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The Ocala evening star
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Fair tonight. Saturday, scattered
sovi2s and thunder showers.

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American arid Mexican Commissioners will
Argue the Question Gut



Washington, Aug. 4. The joint
commission of American and Mexican
representatives may be ready to start
their deliberations within ten days.
President Wilson will probably ap appoint
point appoint the American commissioners as
soon as official continuation of tne
Mexican appointments has been re received.
ceived. received. The appointment of the Mex Mexican
ican Mexican members of the commission yes yesterday
terday yesterday is., taken to mean that the
measure 13 accepted by the United
scope of the conference.
, ... .
Mexican Ambassador Arredondo
handed the state department today
Carranza's reply to the latest Amer American
ican American note. The communication also
announced the appointment of three
Mexican, commissioners,
The Mexican ambassador said Old
Point Comfort Virginia, or Asbury
Park, New Jersey, would be selected as
the meeting place of the commission
, From the text of Carranza's note,
the do facto government apparently
rejects the United States' proposal
that the commission 'consider ques questions
tions questions other than those affecting the
military situation.
And Five Thousand Stricken with In Infantile
fantile Infantile Paralysis in New York
Sinc the Epidemic Broke
, Fenol
Court f
nopoly r
,rociated Press)
Aug. 4 More thai one
Idren have died during
; of infantile paralysis and
1546' )v,ve thousand stricken.
treet Car Men for Their
rs to Acceae to
,g. 4 Whether a trol trol-xike,
xike, trol-xike, involving from
.Jusand employees, will
; .will be known tonight.
New York
savannah i
et by the men for
TWnoCs to accede to the de-
1916, with -j'-y recognition and In-
JacKsonville, !res at 3 o'clock this
Philadelphia as been n0 inft.
baths, also siu -'P3 a"ede
m all rooms. V... tneir men. more
passed. Reser ,d strike breakers
on application. here. The men
Address Merch .tonight to decide
II. C. AVERY, called. A delega
V' W. P.i"e employees have
for police protection
a strike, claiming that
two thousand are not in
VI l
.;oi"'of a strike.
The long delayed shipment of six
Maxwell touring cars ... of the 1917
models arrived in town late this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon and will be ready for delivery
tomorrow (Saturday) morning. This
carload has ben en route from De Detroit
troit Detroit since the 12th of July; Another
shipment of six cars for the Maxwel
agency at Ocala left the .factory on
the 26th of July and will arrive, in a
few days.
If Mr. Albert Graham and Mr. Pat
Randall will present this notice to the
refreshment stand of the Silver
Rnrincrs company "at Silver Springs
they will be treated to bottled coca-
col. i, at our expense. The Ocala Coca
Coja Bottling Works.


(Associated Press)
Second Regiment has Been Drilled Into
Good Shape and is Eeager
' for Border Service
(Special Correspondence of the Star)
Black Point, Aug. 3-The boys are
all eagerly awaiting orders to entrain
for the border. Every day sees the
men in better shape and all are work working
ing working hard with the expectation of
eaving soon for the border.
Besides being soldiers the boys did
"movie"' act ; Saturday. The regi
ment marched out in heavy marching
order and was photographed in line
of column and tnen pulled a regi regimental
mental regimental parade.
Quite a few of the men not qualify
ing who made fairly, good" scores are
being given another chance to make
good. AH the boys should be given a
The machine gun men who have
divided among different companies
have assembled and tented on the
Again recruiting officers have Jbeen
sent out to try and get enough men to
bring the regiment up to war
. The .boys have been keeping "open
house" this week, entertaining friends
and relatives from their "old home
The boys extend to Jake Goldman a
"thank you" for the mandolin pre
sented to Company A. :
Second Regiment, However, Continues
to Improve in Efficiency
Officers in authority at state camp,
where the Second Florida Infantry is
mobilized, are still without the slight
est information as to when the regi regiment
ment regiment will move to the Mexican border.
No troops have moved to the border
since the war department some weeks
ago announced that no more would be?
sent until they had been thoroughly
equipped. The Florida regiment is still
short some equipment, which is abso absolutely
lutely absolutely necessary to its needs in the
boMer country.
In the meantime the unit is going
ahead piling up efficiency, and when it
does get to the border, which many
believe will eventually be the case, it
is going to make a whole lot of people
down there sit up and take notice.
The battalions are daily on the road
for practice marches, or at work
mastering the intricacies of extended
order drill, or ort the rifle range ac
quiring proficiency in the use of the
small arm.
The commands progress is ; now
very noticeable, and when it turns out
for parade or drill it has the bearing
and swing of a regular regiment.
; The officers and men will soon have
another- pay day a full month this
time, and of course, the event is be
ing anticipated with pleasure. In fact,
pay is past due, and it is believed
that the reason the disbursing officer
has" not been around before is that the
war. department is waiting the pleas
ure of Congress, in getting through
the army appropriation billr which has
been tied up in conference for some
time. Uncle Sam is good, however,
for anything he owes, and there is
no uneasiness m camp.-
MAXWELL Touring Cars (60-inch
TREAD) now in stock at Ocala ready
for delivery. R. R, Carroll.
We carry a full line of Newport
bathing shoes. Gerig's tf

V- TO Elllilll


This Congress Has Appropriated a
Billion and a Half at One
, Session
(Associated Press) s
Washington, Aug., 4, Appropria Appropriations
tions Appropriations of the present Congress have
passed the $1,500,000,000 mark, and
set a new record. The bill for the
support of the District of Columbia
carried the appropriations over the
previous mark. Several other bills
still remain and leaders expect- (ap (appropriations
propriations (appropriations of another hundred mill millions
ions millions before adjournment.
According to E. L. Stapp, one of the
managers of the Florida Title & Ab Abstract
stract Abstract company,' the. company's busi business
ness business is better today than it has been
for months, and it is now in its new
office on the north side of the square
in the building formerly occupied by
the Central National Bank. The rear
offices in the building, which the com company
pany company hasaken, have been remodeled
and renovated, and a fire-proof, rein reinforced
forced reinforced concrete vault has been added.
The company at present has four
men in its office. Mr. C. A. Emerson
became a member of the office force
on the first of the month. Most of
the company's business is in Citrus,
Levy, Hernando and Sumter counties.
An abstract of 65,000 acres of-land in
Citrus county is at present being
made. In Sumter and Levy counties
20,000 are being abstracted.
The managers of the company,
which recently changed ownership,
are Mr. E. L. Stapp and Mr. Frank B.
Americans Fighting For the Allies to
be Treated as Franc Tireurs
London, Aug. 4. The Frankfurter
Zeitung says a dispatch from the
Reuter correspondent at Amsterdam
reproduced from the Rheinisch West West-falische
falische West-falische Zeitung of Essen, a remark remarkable
able remarkable letter arguing' that Germany has
the right to treat as common mur
derers any subjects of neutral states
caught fighting on the -side of Ger
many's' enemies. The letter in part
"We are waging no war with the
United States, but North Americans
whom we encounter with arms in their
hands ought to be treated as franc
tireurs and shot."
The -Frankfurter Zeitung asks if
the Rheinisch Zeitung would consider
it legal for England to have shot Ger Germans
mans Germans who foughV against' the British
in the Transvaal.
There will be services in German,
led by Rev. H. Neidernhoefer, at the
Christian church Sunday, at 2:30 p
m. All who come will be made wel
' Try. it and seeone application will
prove more than a column of claims.
James S. Ferguson,' Phihru, Pa writes,
"I have had wonderful relief since I
used Sloan's Liniment on my knees.
To think. after all these years of pain
one application gave me relief. Many
thanks for what your remedy -has
done for me." Don't keep on suffer suffering,
ing, suffering, apply Sloan's Liniment where
your pain is and notice how quick
you get relief. Penetrates without
rubbing. But it as any drug 'store.
25c Adv. 3





Washington, Aug. A, The Senate
commerce committee today voted to
table Senator Newlands' resolution,
directing the Interstate Commerce
Commission to investigate wages and
hours of service ofeach class of rail
road employees. The proposal seem
ed inadvisable, pending the mediation
dis putes between railroads and their
Judge Chambers, commissioner of
the United States board of mediation,
told President Wilson today that the
government could do nothing formally
in the threatened railroad strike until
after the railroad managers and the
representatives of the employees meet
next week, after, the strike i vote is
counted. Judge Chambers thinks that
the employers and employees will
reach an agreement.
The union leaders will decide their
course today, in event the railroads
again refuse their demands.
Just before press time this after
noon, tne star learns mat tne ran ran-roads
roads ran-roads have accepted the proposition
of A. M. Walkup of Richmond, con con-tractor
tractor con-tractor for the union, to move the
building to the south side of the Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard tracks. It is understood that
the cost of removal will be $5,400.
Here are some points on perma
nent roads and road bond issue taken
from the United States department
of agriculture's bulletin on "Highway
Bonds," as compiled by Laurence S.
Hewes, chief, economics and mainte maintenance,
nance, maintenance, office of public roads, and Jas.
W Glover, professor of mathematics
and, insurance, University of .- Michi
gan, collaborator officer, of public
Frem the standpoint of public econ
omy the annual cost of hauling repre represents
sents represents the operating expenses of the
load system. The direct return upon
the highway, then, is the reduction in
operating expenses. 'The difference
between the old hauling costs and the
hauling costs over the improved roads
is a real saving to the community.
The unit in which hauling costs are
measured is the ton-mile. The cost of
hauling a ton one mile on a poor road
probably varies on an average, from
20 to 35 cents. It depends on the con condition
dition condition of the road and changes great
ly during the year. Ton-mile costs as
low. as 10 cents are common in Eu
rope oh first-class highways. Even
with the extreme variations of wages
it is doubtful if the cost per ton-mile
in this country on an average ade
quately-improved road exceeds 15
it is common to nnd mat wnen a
poor market road is improved the cost
of hauling is reduced by from 2 to 10
cents per ton-mile; v
The fundamental advantage of the
bond plan is the construction of a
good system of roads at once, but
there are secondary advantages In
building roads in long stretches and
in the planning and maintenance of
such roads.
The question is not merely whether
a community shall incur a debt; it is
also a question as to whether the
maximum economic efficiency and the
full development of the public wealth
will be best promoted by using public
credit. 'r v
A mile of road sustaining 3,00Q tons
of travel per year, for example, would
pay interest and retirement on $1000
in 4 per cent bonds if the cost of haul hauling
ing hauling .were reduced 2.4 cents per ton-
mile, -z
In addition to the strictly measur
able economic benefits to a community
from road improvement, there are
many other economic, benefits and
very great social benefits which are
not readily, measured. Increased
school and church attendance and a
general stimulus to business result.
' The very presence of the improved
road system increases the value of the
county property.
The location of the roads to be Im Improved
proved Improved should not be determined by
arrangement, but upon sound engi engineering
neering engineering and economic principles. In

AUGUST 4, 1916



Treaty was Signed in New Yorlc City
this Morning by Lansing and
Minister Brun 4
(Associated Press)
' Washington, Augi 4. Acting Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Polk announced this morning
that the treaty by which the United
States purchases the Danish West In Indies
dies Indies from Denmark for $25,000,000
was signed in New York this morning
by Secretary Lansing t and Minister
Brun. ..; v-:v-. .' .-; ,
Senator Hardwick of Georgia Leads
in Opposition to this Humane
' Measure
' (Associated Press)
Washington, August 4. Senator
Hardwick, of Georgia, in behalf of
those southern senators, who are op opposing
posing opposing the child labor bill, opened the
attack on the measure this morning,
questioning its constitutionality. He
said the bill far exceeded the limits
set down by Congress and the su supreme
preme supreme court in the lottery law, which
advocates the child labox bill and
would exclude from commerce any
commodity produced by anyone who
does not live up to the rule or civil
conduct to be laid down by congress.
He said it was a matter for the, not
Congress. ' .
The Ocala Juniors Defeated Reddkk
5 to 3 in a Very Interesting Game -at
Hunter Park Yesterday
' It was the decisive game of a three-
game series, ine juniors nave won
two and Reddick one. The feature of
the game was the pitching of Clayton,
who allowed only three hits. The
Ocala line-up was, Leavengobd, c; P.
Clayton, p; Slott, lb; Goldman, 2b;
Liddell, ss; Anderson, 3b; Hardage,
If; Brooks, cf ; Smith, rf. Batteries:
Ocala, P. Clayton and Leavengood;
Reddick, Clay, Martin and Denham.
Summary; Ocala, 5 runs, 10 hits, 3
errors;" Reddick, 5 runs, 3 hits, 4 er errors.
rors. errors. Struck out by Clayton 10, Clay
5, Martin 1. Two-base hit, Hardage;
stolen bases, Ocala 5, Reddick 2. Wild
pitch, Clayton 2. ;
As Ocala has no first team the Jun Juniors
iors Juniors are trying" to schedule games' for
Thursday afternoon in the future.
. .;
Miss Polly Williams, daughter of
Judge David S. Williams, has been
chosen director of art at the State
College for Women at Tallahassee.
This will be good news to the many
Ocala friends of Miss Williams, who
hope she will visit her old home fre frequently
quently frequently when she takes up her new
work so near by.
planning, tiie highway system or the
maia market roads, it will be found
necessary to omit many roads the im
provement of which is greatly desired
by abutting landowners. The fact
that snch property owners must pay
a tax for the bond issue, is only" an
apparent injustice, for if the highway
system is well planned the entire
county will feel the benefits of the im
provement. As a ruleVjmain market
roads reach the majority, of producing
areas, and when they are improved all
land values tend to increase.
v The general advance in facilities
for doing county business from town
headquarters when roads are improv
ed is no inconsiderable factor in the
commercial life of the community.



Teutons and French Take and
Retake the Town



(Associated Press)

London, Aug. 4. Attacking simul
taneously: from the northwest and
southeast, the French this : morning
captured Fleury, three miles north of
Verdun, taking several hundred Ger German
man German prisoners. Later, furious German
counter atacks regained the southern
portion of the village. Heavy fight
ing is still in progress. The French
offensive in this section begun three
days ago.
'.-'. y
Berlin officially announced today
that the Germans this morning re
gained Fleury.
French reports say that they ad
vanced along a three mile front .east
of the Meuse, attacked and regained
Thiaumont redoubt, but were com compelled
pelled compelled withdraw later because of
German bombardments.
. '
There were slight British gains
west of Pozieres, the only activity in
the Somme region.
.The Russians after" a temporary
check in the Volhynian campaign, ad advanced
vanced advanced in the region of the Stokhod
river to within nineteen miles of,
Kovel, capturing the village of Rudka-j
Montreal, Aug'. 4. The British
steamer Clodmore, just in port from
Genoa, Italy, had a battle in the Med Mediterranean
iterranean Mediterranean with a German or an Aus Austrian
trian Austrian submarine, her commander,
Charles Hunter, reports. He believes
that he left the submarine sinking.
The Clodmore shows the marks of
the submarine's gunfire. The steam steamship
ship steamship is armed with one gun for de
fensive purposes, and it was with this,
her captain said, that he shelled the
submarine when she attacked. The
battle' lasted half an hour, according
to Captain Hunter, but. only one shell
did serious damage to the Clodmoor.
Thisipierced the vessel near the en engineer's
gineer's engineer's and mate' quarters. Sev Several
eral Several shells, however, dropped on the
vessel's decks.
The Clodmoor was on her way from
tn npnna when the attack
A44 ViAUVl V v
occurred, on June -16, about sixty
miles south of Genoa. This is the first
news of the incident to reach this
country, "j
(Jacksonville Metropolis,' 3rd)
Arranging for the sale of large
numbers of Florida-raised hogs, A. C.
Davenport, editor of the Daily Jour Journal
nal Journal and Stockman, Omaha, Neb., and
one of Florida's A most enthusiastic
scientific farmers, is in the city today
conferring with officials of Armour &
Co. Mr. Davenport has a large farm
at Belleview, near Ocala, and came
here with his son, who is in charge of
the place, making the trip by auto
Mr. Davenport this morning called
on President F. C. Groover, of the
chamber of commerce, and spoke in interestingly
terestingly interestingly on the cattle situation in
the state, declaring Florida has now
an opportunity of forging to the fore
as a stock state. Mr. Davenport him
self 4 has a large herd of cattle and
many hogs, and plans to begin raising
them on a more extensive scale' in an anticipation
ticipation anticipation of the demand which the
Armour plant is certain to create.
MAXWELL Touring Cars (60-inch
TREAD) now in stock at Ocala ready
for delivery. v R. R. Carroll.
Take Rexall liver salts for that
tired, lazy feeling. Gerig's. tf
Seed oats, seed rye and rape seed,
for fall planting. Ocala Seed Store, tf

VOL. 22, NO. 188

Sunday Afternoon Spent by Our
Belleview Correspondent with
' the Soldiers
Belleview, August 1.
I had been threatening to inflict
my presence upon the boys from Mar Marion
ion Marion county who are at Black Point
and who are masquerading under the
title of "soldier." .Knowing so many
of them in private,' lif e, I wanted to
see just what difference, if any, camp
life made in th ir make-up, I wanted
to see why some neode dienified the
boys with the title of tin soldiers, and
ii mere were any tin soiaiers tnere,
I wanted to look at them and piste
them in my storehouse of memory.
After a careful inventory of some
mileage 'books, and wiring some
friends in Jacksonville that, we were
leaving, Minnie and I were launched
upon our great adventure.
Spon after passing the classic
town of Santos we found the local
freight with a disabled car on ac account
count account of a hot-box. It delayed us two
hours, but the time was to us as
nothing, for we visited and made
friends. We rolled into Jacksonville
a couple of hours behind time, none
the worse for our wait and a big auto
whisked us out to Springfield, where
supper was waiting.
The movies claimed Our attention
Saturday night, and it was a delight
ful feeling to walk the streets of
Jacksonville aiver so long an absence,
and recall the days of early childhood.
When I was a little girl I knew nearly
every street car conductor in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville and knew where every car
went. Now the whole thing is a Chi
nese puzzle.
When I lived in Jacksonville lots of
the streets were pure sand; now it is
hard to find a sand street, and Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville classes with anything of its
size 'that I have seen anywhere. So we
just reveled in the delights that the
stores, Jhe crowds and the movies fur furnished
nished furnished us until it got late and we were
tired and sleepy.
Sunday afternoon our hosts, rolled
out the gas gas-eater and away we
went, a little bout thru Springfield,
over smooth streets; past magnificent
houses and churches; down town we
sped and on and over the viaduct that
lead3 to Riverside, Ortega and Black
Point, where our soldier boys were
waiting us.
Beautiful Riverside unrolled itself
before us with its elegant homes,
stately trees and well kept parks and
a we sped past streets leading down
to the water we had glimpses of the
St. Johns 'river lending a streak of
color and life to the everchanging
scenes around us until we rolled across
a big, long bridge and entered beauti beautiful
ful beautiful Ortega, and on and on we sped,
with hundreds of cars passing and re repassing
passing repassing us constantly,- until "halt,"
and there we were before a big gate,
with real soldiers barring the way.
And this was Black Point, the object
cf our quest.
The gate swung open and we en entered.
tered. entered. A panoramic view opened up
before us. Imagine, if you can, an
immense point of land, shaped like a
horseshoe, jutting out into a body of
water, and you have l3lack Point. The
horseshoe itself represents a fringe
of tree3 and undergrowth about 200
yards wide, extending backward from
the river front to the driveway, and
arotfhd the entire river front leaving
an immense open field or plain in the
center for maneuvers and drill work work-Imagine
Imagine work-Imagine the gate as beginning at the
inside, rim of the horseshoe, and you
(Continued on Page Two)

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II. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. learenfood, BaalacM :
' J. H. Beajamla, Editor ;.-
Entered at Ocala, Fla., poatofflce as second claaa matter.


(Domeatle) (Forelra)
One year, in advance........... 5.00 One year. In advance....... ....fl.tO
Bix months, In advance .. J.60 Six month. In advance......... 4.25
Three months, in advance...... 1.26 "Three months, In advance...... 2.25
One month. In advance.. 60 One month. In advance. ....... .It

The Seaboard Air Line has put on
a package car service between Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati and Tampa. Ocala will benefit
One of the books at the public li library
brary library bears the title of the "Imita "Imitation
tion "Imitation of Christ.' There are not as
many imitations of Christ in Ocala as
there should be.
, With the county .now spending an
average of $44,000 a year on the up upkeep
keep upkeep of its roads, if the disbursements
of the last three years are an indica indication,
tion, indication, at the end of 30 years, the
length of time named for the proposed
bonds, the county will have spent for
up-keep $1,320,000. And how much
better off would the county be for
roads at the end of that time?
ThV Star, as aforesaid, thinks it
will pay Marion county to bond for
good rpads. We think, however, that
it will not be good policy to bond un unless
less unless there is a large majority in favor
of it. We have noticed that bond elec elections
tions elections carried by narrow majorities
have-resulted in so much contest and
bitter feeling that their benefit has
been greatly reduced, if not elimi eliminated.
nated. eliminated. if :'
They are no longer called jitneys in
Jacksonville. Because they are paint-
' ed yellow they are called yellow yellow-jackets.
jackets. yellow-jackets. Clearwater Sun.
Do they sting? Tampa Tribune.
. They stung us the 'last two Sun Sundays,
days, Sundays, on each of which we rode out to
Silver Springs in .one and had to take
f our choice between holding a fat man
.on our lap all the way back, walking
or paying 50 cents to ride in a. sure-
enough car. ''
that Marion county would have all
that is desirable in a road if the pres present
ent present lime and sand-clay roads were
put in first class condition and then
divided into districts and men with
teams kept constantly repairing
whereever any evidence of deteriora deterioration
tion deterioration appears. The fact that the lime
and sand-clay roads can be washed
. out over night by the hard rains
seems to be lost sight of.
. 'We have no doubt that most Amer Americans
icans Americans will be glad if the Deutschland
has run the blockade, and will be glad
to, hear she has won her, way home.
She has a brave and skillful crew, and
it is hard to believe that the gallant
and genial seaman, whose last words
before his craft sought safety under
the waves, expressed good, wishes for
America, belongs to the same natio'n
with the sneaking assassin who tor torpedoed
pedoed torpedoed the Lusitania. However, we
nave a lot or rmgnty oaa men in our
own country, so. we can't very well
wonder that they are some among the
The British government is being
roundly abused for the execution of
Sir Roger Casement. It is easy to
nndprfitand whv Germans and tro-
, Uermans assail .Britain lor tnis act,
as they do for everything, else, but
the Star doesn't see why Americans
should take it to heart, and especially
why they should compare Casement to
Washington or any other patriot.
Casement was for years a trusted ser servant
vant servant of the British government and
a3 such was a bitter enemy of the
Boers an independent people who
struggled to preserve their independ independence.
ence. independence. The Star thinks his record put
him much more in the class of Bene Benedict
dict Benedict Arnold than in that of Washington.'-
' ' -'-.:5V-
Although knowing W. V. Knott
pretty well for a pretty long time, we
confess the necessity of revising our
impressions of him somewhat. From
his quiet and mild, and even sort of
scary demeanor we haddrawn an im impression
pression impression of a lack of ; the necessary
spinal column for the chief executive
of a great state; but from the way
; he stands by his guns through this
"tremendous drive we're bound now to
think that column goes all the way
through without' a limber spot in it,
and that there is simply no scare to
him. St. Petersburg Times.
As a general thing, a quiet man
like Knott has ten times as much
sand as a noisy blusterer like
Fill in the blank for yourself.
It's the Star's opinion that the
rmmril' .will-ha iinuric nnrl iirmisf if
it amends the plumbing "ordinance
against the recommendations of the
judiciary committee. It will, be un unwise
wise unwise because nobody1 but a plumber
has any .business to do the work in
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the matter of toilets and sinks, is of
all things likely to cause sickness, not
only in houses where such work is
done, but in those where the work is
done with care and skill. It will be
unjust, because the city of Ocala ex-
try to carry on businesin its limits,
and it isn't fair to them to turn their
( vork over to every Tom,' Dick and
Harry who doesn't in return con con-"
" con-" tribute to paying the public expenses.
It's the Star's opinion that if the
amendment is passed that the plumb-


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mains the same. Our friends
will save themselves possible
; annoyance and delay by 'keep-
ing this in mind when calling
up the Star office in future.
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ers have a right to enjoin the council
or sue for a return of their license
Late yesterday afternoon,, after the
first page of the Weekly Star was
printed, Mr. Ben Raysor sent in a re report
port report of Rev. Catts speech at Lowell,
and a schedule of his appointments
for Marion. As our linotype was out
of action for the night, we could not
set the report; and were .able to give
the schedule in. the weekly only by the
kindness of the Banner, which set it
up for us. It is as follows:
Wednesday, Angnst 16th
Flemlngton, at 10 a. m.
Mcintosh, at 3 p. m.
Citra, at 8 p. m.
Thursday, August 17th
Fort McCoy, at 10 a. m.
Graham ville, at 2 p. m.
Anthony, at 7:30 p. m.
Friday, Angnst 18th
Dunnellon, at 10 a. m.
Ocala, at 7:30 p. m.
The Star respectfully recommends
that the mayor or police committee,
or who ever else has the job in hand,
give "Special" Officer Cash his walk walking
ing walking papers. When Cash first came
here, two or three weeks ago, he un
earthed a .couple of blind tigers, some
thing that it is often advisable to em
ploy a new man to do. Since he has
devoted his talents to arresting peo people
ple people for trivial offenses1 and is; mak making
ing making a nuisance of himself.' He has
hauled up in police : court several re respectable
spectable respectable citizens-for ,acts that a sensible-.
policeman would have simply
corrected them in mere1 r technicali technicalities
ties technicalities caused by ignorance of new ordi ordinances.
nances. ordinances. The other, day a Star reporter
saw him yanking a negro boy off to
the lockup. The boy's offense ; (if he
had committed it) was only a misde-i
meanor, yet Cash was marching' him
along at the muzzle of a gun, like he
was a desperate criminal. He should
have been fired at once for such dime
hovel behavior. The Star is informed
that Cash has applied for a perma permanent
nent permanent position. Judging by. his record,
he hasn't discretion enough ; for t the
job. Ocala has had quite a good po police
lice police force for some years and we
should not like to see the record
broken? If Mr. Cash must be a fly
cop," let him take flight to some cen-
ter of population where his Philo
Gubb talents will be available.
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have us at the entrance of Black
Point, a broad brick roadway forming
a huge, sweeping semi-circle, swept
around to the toe of the horseshoe and
circled around the immense double double-deck
deck double-deck flagpole, from which Old Glory
proudly floated, and as we rolled thru
the gate and smoothly worked our
way up towards the staff headquar headquarters,
ters, headquarters, I should judge about one-half
mile or so, to the left of us the St.
Johns river gleamed and glistened
through the fringe and undergrowth
about two hundred yards away. The
breeze from the river cooled itself as
it stole through the shade of the trees
to our left and fanned us as it came
out of the woods, eausing a feeling of
comfort to steal over us as we bowl bowled
ed bowled along.
The first sight that attracted our
notice was the rifle range, where the
boys go out and shoot little steel steel-pointed
pointed steel-pointed bullets at targets. These tar targets
gets targets have varying ranges, running
from 200 yards to about one-half
mile or more. Here the boys take
cartridges with little steel bullets
sticking out of the end and put them
in their guns; they then take a careful
squint along i the barrel of the gun,
shut their eyes, pull the trigger and
tear a great big hole thru the air.
When they open up their eyes the
target is still there, andthey take an another
other another shot at it, and hit it in the same
place. There is lots of excitement in
this target practice.: I could write a
whole lot more about it if I could only
see them at it, but as -1 have ne ver
seen them shoot, and get my informa information
tion information second handed, I think the above
is a pretty good description.
The next claim to our attention was
a number of buildings to our left,
used for commissary stores, ammuni ammunition
tion ammunition depots, etc., where the substance
for the whole regiment is stored, and
each company draws on these stores
for what it wants .to eat and wear,
and it is the company that has the
best quartermaster who can put up
the biggest bluff that gets the most
supplies. The quartermaster of a
company or regiment bears the same
relation to his men .that the head of
the kitchen bears : to him at home,
viz: a good quartermaster means a
bunch of contented men; so we passed
on and then back to the cushions to
enjoy and observe."
We rolled onward, making a great
sweeping semi-circle, until the gen
era!' staff headquarters loomed np be
fore us, in the shape of a great build
big," situated betwen the driveway and
the river, surrounded by big K shade
trees. Here it is that all general or
ders are received and given out. The
boys affectionately refer to the inhab
itants of this zone as the "leather
legging brigade." The staff officers
and their; wives are quartered ; here
and here are held the big levees, re
ceptions, dances and 7 other social
functions of the like. I did not go to
see the officers, so we did 'not stop
herei but proceeded' on and with a
graceful sweep we circled '. the flag
pole' and parked' our car among hun
dreds of others. V ; Vv
U Having, made one-half the circle of
the horseshoe, we were now anxious
to see what the other side contained,
so facing" down the field, to our left
we discerned a single line or row "of
tehW'vThey,tood out in the clearing,
facing1 the unending row of trees as
far as the eye could see. Upon walk
ing towards them we noticed that
they seemed to be in pairs that is,
two .tents stood side by side, then a
little further on two more tents, close
together and' so on to the end of the
line. Upon inquiry it developed that
this row of tents that run in pairg
were the quarters of the company
commanders, one tent for the cap
tain and the other tent for the first
and second lieutenant. At on corner
of each captain's tent stood a little
fla. They call this the 7 company
flag; Each was of different "color and
pattern front the other little company
flags stuck up at the other tents.
This whole line of f company com
mander, tents faced the woodsr and as
one gazed, toward the dark recesses
of the overhanging branches of the
trees, we could ; discern long rows of
tents stretching away towards the
riven There were the homes of the
privates or fighting men of the line.
Each company, had two rows of tents;
between these two rows of tents the
ground was carefully cleared and lev
eled,, for a space of 75 or 80 feet,
making a clear, broad lane that is
called the cbmpany street.
Now when we reached the company
commanders' tents T looked for Cap Captain
tain Captain Edward Drake, for I know him
and wanted to see what kind of a
captain he looked like. Captain Drake
Was not in evidence, so we passed on
to the lieutenants tent. I ; .used to
know Lieut. Campbell when he was a
little boy and lived in Belleview, years
ago," and I wanted to meet him once
morel I remember once he came into
our store with a' loaded 1 shotgun.
There were a number of customers In
the1 store and some of the boys were
handling the Vgun J rather promiscusr
ously when 5 dad looked up and said,
"Son, is that'gun loaded ?, and Lieut.
Campbell, then in knee breeches, said,
"Yes, sir.' It only took dad about
two steps to reach that gun and eject
the .shell and give Curry a lecture on
he evils of carrying loaded guns into
stores "where people congregated. I
wanted to meet Lieut! Campbell and
remind him of that little incident, but
he Vas nowhere in sight. But now I
guess he" could read" my dad whole
essays on the proper handling of guns.
Anyway, I found -out one thing about
him, that most everybody knows that

frequents these drill grounds and that

i3 that he is considered to be one of
the most efficient drill masters in this
whole regiment, which goes to prove
the value of an early training in
Belleview. Lieut. Marsh was also ab
sent from the post, being off on a re
cruiting trip down state.
Capt. Drake has two very efficient
lieutenants and I am told he is very
proud of them, and all Ocala is proud
of I the three company commanders.
Some one should send them a copy of
Dumas' Three Guardsmen or Three
Musketeers, as it is sometimes known.
As we stood at the officers' quarters
and looked down the company street
the "first thing that struck our eye
was a bonfire, in a hole in the ground,
just in front of the company kitchen,
or mess hall, as the soldiers call it.
This hole is about four or five feet
deep, by three or four feet wide, and
perhaps six fedt long. Into it goes
every bit of refuse, sweepings odds
and ends of any and all descriptions,
so that the grounds are absolutely
free from any litter, paper or trash of
any kind. This fire is kept burning
24 hours a dayi and is a great con con-server
server con-server of health, cleanliness and neat neatness.
ness. neatness. ;
At the head of each company street
and at the end of one of the rows of
tents is the kitchen and as we walked
up, the first familiar face that greeted
me was Alfred Abshire, in full kitch kitchen
en kitchen regalia. Alfred is tie chief cook
and bottle washer for the company.
He was glad to see us and we were
glad to see him looking so contented.
As we stood ..talking" Lloyd Maier
came; up and we exchanged exper experiences,
iences, experiences, we giving him the Belleview
news in exchange for Ms camp exper experiences.
iences. experiences. Just then along came Laurie
Benjamin, minus a shave. Laurie will
ie an officer some of these days, if
the opportunity affords. I missed the
smiling face of Lawton Sims, so sent
Lloyd Maier to find him. He found
him at Sunday school under a big oak
tree. Just then along came Willie
McKay of, Oxford. Willie has his
heart set on going to that barbecue
at Oxford, August 5th, and is- going
if, he has to walk ; and then along
came one of those Johnny on the spot
boys,, Mr. Hugo Mcintosh, a former
attache of Mclver & MacKay's big
store. Mr.' Mcintosh was right on the
job. It was certainly refreshing to
see him put on his best store manner,
and with the air of a professional
salesman take us in charge to shw
us the camp. ; : ,-
- We did not want to buy any' camn
however, but we were glad to have
him do the showing, so down : the
company street we went. We explor
ed the recesses of those tents' and saw
just how those soldier boys lived,
slept aftd existed. While we were ex
ploring, bang went a gun in one of
the tents. For a: minute all was ex
citement m?n rushed here and there.
Suddenly ,, out of space an authorita authoritative
tive authoritative voice rolled out in, tones not to
be mistaken, "Company A, attention!"
Before you could say Jack Robinson,
quietness prevailed. The men came to
attention and the culprit who caused
all the commotion stated that his gun
was loaded but he did not know it
would go off. jOne of the bystanders
casually remarked that "such ignor ignorance
ance ignorance was refreshing," and the inci incident
dent incident was over, Such little, incidents
as these serve to relieve the monotony
of camp life.
After exploring the company street,
we went out and looked at a smaller
row ipf tents behind the cbmpany com
manders' tents These were the major
or battalion commander tents. Each
ma jor has charge of a battalionxor
four companies, but right down in the
middle of the line of officers' tents
was a great big tent with a pavilion
out in front of it. This was the tent
of the commanding colonel of the reg
iment. He is the whole cheese to
mis wnoie aggregation oi louu or
more men. Privates, non-commission
ed and commissioned officers all look
to him. His word is law. I guess
that is why there are so many col colonels
onels colonels in private life, and should we
have war with Mexico there will be a
whole raft of colonels turned loose
on the country, and about forty years
from now people will be calling Willie
Whisenant colonel.
About this time a certain bustle
and running about was noticeable. A
man down near the center of the line
took a little horn and blew through it,
and a little tune came out. I did not
know the tune but our guide told us
tnat the regimental bugler was blow blowing
ing blowing orders to the different company
buglers. So, when this first man
would toot out a little tune other men
all over the grounds would take up
the refrain and they,' too, would toot
out a little tune. It was not ragtime;
I am sure of that, and though it was
Sunday I am quite certain it was not
sacred music. But anyhow, this man
down by the tent where the big noise
held forth stood there and blew his
little tune, and then tunes were taken
up by others "all over the grounds,
and the bugle sounded on all sides. I
then noticed that there was a general
drift of men to their quarters, or com company
pany company street, and the beginning of the
make-up of the great ; regimental
parade was on. Each company form formed
ed formed in its own street and after a good
deal of picking, ; shouting and other
filling and backing, the company was
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ready and stood at rest, and down
the whole line each company stood at
rest in its own company street, in the
dark woods sheltered by the overhang-:
ing branches, and invisible to the
multitude of sight seers.
All this time the little bugles were
giving forth notes, which being prop properly
erly properly interpreted, were repeated from
company to company until all was in
readiness and at the bugle note, a
hush fell on the multitude, and with a
soft, easy swing the regimental band
left its quarters playing a stirring
tune and the game of war was on.
Out into the open they marched
and the music stirred the hearts of
men, women and children, for the
silence of death prevailed as on they
went, straight to a given point and
stopped. A bugle sounded and out
from the depths of the dark woods
crept a slender file of men, heads
erect. After them from a little nook;
further on, another file fell in behind,
and then another and even another
broke from the depths of the woods,
and in. sinuous, rhythmic manner
woiked their way across the open
field, now in one formation, now in
another. They maneuvered around
and came to rest a battalion of men.
The band played and further down the
line a stream of men again emerged
from the woods; out they poured, one
after another, until it just seemed
that those woods were full of soldiers,
and as they streamed across the
grounds, the band playing, the people
held their breath, and as they found
their place and came to rest, another
battalion was in formation; as fast
as one line ended another came out
and kept the thread unbroken, until
a long line crept across the open field
and worked itself into place in keep keeping
ing keeping with the other two battalions. The
bugle sounded, orders ; were shouted,
the onusic crashed and the regiment
was in motion.
A subdued tense thrill ran .through
the multitude of onlookers as the
thousand men shaped themselves into
a marching regiment as one man.
Here and there they went,' winding
their way around and over the field,
giving a good demonstration of the
value of training and such training!
These men, many of them only a few
weeks ago were raw, untrained re recruits,
cruits, recruits, now walking with the confident
air of a trained soldier in Uncle Sam's
army. .:"-M ,::
With a grand sweep the regiment
was brought to rest, facing the flag.
The band, in a very impressive way
played the Star Spangled Banner, the
thousands present bared their, heads,
Old Glory fluttered from its lofty
perch, and dom, down to earth. A
large sfgh escaped from the multi multitude,
tude, multitude, and the parade was over only
a memory.
To the sightseers it was an. object
lesson never tq be forgotten, to the
friends and relatives, there it showed
them that this was no local display,
for it brought to their minds that all
over these. United States at this time
the same scene was being enacted and
the reason for it was the protection of
our homes and firesides.
Here our men were rushing to the
colors to protect the honor of Texas
and Arizona, if the need should hap happen.
pen. happen. -. The men of Texas and Arizona
would rush to the colors to protect
the homes of Florida and jGeorgia or
any other state that might be threat threatened.
ened. threatened. The very immensity of the
thing appals one ;
In our every day existence we see
the boys and young men of our towns
growing up around us, and we look at
them" with varying degree of toler tolerance.
ance. tolerance. Two months ago for any one in
Belleview to have made the state statement
ment statement that Lloyd Maier was a hero
would have brought .ridicule upon all
concerned, and yet who will dispute
today that he is a hero ? Not only
Lloyd Maier, but every mother's son
in the Second Regiment of Florida is
a hero, for they have forsaken home
and fireside to go into camp and sub subject
ject subject themselves to a strict iron rule of
discipline, to which none of them were
accustomed; to put up with all the in inconveniences
conveniences inconveniences of camp life and camp
cooking, to endure day after day, hour
after hour of drilling and preparation
in the boiling' sun with only the pros prospects
pects prospects in sight of going to the hot
burning sands of far awa'y lands and
being shot at by dirty greasers and
probably hit and left like a dog out
in the burning sun by day and the
chill mountain air by night, to die a
miserable death. Why ?' And what for?
First, to protect the home and fire fireside
side fireside of other American citizens like
ourselves. Second, to help these poor,
misguided and misruled greasers to
establish a stable government of their
own. This is the reason why our
boys and men have given up their
comfortable homes, their positions,
their business and all that they hold
near and dear. AH hail to our heroes
at Black Point! Eleanor Tremere.

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Shall they be determined by
Industrial Varfare or
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To' the American Public:
Do you believe in arbitration or indus industrial
trial industrial warfare?
The train employes on all the railroads
have voted whether they will give their leaders
authority to tie up the commerce of the 1
country to enforce their demands for a 100
million dollar wage increase.
The railroads are in the: public service
you r service. This army of employes is in
the public service your serviced
You pay for rail transportation 3 billion
dollars' a year, and-,44 cents out of every
dollar from you goes to the employes."
On all the Southern railroads in 1915, seventy-five percent of the
train employes earned these" wages (lowest, highest and average
of all) as shown by the payrolls
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tipntm: 23w ;mo agaiW
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- The average yearly wage payments to all Southern train em employes
ployes employes (including those who worked only part of the year) as
shown by the 1915 payrolls were
Paenjr Freight Yad
Engineers . . 7. $2144 $1712 $1313
Conductars ..... 1723 1488 1157
Firemen ,V;V; 1096 865 f 683
; Eriltca. ..... 1013 '. 845 868
' A 100 million dollar wage increase for
men in freight and yard service (less than 1
one-fifth of all employes) is equal to a 5 per
cent advance in all freight rates.
The managers of the railroads, as trustees
for the public, have ho right to place this
burden on the cost of transportation to you
vvithout a clear mandate from a public tri tribunal
bunal tribunal speaking for you.
The railroads have proposed the settle settlement
ment settlement of this controversy either under the
existing national arbitration law, or by refer reference
ence reference to the Interstate Commerce Coirimis Coirimis-sion.
sion. Coirimis-sion. This offer has; been refused by the
employes' representatives.
v Shall a nation-wide strike or an
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ernment Government determine this issue ?
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The last few days have marked a numerous advance guard of the
army of mosquitoes that usually appear during the summeh months,
' Flies, Ants, Bugs and all other insects are eliminated, eradicated
and assassinated by the free use of this household insecticide.
Safe to use, effective in the extreme. Fenole is for sale in Ocala
by Marion Hardware Co., Ollie Mordis, Court Pharmacy, Tyding's
Drug Co., Smith Grocery Co., Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.

Iniiiial Llountain aof Seashore Excursion


If You Have any News for this De

partment, Call Up Five-One

Senior Epworth League Social
Thursday evening at the home of

! Mr, Harry Stein was given a get ac

quainted social by the Senior Epworth

! League. Mr. Harry Stein and Miss
Mae Stein were host and hostess.

All present were given an appoint

ment, which held numbers equal to
the guests present. Each lady would

in turn give her card to a young man,

who would hold a certain number on

her card for conversation, and the
young man would in turn give his
card to a lady and she would select

I the same number with him. In this
1 manner each one had an opportunity

to become "acquainted, inasmuch as
each couple had the privilege of go-

t ing to some, quiet corner, where the

enemy of Cupid would not intrude.

Miss Musie Bullock accompanied

by' Mr; Floyd Coleman on the piano,
sang several beautiful selections re

ceiving insistant applause on each oc


One feature of the entertainment

was a guessing contest. To be able

to answer these questions required
wit on the part of the guesser, mak

ing? this entertainment very interest
ing and afforded abundant pleasure.

Lunch was served by the hostess,

Miss Stein, and assistants. Each en

joyed this entertainment 'and justice

was done the repast, alter wmcn tne

guests mingled merrily and shortly

after bid host and hostess good goodnight
night goodnight and happiest wishes.

Those present were Misses Mae

Stein, Sarah Davis, Fern Bell, Nellie
Liddon, Musie Bullock, Helen Veal,

i Maude Lillian Little, Edith Edmon

son, Katie Mae Eagleton, Marie Bur Burnett,
nett, Burnett, Messrs. Harry Stein, Carroll

i Fraser, Bernard Blair, Tom Copen-

haver, Harvey Blakely, Sam Hickel,

Floyd Coleman, Marshall Bouvier,

Byron Brown Dexter Phillips," Sam

i Fraser, Edwin Howell, Paul Brinson

and Edwin Connor.

Mrs. Mary Boney has returned

from a three weeks' ; visit to .her
daughter Mrs. Clem Purvis at Rai Rai-ford.
ford. Rai-ford. They spent some time at Pablo

Beach, enjoying the splendid bathing

and, salt breezes. .'

Mrs. George Campbell and daugh

ter, Miss Alice, returned yesterday
afternoon from their visit to Jack

sonville. They spent a day at Black
Point, and like most of the other
visitors to' the camp were most agree agreeably
ably agreeably impressed with the goodappear-

! ahce and ? high spirits of the young

Mr. E. T. Helvenston has rented

one of Mr. Connor's cottages'at North

Lake and will move his family there

Saturday to spend a month. Mr.

i Helvenston will spend the week-ends

at the lake. '

Mr. Louis W. Duval returned yes

terday afternoon from Long Grove,

Ky., where his wife and little daugh daughter
ter daughter are spending the summer!

Mrs. J. Hi Brinson left yesterday

afternoon on the limited for Cleve-

! land, Ohio, where her mother, Mrs.

Andrew Hurtle, is very ill.

Miss Margaret Peace of Plant City,

spent Wednesday night in the city,
registered at the White House. Miss

Peace has been at Micanopy the past

few weeks, and was en route to Law-

tey to spend a fortnight with her

brother, H. C. Peace. Gamesville


Miss Emma Perry of Ocala, arrived

yesterday and is the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. B. W. McDonald for a few days.

Jacksonville Metropolis.


iMrs. Katherine Perrenot and daugh

ter Miss Louise of Andalusia, 'Ala.

are guests of Mrs. T. F. West Talla

hassee Democrat.


Another of those amusing Keystone
comedies will be seen at the Temple
this afternoon and tonight. Roscoe
Arbuckle, Weber and Fields, Sam Ber Bernard,
nard, Bernard, William Collier and Mack Sen Senna
na Senna te will be seen in "Fatty and the
Broadway Stars." In addition to this
there will be the third episode of the
railroad serial, The Girl arid the
Game," and a Paramount cartoon.
"Jordan is a Hard Roadthe Tri Triangle
angle Triangle feature, which will be seen at
the Temple tomorrow, was produced
under the supervision of D. W. Grif Griffith;
fith; Griffith; who directed "The Birth of a
Nation." The picture is 'taken from
Sir Gilbert Parker's novel of the same
name, and has to do with a danger dangerous
ous dangerous Canadian bandit, who is trans transformed
formed transformed into a noble character of rare
self abnegation by his love for his
daughter. 4 The story has thev atmos atmosphere
phere atmosphere of the, Canadian northwest. The
principal players in the cast are:
Frank Campeaa, Dorothy- Gish ; and
Owen Moore, the latter being the
husband of Mary Pickford.
Attorney for PlavlnthT You have
testified that! your "conduct' toward
your wife was always affectionate and
punctilious Now Isn't It a fact tnat
you left the house one morning with without
out without kissing her good-by ?
Perkins (who la defending a .sep .separation
aration .separation suit on the ground of cruel
and Inhuman treatment) -Yes, sir.
Attorney (triumphantly) .Ah, I
thought so. Now will you tell us why
you left your wife without kissing
her good-by? -V-:
Perkins ;Because she had just hit
me in the mouth with a flatlron, and
my osculatory apparatus was tempo temporarily
rarily temporarily disabled. Judge.

Her. Enjoyable Meals.
"And do you enjoy your meals?"
asked the doctor of the patient.
"Some of them, doctor," replied the
woman. v : .'
"Only some of them?"
Yes, doctor. I enjoyed my lunch luncheons.'
eons.' luncheons.'
"And why your f luncheons, pray V
"Because I eat them in peace and
quiet. My husband always takes his
xmch at the club." J


The Skeleton Bughouse is in a

towering rage. He says he is going

to-sit all over the new freak.

The Glass Eeater Is the freak wor


The Skeleton Hardly. He is the

"human pincushion."

f Chronlo Bore.
Ho who sets- off a ctalo Joke,
Devoid of wit or mirth,
Would make a hit If he'd choke,'
And thua set off the earth.
She Knew.
FatherYou said you want to

marry this young man? v

Daughter Yes. father.
"But you've only met him twice, you


"Yes, father."
"But you can't know anything

about a young man by only meeting

him twice."

"Oh, yes, I can, father." I know he

dances beautifully.''

-A new shipment of Crane's station

ery just in all styles. The Court

Pharmacy. tfi



Round Trip;Hafes from Ocala? ;:
Washington, D. C. . . .... $21.35 Richmond, Va. ..... .v.
Norfolk, Va. .............. $19.35 Baltimore, Md. . v
, Round Trip Rates from Jaclcsonville

Wilmington, N. C. 512LZ5 Chattanooga, lenn.

Winston-Salem, N. C. $14a
Hot Springs, Va........... $18.75
Roanoke, Va. ............. i $160.

. Tickets sold AUGUST 16th Limit SEPTEMBER 1st.
For information or reservations call on A. C. L. ticket agent or
A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A.
Jacksonville, Fla. ; Tampa, Fla.


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

tersburg 10 a. m.

No. 3 Leaves Jacksonville 9:15 a.

m.; Ocala 12:40 p. m.; arrives St. Pe

tersburg 8:05 p. m.


No. 10 Leaves Tampa 1 p. m.;

'Ocala 4:12 p. m.; arrives Jacksonville

,7:15 p. m.

No. 2 Leaves St. Petersburg 4:30

p. m.; Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrives Jack

sonville 6:45 a. m.

No. 4 Leaves Tampa 9 a.m.; Ocala

1 p. m.; arives Jacksonville 5:25 p. m.


, "Now, don't tell me that opportu

nity has never knocked at your door,"
said the didactic person.
"I wouldn't make such a statement,"
replied the disconsolate individual,
"because I'm not sure of the facts,
but Tm reasonably certain about one
"And what is that?"
"If she ever did so she probably
knocked just about the time some
chump came along In his automobile
and tooted' his horn so loudly I
couldn't hear her.

s Speaking His Mind,
"Permit me to give you" some good
advice," said the'meddlesome person.
"Go aheadf," replied the irascible
man. "You can't make me feel any
worse than I do already."
"Oh if you are going to take it that
way. 111 keep silent."
"That's right! Shut up "like a clam
now and catch me some other time
when you will have a better chance to
spoil my day!"

. .;Mi -Too True.
"Look-a here, Sam!"
"Yes, "Liza." j
Ts begglnnln' to think yer doesn't
love me no more."
"Nonsense, 'Liza; what put dat In
yer head?" .
: "Why; yer jus' sit thar by the fire
and sees me work."
"Ble8syer, 'Liza! The more I sits
here' and sees yer work the more I
loves yer, honey!"


Monteagie, Tenn.

Mammoth Cave, Ey.
Lexington, N. C. .






Then bring it to me. Remedying

automobile troubles is my business.

Honest, efficient service; you pay fox

the time put in on your car only. J.

A. Bouvier, Anthony road, phone

393, Ocala, Fla. . 6-9-16-tf



"Onyx Hosiery

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iSi.ISi EAST 24th sr.

The new and very handsome catalog
of the Maxwell cars for the year be beginning
ginning beginning July 1st, has arrived and will
be mailed out to any one interested.

R. R. Carroll, Maxwell, distributor,

Ocala, Florida. d&w tf

An unclassified ad. will pay you.



Twpntv-foiir hours afer vou' start to

take Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis

covery, noisonous matter and blood lm-

. . ....

pun ties begin to leave your body through

tne juver. uoweis, iviaaeys aua oiun.

So rjowerfullv penetrating in this

purely vegetable remedy that through
the circulation of the blood it reaches
every fibre, muscle and joint, dissolves

the poisonous secretions and drives tnem

out of the body. f ;

It brings new activity to 'the liver,
stomach and bowels in a short time.

thus causing sallowness, indigestion and

constipation to disappear.
It enters the tiny blood-vessels of the
skin, bringing with it fresh vitalized
IxfsvrwJ anil oklIInff fo?tT tTt tfa imtnHpr.

ful cleansing power has come to thou thousands,
sands, thousands, when pimples, boils, carbuncles,
rash, eczema, acne and other skin troubles,
dried tm and disaDDearedV

Good blood means good neaitn; good
health means strong men and women.
Any medicine dealer will supply you with
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery

in either liquid or tablet form.

Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the

orional little liver pills, first put up 40

; years ago. iney regulate ana invigorate

stomach, liver and bowels.


Arcadia, Fla. "Of all medicines for

the stomach, liver and bowels I do not

know of one so good as Dr. Pierce's

Pleasant Pellets. My whole digestive
tract was out of order before I began to
use the 'Pellets. My tongue was badly

coaxed, oi a Drowiusn coior, liver inactive,

and bowels badly constipated; the in

digestion gave me a languid, tired feeline.

accompanied with dizziness. Thanks to
the beiuUc oi your littls 'iViiets, my con-

,'lition improved to my reat satisfaction

'2nd I pladlv say that none ol this condi

tion hod eve- returned." Mu3. L Loxo.

Miss Antique So he actually said
he considered me very witty?
Miss Caustlque Not exactly. He
said he could hardly keep from laugh

ing every time he saw you.

. Poor Ananias! )
If Ananias were alive today.
He'd have no chance for fame:
As most any man so women say say-Could
Could say-Could beat him at his game.

"Now, this poet has the right Idea

about doing business," said the editor.

"You surprise 1 me." ;
"Before submitting a sonnet he

presents me with a first-class cigar."

"Suppose the poem Is not worth pub

lishing?" v-j

"Oh, I'm not without a sense of

gratitude. Ill contribute a two-cent
stamp and see that he gets his verses
back again."

Different Ideals.
"Parents often disagree about' rear

ing children

"Y es. A ; mother likes a boy who

wouldn't get a speck of dust on his

clothes. And a father likes one who
doesn't care what happens to his
wardrobe when he makes up his mind
to slide for second base."

; Can't Afford It.
'Hasn't your father had a haircut

lately?" v o

"Why not?" i
"He can't afford If
"Qot no money?"
"Not that. He's got no hair."'

We give prescription work prompt

attention and what the doctor orders
you get. The Court Pharmacy, tf

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

Licensed Embalmer
'Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.

lelver 1 MacKay

PHONI3 47, 104 C5

Carn-Thoinas Co.
Good Goods,
Cheap Prices
Good Service

after shopping

You can get your Chero-Cola
"In a Bottle Through a Straw"
at Soda Fountains and other
Refreshment Stands.

Everybody knows iS
by its name


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ask you again, to let us know, for this is the only way we can accomplish
our desire. . : - '
- Of course, sometimes, little things go wrong, but they are not inten intentional,
tional, intentional, and, if you will call us up, they will be corrected IMMEDIATELY.

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Do you read the unclassified "ads?
v Mr. Claude Haycraft of- Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 3 in the city visiting friends.
LOST Cap from automobile gasoline
ta nk. Return to Star office. 4-3t

1 Workmen are busy this afternoon
unloading the 7,000 gallon oil tank for
the new light and water plant.
Rev. IL Nddernhoefer of Lowell
was in town; today and paid the Star
a pleasant call.
V Mr. W. S. Bullock has returned to
, his home in Fort Lauderdale, after a
brief sojourn in Jacksonville, on a
combined business and pleasure visit.
; Miss Dorothy Weber has returned
to her home in Ocala, after spending
a jcouple of days in Jacksonville.
Mr. Z. Spinks of Oviedo, has pur
chased the cypress timber of the Rod
man Lumber company and will put in
a shingle mill in the near; future.
Dunnellon Advocate.
Miss Lillian Clarkson, who was
operated on at the hospital for ap
pendicitis two days ago, is doing very
, Mr. and Mrs. J, A. McArthuf of
Williston are amo'ner the Lew counts
shoppers in the city today. They
come over in their Cadillac, returning
home this afternoon.
Mr. Garner A. Beckett of Chicago,
representing the Portland Cement As
sociation, is in the -city.
Mr. Lester Lucas expects to leave
next Thursday for Cleveland, Ohio,
attend the opening rehearsal of Co-
burn's minstrels, which will begin
practice for the season.
"' a a.
Please don't forget tnat we carry
the famous NORRIS candies, the best
made. Fresh each week. 'The Court
Pharmacy. A tf
Mew Ocala ioese
I A La Carle Service
We solicit your patronage and
' promise you the best the mark-
et affords at reasonable prices.
East Wing of Ocala House Block
J Proprietors
H. D. NELSON, Manager
2 Formerly of Harrington Hall
5 Hotel
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i i n i ilk c

half a lifetime is not at all expensive
when you consider durability and
freedom from the expense of repairs.
There are many kinds of composition
roofing in our stock that will give
complete satisfaction.
ItelaM Yoiiir Ne&Is to HJs
and we will tell you the particular kind
best suited to your purpose. If you will
show us your plans we will show you how
to save money on material and labor.
All Our Building Supplies
Are Guaranteed '.


JL W JUL li ,0"

Private Ernest Blair of Company

A, at home on a brief furlough, paid
the Star a pleasant call today. He
brought in the usual report of plenty
of hard work, good rations and good
health at Black Point.
Miss Ethel Seymour left Jackson
ville yesterday for Washington, At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic City and New York, where she
will enjoy a stay of some length.
While in Atlantic City she will be the
guest of Mrs. Kathryne Anderson,
and the latter will accompany her to
New Yorkv Times-Union.
Mr. W. P. Preer who has been a
resident of Dunnellon for the past
five years, during which time he has
been manager of the Dunnellon Sup Supply
ply Supply company, has accepted the man management
agement management of the Marion Hardware Col
at Ocala, and will remove to the lat
ter place about Aug. 15. Mr. Preer
has been a very popular citizen of
Dunnellon, being elected to the town
council last fall and chosen chairman
by the members of that body. Dun Dunnellon
nellon Dunnellon Advocate.
The people of Ocala will welcome
Mr. Preer, but will be sorry to lose
Mr. J. C. Wheeler, present manager
of the Marion Hardware company,
who will join his family at Murfrees-
boro, Tenn., about Sept. 1.
Fresh fall garden seed now in. The
Ocala Seed Store. 8-1-tf
Subscriptions to The Star are pay
able in advance, and just why some
people will insist that an account is
not due until the end of the term for
which bill is rendered is hard to un understand.
derstand. understand. When you are presented or
mailed a bill for subscription you may
rest assured that it is either due or
past due, so don't put off its payment
on the grounds that "it isn't due".
Pay up.
Tomorrow is the date set for the
opening of the Ocala House Lunch
and Dining Rooms. The second store
room in the east wing of the Ocala
House has been entirely overhauled
and repaired and makes an ideal din
ing room. This room will be used for
the lunch counter and v men's ; grill
room, while the first one will, as soon
as it can be put in shape, be for the
use of ladies and their escorts. Messrs.
Bennett, Temple and Nelson, who
have launched the new establishment,
are all experienced restaurant people,
and promise the people of Ocala and
the transient patrons of their place
the very best there is to be had at all
tims and especially do they promise
first class service. While the place is
to be run on the a la carte plan, for
the present they will serve a regular
dinner from 42 to 2 at 50 cents. Mr.
Bennett says these fifty cent dinners
are an experiment, and may not be a
permanent feature, but he solicits the
patronage especially of the Ocala peo
pie for his mid-day spread.
10 cent towels at 5 cents each, Sat
urdaynot' over 5 to a customer,
Hayes & Guynn. 3-2t
MAXWELL Touring Cars (60-inch
TREAD) now in stock at Ocala ready
for delivery. R, R. Carroll."
10 cent towels at 5 cents each, Sat
urdaynot over 5 to a customer.
Hayes & Guynn. 3-2t
WW ffMiiJLl IX
- Ocala, FlorfaS

Lowell, Aug. 3w A son was born to
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Denbam last
Thursday. He is a fine, healthy little
fellow, and is getting as much out of
life as most babies. ;
Mr. E. B. George is going on his
annual vacation early next week. His
niece, Miss Lillian Egan, : who has
been spending some time here, will
accompany him. ,
Sunday Miss Catherine Shockley re-'
turned from a week's visit at her
grandmother's home, Mrs. Knoblock,
at Martin. 1
' Saturday Mrs. B. O. Webb and Mrs.
Henry McLean paid a visit to Ocala.
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Livingston spent
Monday with their son, Dr. Wellie
Livingston at Kendrick.
Mr. C. B. Howell and family return returned
ed returned Saturday from a trip in their auto
to the beach.
' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meffert have re returned
turned returned from their honeymoon at Day Day-tona.
tona. Day-tona. They drove through in Mr.
Bruce Meffert's car. We welcome them
to their new home, which will soon be
Mr. James Hall was a visitor Wed Wednesday,
nesday, Wednesday, coming from Gainesville on
the morning train and returning that
afternoon. Mr. Hall is now on the
office force at Gainesville ; in the cit citrus
rus citrus canker campaign. ; ,
The K. of P. and W. O. W. chap chapters
ters chapters of Reddick gave their annual pic picnic
nic picnic Wednesday. The orders furnished
fish which were taken from the beau beautiful
tiful beautiful waters of Orange Lake and
which were deliciously fried by an old
negro. The ladies carried all other
kindsv of food, which completed the
dinner. ;
County Commissioner W. D. Cam
spoke on the proposed bond issue,
most emphatically supporting it. Mr.
Li. S. Light, "Old Facts and Figures,"
replied to Mr. Carn, opposing bonds
on the grounds that it was too great
an obligation for the people to assume
at present, and that more and better
roads of the kind we have at present
could be built and kept in repair for
thirty years for less money than
would be spent on 200 miles of sand sand-asphalt
asphalt sand-asphalt roads for that time.
Rev. Sidney J. Cattsv spoke to ah
interested audience in the afternoon.
Rev.' Catts spoke of the fraud in the
present contest, stating that in the
general election if he was elected e
wanted to get it honestly, and he
would not thank any man for stealing
a vote for him. He also stated that
if Mr. Knot was elected he would be
the first to give Mr. Knott has hand
and congratulations. Rev. Catts will
speak at several places in Marion
county this and next week.
After the speaking there was a ball
game in Lincoln Park between the
married men and single I men. The
line-up for the married men was: C.
C Carn, rf; C. B. Howell, 3b; J. A.
Thomas, lf; Val Anthony, 2b; S. F.
Rou, lb; Bob Neil, p; Glover Denham,
c: L. B. Brock, cf; C. M. Denham, ss.
And for the single men, Walton
Bishop, p ; Olney Hall, c ; Fallen Den
ham, If; Whorter McAuley, 3b; Rod
ney, Carn, cf ; George Dansby, lb;
Martin, 2b; Adolph Neidernhoefer, rf ;
Herbert Denham, ss. The married
men mon by a score of seven to three.
The feature of the game was the base
running of the corpulent married men
Long live the order of the Knights
and Woodmen, who have made such a
day possible, and may we see such
another one next year.
To keen the bowels regular the best
laxative is outdoor exercise. Drink a
full glass of water half an hour be before
fore before breakfast and eat an abundance
6f ; fruit and vegetables, also establish
a Regular habit nd be sure that your
boweU move once each day.' When
a medicine is needed take Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets. They are pleasant to
take and mild and gentle in effect.
Obtainable everywhereAdv.

M7TTHOUT sacrificing a single
V V desirable feature!" that's the
astonishing fact when you consider
what the Maxwell will do what great
economy it offers. In an official
A. A. A. test the Maxwell traveled
22,022 miles without a motor stop,

Touring Car S595; Roadster $580; Cabriolet $865; Town Car $915; Sedan $985,
Fully equipped, including electric starter and lights. All prices f. of b. Detroit.
. C AMKOILIL E&IsfiPlSiifoi


Electrical and plumbing establish establishment.
ment. establishment. Will sell at invoice prices.
This is a good buy as there Is going
to be about $40,000 worth of plumb plumbing
ing plumbing work installed in Ocala within the
next few years. H. W. Tucker, Ocala,
Fla. 19-4t
Requirements of Genius.
i Of the three requisitions of genius,
the first is soul, and the second soul,
and the third soul. E. P. Whipple.
10 cent towels at 5 cents each, Sat Saturday
urday Saturday not over 5 to a customer.
Hayes & Guynn. V 3-2t
We have & new perfume, Bouquet
Dozira, s fine lastii? extract, $2 per
ounce. Gerig's.- tf
Give it attention, avoid exposure, be
regular and careful of your diet, also
commence taking Dr. King's New
Discovery. It contains pine tar, an antiseptic
tiseptic antiseptic oils and balsams. Is slightly
laxative. Dr. King's New Discovery
eases your cough, soothes your throat
and bronchial tubes, checks your cold,
sterts to clear your head. In a short
time you know your cold is better.
Its-the standard family cough syrup
in use over 40 years. Get a bottle at
once. Keep it in the house as a cold
insurance. Sold at your druggist. 3
We carry a full line of Thermos fill fillers.
ers. fillers. The Court Pharmacy, tf
A broken Thermos bottle is no
good bring it to us and we will make
it "as good as new." The Court
Pharmacy. tf
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day. Merchant's Cafe. tf
: "When our little boy, now seven
years old, was a baby he was cured
of cholera morbus by Chamberlain's
001, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme
dy, writes Mrs. Sidney Simmons,
Fair Haven, N. Y. "Since then other
members of my family have used this
valuable medicine for colic and bowe
troubles with good satisfaction and I
gladly endorse it as a remedy of ex
ceptional merit," u btaina Die every
where, r ; Adv.
10 cent towels at 5 cents each, Sat
urday not over 5 to a customer.
Hayes & Guynn. 3-2t
r f
A f reft flasv movement of the bowels
evenr dav is a ricti of ood health.
Dri King's New Life Pills will give
you a gentle laxative eirect witnoux
griping and free your system of blood
noisons mmfv vour blood, overcome
constipation and have an excellent
tome effect on the entire system.
Makes you feel like living. Only 25c
at druggists. aqv. a
Try Bouquet Dozira perfume, $2
Der ounce, a- Gerig's. tf.
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
As a cure for coughs and colds Dr.
Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey combines these
remedies m just the right proportion
to. do the most good for summer
coughs or colds. A trial will prove
the tvalue of this splendid cough med
icine. Dr. bell s .rine-rar-iioney
soothes the irritation, stops your
cough, kills the cold germs and does
you a world of good. A 25c bottle will
more than convince you it will stop
your cough: At druggists. Ad. 3


"I am bothered with liver trouble
about twice a year," writes Joe Ding Ding-man,
man, Ding-man, Webster City, Iowa. "I had
pains in my side and back and an aw awful
ful awful soreness in my stomach. I heard
of Chamberlain's Tablets and tried
them. By the time I had used half
a bottle of them I was feeling fine and
had no signs of pain." Obtainable
everywhere. Adv.
Daily Thought.
Beautiful it is to understand and
know that a thought did never yet
die; that as thou, the originator there thereof,
of, thereof, hast gathered it and created it
from the whole part, so thou wilt
transmit it to the whole future. Car
lyle. ..
V Horse, cow and poultry feed, corn
oats, hay and sweet feed, Ocala
Seed Store. V 8-1-tf
"About two years ago I had a severe
i i. m
attacK oi marrnoea wmcn lasted over
a week," writes W. C. Jones, Burford,
xm. u. "i oecame so weaK tnat l could
not stand upright. A druggist recom recommended
mended recommended Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy. The first dose
relieved me and within two davs I was
as well as ever." Many druggists rec-
ommena mis remedy because tney
Know tnat it is reliable. Obtainable
everywhere. Adv.
The Evening Star may always be
found on sale at Gerig's News
Store: 17-if
MAXWELL Touring Cars (60-inch
TREAD) now in stock at Ocala ready
for delivery. R. R. Carroll.
LOST A black parasol with gold
handle; "M. L. S." engraved on top
of the knob of handle. Return to Mrs.
M. H. Stovall and receive suitable re
ward. 8-2-6t
FOR RENT A two-story house with
all modern conveniences, in two blocks
of the square. Apply to Dr. Walter
Hood. 8-1-tf
FOR EXCHANGE Will trade good
and modernly improved St. Peters
burg property for improved farm
land. State price and location. No
agents. Address 1015 Seventh ave
nue, North, St.. Petersburg, Fla. 3t
WANTED Temple Theater first
mortgage bonds at price to yield 5
per cent annually. Address P. O.
Box 494, Ocala, Fla. 7-31-t
suits and rompers a specialty. Apply
118 West Adams street. 27-6t
CALL PHONE -13 For prompt ser
vice and absolutely perfect work in
Cleaning and Pressing. A trial will
convince you that Clayton knows how.
Phone 13. 7-21-6t
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 ofilce. 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
office. 29-6t
j. .
WAKTED Four second-hand man-
lepieces, at once. Must be in good
condition and cheap. Apply to C. M.
Livingston. 29-6t

making it the World's Champion
Endurance Car this is the car you
buy for $595.
And you do not sacrifice one single
detail of finish, appearance or comfort
Let us show it to you.

t mmmmmmmV ' "M ,w"1 a "l"WM''MM-'l tO.HH t f.-' Will ipn.',r?ifwsv rmmnm T"tri"niiTyy.




In this space 'will be advertised only USED CARS. These cars
will be in good running condition and represented to prospective cus customers
tomers customers fairly and honestly and guaranteed to be as good as repre represented
sented represented or money will be refunded.


ONE 2-Passenger HUP3IOBILE ROADSTER good condition, fair fairly
ly fairly good tires. Time payments oiso.oo.


ONE BUICK ROADSTER Almost rebuilt. Good shape, good tires.
Time payments. 115.00



worked over. Good tires.

PHONE 51 Star Office OCALA, FLA.


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xi the Heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yari
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
second to none. f
RATES -From $1.50 per day per person to $6.00.
Proprietor. Manager.

i S

ROADSTER. Fine shape, juHt
Fully equipped. Time payments


A Skin like Velvet gSS
Uec the exquisitely fragrant cream of W "A TTTJ
the ):auty flower of India and be MX Hi If 1 III
complimented n your complexion, y-t-7- g i wy
Your dealer ha Elcaya or will get it. JbilAiA. ik

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