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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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OOALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JULY 9, 1917.
VOL. 23, NO. 166.
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Their Offensive on the Galician Front Gains

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ONLY LOCAL FIGHTING

New and powerful blows are be being
ing being struck by the Russians in Galicia.
. Apparently they have broken Austro Austro-German
German Austro-German line west of Stanislau and
south of Halicz. A Petrograd official
report says the Russians have not on only
ly only made important gains in the Stan Stanislau
islau Stanislau region bht declares the Russian
cavalry is chasing the enemy. The
pursuit has already reached the Luv Luv-ka
ka Luv-ka river. Halicz, the gateway to
Lemberg on the sohth, seems doom doomed
ed doomed unless the Russian' onslaught is
quickly stopped. The Russian push
from the northwest would hem in Hal Halicz
icz Halicz on three sides.
The renewed Russian drive has
brought additional territory, Seven
thousand prisoners and forty eight
guns, including a dozen large pieces.
North of Stanislau the Russians
are holding positions won in the- vicin vicinity
ity vicinity of Brzezany and Koniuchy, where
Austro-German counter attacks were
beaten off.
There is only local fighting on the
British western front, but the Ger Germans
mans Germans are giving the French little rest
farther south. Attack after attack
being launched to wrest positions from
the French on Chemin DesDames. The
French report the attacks unsuccess unsuccessful.
ful. unsuccessful. AMERICAN STEAMER SUNK
London, July 9. The American
steamship Massapequa was sunk Sat

urday by a German submarine. The
crew oi tne iviassapequa ianaea ai a
small port eight miles from Brest.
SUNDAY IN THE
METHODIST CHURCH
Services well attended, some visit visitors
ors visitors and strangers being present. A
special prayer was made for the sor sorrowing
rowing sorrowing and the sick of our city.
Dr. Gross commented on the 21st
chapter of John, choosing for his text
the-Master's words to Peter, "Lovest
thou me more than these?" He at attributed
tributed attributed our failure in life to our lack
of knowledge in casting (as did the
disciplesj'sour net on the wrong side
of the ship. We must listen to his
directions and 'follow them if we
would be successful. Jesus was ah
altruist, he knew how and he still
stands ready to reveal to his follow followers
ers followers God's plans for us if we will re respond.
spond. respond. God's law is the law of love;
if we love Him as we should, there
will be nothing lacking. God should
be first. Matt. 6-33. We are ever too
ready to run after other things, our
church and God's work being only
secondary. Do we love God more
than these ? self, friends, ambition,
fame, etc? Another thought, as is in
all of Christ's ministry, was his
thoughtfulness of others, his utter
unselfishness. Knowing his disciples'
fatigue, he had prepared some food
for them and in verse 10, he recog recognizes
nizes recognizes the need of their services.
Dr. Gross in applying the text
pleaded that we love God with our
whole heart, better than all else be beside.
side. beside. That we love him with our will,
our intellect and our sensibilities. Let
him have all our time and on his altar
lay our sacrifice, if we would find the
blessing which he has promised to
those who love him.
Dr. Gross selected for his evening
text Isa. 42-3. Among other splendid
thoughts, enlarging on God's mercy
to us. His plan that none should be
lost and our help in the salvation of
those weaker ones, whom he would
father in that day when he makes up
his jewels. f R.
BIG MAXWELL BARGAINS
Two 1916 Maxwell touring cars, the
biggest bargains you ever saw,
cash or terms. The Maxwell Agency,
Ocala, Fla. 7-9-tf
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Placing an embargo on exports
from America to neutral countries is
going to hit the Germans heavily.

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Strength Every

BETWEEN BRITISH AND TEUTONS, HOT GERMANS
FIND A WEAK SPOT IN THE FREIICH LINE

(Associated Press)
BAD TIME FOR
A STRIKE
It May be Necessary for the Govern
ment to Take Charge of Several
Ship Yards
(Associated Press)
' New York, 'July 9. The command commandeering
eering commandeering of the ship yards in the New
York and New Jersey districts by the
government is predicted by an official
of a ship yard company. Labor lead leaders
ers leaders said they contemplated calling a
general strike unless the demands of
those mechanics who are out were
met.
TO THE WOMEN
AND GIRLS OF OCALA
,,-Many have the impression that the
meeting of the surgical dressings
committee, in their work room in the
postoffice building, every Wednesday
afternoon, at 3 o'clock, is a regular
study class for the preparation of
surgical supplies. I want to have it
known that it is a place for all who
wish to help in the preparation of
these dressings. It is a work that is
greatly needed, and such as almost
any one can do. Later on a study
class in this work may be organized
if enough desire it, but at present the
demand for surgical dressings is so
great that the chairman feels we
should. all work to supply that need
as far as possible. Here is an op opportunity
portunity opportunity for real helpful work on
the part of us all. Wfll every one try
to come and not wait to be specially
invited? Florence Hardy Ottman.
AN EXPRESSION OF SYMPATHY
Ocala, Fla., July 9, 1917.
To Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk:
The colored people of this city are
in deep sympathy with you in the loss
of your beloved son, Mr. LaGrange
Sistrunk. We can only say that he
was one of the most manly young
men of this county. He was highly
esteemed by all the colored people
that knew him best. -We pray God's
blesesings upon you, and we trust
that he will send from heaven his
consoling angels to comfort you in
your bereavement and that you will
decide in your mind that God giveth,
and God taketh, blessed be the name
f the Lord.
A precious one from us has gone,
A voice we roved is stilled;
A place is vacant in your home
Which never can be filled.
God in his wisdom has recalled,
The boon his love had given.
George Giles.
v F. P. Gadson.
W. M. Counts.
L. C. Jackson.
BLITCHTON
Blitchton, July 7. A few of Miss
Rowena Hammons' friends surprised
her Saturday night and helped her
celebrate her birthday. Ice cream and
cake were served to the guests.
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Blitch of Irvine
were week-end guests of Mr. and
Mrs. B. R. Blitch.
Mrs. B. R. Blitch, Mr. and Mrs. B.
C. Blitch, Messrs. J. W. Coulter, Earl
Phillips and Landis Blitch spent
Tuesday in Ocala.
Dr. and Mrs. S. H. Blitch, Mr. and
Mrs. F. E.Fant and Mr. Landis Blitch
visited Ocala on the fourth.
Every one enjoyed the services
Sunday and the music by the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist orchestra of Ocala added much to
the service.
Woman's Worries.
A man worries for himself. A wom woman
an woman worries for her husband, for her
children, for her relatives and the
people of her neighborhood.-

USslS
Day
SEEM TRIM)
ROUSED BY THE
LAST RAID
Inhabitants of London Denounce
the Government for Its
Incompetence
(Associated Press)
London, July 9. The morning pap
ers subordinate everything to Satur Saturday's
day's Saturday's air raid, most of them taking
the government severely to task for
what they term inadequate prepara preparations
tions preparations against raids. The incident is
described by the most angry com commentators
mentators commentators as disgraceful alike to the
war and navy department and the re removal
moval removal of those responsible for the
'.'miserable display of incompetence"
is demanded.
Victims of the raid hover about the
smouldering ruins of their houses in
search of mementos of their homes.
The worst sufferers are the wives and
children of men at the front, with no
means of re-establishing themselves.
Good Cider.
Many persons who have orchards
use any and all kinds of apples both
for cider and vinegar; but If one is at
all particular about "quality" of such
things, all wormy and rotten apples
should be fed to the hygs, or other otherwise
wise otherwise destroyed.
A Close Observer.
Sarah, the little daughter of a cler clergyman,
gyman, clergyman, was asked If her papa ever
preached the same sermon twice. Af After
ter After considering a moment, she 'an 'answered:
swered: 'answered: "Yes, I think he does, but
I think he hollers in different places."
An Aid to Virtue.
A true lover of flowers can scarcely
be very wicked. Beauty and good-
lafiess are twin sisters. Let us culti
vate the one and the other will come
unbidden and dwell with us.
v Condition of Friendship.
, "If you want me to feel friendly to
you, you must talk to me," says Doc
Frank Crane. If you want us to feel
friendly to you, you must let us do
some of the talking.
Of Course.
"Why do you always have to be ex examined
amined examined by a doctor before you can get
life Insurance?" "I presume the com company
pany company is anxious enough to carry it."
Impotent Life.
. The only utterly impotent life is the
loose life, the life that has no center,
no rest, no point of obligation, no link
of enslavement.
' All We Can Take Away.
Only' what we have brought into our
character during our lifetime can we
take away with us. Humboldt.
' Fame.
A proud and happy parent Is pt to
discount a broken collarbone if his son
scores the winning touchdown.
Sorrow Is Rust.
Sorrow is the mere rust of the soul.
Activity will cleanse and brighten it.
Best Things.
The best things are not bought and
sold.
PLUMBING AMD
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING
When you have plumbing or elec
trical contracting, let us furnish you
estimates. No job too large and none
too small, tf H. W. Tucker.
"Unclassified" ads bring results.

WILL MM

E THEIR CAMP III
GERMAN GUNS

(Associated
A French Port, July 9. General
Sibert has prepared to leave for the
permanent camp which is within sound
of the German guns, if not within
their direct range. The town took a
holiday to honor the departure of the
Americans.
FUNERAL SERVICE
FOR LAGRANGE SISTRUNK
"Those whom the gods love die
young." But they leave an aching
void in the hearts of those who love
them.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. S. T.
Sistrunk has for years been a place
yielding to none in the happiness and
kindness dispensed from it, but the
shadow of sadness has lain heavily
upon it of late. Not yet had been dis
persed the sorrow brought upon it by
the death of the bright little girl
guest from Tennessee, when the man
ly son, the household's chief hope, was
stricken down and taken before his
loved ones could even bid him fare
welt
All day yesterday, as the remains
of the brave young man, clad in the
pure white of his naval uniform, lay
in their casket in the parlor of his
late home, sad-faced friends came to
look upon him for the last time. Many
tears were dropped upon the almost
flower-hidden casket. He was a well
beloved boy. He was always so will
ing and glad to help a friend. And
he had no enemies.
The little home would not hold the
friends that came to bid him the last
farewell this morning. They filled
the yard and street for a block in
each direction. Everybody in town
who could go went. Scores came in
from the country, particularly from
his parents' old home in the north
west of the county. The board of
county commissioners attended in a
body and with them most of the
county officials.
It was Ocala's first military funeral
of the war. All the officers of Com
pany A, two" squads under Corporal
Effinger with rifles, as a guard of
honor,, and nearly all the other mem members
bers members of the company in town, with
out arms, were present.
Rector Ottman of the Episcopal
church, assisted by Rev. -Bunyan
Stephens, conducted the brief but
touching services, and a choir consist consisting
ing consisting of Messrs. Jake and Albert Gerig,
Mrs. C. E. Winston and Miss Musie
Bullock, sang the comforting hymn,
"Safe in the Arms of Jesus."
The officers of Company A, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by a detail, then entered and
the captain reverently laid the colors
on the young sailor's coffin. Then
the pall bearers, Robert Tydings,
Niel Ferguson, Robert MacKay, Ed Edward
ward Edward Nelson, Bernard Koonce and
Julian Bullock, all among the dead
boy's close friends, bore the casket to
the hearse. They were followed by
the sorrowing relatives, the mother,
sister and aunt of the departed clad
in pure white mourning. They were
accompanied by the good old colored
"mammy," the family servant for
years, -who found the wounded boy
immediately after the fatal accident
and vainly tried to give him aid.
With the soldiers preceding and
following the hearse, and nearly half
a mile of autoes in the procession, the
sad cortege wended its way to Green Greenwood,
wood, Greenwood, where the grave had been made
on the western slope of the city, of the
dead. There more friends waited; there
must have been five hundred people
from all parts of Marion county pres present.
ent. present. The soldiers lined up by the grave
and stood with presented arms while
the casket was lowered to its last
resting place. Then they stood at
ease while, the brief burial service
was conducted by Mr. Ottman. At its
close, all bowed their heads while Mr.
Stephens raised his Voice in prayer.
A word of command, the double line
of rifles came up and a volley rang
out. Again and again the -guns spoke
their solemn parting and then sank
back to the ground while Bugler
Tucker sounded taps. Softly the sil silver
ver silver notes of the bugle rose, and then
the ceremony was over, and the dead
boy's friends slowly and sadly came
away, leaving him to rest till time
shall be no more.

Hi OF THE
Press)
Their Country They Give It This
Year Three Billion Bushels
of Grain
(Associated Press)
Washington, July 9. A three three-billion
billion three-billion bushel corn crop is estimated
as the farmers' answer to the presi
dent's call for more foodstuffs for the
Allies. This is far above the average
and more than six hundred million
bushels more than "last year.
The condition of the spring wheat
crop is estimated at 83.6.
DRAWING WILL BEGIN SATUR
DAY
Unofficially it is indicated that
687,000 men will be drafted for the
new army. Double this number is
expected to be drawn as it is estimat
ed exemptions will run 50 per cent.
It is understood the drawing will
begin Saturday.
ONLY A STARTER
Secretary Daniels has asked Con
gress to appropriate $45,000,000 for
naval aeronautics. This is in addition
to the huge amount asked for in the
army program.
NOTICE
"All unpaid taxes are delinquent
April 1st, and the tax collector is
hereby vested with the power and it
SHALL BE HIS DUTY to collect by
levy and sale of goods and chattel
lands and tenements assessed all tax
es that remain unpaid on the first
Monday in April."
The above is the state law and it
becomes my duty to enforce it after
July 21st. W. W. Stripling,
7-9-2t. Tax Collector Marion Co. Fla.
Mentality of Octopl.
There is a great deal of difference
In-the mental attitude of devil fishes
or octopl," says Charles F. Holden in
St. Nicholas. "In a tank In the Ava Ava-lon
lon Ava-lon aquarium, which contains three or
four octopl, all but one were timid.
One attacked my hand, and seemed
to enjoy being touched. A large Cali California
fornia California sheepshead in this aquarium
became so tame .that it liked to be
scratched about the head with a wire
or stick, and followed people about the
tank, especially the man who fed It.
It was interesting to see It change
color as the man stroked It with
the wire."
Some Watchdog.
There Is a watchdog In a. New York
town who ought to be placed on chari
ty parol. An obnoxious beggar there
who had been tolerated by the resi residents
dents residents because of his paralyzed condi condition,
tion, condition, was caught stealing by the dog,
chased six blocks and finally forced to
climb a tree. One good thing about
canine investigators into the reality of
human suffering is that they are guid guided
ed guided strictly by the facts in the case and
are not troubled by any sentimentality.
Realty Fit for Something.
It took a long time to find out that
the arid plains and valleys of the
Southwest were really fit for some
thing. All the deserts needed was
water f with plenty of moisture these
areas could be made to grow almost
anything from horseshoe nails to alli alligator
gator alligator pears, and incidentally fruit the
like of which we have never before
known.
Gum Arabic
Gum arable naturally exudes from
the bark of acacia Senegal, a tree na
tive to north Africa, though other
species of Acacia are drawn upon,
however, yielding a slightly Inferior
product. Tragacanthls from shrubs of
astragalus species native to Asia.
While astragalus-' are common In west
ern America none of them seem to be
of valu for tragacanth. The most
shrubby local species is A. Brauntonii.
Buy your" drugs from the Rexall
store It is always the best drug
store. r' tf

FARMERS HAVE
HOT FAILED

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Explosions at
s
Navy
GREAT DESIRUCTI0

(Associated Press)

San Francisco, July 9. Two store
houses at the Mare Island navy yard
were destroyed today by an explos
ion. Twelve of the fifteen magazines
were badly damaged. The explosion
broke a thousand windows in Vallejo
half a mile away. Fire started .in
the wrecked buildings. Desperate ef ef-efForts
efForts ef-efForts are being made to prevent its
spreading to other buildings where
explosives are stored.
UNDER CONTROL
After hard work the fire is under
control. It is reported that eight
people were killed by the explosion
and admitted that many were hurt.
Officials said they would not make a
casualty report until the extent of
the damage and casualties are known.
Two were injured by concussion on a
ferry boat two miles away.
Birds Trained to Fish.
As hawks were trained to hunt, -a
peculiar species of bird was trained to
fish. The bird found to be most adapt
able for the purpose was the cormo cormorant
rant cormorant an oceanic bird, similar to the
pelican and feeding almost exclusive exclusively
ly exclusively on fish. It is intermediate In size,
between a duck and a goose, and some
of the thirty species inhabiting .the
world have beautiful .plumage which
has a sheen of green, blue and purple,
Never Besieged.
Petrograd is one of the few Euro European
pean European capitals which has never been be besieged
sieged besieged or captured by enemy forces.
May 27, 1703, Peter the Great founded
the city by building himself a small
wooden hut. In 1710 Count Golovkin
built the first brick house, and In the
following year the emperor laid the
foundation of a house of the same ma
terial for his own home, and trans
ferred the seat of government from
Moscow to the new capital.
- Peculiarity of the Brain.
Tending to bear out the claim that
the human brain is so constructed that
It can bear great Ills better than les lesser
ser lesser ones oft repeated," is the fact that
a traveler in the wilds of Central Afri
ca will face the tragedy of a surprise
by savage man or beast with Intelli Intelligent
gent Intelligent courage, and yet be driven to the
delirium of madness by the Insistent
attacks of minute insects.
Safeguarding the Nation's Money.
The bureau of engraving and print
ing, at Washington, D. C, where all
paper .money, postage and revenue
stamps and valuable documents are
printed, is one of the most carefully
guarded buildings In the world. It
is protected by some of the most mod modern
ern modern electrical burglar alarms, and 60
armed night watchmen patrol the
plant. Popular Science Monthly.
Not, bur Truth.
The truth which another man has
won from nature or from life Is not
our truth until we have lived It. Only
that becames real or helpful to any
man which has cost the sweat of his
brow, the effort of his brain, or the
anguish of his soul. He who would be
wise must daily earn his wisdom.
David Starr Jordan.
Fixing the Clock.
If your clock gets out of order, try
lubricating the works by the fumes
from a piece of wadding soaked in
paraffin. Set the wadding Inside the
case under the works; unless the
works are actually out of order the
fumes will net on the machinery. It
is quite a simple but a tried remedy.
. Invisible Ink.
Use unglazed paper and write with
lemon, onion, Jeek, cabbage or arti artichoke
choke artichoke Juice. Characters written with
these juices become very visible when
the paper is heated with a hot iron.
Milk or, better still, buttermilk also
mukes u good invisible Ink which heat
v. ill bring to view.
The largest line of bathing caps In
the city all shades, shapes and col colors.
ors. colors. The Court Pharmacy. 15-tf

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Yard

N WROUGHT AilO HARD WORK JO If
FIRES III BOUND

S0IT1G SPECIAL
Kaiser Invited Neutral Diplomats to
a Most Important
Conference
. (Associated Press)
London, July 9. According to re reports
ports reports reaching Rotterdam from Ber Berlin,
lin, Berlin, forwarded by the Exchange Tele Telegraph,
graph, Telegraph, Emperor William has invited
neutral ambassadors and ministers 1io
a conference Saturday.
REPUBLIC VfLL
Chang and Hi Imperialist Array
Seem. About to be
Hemmed In
(Associated Press)
Peking, July 9. General Chang, lit
the head of the royalist forces, is pro provisioning
visioning provisioning the Forbidden City and
strengthening its defenses. This in indicates
dicates indicates that in the event his troops
are defeated at Feng Tai, their lasit
stand will be made there.
As Charley 8awMt.
Charley, aged three, was spending
the day with his grandparents. Ths
grandfather wanted to read, but Char1 Char1-ley
ley Char1-ley was playing boisterously. "Char "Charley,
ley, "Charley, sit down and keep quiet V said the
grandfather sternly. Charley dropped
on the nearest seat and sat looking
from one to the other for possibly a
minute, then said, "Grandpa Grand Grandpa:"
pa:" Grandpa:" "Well, what is it?" said th
grandfather. "Why, you and grand grandma
ma grandma just sound as If you were dead!"
Growing Dates.
Dates are imported to the United
States from the warm countries of
southern Europe and Africa, but if
the efforts of western experiments ar
as fruitful of results as the tree
grown have been full of fruit, It may
be expected that this country will be before
fore before long grow all its own dates, ac according
cording according to a writer in the Scientific
American.
Porto Rico a Gem.
Horticulturally Porto Rico is a geta,
also ideal in all ways.-' The Island la
nearly a rectangle 35 miles wide and
100 miles long, of great fertility, great
beauty and a healthful and almost per perfect
fect perfect climate. Although the population
Is 320 -to the square mile nearly all art)
engaged In horticulture. The chief
crops are citrous fruits, coffee, coco coconuts,
nuts, coconuts, pineapples, bananas and many
other tropical fruits.
Just So It's Beefsteak.
Paul, who lived in the country.
where at his house pork Is the pre
dominant meat throughout the year,
liad gone to the city to visit his aunt
Thinking, of course, she must hava
things he liked best to eat, she asked
him what kind of meat she should get
for dinner, and Paul's reply was..4!
don't care, aunty, whether it Is noras
or cow, just so It Is beefsteak."
The Date Palm.
No tree Is more graceful and beau
tiful than a date palm, and the plants
the Arizona university have conclu-
make stately ornaments for lawns and
parks. At the same time they grow
an appetizing article of food. In north
ern Africa, the native habitat of the
date palm, the fruit is a common ar
tide of daily diet. --

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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JULY 9, 1917

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
' IUTTINGEK & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R. R. Carroll, General Maaag-er Port V. Lenreagrood, Bsaiaesa MiMCtr
J. II. Benjamla, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter

Phone Five-One

SLIISCRIPTIO.V RATES
(Domestic) (Forel-)
One year, In advance. ......... .f 5.00 One year. In advance... $1.00
Six months, in advance 2.i0 Six month, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance 1.26 Three months, In advance 2.25
Ot.b month. In advance .50 One month, in advance.... SO

EXCESSIVE MILE-AGE
Manatee county will have to pay a
rather heavy Mile-age. Four
companies of troops to guard one ne negro.
gro. negro. A ridiculous, yet expensive
jcke. There. are almost as
many soldiers in Bradentown as there
are able-bodied citizens. Tampa Tri Tribune.
bune. Tribune. We are, glad to see the Tribune
criticise the ridiculous and extrava extravagant
gant extravagant conduct of the governor-in re regard
gard regard to the Miles trial. To begin
with, he sent two companies of troops
from Tampa to Jacksonville to take
Miles to Tampa. The railroad fare
alone of these two companies must
have cost 'the state $1200, probably
more. Then Catts "mobilized" two
additional companies of infantry (four
in all) and a machine gun squad at
least 250 men and sent them with
the prisoner to Bradentown, where
they have remained for five days, at
the expense of at least $1 per man a
day. Two companies of infantry and
me macnine gun squaa are to remain
at Bradentown until the negro is
hung, which may be Friday. All in
all, the trial and execution of this
criminal will cost not less than $4000.
In addition to this, the men are with withdrawn
drawn withdrawn from their homes and business
for a week or more to serve for 50
cents a day, which will not be paid
them for weeks, perhaps months.
We thought that in calling out the
entire force of state troops to put
down a street car strike in Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, Gov. Gilchrist had committed
the champion militaristic damphool damphool-ishness
ishness damphool-ishness of Florida, but Catts has Gil Gilchrist
christ Gilchrist beaten clear out of sight. It
was the governor's duty to see the
negro was protected, and that he had
a fair trial, but not more than one
company, in addition to the local
company, was needed for the duty. It
was not necessary to send two com com-panied
panied com-panied to Jacksonville to take Miles
to Tampa. A couple of squads would
have been amply sufficient. Forty of
the men who have been on the border,
with their rifles, in an ordinary jail
building, could drive off any mob
that could be assembled in this state
outside of one of the bigger cities.
We had a rape fientl in the Marion
county jail a little less than five years
ago. He was guarded by our locan
company, less than thirty men. As Assisting
sisting Assisting the sheriff and a couple of
deputies, they brought him from the
jail to the courthouse thru a threat threatening
ening threatening assemblage, stood guard over
him while he was being tried and took
him back to the jail. They stood
guard over the jail three or four days
and nights, not more than half of
them on duty at a time. Then the
sheriff and two deputies carried the
negro to Tampa one night. A few
. weeks later, the sheriff, alone, brought
the man back to Ocala for execution.
We have rio idea that more than
forty or fifty men were needed to
guard Miles, and the xommissioners
of Manatee should refuse to allow
their county to pay any expense in
excess of that amount.
A New York negro : preacher says
that southern negroes go north be because
cause because they are sick of seeing, mem members
bers members of their race lynched, and the
man who is supposed to be competent
to edit the New York Times admits
the statement, with his implied ap approval,
proval, approval, to the paper. Now there are
ten million negroes in the South, and
if the editor of the Times would have
some member of his staff take the
files of the paper and a geography,
count the lynching!' recorded and
mark the places on tne map where
they took place, he couldn't help com coming
ing coming to the conclusion that it was im impossible
possible impossible for any more than a very
small minority, of southern negroes
to witness a lynching. The said ne negro
gro negro preacher asserted that 350,000
southern negroes have gone north
it's a safe bet that not 50,000 of them
could produce evidence that they had
been in less than ten miles of a
lynching.
Despite the campaign for conser conservation,
vation, conservation, we distinctly saw a young
man allowing a perfectly good right
arm go to waist in an automobile last
night. -Tampa Tribune.
Our eyesight isn't as good as it
was fifty years ago, but occasionally
there passes us in the shades of
night an auto in which we can't help
suspecting some of that sort of ex extravagance
travagance extravagance is ; being indulged in.
At Bradentown Saturday night,
Will Miles, the murderer and rape
fiend, was found guilty of murder in
the first degree. He will probably be
hung Friday, 13th. The crime for
which he was tried was the murder
of the five-months-old baby of W. S.
Palmer of Erie. He also killed the
baby's mother and committed rape on
a 13-yearpld white girl, the girl dy dying
ing dying a few 'weeks after. Miles had a
much fairer trial than many a white
man accused of less crime. Gov.
Catts called out between two and

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three hundred of the state troops to
protect him, and Judge Reaves ap appointed
pointed appointed every lawyer of the Braden Bradentown
town Bradentown bar to aid in his defense. The
evidence against him was direct.
A dispatch from New York says
"Thirty thousand pounds of potatoes
were destroyed here today by the
health authorities with a result that
a Florida shipper whose name was
withheld suffered a speculative set setback.
back. setback. When the vegetables of excep
tionally fine quality arrived the ship
per ordered his commission agents to
keep them off the market until higher
prices obtained. This did not come
and when the shipper ordered the
potatoes sold; health officials con
demned them as rotten."
The Porto Rican regiment has gone
to Colon, to help guard the Panama
canal.
The need of the hour is more food
control and less food control debate
Americans can't subsist on Washing Washington
ton Washington wind.- Tampa Times.
Now you've said it.
Neither Jacksonville. Tampa, Ocala
Miami or Pensacola were represent represented
ed represented at the meeting of the State Press
Association in Jacksonville last week
Under the new plan of organization
the papers in these cities will either
join their forces with the smaller
weeklies or be ousted from member
ship. Howey Tribune.
We have been a member of the
state press association for half a
dozen years, but have never attend
ed a meeting, and have never known
the association to do anything of ben
efit to the press or any other institu
tion of the state. The members meet
and have a good time, elect officers
and pass a bunch of resolutions,
which are never carried into effect
The members do not stand by each
other on any line of polisy, and so
far as it has any effect on state oi
national issues the association might
as well disband.
Cut the trimmings off the Sunday
dinner, advises a food expert. Bless
your .heart, nearly everybody has had
to do that months ago. Tampa Tri Tribune.
bune. Tribune. Do you mean to say that you are
yet able to indulge in Sunday din dinners?
ners? dinners? A subscriber requests that informa information
tion information about the old "slave" market in
the Plaza be printed. He desires to
know the date of its construction and
the purpose for which it was used. In
answer we are unable to state whether
or not slaves were ever sold in the
market. It was built in the year 1840
to be used as a general market and
within the recollection of many resi residents
dents residents was. used as a meat market. It
i? possible that slaves may have been
sold in this market; in fact some of
the lder residents claim to have been
eye witnesses to the sale of slaves
there, but the building was not erect erected
ed erected specifically for a slave market
St. Augustine Record.
The Star isn't certain, but it thinks
the old slave market was partially
burned in the great fire of 1887 and
the present structure, like the cathed cathedral,
ral, cathedral, was restored by Mr. Flagler in
the next year.
We note with no little pride that
our own Park Trammell is standing
firm for nation-wide prohibition in
order to save 11,000,000 loaves of
bread for the hungry, instead of let letting
ting letting it go into the booze barrel to
make the. nation drunk. Arcadia En Enterprise.
terprise. Enterprise. If Park wants another term in the
Senate, he had better back P-resident
Wilson in his efforts to help the coun country
try country win the war. AH these delays
about one little damphool issue or an another
other another are going to be paid for in good
American lives, and the people will
swat the delayers as fast they come
up for re-election.
Some towns in Florida, notably
Lakeland, are complaining of getting
too much rain. St. Petersburg has
had about enough but certainly not
too much. St. Petersburg Independ Independent.
ent. Independent. St. Petersburg has the advantage
of having an ocean to pour its over overflow
flow overflow in.
We are told that if we work on a
farm we won't have to go to war, and
that if we go to war we won't have to
work on a farm. But what's bother bothering
ing bothering some of our yellow-hided Willies
is, how they can skip 'em both. Day Day-tona
tona Day-tona Journal. t
If the war lasts two or three years,
their hides won't be yellow any more.
They will be tanned.
A very good work iri behalf of the
state's crippled children at the hospi hospital
tal hospital is to begin this month. Miss Nel Nellie
lie Nellie Stevens, principal of the primary
school, will give them kindergarten

instruction until her regular work

begins in September, at which time
another teacher will be provided to
carry on the course. A number of
our young ladies have volunteered U
go to the hospital two or three after
noons in the week, to give the chil children
dren children readings and tell them stories.
In this and other ways Ocala will
make itself a pretty good place for
these little folks, whose lives would
be dreary and hopeless if the state
hadn't taken them in its care.
SHAKING THE BLOODY SHIRT
Col. Roosevelt seeks to repel the
charge that Americans would be as
brutal and cruel as Germans under
like circumstances by showing the
better conduct of Confederate officers
and men; it would be more to the
point if he reviewed the conduct of
federal officers and men authorities
being equally easy of access. Will he
take the treatment of the people of
the Valley of Virginia as his text?
Times-Union.
There, now; we knew it was going
to do it. If Mr. Roosevelt preached
the sermon on the mount, the Times Times-Union
Union Times-Union would find fault with it.' In
making a fourth of July speech, Mr.
Roosevelt could, of course, have re referred
ferred referred to the Valley of Virginia, the
march to the sea, the burning of Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia and some other events. Or
he could have referred to Libby
prison, or Andersonville, or the in insulting
sulting insulting answer to the request for the
body of Shaw, or any other of the
many things in our great fratricidal
conflict that sensible people are will willing
ing willing to forgive and trying to forget.
But as he was speaking to a north north-ernaudience,
ernaudience, north-ernaudience, and as he had about a
hundred times as much magnanimity
as the Times-Union, he saw fit to
praise the chivalry and humanity of
the South's most famous sailor. It's
no use for us. to blame the Chicago
Tribune and other northern papers
for sectionalism. When it comes to
flapping the bloody shirt and trying
to tear the bloody chasm open again,
our own dear Times-Union is right
on the job.
According to figures just issued at
Washington Florida's quota of men
under the draft will be 4,411, which is
.0521 per cent of the 84,693 which reg registered
istered registered in this state. This percentage
would also apply to each county and
would make Marion county's quota
less than a hundred men.
Yes, father will also be sorry to
have his big boy march away to the
front, just as he was beginning to be
a regular side-partner. Times Times-Union.
Union. Times-Union. We are afraid there are not enough
of the side-partner boys to win the
war. But they generally make the
best of soldiers and their fathers
seldom hold them back from their
duty.
We are not given to printing proph prophecies.
ecies. prophecies. We have noticed that almost
any man who has no real work to do
clan "make the Bible agree with past
history back to the time when Adam
was a little boy, but there isn't a
blamed one of them that can tell by
it what will happen day after tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. Says the Arcadia News: "The Ocala
Star, gifted in saying things pun pun-gently,
gently, pun-gently, carried a headline in the issue
of July 3rd, reading 'People of Il Illinois
linois Illinois Behave Like Prussians.'"
An altercation in which Colonel
Roosevelt and Samuel Gompers near nearly
ly nearly came to blows was an unexpected
feature of New York's reception to
the Russian mission Friday night.
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The two speakers forgot the subject
of the evening at a mass meeting at
Carnegie Hall, and Colonel Roosevelt
accused Mr. Gompers of condoning
the recent race riots at East St.
Louis.

MILLIONS IN MURPHIES
The "New Florida" says that Palat Palat-ka's
ka's Palat-ka's potato district surpasses the
Bonanza gold mines, that five million
dollars worth of spuds have been dug
from 12,000 acres.
Well, Mr. Messer made enough po political
litical political "mess of it" to get the people
to thinking some. Palatka Times Times-Herald.
Herald. Times-Herald. Messer's office may not have
amounted to much, but the manner in
1 which he was ousted from it was one
of those high-handed acts Catts was
so ready to denounce before he took
office.
The American steamship Orleans,
the first vessel to defy the Prussian
submarine decree, has been torpedoed
and sunk by a U-boat. Four of the
crew perished.
German troops on the Roumanian
front put up white flags and called on
the Russians to fraternize, but Rus
sian artillery fired on the flags, said
the official report from Petrograd.
Indignant at the slipshod attempts
at secrecy in the dispatch of the ex expeditionary
peditionary expeditionary force to France, members
of Congress say that the government
will combat the spy menace by selec selection
tion selection of a less open port than New
"iork and urge the co-ordination of
the fou ragencies working to sup suppress
press suppress the system.
The German crown prince, after
most careful preparations for a sur surprise
prise surprise party, "knocked at the wrong
door" when he sent his men against
the French at Chemin-des-Dames; the
Prussians were repulsed on a front of
eleven miles and lost trenches when
their surprise attack was turned
against them.
That system of censorship that- Mr.
Baker and Mr. Daniels have selected
seems to be the ingrowing variety.
Jt is of just about as much service as
an ingrowing toenail and may be become
come become more painful.
Some one asked, if an "untruth is
ever pardonable," and the Washing Washington
ton Washington Star replies by saying, "Occasion "Occasionally.
ally. "Occasionally. You often write 'Dear Sir,' and
'Yours respectfully,' when you don't
mean a word of it." Arcadia News.
To make up for that, you some
times write, "Dear Miss," when you
mean it ten thousand times over.
If you could get hold of a file of
Harper's Weekly or of any leading
Southern newspaper from 1861 to
1865, you would find our own people
were abusing each other as much or
more as the British and Germans are
abusing each other now. As for the
Americans, we haven't fairly started
the abuse yet.
The" Bulgarians have not put their
new territory to the best of use. It
has enabled their country to become
one of the leading producers of opium,
taking the unwholesome preeminence
aw3y frcm Turkey.
The fashion journals say that one
result of the entry of America into
the war is a preponderating Ameri
canism in French clothing. Parisian
dressmakers say "American women
always wear the prettiest clothing
and don't mind the cost," a statement
the heads 6f many American families
can corroborate.
Celluloid is made from potatoes.
Wonder if the high price of potatoes
has anything to do with the frequent
gaps in the moving picture films. Oc Occasionally
casionally Occasionally we see a picture that looks
like a yard or two is cut out of a
reel to, perhaps, help make an Irish
stew.
The board of trade will meet next
Friday evening at its new and pleas pleasant
ant pleasant quarters at No. 109 East Broad Broadway.
way. Broadway. If a girl raises her skirt these days
we take it for a neck ruffle. Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee News.
Neck ruffles have gone out of
fashion among the girls. The nearest
things to them are the sashes they
sometimes wear around their waists.
No Use Wearing
A Shiny Palm Beach Suit
7
We clean and press them with without
out without the use of smoothing irons.
Let us send for yours.
Ocala Steam Laundry
Just Phone 101

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Trains of the Atlantic Coast Line
will arrive and depart in Ocala at the
following times:
No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, 2:18-2:25 a.jn.
No. 38, St. Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 2:25 a. m.
No. 10, Leesburg to Jacksonville,
5:40 a. m.
No. 151, Ocala to Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 6:10 a. m.
No. 35, Ocala to Lakeland (Sunny (Sunny-Jim),
Jim), (Sunny-Jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 6:40 a. m.
No. 141,' Wilcox, Gainesville and
Palatka to Ocala, 11:15 a. in.-
No. 40, St. Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 12:54-1:14 p. m.
No. 48, Homosassa to Ocala, 1:05
p. m.
No. 49, Ocala to Homosassa, 2:25
p. m.
No. 39, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, 2:36-2:40 p. m.
No. 140, Ocala to Palatka, Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville and Wilcox, 4:10 p. m.
No. 9, Jacksonville to Leesburg,
No. 32, Lakeland to Ocalu (Sunny
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day, Saturday, 9:50 p. m.
No. 4 Leaves Tampa 9 a. m.; Ocala
1 p. m. Arrive3 Jacksonville, 5:10 p.m.
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m.; Ocala, 1:45 a. m. Arrives St. Pe Petersburg,
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Ocala, 4:15 p. m. Arrives Jackson Jacksonville.
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The Cross of Red
Over the dying, over the uead,
Silently bending; her Cross of Red
No longer a shield from shot and
shell,
No longer a truce from ruthless hell;
But wavers she never when sounds
the cry
From the field where our heroes
bravely die.
Forward she goes with untiring tread.
Gentlv she tnH them till Kfa Vioa ftaA
From the mangled forms of soldiers
brave,
Dying for freedom they hoped to save;
Tenderly folding their hands at rest.
She stills the soba in her aching
breast.
Onward, still onward, in fields of
blood,
The Red Cross nurse midst the battle
flood,.
Gropes her way through the wounded
and slain
Soothing the victims in mortal pain.
Never a falter, though great the fear.
For God, with sustaining Love, is
near. Martha S. Gielow.
Mrs. S. E. Leigh returned home
Sunday from a two weeks' visit to
her mother in Jacksonville.
Mrs. W. M. Barrett and little
daughter Stella, who have been visit visiting
ing visiting in Lawtey are now the guests of
Mrs. Barrett's sister, Mrs. A. Z. Ad Ad-kins
kins Ad-kins at Starke.
Mrs. D. B. Kibler and daughters,
Misses Clara and Lucile, accompanied
by her little nieces, Helen and Louise,
left Saturday for Lakeland, where
they will visit relatives before going
to North Carolina for the summer.
Dunnellon Advocate.
Mr. Julian Bullock went to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville on the midnight train Satur Saturday
day Saturday to meet Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk on
her way home from Tennessee.
Mr. and Mrs. Mabry Sumner and
little daughter went to Tampa Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and spent Sunday with Mrs.
Sumner's relatives.
Dr. and Mrs. W. K. Lane will leave
about the 20th for a six weeks' trip
to the north in their Maxwell car.
They will go up into Canada, taking
a leisurely trip and return via a dif different
ferent different route.
The second ward prayer meeting
will be held Wednesday afternoon at
4 o'clock with Mrs. A. T. Thomas. All
friends and neighbors cordially invit
ed.
Mr. Henry F. Wiley of Leesburg,
spent the week-end with friends in
Ocala.
Miss Ruth Robertson is spending a
couple of weeks with her relatives in
Bartow.
Mr. J. J. Turner and family, Miss
Iris Knight and Rev. S. F. Stephens
of Dunnellon have returned home
after spending several days in Ocala.
-,.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Wheeler Branch of
Ocala, arrived in Webster Thursday
morning in response tb a telegram
telling of the serious condition of S.
E. Branch. Webster notes in Tri
bune. v
Mrs. E. T. Bargainier of Dunnellon
was the fourth of July guts of her
sister, Mrs. D. M. Roberts.
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Miss Ruby Gissendaner of Ocala
and Mrs. Jerre' Crook of Bartow, are
now the guests of Miss Gissendaner's
cousin, Miss Elameda Morgan in
Tampa.
Mrs. W. Wolf and daughter, Miss
Rose Wolf, returned home Saturday
from a two weeks' visit to Mrs. R. R.
Carroll and daughter, Miss Merris
Carroll in St. Petersburg.
Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Spears and Mr.
B. W. Spears 'made a short visit to
their brother, Mr. M. H. Sears of

Tampa, who is the agent at the Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard station in Dunnellon during
Mr. Johnson's absence on his annual

vacation.
First Aid Class
Dr. Dozier's first aid class will meet
Tuesday afternoon at 5 o'clock at the
Woman's Club. Secretary.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Souer and baby
of Atlanta, are the guests of Mr.
Souer's brother-in-law and sister, Dr.
and Mrs. W. C. Moreman and baby.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Harris and
children have gone to Lynchburg, Va.,
for a visit to Mrs. Harris' parents.
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Miss Kate Hull of Jacksonville, who
has frequently visited her sister, Mrs.
John Graham in this city, has gone to
Savannah for an extended visit to
Mrs. J. T. Rothschild.
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Mr. and Mrs. Edgar A. Inglis, who
have been spending the past ten days
in New York city, are now in Quebec,
Canada. They expect to leave shortly
and visit Buffalo, Detroit and points
on the Great Lakes, later going to
California, where they will spend the
remainder of the summer, returning
home in the fall. Times-Union.
Sunday's Times-Union 1 contained a
pretty picture of the five-year-old son
and three-year-old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. H. H. Peabody of Sanford,
dressed as "Uncle Sam" and "Miss
Liberty," in which roles they have
appeared' on several occasions at Red
Cross entertainments. Mr. and Mrs. j
Peabody and children have frequently!
visited their brother in this city. j
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William Farnum, the popular movie
star, who took the leading role in thei
"Fires of Conscience" at the Temple
Saturday, celebrated his fortieth
birthday on the fourth of July, and
George M. Cohan, the famous comed comedian
ian comedian and writer of popular plays, cele celebrated
brated celebrated his thirty-ninth birthday on
the same day.
Mr. and Mrs. William Stroud re returned
turned returned home yesterday from a week's
stay at White Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Price of Willis Willis-ton,
ton, Willis-ton, spent Saturday and Sunday with
friends in Ocala.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Purdom, who
have been visiting realtives in Geor Georgia,
gia, Georgia, spent several days last week at
Daytona and Atlantic Beach and
motored to Ocala Friday. They were
accompanied by Mrs. Purdom's sister,
Mrs. Chandler of Waycross, who will
return home today.
Mrs. Jessie Bishop and her married
daughter of Hastings, who has been
her guest for several days, left this
morning for a visit to Daytona Beach.
.
Mrs. B. T. Perdue will be very glad
to teach anyone to knit who wishes to
knit for the Red Cross Society. Any
one wishing these instructions can
either telephone or see Mrs. Perdue at
her home on Fort King avenue.
The Eastern Star sewing circle will
meet at the Masonic hall Wednesday,
3:30 p. m.
Miss Leila McQuaig of Lowell, wb.o
has been the guest of Miss Jewell
Carroll for the past week, will be the
guest of Miss Garnetta Bose this
week.
The members of the reading club
will meet with Mrs. W. D. Cam to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon to knit for the Red
Cross.
Mr. and Mrs. E. K; Nelson and Miss
Emma Nelson came from Tampa yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, to attend the funeral of Mr.
LaGrange Sistrunk.
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Misses Agnes Burford and Nettie
Camp are going one hour every after afternoon
noon afternoon this month to the little crippled
children at the Marion County Hos Hospital.
pital. Hospital. They take them paper dolls,
read stories, or amuse them in any
manner they see fit. From now on
each church in Ocala will send two

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young girls to perform this pleasant
duty every afternoon for. a month.
Miss Burford and Miss Camp are go going
ing going from the Baptist church.

First Aid Class
The first aid class, class number
one, of the Red Cross, under the
direction of Dr. E. G. Peek, will meet
in the lecture room of the public li library
brary library Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Please bring note book and pencil.
Miss Griselda Merrill returned to
Palatka yesterday afternoon after a
brief visit to Mrs. Duncan MacDonald.
The embroidery circle of the Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian church is meeting this after afternoon
noon afternoon with Mrs. J. R. Herndon at the
manse. x
Miss Mary McDowell will enter-!
tain the members of the Tuesday auc auction
tion auction club Wednesday this week at 4
o'clock, the day being changed on ac account
count account of the first aid class.
Mr. Cecil Clark, of Fellowship, who
joined the National Guards in Jack
sonville recently, spent this morning
in Ocala, and then went to Fellow Fellowship
ship Fellowship to spend four days with his pa parents.
rents. parents. Mr. Clark is a nephew of Mrs.
Thomas Sexton.
Mr. Guy Geiger, of Jacksonville, is
spending his vacation in Ocala and
Wildwood.
The host of friends of Mrs. Thomas
Sexton who was operated on at the
hospital this morning will be glad to
hear that she was doing very nice nicely
ly nicely at noon.
Mrs. H. W. Henry and daughter of
Oklawaha spent the morning in Ocala.
Mr. S. T. Sistrunk's brother-in-law
and sister, Dr. and Mrs. Willis and
family of Williston, his sister, Mrs.
J. S. Blitch and son Clifford, his sister-in-law,
Mrs.' Minor Sistrunk and
family and his sister, Miss Rosabelle
Sistrunk of Montbrook, were all in
Ocala today to attend the funeral of
Mr. LaGrange Sistrunk.
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Miss Ruth Howell's friends are glad
to hear that she is decidedly improv improved
ed improved today.
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Misses Mignon Perez of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, and Minnie Tremere of Belle Belle-view,
view, Belle-view, have returned to their homes af after
ter after a pleasant visit with Miss f Isa Isa-belle
belle Isa-belle Davis.
William Russell and Charlotte Bur Burton,
ton, Burton, who starred in "The Diamond
from the Sky" appear at the Temple
today in an American-Mutual picture
"Highest Bid."
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Mr. Harry Peter spent the fourth
of July with his family in Dunnellon.
Now is the time to plant camphor j
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trees. Prides low. Call 288.
Mr. J. D. Stringfellow of Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville is in the city on business con connected
nected connected with his Ocala realty holdings.
Mr. C. E. Melton, the lumber man
of Citro, is registered at the Harring-j
ton Hah.
ihe board of county commissioners
is in session as an equalizing
this week.
DOara I
Mr. H. L. Borland one of Citra'h
largest growers of citrus fruits, is
among the prominent visitors in the
city today.
Mr. Hugo Schroder proprietor of
the Wonder Poultry Farm atEast-
lake, is among the business men of
Lake Weir in the city today.
Mr. Guy, Geiger, si former Ocala
boy, now connected with one of Jack
sonville's largest banks, is home for "a
vacation.
The Dixie Cafe was moved from
the east wing of the Ocala House
building this morning by an eject ejectment
ment ejectment process of law. The goods and
wares of the concern are now stored
at the Collier warehouse.
Lee McGehee and family left Wed
nesday for Ocala, where they will
make their home. The McGehees
have been residents of Manatee for
the last year and have made many
warm friends who regret to see them
go. Manatee Record.
Mr. J. D. Wilkes returned Saturday
from West Palm Beach, where he has
been engaged on contsruction work
for the Florida Utilities Company for
the cast month. He will return to
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the East Coast the middle of the
week.
The flag on the courthouse square
was half-masted this morning during
the funeral services of LaGrange Sis-
trunk.'
You'll Know Him.
Sometimes Trouble masquerades a?
Joy, but we recognize him before he
plays one tune on the fiddle, for the
fiddle strings snap, and the dancers
fall down, and darkness drowns the
lights. j
Nothing But!
The waiters in a New York restaur
ant recently closed by the sheriff
complain bitterly because for the last
few weeks of Its existence they had
been getting "nothing but the tips."
Nothing butl
Advertise in the Star.
TEAPOT
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SAUSAGE aud SMOKED MEAT
Salomi-German if you -Like.
Cerevelat Sausage
Farmer Sausage
Svreast Style Metwurst
Mortadella
Lunch Loaf
Boiled Ham
Sliced Breakfast Bacon
Chipped Dried Bacon
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TREE FROM PAIN
And No Longer Nervous, Since
Taking Cardui, Says Georgia'
Lady.
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Trenton, .TJa. Mrs. Ellie Gifford, of
. this place, writes: "I have always suf
fered ... but was worse after marriage.
I would have . pains and misery in my
stomach ancfhips. 1 would have a bad
sick headache every time, which would
. generally .last two days. Jhad always
heard what a good medicine Cardui was,
so I thoucht 1 would try it. 1 used two
bottles and it helped me.
Fifteen months later. 1 began to be
nervous and was worse at my . Bui
at these times I did net have any pain
and do not now sufer any pain. D
was very nervoua, so nervous, that
hands would shake. Any ncise v.cu'.J
make me jump. So I toclc two mere hi'.
Hcs of Cardui. 1 have never teen nerv
ous since . and do. not have any pair.
K think "this is all due to Cardui and
Black-Draught."
; Cardui, the woman's tonic, is compered
only of pure, vegetable ingredients, which
have been recognized for many years by
standard medical books as of medicinal
value, in the treatment of many diseases
peculiar to women. Try Cardui.

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- An Arab Custom.
The Arabian head-dress is really ft
Manchester table cover folded diag diagonally.
onally. diagonally. The Arabs do not take their
headcloth off when, they enter a house.
They uncover' their feet instead. The
Arabs do a number of other things
contrary to our custom. They shave

their heads but not their faces. When
they beckon to a person to come to,
tnera, mey-ao not iur iueu uuao
upwards as we do. No, they turn them
down, and then the Arab knowg that
he is wanted. v
Care in Tuberculosis.
Living with a case of tuberculosis
is not particularly dangerous If the
oatient and those around him will ex
erclse proper care. Sputum cups or
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the lungs. Handkerchiefs should not
be used, since it is an expensive mat
ter to destroy them, and washing them
Is not safe unless the soiled handker-
chief Is boiled immediately after use.
Overheated Air.
A rise of temperature in thejrar
rounding air diminishes the amount of
oxygen consumed and the amount of
dioxide discharged. A fall of temper
ature has the opposite effect. In ad
dition, the overheated air forms a hot
jacket around the body which prevents
the radiation of heat necessary to keep
the body in a healthy condition. With
a sedentary occupation a temperature
of from 64 to TO should be maintained
for comfort and health.
The Fleur-de-Lls.
The iris is supposed to be the finer
de-lis, or flower-de-luce of the French
coat of arms, but really has nothing
to do with the design, this being of
quite recent application. The origin
of the design is not known but it is
quite generally believed to represent
the head of a spear ; by others the
flower of a lily, the floral emblem of
France.
Our Advantage.
It is .not so much the being exempt
from faults as the having overcome
them that is an advantage to. us, It
being with the follies of the mind as
with the weeds of a field, which, If
destroved and consumed upon the
place where they grow, enrich and im
prove It more than if none had ever
sprung there.
Friendship.
Friendship is a relation that defies
all the known laws of the chart of po
lite society, because It is grounded lnj
analysis, defies explanation and defies
something far deeper and more abid abiding.
ing. abiding. It is, when found, something to
be held sacredly as the Inestimable
treasure of life, as its profoundest and
most potent source of Inspiration.
Dark' Blind Substitute.
Cut a large sheet of brown paper
the length and width of the blind ;
tack along the top and bottom : of
blind so that it goes up and down
with the blind. No light can be seen
outside, and your window blind will
look the same from outside as before.
Medicine Dropper for Tonic.
When using an expensive hair tonic
or hair-dressing the most economical
and satisfactory way Is to use a bent
glass medicine dropper. This permits
the exact quantity of fluid to be de deposited
posited deposited where needed at the roots of
the hair. v
Those Mothers!
We have always felt authorized to
love almost any mother since the day
we learned that there never was a kid
so ugly but that it looked beautiful
-to its mother's heart. You know a
mother looks with her heart, don't
you?
Snails as Barometers.
Keeping a snail to tell you if it is
going to rain. Snails are excellent
barometers. If there Is rain in the air
snails will eek shelter under leaves, in
the bark of a tree or any other handy
place.
Brings Success.
Courage and faith beget energy and
power ; energy and power rightly di directed
rected directed bring success. Such, as a rule,
are the successful people successful
simply by way of natural law.
Distance Lends Enchantment.
She "Do you think it will be all
right for us after we are married to
settle a couple of squares away from
my family?" He "I was going to say
a couple of states."
Waste by Coke Ovens.
Government officials have estimated
that 1,350,000 horse power in the form
of ms alone is wasted every day by
the old fashioned coke ovens of the
United States!
An Exception.
Talk is always cheap," said the
Wise One. "Except," returned the
Mutt, "when you talk on the long dis distance
tance distance telephone."
Providing for the Future.
Startling statement made by one of
our famous scientists : "We must save
our coal supply for use In the hereaf
tersLife
lack's Misfortune.
Helen was an only child. One day
she was playing at having a brother
and sister. The brother she called
Jack and the sister Dorothy. She took
thvi to the dinner tiible, having a
place for each one, all through the day
acting just as though there were real
children. She took them into the bath bathroom
room bathroom to wash thier hands. Her mother
heard her laughing heartily and went
into the bathroom to see what was the
matter. "Why," explalnedilttle Helen,
"Jack fell in the bathtub."

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Red Cross Members
Misses Ellen Stripling and Callie
Gissendaner were in charge at the
Red Cross room this morning, which
in future will only be open in the aft
ernoons, between the hours of 4 and
o'clock. The following are new
members: Misses Rexie Todd, Kath Kath-erine
erine Kath-erine Livingston, Messrs. John Paul
Jones, G. Fred Turner, Carl L. Kin
dred, Mrs. H. A. Ford and Mrs. G. C.
Shephard.
Club of 1916
The Club of 1916, which is co'mpos-
ed of the O. H. S. '16 girls, and any
other girl3 who are interested are re
quested to meet at the home of Miss
Onie Chazal Thursday afternoon at 4
o'clock for the purpose of organizing
a class to do Red Cross work. tf
Mr. J. B. Borland and daughter, of
Citra, motored to Ocala this morning
to attend he funeral of Mr. LaGrange
Sistrunk.
Mr. and Mrs. Adelbert Acker arriv
ed from Tampa Saturday afternoon,
and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Beck reached
Ocala from Fort Lauderdale Sunday.
.
Mrs. Roland Marsh and son Harold
returned to their home in Sanford to today
day today after a pleasant visit to Mr. and
Mrs. David Gamble.
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Miss Meme Davis returned Sunday
from New Orleans, where she went
several weeks ago to visit her aunt,
Mrs. Hardaker. Miss Davis and Miss
Piatt came up from the lake this
morning to spend the day in town.
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Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Whaley and
daughters left Saturday for Daytona
Beach. Mr. Whaley will return in a
few days while the family expects to
remain for several months. Mr.
Frank Gates has charge of Mr. Wha-
ley's business during his absence.
Master Eagleton and Miss Cora
May Hammack who have been attend attending
ing attending school at Clinton, S.C, this past
winter, have arrived in Ocala to spend
the summer with their mother, Mrs.
Bessie Hammack and their grand
mother, Mrs. G. T. Thompson.
Messrs. Lester Marsh, T. W. Por Porter
ter Porter and C. W. Effinger, Misses Leila
McQuaig, Jewel Carroll -and Garnetta
Bose, made up a party which enjoyed
a pleasant motor trip to Leesburg
and Lake Weir yesterday. They took
their lunch along and had quite a
little picnic by the lake.
.
The following congenial parties
motored Over from DeLand Sunday
and spent the day: Mr. and Mrs
Johnson, Miss Virginia Johnson, Mr
Paul Johnson and Mr. Preston Pre
vatt; Mrs. Talton, Miss Martha Greg
ory ana Messrs. vuiiin ana oueri,
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Talton; Misses Helen' Walters, Ruth
Haines! Messrs. Moody Adney, Horace
Allen, John Westall and Austin Con
rad.
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NATIONAL CARTOON SERVfCECORp. N. V.
Could Easily Make a Change.
He "I don't see why you refer so
constantly to my old faults." She She-I
I She-I don't see why, either. Ton certain certainly
ly certainly acquire plenty of new ones every
day." Richmond Hmea-Dispatch.

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ODD FELLOWS

Tnlula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets every Tuesday evening in the
Odd Fellows' hall on the third floor of
the Star office building at 8 o'clock
promptly. A warm welcome always
extended to visiting brothers.
J. D. McCaskill, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
Folly in Grieving.
One class of feelings can be extin extinguished
guished extinguished only by the creation of anoth another;
er; another; one sentiment banished only by
inviting the .antagonism of another;
one interest supplanted only by the
stronger occupancy of another. So
long as this Is unperceived the over over-grieving
grieving over-grieving heart will seek in vain to
discipline itself.- Thinking of its sor sorrow
row sorrow as too much, instead of its sense
of duty as too little, it fails to meet
pointedly its own remedy. James
Martineau.
Never Out of Date.
We are inclined to smile at the
quaint costumes that our grandparents
wore, and at their rather stilted, for formal
mal formal manners. We dispense with a
great many things which were consid considered
ered considered Important a hundred years ago.
But patient, plodding perseverance,
sticking to a thing till you finish it, is
held in as high esteem In the twentieth
century as It was in the'eigteenth. In Industry
dustry Industry and patience are never out of
date.
Rare Branches.
, The thing next In beauty to a tree
In full leaf is a tree bare; Its every
exquisiteness of shape revealed, and
its hold on the sky seeming so un unspeakably
speakably unspeakably assured; and, more than
the beautiful of shape and the outlin outlining
ing outlining on the sky, Is the grace of proph prophecy
ecy prophecy and promise which every slender
twig bears and reveals in its tiny gray
bads. Helen Hunt Jackson.
Knowledge.
Knowledge Is like the mystic ladder
n the patriarch's dream. Its base rests
on the primeval earth; its crest Is lost
n the shadowy splendor of the empy
rean; while the great writers who for
traditionary ages have held the chain
of science and philosophy, of poesy
and erudition, are the angels ascend
ing and descending the sacred scale.
, Where the Paint Was.
Regular Customer (who has Just en
tered restaurant) "Strong smell of
paint here, William." Walter (cough (coughing
ing (coughing apologetically and Indicating young
women about to leave table) "Yes,
sir ; soon pass off, sir ; they're Just go
ing." London Punch.
Daily Thought.
A cheerful temper, joined with inno
cence, will make beauty attractive,
knowledge delightful and wit good-na
tured. It will lighten sickness, pov
erty and affliction; convert ignorance
into, an amiable simplicity, and render
deformity itself agreeable. Addison
Wanted His Money.
A man walked Into a pawnbroker's
shop one day and demanded $5, be
cause there was a placard In the win
dow that read: "Look at this watch
for $5." "I looked at it," he said, "and
now I want my money."
"Blue Laws."
Blue laws Is a term that was applied
to certain early statutes of a puritan puritanical
ical puritanical nature passed in Connecticut. The
name Is now frequently applied to re restrictive
strictive restrictive statutes that prevent Sunday
activity.
Entirely Sanitary.
It is said that books carry disease
germs because they are read by all
is ts of persons. We may regard the
congressional record as the shining
example of the absolutely sanitary pub publication.
lication. publication. Attaining Clear Conscience.
A clear conscience is always com comforting.
forting. comforting. What an asset is a conscience
to testify that you have done the best
you can? And the only way to have
such a conscience is to do the best you
can.
Auto as Showcase.
A California dyer took off the rear
seat of his automobile and put In its
place a glass showcase, in which his
work Is displayed as he delivers It to
his customers.
Sawed-Off Sermon.
If ever man would take as much in interest
terest interest in his work as he does in try trying
ing trying to avoid It, poverty would soon be
a word without a meaning. Indian Indianapolis
apolis Indianapolis News.
Leave Something to Others.
If, as Shakespeare says, "all the
world's a stage," don't try to be the
whole show, or you are apt to find an
unpaid clown when you look in the
mirror.
Bird Seemingly Needs No Rest.
The golden plover of the Pacific
ocean migrates from Alaska to the
Hawaiian Islands. Its flight takes It
2,000 miles across an Islandless sea.
( Silence.
There is no better ornament for the
Ignorant than silence, and did he but
know this he would not be ignorant.
Sadl (Tr. by Youel B. Mlrza).
Nor Be Excused Early.
You can't play hookey from the
school of experience. Oklahoma City
Times.
Optimistic Thought.
A handful of common sense is worth
a bushel of learning.
The largest line of tathing caps in
the city all shades, shapes and col-
lors. The Court Pharmacy. 15-tf

ONE VIEW OF A PESSIMIST

Somewhat Severe Description, But
Most People Will Agree That It
Is Largely Truth.
A pessimist is a son of the man who
didn't believe there was any such
thing as electricity.
He Is an offspring of the man who
was sure that the horseless carriage
would never come, and a nephew of
the man who was willing to bet that!
men would never flv.
A pessimist is a direct descendant
of the man who was sure that wireless
telegraphy was a fool's dream and a
submarine merely the creation of a fic
tion writer's brain.
The pessimist's ancestry scoffed at
the telephone, the typesetting machine,
the 20-story building, anesthetics and
every forwaid step the optimists have
taken for the betterment of human
life.
If the pessimists of the past had
been right, men would still be living In
caves and trying to get their meals
with clubs and flint arrows. And evi
dently they died without publicly con
fessing their mistakes, for their pes
simistic children continue to prophesy
dismally that everything that Is surely
going to be cannot possibly come to
pass. They seem to be born with the
habit and cannot get over it Detroit
Free Prss.
WARNED BY A PREMONITION
Bankers Removed $250,000 Because of
It, and Building Caught Fire
That Night.
I have a premonition that something
Is going to happen during the night,
said the cashier of the banking firm of
C. B. Richards & Co agents of the
Lloyd Itallano Steamship line, at 31-33
Broadway, one recent afternoon.
So the firm Immediately moved $250,
000 in cash and securities to the vaults
of the Equitable Trust company.
Something did happen. Fire started
in the building, and early the next day
firemen were fighting a stubborn blaze
40 feet beneath the street.
Dense volumes of suffocating smoke
poured out of the building, permeating
the pressrooms of the Journal of Com
merce, which also occupied the build
ing. The loss was $20,000. New York
Telegram.
What the Rabbit Costs Australia.
. The state of South Australia has,
since 1891, erected 29,148 miles "of
"vermin fences," enough to encircle
the globe and with the remnant build
a double line of fence along the south
ern border of the United States. When
contracts now running are completed
the mileage will be much increased.
New South Wales has expended over
$27,000,000 for rabbit extermination and
has within Its borders 98,000 miles of
fence. One of West Australia's fences
extends entirely across the continent.
Of late years the rabbit has been re repaying
paying repaying in part for his keep paying
board, as It were. He goes to swell
the total of food exports from the
commonwealth. Along the country
roads rabbits may be seen hung on
the fences awaiting the passage of the
rabbit carts which convey them to the
packing houses to be prepared for
shipment as frozen meat and hides.
Practically all are exported (the Aus Australian
tralian Australian does not eat "vermin"), and
during 1913 frozen rabbit and hare to
the value of 1,400,000 and skins to the
value of $3,000,000 were sent from
commonwealth ports.
Prison Journals in Japan.
It is an interesting fact that the
large prisons in Japan are publishing
journals for circulation among the con convicts.
victs. convicts. As a means of perpetuating the
memory of last year's Imperial corona coronation,
tion, coronation, the prison authorities started the
publication of monthly journals for the
benefit of prisoners, who are of course
practically cut off from news of the
outside world. These papers, which
are mostly filled with moral stories and
other neutral matter considered suit suitable
able suitable for prison inmates, are edited and
published by the prison officials, and
are reported to enjoy great popularity
among the convicts. The journal pub published
lished published by the Kosuge prison, Tokyo, is
entitled Mado-no-Hikari (The Light of
the Window) and that issued by the
Sugamo prison, Tokyo, is called Klnen
(Commemoration). Both are said to be
very creditable publications. Japan
Weekly Chronicle.
Promoting Thrift in Colombia.
The Colombian congress, has adopt adopted
ed adopted a measure providing for the ap
pointment by the minister of public
Instruction of a commission to invest!
gate methods for promoting saving
throughout the country. This commis commission
sion commission will work out a general plan of
organization of public and school sav
ings banks, retirement funds, and so
cieties for mutual aid and co-operative
buying.
New Paris Fashion.
Overalls and hickory shirts are be
ing worn in Paris because the coal
shortage has closed the laundries.
Well probably be wearing these gar
ments at the opera next season.
Old Stuff.
"A fcclentlst can take one bone and
reconstruct a dinosaur."
"That's nothing. Our landlady can
take one bone and reconstruct a din
ner." Louisville Courier-Journal.
Academic Consolation.'
About the only consolation for the
high cost of living vouchsafed to col
lege professors is that some of them
are able to explain why it is. Mil
waukee Journal.
MARE FOR SALE
One nice h.j mare, in perfect con condition;
dition; condition; work anywhere; any woman or
child can drive her; 10 years old.
Cheap for cash. Address S. J3. Cauth Cauth-en,
en, Cauth-en, Summerfield, Fla. 2-6t
W. K. Lane, m. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. tt

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Through Service of the

SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM
. SCHEDULE
Lv. Ocala S. A. L. Ry...... ..4:15 p.m.
Lv. Jacksonville S. A. L. Ry 8:10 p.m.
Lv. Columbia . ... ...Sou. Ry. System 7:05 a. m.
Ar. Hendersonville ..Sou. Ry. System ...1 :00 a.m.
Ar. Asheville . y -Sou. Ry. System. .2:10 p. m.
Ar. Cincinnatti Sou. Ry. System 8:10 a.m.
Electrically lighted Pullman Standard Beith and Drawing-room
Sleeping Cars daily from Jacksonville to Asheville and Cincinnati.
Dining Car Service Columbia tsi Asheville.
Low .Round Trip Fares. Long Limits. Liberal Stop-overs.
For Literature and Information Apply to
JOHN BOISSEAU, C. P. T. A., G. Z. PHILLIPS, A. G. P. A.,
Ocala, Fla. J acksonville, Fla.

When Soft Metal Cuts Hard.
A bar of hard steel is cut rapidly t
with a revolving disk of soft Iron.
This is caused by the intense heat
produced by the friction; the heat, be being
ing being concentrated at one point on the
steel bar, melts this, while the revolv revolving
ing revolving disk distributes it over its circum circumference,
ference, circumference, which is kept cool by the cur current
rent current of air. A bar 31 millimeters thick
is cut in two by a disk 30 centimeters
in diameter and 2 millimeters thick
revolving at 80 meters a second in
from eight to ten seconds.
. Preventing Disease.
' The only way to prevent such dis diseases
eases diseases from spreading is for every child
who has a cold, a ""tough or a sore
throat or feels out of sorts to be very
careful not to put In its mouth or to
cough over or to handle anything
which other children are to use. A
child who is not absolutely well should
be particularly careful to keep away
from babies, because babies are so
much more likely to suffer seriously If
they catch disease.
Panama Lions.
The Hon of the Panama jungle is of
two kinds black and tawny. Full
grown, he stands thirty inches high.
His breast Is broad, like that of a bull bulldog
dog bulldog ; his legs are long ; his head is
square, but catlike. He growls like a
lion, but ends with a bark. He has
never been known to attack man, but
the natives of the Jungle fear him. He
would be a dangerous adversary at
close quarters.
Love of Approbation.
Everyone likes to be approved. The
most rudimentary of human units, the
eight-year-old papoose, or the grown
Hottentot, Is gratified by the praise
won by the fish brought from the pond,
or the deer flung over the shoulder as
trophy of the day's hunt. Love of ap
probation is as natural as hair or teeth.
A woman should not be blamed for pos possessing
sessing possessing a trait so human.
Amending the Constitution.
To amend the federal Constitution,
a two-thirds vote In house and senate
and ratification by three-fourths (not
two-thirds) of the states is necessary.
A national law, of course, supersedes
state law in conflict. A federal amend amendment
ment amendment adopted by three-fourths of the
states becomes the law in all the
states those voting against it in included.
cluded. included. Java's Coca Trade.
For many years the Dutch colony,
Java, has controlled the market for
cinchona bark, at least so far as the
material used in the manufacture of
quinine is concerned. Oh a much larg larger
er larger scale, this fertile island has, of late,
been supplying the demand for coca
leaves, the raw material from which
cocaine Is derived.
Cleaning Books.
Dust can be removed by using bread
or very soft rubber. Dust, finger marks
and grense spots also "yield readily to
wall paper cleaner, which is usually
sold at local stationery stores. Ink
stains can be removed by the use of
fxalic acid, followed by chloride of
lime.
One or T'other.
A man believed to be a burglr.r was
arrested in New York and in his pos possession
session possession was found a map giving the
situation and description of numer numerous
ous numerous country' residences of prominent
New Yorkers. If not a burglar, then
perhaps a social climber?
Adds to the Difficulties.
Another thing that upsets the equi equilibrium
librium equilibrium of the situation Is that tluTe
are .so many men who would rather
spend ten .hours at night tryimj to win
$1.45 at poker than to spend eight
hours a day working for a $10 note.
Always Conscious of Wrong.
To act Is easy, to think is hard; to
act according to our thought Is trou troublesome.
blesome. troublesome. No one knows what he is
doing while he acts aright, but of what
is wrong we are always conscious.
Book Ends.
You can make your own book ends
by joining two pieces of metal or wood
and then covering It with a cover made
of green linen, heavily embroidered in
a conventional design.
Leave It to the Enemy.
Except in cases of necessity, which
are rare, let your friend learn unpleas unpleasant
ant unpleasant truths from his enemies ; they are
ready enough to tell them.
And Gets Scorched.
Many a man mistakes notoriety for
fame and gets scorched trying to climb
Into the spotlight.
Fact.
An exchange asks: "Can an act actress
ress actress make a good wife?" If she's a
good, actress she probably can. Life.

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A. CL. SCHEDULE
Trains of the Atlantic Coast Line
T.ill arrrvo and depart in Ocala at the
following times:
Nc. 37, Jacksonville to St Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, 2:18-2:25 a. m.
No. 38, St. Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 2:25 a. m.
No. 10, Leesburg to Jacksonville,
5: iC a. m.
No. 151, Ocala to "Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 6:10 a. m.
No. 35, Ocala to Lakeland (Sunny (Sunny-Jim),
Jim), (Sunny-Jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 6:40 a. ra.
No. 141, Wilcox, Gainesville and
Palatka to Ocala, 11:15 a. m.
No. 40, St. Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 12:54-1:14 p. m.
No. 48, Homosassa to Ocala, 1 :05
p. m.
No. 49, Ocala to Homosassa, 2:25
p. m.
No. 39, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, 2:36-2:40 p. m.
No. 140, Ocala to falatka, Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville and Wilcox, 4:10 p. m.
No. 9, Jacksonville to Leesburg,
No. 32, Lakeland to Ocalu (Sunny
Tim), Tuesday, Thursda and Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. 9:f0 p. m
No. 4 Leaves Tampa 9 a. ra.; Ocala
I p nr. Arrives Jacksonville, 5:10 p.m.
9:05 p. m.
TWO FORDS FOR SALE
One 1914 Touring Car.
One 1915 Touring Car.
Both in good condition. Cash or
terms. Maxwell Agency, Ocala. 3td
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E.
--noets at Yonge'a hall the secoDd and
curth Thursday evenings of eaci
ntb at 7S0 o'clock.
Mrs. Hosalie Condon, Secretary.
Mrs. usan Cook, W. M.
UNCLASSIFIED ADS.
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WANTED, LOST FOUND, FOB
SALE. FOR RENi; AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
'. V .i
WANTED Three unfurnhljed- rooms
for light housekeeping withall con conveniences
veniences conveniences by mn and wife. Close in.
Apply box 462, city. 7-?-3t
The coffee that you are drinkir:g at
the Harrington Hall dining room and
cafe is the famous Senate brand cof
fee, roasted and distributed exclusive exclusively
ly exclusively by the Tampa Coffee Mills. Get
the habit. 7-10-tf
FOR SALE Show case,, counter
scales coffee mill, oil tank and other
appliances for grocery store. Cheap
for cash. Address J. W. Perry, Stan Stanton,
ton, Stanton, Fla. 7-6t
FOR SALE Five-room cottage in the
second ward; modern improvements.
Part cash, balance terms. A splendid
proposition. Address "Owner", care
Star office. 7-3-3t.
FOR RENT Furnished house with
all modern conveniences, on North
Sanchez street. Can give immediate
possession. Apply at Carter's Bak Bakery,
ery, Bakery, or phone 360. 15-tf.
OCALU nttiBUUL ORDERS
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house oppo opposite
site opposite postofSce, east side.
C W. Hunter, E. R.
E- J. Crook, Secretary.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are ailways welcome.
T. D. Lancaster, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
CHAPTER NO. 13, It. A. M.
Regular oou vocations of the Ocals
Chapter No. 13, It. A- M., on th
fourth FYiuay m every month mt
8 p.m.' B. C. Webb, H. P.
Jake Brown. Secy.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday night at 7:30
at the Castle Hall, over the Jamea
Carlisle drugstore. A cordial welcome
to visiting brothers.
E. L. Stapp, C. a
CUs. K. Sage, K. of TL S.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &
A. M.f meests on the first and thirS
Thursday evening? of each month at
8:00 o'clock, until further notice.
7 H. M. Weathers, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. A4

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