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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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Partly cloudy, probably thunder
showers tonight and Thursday.

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Austrians Were
FREnCfl eEGAIUEO POSITIOHS
The Russians are held up tempora tempora-rialy
rialy tempora-rialy in Eastern Galicia because
strong German reserve contingents
have been thrown into the f ray. The
have stiffened the Austrian position
along the Lomnica river which is con considered
sidered considered vital to the Teutons, not only
along this front but northward to the
v Galician border. .The Russians had
anticipated heavy fighting here. The
Petrograd statement today says in
heavy fighting around Novica and
Kalusz the Russians were driven from
the height but later regained it.
There is notable activity on the
Franco-Belgian front. The French
have regained lost ground in the Ver Verdun
dun Verdun sector and pushed beyond the
lines from which they were dislodged
late last month.
Aerial activity and heavy artillery
work is reported from the British
'front. ' ,, j
CALLED ON THE COSSACKS
Petrograd, July 18.- Another dem demonstration
onstration demonstration of sailors, soldiers and
workingmen and women occurredin
Nevski prospect yesterday afternoon.
There were a few stray shots, fol followed
lowed followed by firing at tipper windows and
roofs at imaginary" foes.
Cossacks patrolled the streets. ,f or
the first time since the revolution.
' Companies carried machine guns
strapped to saddles while men led the
horses.
TALK TO THE REICHSTAG TO TO-MORROW
MORROW TO-MORROW Basel, Switzerland July 18. The
Neuste "Nachrichten of Munich says
the declaration of the new chancellor
before the reichstag tomorrow will be
for peace, having the same geenral
trend as the resolution preparties by
the parties of the left.
TRYING TO STOP THE TRADE
London, July 18. If Monday's coup
against German shipping halts the
increasing trade between the Rhine
and Hamburg it will be a great satis satisfaction
faction satisfaction to the Allies. Allegations by
. Dutch papers that part of the en encounter
counter encounter occurred in Dutch territorial

waters is discredited by naval circles
here. s
HE'LL THINK SEVERAL TIMES
',.. BEFORE HE SPEAKS
Copenhagen, July 18.The new
German chancellor is not expected to
outline his policy in detail Thursday
when he makes his maiden speech in
the reichstag, because the time is too
" short. He is expected to ask for six
weeks grace. T
Many newspapers believe the ut utterances
terances utterances of the chancellor will have a
decided pro-German accent. Clerical

and radical organs fear the chancel chancellor
lor chancellor wilf not accept the peace decla
ration policy should a- resolution de
manding it pass the reichstag.
.'r;;Av PART OF AMERICA
The "American Training '' Camp in
Fiance, July 17. The American
troops have been here for less than a
-week they are not all here by any
means -and they have already made
themselves thoroughly at home, so
much soT- that this section of France
looks like a little bit of America. The
correspondent made an extended visit
to the encampments this morning and
found the men fit and in good spirits,
and full !of praise for the friendly co

operation of the French people, who
; have willingly and gladly given up

many of their own comforts to ac
commodate the army. The available
houses, however, are not sufficient to
accommodate all the Americans who
is dotted with newly erected barracks
that have sprung up overnight and
make even more picturesque this
beatftiful neighborhood.
Water is abundant here, but un uncertain
certain uncertain as to purity, so the troops
are adopting filtering methods by

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Not Able to Hold the Lines in
Galicia Alone.

LOST LAST MOHTH AND
VERDUN FROUT
(Associated Press)
SICKENING SCHEME
To Inflict People of Kansas City With
Disease Charged to the
' Teutons 1
(Associated Press)
; Kansas City, July 18. A plot for
the wholesale infecting of Kansas
residents with disease germs through
court plaster is said by a United
States district attorney to have been
unearthed with the arrest of three
men,! Their names ; have been with withheld,
held, withheld, fearing a lynching.' That the
men are of German "origin and other
facts might indicate,' he -said, an en
emy, plot.
SUFFRAGETS PREFERRED f
1 f:- WORK' HOUSE SENTENCES
- Washingto, ; July 18. Sixteen
women suffragists, arrested while
participating in the woman's party
Bastille Day demonstration in "front
df the White House, were -sentenced
in police courts here yesterday ; to
serve sixty days in the District Vf
Columbia work house for obstructing
the sidewalks. "'. : I' ;
"The women were given the alter alternative
native alternative of paying $25 fines, but they
refused the offer.- V j
means of bags .suspended from tri tripods,
pods, tripods, which astonish the local inhabi inhabitants
tants inhabitants almost as much as the Ameri Americans'
cans' Americans' inexplicable thirst for water,
which is unknown to wine drinkers.
A task which the army had taken
upon .itself is the clearing up of the
entire countryside and at the present
pace the whole district will soon look
like a well-ordered garden. Such pris prisoners
oners prisoners as are under arrest for minor
infractions of the regulations are
employed each morning in making
headquarters spotless, and are bring bringing
ing bringing such a degree of orderliness into
the place that the original residents
are amazed. Likewise they find it
difficult to "understand why the sol soldiers
diers soldiers take so many" baths, for the
men make for the nearest stream and
dive in as soon as they are at liberty.
The presence of the soldiers here
has naturally introduced many novel novelties;
ties; novelties; but probably none ia more wel welcome
come welcome than, the daily evening concert,
which attracts- people from, far
around, people chiefly who have never
heard lively American music and who
have been without music since, the
outbreak of the war.
BETTER ENLIST AT ONCE
If you want to go in your home
company, better enlist at once. Cap Captain
tain Captain Drake of Company "A" has just
received the following instructions
from the adjutant general:
' T St. Augustine, July 13, 1917.
Capt. Edward Drake,
Ocala, Fla.
1. After a man is drafted he can cannot
not cannot be enlisted.
2. It will be necessary for the re recruiting
cruiting recruiting officer to definitely ascertain
whether or not a man has been draft
ed before he is accepted for enlist
ment. v J.B.Christian,
The Adjutant General.
SIXTEEN FORD FOR SALE
We have a first class 1916 model
Ford in splendid" shape in every re
spect. Hurry if you want it. The
Maxwell Agency, ucaia, la.
7-16-4t The Maxwell Agency.
The coffee that you are drinking at
the Harrington Hall dining room and
cafe is the famous Senate brand cof coffee,
fee, coffee, roasted and distributed exclusive exclusively
ly exclusively by the Tampa Coffee Mills. Get
the habit.
7-10-tf

GAINED HEW GROUND OH THE
,
Any
It Was the Only Force We Had to
Help Out Our Tiny
Army
(Army and Navy Journal)
"' The importance of the National
Guard, in any estimate of our military
man-power is not to be discredited.
On June 20 the force of the guard in
federal service throughout the coun country
try country was 4,130 officers and 106,280 men.
On June 30 the number of men in the
guard not in the federal service was
189,717, the list of officers being in incomplete
complete incomplete although the records show
that on June 20 these numbered 5,787.
This makes a total of 300,127 officers
arid men available, which is a larger
force than we have in the regular
army. It will require about 100,000
more men to bring the guard up to
the war strength prescribed in the
national defense act, but these can
easily be provided through the opera operation
tion operation of the selective draft law as is
the present intention of the war de departments
partments departments When these men go into
the fourteen cantonments already
selected for them, although at this
writing only two divisions have been
definitely assigned to cantonments
the -19th, including the Calif ornia
guard to Linda Vista, Cal., and the
20th to Palo Alto, Cal. it will prob probably
ably probably take less time for the guard to
get into shape to be sent abroad than
the war department now ; estimates,
which is "several months."
Despite the many criticisms the
National Guard has received in the
past as not being a dependable force
for war as a whole, it is a very for
tunate thing for the nation at this
time that .we have the guard. While
the dependence to be placed upon it
as a national force was open to ques
tion, the National Guard was never nevertheless
theless nevertheless the' only organized' military
force we had to 7 augment our small
army, and its officers and men in their
dual capacity of citizens and soldiers
have done the best they could under
very hard conditions. The work that
has been accomplished among the
best elements of the National Guard
has been suprisingly good, and mark marked
ed marked efficiency has been shown by many
organizations. Under competent lead leaders,
ers, leaders, and where all its units are thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly trained; the guard should
prove a magnificent force of men.'
i The existence of the National
Guard has helped our war prepara preparations
tions preparations immensely, for it had the foun foundation
dation foundation of -organization for rapid ex expansion
pansion expansion to war strength, and has
proved a big asset to our regular
army. Many of its officers and men
have qualified as commissioned offi officers
cers officers for both the regular and the
national army, at a time when offi officers
cers officers are badly needed. The previous
training of the National Guardsmen
on duty at the officers and citizens'
training camps has facilitated rapid rapidity
ity rapidity of instruction "and the securing of
officers who have had some previous
military experience of value. It can
hardly be denied that intelligent men
who have served from three to five
years, or more in the National Guard,
including, service on the Mexican bor border,
der, border, are better qualified in the begin beginning
ning beginning for work as officers in the na national
tional national army than are men fresh from
civil life who have little or nof mili
tary training or experience! The men
of the guard will be equally valuable
in furnishing an army of some 400, 400,-000
000 400,-000 men in quick time for the United
States. It is true that a large per percentage
centage percentage of National Guardsmen will
be recruits, but the same can be said

NATIONAL GUARD

OCA LA, FLOBIDA, WEDNESDAY,

SHUTTfllG OFF RAIDS.

ANOTHER HEWS SERVICE

New York, July 18. Although the
United States circuit, court of appeal
some weeks since rendered an opinion
granting on every point submitted
the injunction sought by the Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press to restrain the Intern-!
tional News--Service from pirating
news belonging to the former organ
ization, the entering of the order has
been postponed by the attempts1 of
the defendant organization through
their counsel, Samuel Untermeyer, to
obtain a stay, first, from the circuit
court of appeals, second, from the
district court, and third from a jus justice
tice justice of the supreme court of the Unit United
ed United States. All three requests hav having
ing having been refused, the order has been
entered by direction of Judge Augus Augustus
tus Augustus N. Hand, of the United States
district court of the Southern district
of New York, restraining the Interna International
tional International News Service from three prac practices:
tices: practices: v .
"(a) From inducing procuring or
permitting any telegraph editors or
other employes or agents of the com complainant
plainant complainant or any of its members or of
any newspaper or newspapers owned
or represented by them or any of
of i them, orany,such member, to
communicate to defendant or to per permit
mit permit defendant to take or appropriate,
for consideration or otherwise any
news.- received from or gathered for
complainant, and from purchasing,
receiving, transmitting or using any
news so obtained.
"(b) From inducing or procuring
directly or indirectly, any of com:
plairiant's members or any of the
newspapers represented by them, to
violate any of the agreements fixed
by the charter and by-laws of the
complainant.
"(c) From copying, obtaining, tak
ing, .selling, transmitting, or other other-Wise
Wise other-Wise gainfully using or from causing
tov be copied, obtained, taken, sold,
transmitted or otherwise gainfully
used the complainant's news, either
bodily orxin substance, from bulletins
issued by the complainant or any of
its members, or from editions ( of
newspapers published by any of com
plainant's members, until its com!
mercial value as news to the com complainant
plainant complainant and all of its members has
passed away.''
Although the court found that the
Associated Press was not guilty of
any such forms of piracy, it having
voluntarily offered to submit to a like
injunction to that contained in par paragraph
agraph paragraph C, it is ordered that such a
counter injunction also issue in that
particular.
of the regular army, and both ele elements
ments elements will require the necessary
training." With large numbers of
seasoned officers and of men in the
ranks already, the training will be
more rapid than it would be other otherwise.
wise. otherwise. As a large portion of the nec necessary
essary necessary clothing, arms and equipment
is already in the hands of the Na National
tional National Guard, much time also will be
saved in the issue of supplies.
The experience on the Mexican
border proved invaluable to the Na National
tional National Guard organizations on duty
there, and the officers and men with
such service who are still in the
guard organizations will all be bet better
ter better fitted for the war work ahead of
them. The calling out of the Na National
tional National Guard for the Mexican border
troubles was another instance of its
usefulness, for, with the summoning
of so large a force, the raids ended.
It has also performed efficient guard
duty in the federal service at various
important manufacturing plants, rail
roads, bridges, etc., all over the coun country,
try, country, since the declaration of a state
of war with Germany. The guard now
stands ready for the test of battle.
REWARD OFFERED
I have bought the G. J. Johns stock
of cattle in Marion county; mark is
crop split in one ear and split under under-bit
bit under-bit in the other; brand J5. I will pay
$1 per head to any one for taking up
these cattle, notifying me and keep keeping
ing keeping them in pasture till I can get
them. I will have my representative
call and get them as soon ag I rereive
notive. A. M. Ryals,
7-13-6t Eagle Lake, Fla.
; The largest line of bathing caps in
the city all shades, shapes and col colors.
ors. colors. Thrj Court Pharmacy. 15-tf
'Unclassified" ads bring results.'

JULY 18, 1917.

1 1 fil

Oil ITS DISPATCHES BY
TEIITH!
People in German Town Asked for
Bread and Were Sent
to the Pen
(Associated Press)
Copenhagen, July 18. Dusseldorf
advices say that a state of siege
there caused by food riots was raised
after 185 persons got sentences av averaging
eraging averaging eighteen months A big mass
meeting was held to protest against
the severity of the sentences.
DALLAS JEFFCOAT DEAD
Shot Himself Through the Heart at
His Home at Noon Today
The city was shocked again this
afternoon a few minutes before one
o'clock when the news spread rapidly
that Mr. Dallas Jeffcoat had shot
and killed himself at his home in the
second ward, on South 'Second street!
The suicide was not a surprise to
a majority of the men, at least, of
town who have known since the 7th
of this month that Mr. Jeffcoat was
in trouble. Most of our people hoped
that settlements would be made and
out of kindly feelings for him and his
family and relatives the papers of
the city had refrained from any ref reference
erence reference to the trouble.
-, Mr. Jeffcoat who had been the
trusted office manager and bookkeeper
for Mr. J. M. Meffert for several
years, was arrested on a warrant
sworn out by the Munroe & Chambliss
Bank, Saturday, July 7th, for forging
Mr. Meffert 's name to several checks.
Mr. Jeffcoat and the bank's attorneys
made a settlement for the amount in involved
volved involved in the checks, then in the
hands of thebank for the period
from the 1st to that date and the
warrant was withdrawn.
Mr. Meffert has since that time
been checking up and trying to arrive
at the amount of Mr. Jeffcoat's short shortage,
age, shortage, but as many of the records had
been destroyed or misplacerd it was a
very difficult matter and in the mean meantime
time meantime Mr. Meffert gave him every op opportunity
portunity opportunity to make settlement, which
Mr. Jeffcoat seemed perfectly willing
to do to the extent of his resources. I
Mr. Meffert made a warrant for
Mr. Jeffcoat's arrest this morning and
the warrant was served by Deputy
Sheriff Osteen, who went to Mr. Jeff Jeffcoat's
coat's Jeffcoat's residence and read the warrant
to him. Mr. -Jeffcoat asked permis permission
sion permission to get his collar and tie, went
into a rear bedroom .and shot himself
through the heart with a revolver.
A physician was summoned but he
died in a few moments.
Mr. Jeffcoat's shortage had extend extended
ed extended over a period of several years. He
handled the checks and" statements
which was the reason Mr. Meffert had
never detected it. It was known that
he spent money lavishly, but this was
accounted for on the grounds that he
was a very successful trader, that he
had lands and an income in South
Carolina and that his cars for hire
made money for him.
Mr. Meffert passes a great deal of
money through the bank and did not
miss the shortages that occurred
from month to month, and it finally
fell upon officials of the bank to de detect
tect detect the forgeries and convince Mr.
Meffert that they were going on.
The amount of the shortage is not
known to a certainty. It is more
than $10,000 and at the last reports
might reach more than that sum.
Dallas Jeffcoat was a very popular
young man. He had many manly
and commendable traits and made
friends everywhere. He leaves a
young wife and three little children.
The Star feels their deep trouble
very keenly, its force all knew and
liked the unfortunate young man
very much and deeply regrets his sad
ending. r
W. K. Lane, en. xiJ, Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. tf

DISCON

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Will Delay Aviation Program
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THE ALERT TO
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(Associated Press)

Washington, July 18. Although
seven states "still have not reported,
the completion of the draft organiza organization
tion organization and plans for the drawings have
been worked out with the exception
cf the place and date. The plana will
be minutely explained to correspond correspondents
ents correspondents before they are given out for
publication. Wire facilities 'for quick quickly
ly quickly getting out the news is a factor.
The "selection of the drawing scene
and plans have been approved by
Secretary Baker. The government is
ready as soon as he last district re reports.
ports. reports. r-
SAME OLD BUNCH OF." SORE SOREHEADS
HEADS SOREHEADS Senators who were prominent
against V conscription have secured a
postponement of the aviation pro program
gram program appropriation until next week.
AN UNNECESSARY MEASURE
The Senate today voted 54 to 17 to
tentatively adopt a provision prohibit
ing government agents, including na
tional defense council advisors mem
bers, from executing government con
tracts in which they are personally
interested.
HUBBY WANTED HER HOME
r Home, husband and children enter entered
ed entered today as factors in the suffragets
sentenced to sixty days in the work
house. At least- one husband is de determined
termined determined that his wife shall accept
the privilege of paying a $25 fine
and return to her children.
BRITISH HELPING RUSSIANS
British armored motor detach
ments are fighting with the Russians,
according to a semi-official Petrograd
dispatch to the Russian embassy.
SORE ON THE SOUTH
The war department's policy of
tiaining National Guardsmen in the
South is the subject of continued at attacks
tacks attacks in the Senate. Senator Watson
said there was something more than
military reasons back of the plan.
New England senators and LaFollette
opposed, and several southern sena senators
tors senators were clamoring for recognition
when the debate ended in a point of
order. ' ;
ARE TRYING TO AID COMPANY A
A Star reporter met Rev. G. A.
Ottman, who is at the head of the
committee to- raise funds for Com Company
pany Company A, this morning, and found that
considering the hard times he was
making good progress. About $140
has been raised, but there are a hun-
dren menin the company, and much
more is needed.
The committee consists of Messrs.
Ottman, Stephens, Gary, Nash and
Hunter. If you feel like chipping in
to help the boys, don't wait to be
called on, but look for the nearest
committeeman and contribute your
mite.
SEABOARD LOCAL SCHEDULE
Southbound
No. 9 Leaves Jacksonville 1:20 p.
m.; Ocala 4:15 p. m. Arrives Tampa,
7:3o p. m.
No. 1 Leaves Jacksonville 9:30 p.
m.; Ocala, 1:45 a. m. Arrives St. Pe
tersburg, 7:45 a. m.
No. 3 Leaves Jacksonville 9:30 a.
m.; Ocala, 12:59 p. m.
Northbound
No. 10 Leaves Tampa at 1 p. m.;
Ocala, 4:15 p. m. Arrives Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 7:15 p. m.
' No. 2 Leaves Tampa 9 p. m.;
Ocala, 1:55 a. m. Arrives Jackson Jackson-ville,
ville, Jackson-ville, 6:45 a. m.
No. 4 Leaves, Tampa, 9:10 a. m.;
arrive pcala 1:10 p. m.; arrive Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville 5:10 p. m.
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1 I have anything in the electrical
line. Ask about them. W. J. McGehee,
distributor. . tf

Vol.23, no. 174.

CRIPPLE THE AMERICA!! AOUi
ALLIES ;
FIVE PEfl CENT LO
10 Fil
Under the Federal Farm Loan Plan
is About to be Approved
(Associated Press)
Washington, July 18.- Five per
loans to farmers under the federal
farm loan plan are being approved at
the rate of $800,000 daily. 'Up to
July 15th the board had chartered
432 associations whose loans aggre aggregate
gate aggregate more than twenty millions.
SUNDAY IN METHODISM
j Sunday-school lesson on. "Ilezekiih
the good king," revealed the impor important
tant important fact that he first called hi3 peo people,
ple, people, to the building up of the church
and His worship. An example to our
nation today, and a command in Matt.
6-33. :: . .
j Rev. R. Ira Barnett, Ocala district
presiding elder, read first-text from
Luke 4 : 16-18 ; second text John 4-35,
''Lift up your eyes and, look on the
fields, for they are white already to
harvest." He asked the question, "Do
we truly believe "in home missions?"
If so, we believe in foreign missions,
for the United States is the greatest
foreign mission field in the world to today.
day. today. v The largest percentage of our
criminal class is the foreign element,
New York, Milwaukee and Chicago
being foreign cities. ;He gave statis statistics
tics statistics and spoke of. foreign element in
Denver, Mexicans in Mexico, Creoles
in Louisiana, of the Mormons, Latins
at Tampa, Greeks at Tarpon, the
300,000 American Indians, our 10, 10,-000,000
000,000 10,-000,000 negroes. Have we as Chrif Chrif-tians
tians Chrif-tians done our duty? We must "think
on these things," see the necessity of
immediate action and feel our great
responsibility. We "as Christians
must improve in our church, munici municipal
pal municipal and legislative life. Another as aspect
pect aspect is social equality. As long as
man is our brother we are his keeper"
and must consider him. God is not
satisfied" with our work, neither art
we. VThe prohibition move advances,
we have, been fairly successful. Yet
the fight is on for many generations
to come. God cares for His people
and he expects us to care. The Sab
bath day. is going, and we as a nation
must' go on our knees for its preserva
tion.' He spoke of many localities in
America, being splendidly equipped
for all business, yet with little and
even no church facilities everything
needful but the gospel. Out of 415
leplies. from our universities and
public schools 73 out of 100 of faculty
did not believe in a personal God, 65
out' of every 170 did not believe in
the immortality of God. Wm. E.
Gladstone jsaid, "There is one ques question
tion question of : the day; and that is the gos gospel."
pel." gospel." There is just only one to bring
peace to this turbulent nation today
and that is Jesus Christ. Today more
than ever is the call to true Christian
men and women to listen and heed,
that God may use them to build up
His church for greater service, and
the plea of this pastor was for Chris
tian volunteers in this great field and
Christian patriots to answer, "Here
am 1 1, send me." The evening text
was from; Phil. 4-4, "Rejoice in the
Lord alway." f ,. R.
PLUMBING A .NO
-ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING
f -
I When you have ; plumbing "or elec electrical
trical electrical contracting, let-ua furnish you
estimates.1 No job too large and none
too small, tf -H:rW. Tucker.
NowTis -the time to plant camphor
trees. "Prices low. Call 2S3. tf

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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1917
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OG ALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED. EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTIXCER CARBOLL, PROP1UETOR

It. It. Carrll, General Maaaker

t. H. Bcajaatla, Editar

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to Jelp
Are you doing your bit
pany A?
If it is proper to-speak of a fight
as a scrap, isn't it proper to; speak of
histories of wars as scrapbooks?
Did you ever notice how well the
laughing, seemingly careless boys fit
into the grim seriousness of war?
It is difficult to tell whether hog hog-gishness
gishness hog-gishness or fanaticism is 'Prussia's
strongesfally in the American Con Congress.
gress. Congress. '".
Since the great fire of 1901, nearly
forty-five million dollars' Worthy of
buildings havebeen erected in Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville.
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As far as progress was concerned,
von Bethman Hollweg was a station-
ary, but his successor, Dr. Michaelis,
is a reactionary. : i.i
Theattempt to replace fche little
Manchu emperor on the throne off
.China was energetically helped by
Germans interned in that coymtry.
Von Bethman Hollweg is the gen gentleman
tleman gentleman -who early in the war spoke
the famous phrase, "a scrap of pa paper."
per." paper." Now he is scrapped himself.
Approximately one( hundred f and
twenty-five thousand National Guard
troops were mobilized Sunday and
prepared to leave for various Tiamps.
The nationalf-army camp' at Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, Va., wfll be called Camp Lee
after "Marse Robert," and that at
Itockf ord, Ilt'4 Camp Grant, after
Lee's greatest opponent.
Every day we have proof that men
who abuse the government and belly bellyache
ache bellyache for. 3fi (ignominious peace sink
lower in the estimation of the great
majority of 'their fellow citizens. ;
Unless ,tbe?f orders are changed,
the member H Company A and the
other, companies of the Second Flor Florida
ida Florida Infantry ;rwill be mustered back
into the federal service just two
weeks; ttom!m&ct Sunday. V
It is reported that the Austrians
are tryiogrto completely exterminate
the people of Montenegro. The Aus Austrians
trians Austrians had to do something to imitate
the rightfulness of their German al allies,
lies, allies, or rather bosses.
Senator Reed of Missouri declares
that ; Herbert) -C. Hoover's "residence
abroad has put him out of touch with
American ideals. There is no evidence
that Senator Reed ever was in touch
with American ideals.'
It is now definitely settled that
Marion county will renfSin dry. The
supreme court has" also by its decision
established a precedent that will en enable
able enable any board of commissioners in
the state to take effective measures
to put the vote buyer and the ignorant
voter 'out of business. V
One result of our censorship is that
the belief is spreading that the story
of "an; attack on American transports
oni their way to- France, and their re re-puhn$
puhn$ re-puhn$ is a lie out d whole cloth. Our
government will weaken : itself by
suppressing the truth or allowing
liesto be told to the people. 1:
The commissioners of Marion coun county
ty county i hi Var been criticised for using the
, people's money to employ attorneys to
defend the validity of the Wet or dry
election' of December, 1915. ; They
would not have used the said money
if "an attempt had not been made to
set the said election aside. The great
majority of the taxpayers approve of
their course in the matter.
The W. C. T. U., the Y. M. C. A.
and all the other great moral agen agencies,
cies, agencies, including Secretary Danaiels,
had better leave the morals of our
soldiers and sailors In the hands of
tha experienced officers of the army
and navy. What the aforesaid moral
agencies don't know about human
nature is an immensity, and some of
the measures they advocate so far
from banishing immorality would
bring on depravity.
It is probable that Austria would
be glad to quit on a proposition to
resume the status quo. But Italy
would not consent to that. The Ital Italians
ians Italians have made tremendous sacrifices
and done noble work but for them
probably, the Entente ; woufd have
been defeated. To make a peace
without giving them what they need
to defend their land forever against
Teuton aggression would be not only
dishonorable but dangerous..,
One of the few southern cities that
help to furnace ammunition for the
south-haters at the north is Miami.
In that town, negroes are not allow allow-ed
ed allow-ed to drive autoes for hire. Even a

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negro who is hired to drive a private
ear or, a negro who tries to drive his
own car, is liable to get into trouble.
The city authorities of Miami owe it
to their town, their state and com common,
mon, common, ordinary justice to break up
such 'a disgraceful custom. If they
haven't the power, Gov. Catts, who
orderea out, a wnoie oaitaiion ox
troops to defend a negro cfimlnai,
should see to it that honest negroes
are protected in their rights.
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And now the reactionary press and
politicians are laying the blame for
theexpense of the guards at the
Miles trial at the door of Sidney J,
Catts. Poor governor, he us getting
-t i a
the blame for everything of course
and it is a good thing that he is just
as game as the rotten bunch who are
thus fighting him and laying the
blamo-for everything at his feet. The
facts are that the governor had noth
ing to do with it except to comply
with the request of the judge of
that" district .and the sheriff of the
cpunty who demanded protection for
thenegro10 Arjd Jhejaw; haying, taken
its own course has about settled the
fact that justice will be meijed out
whenever tne courts are given
chance. Lakeland Star.
We doubt that the authorities of
Manatee asked for such a large force,
and if they did the governor should
nave naa sense enougn w reauce tnei
request to reasonable bounds. He is
supposed rtohave some' gumption of
nis own.
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, Florida's contribution to the Red
Crojs wax fund averaged 25 centsfor
every man, woman and A child in the
state. Fact of tliematter is, it ap ap-pearsn'thatfx
pearsn'thatfx ap-pearsn'thatfx Florida foiled ave done
their"-, t'twctk bits" for the cause. -St.
Petersburgi.Times.; io ..
And vthfeys doiiiteetlikecjthexi -can't
do another bit, either. .
It is pertinently suggested hajt rj
few mice be placed on picket .dut$;ft
the? White ..House gate-Tampa. Tri Tribune.
bune. Tribune. tr ...Vw,'.''. i-V'-; ..Isb i;ft
Them suffs, are so unfeminine they
might udisregard." mice. :! rr
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to bef ; re-wrong. Tampa 1 Trimihfe. J
He's a darned nuisance.
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We clean and press them with without
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"Horna of Venua." ?
References are made in some cunei cuneiform
form cuneiform literature to ? the "horns of
Venus," from which J it is concluded
by some that In the clear air of Meso Mesopotamia
potamia Mesopotamia the crescent form of the
planet was detected in early times
without optical aid. Since Venus,
when at a sufficient angular 'distance
from the sun, is hardly more than half
a minute of arc in diameter at the ut utmost,
most, utmost, such an observation seems -quite
out of the question, and Professor
Campbell thinks the allusion to the
horns was merely a lucky guess on
tile part of the ancient astronomers.

Early Saws and Knives.
The saw appears to be the earliest
tool that has been traced in Egyptian
history. It was found first in the
form of a notched bronze knife In the
third dynasty, or about 5,000 years

before the Christian era, and was fol-!'?

lowed In the fourth and fifth dynas
ties by larger-toothed saws, which
were nsed by carpenters ; but there
are no dated specimens until the sev seventh
enth seventh century before the Christian era,
when the Assyrians used iron saws.
The first knives on record were made
out of flint, and were, in fact, saws
with minute teeth..
Black Diamonds.
' Genuine black diamonds, although
considerably more valuable than 'the
.ordinary white diamond, are not used
for ornament, having an- appearance
no more attractive than a bit of stone
or fragment of coal. They are of dark
gray, brownish, or black color, and
opaque, without crystalline form. They
are somewhat harder than the crystal
or gem diamond,' being, in fact, about
the; hardest substance known and are
found in Irregular pieces, ranging in
size from one-half to 500 carats.
, Talk to Yourself.
- A lawyer, has inbis office a motto:
"Think twice bef ore you speak ; then
talk to yourself." HJs significant com comment
ment comment upon it wa's: If my clients fol followed
lowed followed that motto, I would lose half my
business." He also remarked that the
first lawyer in whose office he served
taught him the important lesson to
keep his mouth sealed on all occasions
when not absolutely necessary to open
It. Onward. ;
r- The Apartment Dweller.
' The apartment "dweller Is well
warmed., lives near hls hnslnpss and
his amusements, is close to humankind;
and Is relieved from the responsibility
of a house and from the inconveniences
of. outdoor duties, involved in a "de "detached
tached "detached dwelling. To get all these bene benefits
fits benefits the apartment dweller is asked tb
surrender two desirable things, name namely,
ly, namely, inside room and outside air. Min Minneapolis
neapolis Minneapolis 'Journal;
. Spanish. for Mouse.
Raton, the "county seat of Colfax
county, New Mexico, is the center of
the mining Industry of the coal field on
the south side of the Raton mountains,
although no large mines are located in
the immediate vicinity. The Santa Fe
trail. passed o through : Raton, then
known as Willow Springs. The word
Raton Is Spanish for mouse.
Mystery of Chimney Swift.
The chimney swift furnishes one of
the unsolved problems of bird life. The
flocks drift slowly south until on the
northern coast of the Gulf of Mexico
they become an Innumerable host.
Then they .disappear and for five
months their hiding place is a mys mystery.
tery. mystery. ; v
Introduced Graham Bread.
The inventor of Graham bread and
flour was Rev. Sylvester Graham, a
New England clergyman, who died in
Northampton, Mass., sixty-five years
ago, having devoted the major part of
his life to the advocacy of a vegetarian
dletic theory. New York World.
Bad Habit AH Too Prevalent
The unconscious fault of Interrupt Interrupting
ing Interrupting la so prevalent that Robert Louis
Stevenson once paid the following
tribute to his deceased friend, James
Ferrier : "He was the only man I
ever. knew who did not habitually in interrupt'.
terrupt'. interrupt'. :fj Very Brave.";
Percy William "You need not fear
tramps or rough men when you t are
with me, darling. I'm a champion
runner, and if we were attacked I'd
run off and bring help to you in no
time." :
. Dally Thought.
The life a- man leads after his death J
in the memories of those who loved him
Is a stronger, and better life than any
he jived during his physical life. But But-ler.
ler. But-ler. '; .;.
Reasonable Man's Fault.
We" don't like a reasonable man. We
never can feel sure that he isn't going
to switch, over to the other side.
Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
:- Women's Ways.
"I have nothing to say," says an In Indignant
dignant Indignant woman, today, and then she
talked her head off. These women I
Atchison Globe.
To keep Inkwells Clean."
. The Ink should be poured out of the
wells once a week and the wells washed
in hot water.
'All our straw hats now going at
half price. Rheinauer's. 4t
Veal roasts; veal cutlets, veal stews,
pickled pigs' feet, frankfurters, liver liver-wurst,
wurst, liver-wurst, imported Swiss cheese and dill
pickles at ; the Delicatessen Shop to today.
day. today. ... 2t.
Have your prescriptions filled at
Gerig's, the only drugstore in Ocala
employing more than one registered
pharmacist. tf

Benevolent Man's Advantage.
The benevolent has the advantage
of the envious, even In this present
life; for the envious is tormented not
only by all the ill that befalls him, but
by all the good that happens to an another
other another ; whereas, the benevolent man is
the better prepared to bear his own
calamities unruffled,' from the com complacency
placency complacency and serenity he has secured
from contemplating the prosperity of
all around him. Colton.

Island Ruined by Goats.
St. Helena, famous as the island
prison of Napoleon, was at one time
covered with thick forest. Cattle did
not do there, and goats were Imported
to give meat and milk for the settlers.
They soon ran wild, and betook them themselves
selves themselves to the hills, where they multi multiplied
plied multiplied by thousands, and browsed on
youn trees and shrubs- Today
the island is little better than a des
ert..
Fear, the Tormentor.
How many useless torments are
ours because of fear! Looking back
over my own life I can see that most
of my sufferings were due to fears,
and that they were all, every one of
them, both useless and poison. Of all
the demons that ride poor mortals,
fear ,.is the most mallciodV-Irlsh
World.
At Last! Illuminated Keyholes.
Announcement was made at Harris Harris-burg,
burg, Harris-burg, Pa., of the formation of the Vio Violet
let Violet Ray Enamel company, which will
manufacture an enamel which will
give a clear violet ray at night and be
useful in enameling door fastenings,
locks, keyholes, house numbers and
doorplates. Pittsburgh "Qazette "Qazette-Times.
Times. "Qazette-Times. ; Rack Rents. -'
A 'Tack' rent" Is a "rent that Is
equivalent, to the full net annual value
of the real property out of which If Is Issues,
sues, Issues, or approximately so." By statute
in England today rack rent is defined
ai "not less than two-thirds of the full
net annual .value of the lands out of
which It arises." ;
Didn't Interest Him.
; Visitor In Courtroom "What Ta this
lawsuit about?" Stranger 'The cred creditors
itors creditors of George Bump, bankrupt, are
suing his trustee ln bankruptcy." VIs-
r4?1 ln Courtroom "Are you interest
ed In the case?": Strangef "No in
the Slightest. j r(rm George Bump'
Judge.
Foreign Subjects In United State
A foreign government has the right
in case of war to call upon its citizens
or subjects residing in this country, but
not upon those who have become citi citizens
zens citizens of the country. Foreign subjects
are not compelled ., (by the United
States government) to obey the Call to
return; "'
Pointer for Lawyers.
"Dad," asked the son of a Phllsfidel Phllsfidel-phla
phla Phllsfidel-phla lawyer, "just what is a test case?"
"A test case, my son," replied the fa father
ther father "Is a case brought to decide
whether there's enough in it to justify
the lawyers in working up similar
cases." Kansas City Journal.
Checkmating Umbrella Thief.
A combination lock to encircle an
umbrella and prevent it being opened
by a person ignorant of the cpmbina-
tion has been invented by a London
cafe attendant.
Don't Be a Critic.
It requires very little ability to fin
fault. That is why there are -so many
critics. Oliver Wendell Holmes.
. v Optimistic Thought.
It Is worse to apprehend than to suf"
far. 1
POTATO VINES
Sweet potato vines, Jersey and
Porto Rico Yams, at $1.50' per thou thousand.
sand. thousand. Apply to Camp & Wilson, Ken Ken-drick,
drick, Ken-drick, Fla. 17-6t
USED MAXWELL ROADSTER
A used Maxwell Roadster, good
condition. A bargain. The Maxwell
Agency, Ocalag, Florida. 7-14-17.wl
Get my price on a Fairbanks-Morse
corn sheller. W. J.- McGehee, dis distributor;"
tributor;" distributor;" : v- tf
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Ads.
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TEMPERANCE NOTES
(By the National Woman's Chris Christian
tian Christian Temperance. Union.)
BOOMERANG ARGUMENTS.
Replying -in public debate jto the
liquor man's argument for compensa compensation.
tion. compensation. Dr. Clarence True Wilson said:
"Suppose we'grant that they (the
United States and the liquor seller)
are partners. Suppose two thieves are
In business to rob. One of them 'hits
the trail and gives up robbery and
crime. Would you say the other thief
has a case for damages for injury to
his business by the conversion of .bis
partner?
- "When we stopped piracy on the
high seas,' did we compensate the
pirate? When we stopped lotteries, did
we compensate those who conducted
them? Have 'we compensated dealers
in dope whose business was destroyed
by the Harrison act?"
Another point made mucu of by Doc Doctor
tor Doctor .Wilson's opponent was. that the
first year after prohibition went 'into
efTect in West Virginia the governor
of the state had to appeal to the legis legislature
lature legislature for additional tax measures to
make up for the loss In revenue from
liquor. ."And in the second year," Doc Doctor.
tor. Doctor. Wilson replied, "West Virginia
swept her state debt off the map. To Today
day Today she stands among ". the leading
states of the Union In the amount of
surplus In her treasury.
MORE IN WET THAN IN DRY.
The liquor interests would have the
public believe, that prohibition in increases
creases increases the number of illicit stills.
What does the Internal revenue office
say about it? The figures for the year
ending June 80, 1916, show that the
number of moonshine plants seized was
8,286, or 646 fewer than in the year
1915 in spite of the fact that dry ter ter-dltory
dltory ter-dltory has been steadily Increasing.
Not a single Illicit still was reported
for seizure in the prohibition states
of Arizona, North Dakota, Oregon, or
Washington. There were only six In
Mississippi, four in Arkansas, and six
in West Virginia. More gallons of illicit
whisky were seized ln any one of the
wet states of Illinois, Kentucky, Mas Massachusetts:
sachusetts: Massachusetts: Ohio 1 and Pennsylvania
than In any prohibition state.
ALL THINGS TO MELTING POT.
Don't close breweries, And distil distilleries.
leries. distilleries. Transform them. Instead of
making alcohol for drinks, make it for
the manufacture of explosives. Make
it for ether and other medicinal pur purposes,
poses, purposes, make it for fuel. Make it for
dye and shellacs, make it for every
use to which Uncle Sam's chemists put
it in the supreme moment when all
things must go to the melting pot, 'to
be turned to the nation's greatest
good. Allen Rogers, Ph. D American
Chemical Society.
BIG M AXWfcLL, BARGAINS
Two 1916. Maxwell touring cars, the
biggest bargains you ever saw,
cash or terms. The Maxwell Agency,
Ocala, Fla. 7-9-tf
WHEN YOU HAVE PAID YOUR
RENT YOU HAVE
KISSED IT GOODBYE
Why not pay a small amount each
month and see it go into
YOUR OWN HOME
I have a number of houses you can
buy that way at
$10 A MONTH
call and see'my list of houses from
$1000.00 up.
L Pi MURRAY
Room 5 Holder Blk. Ocala, Fla.
L. ALEXANDER
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you, or if uric acid in the blood has caused rheumatism,
gout or sciatica, or you suspect kidney or bladder trouble
just write DOCTOR PIERCE, at the Surgical Institute,
Buffalo, N. Y. ; send a sample of urine and describe
symptoms. You will receive free medical advice after
Dr. Pierce's chemist has examined the specimen, which
will be carefully done without charge, and you will be
under no obligation. Doctor Pierce, during many years
of experimentation has discovered a new remedy which,
he finds is-thirty-seven times more potent than lithia in
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mobile is nothing if not an education,
and by its use, our people go over the
country and obtain enjoyment out of
life that they would not otherwise
have.
House Party at the Lake
About eight congenial little girls
expect to motor to the lake the first
of next week to occupy Mr. Meffert's
cottage for a week or ten days. They
will be chaperoned by Miss Collie
Clark and Miss Catherine Livingston,
and will go down in Mr. Meffert's car
Monday morning. Among those mak making
ing making up the party will be Misses Mar Marian
ian Marian Meffert, Rhoda Thomas, Dorothy
Crawford, Elizabeth Bennett, Ulanee
Barnett, Delia Livingston and Lucile
Gissenedaner.
Mrs. S. A. Standley left Saturday
night for Jacksonville in response to
a telegram from her daughter, Mrs.
Arthur Clark, saying that Master
Arthur Clark Jr. continued very ill
with typhoid fever. This little boy's
Ocala friends wish him a speedy-recovery.
Mr. R. C. Camp left yesterday for
Atlanta. He will later join Mrs. Camp

and children in North Carolina.
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Mr. E. K. Nelson, Mr. Edwin Nel Nelson,
son, Nelson, Misses Nellie Nelson, Geraldine
Bali "and Marian Harvey motored
from Tampa yesterday and spent the
afternoon with Ocala friends. The
young ladies went to the lake in the
evenine for a two weeks visit to Miss

First Aid Class No. 1 Eloise Henry at Ocklawaha.

The third meetiner of the No. 1 first! ?

aid class, under DrE. G. Peek, was! Miss Cornelia Dozier who has been
held in the lecture room, of the public' visiting; bei. aunt, Mrs.i Sylvan Mc-
library yesterday. The lesson was a i Elroy at Orlando and Daytona Beach
most interesting one and vwas fuly) for the past five weeks returned home
and clearly explained by Dr. Peek in j this afternoon.
an hour and three-quarters. Five
members were absent, and probably Mrs. R. A. Burford Jr., and little
it is as well to state jonce more that J daughter, Virginia, are now the
any member missing over two of the: guests 0f Mrs. Burford's aunt in Bos-

America
Up and down he goes
With terrible, reckless strides,
Flaunting great lamps
With joyous swings
One to the East
One to the West
And flaunting two words
In a thunderous call
That thrills the heart sof all enemies:
All, One; All, One; All, One, All, One!
Beware that queer, wild, wonderful
boy
And his playground don't go near!
All, One; All, One; All, One; All, One;
Up and down he goes.
Alfred Kreymborg.
Red Cross Notes
The following names have been add added
ed added to the list of Red Cross members:
Mrs. W. W. Jones, Mrs. T. S. Tran Tran-tham,
tham, Tran-tham, Mr. Robert Hall, Mr. O. B.
House, Mr. Leonard Bennett, Mr. Is Is-sac
sac Is-sac Stevens, Mr. R. Simmons, Mr.
Richard Stroud.

The second center-piece which wasj
THffti 1 3 tollT QTlH WAn Kit TIC T?Mn1r

Harris Jr., added $2.50 to the Red
Cross fund and the Presbyterian Sun Sunday
day Sunday school generously donated $10.
There are several of those pretty
Red Cross serving bags on sale at the
headquarters for 25 cents. ; ; v
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Five

lectures will be disqualified for the
examinations.
i At the close of the meeting, Mrs.

ton, Mass.

Miss : Hannay Ellis who has been

We HaVe about fifty tons of fresh ground

VELVET' BEaNS and hulls ground together.

This is the finest Beef or Dairy CATTLE
FEED in the world. Prices right. Phone, write,
or call at the factory.

IR6E ILES & OOlPAWtf
OCALA, FLORIDA. x

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GAINESVILLE.:
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Liberal Arts Law, Agriculture, Engi Engineering
neering Engineering Education, Graduate School.
Send for catalogue and views.
' A. A. Murphree, Pres.

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College of the Highest Rank
Liberal Arts, Education, Music, Ex Expression,
pression, Expression, Physical Education, Art,
Home Economics. Write f o' catalogue
and views. Edw. Conradi, Pres.

J'rank Drake was unanimously elect- visiting friends in Altamonte Springs,
ed as secretary, to fill the place of 4 Orlando and Jacksonville for the past
Mrs. E.. A. Martin, who expects to six weeks returned home this after

noon. Miss Ellis came with Mr. and
Mrs. A. L. Taveau, of Allamonte
Springs in their Collier-eight. Mr.
and Mrs. Taveau will be the guests
of Mrs. Ellis and family for several
weeks.
.
Thcmembers of the Episcopal choir
are planning a most enjoyable picnic

tomorrow in honor of Capt. Edward

Drake and 1st. Sgt., Chas. E. Harris,
members of. the choir, who will leave
shortly with Co. "A". They will go
out to the Springs in cars about four
thirty in the afternoon, and after a
splash jVll, enjoy a picnic supper.
They will return before eight o'clock
in timecjfor; drill, f r v

leave for the Carolinas in a few adys,

to spend the remainder of the sum summer.
mer. summer. -V "'
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Mrs." M. M. Little and children,
Misii; Margaret,. Maude Lillian and
Master Melville will leave Friday for
a fortnight's stay at Daytona Beach.

Mrs. Clilford L. Anderson and

three interesting children,, Clifford,
Arthur and Mary Eleanor," left yes

terday afternoon to join Mr. Ander Anderson
son Anderson in Lakeland, their new home.
Ocala gives up this charming family

with regret, but wishes them the best

of luck in their new home.
Mrs. D. E. Mclver and daughter,
Miss Frances, who have been visiting
in Indianapolis, are now the guests
of Col. and Mrs. W. R. Goodwin at
their country home, Napersville, 111.,
just outside of Chicago.
'
- Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Goin, who have
been visiting the latter's father at

Silver Springs, since last Friday, re returned
turned returned home today.
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Mr. Ed Overbay of, Bartow who has
been visiting his relatives in this city
for the past week, motored home
early yesterday morning, with his
aunt, Miss May Parr, and cousin,
Miss Katie May Eagleton, who will
be his guests for several weeks. They
were accompanied as far as Leesburg
by Miss Catherine S trunk and Mas-'
ter Charles Ahearn, who will visit
Mrs. Frank Bourlay in Leesburg.
Miss Lillian Butler, of St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, is the guest of her aunts, Mrs.
Mamie Fox and Mrs. F. W. Ditto.
' : .-
Mr. Bell and his two charming
sisters, from Williston came over to
Ocala today in their new Maxwell car,
purchased by their father a short
time. ago. This was the first visit of
the young folks to Ocala and some
of the Maxwell bunch took them to
Silver Springs to show them the at attractions
tractions attractions there. The modern auto-

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Today tires cost

less than ever
Your tirs actually coat you less per mil today than they

a few years ago,
-provided you buy the right kind of tires.

the first place, don't buy a nondescript tire that some dea
a selfish price motive in selling to you.

Buy a tire with a name behind it a tire, the quality

which must be so good that the reputation of a great Compa

is protected. .
United State Tires, with the name of the largest rubber
manufacturer in the world behind them, are safe fires to buy.
United State Tire are constructed under an xdusire time time-tried
tried time-tried vulcanizing process that is patented.
They are honestly built with the best materials that the
markets of the world afford.

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Mrs. M. H. Temple returned home
yesterday after a short visit to her
daughter, Mrs. B. P. Beville in
Gainesville.
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- Messrs. G. N. Miller, Chester Har Harold,
old, Harold, Ray Driver and D. N. Sanders of

! Gainesville spent Sunday with, friends

in Ocala.
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All the ladies who sent sandwiches
and other donations in napkins to the
Ocala House for the Red Cross sup supper
per supper given July 4th, are requested to
call at the Court Pharmacy and iden identify
tify identify their linen.

Mrs. Anna Tweedy is spending sev-J

eral days in Jacksonville, combining
business and pleasure.
fMr. S. A. Dowdell and two sons
and daughter, Miss Caroline Eliza Elizabeth,
beth, Elizabeth, of Manatee, will motor to Ocala
tomorrow f o a hort visit to their
relatives, Mrs. G. W. Martin and Mrs.
R. G. Blake and families. They will
leave Friday on Saturday for Opelika,
Ala., where Miss Dowdell will be
married to Mr. George Smith Barn Barnard
ard Barnard of Ozark, Ala., the last of this
month. Miss Dowdell is a grand granddaughter
daughter granddaughter of the late William James
Samf ord, governor of Alabama, and
the wedding will take place at the
home of her grandmother, Mrs. Sam-

ford. Miss Dowdell visited her cous cousin,
in, cousin, Miss Irma Blake, in Ocala several
years ago and made many friends
who will be glad of thi opportunity
t j visit with her before her marriage.
Interesting Books in the Library
The j following books are in the
Ocala library on games:
Auction Bridge," Pirate Bridge,
Solitaire and Patience, Sports and
Pastimes. . ..."
The following complete list of ma material
terial material on oratory and debating is also
obtainable: ;
Book of Eloquence, Washington's
Farwell Address, Great Speeches,
Henry W. Grady, How to Speak, How
to Develop Power, Burke's Speeches,
How to Argue, High School Debate
Book, Cromwell's Speeches, South Southern
ern Southern Literature, Speeches in Con Congress
gress Congress 20 volumes, Speeches in Class

ics 10 volumes, Speeches in Half

Hours..

Today's moving picture "The Chat Chattel"
tel" Chattel" starring the famous actor E. H.
Sothern, and dainty Peggy Hyland, is
looked forward to with much pleas

ure as two Ocala people have seen it

in other towns and report it a splen splendid
did splendid picture. Sothern, in the Chattel"
buys Peggy Hyland, as if she were a
painting, but she does not know this,
and in a fit of jealous rage he calls
her his Chattel. In the ; end true
love forges his iron will and he is
touched by her display of independ independ-ance
ance independ-ance and her sterling qualities. He
slashes the priceless painting the
"Chattel" and replaces it with a price priceless
less priceless oil, painting of his wife. Dramat

ic, only as Sothern can make it, finish finished
ed finished as his Shakespeare. "The Chattel"

is dynamically charged with compell compelling
ing compelling interest.

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-Fare Includes Meals and Stateroom Berth
-Tickets Now on Sale. Good on Any Ship.
Final Return Limit October 31sty

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Write for schedule and further particulars.
H. G. WEfJZEL, Florida Passenger Agent
327 East Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida.

(Concluded on Fourth Page)

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second to none.
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PAGE FOUR

OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY. JULY 18, 1917

BIB

Masons meet Thursday night.

Rev. Bunyan Stephens of this city
was elected president of the Baptist

assembly for the coming year at the
meeting held in Lake City this week.

Buy your drugs from the Recall
.store it it always the Vest drug

tort. tf

, About all of Bay Lake is married
now. Another young couple of .that

place, Mr. William Goff and Miss
Lavina Kinsley, obtained a license
fiom Judge Smith this morning. j

LOCAL LEGISLATION v

All our straw hats now going at
half price. "Rheinauer's. ,4t

The largest line of bathing caps in
the city all shades, shapes and col color.
or. color. The Court Pharmacy. "-" 15-tf
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Captain Drake hnd a large contin contingent
gent contingent of recruits, stiffened by & few

veterans, drilling at the armory yes yesterday
terday yesterday evening. The boys had an
hour and a half of steady training.
The newness is beginning to wear off
some of them. They are all cheerful
and willing and anxious to go to
France.

Come in and let me show you a
Williams Grist Mill. W. J. McGehee,
distributor. tf

Secretary Trammell of the Ocak.
Board of Trade, also registration of officer
ficer officer of this district, had the distinc distinction
tion distinction of being the third officer to -get
his list of men to the war department.
Two officers of Philadelphia were the
only ones ahead of him, which shows
the Quaker City isn't so- slow after
all. ; ';':' '

, TWO FORDS FOR SALE

We ; have two Ford cars for sale.
y Bargains. The m "Maxwell 'Agency,
Ocala, Fla. 7-li-4t Jl

The county judge has issued a mar marriage
riage marriage license for Mr. Henry P. Heine

man and 'Miss Mary Gertrude Con

nor. The groom is a -worthy and pop

ular young man of the Connor section.
The bride ;isUhe pretty daughter" of
W, N.' Connor of Tavares. The mar marriage
riage marriage will take place this evening at
the home of the bride's grandmother,
Mrs. F. Z. Wellhoner, east of the
river. ... i -.v

The traffic-ordinance relating to
the south side of. Fort' King avenue
from Watula to Main street came up
for discussion at last evening's coun council
cil council meeting. A portion of thi3 ordi ordinance
nance ordinance having been' declared unconsti unconstitutional
tutional unconstitutional by the city recorder, the ju ju-cial
cial ju-cial committee with the assistance of
the. city attorney was instructed to
draft a suitable amendment to same.

, The ordinance referring to the
placing of signs across sidewalks was

also up for discussion and an amend
ment offered was referred to the ju

diciary committee. The proposed

amendment allows the erection of
wood or metal signs over substantial

awnings. It has been suggested since
the introduction of this amendment

that it be made to include permission

to erect transparent electrical signw
There being no occupational tax

for sign painters, the judiciary com

mittee was instructed to prepare an

amendment including this line oJ
trade.
The finance committee report show

ed that there would become due next

year $14,000 of electric light bonds
for which no provision had been

made in budgets in the past.. The

committee was instructed to adver

tise and otherwise provide for the is issue
sue issue of refunding bonds to cover this

item. :P

SDecial committee to whom was

referred the adjustment of the Gal

loway claim for services rendered
during City Attorney Spencer's term

of office, asked for more time, which

was granted.

' The action of the special commit committee
tee committee having charge of the sale of the
old water tank in selling it for $1100

was approved.

Several members; of the King's
Daughters appeared and asked that

the city render assistance to the or

ganization in caring for a number of

indigents. On motion it was ordered
that $100 be donated from the rest

room fund. 7 v

A petition asking that North-Main
street be opened from -May street to
the Seaboard railroad just west of the

union .depot was filed for information.
Communication from J. Johrw

son asking for electrical power at his

place east of the city, and one from

the v Anti-Monopoly Drugstore "for re

ductTon tm an excessive waterbill on

account of leak in pipes, wefe re

I SAFETY
I FIRST

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Has become the slogan not
only "on the highways of
travel, but also in all lines
of industry. There's no

such thing as safety if
your valuable property is
not covered by r
! FIRE INSURANCE
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a We represent a number of
the most reliable companies
in existence, and our facil

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Florida. -

D. W DAVIS, Agency
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Resolutions Passed by the. Executive

Board of the State Federation of
Women's Clubs

The resolutions adopted by the ex-j

ecutive board of the state federation

as its June meeting in Lawtey. were
read and endorsed by the Ocala board.
The resolutions are as follows:

Resolution on Prohibition
Be it resolved, that we, the women

of the Florida Federation of Women's

Clubs, hereby appeal to our govern government
ment government to" take the initiative in the
passage of antional prohibition, there thereby
by thereby eliminating, material and moral

waste. We urge this in behalf of the

manhood and womanhood of our. coun

try, as the fundamental step in the
conservation of the physical strength
and moral force of the nation.

Resolution on Moral Sanitation of

Vs Camps : v ..
Inasmuch as we, the women of the

Florida Federation of Women's Clubs,
believe that the, mothers of the coun country
try country 7 in making the great sacrifices
asked of them, have now the right to
demand the absolute and unquestion unquestioned
ed unquestioned moral sanitation of the military
camps; therefore be it

Resolved, that we hereby appeal to

President Wilson and the officials of
the war department to provide against
the deplorable conditions which have

heretofore existed in army and navy

stations.
We further 1 beg to urge that the

moral sanitation zone of not less than

ten miles be maintained where are
situated towns accessible to troops,
and in which the? municipal authori

ties may not thoroughly meet the

conditions demanded by the govern government
ment government for the physical and moral pro protection
tection protection of the boys, upon whose grain graining
ing graining for upright, clean manhood and
citizenship, American mothers have
lavished the best of their strength
and lives.
Resolutions on Uplift Work: Among
the Soldiers
f Be it resolved, that the members of
the board of directors of the Florida
Federation of Women's Clubs do
hereby "express themselves as" being
in sympathy, with the r work under undertaken
taken undertaken by the Y. M. C. A. for the.so-

NOTICE OF RAISE c

IN ASSESSMENTS
The county commissioners will

meet on August 6th. 1917, to hear

complaints from all who object to the

raise made by them from the assess-

iment of 1917 or tne tax assessor, from

the first to the second amount shown
below :

Personal Property Precinct No. 1
Moses Grocery Co., merchandise,
$3000. to $4000. . .;
Ocala Manufacturing Co, rail, $5000
to $S000..
Standard Oil Co., merchandise,
$1400 to $2000. ;
Welch-Todd Lbr. Co.. stock. $1000
to $2000. 1

to

tee.

L. A. Gable's request for electric
power at his farm six miles east of
the city was referred to the light and
water-? committee." f ; r
; The.fanitary. committee's report
recomtneifded that the proposed flush
tank on the north, side of the court courthouse
house courthouse waS' unnecessary that the bill
cf Mr. Paul. Durand for material
used on the Lanier Robertson prop property
erty property be 'refused; that the city depart department
ment department remove from the county, court courthouse
house courthouse air garbage and trash except
the washings?,frbm cuspidors, .ccept .ccept-ed.
ed. .ccept-ed. z:r::::::lz:: ;.Sf ff,
It was ordered that the superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of the light and water plant
be instructed to v construct out of
town lines when the city furnishes
electric current to consumers not
within the city" liinits.
f The special committee appointed
some weeks ago to investigate the
raise in price of gas asked for further
time to make report.
c Claim of C. P. Howell 'for alleged
excessive water rent was refused.

cialTphysical, intellectual and moral

ferreoVto the light" and water eommit-. welfare: of enlisted men, and pledge

bur' hearty cooperation and support
to sucif work carried on by this and
all other organizations.

Resolutions on Writing to Soldiers
Be it i resolved, that we, the jnem-

bers of the board of directors of the

Florida Federation of Women's" Clubs
endorse the idea ,of listing the names
of the. boys in military service -according
t-to church affiliations, and

having sent to each one a church let

ter during every month of absence

from home and home influence.

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Cemetery Work I
in- ;

fil A R B L E o r G R" A U i T E

Now is the time to take up the
matter of buying'a pea huller. W. J.
McGehee, distributor. s tf

We're in business for YOUR health,
and fill your prescriptions just as
your physician orders them. Prompt
service and pure drugs. The Court
Pharmacy. Phone 284. 15-tf
TWO FORDS FOR SALE

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That's our business, and we
can give you reasonable prices
and the best of workmanship
on anything in this line. If not
convenient to call at our yards,
write us of your need and well
take pleasure in submitting de designs.
signs. designs. .';

One 1914 Touring Car. -One
1915 Touring Car.
Both in good condition. Cash or
terms. Maxwell Agency, Ocala 3td

AllDur strawhatsnow going- at

half-prices .peinau
, A special lot, of Men's Shoes at real
bargain prices. Rheinauer's. 4t

A special lot of Men's Shoes at real

bargain prices. Rheinauer's. 4t

OCALA MARBLE WORKS :;"!

Let us nt your, car up with the

famous GOODRICH I TIRES. There

0 cli c nunc ucticr. UIUS., 1U

avenue. 6-8-tf

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All our straw hats now going at

half price. Rheinauer's. 4t

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$ At The Savoy Cafe you will find the Most Reason-

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Dinhor 35cs 21-Meal Ticket 05.25 Jg;

Messrs. .-H.! Lloyd, C. P. Chazal,

Norton ? "Davis? Frank "Harris Jr., and

iester Marsn returned nome yester

da j-" from Jacksonville where they

sperit-'the" day. i ; L

Owing to the stormy weather the

Red Cross parties did not go to Belle

view last night as they had planned,
but they5 Will try- again at 7 an early

date. y '- :

Let me sell you your feed crusher.

W. J. McGehee, distributor. tf

THAT BAD BACK

Do you have a dull, steady ache in
the small of the back sharp,' stab

bing twinges when stooping or lift

ingdistressing urinary disorders I

For bad, back and weakened kidneys
Ocala residents recommend Doan's

Kidney Pills. Read this Ocala man's

statement.-';: v :

G F. Hays. 703 S. Orange St. says

i think that heavy lifting caused my

kidneys to hecome weakened. I suff

ered greatly from severe pains in my
back ancU I was often so a stiff and
lame that I could hardly work. T also

had frequent, severe headaches. A

friend told me about. Doan's Kidney

Pills and I began using them. I am

very glad that I did so for they gave
me more relief than all the other med

icines I had taken put together.

have had no occasion to take any! kid

ney medicine since, as the cure has
been nermanent. The statement I

gave before praising Doan's Kidney

Fills holds good."

Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that

cured Mr. Hays. Foster-Muburn Co.,

Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 1

.Let me quote you on a pumping
outfit. W. J. McGehee, distributor, tf

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SHORT ORDERS and
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tsfkzk'& riAifcrc..'r.Avi'.r? T,r..r C ''T s "JJ''
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B. Goldman, merchandise, $3500 to
$5000. ''
M. Frank, merchandise,. $3500 to
$3000.
Rbeinauer j& Co., merchandise, $15, $15,-000
000 $15,-000 Xo $18,000.
II. A. Waterman, merchandise. $1000
to $3000.

Chero-Cola Bottling Works, stock,

0 to $600.
B. F. Condon, stock, $800 to $2000

Court Pharmacy, stock $1850 to

$2500.
Tydings & Co.. $1000 to $2500.
iPostoffice. Drug Store, $1800
$2000.
Bitting & C04 stock. $150 to $400

Ocala Telephone Co., stock, etc..

$6200 to $8000.

Florida Utilities Co., stock, etc.,

$.000 to $4000.
Precinct No. 21
S. W. Nelson, stock, etc., 0 to $200
Real Estate
MucLan Farm Produce Co.

448 acres in s 5, t 16, r 24, $1400 to

$2240.

640 acres In s.6, t 16, r 24, $1600 to

$9600.

160 acres in s 7, t"16, r 24, $350 to

$800.

640 acres in s 8, t 16, r 24, $1600 to

$$600. -

160 acres in s 9, t 16, r 24,. $400 to

$800.

492 acres in s 16, t 16, jt 24, $800 to

$7380. :-;.;.-.:v

625 acres in s 17, t 16, r 24, $2000

to, $9370 f -yi

480 acres in s 19, t lb. r 21 $1000 tt

$2400.--

640 acres In s 20, t 16, r 24. $1600

to $2200: t

400 acres Inji 21, t 16," r 24, $1000 to

$6000.

H. :. Hulbert- f

160 atres in s 26, 16,

$800.

480 acres in s 25, t 15, r 23, $1500 to

$2400. i ; ; '

480 acres in s 36, t 15, r 23, $1751 to

$2400.-

1006 acres in s 1 and 2:t 16, r 23,

$80QO to $13,030.

40 acres in s 11, t 16, r 23, $100 to

$200. r

520 acres in s 12, t 16, r 23, $1280 tc

$2600.

40 acres in s 13, t 16, r 23, $10i to
$200.V ii:;'-1 '
480 acres in s 18, t 16, r 24, $1000 to
$2400.
160 acres in s 19 t 16, r 24, $300 to
$800. v-
J.0. Hightower ;
160 acres in s 18, t 16, r 24, $500 to
$1500.
Dr. E. C. Pasley, heirs of
r 80 acres in s 23, t 12, r 19, $300 to
$320.
480 acres in s '25, t 12,' r 19, $1250
to;$1920.' -V- ;r- :-:v:-0-
160 acres in s 35, tp 12, r 19, $50 to
$840.' 'v-'-
545 acres in s 2, t 13, r 19, $1250 to
$2180. ;
40 acres in s 3, 1 13, r 19, $50 to $160.

240 acres in s 10, t 13, r 19, $750 to

$960.

160 acres in s 11, t 13. r 19, $500 to

$640.

560 acres in s 12, t li, r19, $1550 to

$2240.

160 acres In s 5, t 13, r 20, $500 to

40 acres in s' 6, t 13, V 20, $100 to

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.80 acres in s 7, t 13, r 20, $200 td

$320. :

' 160 acres in s 8, t 13, r 20, $300 to

$640. "
40 acres in s 17, t 13, r 20, $t30 to
$160.. ? V- :. ; .".'v

80 acres in" s 28, t 13, r 20," $200 to

$320.
A. S. J. McKinney

20 acres in s 22, t 17, r 24, $130 to

$500.
Geo. A. Miller

14 acres in 5 26, t 17, r 23, $130 to

$500. I
Millwood Farm Co.

315 acres In s 4, 1 13, r 21, $1000 to

$1500. YV. V

517 acres in s 5, t 13, r 21, $1250 to

$2000.
Umatilla O. G. Land Co.

80 acres in s 14, t 17 r 25, $150 to

$200.

360 acres in s 22, t 17, r 25, $700 to

$900. :

400 acres In s 23, t 17, r 25, $600 to

$1000.

320 acres in s 24, t 17, r 25, $600 to

$800.

640 acres in s 25, t 17, r 25, $1200 to

$1600.

280 acres In s 27, t 17, r 25, $600 t

$700.

240 acres in s 35, t 17, r5, $520 to

$600..

280 acres in s 36, t 17. r 25, $850 to
$1200.
J. C. Johnson
50 acres in Alvarez grant, $450 to
$1500.
J. R. Avery
280 acres in s 11, t 16. r 24, $900 to
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Tlie Board of County Commissions
of Marion County, Florida.
W. D. CARN, Chairman.
P. H. NUGENT, Clerk. 7-18-lt
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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 postoffice, east side.
. C. W. Hunter, E. R.
E. J. Crook, Secretary.
CHAPTER NO. 13. K. A. M.

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fourth Priuay in everv mo.ih
8 p. m. B. C. Webb, H. P.
jke Brown, Secy.

ODD FELLOWS

Tulula 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.
C. O. Andrews, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
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engine. W. J. McGehee, distributor, tf

UNCLASSIFIED ADS.

WANTED. LOST, FOUND. FOB
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR SALE Maxwell roadster made
into truck. Meadows Repair Shop,
410 N. Orange St. 12-t

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.

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. v
T. D. Lancaster, C. C.
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KNIGHTS OK PYTfllAS

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday night at 7:30
at the Castle Hall, over the James
Carlisle drugstore. A cordial welcome
to visiting brothers.
E. L. Stapp, C. C.
CLus. K. Saee. K. of R. S.

Old Folk's
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That's what many call it,
for it puts vim and vigor into
eld stomachs; rich, red blood into
old veins; sound flesh on old bones.
Drink a glass of this delicious, digea digea-tant
tant digea-tant with each meal
Shivar Ale
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Your grocer or druggist will refund
your money on first dozen if you are
not pleased with results.
Bottled and guaranteed by the cele celebrated
brated celebrated Shivar Mineral Spring, Shel-
ton, S. Ci If your regular dealer
cannot supply you telephone
JAKE BROWN,
DISTRIBUTOR FOR OCALA.

NOTICE OF INSTITUTION
OF SUIT BY ATTACHMENT

Leesburg State Bank, a Florida Cor Corporation,
poration, Corporation, Plaintiff, vs. N. G. Long,
In the Circuit Court, Marion County.
Assumpsit, Damages $300.
To N. G. Long, N. G. Long, Trustee,
- and Long Blue Granite Company, a
Corporation, and all persons inter interested:
ested: interested: Notice is hereby given to the above
named parties, jtnd each of them, and
to all persons interested, that the
Leesburg State Bank, a Florida cor corporation,
poration, corporation, plaintiff, has instituted a
suit of attachment against N. G.
Long, N. G. Long, trustee, and Long
Blue Granite Company, defendants in
the above styled court, on the 1st day
of June, 1917, the writ of attachment
being levied upon the following de described
scribed described land in Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, to-wit: E4 of sq1A of section
23, township 17 south, range 25 east.
You, N. G. Long, N. G. Long, trus trustee,
tee, trustee, and Long Blue Granite Company
and all other parsons interested are
hereby required to appear in said ac action
tion action on the rule day in August, 1917.
the same being the
7th day of August, 1917.
Given under my hand and seal of
said court, this the 6th day of June.
A. D. 1917.
(Seal) P. H. Nugent,
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County.
. Florida. .By Ruth Ervin, D. C.
L. W. Duval,
Attorney for Plaintiff. 6-6-9t-wed

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