth Ervin, D. C.
HCoalna'aNSolicltor. 6-10-sat
ADVERTISE IN THE STAR.

ODD FELLOWS

Tnlnla TnAtrti No. 22. I. O. O. P-

meets every Tuesday evening in the

Odd Fellows' nan on tne uura cwr 01
the Star office building at 8 o'clock
promptly. A warm welcome always
extended ta visiting brothers.
F. E. McClane, N. G.
L. H. Pillans, Secretary.

have a new perfume, Bouquet
Dozira, t fine lasting extract, $2 per
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OCALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1916
759

I OCALA OCCURRENCES I

The August Ladies' Home Journal
at the Book Shop. 20-3t
Mr. E. M. Osborn has returned from
a business trip to Gainesville.
Mr. James E. Johnson has returned
from a business visit to Palatka.;
Col. Gv G. Martin of Brooksyille,
one of Hernando county's leading at attorneys,
torneys, attorneys, was in the city yesterday.
Mr. Bruce Meffert, who has been
.sick for the past few days, is much
better.
Mr. Guy M. Parrish of Lake City,
assistant state veterinarian, has been
in town. He may locate here.
Policeman S. M. Grubbs, after.; a
two weeks' vacation, which he passed
comfortably at home, is back ort hi3
beat.
Mr. Louis Keefe, at the hospital, is
steadily recovering from his painful
burns.
Dr. J. G. Baskin of Dunnellon, and
county commissioner-elect from that
district, was in town yesterday.
If you look south alone Osceola ave avenue,
nue, avenue, you will discover a considerable
absence, once occupied by Converse's
mill.
A meeting is being held at the
board of trade room this afternoon for
the purpose of deciding on the breed
of hog to be adopted for the pig club
work in this county.
There were two wrecks on the Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard near here last night. One a
freight car off at the Anthony road
crossing, blocked the track until this
afternoon. The other, a similar acci
dent at Santos, yet obstructs the line.
Charles Standley is an Ocala boy
who is making good. He is in the civil
engineering department of the United
States government under Mr. A. C.
Alney, well known in Florida in en engineering
gineering engineering circles. Charlie is first rod rod-man,
man, rod-man, receives $60 per month and is
right in line for promotion, as he is
studying hard and will stand the nec necessary
essary necessary examinations.
i ...... i
E. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
Licensed Embalmers
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Licensed Embalmer
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
Cam-Thomas Co.
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Ten years ago a friend told me to tri
Thedford's Black-Draught, which I did,
and I found it to be the best family medi medicine
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I keep Black-Draught on hand all thi
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We never have a long spell of sick sick-cess
cess sick-cess in our family, since we commenced
using Black-Draught."
Thedford's Black-Draught is purely
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late regulate weak stomachs, aid digestion, re relieve
lieve relieve indigestion, colic, wind, nausea,
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It has been in constant use for mors
than 70 jrears, and has benefited more
ffcan a million people.
Your druggist selU and recommend
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KLAXON HORNS IN
FRENCH TRENCHES

The latest use for Klaxon automo automobile
bile automobile horns is at the "listening posts"
along the French lines at Verdun.
William R. Fay of the American
ambulance corps, who has just return returned
ed returned to New York, brings the infor
mation' that these well known signal
horns are being put to this unique use.
' The listening posts," ays Dr. Fay,
"are located in front of the French
lines, some times within a few feet of
tne lines ox tne enemy. I he. men
who volunteer for service at these
posts are among the bravest in the
French army, for it : means almost
certain death. They must also have
extremely acute hearing, in order, to
detect indications of a gas attacks
"When these indications are heard a
button is pressed, which sounds the
Klaxon horns and thus gives warning
of the attack to the trenches behind,
enabling them to put on their gas
masks and prepare."
In many other interesting ways are
Klaxon horns contributing to the
great conflict. On the ships of the
French navy they are used to signal
gunners.
They are the same Klaxons which
in Canada and the United States are
used so extensively on automobiles,
and whose warning note is so familiar
t oevery motorist and pedestrian.
. The Ocala distributor of the Klaxon,
Mr. Edward Tucker, says the increas increasing
ing increasing use of this horn is this territory
is almost phenomenal.
- Mr. J. C. Burwell, clerk of the
court of Hernando county, was in the
city yesterday. Mr. Burwell is filling
the unexpired term of the former
clerk, who resigned to accept the ap appointment
pointment appointment as tax collector, that officer
having died recently. Mr. Burwell for
many years edited the Brooksville
Register, and installed in Hernando's
capital city the first telephone and
electric lighting system. He is a
cousin of Dr. W. K. Lane and was a
guest of Dr. and Mrs. Lane during his
stay in town.
...Mr. James C. Calkins, mayor of
Fernandina and state senator from
Nassau county, and Mr. Carl Warfield,
president of the Fernandina National
Earnc, were in the city yesterday on
business before Judge Bullock.
- Tomorrow the pastor will preach in
the morning on "The Bible, the Inspir
ed Book," and in the evening on "The
Response to the Message of the Gos
pel."
Mr. Thomas J. Leitner of Anthony
passed thru town today on his way to
Lake Weir, where his family is stop
ping a few weeks. He has just re
turned from a visit to his son, Mr.
John Leitner at Daytona.
SEMINOLE BUS CO'S.
REGULAR SCHEDULE
Beginnin with this 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.
The fare will be five cents. Magno Magnolia
lia Magnolia street north to North Ocala school,
return to union station, thence south
on Magnolia street to Okla waha 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.
ANNUAL BARBECUE AT OXFORD
The annual barbecue will be held at
Oxford this year on the fifth day of
August. The picnic will be better,
bigger and in every way more attrac
tive than ever before. We want every
body to come and spend the day with
us and have the best day of all their
lives. A huge dinner will be served,
and refreshments of all kinds will be
on tap ready for those who are with
us.
PICNIC AT OAK GROVE
There will be a picnic at Oak Grove,
three miles east of Morriston Satur
day, July 29th. Everybody come and
bring full baskets. Baseball game and
various other amusements in the aft
ernoon.
Try Bouquet Dozira perfume, $2
per ounce, a Ceng's. tf.
Pure drugs, prompt service and no
substitution in our PRESCRIPTION
department. Tell your physician to
leave yours with us. The Court
Pharmacy. tf

JUDGE BULLOCK
SUSTAINS THE COUNCIL

(Continued from First Page)
city council, nor is the wisdom or
propriety of the purchase of the old
plant questioned, even though the pur purchase
chase purchase resulted in the city being hand handed
ed handed a bitter lemon and some old rust
streaks of worn out water mainsand
old machinery," nor is the validity of
the bond issue involved; nor the
"shrewd manipulation by high intellect
of designing persons to unload the old,
antiquated worn out water plant, not
in keeping with the progress of the
times, and advance in new improved
machinery, and enlightened methods
of municipal utilities of water and
light systems" none of these are in involved
volved involved ; but the inquiry is confined to
the point: Is the city council, with
the authority conferred upon it, to do
either the one or the other acts above
stated, that is of buying and equip
ping or constructing and equipping a
water system, now undertaking to do
both?
The answer denies that the city
council is undertaking to do both, ad admits
mits admits the purchase from the private
corporation of the old water plant,
and goes into much detail and gives
the facts, stating just what it is doing,
and why.
The bill shows that the council
elected to "purchase and equip" the
old plant, and thereafter, September,
1914, passed another ordinance, above
referred to, and ratified by the vote
of the people, providing for issuing
of bonds in the sum of $75,000 for the
purpose of "erecting and equipping
an electric light station in connection
with the city water works." Atten
tion is called to the fact that the city
at that time, to-wit: September, 1914,
had purchased the old water plant,
own and" are operating the water
plant, and this new ordinance of Sep September,
tember, September, 1914, authorized an electric
light plant "in connection with the
city water works," and this last ordi ordinance
nance ordinance likewise has been submitted to
and approved, by the people
The law in Florida, as declared m
state ex rel Ellis vs. Tampa Water
Works Co., 47 Southern, 358, is to the
effect that where a municipality is
authorized to exercise a particular
municipal power, and the manner of
the exercise is not defined by statute
but is left to the city council, the
courts will not undertake to control
the manner of the exercise of that au authority
thority authority by the council when ,no ap
plicable rule of law is violated or the
authority given is not exceeded. There
is no denial of the power vested, or
the right of the city to "equip the
plant purchased."
By the answer of the council it
avers that it is only equipping a plant.
Certainly the council must determine
what is necessary for equipment, and
the extent of the equipment. If the
city has heretofore been imposed upon
in the purchase of the old water
NERVOUS COLLAPSE.
Kissimmce. Fla. "I have been think
ing for a long time that I would send you
my testimonial that
some other woman
may be induced, at
f x BU1U BUG W IXij
i l ( V-v to use your Favor Favor-rffc
rffc Favor-rffc Hl:.-3& ite Prescription.'
'C if "m?. ", From my. "expen-
ence in : receiving
j5? very decided help
xjirom its use. I feel
$'.:liequally as certain
ftfev3??:that she also will
get the desired re reef
ef reef Mv cheeks
were very pale, sallow and bloodless. The
general condition was very discouraging,
as I was in a state of nervous collapse,
with exhaustion, and after trying various
physicians and not improving I made up
my mind to try Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
scription. After taking, the fifth bottle
I was so fully restored to health that 1
discontinued taking it." Mus. P. J
Byerly, 714 Mabbette St.
The use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
scription makes women happy by making
them healthy. There are no more cry crying
ing crying spells. It cure3 inflammation and
female weakness. It makes weak women
strong, sick women veil.
like an open book, our faces tell the
tale of health or disease. Hollow cheeks
and sunken eves, listless steps, sleepless
nights tell of wasting debilitating dis disease
ease disease some piece in the body. It may be
one place or another, the cause is generally
traceable to a common source.
Get the "Prescription" to-day either
in liquid or tablet form if you want to
better your physical condition speedily.
Questions of Sex? Are fully and
properly answered in The People's Com Common
mon Common Sen ss Medical v Adviser. All the
knowledge a young woman, wife or daugh daughter
ter daughter should have is contained in this big
Home Doctor Book containing 1008
pages with engravings and color plates,
and bound m cloth. By mail, prepaid
on receipt oi 3 dimes. Address Dr. Pierce,
663 Main St.. Buffalo. N Y.
AUTO FOR HIRE:
1916 REO
At Your Service Any Hour
DAY or NIGHT
PHONE 523
Reasonable Prices Terms Cash
- JOHN NEEDHAM
Residence Phone 526

plant, and very great and extensive
equipment is necessary to bring the
water plant to a proper and. efficient

service to protect the citizens of the
town, then it cannot reasonably be
maintained that this court must step
in and substitute its discretion for the
discretion and judgment of the city
council, the body to whom the voters!
of Ocala designated the exercise of
this power.
Of necessity, must there be a broad
latitude allowed for the exercise of
the sound discretion of the council,
and more especially when no improper
conduct, dishonesty or fraud is charg charged
ed charged against it? What is meant by the
authority given to the city council to
"equip" the water plant that it pur purchased
chased purchased ? Words must be given their
usual, ordinary- meaning in connec connection
tion connection with the matter under considera consideration,
tion, consideration, unless some technical or special
meaning is apparent was intended.
Webster's New International Dic Dictionary
tionary Dictionary defines the word "equip" to
mean: "To supply, to fit out; to fur furnish
nish furnish for service J to supply with what whatever
ever whatever is necessary to efficient action in
any way; to provide with arms, or an
armament, stores, munitions, rigging,
etc., as ships and troops." Is this
court authorized to actfor the city
council and tell it just what "equip "equipment"
ment" "equipment" is necessary? Must this court
say what engines, their make, their
capacity, how many wells, reservoirs,
towers, water mains, the capacity and
how.; many pumps, should be used?
What houses, sheds or covers are nec necessary
essary necessary to protect them? Or if one of
the old supply wells that was pur purchased
chased purchased has gone dry or become con contaminated,
taminated, contaminated, that the city council can cannot
not cannot under the pretext of "equipment"
dig another well ? for that would
mean the exercise of the right or
power of "constructing and equipping
a water plant."
Does the fact that the city council
is combining the electric plant and
the "equipping" of the old water plant
render the. act illegal because of the
combination ?
The bill shows that the ordinance
of 1914 authorized the "erecting and
equipping an electric' light station in
connection with the city water works,"
and, as stated, this ordinance was
ratified by the voters, of Ocala. To
my mind it shows that the voters, be-
Ijieving that a part of the machinery
for one of these utilities might be
used in connection with the other with
more economy, authorized such act,
because it says that the electric plant
to be. erected would be "in connection
with the city water works."
Does the mere fact that the shed,
the house or building v covering the
pumps for the water plant cannot and
must not be used to cover the pump
for the electric light plant? If it
takes an engine of 1000 H. P. for the
light plant, and another engine of
1000 H. P. for the water plant, cost costing
ing costing $5000 each, or $10,000 for the two,
but by using the electric light engine
fin connection with the city water
works 'as; the ordinance authorized,
and buying an engine of 1500 H. P,
at a cost of $7000, cannot the city
council do it and thereby save $3000
to the taxpayers? Can the exercise of
this power, especially when ; it is
shown by this answer that the funds
from one source are not used for the
other, and when the cost of the re
spective works can easily and readily
be, and is being, apportioned accord according
ing according to the respective costs of each,
make their work illegal and without
authority?
From the record I cannot discover
any right in .this court to interfere
with what appears to be the legal ex
ercise of the power conferred on the
city council for the exercise of their
discretion.
, It is considered and ordered that
the application for a temporary in
junction be and the same is denied.
Done and ordered in chambers, at
Ocala, Fla., this July 22nd, 1916.
W. S. Bullock, Judge.
SERVICES AT MT. ZION
A. M. E. CHURCH SUNDAY
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
Preaching at 11 a. m. by pastor.
Allen C E. League at 4:30 p. m.
Program
Five minute song service.
Opening song.
Discussion of the topic by Dr. R, R.
Williams.
Bible verses and sentence prayers.
Solo by Miss P. Bonner.
Paper by L. E. Thomas. s
Instrumental solo by Mrs. Smith.
Selection by Miss A. E. Mark.
Duet by Misses Ernestine and AI AI-termeaose
termeaose AI-termeaose Pettis.
Mizpah.
Evening service at 7:30 p. m. All
are cordially invited.
Constipation and Indigestion
"I have used Chamberlain's Tablets
and must say they are the best I have
ever used for constipation and indi indigestion.
gestion. indigestion. My wife also used them for
indigestion and they did her, good,"
writes Eugene S. Knight, Wilmington,
N. C. Chamberlain's Tablets are mild
and gentle in their action. Give them
a trial. You are certain to be pleased
with the agreeable laxative effect
which they produce. Obtainable ev everywhere.
erywhere. everywhere. 'Adv.

THE

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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
Trices. In justice to yourself, look in
when you're out shopping as you're
certain to save money.

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Ocala
LIST OF MAGAZINES k
AT THE LIBRARY
Following is a list of magazines to
be read at the library when it is open:
Scientific American, Collier's, Sat Saturday
urday Saturday Evening Post, Country Gentle Gentleman,
man, Gentleman, Literary Digest, Review of Re Reviews,
views, Reviews, Popular Mechanics, The Out Outlook,
look, Outlook, Scribner's, Harper's, Century,
Bookman, St. Nicholas, Little Folks,
American, Youths Companion, Ameri American
can American Boy, Woman's Home Companion,
Delineator, Ladies' World, Ladies'
Home Journal, Pictorial Review, Mod Modern
ern Modern Priscilla, The Musician, Garden
Magazine, McClure's, Everybody's,
National Geographical Magazine, Cur Current
rent Current Opinion, Physical Culture, Good
Housekeeping.
SEABOARD LOCAL SCHEDULE
Southbound
No. 9 Leaves Jacksonville 1:35 p.
m.; Ocala 4:30 p. m.; arrives Tampa
7:50 p. m.
No. 1 Leaves Jacksonville 9:30 p.
m.; Ocala $1.45 a. m.; arrives St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg 10 a. m.
No. 3 Leaves Jacksonville 9:15 a.
m.; Ocala 12:40 p. m.; arrives St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg 8:05 p. m.
Northbound
No.' 10 Leaves Tampa 1 p. m.;
Ocala 4:12 p. m.; arrives Jacksonville
7:15 p. m.
No. 2 Leaves St. Petersburg 4:30
p. m.; Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrives Jack
sonville 6:45 a. nu
No. 4 Leaves Tampa 9 a. m.; Ocala
1 p. m.; arives Jacksonville 5:25 p. m
STANDING COMMITTEES
OF THE CITY COUNCIL
Finance D. 'W. Tompkins, chair chairman;
man; chairman; G. A. Nash, W. A. Knight.
Cemetery J. T. Moore, chairman;
D. E. Mclver, H. A. Weathers.
Judiciary J. M. Meffert, chairman;
J. J. Gerig, D. E. Mclver.
Street D. E. Mclver, chairman; D.
W. Tompkins, W. A. Knight.
Fire J. J. Gerig, chairman; J M.
Meffert, G. Nash.
Polise W. A. Knight, chairman;. G.
A. Nash, H. M. Weathers.
Market H. M. Weathers, chair chairman;
man; chairman; J. M. Meffert, J. J. Gerig.
Sanitary H. A. Fausett, chairman;
D. W. Tompkins, J. T. Moore.
Light and Water G. A. Nash,
chairman; D. W. Tompkins, J. M. Mef Meffert.
fert. Meffert. Building H. M. Weathers, chair chairman;
man; chairman; H. A Fausett, D. E. MclvVr.
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 fes? years. H. W. Tucker, Ocala,
Fla. 19-4t
RAVING 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
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day. Merchant's Cafe. tf
1 The Book Shop. St.

More?
Florida
A. C. L. SCHEDULE
. Trains of the Atlantic Coast Lina
will arrive and depart in Ocala at the
following times:
No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, 2:18-2:25 a. m.
No. 38, St. Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 2:25 a. n.
No. 10, Leeaburg to Jacksonville,
5:40 a. m.
No. J 51, Ocala to Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 6:10 a. m.
No. 35, Ocala to Lakeland (Sunny (Sunny-jim),
jim), (Sunny-jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 6:40 a. m.
, No. 141, Wilcox, Gainesville and
Palatka to Ocala, 11:15 a. m.
No. 40, St. Petersburg to Jackson
ville, 12:54-1:14 p. m.
No. 48, Homosaesa to Ocala, 1:05
p. m.
No. 49, Ocaia to Homosassa, 2:25
p. m.
xno. hj. jacKsonvine to et. reters reters-lurg,
lurg, reters-lurg, 2:36-2:40 p. m.
No. 140, Ocala to Palatka, Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville and Wilcox, 4:10 p. m.
No. 9, Jacksonville to Leesburg,
9".05 p. m.
No. 150, Wilcox to Ocala, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 5:45 p. rn.
No. 32, Lakeland to Ocala (Sunny-'
jim), mesday, Thursday and Satur
day, y .50 p. m. v
UNCLASSIFIED AD
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE. FOR RUNT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEED3
FOR SALE Natal hat seed. Anyone
interested, write for prices to J. W.
Widner, Leesburg, Fla. . 31-2t
CALL PHONE 13 For prompt ser
vice and absolutely perfect work in
Cleaning and Pressing. A trial will
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 reliable
liable reliable white woman is Wanted for
housekeeper at Loughman, Rla. Ap Apply
ply Apply at Star office if interested. 18-tf
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms
for housekeeping; all conveniences,
bath, etc. Address "D" care Star of office
fice office 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, ICS
acres of good land in Indiana. P. D.
OdelL 413 8th St, Ocala, Fla. 7-17-t
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, threex blocks from the
square; all modern conveniences. Ap Apply
ply Apply to R. R. Carroll, Star oSce. tf



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