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Partly cloudy tonight and Tuesday.
Occasional showers central and. south
Onrushing Waves of Entente Batter their De Defenses
fenses Defenses West and East
Foeiii m otiitisii steadily
Petrograd, July 31. The Russians
pursuing the Teutons in the region of
Brody on the Volhynian and Galician
frontier have reached the rivers Gran Gran-erki
erki Gran-erki and Sereth, it is officially an announced.
nounced. announced. ALLIES GAIN ON SOMME FRONT
London, July 31 -The British last
night advanced north of Bazentin Bazentin-Lepetit
Lepetit Bazentin-Lepetit on the Somme front, says the
London war office.
Paris says German counter, attacks
on the Somme front were repulsed.
ZEPS BUSY AGAIN
The second Zeppelin raid on the
east "coast of England within a week
I occurred this morning. An official an announcement
nouncement announcement says an aeroplane attack attacked
ed attacked one of the dirigibles.
ARABS PRESSING THE TURKS
A news dispatch to London says
the Arab forces sent to Hajas, on the
coast of the Red Sea, after Jedda fell,
captured the Turkish town, fort and
garrison of Yambo.'
... Portuguese naval forces operating
in East Africa were repulsed in fight fighting
ing fighting with Germans.
ITALIANS LOSE A STEAMER
The Italian' steamer Danola has
TEUTONS FAIL TO STEM THE
The opening of the present week
finds the prospects of the entente al allies
lies allies perhaps brighter than in any pre previous
vious previous period of the war, according to
the views held here, and the position
of the Central Powers more discour discouraging.
aging. discouraging. Gen. Brussiloff's striking vic victories
tories victories present the German general
staff with the imperative problem of
how to reinforce .the eastern front
since Gen. von Linsingen, who was
sent by the Germans to aid the shat shattered
tered shattered Aiistrians, now has been com completely
pletely completely thrust back from the Lutsk
But the same problem is presented
on the western front, says an unoffi
cial correspondent, the ceaseless bat battle
tle battle seems steadily to gain intensity.
"Doubtless the constant arrival of
fresh German troops and guns," he
' adds, "has everything to do with this
result. The enemy shows an increas
ing tendency to counter-attack."
These counter-attacks have failed
to stem the steady "entente allied ad advances,
vances, advances, and althougn at present the
fighting on the Somme is -mainly de devoted
voted devoted to obtaining mastery of small
strategic, positions, which will be the
keys to further progress, there is yet
no sign of the Germans making any
ANOTHER OUTBREAK IN'
TAv;nr Jnlv ai .-There was a rev
a "A11bl J
olutionary outbreak in Hankow last
night. The district was burned and
looted and many natives killed before
foreign volunteers checked tne upns
ing. ,; -. :
BIAXWELL CARS DELAYED
The Maxwell" agency has had bad
luck in getting cars from the factory.
The first carload of six struck the
comer of the flooded section of Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee and was held up". Two car carloads
loads carloads are now en route from the
Detroit factory and tne twelve ma machines
chines machines will certainly arrive in a day
or two. In the meantime, several
customers are waiting most patiently
for the shipment, the first of the 1917
We have a nsw. perfume, Bouquet
Dozira, & fine lasti extract, $2 per
cur.ce. Gerig's. tf
gaiii oh soni froiit nussiAns have reached graiierk
AIID SERETEI RIVERS
Bunch of Bandits Wiped Out by Reg Regulars
ulars Regulars and National
(Associated Press) s
El Paso, July 3L- Private John
Twoney, of Troof F, Eighth United
States cavalry and Egbert Woods, a
customs inspector were ; killed and
one soldier wounded in a clash be between
tween between Mexican bandits who crossed
the Rio v Grande below Fort Hancock
this morning. There "were, five ban bandits
dits bandits in the party and reports received
here indicate all were killed. The re reports
ports reports state regulars were supported
by a detail of Co. C, Massachusetts
Passengers of Dutch Liner Wilhelmina
Seem to Have Escaped in
(Associated Press) ;
London, July 31.-r-The Dutch mail
steamer Koningin Wilhelmma struck
a mine near tne JNortn Hinder iignt-.
ship, says a The Hague dispatch' to
Reuter's. The passengers left -in the
lifeboats and made for the lightship.
HUGE SHIPMENT OF THREAD
In the A. C. L. freight depot is a
single shipment of thirty cases of
knitting thread or yarn which the 18
knitting machines at the Ocala Knit Knitting
ting Knitting Mill will soon convert into knit knitted
ted knitted underwear. These' cases. average
400 pounds each, making a total of
12,000 pounds, which is quite a lot of
Few people realize tne importance
to Ocala of the Ocala Knitting Mill.
It is now employing 75 people, has
18 knitting machines and over 50 in
dividual machines used in the differ
ent finishing features of the garments.
Twelve to fourteen hundred dozen
finished garments are being shipped
north each week. If the factory could
deliver ten times this quantity each
week it would be taken by its selling
agents, Messrs. Clif t & Goodrich of
New York City, just like a bucket of
water is soaked up in dry sand.
It is very gratifying to know that
the mill has not had a single com complaint
plaint complaint from the hundreds of different
houses throughout the United tSates
to whom the goods have been shipped
by Clift & Goodrich, and some of the
big houses which have places orders
for as much as five thousand dozen
garments would soon complain, if the
goods were not giving their custom
ers entire satisfaction.
When one thinks of the many enter
prizes that have failed m the state,
some of them, unfortunately, in
Ocala, it is mighty fine to know that
this enterprise, fostered and operated
entirely by colored people, is making
a 100 per cent success.
i WITH YOUR CAR?
Then brine it to me. Remedying
automobile troubles is my business.
Honest, efficient service; you pay f oi
the time pet in on your car only. J.
A Bouvier,- Anthcny road,, : phone
Ocala, Fla. 6-9-16-tf
HUB Oil THE
Men at Black Point in Practice and
Steadily Improving in
Black Point, July 29. This week
was devoted f mostly to practice of
work to be done on the border. Thurs Thursday
day Thursday afternoon the regiment was in instructed
structed instructed in pitching "dog tents and
making up blanket rolls.
The Second Battalion went on a
10-mile hike Thursday morning.
The First Battalion was on the
range yesterday. This was for a re record.
cord. record. There were very few who
qualified, owing to the fact that most
of the boys were rookies when it came
to firing the Springfield.
The following is the official record
of Co. A:
Benjamin, L. F. . ........ . . 1 .215
Chalker, W. R. ..... ...... .215
Allred, J. S 210
Bradford, H. ....198
Blair, E. L.
Lieut. R. L. Marsh ....
Stevens, J. W. ..........
Coachman G. W. ........
Robbinson, J. D. .........
Corporal iC. -A. Blalock .189
Carpenter, L. R. ............ ...184
Corporal R. V. W. Vandervort. ..181
Lieut. H. C. Campbell .181
Lawrence, J. J. ... .178
Hardee, S. ... .178
Corporal H. D. Mcintosh 173
Bradford, G. .... ... .......... .168
Sergeant W. A. Altman ........163
Small, E. C .,. .163
Mills, W.-C '. 162
Ray, Alonzo .............161
Sergeant J. C. Leitner .161
LAST CHEAP EXCURSION
OF THE SEASON
To Atlanta, Macon and Valdosta via
G. S. & F. Railway"
The last personally conducted ex
cursion of the season to Atlanta, Ma
con and. Valdosta over the Georgia
Southern & Florida Railway will be
operated on Tuesday, August 15, and
from all indications it promises to be
the largest operated this year by this
The round trip fare from Jackson
ville to Atlanta will be $6: to Ma
con $4 and to Valdosta $2. The fare
from Hampton to Atlanta will be $6.50
to Macon, $4.60 and to Valdosta, $2.25;
from Sampson City to Atlanta, $5.75;
to Macon, $3.75 and to Valdosta, $2,
and from Lake Butler the fares will
be the same as from Jacksonville.
The trains conveying these excur
sionests will leave Jacksonville at 7:10
a. m. and 7:40 p. m. Tickets will be
limited six days including date of
sale and will be good returning on any
regular train until and including, Sun
day, August 20th, 1916.
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farmmily. Open night
and day. MerchanVsTCafe. tf
We give prescriptioa work prompt
attention and what the doctor orders
you get. The Court Pharmacy, tf
Try Bouquet Dozira
per ounce, a Ceng's.
A new shipment of Crane's station
ery just in all styles. The Court
Summer time is magazine time. Get
your magazines at The Book Shop. 3t
OOALA, FLORIDA, MON DAY
Ml LIVES LOST AND MILLIGliS OF PROPERTY
DESTROYED AT C0MMU1IIPAV SU1IDAY MORiilUG
New York, July 31 Albert M.
Dickman, a Lehigh Valley railroad
agent at Black Tom Island, and
Alexander Davidson, superintendent
of warehouses for the National Stor Stor-age
age Stor-age company, have been, arrested on a
charge of manslaughter, indirectly
causing the death of one victim by the
explosion of ammunition at the pier
yesterday. A warrant has been issued
for Theodore B. Johnson, president of
the. lightering company one of whose
barges loaded with ammunition it is
alleged Was-moored at the pier
Estimates of the casualties' this
morning placed the dead at three with
three fatally hurt: and thirty-five
others injured. Eleven to twenty are
missing. Some think the dead will
The property loss is estimated at
twenty-five to forty-five million.
LOSS OF LIFE DUE TO DISRE DISREGARD
GARD DISREGARD OF LAW"
Several investigations have been
started. Col Beverly W. Dunn, chief
inspector of the bureau of explosives
of the American Railway Association,
the Interstate Commerce Commission
and county prosecutor and Jersey City
authorities are conducting probes. It
is understood that justice department
agents will conduct an inquiry to as ascertain
certain ascertain whether the explosion was the
work of an incendiary.
Frank Hague, public, safety com
missioner of Jersey Uity, tnis morn morning
ing morning declared the blame lay with the
Lehigh Valley railroad, the storage
company or lighterage company. He
said that some one tiolated the laws
of New Jersey, Jersey City ordinances
and Interstate Commerce Commission
rules by permitting barges to remain
at the pier overnight. Lehigh officials
assert that the barge moored, at the
pier without permission and in de defiance
fiance defiance of their orders and the first ex
plosion took place there.
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, Little Folks,
American, Youths Companion, Ameri
can Boy, Woman's Home Companion,
Delineator, Ladies' World, Ladies'
Home Journal, Pictorial Review, Mod Modern
ern Modern Pnsciiia, The Musician, Garden
Magazine. McClure's, Everybody's,
National Geographical Magazine, Cur Current
rent Current Opinion, Physical Culture, Good
Mr. Arthur Griffin of Tampa, cash
ier of the Exchange National Bank of
Tampa, with his three sons and little
daughter and his brother, came up
from Tampa a few days since in Mr
Griffin's -Hudson super-six, and will
spend their vacation with Mr. Grif
fin's father at Anthony. Mr. Arthur
Griffin commenced work for the old
Agnew bank of this city and when it
failed went with the Exchange Bank,
where he has been for a little over 20
Mr, Pete Burkhart, yard conductor
on the A. C. L. at Ocala, spent Sunday
SEABOARD LOCAL SCHEDULE
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.
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.
Fresh seeds of all
Ocala Seed Store.
f I JL N XL JL
JULY 31 1916
SUFFERERS AIDED BY
. UIICLE SAM
Resolution Reported to House to Give
Over Half a Million. to Victims
of Overflowed Rivers
Washington, July 31. The House
military affairs committee ordered a
favorable report on the resolution ap appropriating
propriating appropriating $540,000 for relief of the
flood sufferers of the South. The res
olution, which will be reported in the
House Wednesday, provides that the
money be spent at the discretion of
the secretary of war in the flooded
areas of the Carolinas, Georgia, Flor
ida,' Alabama and Mississippi.
RACED Bf THE
After Days of Misery, Relief Comes
to the Stifled Millions
- of Chicago
Chicago, July 31. After sweltering
since July 11th, Chicago this morn morning
ing morning was relieved by a north breeze
which sent the mercury down to 80.
There were 115 deaths and more than
400 prostrations yesterday when the
thermometer reached 102. V The cor coroner's
oner's coroner's office, the hospitals, physicians
and trained nurses were taxed to the
limit by deaths and prostrations.
ALMOST 300 DEATHS
The total number of deaths report reported
ed reported during the heat wave is 284.
SECOND HAND AUTOMOBILE
SUPPLIES FOR SALE CHEAP
Large size Prest-o-Lite Tank.
Two new hand Klaxon Horns.
36x4 Diamond and Goodyear Tires,
Splitdorf Coil and Magneto.1
Prest-o-Lite Headlights, oval glass.
Apply vto R. R. CarrolL Star Office
A letter to the Star from Mr. G.
H. Whittington,f the Geiger section,
who is spending the summer in north northern
ern northern Michigan, says he Is having a
most delightful time. He sends for
the Star to keep him posted on Mar Marion
ion Marion county doings during his absence.
The people of Marion county are
gradually realizing that the Ocala
Evening Star with its daily telegraph telegraphic
ic telegraphic service gives then not only the
local news of the county but also the
world's news and are subscribing for
it instead of the Weekly Star.
Dr. Smith has shown" the Star a
picture of the camp of the Seventh
Illinois regiment at San Antonio, sent
him by his son Captain Dan Morgan
Smith, commander of one of the com companies
panies companies in the regiment. The camp
certainly looks like it is in applepie
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. II. W. 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 Ver-bryke,'
bryke,' 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. I
improved rapidly." Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
V A neiit the
STIFF PROTEST HADE fi'f OUR
OF RIGHTS QF
Washington, July 3L Great Brit Britain
ain Britain is warned, in the American note
of protest against the blacklist, made
public last night by the state depart department,
ment, department, of the "many, serious conse consequences,
quences, consequences, to neutral right and neutral
relations which auch an act must nec necessarily
essarily necessarily involve."
Already in the hands- of the British
foreign office, the note declares "in
the gravest terms" that it is "mani "manifestly
festly "manifestly out of the question that the
government of the United States
should acquiesce in such methods"
and that the United States regards
the blacklist as "inevitably and essen essentially
tially essentially inconsistent with the rights of
all the citizens of all the nations not
involved in the war." It reminds the
British government that "citizens of
the United States are entirely within
their rights in attempting to trade
with the people of. the governments of
any of the nations now at war, sub subject
ject subject only to well defined international
practices and understandings which
the government of the United States
deems the government of Great Brit Britain
ain Britain to have too lightly and frequently
disregarded." v -
The American note is even more
positive in its terms than officials
have intimated. Ambassador Page
was instructed by Acting Secretary
Polk to deliver it formally and text text-ually.
ually. text-ually. J
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 i3 a
hard one, and those in charge of the
work deserve much credit for their
untiring efforts in getting the library
in shape fpr 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: Adult3 of the city of
Ocala are entitled to draw books by
filling out application blanks. Chil Children
dren Children under 18 must obtain signature
of parent or guardian.
Temporary Residents: A tempor 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 paying two
cents a day.
Borrower's Card : Each person en entitled
titled entitled 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 i3
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 i3 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 book 3
may be kept for that time only and
can not be renewed. Books cannot be
Over Due Books: The fine of two
cents a day will be imposed for books
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
Hours: Library will be open from
8 to 10 a. m.; 4 to 6 p. m. and 7 to 9
p. m.; cn week days only. -PLTJMBLNG
When you have plumbing or elec
b-ical contracting let "as furnish you
estimates. No job toJ large and none
to emalL H. W. Tucker. tf
VOL. 22, NO. 184
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'GOVERH AT THE I0VM
Feared that Many Lives Hare Been
Lost and Several Towns De-
fetroyed by the Flames
JEaglehart, Ont.," July 31.- Forest
fires raging in northern Ontario are
believed to have resulted in the loss
of from .150 to 200 lives. Scores of
persons have been injured, and it is
feared many of "them -will die.
Several smrJl towns have ben
wiped out by the flames that have
been raging for forty-eight hours.
Coast Guard Cutter will Prevent Small
Boats from Betraying Her to
Washington, July 31. Although
the government has declined formally
to order extraordinary protection for
the Deutschland as Ehe leaves, United
States officials have indicated if the
small craft following the submarine
endangered her, a coast guard cutter
would probably interfere. It is un understood
derstood understood the commander fears small
boats will handicap him in escaping
the allied cruisers. -
A. C L. SCHTDCLE
Trains of the Atlantic Coast Lin
will arrive and'deparfcin Ocala at the
No. 37, Jacksonville to St, Peters-
No. S8, St. Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 2:25 a. r.
No. 10, Leeuburg to Jacksonville, Jacksonville,-5:40
5:40 Jacksonville,-5:40 a. m.
No. '51, Ocala to Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 6:10 a. m.
No. 35, Ocala to Lakeland (Sunny (Sunny-jira),
jira), (Sunny-jira), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 6:40 a. m.
No. 141, Wilcox, Gainesville and
Palatka to Ocala, 11:15 a. ra.
No. 40, St. Petersburg to Jackscn Jackscn-rille,
rille, Jackscn-rille, 12.-54-1:14 p. m.
No. 48, Homosassa to Ocala, 1:G3
No.: 49, Ocala to Homosassa, 2:25
p. m. r
?No. 39. Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, 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 (Sunny-jim),
jim), (Sunny-jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satar-
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.
Pw. R. Carroll, Maxwell distributor,
Taking Big Chances
It 13 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 of ten. sudden and
very severe, "and everyone should go
prepared for: them. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Ad?.
OCALA EVENING STAB, MONDAY, JULY 31, 1916
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERT DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
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BITTIXGEH & CARItOLL, PROPRIETORS
R. Carroll, General Haaaser ., Port V. LayenMd, Baslae Manager
J. H. Deaja mi a, Editor
Entered e-t Ocala, Fla., poatof flee as second class matter.
One year, In advance ..
Six months, In advance ....
Tbree months, in advance.
One month, in advance....
....$5.00 One year, La advance .....$8.t0
.... 2.50 Six month, in advance.......".. 4.25
.... 1.25. Three months, in advance...... 2.26
. ... 60 One month, In advance SO
One of the everlasting inconsist- j
encies of things is that a story with
a moral is always a story in which
morals are scarce.
THE STAB'S PHONES
The American women who are
bringing their boys up not to be sol soldiers
diers soldiers are also bringing their girls up
to be the mothers of slaves.
His many friends in this city will
be glad to, learn that Eugene Dodge,
has been acquitted of the charges
brought -against him of embezzle embezzlement
ment embezzlement while acting as clerk of the U.
I 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.
; a' a a
MRS. MARY WILDER
If the explosion of ammunition
near New York Saturday night was
the work of German agents, it was as
much an act of war as if the Ger Germans
mans Germans had bombarded one of our sea seaports,
ports, seaports, and Germany should be held to
account for it.
The United States te a great coun country,,
try,, country,, but if the different parts do not
stick together in all things if a
wrong to Oregon isn't a wrong to
Florida, an injury to Maine an injury
to Texas it will break to pieces by
its own weight.
Partisans of Catts at Greenville,
Madison county, notify Will Knott
they will rotten-egg him if he passes
thru their town. Are we to under understand
stand understand from the partisans of' Catts
that the right of a citizen to travel in
this state depends on his attitude to toward
ward toward their little tin god?
Secretary of War Baker says that
the national guardsmen were well
taken care of on their trip to the
border and are being well taken care
of now. It will, be a great disgrace
to our rich country if ihe compar
ative handfull of raenit has sent to
the border is not well taken care of.
The idea of buying the 'Danish
West Indies is to provide the United
States With an outpost against a dash
for possible enemies at the Panama
canal. Unless the United States
changes its ways, said outpost would
only furnish said possible enemy a
convenient resting place on its way
to the canal.
Senator Tillman says he is convinc
ed that the defeat of the South was
best for the nation. Tillman is slow.
A much greater senator ; than he-
Hill of Georgiaadmitted the same
thing forty years ago. And the Unit United
ed United States has paid Ben Tillman at
least three times as many dollars as
it paid Ben Hill.'
Governor Harris of Georgia has at
last summoned up the nerve to par
don Thomas Edgar Stripling, unjusti
fiably sent to the penitentiary for kill
ing a man who had insulted his wife
and sister nineteen years, ago. We
presume there is plenty of chivalry
left in Georgia, but it is becoming
afraid to assert itself,
Mrs. Mary Wilder, wife of J. A.
Wilder, died in St. Petersburg, last
Friday night. The body was shipped
here Saturday and yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon the funeral service was conduct
ed by Rev. W. H. Coleman from, the
Mclver & MacKay undertaking par parlors.
lors. parlors. Mrs. Wilder was only 36 years
old and leaves a host of relatives and
friends to mourn her untimely de
The Evening Star may always be
GERMS EXPELLED FRGf
Twcr.ty-fcur hours after you start t:
ake Dr. I'icrce'j Golden Medical ,DL
overy, pciaonoua matter and blood
impurities bec7.n to leave your body
througu tho liver, boweLs, Kidneys and
It bnnca new activity to the liver,
stomach and IvovrcLj ia a short time,
thus causing BallovmoGs, indiscstioa and
constipation to disappear. 0
Good blood means ccoa fceaita; nooa
health means strong men and roinen,
full of visor and ambiUor., with minds
alert and muscles ever willing. Any
medicine dealer will supply you with.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
in either liquid or tablet form.
Plant City, Fla. "Six months ago we
had a rain that lasted for quite a while
and water would remain under our house
for three weeks at a time. From the
dampness and from getting wet in the
rain I contracted L,a unppe wmcn pro pro-luced
luced pro-luced a very low? run-down condition
and JL got so tired it seemed like I could
never get rested. I was not able to work,
did not have any appetite, and was eo
nervous that I could not hold a pin or a
nftwlle Could not sleeo sound would
mst dose off, and what little sleep I got
iid not do me aav eood. I can say in all
truth that Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery wa3 what put meoa my feet.
I have never stopped praisinq; it to others.
Mns. J. W. Wiiiams, Plait City, Fix
THE WAR IS TWO YEARS OLD Armenia
I W J f AW Tf IMWM A W
suited in the capture of Ezerum and
The second year of the war closes the port of Trebizond and extolled
with the -Battle of Europe," a con- the Turks from the greater part of
certea enon oi tne Allies on tnree i Armenia- Aft mMhV0 tn
" mm wwyw aa w w
fronts to crush the Central Powers, 0f some months the erand duke re
wnicn oas umiopea mw a uuinuc sumed his advance simultaneous with
a a I-
struggle Derore wmcn superlatives, a serious uprising aeainst the Turks
already exhausted, are completely by the Arabs in Arabia. The Arabs
bogged. took the sacred citv of Mecca. Jiddah
trance ana ureal cniain in tue and Taif and besieged Medina, the
west, Russia in the east, Italy in the city where Mohammed was buried and
scuth are hurling wave after wave of one of the holiest spots of the Mo Mo-armed
armed Mo-armed men on the Teutonic lines, to- hammedan world. In the meantime
gether with an avalanche of shells the, Russians took Mamakhatun. and
and bombs such as the world has not Baiburt, and" in the last week have
known up to the present time. For taken Erzingan. an imnorfant city
the first time the Teutons are, tern- and fortress eight miles southwest of
porarily at least, on the defensive on J Ezerum.
- --a m m m I
tne thousands oi miles oi uie existing in connection with the Turkish
battle fronts. I campaign the vear saw a serious re.
The change in the situation which verse for the Franco-British and a
the year has brought is striking, al- less important, but highly dramatic,
though the results so far have been I disaster for the British. The disas
more potential and spectacular than J trous attempt of the French and Brit-
radical, A year ago the Germans, ish to force the Dardanelles and seize
continuincr their firreat drive asrainst I ConstanHnnT ma HAfin5itr ahan
the Russians, hurled the Slavs back doned in November, 1916, and the al
along the entire eastern front and es- Hed troops withdrawn from the Galli-
tablished lines far inside Russian ter- poli peninsula. About 150,000 troops
ritory which they, maintained vir- had been used in this venture, sup sup-tually
tually sup-tually unbroken until within the last ported by a mighty fleet. Six battle-
hree months. They seized all Poland, ships, five British and one French,
a great slice of Russia tp the south were sent to the bottom as well as
of that country and expelled the in-j some minor craft and the casualties
vaders from Gahcia and Bukowina. I were unofficially reported to be almost
On the western front the changes equal to the original number of the
in position during the year were com- expeditionary force. This was the re re-paratively
paratively re-paratively small but the twelve suit of six months of some of the
months were marked by three events most sanguinary fighting of the war.
of interest: The battle of Champagne The second disaster of the British
and Verdun and the opening of the was the surrender of 10,000 troops
great Franco-British offensive on the J under : General Townshend to the
Somme took place in this period. Turks at Kut-El-Amara on the Tigris.
The battle of Champagne opened This expedition had made fa sensa-
on September 25, after a week's ter-jtional dash more than 300 miles up
rific bombardment of the German! the river in an attempt to seize Bag-
lines by the French, British and Bel- j dad. It was within ten miles of the
gians. In a week of the bloodiest city when it was decisively defeated
fighting that had been known up to by the Turks and forced to fall, back
that time the Allies announced that 100 miles. Here it was surrounded
they had taken twenty miles of land forced to surrender after a relief
trenches, six towns and 43,000 pris- j force had made several vain efforts at
oners. But these they halted. They J rescue.
could not break .through the mighty Two new nations entered the ranks
German wall and the grim deadlock of the belligerents' during the year.
which marked the western front for I On October 13, 1915, Bulgaria threw
so many months was resumed.
In sheer human interest the battle
of Verdun probably surpassed all
other individual events of" the. war.
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After several weeks' visit to his
daughter, 'Mrs. Shepherd, in Chicago,
Editor Harris of the Banner is home
again. Mr. Harris greatly enjoyed
his visit, but declaresithe weather in
Chicago is too ivarm for : the comfort
of a Floridian. His Ocala friends
are glad to have him home again
there is always a big vacancy in the
town when he is away.
The Star is requested to announce
that the members of the W. C. T. U.
will meet at the home of Mrs. W. T.
Gary Wednesday afternoon, to make
up "housewives" for the soldier boys
at Black Point. Gee! We thought
that little job was attended to by this
time. We -hope Ocala ladies are not
being influenced by the example of
the war department.
The Times-Union, arguing with its
usual eloquence against preparedness,
shows forth that German efficiency
has lost out against the other nations
that did not prepare for war but de devoted
voted devoted themselves to business. But .the
Times-Union overlooks the British
navy, the best prepared element in
the war, and the one without which
Germany would ere now have
triumphed. ', Had the United States
such a navy as Britain, and it could
have, the country would be safe.
Some people who have read history
carelessly say Germany is no worse
off in I proportion and not so badly
hemmed in as Prussia was under
Frederick the Great in the Seven Seven-Years
Years Seven-Years War. Prussia was greatly out out-rum
rum out-rum bered, but was never hemmed in.
Few people remember that England
was the ally of Prussia during the
firf-t five yars of the war, kept the
seis open and kept a large French
array busy in Hanover. They also
forget that when Prussia was about to
Kuceamb to its enemies, that one of
Frederick's implacable enemies, the
crr;preS3 of Russia, died, and her suc successor
cessor successor promptly withdrew from the
coalition against him. The Germans
r.re not in as desperate a condition as
ihe Prussians were injl7G2, but they
.r.re hemmed in and if the Allies keep
on coming they will be crushed.
GERIG'S NEWS STORE
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The following Sunday papers are
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World, Atlanta Journal, Savannah
Morning News, Hearst's Sunday
American St. Louis Post Dispatch,
and Chicago Herald.
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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.
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GREATEST REDUCTION SALE EVER HELD
Space only permits us to give a few prices,
but the hundreds of other bargains in our store
equal these, in some instances excell them.
SILK WAISTS 100 Ladies' Silk Waists. All
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made A-made full blouse effect . 3lfw
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of a very good grade sheeting, worth &(n
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Remember our store is overflowing with bargains
Men's Canvass Shoes Hen's B. V. D. Underwear
We have about 50 pairs of Men's Can- Genuine B. V. D. with the label on
vass Shoes, sell for $1.50 pair, a .it. A regular 50c garment and at
good value at that as they are of our price you are getting $1.50
a good make with leather ff flA worth for $1. We have a A
soles and rubber heels, at c)lw fullstock and allsizes,3fortlly
in ner lot witn tne uentrai rowers
and ohj March 9, 1916, Germany de
clared war on Portugal after the re
public had seized all German K ships
On February 23 the German crown 1 interned in her ports.
prince began, his assault of the his-j The entrance of Bulgaria into the
toric French fortress, known through-j arena was signalized by a combined
out many centuries as the gateway to assault on Serbia by Austria, Ger Ger-France.
France. Ger-France. For five months the defend- many and Bulgaria which resulted in
ers withstood a storm at the fury of the complete overwhelming of the
which the world stood agast. Foot hopelessly outnumbered Serbians and
by foot, almost inch by inch, the the subjugation of their country. The
Germans forged forward, with, a reck- remnants of the Serbian army were
less disregard of their lives, a ten- driven across the frontier into the
acity and cool courage which was wilderness of Albania ( whence they
only equalled by the heroic deter-J were rescued by the British, French
mmation of the French. On June 3 and Italians. They were shipped to
an unofficial estimate of the German Corfu where they were reorganized
losses at Verdun placed the total at and re-equipped and later, to the
the appalling figure of 450,000. The I number of about 100,000,- joined the
assailantsfought their way to within I Franco-British forces at Saloniki. The
about three and a half miles of the survivors of the Gallinoli- camTaien
fortress but for several weeks have were also gathered at the Grecian
reported no further progress and the seaport as ( well as a large British
force of their attacks appears to have army from Egypt. This combined
lessened. force is estimated at 600.000 men and
The Franco-British offensive on the lis presumably being held for an at-
Somme opened on July 1, 1916. It tempt to wrest Serbia from the Bui
was preceded by a bombardment of garians.
paces, with color plates. Just what yoirl unparalleled duration and intensity,! The principal success won by Aus-
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and greater satisfaction than you can get elsewhere- across the street or
across the state. We offer you always the best merchandise at prices that
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leaturea ny tne appearance ot new jtrian arms during the year was a
and gigantic British howitzers. Un- great : offensive undertaken against
der this awful hurricane of big gun Italy in May. The Austrian forces
fii;e the German first line defenses swept the Italian invaders back over
crumbled. When the British and a 'wide stretch of country in the
trench troops advanced they, report- Southern Tyrol, reconquered about
ed that they found trenches in which 270 square miles of Austrian, terri terri-there
there terri-there was not a single survivor, only tory and carried the battle into Italy,
the dead guarded the silent rifles and The Italians rallied, however, and at
machine guns. German first lines the close of the' twelve months had
were carried over an extent of 25 regained a large portion of "ground
miles and the second positions pierced and were vigorously pressing a coun coun-at
at coun-at certain points but up to the pres- ter offensive in accordance with the
ent the fighting has been indecisive plans of the Entente for concerted
in so far as the forcing of the Ger- J action.
mans to withdraw their main line is On the sea the year witnessed an
concerned. K event of surpassing interest. The
ine nrst move in the great Allied German grand fleet, steaming out
offensive was not made by the from its mine fields and impregnable
Franco-British however, but by the harbors at Kiel and Wilhelm shaven,
Russians. On June 4 the troops of engaged the British fleet in the
the Emperor Nicholas opened a tre- mightiest naval battle of history.
mendous assault on the Austro'-Ger- The battle was fought off the coast
man lines on a three hundred mile of Jutland on May 31. Its results
front t extending V from the Pripeti are so obscured by the conflicting
marshes, to Rumania. The Teuton I claims of the combatants that hev
lines held firm in the north but to the will probably not be definitely known
south General Brussiloff swept with until the war is over, if then. The
in. esistible force through the Aus- Germans assert that the British
trian defenses, tearing a great gap I losses were far heavier than theirs
about 100 miles in extent. : Through and on that ground claim the victory,
this the Russians poured, capturing The British, denying greater losses,
Czernowitz, the capital of Bukowina point to the fact that they still con
and overrunmg the crownland. The trol the seas as the tasis of their
Austrian losses are declared to have right to the title pi victors. London
been enormous, seven weeks after the also claims that since the battle 200
offensive began the Russians making British ships, which had been tied up
an Omcial announcement that aver I in Baltic tvirts sin th twxrinnine- of
350,000 prisoners had been taken and the war, have been able to make their
at. least an equal number killed or way to English ports unmolested by
wounded. German warshiDS
As the offensive developed the Rus-j The German official account of the
sians won new successes further north fight says that the British losses were
and at the close of the war year are 117,150 tons as against 60,720 tons
engaged in a mighty struggle for sunk by the British. The British ad
.Lemberg, the capital of Galicia. miralty makes no attempt to estimate
In the last few days they have tak- the loss in tonnage but unofficial
en Brody, an important railroad junc- British estimates place- the German
tion, on the immediate line to 4Lem-1 loss at 10920 tons against 112,350
oerg. :: l he fighting has also extend- for the British. Officially the Ger-
ed to the extreme north, in the Riga- mans have admitted the loss of only
Dvinsk region, and in the last two one capital shin, the Lutzow, 26,600
weeks their armies led by Kuropatkin tens, a vessel surpassing in tonnage
of Japanese war fame have pressed and armament many battleships. The
hard on the forces commanded by British claim to have sunk in addition
von nmaenDerg. Iwto dreadnoughts and probably a
Jn another theater of the war the I third. The principal losses admitted
year was marked sby other and im-1 by them for their side are the three
portant Russian successes. Following I battle cruisers, the Invincible, the In-
the disasters on the eastern front in i defatigable and the Queen Mary.
the closing months of 1915 the Grand
Duke Nicholas was removed as' commander-in-chief
of the Russian arm armies
ies armies and sent to take charge of the
operations against the Turks in the
Caucasus. After montns of prepara preparation
tion preparation he began a v great drive across
One other event on the sea arous aroused
ed aroused intense interest. On June 5 Field
Marshal Earl Kitchener, Great Brit Britain's
ain's Britain's famous minister of war, was
drowned with his gtaff off the Ork
neys when the cruiser Hampshire
went down. It was at first thought
the cruiser .had been the victim of a
submarine but this theory was gen generally
erally generally discarded when it was learned
that the warship had struck a mine
and gone' down in the midst of a ter terrific
rific terrific storm. -j;. -r-S
The second year of the war wa s a
memorabla one as far as the United
States was concerned. It marked the
apparent; final passing of the crisis
between this country and Germany
over the submarine warfare which
threatened more than once a rupture
of relations and even war. The sink sinking
ing sinking by a submarine without warning
of the White Star liner Arabic, with
the loss of two American lives, creat created
ed created a profound impression in the Unit United
ed United States. Germany sent a note to
Washington in September pleading
self-defense and offering to refer the
question of compensation to The
Hague but this was regarded with
disappointment by the Washington
government and the situation became
very tense. In October Germany dis disavowed
avowed disavowed and regretted the sinking of
Five months later the French
steamship Sussex was torpedoed
without warning while carrying more
than 300 passengers, including a
number of Americans, across the Eng English
lish English ChanneL About fifty persons
fwere killed and this incident brought
the submarine situation to an acute
stage. Germany at first disclaimed
responsibility for the attack on the
Sussex but the evidence accumulated
by the United States appeared so
overwhelming that President Wilson
on April 18 dispatched to Germany a
note which was virtually an ultima ultimatum,
tum, ultimatum, and on the following day per personally
sonally personally appeared before Congress and
laid the entire problem before that
body. On May 10 Germany admitted
the submarine attack on the Sussex
and promised that no more liners or
merchantmen would be sunk without
warning and without ample opportun
ity for the escape of crews and pas
sengers. These promises were con
sidered satisfactory by the president
and the war cloud lifted. Since that
time a large number of ships have
been sunk by German and Austrian
submarines but the rules of interna international
tional international law have been generally ob observed.
served. observed. Another cause of friction between
the United States and the Central
Powers was also removed during the
year. Since the outbreak of the war
certain propagandists had been busy
instigating strikes in munition ; fac factories
tories factories which had contracts with the
allies and in endeavoring in other
ways to interfere with this trade. For
his activity in this, respect the recall
of Dr. Constantin Dumba, Austrian
ambassador, was requested by Presi President
dent President Wilson in September. The fol following
lowing following December, for similar reasons,
the president requested the recall of
Capt. Boy-Ed ard Vapt. Von Papen,
naval and military attaches respect respectively
ively respectively to the German embassy. A num number
ber number of convictions were obtained in
the criminal courts in other cases and
the propaganda ceased.
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Notice to W. C T. U.
The members of the W. C. T. U.
will meet at the home of Mrs. W. T.
Gary Wednesday afternoon at 3:30
to make housewives for the members
of Co. A. at Black Point. All other
ladies who are interested in the com
fort of the soldiers are invited to meet
with them and help Each lady will
please bring scissors, needles and
Mr. and Mrs. Beverly Pendleton
and their son have arrived in the
city for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. David
Sv Woodrow for a week. Mr. Pendle Pendleton
ton Pendleton resided in the city sixteen years
ago He says he sees many evidences
of improvement and all of it is of a-
permanent and substantial nature.
Mr. Pendleton has been busy this
morning shaking hand3 and renewing
friendships of other years'. Mrs. Pen Pendleton
dleton Pendleton will be remembered as Miss
Mr. W. Z Hilands came in Satur Saturday
day Saturday from Asheville, N. C, where wtih
Mrs. Hilands and their little grand granddaughter
daughter granddaughter Helen, they have been stay staying
ing staying for some time, and are guests for
a few days of their son and daughter-in-law,'
Mr. and Mrs. W-' S. Hilands.
Mr. Hilands talks interestingly of the
flood conditions. At the hotel the
guests had none of the conveniences
of modern civilization for more than
a week and the entire city was put
to great straits for some of the
necessities of life.
Miss Louise Booe, who has been at attending
tending attending Peabody Normal school in
Tennessee, is now visiting relatives in
Jacksonville. Miss Booe has accept accepted
ed accepted a position as teacher in one of the
Jacksonville schools, and. will remain
in that city this winter. Her friends
in Ocala and Dunnellon will miss her.
1 -,, .;; 9, m v'viN;
:' Gen.: Alfred Ayer and Mrs. Ayer
and daughter, Miss Edna, have gone
to their farm in the northwest of the
county for a few weeks' stay.. The
general' will work on the assessment
books and enjoy rural life at the same
time. Mr. Carlos Ayer, who has been
suffering from" rheumatism lately,
will take advantage of his father's
presence at the farm to make a trip
to Hot Springs.
, Mr. E. M. Howard has returned
from Illinois, where he and Mrs.
Howard have been visiting ; friends
for most of the summer. Mrs. Howard
will remain a few weeks longer. Like
everybody else who goes north at
this time of year, Mr. Howard de declares
clares declares it is cooler in Florida. :
Miss Sarah DeHon, who has been
spending some time in Albany, Ga.,
with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Walters, arrived home yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. Miss DeHon is at home from
school, in .Brooklyn, N. Y., for the.
first time in ten months. She stopped
over in Albany for a visit to relatives
Mr.. Harry H. Balliet and Miss Lil
ian ttditn liuraen, daugnter oi mr.
and Mrs. F..J. Burden, were married
at Grace Episcopal church Saturday
afternoon at v5 o'clock in the presence
of the members of the families and a
few. friends. The ceremony was per
formed by Rev. J. G. Glass, rector of
o m I.;
Rev. James G. Glass. rector of
Grace Episcopal church left this aft
ernoon for Sewanee, Tenn., where he
will join the members of his family.
Mr. Glass expects to be gone about
two months, at the end of which time
he and his family will return to
Mrs. George Campbell and daugh
ter, Miss Alice, expect to "go to Jack
sonville- tomorrow for a few days
visit with friends. While there they
will : visit the camp at Black Point.
Mrs. Campbell's son. First Lieut. H
C. Campbell of Company A, is one of
the most efficient young officers in the
Miss Irene Toffaietti is in Tampa
taking a business course in the Tampa
Business College. Miss Toffaietti
will graduate from the Ocala high
school next year. Her sister, Miss
Olivia, who has a position with Mr. R.
S. Hall, graduated Jast year.
Mr. J. J. Williams came home Sat
urday night from a trip to Atlanta
Jacksonville and other points. His
family will be here the first of Au
gust.- Homosossa item in Crysta
River News. ......
Miss Shelton Souter will leave
shortly for Tier home in Sparr, after a
brief stap in Jacksonville, the guest
of Mrs.. Alice Selph at her home on
West Beaver street. Times-Union,
Little LanuSjTroxler is under treat
ment for appendicitis. It is hoped
however, than an operation will not be
Mrs. Z. C. Chambliss returned home
today from a visit to Georgia.
Mr. M. Fishel will go to the lake
this afternoon to be the guest of Mr,
and Mrs. Rheinauer for a week
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Colbert and son
Turney and Mr. J. H. Brinson, went to
Palmetto for a fe wdays visit last
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Kingan's Reliable Hams, per pound .. .....212
Kingan's Shamrock Breakfast Bacon, : Sliced, per lb. .... ... . 2 5c
Kingan's Porter Breakfast Bacon, sliced, per lb. 28c
Kingan's Picnic Hams, (shoulders smoked just right, per lb.,..18c
WHITE BACON, per lb.. ...... .. .............J ..1712C
Lard Compound, per lb ...................... ..13c
Cloverbloom Butter, in pound prints, perN lb. 3 6c
Irish Potatoes, large and fancy, per peck r 3 5c
Full Cream Cheese, per lb.. ...... ... .22c
No. 2 tins Florida Tomatoes, per tin .8c
No. 3 tins Maryland Tomatoes, per tin . c
No, 2 tins Van Camp's Baked Kidney Beans, per tin. ....... . . 9c
25c tins Sunkist Asparagus, per tin, 20s
30c tins Royal Scarlet Table Peaches, per tin. ............. .26c
12 pound bags Table Talk Flour for .44c
24 pound bags Table Talk Flour for .........................85c
12 pound bags Obelisk Flour,.fer ... ..................... . 50c
24pound bags Obelisk Flour for .. QQ
Every bag guaranteed. We are advised that we will see no cheap
flour until September." Yoa will make no mistake in buying now.
u The above list is composed of staple groceries: goods you need every day. Every hem is first-class
and the prices are low. Let us have your order.
PHONES 16 and 174
I ,.... -'
Peggy Hyland, the English actress,
appears for the first time at the Tem
ple' theater this afternoon and to
night in "Saints and Sinners," a pic pic-turization
turization pic-turization I of Henry Arthur Jones,
amous drama. The feature is an
nounced as "one of the most import
ant ever offered by the Famous Play Players
ers Players Film Company on the Paramount
week. Mr. Brinson has returned, but
the Colberts will remain- several days
Mr. Frank Anthony of Sarasota is
in he city; to spend a short time with
his mother and brother. Mr. An Anthony
thony Anthony is prospering in his new home
and likes it there very much. ;
Mrs. Peek and little daughter, Vir Virginia,
ginia, Virginia, expect to leave tomorrow for
West Virginia, to spend the remainder
of the summer, v Dr. Peek will go
after and return with them about j
Miss Rebecca Smith 1 arrived from
ampa Saturday night, for a week
end visit with her sister, Miss Rena
There will be a gold medal Contest
under the auspices of th'e W. C. T. U.,
at the. Baptist church tomorrow even
Miss Catherine Pritchard of Jack
sonville' is the guest of Mrs. Samuel
Leigh ' V
MOVING PICTURE FEATURES
"Saints and Sinners" is a play of
English country life converted to an
American locale. Letty Fletcher, the
daughter of administer, through' her
infatuation for a man against whom
she had been warned by her father,
is guilt" cf an indiscretion an indis indiscretion
cretion indiscretion thrt is sinless but sinister in
E. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
WILBUR "W. C. SmiTH
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
I V. F. BALLK'GER
J Tin and Sheet Iron Roofing,
Cornice, Spouting, Skylights,
Tanks and General Repair
I Work S
Sheet Iron and Copper Work
Phone Yonge's Tin Shop 388
I 210 S. Osceola St. Ocala, Fla.
JvamQ for the Thirsty to Remember"
f ; ' V- : ;
SP7Trr DRINK' r nfe i
sTWf v$ onm the original steril- rf;
I WW bttIe VA'the label on it,
U tkimK at Soda Founts and other Re- nM
aspect. That Letty does not fall is
due to inherent force of character,' the
result of home teachings. The pic picture
ture picture is said to be wholesome in tJne,
in spite of the villanies.
Alice Brady, who appears here to
morrow m a nlm version of La vie
de Boheme," fs the daughter of Will William
iam William Brady, producer of the feature.
Miss Brady has beet iten on Broad
way in both musical shows and leg
"The Lily and the Rose," the Tri
angle feature in which Lillian Gish
and Rozsika Dtally were seen Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, was a good 1 production. The
story, however, was an unwholesome
La vie de Boheme," Henri Murgar's
story, in which Alice Brady win be
seen tomorrow, is said to have been
given a film production of rare taste.
It is said to be acted with intelligence
and feeling. The film story is from
the book, not from the opera. The
picture has the spirit of the Latin
Quarter and of Bohemia, and was
produced by Albert Capellani,. a
Frenchman, who has an intimate
knowledge of French life.
SEABOARD LOCAL SCHEDULE
No. 9 Lea ve3 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
tersburg 10 a. m.
No. 3 Leaves Jacksonville a.
m.; Ocala 12:40 p. m.; arrives St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg 8:05 p. m.
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 Jack-sonville,6:45
sonville,6:45 Jack-sonville,6:45 a. m. : 'J ; r
No, Leaves Tampa 9 a.m.; Ocala
1 p. m.; arivgs Jacksonville 5:25 p. m.
New York and return... $33.03 a
Baltimore and return. . 32.C0 3
Philadelphia and return. .30.00 f
Washington and return.. 34.00 !j
Savannah and return ... 6.0U J
FilERCHAHT 8 MINERS TRAIISPORTATIOiJ GOMPAHY
: -SiiiiiiiicP; -:ToiiPist :FciFCS
From Jacksonville to
Boston and return..... $43.00
Providence and return . 41.C3
Blue Mountain and return 35.50
Atlantic City and return. S3.59
Asbury Park and return. 38.50
Through tickets to allEastern resorts, with return limit October 31,
1916, with privilege of topovers at principal points. Sailings from
Jacksonville, via Savannah to Baltimore Wednesday and Saturday. Tv
Philadelphia July 2, 13 aid ?A, Aug. 3, 13, 24, at 4, p. m.
. Steamships Suwannee ajd Somerset have staterooms de luxe with
baths, also shower rooms, hot and cold, fresh and salt. Running water
irr-all rooms. Wireless telegraph on all ships. Accommodation unsur unsurpassed.
passed. unsurpassed. Reservation, foare or any information cheerfully furnished
on application. Ask for tour book.
Address Merchants & Miners Trans. Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
IL C. AVERY, Agt. L. D. JONES, C. A. J. F. VARD, T. P. A.
W. P. TURNER, G. PA. Baltimore, Maryland
Jaclcsonvllle and Return
1 tM 'Jm
Good returning on all trains up to and including 'Train 1, leaving Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville 9:30 P. M., August 4th.
"The Progressive Railway of the South"
STEEL PULLMANS, STEEL DAY COACHES,
v ELECTRIC FANS
For rates and informaticra write or call on
JOHN BOISSEAU, aP.&T.i,
Phone. 129, Ocala, Florida
G. Z. PHILLIPS, A. G. P. A,
A Q1rS T ITirJ- mooth, clear,
free of wriiiMea
Use the exjoisitely fragrant cream of fif
ihs beauty flower of India and be
complimented on your complexion.. f"r Vt A "tX &
Your dealer has Ocaya or will get it. I 1 A. M. 11
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JULY 31, 1916
K. of P. meet this evening.
Council meets tomorrow night.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
By LOUISE OLIVER.
Masons meet Thursday evening.
Pythian Sisters meet tomorrow aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. - r lM
Mr. S. D. Atkinson of Fellowship
was in the city Saturday.
Pictures framed neatly and quickly
at The Book Shop. 3t
. Mr. Adolph Dame spent Sunday in
Dr. Purvis went to Jacksonville
Musical instruments and accessories
at The Book Shop. 3t
Take Rexall liver salts for that
tired, lazy feeling. Gerig's. tf
Sergeant Will Altman, after a five
days furlough, returned to the camp
at Black Point yesterday.
i em dishes and jardinieres in an
styles at The Book Shop. 3t
A broken Thermos bottle is ) no
good bring it to us and we will make
it "as good as new." The Court
, Mr. N. R. Herrick of Eustis, a
. prominent garage man of that town,
was in the city over Sunday.
Mr. Whit Palmer, who was operat operated
ed operated on late Friday night for an acute
case of appendicitis, is getting along
We carry a full line of Thermos fill fillers.
ers. fillers. The Court Pharmacy. tf
Mr. Lester H. Simon, proprietor of
the Gardenia hotel at Fruitland Park,
was in town today and paid us a
pleasant call. He said the prospects
for many settlers for his section this
fall were good and a large influx is
We carry a full line of Newport
bathing shoes. Gerig's V tf
Mr. W. A. Seymour was here Sat Saturday
urday Saturday from Brooksville, where he is
helping to erect a handsome building
for one of the substantial banks of
that live town.
Conductor Hamill of the A. C. L. is
another' man who believes in pre preparedness.
paredness. preparedness. He is just back on his
run, after laying off two weeks in
order to lay in his winter's supply of
wood. j y
Mr. C. K. Sage, manager for the
Western Union Telegraph company,
is on his two weeks' vacation, part of
which he will -spend at home, part
camping at Salt Springs and a few
days, in Jacksonville. Miss Alma Tur Turner
ner Turner of St. Augustine, an experienced
operator, is taking Mr. Sage's place.
Mr.' W. D. Cam and Mr. Bridges,
his partner, will be treated to bottled
coca-cola if they will call at the Dixie
Cafe and present this notice. The
Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works.
A meeting of the voters of the
Ocala precinct will be held Friday
night at 7:30 o'clock. in the rooms of
the Commercial Club for the purpose
of discussing the proposed bond issue
for good roads and selecting delegates
to the convention to be held in the
court house, Monday, August 7, at 10
Mr. Emmerson, formerly with the
Florida Title & Abstract Corporation,
who has been in the north for several
months .at his former home, is again
a resident of Ocala and has his posi
tion with the company, assisting
Messrs. Stapp and Sanders.
Mr. H. D. Nelson, formerly man
ager of the dining room at the Har
rington, will share with Mr. (WAus
tin Bennett, proprietor of the Ocala
House, and Mr.- M. Temple, recently
with the Merchant's Cafe, the man
agement of the new restaurant "that
is to open in the Ocala House block.
The management expect to open the
place next Monday.
Please don't forget that we -carry
the famous NORRIS candies, the best
made. Fresh each week. The Court
On his way to the late yesterday
afternoon Dr. W. K. Lane's car
caught afire, and before the blaze was
extinguished it burned a large hole in
the seat of the doctor's trousers. The
fire caught under the seat of the car.
And it should be added that the
trousers that were burned were under
the seat of the car, and not the trous
ers the doctor had on
UNDERTAKERS and EMBAIOERS
PHONES 47, 104 G3
Clara Jane fairly staggered into the
room she was so tired.
. Off came the hat with a jerk. The
poor little stick-up got a vicious tug
and was flung across the room and out
of the window. "I hate hats! I've
sorted feathers today till I'm full of
them. I eat them, breathe them, ugh
I can't even look at a bird. And I'm
The contents of several paper bags
did not look inviting crackers in one,
stale rolls in another and some ojd ap-'
pies with wrinkles. She sighed. "I
wish I had some of mother's waffles
and chicken, and some com pudding
and caramel sweet potatoes and choc chocolate
olate chocolate cake and custard pie and
"Some griddlecakes and country
sausage and apple dumplings and
The masculine voice stopped. Clara
Jane turned and stared open-mouthed
at the unexpected person in the door doorway.
way. doorway. He evidently encouraged confi
dence, for she answered sadly: "I've
nothing left to remind me of home but
my name. I hang on to every inch of
it" ;.. ;
"But you can't eat that," said the
man. It s awful to be hungry."
"How did you get here?"
"This came out of the window. I
looked up and saw no one. I rang the
bell. A fat woman answered it. I
handed this in. She said instantly:
It's Miss Amherst's. You take it up.'
"For goodness sake, don't ask
thanks for that. I hate it. I threw it
out. I never want to see a feather. I
work with them all day."
"Now I. must go. But, say, will you
do something for me? I'm going to a
party and my only pair of gloves need
mending. Do you think you could put
in a stitch?"' :
"Yes, indeed! 111 be glad to." y
"Then I'll be going by in fifteen min
utes. I can't come up. Have you
anything you can let down?"
"IH tie a string to my hat."
"But when they are done, what will
'When they're done! Oh, 111 Just
Fifteen minutes later Clara Jane
drew up the hat, basketlike, containing
a large paper parcel that smelled de
licious when opened.
Sausages, a soft-shelled crab, a
baked potato, hot rolls, butter, mar
malade and cake from; a nearby' res
taurant. "I'll have to eat"
So she did even the potato skin.
Then she waited for the whistle, all
evening, but none came and she was
glad of it after all. She was begin
ning to like her Irishman.
Clara Jane awoke with the birds,
country fashion, put an old buckle on
her hat where the feather thing had
been and drank some coffee made over
the gasyjet Then she went to work.
Her particular department of the big
store was feather's. "I hate to go in,"
she protested as she tied on her apron,
"I wonder if they won't give me roses
and flowers instead. That's the floor
above and it would be a change of,
scene as well as occupation. If I ever
get into the trimming department I'll
know the millennium has come!"
"I think .it's here," said a voice sus suspiciously
piciously suspiciously like the Irishman's.
She was talking aloud and didn't
know It. It, came from loneliness.
Clara Jane turned and confirmed the
suspicion. "Where are the gloves I
was to mend?"
His face fell. "I forgot all about
"You told a story!"
"A downright black lie. It's terrible
sorry I am."
"You don't look It Anyway you are
"The crab was fine."
"And the sausages were better!"
"Don't say that again. And the po
tatoes and, rolls and all the rest of the
stuff were delicious! It saved my life."
She bent her arm. "I'm as strong as
Samson this morning. I could pluck
an ostrich, much as I hate feathers.
"I came to see about it"
"About what?"' v
"Giving you another position. This
is my store, Miss Lady-From-the-Coun-
"My name is Clara Jane Amherst. I
suppose you are Mr. Terry if you own
"You don't seem much impressed!'
"I'm not I hate the old place. Any
way I'd rather work with the flowers."
"Won't anything else do?"
"Well, I can't starve, so I can't leave.
If you order me to the cellar to shovel
coal I'll have to go."
, "Worse than that I'm going to or
der' you out of the store and into my
house, If you'll go. I never wanted a
wife until yesterday and she intro introduced
duced introduced herself by throwing things at
me. That's the spirit I like. Suits
my Irish blood. What do you say.
mavouraeen will you come?"
"Weill, you are direct. I I don't-
"Thafs no way to begin. Try it
"Well maybe I"
- "That's better. Go on."
"Perhaps I will."
"Fine. When do you want to be
(Copyright, 191&. by the McClure Newspa
"Is your daughter improving in her
"No. But the next best thing Js
happening. She's getting tired of it
and won't practice."
The Evening Star may always be
found on sale at Gerig's News
About 10:45 o'clock this morning
Mrs. D. M. Smith, driving her car,
along Main street, at the intersection
of Broadway, struck Mr. C. N. Kirk-
land, general manager of the Ocala
Grocery Co., and dragged him over
the brick pavement for some dis
tance. Mr. Kirkland received a scalp
wound and was bruised and cut about
the shoulder, arms and legs He was
taken to his home, and an examination
showed no bones broken. Mr. Kirk
land was crossing from the Court
Pharmacy corner to the Ocala House
corner at the intersection of Main
street and Broadway. Mrs. Smith
came along Main street from the
south, and seeing Mr. Kirkland sig signaled
naled signaled for him to look out, Mr. Kirk Kirkland,
land, Kirkland, however, did not notice the au
to horn and was not aware of the
car until it was upon him. Some
jockeying followed, in which Mrs.
Smith and Mr. Kirkland tried to get
out of each other's way. Mrs. Smith
did her best to avoid striking Mr.
Kirkland, but it seemed like he was
confused by finding himself in dang
er and everytime she tried to turn,
he turned the same way, until the
car finally struck him.
Mrs. James E. Johnson and little
daughters Sara and Lucy, returned
yesterday afternoon f rom' Tampa,
where they have been for several
weeks the guests of Mrs. Robert C.
Sales. After a short visit with. rela relatives
tives relatives here, Mrs. Johnson will go to
Palatka, where'Mr. Johnson is engag
ed in the wholesale grocery business.
W. K.' LANE, M. D Prysiclan and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat Law Library Building, Ocala,
WANTED; LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIM-f
f SIM-f ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
WANTED Temple Theater first
mortgage bonds at price to yield 5
per cent annually. Address P. O.
Box 494, Ocala, Fla. 7-31-6t
WANTED Refrigerator, show case,
scales and- safe suitable for general
store. Must be in good condition.
State where located, price and full
particulars. Address Store, care the
Ocala Star. 28-lt v
SEWING WANTED Little beys'
suits and rompers a specialty. Apply
118 West Adams street. 27-6t
OLD MIRRORS re-silvered, Safety
Razor Blades re-sharpened. Detter-
ich, 428 N. Magnolia St. 4t
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
FOR RENT A well located cottage
of five rooms, three blocks from the
square; all modern conveniences. Ap Apply
ply Apply to R. R. Carroll, Star office, tf
FOR SALE A good second hand
three-burner gas stove with oven for
baking. Will sell cheap for cash.
Cooks and bakes good. Apply at Star
WANTED Four second-hand man man-tlepieces,
tlepieces, man-tlepieces, at once. Must be in good
condition and cheap. Apply to C. M.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Coo
tract work. Gives More and Better
Work for. the lionet thanAny Other
Contractor in the ettj.
HE big value car
.it's bm in service
economy big in general satis satisfaction.
faction. satisfaction. More for your money
every dollar representing
actual service-value, v
Touring Car $595; Roadster $580; Cabriolet $865; Town Car $915; Sedan $985
Fully equipped, including electric starter and lights. All prices f. o. b. Detroit.
IR. Rr CARROLL, DIstFibetor ;
STAR BUILDING PHONE 51 OCALA, FLORIDA
HUMAN SACRIFICE IN INDIh
Dream Regarding Treasure Trove
Leads Hindu's to Execute Youth
London. A dispatch from Calcutta
says that a case of human sacrifice is
reported from a Hindu temple at Jaff Jaffna.
na. Jaffna. It appears that certain Hindus
of Vannarponnal were strongly tempted
by a dream regarding treasure troye.
Believing that by the sacrifice of an
innocent youth to the goddess they
could obtain the desired money, they
led a youth of twenty at dead of night
to the temple of the goddess, where
he was drugged and his throat cut.
TAKES UP AVIATION
v. y:::-:-::x:::::::-Xv:-:vft::::x ::o:S: ::
. Miss Marie Peary, daughter of Ad Admiral
miral Admiral and Mrs. Robert E. Peary, has
engaged In the study of aviation as a
summer pastime. She and her moth mother
er mother are spending the hot months on the
Maine coast, and Miss Peary is ab absorbing
sorbing absorbing everything she can find on the
subject of flying with -the" intent of
taking a course in actual flying as
soon as she has finished her perlim perlim-inary
inary perlim-inary work. Her interest in the study
Is inspired by her father's absorption
Denmark In Her Prime.
.In the twelfth century Denmark waa
the mightiest state in northern Europe,
and the Baltic bad become a "Danish
Mediterranean." This supremacy was
short lived, though, and the country
never again regained the power and
prestige which she had won and lost
at the point of the sword. Argonaut
Wanted to Demonstrate.
"This man says you kicked him."
said the judge. :
"I did, your honor."
"Could you tell us how hard you
"I could show you, your honor.
Tonkers Statesman. f
"Ye" Is Pronounced trThuh.n
The y" in "ye" is simply a substi substitute
tute substitute for the Anglo-Saxon "thorn let letter,"
ter," letter," so called, which we have no way
of getting into this column. That
Anglo-Saxon letter, like the corre corresponding
sponding corresponding Icelandic character, stood
for "th." The Encyclopedia Britan Britan-nica
nica Britan-nica says:
"The English letter thorn' sur survived
vived survived and continued in use down to
the fifteenth century, when it was
transformed to y."
As for the pronunciation of "ye,"
meaning "the, it is, of course (as near
as we can put it into printer's ink)
"thuh" today, as was in Chaucer's
time and long before. Nobody who
speaks English ever pronounces "the"
as if it spelled "thee. but gives it
the same sound as the "e" has in the
corresponding French word. Just aa
the French pronounce "le jour" "luh
zhour," so is "the day" pronounced
"thuh day." . The class is now
dismissed. Manitoba Free Fress.
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.
t...$ It i I
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. MetTert, 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. Mefferf, J. J. Gerig.
Sanitary H. A. Fausett, chairman;
D. W. Tompkins, J. T. Moore. 1
Light and Water G. A. Nash,
chairman; D. W. Tompkins, J. M. Mef Meffert.
Building H. M. Weathers, chair chairman;
man; chairman; H. A; Fausett, D. E. Mclver.
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
and Diarrhoea Remedy is worth many
times its cost when needed and is al almost
most almost certain to be needed before the
summer is over. It has no superior J
for the purposes for which it is in intended.
tended. intended. Buy it now. Obtainable ev everywhere.
erywhere. everywhere. Adv.
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
IARiOJX-DUNN MASOKfC; LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. d
A. M., meets on the first and thir
Thursday evening of each month at
8:00 o'clock, until further notice.
B. C. Webb, W. M.
Jake Brown. Secretary. Ad
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 Iodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Huesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffioe, east side.
R. S. Rogers, E. R.
E. J. Crook, Secretary.
KJflUHTS OP 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. S. a
ORDER OF EASTERN feTAR
Ocala Ciapter, No. 23, O. E. S S-meeth
meeth S-meeth at Yonge'a hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Myrtie G. Kramer. W. M.
Mrs. Lillian simmacs, Secy.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, L O. O. F
meets every Tuesday evening in the
Odd Fellows hall on the third floor of
the Star office building at 8 o'clock
promptly. A warm welcome always
extended to visiting brothers.
F. E. McClane, N. G.
L. H. Pillans, Secretary.
WOODMJS OP THE AVOKLD
Fon King Camp No. 14 tcbeta at
the K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every
second nd fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereign? are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C C
Chas- JL Sage. Clerk.
CHAPTAIB NO. 13, R. A. 3
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. IS, R. A. 31.. on the
fourth Friday in every month aft
8 p. m. A. E. Burnett, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secy.
A high grade automobile-
built as you want it built runs
as you want' it to run for only
$595. A demonstration will
give you new ideas regarding
motor car values. We have a
car ready for you.
GEORGIA SOUTHERN & FLORIDA RAILWAY
TUESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1916
Lv. Union Depot, Palatka 5:15 a. m.
Lv. Hampton. ..'........6:53a.m.
Lv. Lake Butler ........... 7 :05 a. m.
Lv. Jacksonville ..7:10a.m.
Trains from Jacksonville carry first
ers through to Macon and Atlanta without change.Tickets will be good re returning
turning returning on any regular train until and including August 20th. Trains will
be personnally conducted and usual amount of baggage may be checked.
J. H. RAFFTERY, D. P. A.
ia the Heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service ia
second to none. ;
RATES From $1.50 per day per person to $6.00.
ROBERT M. MEYER, J. E. KAVANAUGH
TMAMSFEE III STOIAGE
Teams for Rcnl Light and Heavy; Hauling Moving, Packing
Rt, Rev. Abbott Charles, President.
V 5 t- -T -i
Saint Leo, PascoICounty, Florida
Five Miles West of Dade City and On Mile East of San Antonio
BOARDING SCHOOL for BOYS and YOUNG
MEN, INCORF ORATED JUNE 4, 1889
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COURSES
$225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MOMTHS
V. S. POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE. E STRESS and
A. C. h. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 13, 1916 J
Where Shall I
UNIVERSITY OF FL0RD3A
Investigate its Advantages Before
Choosing Your College.
436 students from 51 Florida counties
and 24 states and foreign" countries
1915-16. Total 818 including summer
school. Write at once for catalog.
A. A. MURPHREE, President.
Valdosta Macon Atlanta
Rev. Father Benedict, Director.
Go To School ?
FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR
An Institution of the Highest Ranlc
for the Education of Young Women''.
5&9 students from 52 Florida counties
and 11 states 1915-16. Total 818 in including
cluding including summer school. Write at once
EDWARD CONRADI, President.
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