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ion of Guillemont
HUSSIANS DRIVE GERMAIIS TWELVE MILES HEAR RIGA GULF
London, July 24, The British havel
captured a large part of Pozieres vil village
lage village on the Somme front, says an of official
ficial official announcement. They also gain gained
ed gained ground near the high wood in the
direction of Guillemont.
BERLIN REPORTS DIFFERENT
The Berlin official statement says
the British penertated a few houses in
Pozieres village, paying for these with
heavy and sanguinary losses. V
A Petrograd dispatch to London as asserts
serts asserts the Russians have driven the
Germans back twelve miles near the
Riga gulf. The Russians gained
along a thirty mile front from the
gulf to Uxkull, said the dispatch.
Along the French front in the
Somme region bad weather is delay delaying
ing delaying operations, the French officially
reported this morning. The French
have penetrated German trenches
near Vailly, taking many prisoners.
On the Verdun front east of the Meuse
the French, in small engagements',
have increased the numbers of pris prisoners
oners prisoners taken during the last ten days
to eight hundred.
Italian attacks in the Astio region
on the Montecimont have reached, a
point just below the summit, says the
Italian war office.
Constantinople reports the defeat of
a detachment of British cavalry by
Turks east of Suez near the canal.'
IN TURKISH ARMENIA
The statement also says the Rus Russians
sians Russians are steadily advancing upon
Erzingan, Turkish Armenia, the ad advance
vance advance guards now being fifteen miles
distant. ' ';: :
TEUTON BOATS HAD TO RUN
London, July 24. Six German tor torpedo
pedo torpedo boat destroyers engaged in a
running fight with British light
forces off Echouwen Bank yesterday,
says the admiralty, and the Germans
were repeatedly hit, but escaped to
the Belgian coast.
ASKED FOR AN IMMENSE
. Premier Asquith askedx the house
of commons today to vote a credit of
two million two hundred and fifty
million dollars. This is the largest
sum asked since the beginning of the
war. It brings the total forlthe year
to approximately five billion two hun
dred fifty million dollars. The total
for the war is approximately fourteen
billion one hundred and sixty millions.
RUSSIANS FORCE TEUTONS TO
London. July 23. General Sakhar
off's Russian forces have the Austro-
Germans in disorderly retreat south south-'
' south-' west of Lutsk, having forced a pas passage
sage passage of the Styr and Lipa rivers. The
Russians have forced the Teutons to
abandon Berestok, having in two
days' fighting taken three hundred of officers
ficers officers and twelve thousand men.
Petrograd announces the number of
Austro-Germans taken on the eastern
front since July 16th totals twenty twenty-six
six twenty-six thousand men. Petrograd also re reports
ports reports minor victories for the Rus Rus-"
" Rus-" sians south of Delatyn, where the
Russians are striving to enter Hun Hungary.
gary. Hungary. Attacks on von Hindenburg's
forces in the region of Riga and
Dvinsk continue, and according to
military critics a battle is now in pre preparation
paration preparation in the neighborhood of Kovel.
RESIGNATION OF SAfcONOFF
Petrozrad. July 23- Sargius Saz-
nnoff. minister of foreign affairs, has
resigned. He will be succeeded by
Boris Vladimorvitch bturmer, pre
m .. IL Jill JIL
FLEW 'OVER BEiltlll
Lieutenant Marschal Headed for Rus
sian Lines Descends in Poland
After 800-Mile Journey
. v (Associated Press)
Paris, July 24 Lieutenant Mar
schal, of tbe French aviator corps,
last month flew over Berlin, dropping
proclamations, and continued his flight
intending to land in' the Russian lines.
He was forced to descend in Poland,
where he was captured by the Ger Germans.
mans. Germans. Lieutenant Marschal traveled
about 800 miles, mostly in darkness.
FOR THE TEMPLE
Manager Bennett Announces- New
, Bookings of Interest to Lovers
of the Movies
Manager Bennett of the Temple
theater announces that he has added
the Triangle features and Keystone
comedies to his list of offerings. The
Triangle features are produced under
the direction of D. a W. Griffith and
Thos. H. I nee, and, the Keystone com
edies under the direction of Mack
Sennate, directors who it is said draw
salaries of $100,000 a year. In the
Triangle features are to be seen such
famous sjtars as DeWolf Hopper,
Dorothy and Lillian Gish, : Frank
Keenan, House Peters, W. S. Hart,
Douglas Fairbanks, H. B. Warner,
Mae Marsh, Bessie Barriscale and
Norma Talmage. ;
The first Triangle feature will be
seen at the Temple Saturday of this
week, and each Saturday thereafter
one willbe shown. The first is Dor Dorothy
othy Dorothy Gist, Owen Moose and Frank
Campeau in "Jordan is a Hard Road,"
a D. W. Griffith production. Lillian
Gish, whom David Belasco called the
most beautiful blond in the world, will
be seen next Saturday. The first
Keystone will be seen Friday of this
week, and each Friday thereafter. The
first will be "Fatty and the Broad
way Stars," with Roscoe Arbuckle,
Joe Weber, Lew Fields, Sam Bernard,
William Collier and Mack Sennate.
Following is the list of Paramount
and World-Brady' features to be seen
at the Temple during August:
Alice Brady in "La Boheme," Aug.
1; Blanche Sweet in "The $1000 Hus Husband,"
band," Husband," Aug. 8 ; Fannie Ward in "The
Gutter Magdalene," Aug. 7; Frances
Nelson in "What Happened at 22,"
Aug. 8; Frank Losee in "The Evil
Thereof," Aug. 10; Edna Goodrich in
"The Making of Magdallena," Aug.
14; Kitty Gordon in "The Crucial
Test," Aug. 15 ; Marguerite Clark in
"Silks and Satins," Aug 17; Louise
Huff in "Destiny's Toy," Aug. 21;
Holbrook Blinn in "The Weakness of
Men," Aug. 22; Victor Moore in "The
Clown,'? Aug. 24. Ann Pennington in
"Susie Snowflake," Aug. 28; Carlyle
Blackwell in "Sally in Our Alley,"
Aug. 29; Pauline Frederick in "The
World's Great Snare," Aug. 31.
., Mr. C. H. Shaw, a live wire travel
ing man of Baltimore, is in town, and
is probably the only man in Ocala who
has seen the German merchant sub submarine,
marine, submarine, Deutschland: Mr. Shaw says
the presence of sharks along the At
lantic coast is a great danger and is
keeping thousands away from the
bathing places. He expects to trave
in this territory for a few days In
company with Mr. Sam Leigh.
The Evening Star may always be
found on sale" at Ceng's News
AliD ADVANCE ALONG A THIRTY
RISH BILL TO
Asquith Tells Redmond Government
; Will Not Introduce Measure
that Is Not Agreeable
London, July 24. Premier Asquith
today told John Redmond, the Irish
nationalist leader in the house of com
mons, that he didn't propose to intro
duce an Irish bill on which there did
not appear to be prospect of substan
tial agreement of all political parties.
Redmond obtained leave to move an
adjournment of the house to "call at
tention to the rapidly growing unrest
in Ireland owing to fact that he gov government
ernment government didn't propose to carry out in
their entirety terms submitted for a
temporary settlement. . s. v
Nationalist members of parliament
meet today to discuss the situation.
They will insist that the agreement
be carried out.
Senate Tries to Cut Military Appro
priation by Over Thirty
Washington, July 23. More than
thirty-six million dollars for foreign
pay service, maintenance, transporta transporta-tion
tion transporta-tion and other expenses provided in
anticipation of a Mexican campaign
was voted out of the army appropria
tion bill in the Senate yesterday.'
This action was taken on recom
mendation of the military committee.
Chairman Chamberlain said there now
seemed little likelihood of a conflict
and the possibility of the National
Guard crossing the border seemed re
Senator Lee of Maryland opposed
this aetion, asserting that the danger
of a conflict was not passed. Senators
Lee and Chamberlain differed on the
number of. guardsmen on the border.
Senator Lee said there were 91,000
already on the border and 35G,000in
the state mobilization camps. Sen Senator
ator Senator Chamberlain said Senator Lee's
figures were not correct, but he de-.
clined to give the war department's
figures because that was a military
l ORMER BASEBALL STAR
WAS IN OCALA TODAY
Weldon Henley, One Time Twirler for
Connie Mack in Philadelphia, Now
Living at Marianna
Weldon Henley, former star twirler
of Connie Mack's Philadelphia Ath
letics, of the American League, was
in Ocala today. Mr. Henley, who, is
now interested in a wagon works at
Marianna, was here gathering data on
the bonding of the city for water and
light plants, view a view to issuing
bonds for the purpose in Marianna.
He is visiting a number, of places in
the state getting data.
CONFIRMATION OF CLARKE
Unanimously Voted for by the Senate
, (Associated Press)
Washington, July 24. The Senate
judiciary committee today voted
unanimously to recommend the con'
firmation of John H. Clarke of Cleve Cleveland,
land, Cleveland, to be an associate justice of the
MADE All ENTIRELY INFORMAL PUNITIVE EXPEDITl
II HIT MEXICO
El Paso, July 24. General Gon
zales, of Juarez, has protested to
Gen. Bell against the conduct of the
Ninth Massachusetts Infantry. He
said they crossed into Mexico and
shot up several homes without prov
ocation last night.
FIRST VISIT TO
Mrs. MacDade Lives Within a Few
Blocks of the Court House But
Never Saw It Until Today
Some of the citizens of Ocala who
go down town half a dozen times a
day, with no other business on their
minds but to see if the court house
is still there, would think themselves
terribly abused if they; should be
forced, while in perfect health, to
stay at home for nine years on a
stretch. Such has been! done, how
ever. Mrs. Sarah MacDade, who lives
at 825 Fort King avenue, East, and
has kept house for Mrs. William An
derson for a great many years, went
down town this morning for the first
time in nine years, during which time
she has been in perfect health and
strength, but felt no desire to go
down into the city. Mrs. MacDade
had never, seen the newieourt house,
the federal building, tfye Ocala Na
tional Bank or several of. the other
modern buildings'in the business part
of town till this morning.
PHOTO OF MEFFERT FARM
USED TO EXPLOIT HAY
View of Pea Vine Stacks in Marion
County Published as Natal
Grass in Lake County
On the cover of the Florida Farmer
and Homeseeker for July a photo
graph that is given the caption: "Na
tal Hay, Stacks in Lake County,
Florida." The fact is that the pho photograph
tograph photograph is one taken on the big farm
of J. M. Meffert, at Lowell, and Mr.
Meffert, in a letter to Will M. Traer,
editor of the publication, says:'
"The July number of the Home-
seeker has just been received and, I
notice that your cover, showing natal
hay in stacks in Lake county, is print
ed thru the courtesy of the Daven
port Land & Development Co., of
"I wish to say that this is a nhoto
showing pea vine hay made on the J.
M. Meffert farms at Lowell, Florida,
in Marion County, and the original
photograph can be produced if it is
necessary. This is the third instance
that I know of in which photos of the
J. M. Meffert farms have been used
to exploit, m a false manner, farm
ing operations in certain parts of the
state, and I think it will be nothing
more than proper for you to make a
Brings Down Eighth Teutonic Aero Aeroplane
plane Aeroplane Near Fresnes
Paris, July 24. Lieutenant Chaput,
the daring aviator, brought down his
eighth Teutonic aeroplane near Fres
SQUARE IN YEARS
OCALA STAR VOTING
THIS COUPON IS GOOD FOR FIVE
VOTES IN LIBRARY CONTEST CONTEST-VOTED
VOTED CONTEST-VOTED FOR
Cut out, fill Li name of church lodge, school or other organization
you wish to vote for, and deposit in ballc'; box at THE COURT
The official judges of the contest are Messrs. George Pasteur, Her Herbert
bert Herbert Lattner and Ed. C. Bennett.
JULY, 2,4 1916
SERIOUS FLOOD III
Renewed Warning Sent Entire East Eastern
ern Eastern Section of South
(Associated Press )
Charleston, July 24. A -serious
flood situation on the Wacamaw river
similar to 1908 is contained in a fore forecast
cast forecast of the weather bureau issued to today.
day. today. A renewed flood warning has
been sent the entire section of the
state. The recent rains have swollen
the rivers in the central part of the
AT THE DR. M'CLANE INSTITUTE
Another one of our public institu institutions
tions institutions is doing, noble work for the sick
and afflicted, and puts Ocala in the
front rank of capable surgeons and
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Martin of Wild Wild-wood,
wood, Wild-wood, who have been under treatment
and have been so seriously sick, are
doing extremely well. Mr. and Mrs.
Martin are staying at the home of
Mr. Martin's brother, Mr. E. P. Mar Martin.
The friends of Mr. J. M. M. Robin Robinson
son Robinson of Reddick, who know him as a
jolly good fellow and who were pained
to see him so low, will be glad to
learn he is recovering wonderfully
and is able now to go back and forth
to take,-his treatments.
Mr. W. W. Williams, a prominent
farmer from Red Level, is here for
treatment for cancer and will go home
cured in a" few days. Mrs. Williams
came up the first of last week to
make him a visit. Mr. Williams is
staying at the LeSuer House.
Miss Mattie Sasser from Inverness,
who has been taking treatment so
long for a very serious nervous trou
ble went home today for a week-end
visit. Miss Sasser is staying at the
v Mrs. H. L. Curberly of Micanopy,
is convalescing finely. V
Miss Dillon Long of Moss Bluff re
covered sufficient to go home.
Mrs. Geo. J. Boswell of Inverness,
is doing nicely under specific treat
Mrs. B. E. Thorp of Burbank, who
has been taking a long course of
treatment and has been staying- at the
Cariton House, went home for a short
visit but will return soon to continue
Mr. Wm. C. Turner of Red Level,
will be in early this week to continue
his treatment. Mr. Turner is one of
the old settlers of Citrus county and
his friends will be pained to learn he
has a serious growth in his mouth.
Mrs. S. C. Mayo of Reddick, suffi sufficiently
ciently sufficiently recovered to join her husband
Mrs. R. A. Halford of Electra,
came up Friday to place herself under
the institute treatment.
Mrs. R. A. Hogan of Fort McCoy,
continues under treatment but is do doing
ing doing nicely.
The doctors tell us all home people
taking treatment at the institute are
getting along nicely.
.We carry a full line of Newport
bathing shoes. Gerig's. tf
Deutschland Will Make Her
IIIG TO FEEL
Baltimore, July 24. The Deutsch Deutschland
land Deutschland will sail on the return voyage
soon, according to the submarine's
American agents. It is understood the
negotiations for a shipment of gold
have been completed and the consign
ment will be taken aboard today. The
ship will then be ready to sail.
BREMEN BELIEVED TO BE HOV HOVERING
ERING HOVERING OFF THE CAPES
Norfolk, July 24 Persons watching
for the Bremen, a sister ship of the
submarine Deutschland, for the past
two days, are disappointed at the
failure of the submersible to appear
at Cape Henry.
No authoritative information has
been received as to her whereabouts.
By some it is believed the Bremen is
not far off the capes, as the weather
has been ideal for a dash to safety
past the allied warships.
Beauty Spot,at Silver Springs Has
Been Discovered and Christened
with Appropriate Name
There seems no end to the attrac attractions
tions attractions of Silver Springs and the run.
Mr. T. T. Madden, guide and pilot of
the glass bottomed boat,' has found
another bunch of beauties under the
ever rippling water. As all regular
visitors to the springs are aware,
there is a little cove on the north side
of the run half a mile down from the
springs. It has been a good fishing
place, and some times boats tie up in
it, but nobody looked for beauties on
the bottom till Mr. Madden steered
the glass-bottomed boat into it a few
months ago. He found it had curios curiosities
ities curiosities almost equal to those of the
other springs, for it is a spring itself,
water bubbling upin great quantities
thru the rock. Mr. Madden has called
it "Christmas Eve," for the following
reasons. Several bunches of the most
delicate moss have roots right by
some of the springs, and the force of
the water coming up keepthem erect
and waving just like little green trees
in the wind. They look like miniature
Christmas trees, and their appearance
caused Mr. Madden to gTve the cove
its appropriate as well as pretty
name. Mr. Madden makes an excel excellent
lent excellent captain for the glass-bottomefl
boat. He is enthusiastic about the
springs, and has a gift of calling at
tention to their beauties that causes
all who voyage with him to see many
interesting things that they might
Women and Children Murdered by
Ultra Opponents of War
San Francisco, July 23. At least
six are known to be dead and more
than forty injured here yesterday aft
ernoon when a timed bomb exploded
in the midst of a crowd viewing the
preparedness parade. The bomb was
concealed in a suitcase with cart cartridges,
ridges, cartridges, gas pipe, scrap iron and glass.
It blew a gap in the crowd, injuring
men. women and babies.
Communications signed "Determin
ed Exiles from the Militaristic Gov
ernments in Italy, Germany and Rus
sia, in the United States," were re received
ceived received by all the newspapers yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, warning them against the hold hold-ingg
ingg hold-ingg of the preparedness parade and
threatened "dire action to show that
militarism cannot beforced on us or
Engine 538, of the Ocala, Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville and Wilcox train, is distinguish distinguished
ed distinguished among the other engines on the
division by a handsome Masonic em emblem
blem emblem above its headlight. The en engineer
gineer engineer and fireman take pride in keep keeping
ing keeping it shining like it was pure gold.
VOL. 22, NO. 178
TO BE OFF THE Um,m
HER WAT III
TO MOVE STATED
President Nash Says Arrangements
for Removal Hare Been Blade and
Action is Now Looked For
President Nash said this morning
that all of the arrangements for the
removal -of the union station that the
railroads had asked for had been
made by the city, and he expected to
hear that the work of moving would
now go ahead. The $700 which the
Atlantic Coast Line failed to put up
has been provided for. by the propo
sition of the H. B. Masters company,
and the railroad commission has ex expressed
pressed expressed itself as agreeable to the
change of site.
FRANK'S BIG CLEAN UP
V SALE IS A WINNER
The big sale inaugurated at Frank's
opened Saturday with a most satis satisfactory
factory satisfactory day's business. Mr. Frank
says that there was no great rush but
a steady business all day and late into
the evening Saturday and a continu continuance
ance continuance along the same line during the
forenoon of today.
Mr. Frank, as manager of the old
Boston Store, inaugurated in Ocala
the custom of putting on at intervals
during- the year big stock reduction
sales under various titles. He says,
tho, that whatever the title of the sale,
the aim was always the same, viz: to
reduce the stock at the tag end of the
season so as not to carry over any-
thing into the next season. He says
that he has found this the most satis satisfactory,
factory, satisfactory, not only to himself, but also
tohis thousands of patrons, as the
latter are always sure of obtaining
new goods when he season opens, in instead
stead instead of possibly left overs of the last
The "hour sales" Saturday were
signal for' a rush to the certain de departments
partments departments in which extra specials
Some of the Frank sales are devot devoted
ed devoted only to special departments, but
the present clean-up proposition takes
in the whole establishment and this
puts Mr. Frank in position to serve
the whole family with dry good 3 and
The prices named in the thousands
of circulars distributed and also in
the Frank ads. are sufficient evidence
that the affair is a genuine clear-up
sale, and anyone in need of dry goods
should avail themselves of the oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity offered there.
TO BE SATISFIED
About the Constitutionality of the
Pending Child Labor Bills
Washington, July 24. President
Wilson discussed child labor legisla legislation
tion legislation with Senate Hoke Smith and
other legislators today. He indicated
that he would like to see the bill pas3
but will leave it to the democratic
Senate caucus. Senator Smith said
he was studying the constitutionality
of the measure and hasn't decided
how he will vote.
If Mr. Stevens, the shoemaker, and
a friend will go to the store of Mary
Basha, next door, and ask for bottled
coca-cola, they will be treated at the
expense of the Ocala Coca-Cola Bot Bottling
tling Bottling Works.
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS,
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day. Merchant'3 Cafe. tf'
OCALA EVENING STAB, MONDAY, JULY 24, 1916
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERT DAT EXCEPT SUNDAT
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R. R. Carroll, General Ma oarer Port V. lavBd, BaalaeM Maaaffer
J. II. Beajamla, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., poatof flee as second class matter.
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James Whitcomb Riley, the poet,
died at his home in Indianapolis Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night. He was about sixty sixty-eight
eight sixty-eight years of age.
The boys at Black' Point complain
of scarcity of wood. Veterans of the
" civil war say that one of the first
things a soldier needs to learn to do is
to steal wood.
Just wait till some sharks appear
in New York harbor. Then Atlanta
will find a few of them in Peachtree
We found" a loan shark on Peachtree
street thirty-three years ago. It's our
opinion he's even further from water
THE STAR'S PHONES
This country i? in no great danger
at present. There is no need of any
married man, or single man who has
others dependent on him, or any man
who is competently filling an useful
position, going into the army. But
there are a large number of young
men who are not supporting them themselves,
selves, themselves, let alone any one else, who
ought to volunteer. There are enough
of that class, hanging around street
corners and pool rooms, to whip Mex Mexico.
ico. Mexico. They would look a great deal
better in khaki trying to keep their
places in the ranks, than they look
now, living on their relations and
vaiting for philanthropists to come
along and offer them sun-proof jobs
at high wages.
That proposition, made by Mr.
George Easterling, and backed up by
Messrs. John Taylor and Ernest Mc
"Lin, to repair the Silver Springs road,
has not brought forth any more vol volunteers.
unteers. volunteers. It is a shame to see this
road, the most used in Marion county,
going to ruin for the lack of a little
attention. Most of the road is in good
condition, but every few hundred
yards Qiere is a hole, or a collection
of holes, that breaks the going. They
are becoming worse all the time, and
if .something is not done the entire
road will be ruined. Forty or fifty
teams, with the men to work them,
could put the roa in shape in a day
cr two, and it seems to the Star that
a community with as many people in
it as ,this one ought to be ableto do
such a stunt without straining itself.
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.
Mr. Powell is. making an extessive
automobile tour, and his conclusions
are arrived at after traveling over
several thousand miles of roads. His
testimony is interesting and valuable,
but, not surprising. Strictly speaking,
there is no ideal paving material, but
beyond question that which stands
the best, test and is most valuable for
this section of the country is brick. In
thickly populated parts of the country
where the cost does not have to be so
carefully considered as here, cement
may be used to better advantage, but
the cost of it would probably make it
prohibitive for Florida counties. The
question which Mr. Powell's letter
raises is one of great importance, for
the reason that composition, paving Is
finding favor in certain Florida coun counties
ties counties on account of the small cost of
putting it down. The cost of upkeep
does not seem to concern those in au authority,
thority, authority, or else they are woefully
misinformed concerning that feature.
It is to be hoped that the counties
which have chosen this class of pav paving
ing paving wiH realize the full value of the
good money they are spending for it,
but the testimony of those who have
observed does not support .this view.
While we are discussing what is
best to build roads of, it will be well
to take into consideration the follow
ing from the Orlando Reporter-Star:
A letter to the Tampa Tribune from
Willis B. Powell, which was reprinted
in yesterday's Reporter-Star, testifies
that brick and cement are being used
generally for road building; that as asphalt
phalt asphalt is being torn up, where it, has
been tried, and is being replaced with
either, cement or brick. Mr. Powel
goes further, and states that all kinds
of composition paving are being dis
carded in favor of brick and cement.
We don't suppose anybody will
deny that the Palatka News is a real-
y, truly democratic paper, and we
are quite sure that a large majority
of the newspaper men of the state
will admit, indeed they will assert,
that William A. Russell, editor of the
said, paper, is one of the most bril
liant and sensible editors in Florida.
Following is what the News? says
about the Knott-Catts contest, and it
is so near what the Star thinks that
we would appropriate it without
credit if we could: .
Keep Your Shirt On
When the state canvassing board
gave a certificate of nomination for
governor to the 'Rev. Sidney J. Catts
Rome howled and the heathen raged.
Also some people imagined a vain
When the supreme court on Mon Monday
day Monday denied the writ of i prohibition
asked for by Rev. Sidney J. Catts,
and granted W. V. Knott's petition
for al : artenative writ of mandamus
ordering a recount of the vote in Put Putnam
nam Putnam COUnty ; V
The Cattistas shrieked I
And the rightous man cried with
Job, "Even today is my complaint
bitter: My stroke is heavier than my
Billy Parker, when told the news,
said: "Oh, man you're spoofing me!"
(Billy was in Palatka.)
Now as everybody has made a
noise all have relieved themselves
let us get down to the root of the
matter in all seriousness an,d see
where we are at.
The Lake City Index says: Sidney
J. Catts is .the democratic nominee
for governor of Florida. Y The people
and not the courts are to settle this.
If Catts is not allowed his
place, the people are going to run
him and elect him anyway. He is the
nominee, and a failure to elect him
means 'disruption of, the party."
; The News agrees that "the people
and not the courts" shall settle this
That was Mr. Knott's idea when he
aked for a recount of the vote in
certain precincts of the state where
he had evidence, that the inspectors
had failed to count, or to properly
tabulate, all the votes. It is the voice
of the people that Mr. Knott has ask
ed for. :.v;-.: ", :-' - :
By opposing this recount Mr. Catts,
with his certificate of nomination in
his inside pocket, is satisfied. He
doesn't want to run any risk of los
ing this certificate, therefore hut op
position to a recount. ?
If Mr. Catts really wants the peo
pie to "settle this," why oppose why
fight an honest attempt to ascertain
the will of the people?
Here in Putnam county it is known
that in several precincts the second
choice votes were not counted at all
and that in others they were not prop
erly tabulated. A recount and retab
ulation of the votes as they were cast
by the people is all that is desired.
This recount and retabulation will be
done under the supervision of the
original inspectors and clerks of the
primary. The ballot boxes will not
be "stuffed." The recount will be con
ducted under the supervision of the
courts, and the will of the people wil
settle the matter at issue. Mr. Catts
has nothing to fear, unless it is defeat.
Certainly he doesn't want the nomi
nation unless he has been given it by
the votes of the people!
All this cry. of fraud is just so
much "yaller dogism" running ; riot,
The threat of the Lake City Index
that "if Catts is not allowed his place,
the people are going to run him and
elect him anyway," is probably not an
idle one.' It shows that at least one
XUatts' mouthpiece in its frenzy has
renounced orderly procedure through
the courts and a willingness to adopt
mob methods. : ". i
As for the News, it believes in the
integrity of our courts; it believes
also in the people.
And it does not believe that the
courts are antagonistic to the people,
nor the people to the courts'.
If the real voice of the people as
registered on June 6th last, and which
the court is simply trying to ascer ascertain,
tain, ascertain, designates the Rev. Sidney J.
Catts as the democratic nominee for
governor, then the News will support
Sidney J. Catts.
' But it isn't going to Jump on the
band wagon until the thing starts on
the .regular road to Tallahassee.
In the meantime it would advise
you to keep your shirt on, advice it
also intends to appropriate to its own
needs. Y:?v-,1 .-":
SAYS HE WILL VOTE STRAIGHT
The Tallahassee Democrat prints
the following interview with Catts:
"Several antagonistic newspapers
have stated that you would not vote
for the Wilson electors in November;
will you affirm or deny this?" asked
a Democrat reporter of Mr. Catts yesterday.
"Their statement is an unwarranted
fabrication," he replied.
"I have never voted other than a
democratic ticket, without addition or
substitution, and never expect to vote
any other kind. If Wilson is as satis
factory to the country as he is to me,
he will again be our president."
"Then settle another subject of
controversy. It is rumored that in
the event of your election you will not
appoint Judge J. W Perkins of De De-Land,
Land, De-Land, because he opposed you."
"Another unwarranted story. Judge
Perkins was nominated by the people
of his judicial circuit and I will cer certainly
tainly certainly respect their wishes. It will be
my policy as governor to let the peo people
ple people select their local officers as far as
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
CIIAPTKi? NO. IS, K. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
8 p.m. A. E. Burnett, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secy.
HABION-DUNN 3USOfC IXHXJK
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. 4
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evening of each month at
8:00 o'clock, until further notice.
E. a Webb, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad.
WOOD31K OP THE WORLD
MANY NEW BOOKS
FOR THE LIBRARY
Donations of books to the library
continue. Several very fine donations
ave 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.
OF MARTEL PRECINCT
Fort King Camp No. 14 sntets at
the K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every
second and fourth Friday. Visitln
sovereign? are always welcome. -'
J. W. Lamar, C C
v Chan- K. Sage. Clerk.
The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 28
Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members are
cordially invited to meet with us.
Kate B. Howell. M. R.
Lena Tompkins, M. E. C
OCALA LODGE NO. 285, B. P. O. E.
Ocaia" Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Ttaeeday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postofflce, east side.
R. S. Rogers, E. R.
E. J. Crook, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Convention
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. G. A. Nash, C. C.
Cnas. K. Sage. K. of R. 3. 'A.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
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 oclock, to consider the
proposition of bonding Marion county
and to elect delegates to a meeting in
J Ocala on August 7th, and to elect an
executive committeeman from Martel
precinct. L. D. Beck.
LAUNCH FOR SALE
ADVERTISE IN THE STAR.
Ocala dapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrk Myrtle G. Kramer. W. M.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, Secy.
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
The pride of our store is our
PRESCRIPTION service. None but
purest drugs used and no substitution
permitted. The Court Pharmacy, tf
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets every Tuesday evening is the
Odd Fellows hall on the third floor of
the Star office building at 8 o'clock
promptly. A warm welcome always
extended tD visiting brothers.
F. E. McClane, N. G.
L'. H. Pillaris, Secretary.
NEW MAXWELL CATALOG
IYD1NGS & GO
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,
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Fresh seeds of all
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We deliver all parcels of reasonable
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Ask your doctor to leave your pre prescriptions
scriptions prescriptions with us, as they are care-
We have a new perfume, Bouquet
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FACTS AlO JFIKGIUIRES ON IFIROIrOSIEO OOIMED ISSIUE
THE INFORMATION AND FIGURES WHICH THE COMMITTEE, CONSISTING OF W. D. CARN, DAVID S. WELCH AND E. M. OSBORNE, HAS COMPILED IN REGARD TO THE PROPOSED BOND ISSUE FOR PERMANENT ROADS IN MARI MARION
ON MARION COUNTY, WILL BE SENT TO THE VARIOUS PRECINCTS TODAY OR TOMORROW. THE COMMITTEE'S LETTER EXPLAINING THE PROPOSED ISSUE, AND THE FIGURES SHOWING THE EFFECT OF THE ISSUE ON TAXES, ARE, IN FULL,
AS FOLLOWS: '- -
To the Voters of Marion County:
We are spending $70,000 every year for up-keej
of our present hard roads and paying interest and
liquidating our present indebtedness. '
As you are aware there is a movement on foot to
bond the county for the purpose of building perma permanent
nent permanent roads. We find that 5 bonds to the amount
of $900,000 will retire the outstanding indebtedness
and build about 200'miles of sand-asphalt road, which
with small maintenance will last indefinitely.
The bonds .will take up the $110,000 warrants at
1 less than we are now paying.
We enclose a statement showing amount of bonds
to be issued each year with interest thereon and sink sinking
ing sinking fund carefully worked out, which we think can
not be disputed, showing that $900,000 of thirty-year
bonds can be issued; that these bonds will be paid off
in thirty years with all interest at the same or less
than the present millage and at the same time have a
; maintainance fund ample to keep all roads in good
repair and carry on general road work throughout
the county. We urge you to study this table care carefully
fully carefully and make your own calculations.
In making this able we 'have figured .that the
property of the county will increase each five years
15 per cent or at the rate of 3 per year. We do
net think this is as much as it will actually increase,
but certainly think we are safe in this estimate.
During the past ten years the records of the tax
assessor's office show an average increase of 3 per
year. Even without better roads we may expect this
increase in valuation, but with permanent roads and
the additions to our population we believe it will be
double this amount and only 3 increase is a very
Ipw estimate. V . '
' The following roads have been suggested and seem
to meet general, approval as pie roads to be made
permanent with the, bond issue, but changes can be
made as the people may decide best:
' Ocala and Mcintosh road.. I...... ........20 miles
Lowell and Flemington ..... . . ....... 10 miles
Ocala to Citra ... . '..i. ......... '. 18 miles
Silver Springs to Orange Springs and Put-
. nam T county 25 miles
Forks Silver Springs road to Sharp's Ferry. 7 miles
Sharpe's Feny to Moss Bluff and Lake Co.. 23 miles
Ocala to Lake Weir and Lake county. .... .24 miles
Belleview to Summerfield and Sumter Co... 6 miles
Ocala to Pedro and Dallas. ............. .16 miles
Ocala to Dunnellon. . . .. .24 miles
Ocala to St John's church. ... ., .. ...... .12 miles
Ocala to Blitchton and Levy county line. . .19 miles
. 204 miles
Remember the above are only suggested roads. If
the people think different roads best all well and
Nine, and three-quarter (9) mills, the present
levy for roads and indebtedness, produces $69, $69,-570
570 $69,-570 plus $3,000 tax redemptions and auto auto-duces
duces auto-duces $69,570 plus $3,000 tax redemptions and auto automobile
mobile automobile licenses, equals $72,570. This will enable us
to reduce the millage for 1917 from 9 mills to 8
mills, pay the $1474 interest as shown in table and
have $45,000 left for general road work. In 1918 we
can pay the $33,000 interest and $5,000 sinking fund
on 8 mills and have $22,000 left for general road-work
and for 1919, 1920 and 1921 on the same millage we
are assessing we can pay the $45,000 interest and
$5,000 sinking fund and have left each year $22,570
for general road world
1917 Interest Sinking
' v: Fund
Present coupon warrants. $110,000, 5,500.00 $
Jan. 1st issue 75,000 3,750.00
AprH 1st issue 75,000 2,812.50
July 1st issue 75.000 1,875.00
Oct. 1st issue ........... 75,000 937.50
, : III l i ii J a
$410,000 '$ 14,874.00
Bonds already issued. ., .5410.000 S 20,500.00
Jan. 1st issue ........... 100,000 5,000.00
April 1st issue .......... 100,000 3,750.00
July 1st issue ........... 100.000 2,500.00
Oct. 1st Issue 100,000 1,250.00
Sinking fund ....... ...... 5,000.00
Bonds already Issued. ... .$810,000 $ 40,500.00
Jan. 1st issue ........... 90,000 4",500.00
f-; ii. i 1 1 j j i i ii 1 1
$900,000 $ 45,000.00
Sinking- fund ............ 5,000.00
Interest on sinking' fund. 200.00
Bonds already issued..... $900,000 $ 45,000.00
Sinking fund ............ 5,000.00
Interest on sinking fund . 410.00
Bonds already Issued.. ..'.$900,000 45,000.00
Sinking fund 5,000.00
Interest on sinking: fund 624.40
Dec. 31, 1921, can pay off $21,000, leaving- $879,000 un unpaid.
paid. unpaid. .:':.
9 mills present levy with 15 increase in prop property
erty property will produce $80,005 plus $3000 tax redemptions
and auto tax, gives $83,005. 'This will enable us to
pay for the next five years the $43,950 interest and
$10,000 sinking fund and have $29,055 for general
road work; or, we can reduce the millage to 9 mills
and have $25,000 for general road work.
: ,-.L; 1922
Bonds unpaid ...$879,000 43.950.00
Sinking fund .. .1 ...... . $ 10,000.00
Sinking fund left over. .. 234.40
Interest on sinking fund. 9.38
' 1923 '"."
Bonds unpaid ... .;.
.$879,000 $ 43,950.00
.......... $879,000 43,950.00
f S 1U.O0W.UU
Interest on sinking fund 409.75
Interest on (sinking fund. 826.14
. ; 1925
Bonds -unpaid ..-....... $879,000 $ 43.950.00
Sinking fund 10,000.00
Interest on sinking fund. 1,259.1
..' 1926 :
Bonds unpaid .......... .$879,000 $ 43,950.00
Sinking-fund..... $ 10,000.00
Interest on sinking fund. 1,709.55
"Dec 31, 1926, can pay off $54,000, leaving $825,000 un unpaid.
paid. unpaid. 9 mills with 15 increase in values will produce
$92,000 plus 3000 other resources equals $95,000.
This will pay all interest and sinking fund and leave
$33,750 for general road work; or, we can reduce the
millage to 9 mills and have $28,000 for general road
$825,000 $ 41,250.00
... S 20,000.00
Bonds unpaid ...$825,000 $ 41,250.00
Sinking fund ........... $ 20,000.00
Interest on sinking fund. 800.00
Sinking- fund .... J
Bonds unpaid $825,000 $ 41,250.00
Sinking fund $ 20,000.00
Interest on sinking fund. 1,632.00
Bonds -unpaid $825,000 $ 41,250.00
Sinking" fluid $ 20,000.00
Interest on sinking fund. 2,497.28
Bonds unpaid $825,000 $ 41,250.00
fiinkinff'fund $ 20,000.00
Interest on sinking fund. 3,397.17
Dec 31, 1931, can iay off $107,000, leaving $718,000
9 mills with 15 increase in values will produce
$105,800 plus $3000 other resources equals $108,800.
This will pay all interest and sinking fund for the
nextlfive years and have left $42,900 for general road
work; or, we can reduce the millage to 8 mills and
have left more than $30,000 for general road work.
Bonds unpaid $718,000 $ 35,900.00
Sinking fund $ 30,000.00
Sinking fund left over.. 426.56
Interest on sinking fund. 17.06
Bonds unpaid $718,000 $ 33.900.00
Sinking fund $ 30,000.00
Interest on sinking fund. 1,217.74
$718,000 $ 35.900.00
Bonds unpaid .
Interest on sinking fund.
Sinking fund ..........
Interest on sinking fund.
...$718,000 $ 35,900.00
Bonds unpaid ......
Interest on sinking fund
.$718,000 $ 35,900.00
Dec. 31, 1936, can pay off $163,000, leaving $555,000
9 mills with 15 increase in values will produce
$122,670 plus $3000 other resources equals $125,670.
This will pay all interest and sinking fund and have
left $52,920 for general road work, or we can reduce
the millage to 8 mills and have left more than $35,000
for general road work.
Bonds -unpaid f ........ .$555,000 ,$ 27,750.00
Sinking fund $ 45,000.00
Sinking fund left over.. 8.66
Bonds unpaid '. $555,000 $ 27,750.00
Sinking fund $ 45,000.00
Interest on sinking fund. 1,8Gj0.35
Bonds unpaid .....$555,000 $ 27,750.00
Sinking fund I 45,000.00
Interest on sinking fund 3,672.36
Bonds unpaid ..... $355,000 $ 27.750.00
Sinking fund '. $ 45,000.00
Interest on sinking fund 5,619.5
Bonds unpaid . '. ....... .$555,000 $ 27,750.00
Sinking fund 45,000.00
Interest on sinking fund. 7,644.04
, Dec ZU 1941, can pay off $243,000 leaving $312,000
9 mills with 15 increase in values will produce
$141,070 plus $3000 other resources equals $144,070.
This will pay al interest and sinking fund for the
next five years and have left $G8,470; or, we can
reduce the millage to 8 mills and have more than
$45,000 left for general road work.
Bonds unpaid, $312,000 $ 15,600.00
Sinking fund ....... I 60,000.00
Sinking fund left over. . 744.96
Interest on sinking fund 29.59
Bond's unpaid .......... .1312,000 $ 13,600.00
Sinking fund $ 60.000.00
Interest on sinking fund. 2.430.9:
Bonds unpaid ......... ..$312,000 I 15,600.00
Sinking fund $ 60,000.00
Interest on sinking fund. 4,928.23
Bonds unpaid ......... ..$312,000 $ 15,600.00
Sinking fund $ 60,000.00
Interest on sinking fund. 8,405.82
Bonds unpaid .$312,0t0 $ 15,600.00
Sinking fund" $ 4S.198.S0
Interest on sinking fund. 10.261.69
.Dec 31, 1946, can pay ofT $312,000 leaving no unpaid
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JULY, 24, 1916
Tie CoiiraieExia! ;Baik
CAPITAL STOCK S50.000.00.
Stale, County and; City I Depository.
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v We offer for sale at sacrifice the following second hand automo automobiles:
biles: automobiles: ' '
1 OVERLAND TOURING CAR ...1 ........ $150.00
1 CADILLAC TOURING CAR .. .$150.00 4
1 CHALMERS TOURING CAR . $150.00 1
' 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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If You Have any News for this De-
partment, Call Up Five-One
Mr. Fred Meffert and Miss Lilian
Neidenhofer were very quietly mar married
ried married at noon yesterday at the home of
the bride's parents, Rev. and Mrs.
Neidenhofer, at LoweL Only the
members of the two families were
present. The bride's father, Rev.
Neidenhofer, pastor of the German
church at Lowell, officiated. Follow Following
ing Following the wedding Mr. and Mrs. Meffert
left for a trip on the East Coast, and
on their return they expect to go to
housekeeping near Lowell, where Mr.
Meffert is making a splendid success
of farming. Mr. Meffert is a son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Meffert, of Ocala.
He and his bride have many friends
who wish them happiness.
Mr. Abner Pooser, formerly of this
city, who began as one of the lowest
priced clerks in the McCrorey com company's
pany's company's five and ten cent store in
Ocala, was promoted to have charge
of the warehouse and afterwards
given the management of the DeLand
store of the company, which position
he has filled to the entire satisfaction
of the company, for the past two or
three years has been transferred to
Tallahassee, where he has the man management
agement management of the company's store which
does a larger business. Mrs. Pooser,
his mother, w ho has been wi(h her
daughter, Mrs. R. O. Connor in this
city for the past two months, left
Sunday morning for Tallahassee,
where she will keep house for her son.
Abner Pooser was raised in Ocala and
has a host of friends here who will be
glad to know that he is doing so well.
Miss Lillie Eagan of Jacksonville,
who is visiting her uncle, Mr. E. B.
George at Lowell, is the guest of Miss
Mrs. F. E. Sheppard of Daytona is
in the city the guest for a week : of
her son, Mr. Usher Norwood. Mrs.
Sneppard was accompanied by Mrs.
Usher Norwood and little son.
' 'V i-yV; :VC-'
Miss Rosebud Robinson, who arriv
ed in Jacksonville recently for a visit
with her brother and sister-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett E. .Robinson,
will remain for an etended visit. Miss
Robinson is being delightfully enter
tained a number of social affairs hav
ing been given in her honor. Times
' 1 1 : '. .' '.- :M : X:,-
Mrs. Edward Drake and children,
Master Ted Drake and little Miss
Frances Drake have arrived' from
Ocala and will spend some time at the
military service club at the state
camp, while Capt. Drake is located
there with the militia.- Times-Union.
m m m
Mr. and Mrs. John Z. Reardon, who
were married recently in Greenville,
S. C, will arrive during the week, and
will be at home to their friends at 134
West Fourth street, Springfield.-Times-Union.
Mr. Herbert L. Anderson of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, formerly of this city, is
spending the week-end with Mr. and
Mrs. R. L; Anderson.
Miss Sims of Anthony has resumed
her place in Frank's store during the
big sale that is now on. Miss Sims,
friends have missed her, and wish she
would stay for keeps.
Miss bugenia ; Fuller expects to
leave about the first to spend the re remainder
mainder remainder of the summer with her
friends a Galbraith Springs, Tenn.
) m m m
Miss Jessie French Chamberlain, j
very attractive young lady of Jack
sonville, is the guest of her sister,
Mrs. Herbert Lattner.
? The members of the Woman's
Christian Temperance Union will hold
their regular monthly business meet
ing on Tuesday afternoon, July 25th
at the Presbyterian church at 4 p. m.
All ladies invited to attend.
George Beban will be seen at the
Temple theater this afternoon and to
night in "Pasquale." Beban will be
remembered here for his remarkable
character work in "An Alien," the
movie feature" done from his vaude
ville sketch 'At the Sign of the Rose."
In "Pasquale" there is an actual auto
mobile smash up. -The smash oc
curred accidentally as the picture was
being filmed,' and the cameraman
'When you have plumbing or elec
trical contracting let us furnish you
estimates. No job too large and none
to small. H. W. Tucker. tf
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World, Atlanta Journal, Savannah
Morning News, Hearst's Sunday
American St. Louis Post Dispatch,
and Chicago Herald.
See the new cigar ease where you
can get a good cigar.
My stock of cigarettes, smoking
and chewing tobacco is new, and of
A fresh line of package candies
and chewing gum.
Come in and look over a new lot
of 50 cent books.
A. R GERIG
CONFESSES ON DEATHBED
By the Story a Young Woman of Jack
sonville, Fla, Long Suspected of
Crime, Is Exonerated. .
Jacksonville, Fla. A belated confes
sion in a local hospital by a dying
woman clears up a murder mystery
and exonerates a well-known young
woman of this city. For seven years
that young woman has lived under the
stigma of having committed the crime,
although she has stoutly asserted that
she was Innocent.
Miss Jesse Brown is the young wom
an. The "other woman" is Laura Ldv-
ngston, who, at the point of death
from tuberculosis, was unwilline to
die In silence when her speech could
right a great wrong that had been
done to an innocent woman.
The man who was killed was Earl
Adams, an actor, then director of
the Mable Paige stock company. In
April, 1909, that company was play
ing m jacKsonviiie ana Adams was
engaged to be married to Miss Brown.
According to the story then told, he
desired to. break his engagement with
Miss Brown so that he might marry
Miss Elizabeth Bagley. According to
that same story, which had trained
credence and was regarded as true un
til today, Adams was shot by Miss
Brown when he went to her home to
explain why he had broken his engage engagement.
ment. engagement. Miss Brown was arrested at the
time, but freed through lack of evi evidence.
dence. evidence. All of those theories were disproved
n the light of the confession of Laura
Livingston,; who says that Adams was
shot by Charles Wiggins, her sweet
heart. : 'v
NEW DEVICE TO AID BUND
Vienna Scientist Invents Machine That
Will Make "Reading" Easier
Vienna. Dr. Max Ilerz, a well-
known Vienna scientist, has invented
sort of combination of talking ma-
chineand telegraph which will enable
the blind to "read" with far greater
ease than the present cumbersome and
costly Braille books.
The principle of the new device lies
In the conveying of Morse or other
telegraphic signs to the blind through
the sense of hearing. On the machine
are placed small records, each of which
may contain a wnoie story, written out
To produce these records a further
Instrument, composed of two Morse
keys and electric sounders, is required,
the sounders being connected with a
needle which cuts Into the prepared
wax record. The records consist only
of long and short sounds,' and they
can be sold at extraordinarily low
It Is proposed through this medium
to Issue a daily newspaper for the
BIG ALLIGATOR IS KILLED
Was Nine Feet Long and
In Proportion Explains
- Missing Pigs.'
Valdesto, Ga. L. S. Roberts, who
lives nine or ten miles from this city
on the Barretts road, went out on his
place the other day and after beating
about in a section of Grand. Bay for a
short while managed to kill about the
biggest alligator seen in that neighbor neighborhood
hood neighborhood in years. The alligator measured
nine, feet in length and was big in
Mr. Roberts had been missing some
pigs for several days and decided to
take a look in the edge of the swamp
for them. He noticed a big' alligator
hole, after walking about in the edge
of the swamp for some time. He se se-cured
cured se-cured a piece of meat and an alligator
hook and proceeded to "fish" for the
The alligator could not resist the
meat and after a few minutes Mr. Rob Roberts
erts Roberts pulled the huge fellow out of his
hole. He shot him five times.
WILL STICK TO THE NAVY
A. W. Niland chief machinist's
mate on the U. S. S. Ozark, who won
the $10,000 pearl necklace, the most
valuable prize offered at the recent
allies' bazaar in New York, declares
"no matter what the necklace may
brine me nothing will tempt me to
leave the United States navy."
ADVERTISE IN THE STAR.
Constipation and Indigestion
"I have used Chamberlain's Tablets
and must say they are the best I have
ever used for constipation and indi
gestjon. My wife also used them for
lndieestion and they did her eood.'
writes Eugene S. Knight, Wilmington,
N. C. Chamberlain's Tablets are mild
and gentle in their action. Give them
. .. ....
a tnai. iou are certain to De pieasea
with the agreeable laxative effect
which they produce,
Best local Talent Entertainment Ever
ALL THE BEST MATERIAL IN THE CITY IS HELPING
New Costumes, Killing Jokes, Attractive Scenery, Beautiful Melodies
and Good Music. YouH Laugh You'll enjoy it. It will be worth twice the
t money. Then you are helping a good local cause.
V LLJ LJ i -J Li v J i -J
buBs- I CHERO---'MrJ
1 ; Wl sterilized, s
I 'nSrT'l I at the plant.
KliOWS' lift fountain method.
SEMINOLE BUS CO'S.
Beginning Saturday 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 Oklawaha ave avenue,
nue, avenue, east to Main, south to Fort King
avenue, east to Herbert street, south
to South Sixth street, east to Lake
Weir road, south to South Eighth
street, west to Tuscawilla, north to
South Second street, west to Pine
street, north to Broadway, east to
Main, north to Oklawaha avenue, west
Take Rexall liver salts for
tired, lazy feeling. Gerigs
W. K. LANE, M. D., -prysiclan and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. tf 1
W. F. BALUNGER 1
Tin and Sheet Iron Roofing,
. Cornice, Spouting, Skylights,
Tanks and General Repair
Sheet Iron and Copper Work
Phone Yonge's Tin Shop 383 j
210 S. Osceola St, Ocala, F j.
AUTO REPAIR SHO
FOR ANYTHING AND
I Antfimnhl IP KPTiflinnn
410 N. Orange St
Now on Sale at Court Pharmacy
2Sc, SOc, 7Sc
carbonated water are accu
rately measured by machin machinery,
ery, machinery, therefore you get the
same uniform pleasing fla flavor
vor flavor in every bottle, which
: is absolutely impos-
ts ordinary soda
You can get your CHERO-
COLA'In a Bottle Through
a Straw" at Soda Fountains
and other Refreshment
it by its name.
STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
For information or reservations call on
M R. WILLIAMS, T. A. J. G KIRKLAND, D. P. A.
. .. Ocala, Fla. Tampa, Fla
From Jacksonville to
New York and return . $35.00
Baltimore and return. . 32.00
Philadelphia and return. 35.00
Washington and return. 34.00
Savannah and return... 6.00
Throne-h tickets to all Eastern
1916, with privilege .of stopovers at principal points. Sailings from
Jacksonville, via Savannah to Baltimore Wednesday and Saturday. To
Philadelphia July 2, 13 and 24, An?. 3, 13, 24, at 4 p. m.
Steamships Suwannee and Somerset have staterooms de luxe with
baths, also shower rooms, liot and cold, fresh and salt. Running water
in all rooms. Wireless telegraph on all ships. Accommodation- unsur unsurpassed.
passed. unsurpassed. Reservation, foare or any information cheerfully furnished
on application. Ask for tbur book.
Address Merchants & Miners Trans. Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
H. C. AVERY, Agt. L. D. JONES, C A. J. F. WARD, T. P. A.
W. P. TURNER, G. P.A. Baltimore, Maryland
Fill jour home atmosphere with exquisite lasting fragrance
m PINAWS LILAC
The great French perfume,- winner of highest international
awards. Each drop as sweet and fragrant as the living Lilac
blossom. A celebrated connoisseur said: "I don't see how
you can sell such a remarkable perfume for 75 cents a bottle ana
remember each bottle contains 6 oz. it is wonderful value. ,rrlt
Ask your dealer today for ED. FRAUD'S LILAC. For lO centi
our American offices will send you a testing bpttle. UnU to?.
PARFUMERIE ED. PINAUD, De?t H ED. PIKAID El fa Ycrli
Held in the City
II 1 II 1111 t I t I t i I 1
mm.. i w
COLA is sold
riEW YORK and Return
Tickets on Sale Daily with final limit October 31st.
PHILADELPHIA and Return
Tickets on Sale Daily with final limit October 31sL
CHICAGO and Return
Tickets on Sale Daily with final limit October 31sL
CIMCIfJATTI and Return
Tickets on Sale Daily with final limit October 31st.
via ; .
Boston and return $43.C3
Providence and return . 41.0D
Blue Mountain and return 25-50
Atlantic City and return. 3S.50
Asbury Park and return. 3S.5Q
resorts, with return limit October 31,
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JULY 24, 1916
AN IMPORTANT'. LETTER
FROM A TALLAHASSEE
Tallanasrc, FLa. "I have taken Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription and hare
found it just what
it is claimed to be.
I had woman's
trouble. After my
first baby was born
my health was
ruined. 1 was so
nervous and weak
T . 1
" x "T7 coma not ao my
S.-Afif'lfo. work. Was told by
Prescription and I
cent and pot a bottle. I could tell
that it had helped me. I took five
bottles in til and can say that it has
curea me. 1 can do mv work. It is a
pleasure to me to be well, and I would
advise all mothers to take Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription. I always tell the
good news to all." Mrs. Balue Sith,
145 St. Franc) St., Tallahassee, Fla.
There is nothing that will bring com comfort
fort comfort and renew hope to the invalid bo
surely as good news. When the vital
forces are ai low ebb and everything
seems useless a ray of joy and assurance
will stimulate the weary body. A letter
from a loved cne lias turned the tide in
many a &k(;e 0 tic&oi' iiti.
Doctor Iri'.'rce, of the In wdids' Hotel,
Buffalo, N. YM ban r;ood news for every
'suffering woman. Write him to-d ty and
tell hini your troubles, and he will send
you just thy ri.jfc advice to restore you
to health ai.i c.vbg back the rosea to
your checkj, and without charge. His
"jbavorite Pre Tipticn" has been the
rweue of thoiitcnci of buffering women.
Many gratc-fui jtatici-vs 1 vo t-ken Dr.
Pierce's advi e.
9 vv A TT "A MlTTTTT7lTnT7in V
9 I II I V I II I I I M II : H f
No. 39, A. C. L., was late Satur Saturday
day Saturday afternoon, for the first time in a
The Atlantic Coast Line is putting
in a new siding to serve the new light
and water plant.
OLD MIRRORS re-silvered, Safety
Razor Blades re-sharpened. Detter Detter-ich,
ich, Detter-ich, 428 N. Magnolia St. 4t
, Much amusement was caused Sat Saturday
urday Saturday afternoon by a bewildered colt,
which followed an auto around the
square. .' v.. '-r. '"
.Bend ihn-tt dime (ar stamps) for mail mail-Lfc
Lfc mail-Lfc b t- Lh VJercs lnvufi.1V HoteL
HuSJx,, y.. V., Jii 1 you vA'.t receive a
copy of t!i "CV-rrrr.on Susa Medical
ITS A MIGHTY SUM CHAUOE
that insects have in a home where
FENOLE is used.
FENOLE stands alone as the in in-sectide
sectide in-sectide that "Hits them where
they live," and puts them out of
business without regard to class,
color or size.
FENOLE is to be used anywhere
a'nd everywhere in the home; the
insect hidden away in the darkest
corner or the deepest fold of car-
pet, bedding, or clothing, has no
more chance for his life than his ?
fellow bug who risks it in the
open." -;. ; ''
FENOLE IS SOLD IN OCALA BY
Marion Hardware Co.
Tyding's Drug Co.
Smith Grocery Co.
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.
The county commissioners met in
special session today to receive the
tax books from Assessor Alfred Ayer,
and to equalize taxes.
A hustling young man with good
reputation and references has an op opportunity
portunity opportunity to get a place on a farm.
Annlv to Z. C. Chambliss & Co. 24-3t
Mr M wf
Page Peters, who will be seen at
the Temple today with George Beban
in "Pasquale," was drowned recently
in California. He is, a brother of
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 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
GOLDMAN'S SALE A GOLD MINE
Mr. Herbert L. Anderson of Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville is circulating among his Ocala'
friends, whom he numbers by his bid
acquaintances, made during his many
years residence here before moving
to the metropolis.
The Silver Springs postoffice is to
be discontinued August 1. The peo people
ple people who now obtain their mail at the
Springs will receive it via the Ocala
and Connor rural route, which will be
much more convenient.
Messrs. J. H. Spencer, S. M. Lum Lum-mus
mus Lum-mus and his son Marion, and Mr. P.
V. Leavengood went in Mr, Lummus'
Reo, car to Mr. Spencer's island home,
at the mouth of the Withlacoochee
river, Saturday afternoon and remain remained
ed remained till this morning.
Among the pleasant visitors at the
springs Sunday.were Mr. L. C. Hes Hester
ter Hester and family of Williston. A Star
renorter told Mr- Hester it seemed
mighty dull this summer without a
county division campaign. Mr, Hes Hester
ter Hester said he didn't think there would be
Iclver & MaetCay
UNDERTAKERS and EUB4MIERS
PHONES 47, 104 05
Private Alex. Woods of Company A
was in, the city Sunday. He and a
bunch of the other boys, ran away
from -the camp at 'Black Point and
came home to see their, sweethearts
and eat some home-cooked victuals.
Alex went back to the camp on this
morning's train, and it is to be sup supposed
posed supposed that most of the other boys did
the same thing. Alex said he expect expected
ed expected to be put in the guardhouse when
he returned, but he didn't seem much
cast down at the prospect. He says
the boys are all well and lively, arid
getting more lively every day.
Mr. Samuel E. Leigh pulled off an
unusual stunt at Silver Springs Sun
day afternoon. He was in swimming,
when the glass-bottomed boat, con
tabling Mrs. Leigh and several
friends, returned from a trip to the
Ladies' Parlor and other points. Mr.
Leigh dived and the next thing his
wife and friends knew he was smiling
up at them thru the glass in the bot
tom of, the boat. In case of war, Mr.
Leigh intends, to offer his services to
the submarine department of the
A fishing party composed of Messrs.
Walter O. Perkins, R. E. Fort, L. J
Blalock and John Etty have returned
from a trip to Salt Springs. They
left Ocala via Silver Springs last
Monday morning and made the trip
down the run, the Oklawaha river and
Lake George, camping en route wher
ever night overtook them. They were
I very successful in their fishing opera
tions and enjoyed the outing
, W. K. LANE, M. D., Prysiclan and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Will continue until further notice, and
we are receiving new goods every day
that will also be, placed in the sale
displays and sold at most reasonable
prices. .In justice to yourself, look in
when you're out shopping as you're
certain to save money.
Why Pay More ?.
The great Adjustment Sale at Gold Goldman's'
man's' Goldman's' store enters today into its fifth
week. Instead of showing any abate
ment or falling off in interest, the in
terest in the sale is on the increase
and the public is still calling eagerly
for the : many bargains that this
house of .bargains is offering them,
and, as one satisfied customer who
had come again and again to the sale,
told Mr. Goldman, the sale "was prov
ing a gold mine" to her, for she had
a large family and the savings in the
many bargains she had been able to
get there meant a great deal to her.
The sale will be continued indefi indefinitely,
nitely, indefinitely, The Goldman store has a rep reputation
utation reputation that the proprietor is justly
proud of as a bargain or high value
giving house, and with a sale of this
kind on, when the large stock is offer
ed at such unusually low prices to
stimulate trade and reduce the great
stock of goods, the people certainly
appreciate the effort and give ita
, Mr. Goldman's Adjustment sale is
a big success a continued success
Get your share of the big bargains.
Private Max Tobleske of Company
A, Second Florida Regiment now in
camp at Black Point, is home on
furlough of five days to visit his wife
and children. Max is one of thp- loya
Americans who refuses to ask for i
discharge from the troops on accouni
of being a married man; having made
every provision for his family's com
fort during his term of service. From
present indications Max says the
company will not leave Black Point
for Texas until the first of August,
He reports the boys of Company A
are all well and anxious to go to the
Dr. Jack Halton of Sarasota, who
will be one of the principal corned
ians in the Commercial Club minstrels
to be seen1 at the Temple theater on
Wednesday night, has arrived in the
city, and is the guest of W. Austin
Bennett at the Ocala House. Dr. Hal-
ton hits brought with him a new series
of jokes to wish on Wednesday
night's audience. He also' has a fine
baritone voice. Tickets for the per
formance are selling rapidly, and be
fore the curtain rises it is expected
that the S. R. O. sign will be displayed.
Pure drugs, prompt service and no
substitution in our PRESCRIPTION
department. Tell your physician to
leave yours with us. The Court
"BEQIN!" THAT'S THE MAGIC WORK
Late Saturday night Deputies Wes
and Osteen from the sheriff's office
arrested a gang of negroes who were
gambling near Belleview. The pris
oners were tried before Judge Smith
this morning, and fined $5 and costs,
or given thirty days. Two of the ne negroes,
groes, negroes, Henry Jones and Andrew
Young, were charged with carrying
guns. Young was fined $100 and
costs, or three months, and Jones will
be tried this afternoon on the gun
charge. The negroes charged with
gambling were: Sherman Jones, Jim
Slack, Henry Jones, Willie Curley,
Josh Johnson, Lonzie Nun and An Andrew
drew Andrew Young.
l ip YOU are not dealing with us now, begin today. We are offering
1 you groceries at prices which will save you money. If you only
save a dime today it counts. Take care of the dimes and the dollars will
take care of themselves.
A million men say every day, "I mean to save money and will be begin
gin begin tomorrow. Here is where you can begin saving today. Tomorrow
can never come. v
Here is our list of Extra Special Cash Values and the prices are good for the following days only
onday 24th, Tuesday 25th
Kingan's Reliable Hams, per pound .
Kingan's Shamrock Breakfast Bacon ', Sliced, per lb.......
. Kingan's Porter Breakfast Bacon, sliced, per lb. ......J...
Kingan's Picnic Hams, (shoulders' smoked just right, per lb.
WHITE BACON, per lb......... .. ...
Lard Compound, per lb.. ...... . . .....................
Cloverbloom Butter, in pound prints, per lb................
Irish Potatoes, large and fancy, per peck.
Full Cream Cheese, per lb........ ...
No. 2 tins Florida Tomatoes, per tin .......
. . .8c
. No.. 3 tins Maryland Tomatoes, per tin .....'..lie
No. 2 tins Van Camp's Baked Kidney Beans, per tin 9c
25c tins Sunkist Asparagus, per tin, .20c
30c tins Royal Scarlet Table Peaches, per tin................. 2 6c
12 pound bags Table Talk Flour for .... 44c
24 pound bags Table Talk Flour, for .85c
12 pound bags Obelisk Flour, for .... .................... 50c
24 pound bags Obelisk Flour for .. .' $1 00
, Every bag guaranteed. .We are advised that we will see no cheap
flour until September. Youi will make no mistake in huying now.
The above list is composed of staple groceries: goods you need every day.
and the prices are low. Let us have your order.
Oo Ko Teapot Qroe
Every item is first-class
PHONES 16 and 174
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, Anthcny road, phone
393, Ocala, Fla. 6-9-16-tf
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Every family without exception
should keep this preparations at hand
during the hot weather of the summer
months. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
. i t: i t j Lt- t
aiiu iittrruuea xveiueuy is wurwi many
times its cost when heeded and is al almost
most almost certain to be needed before the
summer is over. 1 has no superior
for the purposes for which it is in intended.
tended. intended. Buy it now. Obtainable ev everywhere.
erywhere. everywhere. Adv.
V BUSINESS FOR SALE
. Electrical, and plumbing establish establishment.
ment. establishment. Will sell at invoice prices.
This is a good buy as there is going
to be about $40,000 worth of plumb plumbing
ing plumbing work installed in Ocala within the
next few years. H. Wi Tucker, Ocala,
Biliousness and Stomach Trouble
"Two years ago I suffered from fre frequent
quent frequent attacks of stomach trouble and
biliousness," writes Miss Emma Ver
bryke, Lima, Ohio. "I could eat very
little food that agreed with me and I
became so dizzy and sick at my
stomach at times that I had to take
hold of something to keep from fall falling.
ing. falling. Seeing Chamberlain's Tablets
advertised I decided to try them.
improved rapidly."- Obtainable every
When you have plumbing or elec electrical
trical electrical contracting let us furnish von
estimates. No job too large and none
to small. H. W. Tucker. M
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Taking Big Chances
It is a great risk to travel without
a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic. Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy, as this
preparation cannot be obtained on the
trains or steamshins. Attacks of
bowel complaint are often sudden and
very severe, and everyone should go
prepared for them. Obtainable pvprv.
CALL PHONE 13 For prompt ser service
vice service 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
jtiUomijK ajntjjj A re reliable
liable reliable white woman is wanted for
housekeeper at Loughman, Fla. Ap
ply at Star office if interested. 18-tf
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms
for housekeeping; all conveniences,
bath, etc. Address "D" care Star of
fice or phone 494. s 7-18-6t
C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
WkLBUR W. C. SrsllTH
Phooe 10 Ocala, Fla'.
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, 1G6
acres of good land in Indiana. P. D.
Odell, 413 8th SW Ocala, Fla. 7-17-6t
FOR SALE Growing crops on five
acres; lot farming t&ols, wagons, one
horse and household furniture, for
$150 cash. Located corner of Eighth
street and Summerfield avenue. Must
be sold at once. Apply to Michael
Keleman, Ocala, Fla. ,7-17-6t
FOR RENT A well located cottage
of five rooms, three blocks from the
square; all modern conveniences. Ap
E MOW TO IFULL BLAST
npHIS ?ale opened up Saturday and all day long
U- there was a rush of satisfied customers.
Many of them would not believe the price tickets as
the figures on them were so rediculously small.
Every one of them were loud in their praise of the
Great Values found in both stores.
We are to busy to quote prices in this advertise advertisement,
ment, advertisement, but a visit to this sale will be profitable to you.
Everything in the house has been reduced. Not
an item has been reserved.
New and old goods must go in this sale.
Frank was the originator of Special Sales in Ocala
and is still the leader.
Frank s sales are too well known to need any more
Donl Stay Away. Rain or
Sale will last till August 5th, but the assortments
are greater at the beginning.
PICNIC AT OAK GROVE
There will be a picnic at Oak Grove,
three miles east of Mornston Satur
day, July 29th. Everybody come and
bring full baskets. Baseball game and
various other amusements in the aft
Try Bouquet Dozira perfume, $2
per ounce, a" Ceng's. tf.
.At Your Service Any Hour
DAY or NIGHT
Reasonable Prices Terms Cash
: JOHN NEEDHAM :
Z Residence Phone 526 2
WHITE STAR LINE
Teams for Rent Ugh! andiHeavy Hauling Moving, Packing
Advertise in the Star.
ply to R. R. Carroll, Star office, tf
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