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icpt showers Tuesday in northwest
British on the
PRESSURE OF FREIICI1 0!! TEUT0I1S TflREATENS PEROZinE OTTOMANS CLAIM TO HAVE CHECKED
THE MUSCOVITE ADVAIICE :'
London, Aug. 14. Brisk fighting
continues on the French, Italian and
Russian fronts today with the Ital Italians
ians Italians and Russians reporting a con continuance
tinuance continuance of their steady drive. The
French announce successes on the
Scmme front. The Germans were re repulsed'
pulsed' repulsed' near Verdun and the British
concede a temporary German re re-occupation
occupation re-occupation of the trenches near Poz Poz-ieres.
ieres. Poz-ieres. ABOUT TO CHANGE HANDS
The Austro-Hungarian forces be before
fore before Lemberg are under heavy-pressure
on both flanks and the center is
believed to be retreating toward a
position which is none too secure.
ITALIANS MADE ANOTHER AD AD-'
' AD-' VANCJ1 V
The Italians announce they, have
pierced the strong Austro-Hungarian
line southeast of Gorizia, capturing
eight hundred prisoners and repulsed
sharp Austro-Hungarian attacks.
PRESSING TOWARD PERONNE
The French are seeking to force the
Germans to evacuate Clery, which
commands the .direct approach to
Peronne. .: .,
The Turks claim they are still push pushing
ing pushing back the Russians in the" Cau Caucasus
casus Caucasus and Persia. .
OFFERED PRAYERS FOR
SUCCESS OF BRITISH ARMS
English Rule Seems to Have Won
Allegiance of People of India
(Associated Press) :
London, Aug. 14. -A Reuter dis dispatch
patch dispatch from Simla says that August
4th all creeds throughout India pray prayed
ed prayed for the success of the British arms.
Crystal River, Aug. 14. Geo. W.
Hyde spent, several days in Ocala last
week. .. ,'
Elmer Park spent the first of this
week in Martel and Ocala.
Col. N. Barco of Gainesville was
here on busines sa few days last
Mis3 Nellie Miller spent a few days
irf Leesburg last week, the guest of
her brother, Mr. Burt Miller.
Mrs. Roney Davis left Tuesday for
Dayton, Ohio, where she joined her
Peyton Bailey, representing the
Ocala Maxwell agency, spent Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday of last week here.
Dr. Guy M. Parrish, veterinarian,
of Ocala, is spending, a while here
ilrs. N. U. Cribb and son George,
left Tuesday for Arcadia, where they
will make their horned :
Paul Barco of Gainesville is visit visiting
ing visiting friends here this week.
Mr. SH. Christian of Ocala spent
several days here last week.
Mr. E. M. Osborn of Ocala spent a
clay or two here on business last
week. : '-.
SECOND HAND AUTOMOBILE
SUPPLIES FOR SALE CHEAP
Large size Prest-o-Lite Tank.
Two new hand Klaxon Horns, v
S6x4 Diamond and Goodyear Tires,
straight side. 1
36x4 Tubes. -Splitdorf
Coil and Magneto. ;
Prest-o-Lite Headlights, oval glass.
Shebler Carburetor. 1
Apply to R. R. Carroll, Star OfSce
A nw shipment of Crane's station
er" just in nil styles. The Court
leed oats, seed rye and rape seed.
. r fall planting. Ocala Seed Store, tf
Somme Front Have -Received a
BEGS THE QUESTION
President Smith of the L. & N. Thinks
Interstate 'Commission Exceeds
Washington, Aug. 14. Contending
that it is not a question of whether
or not corporations ought to take part
in : politics, but that the 7. Interstate
Commerce Commission has no legal
authority investigating such matters.
President Smith of' the Louisville &
Nashville railroad, filed an answer in
the. supreme court of the District of
Columbia today, replying to the com commission's
mission's commission's brief seeking to compel him
to answer a question regarding the
political expenditures of his railroad.
Bay Lake, Aug. 12. Misses Mat Mat-tie
tie Mat-tie arid Dorinie Waldron returned
home last week from Orlando, after
spending, three weeks the guests of
Miss Ruth Wells.
Messrs. I. B. and D. M. Waldron
autoed to Citra Sunday afternoon.
There must be some attraction in
Miss Susie Cassels of Plant City,
returned 'home Wednesday, after
spending a short time the guest of
her cousin, Miss Othella Cassels.
Mrsv R. L. Geiger and two ? little
sphsr Melton and Myers of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, are guests of Mrs; Geiger's
parents, Mr. arid Mrs. D. M. Waldron.
Mrs; F. M. Harp and Miss Oldia
H in son of Fort McCoy are guests of
Mr. E. Hinson.
Little Doyel Hinson is improving
steadily from measles.
, Miss Othella "Cassels, Miss Susie
Cassels and Mrs. G. W. Kingsley
motored to Orange Springs Tuesday
and enjoyed a swim in the spring.
Mr. D. M. Waldron was a business
caller in Ocala' Tuesday.
Miss Othella Cassels and Mrs. E.
Hinson and baby spent Wednesday
with Miss Donnie Proctor of Eureka.
Miss Esther v Kingsley returned
home Sunday from Jacksonville,
where she has been the guest of Mrs.
R. L. Geiger. "'
Mr. and Mrs. E. Wilson, of Jackson
ville are guests of Mr. Wilson's
brother, Mr. E. Wilson.
Mr. J. W. Melton of Citra was a
business visitor in Bay Lake Saturday.--
Miss, Othella Cassels left Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday for Loughman, where she, has
accepted a position, 1
Those attending the annual bar barbecue
becue barbecue at Oxford were" Messrs. W. M.
Cassels, Charles Cass6ls, Mrs. G. W.
Kingsley, Miss Oldia ... Hinson and
Miss Othella Cassels.
Mr. S. J. Sikes of Fort McCoy, was
in Bay Lake Wednesday.
t Mr. Roscoe Hilton was home from
Black Point on a furlough last week.
LIST OF MAGAZINES
AT THE LIBRARY
Following is a list of magazines to
be read at the library when it is open:
Scientific American, Collier's Sat Saturday
urday Saturday Evening Post, Country Gentle Gentleman,
man, Gentleman, Literary Digest, Review of Re Reviews,
views, Reviews, Popular Mechanics, The Out Outlook,
look, Outlook, Scribner's, Harper's, Century,
Bookman, St. Nicholas, Little Folks,
American, Youths Companion, Ameri American
can American Boy, Woman's Home Companion,
Delineator Ladies' u World, Ladies
Home Journal, Pictorial Review, Mod Modern
ern Modern Briscilla, The Musician, Garden
Magazine, MeClure's, Everybody's,
National Geographical Magazine, Cur Current
rent Current Opinion, Physical Culture, Good
ADVERTISE IN THE STAB.'
OOALA, FLOEIDA, MONDAY, AUGUST 14, 1916
Waters from the Toxaway Lake Have
v Escaped from Bounds and
are Running Wild
Anderson, S. C, Aug. 14. Water
from the Toxaway dam, which broke
last night, reached the Portman dam
on the Seneca river, ten miles west of
here at 9:30 o'clock this morning. An
hour earlier it struck the Blue Ridge
railway crossing and continued to
rise for sometime afterward. No
great damage is expected in this sec section.
NO LIVES LOST
Asheville, Aug. 14. There has
been no communication with Lake
Toxaway up to this afternoon, but re reports
ports reports regarded among the most reli reliable
able reliable indicate that only part of the
dam broke last night. No deaths have
STAR CANT. FIND
FOR THE STORY
; The Tampa Tribune of yesterday
quotes J. D. Rooney as saying that
the Florida Sof t Phosphate and Lime
company intends to move its offices
from Ocala to Tampa or Jacksonville,
and the news story states that Mr.
Rooney expressed himself in favor of
Tampa.' At the offices of the company
here this morning nothing was known
of intentions of moving the offices to
the two cities mentioned. There" was
no one at the offices who could, speak
authoritatively, but it was thought
that there was no foundation for the
Council meets in regular session toVj
morrow night at 8 o'clock. The spe' I
cial committee appointed to investi investigate
gate investigate the activities of the police will
make ils report tomorrow night. The
committee fwas appointed at the meet meeting
ing meeting of council last Tuesday night,
wheat the mayor made his request
that C. C. Cash be given a permanent
position on the police force. A letter
from the city recorder was then read
sayingthat. Mr. Cash had accomplish accomplished
ed accomplished more than the balance of. the police
TRYING TO PICK OUT
A GOOD TRACTOR
The county commissioners are in investigating
vestigating investigating the merits of various trac tractors
tors tractors with a view to purchasing one
for road work. -The county has had
several in the past, bdt none proved
a success. Improvements have been
made and the commissioners hope to
find a machine that will successfully
and more economically do the work of
mules, making longer hauls and per permitting
mitting permitting the use of -materials that
cannot be hauled cheaply by mules.
Bids on 'tractors are being asked for
by the commissioners.
TONS OF PHOSLIME
(Dade City Banner)
J. D.sjlooneyi sales manager for
the' Florida Soft Phosphate and Lime
company of Ooela, spent the night
here Thursday. He was on his way to
Plant City, where the growers of that
section are clubbing together to buy
a large quantity of the company's fa famous
mous famous product, Phoslime. It is under understood
stood understood that the growers of Plant City
are considering contracting for five
thousand tons of this fertilizer.
BIG DA M BROKE
RRECOtlGILIABLE DIFFICULTIES OF
Washington, Aug. 14. The chances
for President Wilson to settle the
threatened railroad strike are brighter
than were those of the Uriited States
board of mediation and conciliation,
according to Judge William L. Cham Chambers,
bers, Chambers, a member of the board, who ar arrived
rived arrived here today shortly after the
railroad and brotherhood representa representatives
tives representatives came to confer with ..the presi president.
dent. president. '., v ..'
DEADLOCK SEEMS TO BE
- The brotherhood leaders first laid
their case before the president. They
were followed by the railroad manag managers.
ers. managers. President Wilson planned to ap appeal
peal appeal to both sides on the highest pa patriotic
triotic patriotic grounds to end the deadlock In
negotiations which threaten a nation nationwide
wide nationwide strike. y,
President Garretson of tKe Order of
Railway Conductors, outlined' to the
president' the men's demands f or an
eight hour day and time and a half
for overtime.. He contended their de demands
mands demands were fair. .' ..
.President Wilson then pointed "out
the disaster which would result from
a general strike, and asked the men
specifically what they would insist on.
The representatitives of the men
left after conferring with the presi president
dent president for two hours.
One of the brotherhood leaders
characterized the conference ..at most
encouraging, and declared the outlook
for preventing a general strike was
PRESIDENT WELL POSTED
pne of the brotherhood leaders de declared
clared declared the president showed a sur surprising
prising surprising knowledge of the situation
and this might result -in an under understanding
standing understanding being reached.
- From sources in touch with both
sides came an' informal .suggestion
that the men were regarding the pos possibility
sibility possibility of arbitration, with the presi president
dent president himself as one of the' chief arbi arbitrators.
trators. arbitrators. The 'men have- been firmly
set against arbitration : under the
Newlands act, contending it impossi impossible
ble impossible to get unprejudiced arbitrators.
v The impression prevailed 1 among
brotherhood leaders that as a last re resort
sort resort the president might aek Con Congress
gress Congress to pass eight hour day legisla legislation.
tion. legislation. Representatives of the railroads
went to confer with the president this
SOUTH LAKE WEJr
South Lake Weir, Aug. II. Miss
Myrtle Hickey has returned home
after a visit to friends at Summer Summer-field.
field. Summer-field. Mr. T. B. Snook has received a car carload
load carload of guava crates and expects to
begin to ship next week. I made a
visit to his guava farm between here
and Weirsdale Jast Saturday, and I
must say I never saw such a crop as
they have. It is safe to say the will
have between 1000 and': 1500 crates
this year. Mr. Snook is the only one
here that has followed this industry
so closely as to make a success of it.
Mr Carl Carlson who has been en enjoying
joying enjoying a week's outing on the lake, re returned
turned returned home last Sunday.
Dr. E.-B. Lytle and wife and sister
Mabel, were callers last Tuesday.
Rev. G. Albertson and wife of De De-Land
Land De-Land were visitors here this week.
Mrs. John Dobson left last Sunday
for Toledo, Ohio, where she will con consult
sult consult a doctor in regard to her shoul shoulder
der shoulder which has bothered her consider considerable
able considerable of late.
Mr. C. J. Brening of New York is
staying with Mr. Dobson while Mrs.
Dobson is away. j
ICE CREAM SUPPER
The ladies of the W. C. T. U. and
the Methodist church of Kendrick will
give an ice cream supper in the oak
grove at Kendrick tomorrow, Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, night, the proceeds of which will
go towards paying for the piano. All
friends and the public are cordially
invited to attend.
A 9-room cottage with all modern
conveniences, including gas for cook cooking,
ing, cooking, for rent. Inquire of Mrs. O. T.
Green, 605 Oklawaha av enue. 8-7-tf
DEATH AND HEAT
Shorter Death List and Lower Tem Tem-perature
perature Tem-perature in America's Biggest'
City ; ;
New York; Aug. 14. Today's tem temperature
perature temperature at a. m. was 56 degrees,
making it the coolest August 14 in
history pf the weather bureau, and the
epidemic of infantile paralysis show-
fed a marked improvement, there, being
only thirty-one deaths and 95 new
cases. The temperature at 11:30 was
0CALA1 COIIEY ISLAND
Hundreds of People at Silver Springs
Every Sunday Afternoon and
Silver Springs has become the As As-bury
bury As-bury Park, Atlantic City and Coney
Island not only of Ocala but, the
country round about. Every Sunday
we meet out there parties fronr all
over this and neighboring counties.
Yesterday we met H party of folks
who had autoed over from Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, and they said that if Alachua
county roads were as good as those of
Marion they- would be over here
oftener. 7;' ' v
The Springs was a lively place yes yes-terday
terday yes-terday afternoon. After three o'clock,
the sun goes over behind the trees,
the shade of which covers the beach
and with the constant breeze makes it
a delightfully cool place. About half
the people in town who own cars
were out there, scores in the water
and others looking on. Ed. Carml Carml-chael's
chael's Carml-chael's big, new bathhouse is filfing a
long felt want and he is likely to have
to enlarge it before next- summer.
The roof of the old pavilion has been
removed in the last week and the new
one- will soon be ready.
Transportation remains the "great
drawback to reaching the springs for
those of our people who do not own
cars. The fare in the autoes for hire,
while as low as the drivers can make
it, is prohibitive for the great major majority.
ity. majority. The jitneys help some, but they
can't carry as many as want to go
during rush hours; also, the fare, 25
cents, is too high for many people.
Ocala will never be able ,to obtain full
benefit from the springs until a trol trolley
ley trolley line is built.
Silver Springs, Aug. 14. There are
a number of people suffering from in inflamed
flamed inflamed eyes here, among them the
Misses Elma and Alma Sikes from
Fort McCoy were pleasant visitors
her last week.
"Miss Mary Usry went to Ocala
shopping last Monday.
We are still without any means of
getting our mail and a rural route to
Conner, Lynne and Lacota getting
mail every day from the train.
Mrs. A. N. Gallant and children
were out from Ocala visiting friends
one day last week.
Mr. J. C. Hamer made a business
trip to Fort McCoy Saturday.
The jitney bus was greatly missed
last Sunday. The final trip was at
10:30 a. m.' ,
Mrs. E. Goolsby and daughter Miss
I Edna, were visiting Ocala one day
Mrs. J. T. Parker was shopping in
Ocala Friday accompanied by Miss
"Hain't seen no folks workin' on
the road yet."
There are a number of young men
driving cars whose sanity is question questionable.
able. questionable. -This habit of speeding along
this road makes it dangerous for per persons
sons persons in slow,er vehicles to use the
ADVERTISE IN THE STAR.
Explanation of System Under
Which the Federal Loan
Act Will be Operated .'
Washington, Aug. 14. After many
years of investigation and debate to
develop the best method of providing
financial aid for the farmer at normal
interest rates -and on long time, Con Congress
gress Congress has passed a farm loan act,
President Wilson has named members
of the board which will administer
its provisions, and the work of organ organizing
izing organizing the vast new system is about to
Secretary McAdoo ex-officio mem member
ber member of the farm l6an board, which will
be at the head of the system, predicts
that it cannot be in operation for at
least six months and probably loans
cannot be made be'fore next spring.
In operation the .system to some ex extent
tent extent will do for the farmer what the
federal reserve system does for the
business man. The farmer will be
given opportunity to secure money on
his most available commodity, his
land, just as the merchant and man manufacturer
ufacturer manufacturer has been enabled through
the federal reserve system to-, have
his paper, based on commercial trans transactions,
actions, transactions, find a ready market.
The new scheme; has many points
of resemblance to the federal reserve
system but in many essential features
it is entirely different. In no way will
the banks created under' it do com
mercial banking, and while it is pos possible
sible possible than in years to come they may
have funds to loan that will amount
tp several hundred million dollais, it
is not believed probable that the sys
tem ever will have the resources of
the reserve system.
' The act provided for a division of
continental United States into twelve
bank districts, with a federal land
bank in eah. -The work of designat designating
ing designating these districts and selecting the
center at which the loan banks are
to be located will be the first import important
ant important duty of the farm loan board and
is expected to result is just as many
bitter contests as preceded the an announcement
nouncement announcement of the lines of the twelve
federal reserve districts and the loca location
tion location of federal reserve banks. The
only directory provision in the farm
loan act says that land banks shall be
located with particular reference to
the farm loan needs of the country,
so the board will have wide discretion.
Many applications from .cities, par particularly
ticularly particularly in the northwest and south southwest,
west, southwest, already have been filed in the
treasury, but the board will not make
public ; its conclusions until it has
traveled over the country and held
hearjngs in many states.
Each federal land back must have
a minimum subscribed capital of
$750, before it can start business. If
within thirty days after books are
opened for subscription to the stock
of any of these bands individuals pr
corporations have not subscribed that
amount the secretary of the treasury
is directed to subscribe for the United
States in the needed sums. Stock in
the banks may pay t dividends when
earned, but the United tSates as a
stockholder cannot participate with
The banks will not, except in spe-!
cial cases, loan direct to farmers, but
through the agency of national farmj
loan associations, which may be or organized
ganized organized to any number" in a landj
bank district by any ten owners orj
prospective owners of farm land who
desire to secure loins on farm prop-;
erty. Applications for charter,, for
these associations must go up to the
farm loan board and may be refused
by iL No association will be charter chartered
ed chartered unless it is shown that signing
members desire loans totaling at least
In applying for membership in an
association,- a farmer must take five
per cent of the face value of the de desired
sired desired loan in stock of the association.
Applications for loans are to be
passed upon by a loan committee of
the farm loan association. Loans will
be made only on first mortgages or
farm property and the value of the
land will be the main consideration.
The land will be subject to inspection
by an appraiser of the farm, loan
board. Loans will be made only for
purchase of land, for its improve improvement,
ment, improvement, or for purchase of live stock,
equipment, fertilizers, or to provide
buildings on a farm or to liquidate in-
VOL. 22, NO. 196
l 1 1
SUiJER BE STOBfJS
Another Hurricane Reported to be On
Its Way North from the
(Associated Press) f
Washington, Aug. 14. Gulf coast
points have been warned that a storm
central in the "Caribbean, is apparent apparently
ly apparently moving northwestward today.
debtedness, existing when the first as association
sociation association is formed in the county
where land is located. No loan will
be made of more than $10,000 nor less
than $100. Interest will not be
charged greater than six per cent.
The loan itself will be reduced thru
an amortization plan providing for
reduction by annual or semi-annual
payments on the principal. No mort mortgage
gage mortgage shall run for more than forty
years nor less than five, and there are
the necessary provisions in ths law
for satisfaction of overdue interest
or amortization payments.
The money to be loaned will come
through the federal land banks,
passed to the hands of the Nafional
Farm Loan association and to the
farmer. The capital stock- of the
land banks will not give them much
loaning power so Congress increased
that power greatly by authorizing the
banks-to issue farm loan bonds and
sell them in the open market. The
act provides that when a federal land
bank has loaned $50,000 to farmers it
may issue a corresponding amount of
farm loan bonds, and that -the total
that may be issued by any one bank
on a minimum capital of $750,000, Is
to be twenty time that capital. Thi3
would give 'each bank $15,000,000 and
the whole system $180,000,000 to loan
on first mortgages.
Farm loan bonds are to be made at- -tractive
by payment of not more than
five per cent interest and a provision
that they shall be exempt from -federal,
state or municipal taxation.
They are made legal investments for
trust funds. They are not to be obli obligations
gations obligations of the United States, but will
have behind them the first mortgages
on farm lands. These mortgages also
are exempt from taxation.
In case local conditions do not favor
organization of farm loan associa-
tions land banks may be authorized
by the farm loan board to make loans
to farmers through agents it ap approves,
proves, approves, such as banks, trust or mort mortgage
gage mortgage companies, and the law permits
establishment of joint stock land
banks to lend directly to borrowers on
first mortgages of farm lands. These
bands will be under supervision of the
farm loan board, but will not be as assisted
sisted assisted by federal loan bank funds as
will loan associations. The stock
banks, however, which are. to be cap-
italized at not less than $250,000
each, also may issue farm loan bond3,
exempt from taxation and based on
first mortgage securities, to the ex extent
tent extent of fifteen times their capital
stock. These banks are subpect to
the same provision of the law as loan
associations, in respect to interest
rates, amortization, etc.
In the beginning the federal" land
banks will be governed by directors
appointed by the farm loan board, but
after subscriptions from loan associa associations
tions associations to any federal land bank's cap capital
ital capital stock, reach $100,000, an elective
system will become effective, with
three directors chosen by the board
and six by the loan association. The
board will approve compensation
paid directors and officers of these
banks. The loan associations will be
directed by unpaid officers except a
secretary and treasurer, or secretary secretary-treasurer.
Banks and loan associations will be
subject to the customary examina examination
tion examination by persons appointed by the
farm loan board and the law provides
penalties r. for infrigmements of its
provisions or counterfeiting of farm
An unclassified ad. will pay you.
OGALA EVENING STAB, MONDAY, AUGUST 14, 1916
OCALA EVENING STAR
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If the kaiser really meant it when
he said he "would punish traitorous
Italy," it's time he got busy.
You can see a lovely bunch of An Annette
nette Annette Kellermans out at Silver Springs
any'pleasant Sunday afternoon now.
The Fatherland gives, its Readers to
understand that the heat of the dog
the men who cast them never had and
never will have anything in common
with the republicans.: Raymond Rob Robins,
ins, Robins, for instance (Robins, by the way,
is an ex-Ocala boy), said when
Roosevelt quit, "I am going back in
the democratic party, where I be belong."
long." belong." News, is beginning to come in
from all over the northern and west western
ern western states that thousands of pro-
days has kept the Germans from cap- gressives, who feel that Roosevelt has
ueseriea uiem, reiuse to ioiiow mm
The order for. 25,000 more of the
national guard to go to the border
probably means that the Second
Florida regiment will entrain in a
few days. f
; Two Italian girls, living in Gorizia,
made an Italian flag during the
siege,1 and triumphantly swung it to
the breeze as their countrymen en entered
tered entered the city. "',,
Crowds are listening to and ap applauding
plauding applauding Hughes in his speaking tour
in the west. It may be remembered
that crowds vociferously applauded
Mr. Bryan when he toured the same
territory twenty years ago.
It is reported from "Washington
that America has been compelled to
buy the' Danish West Indies' to keep
Germarfy from taking them. If Ger Germany
many Germany is determined to have the isl islands,
ands, islands, the United States might as well
get ready to fight for them.
The Star has received a communi communication',
cation', communication', signed "Residents of First
Ward." We will have to have the
names of some bf the said residents
before we can print the communication.
into the, republican camp, and are go going
ing going to vote for Wilson. At this stage
of the campaign, it looks very much
like this is going to be a democratic
A big railroad strike would be very
disastrous to the country. If employ employers
ers employers and employes can't agree they had
better, leave the matter to President
Wilson. He will come nearer doing
what is right by both sides than any anyone
one anyone else. . ;
If the administration shipping bill
becomes a law, the next question will
be, where will the ships come from?
Everything that floats is in full de
Every once in a while you will run
across some wild-eyed person who de
"nounces the Associated Press as unre
liable, or an agency for the dissemi dissemination
nation dissemination of doctored, news.. And if, you
watch that individual, you will see
him eagerly reading Associated Press
dispatches before the day is out.
I The Japanese are getting even for
the way Europeans have exploited
them for the last half a century,
They are selling munitions and other
supplier to the Russians by" the thou
sands of tons, and 'exacting good
prices for them.i '
i The Times-Union takes up for Jo
sephus Daniels. It says that no mat matter
ter matter how bada. secretary; of the navy
he makes there have been republicans
in the office who were worse which is
'undoubtedly the truth, and we thank
the T.-U. for reminding us of it.
It used to be the fashion in this
country to make fun of Hobson for
his obsession that Japan, was getting
ready to attack America. Frank
Vrooman, a member of the democratic
executiye committee, made a state
ment in Denver a few days ago that
made anything Hobson ever said
sound sensible. He said the reason
why President Wilson had avoided
war with Mexico was that there were
400,000 Japanese soldiers in that
country and Germariy( and Japan
were planning to overthrow the Mon
roe doctrine and a war with Mexico
would mean a war with both these
countries. We also said tnere were
more able-bodied Japanese in Call
fornia than soldiers in the regular
army of the United States. Vrooman
should be fired off the committee at
once. Such utterly ridiculous state
ments are unworthy a schoolboy, let
alone a public man.
An editorial in a Florida newspaper
and a daily newspaper, too- think
of that! says that the creed of
certain Christian chutch which it
names -"is not a religion" at all
and it .calls upon all of the "rea
faith"-rdoubtless referring to the edi
tor's" own professed faith to figh
this monster" doubtless referring to
his neighbor's church. We ourselves
for one reason or another perhaps
none of them1 really sufficient have
not yet accepted the ? creed of any
church! and if. it is necessary to write
or talk, or even feel, towards or about
any of our neighbors or their churches
like that, or, to get mixed up with any
side' of such matters, we beg leave to
continue for awhile yet taking our
chances outside along with the rest
of the worldly cusses. St. Petersburg
Straub expresses our sentiments.
ica if our navy, which Josephus Dan Daniels
iels Daniels has brought to such a high state
of efficiency, would steam out of our
ports and serve notice on the Allied
commanders that the marine limit of
this great and glorious country was
not anywhere in sight of its shores.
At present," this country is as com
pletely and ignominously blockal'-I
as Greece. V
PARTY OF MONOPOLY
Republican "Leaders" Cannot
AN ATTACK FROM OUTSIDE
The St. Petersburg Times frames
the following very reasonable theory
about Catts' campaign:
Those democrats that declared dur
ing the primary campaign that there
was a determined : plan backed by
outside money to disrupt and destroy
the democratic party of Florida, and
at whom most of us laughed, after all
may have known whereof they spoke.
Among the straws that are now, con
tinually seen blowing in that direc direction
tion direction a recent lone is the announce announcement
ment announcement that Goode M. Guerryi for years
managing editor of the Tampa Tri Tribune
bune Tribune and recently with the Jackson
ville Metropolis, has become one of
the ; force at the political headquar headquarters
ters headquarters of Rev. S. J. Catts. '.
If the results now in progress shall
sustain the nomination of Catts he
will continue to be the regular demo democratic
cratic democratic nominee, and will have no need
for a campaign headquarters. He will
have no actual opponent except Geo.
W. Allen, the republican candidate,
and his election without effort, much
less expense, will be a certainty. Ob
viously, Goode Guerry has not been
employed in anticipation of those
If the recounts shall show Knott to
have received the most votes then he
and not Catts will be the regular
democratic nominee, and Catts can
only be a candidate as a bolter." Ob Obviously,
viously, Obviously, again, it must be for this con contingency,
tingency, contingency, for this purpose that a
Catts political headquarters has been
already established, and it is for such
a fight against jthe democratic party
in Florida that Guerry and others
have become connected with it in ad
vance of the result of the recount.
It costs a very considerable amount
of money to have a man like Goode
M.. Guerry to go into such a tempor
ary ana unsavory job; and as no
doubt othermen of -high ability have
been employed and a larger number
of smaller-bores, they with all .the
other expenses of a campaign cover covering
ing covering a great state will mount up into
a very large sum-altogether larger,
everybody kndws, than can have been
raised from .Catts' Florida constitu
Is it not, then, really as clear as
anything about a secret political
campaign can be, that there was and
is a determined enterprise financed at
least' largely 'from outside the state
to disrupt and destroy the democratic
party of Florida?
Tfc is rpnorted that Mr. E. R. Gunbv
of Tampa will again be the progres progressive
sive progressive candidate for governor of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, and that he favors Wilson against
. Hughes. We don't know about that,
but we do know that it ? would be
a snlendid thincr for Florida if the
' democratic party of le state was.
united and had such a: man as .Ed .Edward
ward .Edward R. Gunby for its nominee for
The Star is informed that the entire
Second Regiment went on a' 19-mile
hike Saturday, and out of over 1100
men in line only fourteen had to fall
out. Saturday was one of the hot hottest
test hottest days in the year. The boys are
One of our live young traveling
men who worked Lake county last
week says that the rainy season has
played the deuce with the clay road
between Weirsdale and Leesburg, but
that the sand-asphalt roads beyond
Eustis are holding up all right.
While Ocala was sweltering yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, a cool breeze was blowing over
the waters of Lake Weir, and many
who went down to the lake during the
day found relief and pleasure, too.
Notwithstanding the hard rains the
road to the lake is in very fair condi condition.
tion. condition. There are many small holes
needing repair, however, and they
should be repaired before they become
worse, lhe road needs better drain
When Roosevelt refused to run on
the progressive ticket, the republican
leaders took it for granted that
Hughes was as good as" elected. As
serting that all Roosevelt's vote in
1912 was drawn from the republican
party, and that all of it would return
to Hughes, they thought for awhile
that all was over but the "shouting.
The truth is that Roosevelt "in 1912
received many democratic votes, and
Some picture shows are iunny be because
cause because -they are intended tol be, and
some are funnier because -they ain't
intended to be. A. thrilling scene of
the feature, "The Penitents," at the
Temple Saturday night,' was a battle
supposed to have taken place between
the Indians, and the Spanish settlers
of Northern Mexico some 250 years
ago. If was some battle, but when
the observers noted that the fighters
were armed .with U. S. army breech breech-loading
loading breech-loading rifles,which were not invent invented
ed invented until about "fifty years ago, he
couldn't help but grin. The moving
picture companies should ; 1 lay,; in a
stock of percussion and flint-lock guns
for their battles prior to 1867.
It's the "Star's opinion that if the
United States, was at war with Ger Germany,'
many,' Germany,' Great Britain would not allow
American warships td blockade Brit British
ish British ports in th way British warships
are now blockading American ports.
It would be more in harmony with the
dignity of the United States, of Amer-
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SUGAR PRODUCING STATE
(Tampa Times) v
A story from Ocala is to the "effect
that the Federal Sugar 'Co., a new
corporation, has leased 3,000 acres of
fertile much land in Marion county,
on which sugar cane will be planted
and a sugar mill established. Vege
tables also will be raised by the com
pany, composed prmcipally ot resi
dents of other states.. :
This is pleasing news to Floridians
who have long known the advantages
offered by Florida muck lands for the
cultivation of sugar cane of the high
est grade. Making Florida a cane
producing state second to none in the
Union was one of the dreams of the
late Hamilton Disston, who died be
fore his plans could be made effective
also of the late Governor Broward
when he launched his scheme for re
claiming the Everglades. The activi
ties of these new-comers may yet
cause their ideas to bear fruit, and
if so, Florida should rival Louisiana
in sugar production before many
The climate and soil of the south
ern section of the state are peculiarly
adapted to the, growth of fine cane.
and failure to achieve success in, this
important industry has been due to
lack of appreciation of advantages
and interest in the cultivation o:
Truly there are no limits to South
Florida's agricultural possibilities.
PRESERVE THE PRIMARY
Inspired by perusal of the columns
of the Ocala Mail and Express, dated
May 13, 1897, the Ocala Star refers to
the disgraceful Chipley-Call senator senatorial
ial senatorial contest, which resulted in the elec
tion of the late Stephen R. Mallory, a
compromise candidate, and demands
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continuance of the primary system o
elections in preference to the old
That contest, together with the
manner in which the conventions o
the old days were conducted, forces
the Times to endorse heartily the sen
timents of the Ocala $aper. The pri
mary, with its woeful defects, is bad
enough, but by no means as bad as
the old system, in which the average
citizen had Jittle voice in selecting a
man for any office.
As bad as it is, give us the primary
every time in preference to the con convention
vention convention and the selection of United
States senators by legislators, ,many
of whom were open to bribery.
Organization Always Has Been With
"Big Business," and the Interests
of the People Have Received
Our neighbor the Tribune, which has
spasms of honest radicalism now and
then, has delivered an ultimatum to
the Republican leaders, parts of which
we take pleasure in reprinting, says
the New York World:
"Do those whom a certain fondness
for the obsolete phrase still moves us
to call the leaders of the Republican
party desire to re-elect Woodrow Wil Wilson?
son? Wilson? ":
"The thing can be done. In fact, it
can be done with ease and with merely
incidental campaign activities if only
Penrose, Barnes, Gallinger and a cer certain
tain certain number of equally eminent gen
tlemen turn their entire effort to the
"The Democratic party cannot save
jVIr. Wilson, but the Republican party
can save him as. easily, as It assumed
the responsibility for electing him four
The trouble with the Tribune Is that
It dpes not understand the Republican
party.. The Penroses, the Barneses,
the Galllngers and the rest of the old
guard are not accidental leaders
clothed with a little brief authority.
They are the Republican party. They
represent the things that the Repub Republican
lican Republican party represents. They embody
Its principles, and if they were to re retire,
tire, retire, other Republicans who embody
the same principles would succeed
These men are the links that con
nect the Republican party with the
great financial Interests, with the great
corporations, with the tariff monop monopolists
olists monopolists and with all the elements of
special privilege without which the
Republican party could not survive.
The Republican party is essentially
a property party, and when these men
put property first they are promoting
the true Republican doctrine.
9 It makes little difference who the
Republican candidate for president is,'
his' political evironment makes him
the candidate of property. Whether
Hughes or Root, or Roosevelt or Bur Burton
ton Burton or Harding or Fairbanks or Mc Mc-Call
Call Mc-Call is named at Chicago, he will be
named by the cohesive power of prop property,
erty, property, and. If elected he will give the
country a' property administration. He
could not do otherwise If he would. A
Republican congress is bound to be a
property congress, a Republican ad administration
ministration administration is bound to be a property
No other president ever ranted so
much against property ( rights as
Roosevelt, and no president was ever
more docile when he was confronted
with a crisis that involved property
rights. Yet Roosevelt merely followed
the genius of his party, and when he
gave assurances to Wall street that
"the administration will not run
amuck," he was only announcing that
the Republican party controlled the
The Tribune cannot expect the Re
publican party to be anything but the
Republican party. When a political
party has championed property year
in and year, out, it cannot change its
habits it it would. Nor is there any
real desire, in the Republican party for
a change. Every Republican leader
knows that the one chance of Republi Republican
can Republican success' next fall lies in a massed
attack of the. great property interests
on the Wilson administration; With Without
out Without the support of Wall street, of the
stock exchange, of the banks, of the
railroads, of the predatory tariff cor corporations,
porations, corporations, of big business, "of Bteel, oil
and the like, it would not be worth
while to hold a Republican national
convention and nominate a candidate.
The Tribune must take the Republi Republican
can Republican party asit is. When it assails the
character of the leadership of the par party,
ty, party, it is assailing everything that
makes Republicanism Republican.
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President, Not Public, Must Act.
Frequently announcements have
been sent from Washington to the ef effect
fect effect that President Wilson is dis displeased
pleased displeased with certain stories purporting
to define his attitude regarding men or
policies. Yet, more frequently, the un unchallenged
challenged unchallenged assertion goes forth that
the president wili not adopt certain
obvious policies until a pronounced,
public demand for them is manifest.
We have yet to hear, of any reproof
from the White House for. the authors
of this latter class of stories. But
surely they are inaccurate. The first
Democratic president inaugurated
since 1896 does not regard himself as
subject to the initiative, referendum
and recall.. He does not consider him himself
self himself a messenger, commissioned to
carry out what might have been the
will of the people four years ago, with without
out without regard to changed conditions.
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greatest Democratic leader, but the
Democratic party does not hesitate to
Speaking of changing your mind,
have you noticed how the Colonel
shied at the presidential primaries he
used to boost so hard?
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MOVING PICTURE FEATURES
I If You Have any News for this De
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If the reputation pf D. W. Griffith
depended on "The Penitents," the
feature seen at the Temple Saturday,
he would hardly be known. It Is
true that he did not direct the picture
i a. i- u a-T
t-j. T- ii j i -p.. -i T l in person, uui. ii uwib ma bujuhj ui
Miss Etta Fussell, daughter ofMr.
and Mrs. W. C. Fussell of Wildwood, Prprovax. jf u i-
" I .onmra Tvirifct than ronntatinn Trt
who has been dangerously ill for the
v. c,f, make them go. The announce Aent at
las two months, was brought batur- . r n, pa;tto i,at
i i.A i r i the beginning of "The Penitents that
dav meht to Ocaja for special treat- ,
nxent. The friend, of Mr. and Mrs. TLtTiZ
Fussell will regret to learn, that Miss "d a "altitude of shortcommgs.
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Mrs. Fussell remained with her redencK win De seen in v,iyae r itcn s
drama "The Woman- in the Case."
By ERNESTINE COBB.
Mr. Bruce Meffert has returned
from a visit to Worthington Springs
The. movie reviewer of the Chicago!
Herald thinks 'that the picture gives j
Miss Frederick a better opportunity
to show her ability as an actress than
she has vet had on the screen. In this
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He has about recovered his full health picture she does not take the part of
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After a two weeks vacation, Mr
Chas. K. Sage of the Western Union,
1 1; back at his post. Mr. bage recent
ly acquired and learned to run an
au and he and his family spent
most of his vacation time in motor
triDS. They visited Tampa, Orlando,
! Daytona and many other places and
had a most enjoyable outing.
Mrs. iL. W. ilarley is visiting her
parents in Atlanta, and will probably
be absent until the latter part
a vampire, but is seen in the part of
self-sacrificing wife, upsetting the
traditions of stardom by choosing lo
play a minor role, leaving tne most
conspicuous role in tne drama to
-.Tomorrow Kitty Gordon, she of the
; beautiful, back, will be here again in
a picture called "The Crucial Test."
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ST. PHILIP'S CATHOLIC CHURCH
Tomorrow. August 15th. will be the
of J feast of the assumption of the Blessed
Virgin Mary. Services will be at 9
n tyi and at 5 n. m. All those who
The Star regrets to learn that Mrs. have any hope and confidence in the
mother of Christ will oe neartuy wei wei-!
! wei-! corned to attend the services.
Julia McCredie is on the isck list..
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall McDavid of
Orlando are in the city on a visit to
their relatives nere.
Mrs. S. M. Grubbsand children left
Saturday for a visit first to friends
in Mcintosh and then to relatives in
I T.jiVf. nitv. Thev will be eone for
Horse, cow and poultry feed, corn,
oats, hay and sweet feed. Ocala
Seed Store. V 8-1-tf
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Mr. Wm. A. Polow of
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Mr. and Mrs. Israelson.
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A letter from Mn R. L. Layton, who
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Mr. Layton ordered the Star sent him
during his stay at the springs, which
will probably be for some weeks
Mrs. J. A. Bouvier, Miss Hloise and
' Master Gerald are home from a pleas
ant visit of a month to Tampa.
Miss Rebecca Smith came up from
Tampa Saturday for a week-end visit
to .her sister, Miss Rena Smith.
. Miss' Alma Turner, the very compe competent
tent competent young lady operator who filled
Mr. Sage's 'place at the Western
Union during his vacation, has re returned
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et market affords at reasonable prices..
OPEN DAY and NIGHT
East Wing of Ocala House Block
W. AUSTIN BENNETT
II. D. NELSON, Manager
Formerly of Harrington Hall
"Ah, this Is the life!" Anne's tone
and Inflection expressed complete sat
isfaction, which was the result of her
being settled in a brand-new threa-
room apartment. The wicker furni
ture, cretonne hangings, woven cot
ton rugs, and fragile teacups were the
things Anne had not found in her va
ried experience in boarding houses,
though they were the things for which
her soul and body, too, had yearned.
She turned her eyes lovingly from
one object to another all about the
cheerful living room.. The cup of tea
she had just finished had banished
the fatigue of her day's work at school.
Suddenly her serenity gave way to
a nuzzled extiression. She bent her
head listening to a sdng that seemed
to come from the adjoining apartment
and seemed to contain something
about somebody of the name of Anne.
As the song was repeated at irreguliir
intervals, Anne made out the following
"How old Is Anne? Don't ask me, man;
But, be she five or fifty,
I'm sure with me you will agree
That Anne is rather nifty!"
"Of all the nerve!" thought Anne,
as she first caught the words. Then
she laughed a bit sheepishly as she
reflected that the singer did not know
of her existence, much less of her
She seated herself at the piano,
which was her chief luxury and com companion.
panion. companion. Just as she was ready to lay
her hands upon the keys to play the
old-time melodies for which her pres
ent mood called, once more there came
to her that insistent singer's untrained
baritone mumbling the doggerel about
- As she listened to the now familiar
air, she began unconsciously to play
a soft accompaniment to it. Not un
til an abrupt silence followed the clos
ing words of the stanza did she fully
realize what she had done. : :
She wondered whether the young
man were listening, too. Then she
wondered why she thought of him as
a young man. but finally decided that
neither his age nor his identity were
ot interest to her. she tossed her
head Indifferently and began to im
proviso music suited to her mood. Con
sternation overcame her a moment
later when she found herself playing
that chugging accompaniment in a spir
ited way, and realizing that the singer
had boldly taken up the words' and
was singing gayly to her accompani
ment." She stopped short in the midst
of it and broke giddily into a Dvorak
FOR many months hundreds of our patrons have been importun importuning
ing importuning us to move to some first floor location, and we have decided to
meet their wishes. We will move from the second floor of the Hel Hel-venston
venston Hel-venston store to the elegantly apointed store room recently vacated
by the Marion County Fair Association in the Ocala House Blockt
opposite Gerig's Drug Store v
Rather than move our stock to the new location, and also in or order
der order that we may open up with" a BRAND NEW LINE we will sell all
of our present stock of Millinery, trimmed and untrimmed, at very
low figures. Many items have only been in a few days, but everything
will be included in the price redaction. After the above date you will
no longer be compelled to climb a stairway to get your millinery.
AFFLECK MILLINERY PARLOR
OCALA' HOUSE BLOCK AFTER AUGUST 15th.
.' NOW OVER HELVENSTON'S
CAPITAL STOCK S50,00a00.
Stale, County and City Depository.
FIRE BONDS TORNADO LIFE i
' PLATE GLASS ACCIDENT
YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED
Rt. Rev.. Abbott Charles, President. Rev. Father Benedict, Director.
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 MONTHS
U. 8 POST OFFICE. TELEGRAPH, TELEPH0NlSEXPRES3 and
A. C. I. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 13, 1916
Fill your home atmosphere with exquisite lasting fragrance--
ED. PINAUD'S LILAC
The great French perfume, winner of -highest international
awards. Each drop as sweet and fragrant as the living Lilac
blossom. A celebrated connoisseur said : VI don't see how
you can sell such a remarkable perfume for 75 cents a bottle" and
remember each bottle contains 6 oz. it is wonderful value. Try it.
Ask your dealer today for ED. PINAUD'S LILAC. For 10 cents
our American offices will send you a testing bottle. Write todaj'.
PARFUtfERIE ED. PEiAUD, Dept U ED. PINAUD Bldg, New York
A harmless liquid, applied with a spray pump, enters every crack
and Crevice, sterilizes and eliminates all insect life and germs. Has
a wholesome odor and spreads comfort, health and happiness in ev every
ery every home. v" .'':
Will not injure the daintiest fabric. Poultry eating insects killed
with FENOLE will not be injured. Use it every where in the house
in the yard, in the chicken coop, in the garage, in the sink and in the
garbage cans. For sale in Ocala by Marion Hardware Co., OUie Mor Mor-dis,
dis, Mor-dis, Court Pharmacy, Tydings Drug Co., Smith Grocery Co., Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.
' .FENOLE CHEMICAL COMPANY
1546 Franklin St. TAMPA Phone 3623
A telegram from Mr. H. M. Hamp-
ton. at Asheville, N. C. to an Ocala j
friend this morning,' announced that
Laurie Carlton, Mr. and Mrs. Hamp- i
toa's very sick little daughter, was
holding har own.
Mr. Jerome Wideman of West Palm
Beach, -is visiting his brother, Mr.
Frank Wideman, in Jacksonville. Both
young men will go over to Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville this week to attend the house
nartv to be riven by Mr.; and Mrs.
Mr.' and Mrs. Marcus Frank and
children -and Miss Winnie Hunt spent
Sunday at Salt Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Johnson and .Mr.
and Mrs?: DeHon are emovinff ? a
camping visit to Salt Springs.
Mn and Mrs. D. E. Busier and Mr.
and Mrs. W. D. Caldwell were among
the visitors to Salt Springs yester yesterday.
Mr. W. C. Fussell of Wildwood,
roadmaster of the S. A. L. railway,
came up today to see his daughter, i
Miso Etta. :
Mary Connor, a music teacher con
nected with the teachers college and
normal school of the ? University of
Florida, Gainesville, Fla., has enrolled
for work in the department of mnsic
Summer School News of New York
John Robertson, Ocala's popular
mayor, has visited wnitney aauy ior
two weeks looking after his. mother,
who is in a critical condition of health.
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Zewadski Jr.
J and small son, William, with Miss
Elizabeth Woods, Mr. Guy Zewadski
and Mr. J. W. Cone, will motor to In Indian
dian Indian Rocks today. Miss Maorrison
and Miss Woods have been guests of
Mrs. Zewadski this wek at, her home1
on the Boulevard:-Tampa Tribune.
Mr. Phil Robinson of Ocala, is
snendiner several days in Tampa and
is being cordially welcomed -by his
many friends here. Tampa Tribune.
BUSINESS FOR SALE
AUTO REPAIR SHOP
410 N. Orange Street
.Wc flavc Shock Absorbers
and Rcpiar Parts For
g INNER TUBES VULCANIZED
W. F. BALLINGER
!- te A Skin Lite Velvet g55S
1 Uac the exquisitely fragrant cream of TT1 Tl IT "C
JWA complimented on your complexion. x?T r A "V A
JT Your dealer has Ocaya or wiU get iu jLAuSlA
Tin and Sheet Iron Roofing,
Cornice, Spouting, Skylights,
, Tanks and General Repair
. '' .. -. Work ;6
shAt Tron and Copper Work
I Phone Yonge's Tin Shop 388
J 210 S. Osceola St. Ocala, Fla.
: AUTO FOR HIRE j
At Your Service Any Hour
DAY or NIGHT
- i?annahle Prices Terms Cash
Residence Phone 526
Anne was to be a dinner guest that
evening of her Cousin Emily Mason
Mrs. Mason had telephoned Anne tie
night before to look her prettiest as
the guests would include a charming
bachelor architect and a rising young
lawyer, while Anne would be i the
youngest and prettiest girl present.
Anne smiled as she remembered her
cousin's banteriner words, and she
went from the piano to the closet and
took out her only two evening gowns
One was a soft, pale green charmeuse
and the other a fluffy black net. She
decided to wear the pale green gown.
An hour afterward she was at the
door of the Masons.
"You're a dream, Anne," whispered
her cousin, as the long black coat was
removed. "If you don't set the lawyer
or the architect to dreaming of you,
I'm, no prophet." ;
John Moore, the architect, proved
to be fat, florid and forty. Edgar
Worth, the lawyer, was slender and
strong,' possibly thirty, but with the
twinkle of a boy of twenty In his
brown eyes. Edgar "Worth took Anne
in to dinner, and John Moore was
seated on her other hand. The dinrJer
started off with light conversation and
lauehter. but presently Anne and Ed-
ear found themselves talking about
In what kind of music do you find
most enlovment?" asked Anne.
'AU depends on my mood," said l!-d-
. . v? j i
gar. "An nour or two ago io-juho
chosen a 'Humoresque lightly played
on a piano, but now I could tolerate a
-urhniA avmnhonv orchestra in some-
thin e more soulful.
Anne's eyes were full of surprised
inquiry at his mention of the liu-
moresque," but just at that moment
the architect spoke to her.
"Mrs. Mason tells me you are domi
ciled at the new Selikirk studios, my
net architectural achievement of the
year," was his half comment, half ques
"Yes." answered Anne and Edgar. In
the same breath. Then they looked at
each other in wide-eyed bewilderment.
which slowly gave way to understand
'So you are my musical neignDon,
he almost gasped. "I. oner my pro
found aDoloetes for my execrable sing
ine which was pure rapture poorly ex
pressed over my escape from Doaramg-
Hniisn Ufa to a place I was awe w
make a bit homelike."
Since you didn't know my name
was Anne, I suppose I must iorgive
vou." she replied blushing, men me
architect once more claimed their at-
"As T recall the plan of that Dulld-
in?.n he chuckled, "it will be a simple
matter to cut a door between adjoin
in apartments in case more space
ntionld be reauired.
A few months later the alteration
(Copyright, by the McClure "Newspaper
FRESH MEATS, POULTRY,
FISH AND OYSTERS
All kinds Fresh Vegetable
. 'i OCALA, F L
A the Heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in' each room. Dining room service is
second to none.
RATES From ?10 per day per person to $6.00.
J. E. K AVANAUGH
ROBERT M. MEYER,
" m a. m m Jk 01k
Only Direct Line from Jacksonville
Fare Includes Meals Ciood on Any amp.
Tickets Now on Sale, and Stateroom Berth
Final Return Limit October 31st
Write for schedule and further particulars.
H. G. WENZEL, Florida Passenger Agent
Ticket Office, Pier 1. Foot of Lib crty SU Jacksonville. Florida.
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. Tracker, Ocala,
Mclver A MaeKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBMMERS
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troubles with good satisfaction and I
gladly endorse it as a remeay oj. m m-n
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1916 ...
. Valdosta Macon Atlanta
Lv. Union Depot, Palatka 5:15 a. 4:48 p.m.
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Do you read the unclassified ads?
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, AUGUST 14, 1916
K. of P. meet tonight.
Council meets 'tomorrow evening.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Masons meet Thursday evening.
Pythian Sisters meet Tuesday aft afternoon.
Fresh fall garden seed now in. The
Ocala Seed Store. 8-l-tf
Dr. Rice of the Dr. McCJane insti institute
tute institute was called to Dunnellon yester yesterday
day yesterday on professional business.
We carry a full line of Newport
bathing shoes. Gerie'a tf
Y have t new perfume, Bouquet
Dozira, t, fine laotip extract, $2 per
ounce- Gerig's. tf
MAXWELL Touring Cars (60-inch
TP.EAD) now in stock at Ocala ready
for' delivery. R. R. Carroll.
At their meeting tonight the K. of
P. -have some 'special business to at attend
tend attend to, and a' full attendance is
The Evening Star may always be
found on sale at Oerig's News
Dr. McClane was called to Wild Wild-wood
wood Wild-wood Saturday afternoon on profes professional
sional professional business on a specially danger dangerous
ous dangerous case. "v
Take Rexall liver salts for that
tired, lazy feeling. Gerig's. tf
We carry a full line of Thermos fill fillers.
ers. fillers. The .Court Pharmacy. tf
We give prescriptions wcrk prompt
attention and what the doctor orders
you get. The Court Pharmacy, tf
A broken Thermos bottle is no
gdod bring it to us and we will make
it "as good as new." The Court
These are "clean-up". days with he
Atlantic Coast Line A crew in
I charge of W. D. Cameron has been
busy cutting the grass and weeds in
the freight yards and along Osceola
street, and a marked improvement is
the result. v
Please don't forget that we carry
the famous NORRIS candies, me best
made. Fresh each week. The Court
Pharmacy. '':.' tf
, . -v
The Atlantic Coast Line railroad
has ben hauling an average of 25
cars of logs every other day through
Ocala for several months. The logs
are being hauled from Steen to Ver Verdun
dun Verdun Verdun in Putnam county and
not in France-" for the Rodman Lum Lumber
ber Lumber company.
MAXWELL Touring Cars (60-inch
TREAD' now in stock at Ocala ready
for delivery. R. R. Carroll.
-MAXWELL Touring Cars (60-ipch
TREAD) now in stock at Ocala ready
for delivery. R. R. Carroll.
W. K. LANE, M. D., lrysiclan and
Surgecin, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat Law Library Building, Ocala,
The Ocala House lunch rooms are
serving milk in a most dainty and
up-to-date manner. They give each
customer his milk in a small jar,
holding just a glassful, which insures
keeping the milk in the highest de degree
gree degree of freshness and clealiness.
Mrs. M. E. Messett and Mrs. Eu Eugene
gene Eugene Dobbs by calling with this notice
at Mr. E. G. Rivers' store may drink
bottled coca-cola at our expense. The
Ocala CocarCola Bottling Works.
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
bfl mailed out to any one interested.
R. R. Carroll, Maxwell distributor,
Ocala. Florida. d&w tf
! TIIE SPECIALTY SHOP
s The above name has been adopted
for my place of business, where you
, can always find the latest Magazines,
Newspapers and Books.
Exclusive agency for the F. S. Web Webster
ster Webster company's "STAR BRAND"
typewriter ribbons and MULTIKOPY
A new line of Birthday and Greet Greeting
ing Greeting Post Cards, and Score and Tally
Cards for card parties, ha3 just been
received, together with a choice selec selection
tion selection of Dance Programs, to which
your inspection is solicited.
Am making a specialty of the sub subscription
scription subscription business to all Magazines
and Newspapers, and will appreciate
Another specialty is my complete
liv.d of Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobac Tobac-coes.
coes. Tobac-coes. Look over my line of office supplies.
A. E. GERIG
One Door East of 31. & C. National
UP TO SOME LAWYER
"There's only one way to make avia aviation
tion aviation safe."
"What is that?"
"Get some good attorney to prove
that the law of gravitation is uncon unconstitutional."
stitutional." unconstitutional." HASTE REQUIRED
"You should be careful to think bt
fore you speak.".
"Can't ake a chance. This is a rapid
period, and if you stop to think you
find someone else has worked the idea
up and put it over ahead of you."
AT HIS OWN RISK
She A horrid old tramp came up on
the back porch and stole a pie that I'd
Just made and set out to cool.
He Never mind, dear. He was a
trespasser, and can't hold us liable for
t The Dog I'm happy as a lark; how
V, The Bird I'm sick as a dog.
Willie Firefly My. 1 ought to be
able to get that job. .
It is better to have an open enemy
than an insincere friend.
1 II I
MOTORCYCLE FOR SALE
A 1916 model Excelsior, twin twin-cylinder
cylinder twin-cylinder motorcycle, with side car, all
fully equipped, and in absolutely first
class condition throughout. Been run
abcut 1000 miles. Will sell cheap for
cash. Apply at Star office. 8-14
PERFECTION TO BE SOUGHT
Small Probability of Mankind Reach,
ing It, But at Least the Effort
Should Be Made.
We hear a great deal about the fin finished
ished finished product as applied to material
things, and enjoy tracing the details
which mark the successive develop developments
ments developments of objects from their crude con condition
dition condition to their finished state. In the
attainment of all worldly objects we
want the best there is the finest silks,
the most beautiful pictures, the hand handsomest
somest handsomest furniture, the most exquisite
tapestries, etc., are none too good for
our esthetic taste, yet unfortunately
we do not apply the same standard to
our own morals. It is enough that we
manage to live within the law, so to
speak, 'to keep just within the lines,
and it is rare indeed that we find a
man who devotes his time and strength
to making a finished spiritual product
of himself. Perhaps such a feat is un unattainable
attainable unattainable by mortal man, the human
side of his nature being too strong
to permit his more spiritual side to
gain the upper hand. Such reasoning
apparently paves the way for the
conclusion that most of us reach that
it Is impossible for any man to at attain
tain attain a condition of perfection. .This
Is true, of course, but at the same
time we must not forget that for all
our inability to ascend to the heights
we can, at least, progress by easy
and natural stages toward their sum summits.
mits. summits. It does not make very much
difference if we do not actually reach
the top if we honestly do, everything
within our power to do so.
ASIA MINOR HARD TO BOUND
Geographical Names There Have Fre Frequently
quently Frequently Only the Vaguest Meanings
for the Student or the Traveler.
"Asia Minor", is a geographical term
of vague extension. It would puzzle
anyone to say exactly where it leaves
The name dates only from the fifth
century, A. D., when Orosius used It,
evidently as a novelty. The Roman
empire knew do Asia minor; indeed,
the Roman province of "Asia" was
actually smaller than this Lesser Asia.
The alternative name Anatolia (land
of the sunrise or East), which has
found favor with the Turks, Is equally
"The Levant," which means the
same thing as "Anatolia" region of
the rising sun is even vaguer in its
geographical scope. It Includes Con Constantinople
stantinople Constantinople and everything anywhere
near the eastern Mediterranean.
FeV geographical names have In Incurred
curred Incurred more unfavorable association.
"Levantine" morals,, particularly in
the matter of honesty, are a byword,
as might be expected from such a
jumble of people. Our words "levan "levan-ter"
ter" "levan-ter" and "to levant." on the other hand,
testify to the fact that dishonesty is
not unknown even in the West. They
originate from the disappearance of
men who could not pay their gambling
or other debts, and were reported to
have gone to the East. American Car Carpet
pet Carpet and Upholstery Journal.
Schoolchildren know a great deal
more than they used to do. In fact,
some of them, in their own opinions,
at least, are quite capable of tutoring
"Those kiddies I teach are as know knowing
ing knowing as an encyclopedia," said a teacher
a week or two ago.
''In what way?" asked his friend.
"Well," replied the scholastic per person,
son, person, "the other day I set a problem in
arithmetic 'A rich man dies and
leaves a million pounds. One-fifth is to
go to the wife, one-fifth to his son, one one-eighth
eighth one-eighth to his brother, and the rest to
the hospitals. What does each one
"Yes?" queried -the friend, not very
"Back came the reply from the
smallest boy in the class : A lawyer,
sir." :.. :
Thinking and Acting.
We read our papers and find tales
of suffering, poverty, hardship. Pity,
indignation, a desire to better condi conditions,
tions, conditions, a warm sense of our common
humanity, Is stirred within us. That
Is thought pleading to be embodied
in action. If we permit it to remain
unused, we have depleted our force.
We are letting the steam escape. The
next time, emotion will tend to seek
the same channel and evaporate. This
is death to resolution, forceful charac character.
ter. character. If we are to be strong, alert to
meet each emergency of life, we must
put into immediate action every high
emotional prompting. William James
says : "It is not in the moment of their
forming, but In the moment of their
producing motor effects, that resolves
and aspirations communicate the new
'set to the brain."
Rather "Tair Story.
Two travelers just back from their
holiday trip were disputing as to which
had experienced the greatest cold.
"In the part of Ireland where I was
the ground is frozen so hard that when
they want to bury a man they just
sharpen his feet and drive him in
with a pile hammer."
The other replied:
. "Yes, I know that place. Didn't
stay there long; found It not bracing
enough for me. Went on to a small
town farther north.' The hotel where
I was staying caught fire. No fire es escapes
capes escapes or ladders In that primitive set settlement.
tlement. settlement. Staircase burned away. Luck Luckily
ily Luckily kept my presence of mind. Emp Emptied
tied Emptied my bath out of the window and
slid down the icicle."
Horse, cow and poultry feed, corn,
oats, hay and sweet feed. Ocala
Seed Store. 8-1-tf
MAXWELL TOURING CARS
In Stock in Ocala for
Ask for a Demonstration
and, just as
that I carry in
for my cars, the price
than those for any
Mo Mo C MR
The Royal Neighbors of America
will meet tomorrow, Tuesday, night.
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOB
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIM-ILAR
ILAR SIM-ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
GILIi NET LOST Between Ocala
and Salt Springs, Friday night, one
fifty-yard gill net. Finder will please
return to Star office and receive re reward.
ward. reward. 14-6t 1
FOR SALE Registered Berkshire
boar, two years old, in perfect condi condition,
tion, condition, weight 300 to 375; big boned
type, and is a dandy. Gilbert Steb Steb-bins,
bins, Steb-bins, R. F. D., Zephyrhills, Fla. ; 2t
MONEY TO LOAN without security
would attract your attention; then
why not save your clothing by having
it cleaned by experts ? J. T. Clayton,
phone 13. 8-6t
WANTED Fifty men to do station
work on hard road on yardage basis.
Prices on request. W. S. Bonner &
Co., Inglis, Fla. It
FOR SALE Stove wood, seasoned
pine and cypress, a large load for a
dollar. Phone 223. Prompt delivery.
Welch Lumber Co. 8-5-tf
MAXWELL Touring Cars (60-inch
TREAD) now in stock at Ocala ready
for delivery. R. R. Carroll.
FOR RENT A two-story house with
all modern conveniences, in two blocks
of the square. 'Apply to Dr. Walter
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 Two second hand power
corn shellers, 250 ft 2"-S. H. pipe.
Ask for what you want, can get it for
you. F. E. Wetherbee. 8-12-3t
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.
that they are
stock in Ocala,
11 1 u
on same being lower
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
IIACUU-DUNN MASOMC liODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19j F. 4
A. M., meets on the first and thlrA
"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 mexxbers are
cordially invited to meet wi& us.
Kate B. Howell. M. R.
Lena Tompkins. M. E. C.
OCALA LODGE NO. 283. B. P. O. E.
Ocaia Lodge No. 28 6, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Duesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
onnosite uostofijRe. ast side.
R. S. Rogers, E. R.
E. J. Crook, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge Nor 19. Conventions
held every Mcr.day 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.
Ghas. K. Sage. K. of R. S. a
ORDER OF EASTERN &TAE
Ocala Cbapter, No. 29, O. E.
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of ach
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Myrtie G. Kramer. W. M.
Mrs. Lillian simmoos, Secy.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F
meets every Tuesday evening in the
Odd Fellows' hall on the thirdf 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.
CHAPTER SO. IS, R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M.. on the
fourth Frfd-ay -in every month at
8 p.m. A. E. Burnett, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secy.
WOODMJfia OF THE WOULD
Fot King Camp No. 14 xabets at
the K. of P. hall at "7:30 p. m. every
second and fourth Friday. Visitin
sovereign? are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar. (J- C
Chas, K. Saze. Clerk.
BABY MAXWELL AT A BARGAIN
I have just taken in exchange a
baby Maxwell, two-clinder, two-passenger
car. Fully equipped and in
fine condition throughout and looks
good. A bargain, and will move quick.
Hurry if you want it. It is the latest
of this model that was manufactured.
Cash or time. R. R. Carroll d&w
Try Bouquet Dozira perfume, $2
per ounce, a Gerig's. tf.
FEES AD COMMISSIONS AND OTHElt REMIXERATIOXS COLLECTED
BY COIXTT OFFICERS AND THEIR OFFICIAL EXPENSES
Statement showing: the amount ot gross receipts total expenses and net
amount of receipts or amount the office has made in each case, compiled for
publication from the reports of county officers of -MARION COUNTY for the
six months ending June 30th, 1916. under chapter 6815 of the Laws of Flor Flor-ida
ida Flor-ida W. V. KNOTT, Comptroller.
P. H. Nugent, clerk circuit court....
J. P. Galloway, sheriff
W. E. Smith, county judge
J. M. Graham, county treasurer
W. I Colbert, tax collector
Alfred Ayer, tax assessor
Jutleea of the Peace
J. G. Ferguson'dlstrict No. 1
T. A. ilcClaren, district No. 2
W. 1L Anderson, district No. 3
S. U. Campbell, district No. 8
A. J. Ellis, district No. 16... i
J. R. Wilder, district No. 17
Alexander Wynne, district No. 19
I I Hopkins, district No. 21
L T. Hickson, district No. 22
B. I. Freyermuth; district No. -30....
M. L. Pasne. district No. 31
U J. T. Bruton, district No. 32
H. R. Roddenberry. district No. 4.
a. isievens. aistrict iio.
J. T. iMiller, district No. 30
D. B. Mathews, district No. 31
T. J. Leitner, district No. 17
I T. Sherouse, district No. 16........
ij ucmccu nisi Jiunuiiy in uciuoer anu ueceiuuer a
generally -paid after July 1st, of the following year.
"&frj3&ar -"-xrrc"" --r v.-.ritv -'j
TO hold "its place in the sun," is the avowed purpose
of a great nation's conflict. To hold "'its place in
the sun' is the object of every business in the great
fight for industrial and commercial supremacy,
Td be able to hold "its place in the sun," is the supreme
test of an asphalt roof. It is the sun, not rain or snow,
that plays havoc with a roQf If it can resist the drying
out process of the sun beating down upon it, day after
day, the rain or snow will not affect it except to wash
it clean and keep it sanitary.
takes "hs place in the sun" and holds it longer
than other similar roofing, because it is made
of the very best quality roofing felt, thoroughly
saturated with the correct blend of soft asphalts,
and coated with z blend of harder asphalts.
This outer coating keeps the inner saturation
soft, and prevents the drying out process so
destructive to the ordinary roof.
The blend of asphalts used by "The General
is the result of long experience. It produces
a roofing more pHable than those which have
less saturation, and which are, therefore,
harder and drier.
At each of the General's big mills, expert
chemists are constantly employed to refine,
test and blend the asphalts used; also to experi experiment
ment experiment for possible improvements. Their constant
endeavor is to make the best roofing still better.
The quality of CERTAIN-TEED is such that
it is guaranteed for 5, 10 or 15 years, according
to thickness (1,2 or 3 ply). Experience proves
that it lasts longer. Behind this guarantee is the
responsibility of the world's largest manufac manufacturer
turer manufacturer of roofings and building papers.
General Roofing Manufacturing Company
World' Largest Manufacturer of RoofingB and Building Papr
JW York Qty Chicf o PfciTad.lphi St. LmIi BoUd Clmlud
Plttabvnrb Detroit Saa Pracisco UiAafsloi MDwaakM Cincinnati
Hw Oriean Mhwoopcti SttU "t UjUuMi.
Copyrlgtited 1910. Qeneral
We Have the Equipment and Ability
To serve you as you ought to be servied, and when you are not let us
ask you again, to let us know, for this is the only way we can accomplish
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.
Ocala Ice & PacMeo Co.
The Tire Man
Service car always ready for tire
Touble on the road. Fisk and Hood
Tires and Tubes. All orders prompt promptly
ly promptly filled.
24 N. MAGNOLIA STREET
Phones 43S 76 Ocala, Fla.
Where Shall I
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
Investigate ita Advantages Before
Choosing Your College
43S 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.
Receipts Expenses Net Ree't.
$3,580.72 $1,263.28 ,12,317.44
3,143.16 1,678.75 1.464.41
1,293.09 413.20 879".89
1.490.S2 NONE 1.490.S2
2,648.94 672.25 1.976.6!
469.78 100.00 369.78
148.70 NONE 148.70
30.35 3.00 27.35
15.34 NONE 15.34
67.56 6.60 60.6
21.59 NONE. 21.59
2.48 NONE 2.48
31.91 ,1.00 S0.91
NONE .15 NONE.
30.46 NONE 30.46
17.98 NONE 17.98
15.00 NONE 15.00
1.25 NONE- 1.25
8.60 NONE t.60
169.50 42.00 127.50
NONE NONE NONE
44.70 NONE 44.70
5.85 NONE 5.S5
223.16 93.00 130.16
i current tax assessment usual-
and remaining 1-5 is
The Geneeal makes
one third of Ameri America!
ca! America! supply of as asphalt
phalt asphalt roll roofing. His
facilities are uncqual uncqual-ed,
ed, uncqual-ed, and he is able to
produce the highest
quality roofing; at the
lowest manufactur manufacturing
ing manufacturing cost.
is made in rolls; also
in skte covered shin shinglesThere
glesThere shinglesThere is a type of
for every kind of.
building, with flat or
pitched roofs, from
the largest sky-scraper
to the smallest
residence or out outbuilding.
building. outbuilding. CERTAIN -TEED U
sold by responsible
dealen all orer the
-world, at reatoDkbia
price. InTetlg-at It
before you decide on
any type of roof.
H4Mtoa ChiWtfa Luodom SydMy
Roofing Manalacturtag Co.
Go To School?
FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR
An Institution of the Highest RanK
for the Education of Young Women
589 students from 52 Florida countiea
and 11 states 1915-16. Total 818 in including
cluding including summer school. Write at once
EDWARD CONRADI, President.
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