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OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1917:
VOL. 23, NO. 181.
Generally fair -tonight and Friday.
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Seventh Army is Shattered and Eighth May
be Forced to Surrender
FEARFUL STORY OF TREASON AID COVARDICE COMES 10 LOflDOll FROM THE EASTERN FRONT
Such details of the Russian's re retreat
treat retreat in eastern Galicia as are avail available
able available don't minimize the seriousness
of the situation. News dispatches say
the losses of heavy artillery will be
enormous. Doubt is expressed of the
ability of the eighth army to make
good its retreat. There is nothing to
show that the Russian commanders
are getting the refractory troops in
hand but the process is under way.
Gen. Korniloff's drastic measures in included
cluded included the blowing to pieces of an en entire
tire entire division of traitorous soldiers of
the eleventh army with its own artil artillery.
lery. artillery. The Russian lines are holding
north and south of the retreat area.
London reports nothing important
on the Franco-Belgian front. Berlin
says that one of the greatest artillery
fights in history continues there.
Paris makes the striking announce announcement
ment announcement that there were no French ships
lost last week. Italy lost two.
ELEVENTH RUSSIAN ARMY WAS
London, July 26. An appalling
blow is the description of the Russian
collapse given in a Petrograd dis dispatch
patch dispatch to the Post. Never has the
Russian army been so well equipped.
Some of the artillery was placed
within three hundred yards of the
enemy's trenches and the big guns
were admirably placed.
Information regarding the capture
of the big guns of the elev eleventh
enth eleventh army almost staggers belief. It
appears that the infantry shot down
their own gunners in order to get
horses or shot the horses for revenge
when the gunners retreated. Prac Practically
tically Practically all of the eleventh army guns
are in the hands of the enemy. There
ib no hope of saving the technical
equipment of the seventh and eighth
armies. The German lines passed the
Russian gun positions, and it is now
a question of whether the eighth
army will get away at all.
TREMENDOUS LOSS OF TEUTONS
PaFis, July 26. German assaults
reopened on a two-mile front last
night in the Aisne sector. The French
state officially that the Germans pen penetrated
etrated penetrated a certain element of first line
trenches but at tremendous cost.
DANCER MUST DIE
Paris, July 26. A military court
has condemned to death the dancer
known at Mata Mari who before her
marriage was Marguerite Zell. She
was convicted of espionage. f
Berlin, July 26. An official state statement
ment statement announces the capture of Buc Buc-sacz,
sacz, Buc-sacz, Tlurmxz, Cttynia and Delatyn.
The Russians are retreating toward
Czerncwitz, the capital of, Bukowina.
BRITONS TOOK MORE BOATS
Amsterdam, July 26. Two German
vessels have been sunk and two taken
to England by British destroyers, ac according
cording according to the Texel correspondent
of the Telejraaf. One German ves vessel
sel vessel which vas torpedoed has arrived
at Denheldar. .
UNABLE TO DETERMINE N
CAUSE OF EXPLOSION
Sydney, C. B., July 26. Officials of
the Dominion Coal Co. said today
that they had been unable to deter determine
mine determine the cause of the explosion in
their mine yesterday, causing sixty sixty-two
two sixty-two deaths.
AT FORT McCOY
There will be a farewell dance at
Fort McCoy Monday, July 30th, in
honor of the soldier boys. The dance
will be held at the Glenwood hotel
, and a good time is. assured.
Let U3 nt your car up with the
famous GOODRICH TIRES. There
are none better. Blalock Bros., 107
Oklawaha avenue, 6-8 tf
INTENDS TO FOLLOW
Premier Venizelos Says that Greece
Will be Ruled by Its
Athens, July 26. The chamber of
deputies which assembled yesterday
has adjourned for a few days for the
election of officers. On the eve of the
assemblying of the deputies, Premier
Venizelos told an Associated Press
correspondent that the reassembling
meant the ersumption of rule by the
people in line with the ideals of the
United States. He said he looked to
the United States for a continuance
of its powerful support.
SOME RECENT CHARTERS
The governor's office at Tallahassee
has granted a large number of cor corporation
poration corporation charters during the past few
days. Among the list published in
the Jacksonville Metropolis of last
evening are the following Ocala com companies:
panies: companies: Ocklawaha Reclamation Farms,
Ocala; general nature of business, to
build and operate power and light
plants, dikes, dams, locks, ware warehouses,
houses, warehouses, packing houses, wharves,
farms and deal in real estate, build builders'
ers' builders' supplies, hardware, automobiles
and accessories, general merchandise
and own and operate garages; capital
stock, ?100,000. Officers, J. D. Young,
presidentpH. M. Hampton, vice pres president;
ident; president; Joseph Bell, secretary and
treasurer; directors same.
Clarkson Hardware Co., Ocala;
general nature of business, general
hardware business, wholesale and re retail,
tail, retail, farming implements, machinery
and supplies; capital stock, $10,000.
Officers, H. B. Clarkson, president; R.
K. Robinson, vice president; F. E.
Wetherbee, secretary and treasurer;
directors to be elected by stockhold stockholders
ers stockholders at annual meeting.
Star Publishing Company, Ocala;
general nature of business, publish
newspapers and deal generally in job
and book printing, stationery and
newspaper supplies; capital, stock,
$25,000. Officers, R, R. Carroll, presi president;
dent; president; Helen J. Bittinger, vice presi president;
dent; president; P. V. Leaven good, secretary secretary-treasurer;
treasurer; secretary-treasurer; directors, R. R. Carroll,
Helen J. Bittinger P. V. Leavengood
and Adele Bittinger.
. OCALA 'S HONOR ROLL
Navy Recruiting Station,
Room 211, Postoffice Building,
Ocala, Fla., July 26, 1917.
The following named man having
made application for U. S. navy, was
sent to Atlanta for final examination:
John Alva Wilson, Umatilla, ap apprentice
prentice apprentice seaman.
Men Wanted for the U. S. Navy
This office has been instructed to
use all efforts in securing men in the
following ratings: Machinists, $52 to
$83 per month; musicians, $32.60 to
$83; landsmen for' quartermaster,
(aviation) no experience, must be in
good physical condition, pay to start
with $32.60; landsmen for machinist's
mate (aviation) must be familiar
with gas engines, .pay to start with,
$32.60 per month. Also need one col colored
ored colored man between the ages of 18 and
35; must be in good physical condi
tion, pay $37 per month. All the
above ratings include a $60 clothing
outfit, three god meals a day, medical
care, etc., free. Information may be
had by applying at this office.
Wm. B. Schelereth,
Commisary Steward, U. S. N.
Buy your .drugs; from the Rexall
store it is always the best drug
GIVEN A JOLT
Saloons in Vicinity of Ship Repairing
and Munition Plants Shut
by the Score
New York, July 26. Only soft
drinks are obtainable in the Brooklyn
district near ship repairing and muni munition
tion munition plants. The sale of intoxicants
in thirty-five saloons and three hotels
has been stopped by the excise board
with government approval.
MEETING 'AT M ARTEL
Program of Big Methodist Meeting
July 27-29, for the Dunnellon
7:30 Devotional services, Rev.. W.
7:45 Book exhibit.
8:00 Stereopticon lecture, "In
Darkest Africa" Rev. I. F. Barnett.
10:00 "What Should the Church
Do for Its Young People" Rev. W.
J. Nease. v
10:30 "God's Financial Plan"
Rev. J. M. Gross.
11:00 Addresses by State Repre Representatives
sentatives Representatives R. W. Blacklock and Mrs.
W. W. Gay on subjects, "Agriculture
11:00 -Dinner on grounds.
1 :30 Quarterly conference. Busi
2:30 "Home Mission Work in
Florida" Rev. J. M. Gross.
3:- Open parliament discussion:
Agriculture, home economics.
Saturday Night v
7:30 Devotional service, led by
Rev. S. F. Stephens.
7:45 Book exhibit.
8:00 Sermon, "Christian Educa Education"
tion" Education" Rev. W. J. Nease.
9:45 Sunday school.
10:45 Love feast, led by Rev. S. F.
11:00 Sermon, "Our Home Mis Mission
sion Mission Problem" Rev. I. R. Barnett.
12:00 Dinner on ground.
2:30 The Epworth League on the
Circuit, by Mr. Carroll Fraser.
2:45 The Meaning of the Mis Missionary
sionary Missionary Society, by Mrs. J. A. Bou Bou-vier.
vier. Bou-vier. 3:00 Our Disciplinary Church
Committees, by Mr. L. W. Ponder.
3:15 The Way to Secure Better
Study in Sunday School, by Mr. M. M.
3:30 System in Church Finance,
by Mr. J. P. Phillips.
7:30 Experience meeting, led by
Rev. W. J. Nease.
"7:45 God's Call for Workers Workers-Rev.
Rev. Workers-Rev. J. M. Gross.
All interested invited.
S. F. Stephens, Pastor.
Stolen from my store Saturday,
June 30th, my gold hunting case
watch. Case No. 78612; Waltham 16 16-jewel
jewel 16-jewel movement No. 6534232. Suitable
reward will be paid for its return,
and no questions asked. G. A. Nash
The board made the following
changes in assessments on 1917 tax
roll and ordered that, all changes in
creasing assessments be published to
H. C. Hulbert 160 acres in s 26,
tp 15, r 23, $400 to $800.
W. D. Cam, Chairman.
Attest: P. H. Nugent, Clerk.
SCIENTIFIC MID PROFITABLE BIBB WHICH
SHOULO BE CARRIED Oil
One of the biggest farms in the vi vicinity
cinity vicinity of Ocala is that of the Edwards
brothers. You can enter its bounda boundaries
ries boundaries a short distance southwest of the
city limits, and then go on to- the
southeast for nearly three miles be before
fore before you enter on another man's
One of the notable things about
this farm is that eighty years ago it
was the hunting ground of one of the
most famous Indians in history Os Osceola
ceola Osceola who shares with King Philip,
Tecumseh and Sitting Bull a reputa reputa-ion
ion reputa-ion for bravery and generalship
which gave much trouble but was at
the last unavailing against the super superior
ior superior force of the white man.
A Star reporter accompanied Mr.
John L. Edwards in his car on a visit
to the farm Wednesday afternoon.
The route was a run out of the city
to and along the Dunnellon road to
the Stokes Ferry fork, and from
there east, to the other side of the big
Munroe & Chambliss farm. Both of
these farms lie on a beautiful rolling
country that would delight the eye of
the artist as well as the utilitarian.
The Stokes' Ferry road has reen
connected about five miles out of
town by a road running thru the
Shady Grove section to the Orange
avenue and Pedro road. It runs thru
some of the best farming land and
prettiest rural scenery in the county,
and people out for plea'sure rides
should be sure to turn their cars oc
casionally in that direction.
About two miles from the Dunnel Dunnellon
lon Dunnellon road, Mr. Edwards turned his car
from the highroad into the farm, the
centerspot of which seems to be a
pretty grove of trees some two hun hundreds
dreds hundreds yards north of the road. Here
it was that Osceola had his home. His
wigwam stood in this grove, and some
of the older trees may have looked
down on the famous Seminole chief chieftain
tain chieftain as he smoked the pipe, not of
peace, as he planned with his friends
a campaign against the intrusive
white man. About five miles away to
the northeast was Fort King, where
82 years ago last Christmas Osceola
struck the first blow of the Seminole
war, which for seven years taxed the
resources of the nation to cope with.
Too much sympathy has been wast wasted
ed wasted on the Seminoles. Infringed up upon
on upon by the whites they were, but they
were intruders themselves, driving out
the Florida Indians, the tracks of
whose moccasins were hardly cold in
the land when the Seminoles in their
turn fovftld themselves crowded by the
palefaces.. Osceola was a good gen general
eral general and probably as much of a pa
triot as many a white man on whom
history has bestowed the same appe appe-lation,
lation, appe-lation, but all the same he was a
bloodthirsty savage, and if Florida
had remained in the hands of him and
his kind it would have been of no
more use to the world than Arabia,
Afghanistan or any other-! region
where barbarians hold full sway.
Osceola's homeplace may have
looked more romantic eighty years
ago, but certainly not so useful. For
that, the neat buildings amid the tall
trees were a pretty sight themselves
and doubtless far more sanitary than
any Indian village ever was.
There was a big barn, a pumping
station, and some other buildings, all
in the Best of order, but the most in interesting
teresting interesting sight was the silos. There
is a regular battery of them, their
muzzles pointing like the muzzles of
huge cannon at the demon of war war-famine.
famine. war-famine. The cement cups for two more
were laid, and the material for their
walls was stacked up nearby, ready to
be put in place.
Blessed be the man who invented
the silo he did more for civilization
than all the Michael Angelas, Beetho Beetho-vens,
vens, Beetho-vens, Ciceros arid such notable guys
put together. The silo is to the stock
raiser what the preserve jar is to the
housewife; only the housewife must
hermetically seal her preserve jar,
while the silo can be left open. It is
generally covered, but it does the feed
no harm if it isn't.
The whole works were there in
sight. There was a forest of corn,
two forty acre tracts, the blades from
the outside rows brushing the silos,
or they did before the cutting began.
There wras the harvester, pulled by
three mules, going down one row and
coming back the next, and leaving
the cut corn piled in even bunches all
along. There were big wagons, drawn
by sturdy mules and engineered by
husky farmhands, hustling the corn
to the silos. By one silo stood the
cutter, driven by a powerful little
gasoline engine. As fast as the wag wagons
ons wagons came up, their loads were dumped
by the cutter. The men operating
the cutter fed the stalks, ears, leaves
UPON A LARGE SCALE
and all into the cutter, which chopped
it all fine and ran it into a feedpipe,
which by the force of suction carried
it up over the rim of the silo and
poured it down into it. A farmhand
inside swung the pipe around, pour pouring
ing pouring the feed in level and giving it a
light packing by walking on it. Econ Economy
omy Economy of labor everywhere. The silos
hold from 120 to 150 tons each, and
will furnish the piece de resistance to
make a bunch of steers ready for the
butcher. Two silos were full, one
half full, and the one empty and two
to build will soon be full.
We looked over the adjacent corn
forest. The stalks were not so tall
but thick and heavily eared. They
grew on the old Taylor plantation,
where huge crops of cotton were
grown in ante-bellum days. The slack
methods of that day worked the land
Jout anad it was abandoned to the
birds and rabbits. We walked over
the same land, shooting birds, twenty
odd years ago. It was covered with
old field pines and wire grsas and
looked too poor for anything. Now
it raises twelve tons of corn to the
acre. It is raising something all the
time. Last year it was planted to
velvet beans or some other grazing
crop, the cattle were turned in on it
and it served its time as pasture.
Then it was planted in the corn
which is now being cut. As fast as
the corn is. out, the ground is planted
in sweet potatoes, from which only a
J moderate yield is expected. As soon
as the potatoes are gathered in the au autumn,
tumn, autumn, it will be planted in oats or
some other forage crop. It is at work
all the time, and the more it is work worked
ed worked the richer it grows.
Could you beat it in the north or
We climbed in the car and Mr. Ed Edwards
wards Edwards took us down to the corner of
the farm, where we could look back
over it, to the crest of the ridge a
mile or more away. There was more
corn down there; looked like pretty
good corn, but Mr. Edwards didn't
expect much of it; only twenty bush bushels
els bushels to the acre, but peanuts were
planted between the rows and would
change into ham and bacon as soon
as the hogs could be turned in.
The Edwards brothers don't buy
much for their farm except salt, and
sell hardly anything but meat. They
turn in cattle and hogs, some of their
own raising, some bought from their
neighbors, and turn them into Flor Florida
ida Florida beef and bacon, which they sell
in Ocala and all over the state. They
look after their own business. Most
of their work is done by the poor,
down-trodden darkies the north is
now having another spell of sympathy
over. They seem to like their bosses;
some of them have been there a doz
en years or more.
Farming in Florida is like every
other business needs to be carried
on upon as large a scale as possible,
with the most improved appliances
and the most uptodate management.
There is always something that can
be done and there is never any time
when something shouldn't be doing.
THE BENEFIT OF GOOD ROADS
One cannot appreciate the good
roads of Marion county till -he ex experiences
periences experiences some of the bad ones of
other and less favored sections. Mr.
Yonce of the Maxwell selling force,
returned last evening, from a trip all
over northwestern Levy county, where
a good road is unknown. In extreme
Tiry weather the sand is exceedingly
deep and heavy and the roads very
crooked and rough. In wet weather,
like the present time, for miles the
roads are under water, sometimes
over the running board of a car.
Roots, crooks, holes and every other
obstruction add to the hardships of
the traveler. A short distance west
of the railroad, Morriston, Montbrook.
Williston and Raleigh, in this county,
the roads are just as they were forty
years ago the good roads spirit
seems never to have struck the pop population.
ulation. population. There is not even a mile of
good road at the county seat, Bron Bron-son,
son, Bron-son, and it is no wonder that the east
side of the county almost took it
away from them. Good roads come
high, but then they are the cheapest
thing in the county and their good
cannot be measured. Like Life says
cf prohibition, they are cheap at any
We have half a dozen Prest-o-Lite
tf.nks, two sizes, for sale at bargains.
The Maxwell Agency, Ocala. 23-6t
J "A German Deserter's War Exper-
ience." t.2 The Book Shop. 3t
Will Perhaps Come to an End
DEBATE VVJLL BE HELD III
Washington, July 26. Leaders of
both factions have agreed to debate
Tuesday and vote Wednesday on Sen
ator Sheppard's national prohibition
constitutional amendment. The wets'
proposal of fixing six-year limit while
the state act on the amendment has
been accepted by Sheppard.
WILL WORK DAY AND NIGHT
Sentiment among the food confer
ees is said to be to dispose of the pro
hibition feature first so the finance
committee may know what revenue to
expect. It has been agreed to hold
night sessions. The conferees are
pledged not to take the public in their
proceedings until the. bill is virtually
GOOD MOVE FOR GOETHALS
The possibility that General Geo.
W. Goethals, who recently resigned
as manager of the Emergency Fleet
Corporation, will go to France to
head the engineers is an interesting
development following the reorgani reorganization
zation reorganization of the shipping board. The
general wanted to resume active ser
vice when called to the emergency
Belleview, July 25. Col. Edwin
Spencer has been appointed justice
of the peace in place of Mr. L. L.
Mrs. Mary Fogg left last Ihursday
for Georgia, where she goes to revel
m fried chicken, corn-fed pork and
other luxuries and delicacies incident
to rural life.
Mrs. G. R. McClendon spent the
week-end visiting friends and rela
tives in Wildwood.
Mr. D. W. Davis of Ocala and the
lake broke his usual precedent, of
traveling between points via auto
route and came as far as Belleview
ast Sunday for the purpose of pat
ronizing the seaboard Air .Lane.
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. roxwerth
motored up to Lawtey last Sunday,
returning late that night. Monday
night Mr. Foxworth with his partner,
Mr. H. A. Powell, cranked up his lit
tle Fordlet for an all night run to
Jacksonville; Fernandina and other
points. They will be back when they
The Masonic fraternity held a spe
cial meeting last Thursday night, and
notwithstanding the inclemency of
the weather a goodly bunch was on
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Hopkins left for
Danbury, Conn., last week and ex expect
pect expect to stay until fall.
Ocala has its faults, as well as its
good features. The great redeeming
feature of Ocala from the country
residents' standpoint is the rest room.
Every person connected with this in institution
stitution institution can go home at night with
a clear conscience, feeling certain
that they are sowing seeds of kind kindness
ness kindness and benevolence that are truly
appreciated by the visitors from out
of town. It has been my pleasure to
patronize this place almost from its
inception, and each time that I "visit
there I am pleased and gratified at
the courteous reception given me and
at the general air of cleanliness and
neatness that prevails. It makes one
feel perfectly at home in the little
city. It makes the weary mother
feel that she can go to town and at
any time during the day. She can
take relief from her shopping duties
and repair to this restful haven and
refresh herself from time to time.
These are not my own views alone,
but the expressions of dozens of
women with whom I have talked, and
eentle reader from the country, if
j you have not yet availed yourself of
jthe privilege of this rest room, try it
I the next time you go to town, and it
I will make you feel that the business
men, the town council and the women
of Ocala are glad to have you come
to their little city, and that they will
(make it as pleasant for you as pos pos-'
' pos-' sible while there. On the other hand,
-the city fathers in their wisdom do
isome mighty foolish things. A num num-iber
iber num-iber of nights ago, I rolled into Ocala
and stopped my car m front of the
Star olhce. 1 had no sooner stopped
and alighted than a courteous police policeman
man policeman walked up and politely informed
us that our tail light was not burn burning,
ing, burning, also that we had violated a city
ordinance and that we were liable to
fine or imprisonment. I was actively
j engaged in thinking who I could get
I to go on our bond, to save us from
j being locked up over night, when one
! of the party went and looked and
found the light was really out. It
'had joggled out coming into Ocala
THE SENATE WITH
E OF A
Russian Line May be Shattered But
It Lacks Much of Being
Washington, July 26. The Russian
situation, it is believed at the embas embassy
sy embassy here, is not so bad as reports in indicate.
dicate. indicate. The disorganization is con confined
fined confined to Galicia while both ends of
the 1,000-mile front are holding. It
is pointed out that the defection one
one regiment in the key position could
cause a general retirement.
FIGHTING ON THE ROUMANIAN
Petrograd, July 26. The Russians
and Roumanians captured 2,000 pris prisoners,
oners, prisoners, many guns and much equip equipment
ment equipment on the Roumanian front the last
two days, it is officially announced.
over those rough streets, and there therefore
fore therefore the city of Ocala was at much at
fault as we were. However, the po policeman
liceman policeman very kindly let us off this
time and saved us the time and trou trouble
ble trouble of appearing in police court the
next morning. This policeman was en entirely,
tirely, entirely, within his rights. But what
gets me and what we country people
cannot understand, isLwhat difference
does it make whether a car has a
tail light burning or not inside the
city limits of Ocala. It is a foolish
proposition, and it makes the country
man dread to be caught in town after
dark, for fear of the consequence. I
know of one man whose tail light was
broken. He had one ordered. He had
to go to Ocala on business after dark.
He slipped into town, leaving his car
on the outskirts and hoofed it all
over that townfor several hours. This
is not an isolated case, but one of
many, and it hurts the city of Ocala
to have this ordinance on its books.
The newspapers have been profuse in
their warnings to autoists reerardinir
this obnoxious ordinance, and the
lesson has been well taken to heart,
and it hurts our feelings to have this
dread hanging over us for if there is
anything that a rural citizen dreads
and respects it is the city policeman.
Repeal that section of the ordinance.
Rev. B. N. Tanner and wife have
left for Cleveland, Ohio, their former
home, where they expect to spend the
balance of the summer. Mr. Tanner
is whapped up in the scheme to make
Belleview a center of attraction once
each year on the 4th of July, and
during his absence he fervently hopes
that the barbecue association will
meet, organize and get under way the
plans and buildiners for use next vear.
and when the 4th of July rolls around
ueiieview will have 5,000 people
swarming over its streets. Let's get
The Oxford barbecue is hems' look
ed forward to with pleasant antici anticipation
pation anticipation by a whole bunch of Belleview
Dr. Thos. K. Slaughter of 0fnrrl
has been a visitor to our little town
several times of late.
Oranere Snrincs. Jnlv 9; ?,r
i Vt tt i
rYank Hall returned to his home in
Titusville last week aftpr n fnw wocVe
visit to his uncle, J. B. Hall and fam
Mrs. Rast fell last Monv nioV.t
while going down the step and receiv received
ed received injuries that have confined her to
ner Dea. we vnsh lor her a speedy
Mr. Murrah was a visitor to Palat Palat-ka
ka Palat-ka a few days past.
Mr. JH. Pegram and family have
returned to Leesburg, where Mr. Peg Peg-ram
ram Peg-ram is employed as bookkeeper in ,one
of the large business firms. J
Rev. Riles will fill hia rptrnlar an.
point ment as minister next Sunday.
we nope mat everyone mat can pos possibly
sibly possibly go will attend, as there is a
slackness in this community along
the church going line.
Miss Faircloth of Lake Butler is
visiting Miss Winnie Townsend at her
lovely home near the spring.
We are sorry to hear that Miss Still
had to be taken to the hospital a few
days ago, but hope she may be
restored to health.
3E SO BAD
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, Kerensky may save Russia, if he
Let yourduty come first and every everything
thing everything will be all right at the last.
take the wheal, three or four days in
the week, and our blessing at the
You can't make a man entirely
good without making him good for
Prohibition in Russia and prepared preparedness
ness preparedness in America were alike too much
The supreme court of- Massachus Massachusetts
etts Massachusetts has decided that Mormon mar marriages
riages marriages are valid.
While the retail price of stove coal
in New York was $8 a ton, the price
at the mines was $5.
The Times-Union suggests that all
the men registered and who, tho not
called in this draft, are liable to be
selected in the next, put in their spare
time training. Good advice, and like
other good advice, not likely to be
heeded, There is no reason why the
young men of this city who are liable
to the next draft, and who have no
other work to do at night, should not
put'm two evenings every week drill
ing on the public square. The prac
tice would do them good now and
make their work easier' if they were
called later. But it is very unlikely
that they will do anything of the
A Belleview correspondent hits that
damphool tail-light ordinance a de deserved
served deserved whack in her letter elsewhere.
The city council of a Saxon town
has asked Saxons to go barefooted
because of the leather shortage in
If the government will take care of
the health of our army and navy, the
army and navy will take care or its
On the arrival of 175 carloads of
potatoes in New York recently, the
price of the, tubers at once dropped
two dollars a barrel.
Even rags have gone up in price.
Congress chews so much of the
dilapidated textile fabric that the
supply is running short.
The kaiser has decorated the leadei
of a recent air raid on London which
resulted in the death of hundreds of
women and children.
Canadian farmers recently organiz organized
ed organized to sell wool co-operatively and the
price of wool has gone up from 15c
to over GOc a pound.
After 131 years of supremacy in
the New York city directory the
Smiths have been crowded to second
place by the Cohens.
guard. He was taken out of the ;
raining camp, where he had not even
completed his course as a second lieu-
enant and put over the heads of other
officers into the command of a com company;
pany; company; There was evidently gross
favoritism somewhere, and we are
afraid the war department connived
at it. It will be a bad thing for the
service if it has done so. It's no ex excuse
cuse excuse to say he had the recommenda
tion of the adjutant general of the
state. It's a well known fact that the
adjutant general of Florida doesn't
know enough about military affairs to
command a company, and that the
regular army officers do not pay any
more attention to him than is abso-
utely necessary; also, he would- prob
ably recommend a company cook for
a captaincy if Catts told him to do so.
t's no surprise to us that Catts would
recommend for a position or put in a
position any relative or friend or
political henchman. That's what we
expected him to do. But -it's not for
the good of the service' that the war
department helps him to pull off such
stunt. We remarked, the other
day, that the army and navy depart departments
ments departments were sternly set, against fav favoritism,
oritism, favoritism, and nepotism, but we may
have spoken a little too soon.
Two great organizations the Ben Benevolent
evolent Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks
andthe Knights of Columbus are
raising a million dollars each to assist
in carrying on the war. The Elks
have decided that their million will be
spent in providing base hospitals be
hind the firing lines, in taking care of
families, of soldiers and in aiding dis
abled men to learn a new trade or
profession. Thus, this fund will be
applied directly to the men in action
and their families. The base hospitals
wilhmeet the immediate needs of our
fightmg men, while the relief of the
families left behind and the teaching
of new trades will help wondrously
in relieving the wounds of, war. The
Knights of Columbus have chosen to
spend their million upon the soldiers
before they go to the front. It wil
be used to provide recreation centers
for the men in training camps and
thus help to prepare them for the
hard and dangerous tasks before
them. Tampa Tribune.
" What are the guardians of liberty
The Chicago board of education has
ordered 40,000 new spelling books as
substitutes for old ones containing an
eulogy of the kaiser.
Sheriff Dishong of DeSoto county
is on the carpet at Tallahassee. Fail
ure to apprehend the assailant .of Rev
J. E. Trice .two years ago is said to
be the reason: A couple of good de
tectives were sent to Arcadia to work
up the case but failed. The case o
Carter and Bowden in Citrus county
leads us to wonder if Andy Carter
.wants Dishong's job.
" w . vjc -.- '::
Report of Proceedings at the Special
Meeting of the Board
Ocala, Fla., July 23, 1917.
Pursuant to call of the chairman
the board of county commissioners j
met in special session, W. D. Carn
presiding and Commissioners Carn,
Luffman, Davis and Baskin present.
Thereupon the board proceeded to;
canvass the returns of election held
July 17th, 1917, to determine whether
certain territory in said county de described
scribed described in petition filed with this
board on June 5th, 1917, should be
constituted into a special road and
bridge district under the provisions of
chapters 6208 and C879 laws of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, and seventy-five thousand ($75, ($75,-000)
000) ($75,-000) dollars in bonds of said district
be issued to construct roads and
bridges therein, and on completion of
said canvass, it being found and de determined
termined determined that the majority of the
votes cast we're in favor of the propo proposition
sition proposition to create said road and bridge
district, the following certificate of
the result of said election was order ordered
ed ordered copied in the minutes of the said
"We, the board of county commis commissioners
sioners commissioners of Marion county, Florida,
hereby certify that at a special meet
ing of said board, in the Marion coun
ty courthouse at Ocala, Florida, July
23rd, 1917, we did canvass the returns
Senator Jim Ham Lewis of Illinois
thinks that Germany is willing to of
fer fair peace terms. Senator Lewis
is a loyal American, but that doesn't j0f a special road and bridge district
prevent the ivory in his dome of
thought from assaying a very high
It's against the law for Chinese to
enter this country in search of work,
nevertheless 450 Chinese who return returned
ed returned with Gen. Pershing from Mexico
are at work for Jthe government, help
ing to build the training camp at San
Samuel Gompers, president of the
American Federation of Labor, de defends
fends defends the workmen's beer pail. He
says that you "can't make total ab abstainers
stainers abstainers by law." We have come
pretty darned near doing it in this
neck of the woods, Sam.
Newspapers now daily discuss mat-J
ters that false modesty prohibited
being referred to in print a few years
ago. The criminal element, however,
has been discussing them all along,
and that is the reason why many evils
are yet robust..
Mustering the national guard into
federal service will leave Florida
without any state troops. The dispo disposition
sition disposition of the governor to play politics
in military affairs will discourage any
new companies being formed during
The pastor of a Russian church at
Garfield, N. J., has brought suit
against three friends for cheating
him out of $800 at poker.
Wm. J. Bryan takes issue with the
president's views regarding the toler toleration
ation toleration of beer and light wines. He
would ban both in the food bill.
The Cincinnati Times-Star demands
that the first war luxury to go shall
be the luxury of permitting profes professional
sional professional loafers to live in'idleness.
The boys and girls had better joy joy-ride
ride joy-ride while they may. It is more than
probable that the government will
"conserve" the gasoline before the
year is out.
If all the buildings destroyed by
fire in the United States during last
year were erected on the two sides
of a single street, they would stretchy
out for a thousand miles.
Dr. Wiley says he has "little use
for the political prohibitionist" and
that he is not in favor of saving our
barley so that we may ship it to the
English to give them more beer.
Any German-American who ex expressed
pressed expressed sympathy for Germany when
the Lusitania was sunk is in sympa sympathy
thy sympathy with Germany today and would
rejoice at the defeat of America.
The Fort Worth (Texas) Record
does not believe the American people
are facing starvation. It says that
Texas is able to support a population
of 60,000,000 while it has less than
Mel.vin A. Traylor, president of the
Live Stock Exchange National Bank
of Chicago, says this war will be won
by the American farmer, and the de decisive
cisive decisive battles will be fought on the
wheat fields of Kansas and Nebraska.
Of the ninety anarchists who seized
a building and defied the authorities
of Petrograd,. fifteen are Russians
mi J i j i. it..
irom America, iney ueciarea io tne
police that "we wrere anarchists when
we were in the United States, but we
never got a chance there."
Ohio has adopted a "service flag"
to be displayed by families whose
relatives are in active war service.
The design is a center field of white
surrounded by a border of red. A
blue star is placed on the white field
for each member of the family in ser service."
vice." service." It is a custom that might be
adopted in other states.
The Southern Railway estimates
that the commercial crop of Irish'po Irish'po-tatoes
tatoes Irish'po-tatoes in the states served by its
system, excepting Kentucky and Ten Tennessee,
nessee, Tennessee, will amount this year to
twenty-four and a quarter million
bushels as compared with nineteen
and; a half million in the same states
According to the Lake City Index,
it was the good influence of our Catts
that caused Joe Earnian to quit his
sinful life as a liquor salesman. It's
a pity our Catts didn't convert Joe
sooner say, for instance, before
Congress and the Florida legislature
took about all the profit out of the
liquor business in this state.
Oca!a-girls have beaux all over the
state. The first few days after the
draft, this office had to give up its ex exchanges
changes exchanges to the young ladies. One
peach took the papers from two
towns and almost wept because an another
other another girl had beaten her to the sheet
from a third.
Orlando has raised a fund for Com Company
pany Company C. It now amounts to $4400.
That is considerably more than ten
times as much as Ocala has raised for
Company A. And we only have nine
days more to work in.
Alcohol has been denatured in order
to allow it to be used in the arts and
machinery. It seems to be the idea
of the he-sissies who have so much
power in our army and navy depart departments,
ments, departments, that our young men should be
denatured in order to make them
available for use in the American
They are suggesting two wheatless
days a week to enable the American
people to conserve food. If somebody
will 'fix us a nice, crisp hoecake for
breakfast, a brown, corn pone for
dinner and a big'platefull. of well well-cooked
cooked well-cooked grits for supper, they can
It is against the Star's principles to
criticise any of our young soldiers.
Even the least of them is making a
sacrifice that should win him the re respect
spect respect and secure him the help of
every citizen. Therefore Sidney J.
Catts Jr. has our best wishes. We
hope he will make a good captain and
win the hearty good-will of the men
of his company. At the same time,
his promotion, for which however he
is not responsible, has the appearance
of being most irregular. He was not
elected to the command of his com company,
pany, company, as is the custom in the national
Of Billy Sunday's $120,000 free will
offering in New York, $429 was given
for baseball uniforms for American
soldiers and sailors, and the remain remainder
der remainder was divided between the Ameri American
can American Red Cross, Y. M. C. A. and Y. W.
C. A's. war work.
Labor agitators .who were endeav endeavoring
oring endeavoring to force a strike upon local
transit lines in New York city de denounced
nounced denounced the action of one of the
companies in granting an increase in
wages as "a contemptible effort to
influence the men against joining the
Some of our biggest men, Secretary
Daniels for instance, are letting their
sons go into the service as common
seamen or privates. Some of our
smallest men, who unfortunately have
a pull, are trying to get their sons
in as officers of a rank they have
never proved their fitness for.
William Jennings Bryan says we
must win the war regardless of the
cost either in men or money. Arcad Arcadia
ia Arcadia News. .
How much of either or both is Wm.
The men who are called out first
may be officers by the time the sec second
ond second installment is called to the col color
or color s. Times-Union.
The Earman board of .control will
have the expenditure of $600,000 in
two years on citrus canker, which
may account for the great desirabil desirability
ity desirability of the job. Tampa Tribune.
Every little meaning has a move movement
ment movement of its own.
Catts has forced his son upon the
military company at Tallahassee as
captain and the boys are, very natu naturally,
rally, naturally, raising a howl. And the other
Catts kitten has been made a lieuten lieutenant
ant lieutenant in the Lake City company. In
other words, the Catts are "scratch "scratching
ing "scratching in" while the scratching is good.
Why not change it to "Kaiser"
Catts? Tampa Times.
Unjust to Germany. A man has to
have either natural born experience
or natural born ability to be a kaiser.
This Space Reserved
Let me quote you on a pumping
outfit. W. J. McGehee, distributor, tf
election held on the 17th day of July,
1917, in a certain territory described
in a petition filed with this board
June 5th, 1917, comprising all of pre
cincts. Nos. 5 and 24, and parts of pre precincts
cincts precincts Nos. 4 and 6, and that the re
sult of said election was as follows:
"There were cast in favor of the
proposition to create'such special road
and bridge district and construct
roads and bridges therein fifty-one
(51) votes; there were cast against
such proposition thirty-one (31)
votes. We therefore hnd that a ma majority
jority majority of the votes cast at such elec
tion was in favor of such proposition
o create such special road and bridge
district and construct the roads and
bridges as specified in the petition for
Witness our hands this July 23rd,
1917. W. D. Carn,
J. W. Davis,
J. G. Baskin,
Board of Co. Comrs, Marion Co
Attest: P. H. Nugent,
Clerk of Said Board.
It was further ordered that said
certificate made in duplicate be deliv delivered
ered delivered to the supervisor of registration
. Thereupon the following resolution
was unanimously adopted:
Whereas, on the 17th day of July,
1917, there was held in the territory
hereafter described an election to de
termine whether such territory should
be constituted into a special road and
bridge district under the provisions of
chapters 620 and 6879 of the laws of
Whereas, on the 23rd. day of July,
1917, the board of county commission
ers of Marion county, at a specia
meeting canvassed the returns of said
election and certified the result there
of wiiereby it was determined that the
majority of the votes cast at such
election was in favor of such propo proposition
sition proposition to jcreate said special road and
bridge district; therefore, be it
Resolved, and it is hereby ordered
that the territory hereafter described
Commencing at the north bank of
the Withlacoochee river on the range
line dividing range 17 and range 18
east, and running thence north along
said range line to its intersection with
the township line dividing township
14 and township 15 south, running
thence east along said township line
to its intersection with the range line
dividing range 19 and range 20 east
running" thence south along said-ange
line to the north bank of the Withla
coochee river, running thence in
westerly direction along the north
bank of the .Withlacoochee river to
the point of beginning; including and
embracing the whole of township 15
south irf range 18 east, the whole of
township 15 south in range 19 east
the whole of township 16 south in
range 19 east, that part of township
16 south in range 18 east lying north
of the Withlacoochee river in Marion
county, that part of township 17 south
in range 19 east lying north of the
Withlacoochee river in Marion county
and that part of township 17 south in
range 18 east lying north of the With
lacoochee river in Marion county, be
and the same is hereby constituted
into a special road and bridge district
which said road and bridge district is
hereby designated by name Dunnellon
Special Road and- Bridge District of
Marion county, Florida, and the
boundaries of said district are hereby
declared to be as above set forth.
It is further ordered that there be
cate, a newspaper published in Marion
cate, a newspaper public in Marion
county, Florida, a copy of this reso resolution
lution resolution and order once a wreek for three
The board thereupon adjourned.
W. D. Cam, Chairman.
Attest: P. H. Nugent, Clerk.
j j I I LaaatfL'
HE price of the Maxwell Car, like all oiher
- cars is going up, and on August first will
We have plenty of Wide tread Maxw ell
touring cars ready for Immediate delivery. We
unloaded six more this' week. The price is now,
Delivered to the customer, any where in the
territory, $720.00 ;
Get your Maxwell before August 1st.
Liberal time selling plan, if you desire.
We will take in your Ford, if you have one.
IL IL Carroll, Ms! ribtnf of
... .. .. ,. .. J. .. .'. S'. .. .. ..
(By the National Woman's Chris Christian
tian Christian Temperance Union.)
PUBLIC SCHOOLTEACHER'S VIEW.
A Chicago teacher, writing to the
Illinois Issue, calls attention to one
feature of the liquor evil which "edi "editors
tors "editors and doctors and reformers over overlook,"
look," overlook," namely, the "immeasurable
waste in teachers efforts caused by al alcoholism."
coholism." alcoholism." In regions, she says,
"where saloons have always been
abundant and conditions of living
usually because of alcoholism are
bad, at least one-third of the aver average
age average teacher's time Is required to
merely hold in check and partially de develop
velop develop the children of alcoholics. Most
of the abnormal and subnormal chil children
dren children have alcoholism In their families,
and the sins of the father are visited
upon the children even nnto the third
and fourth generation.
"These children have one grave fault
In common. They cannot concentrate
the mind long on any one subject not
long enough to follow the thought of
the lesson. In some this takes the
form of irritation or rebellion, and in
others there is the stupor, the dead dead-ness.
ness. dead-ness. that defies the most interesting
lesson and the most magnetic teacher.
"Of course this waste is a loss to
the normal pupils, whose teaching
must lag while these weak ones are
given special help. If we could elimi eliminate
nate eliminate wholly the effects of alcoholism,
which would require more than one
generation, elementary education
might easily be accomplished in seven
tor even six years Instead of eight
years, as at present required.
"High school and college teachers
would probably not agree with this
statement, for the simple reason that
the descendants of alcoholics seldom
get to high school or college.
We Have the Equipment an
- To serve you as you ought to be servied, and when you ate not let us
eisk you again, to let us know, for thi is the onjy way we can accomplish
Of course, sometimes, little things go wrong, but they are not inten intentional,
tional, intentional, and, if you will call us up, th will be corrected IMMEDIATELY.
UNFITNESS DUE TO ALCOHOL.
According to Lieut W. Randolph
Angell, U. S. N. R. F examining offi officer
cer officer of the Boston recruiting station,
nearly every man failing to pass the
physical examinations on application
for enlistment In the United States
Marine corps Is refused partly because
of conditions directly traceable to the
use of alcohol before maturity. The
adverse effect of even the moderate
use of intoxicants are revealed In the
examinations, and Lieutenant Angell
declares that the conditions which
make such a state of affairs should be
abolished at once.
Have your prescriptions filled at
Gerig's, the only drugstore in Ocala
employing more than one registered
Opposite postoffice, hot and cold
water; elevator; telephones; rates
rooms without bath, $1; two per persons
sons persons same room, $1.50; with bath
$1.50, and two persons same room
$2. W. S. JONES, Mgr.
THINK OF IT.
The newspapers have had a great
deal to do with the spread of this wave
of fanaticism. Ninety-nine per cent of
the papers in the United States have
devoted space to the clamoring of the
fanatics. Midas' Criterion (Liquor
BRING GOOD THINGS
FOR THE BOYS
Will the women of Marion county
give of their supply of jam, jellies,
preserves and pickles for our soldiers
in Co. A (Ocala Rifles). The com company
pany company leaves Aug. 5th, so please send
not later than Aug. 1st. Please label
the jars, giving contents and donor.
Send to either Mrs. W. S. Bullock or
Mrs. Louis R. Chazal, at Ocala.
12 pounds of SUGAR $1, with one
dollar purchase of other groceries for
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Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. 3t
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We have about fifty tons of fresh ground
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This is the finest Beef or Dairy CATTLE
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The while she fits her brood for bed,
And serubs away the dirt,
And gently brushes tangles out,
And heals the scratch that hurts,
She searches in their hearts a well
Each tiny bruised spot,
Where childish woes have pressed
And left a bitter thought.
Says, "Teacher wasn't cross just
She did not mean to scold."
And "Grandpa did not understand,
Poor Grandpa's getting old."
"I think To msaid that just in fun,
Of course you mustn't mind."
"If she was mean just pay her back
By being extra : kind."
Thus through her eyes they view
In love's most favoring light;
Then, when whispered prayers are
And all are kissed good-night,
In no love-cleansed, God-guarded
Can biterness be found,
! Since patient motherlips have drawn
The poison from each wound.
Misses Eleanor and Minnie Tremere
and Mr. Raymond Gale motored up
from Belleview yesterday evening to
see the excellent picture show at the
Mr. Frank Harris and Mrs. C. H.
Lloyd, both of the Ocala Banner, vis-i
ited the Times office this morning
while Mr. Lloyd was being examined!
for the officers' reserve corps. Tam Tampa
pa Tampa Times.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd and Mr. Har Harris
ris Harris were guests at the Hillsboro dur during
ing during their stay in Tampa. They motor motored
ed motored home last night.
Dr. and Mrs. Jack Halton, H. N.
Hall, Hal Vohe and Frank Anthony,
who will assist in the minstrel Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evening, will come up from Sara Sarasota
sota Sarasota tomorrow" morning and will re remain
main remain until Friday. St. Petersburg
Miss Ida Belle Clayton will return
home today from a several days' visit
to Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Clayton on the
Silver Springs road.
Dr. H. A. Wilson, who spent the
past winter with his daughter in Ocala
has just concluded a most enjoyable
visit to his grandchildren Dr. and
Mrs. Carney Mims in Winston-Salem,
N. C. Dr. Wilson is now the guest oft
his boyhood friend, Col. J. J. Felts at
Lone Oak, Va., and will remain there
for" several weeks.
Mrs. C. C. Bryant will entertain
her Sunday school class which con consists
sists consists of fifteen little boys, at an all all-day
day all-day picnic tomorrow at the lake.
They will go down in the morning in
Mr. Meffert's truck and spend the day
at Mr. Meffert's house. Mrs. Bryant
has also invited Mrs C. E. Simmons,
Mrs. Fred Cook, Miss Gladys Farris
o Mico A M
and Miss Annie Moorhead to attend
the picnic and help entertain her
guests who are anticipating a most
Mrs. A. E. Bearden of Kissimmee,
has arrived in Ocala for a several
weeks visit to her sister, Mrs. Belle
Mershon and Mr. Luther Mershon.
Mrs. A. T. Thomas will leave in a
few days for Tampa, where she will
make a short visit to Mrs. Neff.
! Miss Maud Lillian Little has re returned
turned returned home after a few days' visit
to Miss Angie Guthrie at Kendrick.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Anderson re returned
turned returned home yesterday afternoon
from a week's visit to their three sons
at Fort McPherson, near Atlanta.
They saw allof the Ocala boys at the
training camp who are well and sent
regards to every one at home. Mr.
and Mrs. Anderson went to the vis
itors' pavilion at Fort McPherson at
4:30 every afternoon and soldiers
there would locate any man called
for. Visitors were expected to leave
by 7:15. The boys get off at noon
Saturdays and are allowed to remain
away from camp until 9 p. m. Sunday.
None of the boys have received com commissions
missions commissions yet but some hope for them
in a week or more, otherwise those
drafted for the first call will probably
return to Ocala.
We clip the following from the
Dawson (Ga.) Weekly News:
The wedding of Miss Annie Will
Hamilton to Mr. Charles Edwards
Standley was solemnized on Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday evening at 8:30 at the home of
the bride's mother, Mrs. Georgia
Hamilton, Rev. T. B. Stanford per performing
forming performing the ceremony. Although the
engagement of the young couple had
been announced their marriage com coming
ing coming at such an early date was a com complete
plete complete surprise to all but the intimate
friends and relatives. Quite a .num .number
ber .number of these assembled at the home
to witness the nuptials.
At the end of the long hall an al altar
tar altar was improvised of palms and
ferns, with a background of smilax in
graceful drapers from the ceiling toj
the floor. Baskets of bright flowers
against the dark green foliage gavel
a pretty effect, which was heightened
by the soft light from cathedral
candles. Just before. the entrance of
the bridal party Mrs. Laura Goode
Harbinson played "Just a Song at
Twilight," and as she sounded the
notes of the Mendelssohn wedding
march little Ruth Hamilton, only sis sister
ter sister of the bride, entered alone bear bearing
ing bearing the wedding ring concealed in the
heart of a rose. She was a dainty
figure in a white lingerie frock. Miss
Bessie Lowrey was maid of honor and
wore a becoming gown in soft white
net with a picture hat of white tulle.
She carried pink roses. The bride
entered with her brother, Mr. Arthur
Hamilton, and was met at the altar
by the groom with his best man, Mr.
Davenport Edwards. The impressive
ring ceremony was used, Miss Clem Clementine
entine Clementine Marlin playing softly "A Per Perfect
fect Perfect Day" as the vows were spoken.'
The bride was very attractive in a
tailored suit of chartreuse twill in a
stylish model. Her hat in one of the
new shapes completed a toilette espe especially
cially especially becoming. Her corsage bouquet
was of shasta daisies. Born and rear reared
ed reared in Dawson the bride has endeared
herself to numerous friends whose
hearts are full of good wishes.
The groom is a resident of Ocala
Fla., but for some months held a po position
sition position in Dawson, and is highly es esteemed
teemed esteemed in business and social circles.
Scores of friends join in extending
' Shortly after the ceremony Mr.
and Mrs. Standley left for a motor
trip. They will make their home foi
the "present with the bride's mother
Mr. Standley will engage in business
"The Ragged Princess," a Fox pic picture
ture picture of a winsome waif and her ad adventures
ventures adventures will be shown at the Temple
today. Dainty June Caprice and
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fairy tale, about the little girl who
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lived in a great black orphanage and
worked all day long. She had to scour
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floors and wash dishes and do all
sorts of things that happy little girls
do not do. One day she ran away.
She ran as far and fast as she could,
until she reached what she thought
was the very end of the world. Then
she stopped, because there was a man
standing in her way. And she liked
the man. This is the charming story,
part -of little Alicia's adventures,
which of course end happily.
Books of Interest to Daughters of the
The following books are on the
shelves of the Ocala library which are
of interest to the Daughters of the
Life of: General Lee, Jefferson Da Davis,
vis, Davis, General Forrest, S. D. McEnery,
J. W. Daniel, Gen. J. E. Johnston,
Gov. F. H. Pierpont, Stonewall Jack Jackson,
son, Jackson, Dickison and His Men, Stuart
Pickett. History of the Navy of the
Confederate States, Half Hours in
Southern History, Woodrow Wilson's
History (5 volumes), Sabre and Scal Scalpel
pel Scalpel (Wyeth), Dixie, The Civil War,
Old South and the New, Old Virginia
and Her Neighbors, Writings and
Speeches of Henry W. Grady, Poems
of Lanier, Lanier's Shakspere and
The following writers have contrib contributed
uted contributed southern historical romance, and
their works are also obtainable at the
library: James Lane Allen, M. L.
Avary, George W. Cable, Charles Eg Egbert
bert Egbert Craddock, Thomas Dixon, George
Cary Eggleston, Ellis, Falkner, Geo.
M. Fenn, John Fox Jr., Furman, Cora
Harris, Joel Chandler Harris, John
Oliver Hobbs, Mary Johnston, Jean Jean-ette
ette Jean-ette Lee Lloyd, John Moore, Thomas
Nelson Page, Edgar Allan Poe's prose
and poetry, Opie Reid, Amelie Rives,
Hallie Rives, Hopkinson Smith, Owen
Wister, Marion Harland, Augusta
Evans Wilson, Christine Brush, Molly
Elliott Seawell and Wm. Gilmore
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Saxe and Mr.
Robert Saxe of Pensacola, are Ocala
visitors at the Arms House.
Miss Rhoda Thomas will leave in a
few days for Crystal River, where
she will visit Miss Eubanks, who
was her attractive guest several
Mrs. C. E. Morris, who has been
qujte sick, will leave today for Zuber,
to visit her sister, Mrs. Shaw and
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Rivers motored
to Gainesville Sunday to spend the
day. They were accompanied home
by Miss Ella May Rivers, who return returned
ed returned the next day to resume her studies.
Mrs. R. J. Rivers left today for
points in North and South Carolina
tr. spend several weeks.
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
A. C. L. SCHEDULE
Trains of the Atlantic Coast Line
will arrive and depart in Ocala at the
No. 10, Lieesburg 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. m.
No. 40, St. Petersburg to Jackson
ville, 12:54-1:14 p. m.
No. 48, Homosassa to Ocala, 1 :05
No. 49, Ocala to Homosassa, 2:25
No. 39, Jacksonville to St. Peters
burg, 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 I eesburg,
9:05 p. m.
No. 32, Lakeland to Ocalk (Sunny-
Tim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day, 9:P0 p. m.
' 12 pounds of SUGAR $1, with one
dollar purchase of other groceries for
cash, Saturday and Monday only.
Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. 3t
Collier Bros. K
n the Heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
rry modem convenience in each room. Dining room service ia
ord to none.
RATES Frpm $1.50 per day per person to $6.00.
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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 tne Tampa Coffee Mills. Get
the habit. 7-10-tf
FORD FOR SALE
A wide-tread Ford touring car;
equipped with electric lighting and
starting system, one-man top, shock
absorbers, large V radiator, etc Ap Apply
ply Apply to the Maxwell Agency. 4t
OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, JULY 26. 1917
Woodmen meet Friday evening.
Royal Arch meets Friday night.
Board of Trade meets Friday even evening.
ing. evening. Mr. J. G. Parrish is spending a few
days at the Hillsboro in Tampa.
The largest line of bathing caps in
the city all shades, shapes and col color.
or. color. The Court Pharmacy. 15-tf
Mr. J. P. Galloway returned home
yesterday from a brief stay in
Let me figure with you on your oil
engine W. J. McGehee, distributor, tf
Mr. A. A. Robinson of Anthony is
among the business visitors in the
city today. He registered for the
The largest line cf bathing caps in
the city all shades, shapes and col-
ors The Court Pharmacy.
Messrs. Z. Spinks of Dunnellon and
Bat Lanier of Tavares were in the
city last night. These two sterling
citizens seem to have an affinity for
The Star has had occasion to drop
a few subscribers within the past few
days for N. P. D. However, the sus suspensions
pensions suspensions have been more than doubled
by new subscribers, who in each in instance
stance instance deposited the wherewithal!.
Now is the time to pjant camphor
trees. Prices low. Call '288. tf
Mr. H. W. Tucker has returned
from Crystal River, Where he wired
the Crystal River Inn for electricity.
The Camps furnished the current
from their hydro-electric plant. Crys
tal River, with its fishing business,
cedar mill and fine farming country,
is one of the prosperous communities
of Florida. '-
Sergeant George C. Woods has
heard the, call to the colors and re-
enlisted. His time was out two years
ago and he turned to civil life, but he
feels like he must do his bit in real
war, so he has gone back into" Com Company
pany Company A. The Woods family has three
boys, George, Charles and Alex, in
the National Guard, and their father,
who served with the Florida regiment
in the Spanish-American war, would
serve if the age limit did not bar him.
Most of Them Ready to Eat
Purity Cross Creamed Chicken a
la king, Shad Roe, Herring Roe,
Shrimp Crab Meat for Deviled
Crabs, Beef Stew, Corned Beef
Hash, Hamburger Steak, Saus Sausage
age Sausage Meat, Luncheon Sausage,
Vienna Sausage, Roast Beef,
Corned Beef, Beef Loaf, Ham'
Loaf, Chicken Loaf, Veal Loaf,
Potted Beef, Potted Tongue,
Underwood's Deviled Ham, Dev Dev-iled
iled Dev-iled Tongue, Cooked Brains.
o filMf FRY
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Bettei
Work for the mo;cy than any other
contractor in the city.
Will sell my plac as a whole or will,
sell stock, equipment; crops or land or
any part of either separately. r
The price is right. See me.
E. E. McLIN.
SUCCESSFUL "TOWN FARMERS
Ocala has a number of young farm farmers
ers farmers .this season with anywhere from
five to 100 acres in crops on land
owned by themselves or leased near
town. Most of these young men are
doing well with the crop, some com commencing
mencing commencing early with vegetables and
running the scale of staple crops, now
planting sweet potatoes.
Among those whom we recall are
the Chazal brothers, the Collier
brothers, George Woods, Albert Har Har-ri
ri Har-ri s M. L. Reynolds and others. Mr.
Reynolds "has just finished putting in
twenty acres of sweet potatoes four
miles south of town on the Belleview
road on new land. He is cutting vines
now from his first planting to plant
the last and the field certainly looks
fine. He scarcely lost a vine that
was planted, so perfect has been the
season. Mr. Reynolds will have thou thousands
sands thousands of bushels of potatoes unless all
signs fail. All of these men, with
many others whose 'names we do not
know, have carried on their other
work while doing this' farming.
All August Magazines now in at
The Book Shop. 3t
Tnko Weir. Julv 25. Mrs. W. J
Frink of Jacksonville motored' from
Orala Sundav evening to spena sev-
oral rlavs with her aunt. Mrs. J. G.
Spurlin and Mrs. li. w. nenry.
Mrs. H B. Potter of Jacksonville
has been spending the past week with
her narents. Mr. and Mrs. K. L,. mar
tin. Mrs. Potter left Monday to ojm
Mr Pntter fn Jacksonville, wnen
thpv will leave for their annual vaca
tion trip to New York and Washing
rnn Their httle son Martin, win re
main with his errandparents until
- Mr. Stager of the Mucian t arms
returned a few days ago from
mouth's vacation spent at his home
Woodward Yongue left Saturday
for an indefinite visit to relatives m
Mrs. W. B. Gray of Tampa returned
home yesterday after a pleasant visi
of ten days to her brother, Mr. J. L,
Carnev and sister. Mrs. James Hill
who is spending the summer on the
Dr. and Mrs. Henry, Miss .Eloise
and her truests, Miss Ball, Miss riar
vey and Miss Nelson, accompanied by
Mrs. K. H. Clements, motored to Salt
Springs last Friday morning where
they were jemed by the Kogers, rer
kins. rialiy. smith, btanaiand ana
several other families from Lake Bry
ant, Lake Kerr and Electra. Nineteen
automobiles lined up at the springs i
before noon, and everyone took to the
cool, invigorating water like ducks.
The crowd led by Mr. Bob Rogers and
Dr. Henry set the nets for- mullet
fishing and inside of an hour caught
thirty-four which 'was none too many
for the hundred people that gathered
around the table about 1 o'clock.
Now if Mr. Benjamin will go over
there sometime he will find out what
makes the wheels go round in that
neighborhood. We think it is the fine
cooks. Thearmers' wives indirectlv
feed the nation we are told, and a fine
illustration can be traced to that sec section
tion section of Florida. Salt Springs is an another
other another neglected asset of Florida. A
more beautiful and healthful spot
cannot be found in America. The
mineral waters are cold, just a little
brackish and as clear as Silver
Springs, with three boils in the cen center
ter center of the spring all surrounded by
a high bank of magnificent oaks and
other trees which afford a cool, shady
spot to bathe at all hours of the day.
Rev. John Herndon of Ocala, will
conduct services in the, Baptist
church Sunday night at 7 p. m. Miss
Cecile Downs .has consented to sing
The largest line of bathing caps in
the, city all shades, shapes and col colors.
ors. colors. Th3 Court Pharmacy. 15-tf
A coat now and then of DAVIS?
OLD COLONY WAGON PAINT pre
serves your wagons and farm imple implements
ments implements and makes them look like new.
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Miss Cora May Pillans is the guest
of her grandmother, Mr3. J. C. Pil Pillans
lans Pillans at Electra for a week or more.
Miss Ruth Howell's friends are de delighted
lighted delighted to see her out again after a
several weeks illness.
A party of young people will motor
to the springs this afternoon where
they will have supper and dance be before
fore before returning.
Mrs. T. A. Perry is expected home
this afternoon from Lake City, where
she has been the guest of her daugh-
er for the past two months.
Mr. J. P. Phillips, Mr. Wr. T. Gary
and Mr. L. H. Pillans are fishing to today
day today at Half Moon lake. They will
return home tonight.
Miss Katherine Livingston, who has
been visiting Mrs. John Burry of Or
ange Lake, is expected home in a few
days. She will be accompanied by
Miss Beulah Whitney of Jacksonville,
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Osborne and
Miss Gladys Osborne will motor to
Tampa today. Miss Osborne will
make a short visit to Miss Melvine
Burts and will later go to Plant City
to' visit Miss Katherine Mays.
Mrs. Rex G. Todd and daughter,
Miss Rexie Todd, expect to leave the
latter part of next week for Brevard,
N. C;, where they will join Mrs. E. H.
Martin fort he remainder of the sum-
Miss Alice Campbell expects to
leave shortly after the members of
Co. A leave for Murfreesboro and
Tullahoma, Tenn., where she will
spend the remainder of the summer
with relatives. A
Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Wyatt have re returned
turned returned home after a several weeks'
absence. Mrs. Wyatt has been visit visiting
ing visiting Mrs. H. S. Chambers at the lake,
and Rev, Wyatt has been in Ken Kentucky!
Mrs. Frederick Hocker and little
son Clifford expect to leave next week
for a two months' visit to Dr. and
Mrs. J. C. Montgomery and Mrs.
Granville Watkins in Elizabethtown,
" -.. ..- ..
Miss Wynona Wetherbee who has
been attending summer school in
Knoxville, Tenn which closes tomor
row afternoon, will be the guest of
friends there until Sunday, when she
will go to Atlanta for an extended
visit to her relatives, Col. and Mrs.
Courtland Winn. k
Misses Morris Newman and Eliza
beth Maxwell, two charming young
Jacksonville girls, will arrive in
Ocala the first part, of next week to
visit Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Maughs.
Miss Maxwell is a great granddaugh
ter of the late Dr. Troupe Maxwell,
who lived in Ocala for several years.
Mr. John McCabe of Jacksonville
is ip the city on" a visit to his sister,
Mrs, S. E. Leigh.
Captain Sam Pyles and daughter,
Miss Catherine, are home from a trip
thru Georgia and the Carolinas. While
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 HUONTH
call and see my list of houses, from
L 'M. MURRAY
Room 5 Holder BIk.
V ANTED. LOST, FO UND. PO V
SALE. FOR RIT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
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FOR SALE Grist mill; a 24-inch un under
der under runner French corn mill complete,
practically new Will be sold for half
price. Apply to George Giles & Co..
Ocala, Fla. 7-20-tit
WAJNTKD ahree thousand or more
laborers and carpenters for work in
constructing government cantonment
near Columbia, S. C. Quarters for
boarding and sleeping men right on
the grounds. Don't write but come.
Plenty of work for jr everybody and
good wages. Be patriotic and do your
bit. Take receipt for railroad fare,
which we will refund to you after
you have worked a week. Hardaway
Contracting Company, Columbia, S.
WANTED Fifty plumbers and pipe
fitters; wages $5.50 for eight hours.
Take receipt from railroad- for, trans transportation
portation transportation which will be returned to
you when you report for work. Walker
Electric and Plumbing Co., United
States Cantonment, Columbia, S. C.
Advertise in the Star.
in Georgia, they saw Dr. Boozer, who
is at the home of his brother, and is
somewhat more robust than when he
left here, but is yet almost helpless.
Mr. J. L. Ross and mother, Mrs.
A. T. Ross, sister Miss Daisy Ross
land daughter Miss Mattie Ross came
in from Williston this morning to
spend the day in the city, returning
home this afternoon.
Blitchton, July 25-
and Arch Fant spent
r r icay at Irvine.
Mr. W. P. Hammons and Miss
Rowena Hammons visited Ocala last
Miss Lula Sanders entertained a
few of her friends Tuesday evening.
Ice cream and cake were served dur during
ing during the evening.
Miss Oda Batch entertained Wed
nesday night for her guest, Miss
barah Henry of Hawthorn. M
Henry returned home Friday accom
panied by Mrss Oda Blitch, who will
be her guest for two weeks.
: Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Hammons, Miss
Rowena Hammons and Mr. F. O
Blitch motored to Morriston Satur
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Fant spent Sun
day at Morriston.
A f jfc S
a lew oi our Doys enjoyed a chick
en pillau at the Fantville school house
Mr. G; J. Blitch of Williston called
Sunday en route to Ocala.
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Blitch spent
bunday at Pleasant Hill.
Mrs. Arthur Mann, of Fort Meade
spent last week with her. sister, Mrs
B. C. Blitch.
Little Miss Flora McKay is visit visiting
ing visiting her aunt, Mrs. E. A. Osborne of
Let me sell you your feed crasher,
W. f. McGehee, distributor. tf
I have anything in the electrical
line. Ask about them. W. J. McGehee,
USED MAXWELL ROADSTER
A used Maxwell Koadster, good
condition., A bargain. The Maxwel
Agency. Ocala. Florida. 7-14-17.W?
"Unclassified" ads bring results.
Shotguns and Rifles.
, When a shotgun or rifle Is cleaned
a cork of proper size should be inserted
in the end of the barrel. By prevent preventing
ing preventing the entrance of damp this will pre
serve its value as well as its useful
ness. This practice is not followed to
the same extent as it should be even
among those who take special pride in
firearms. It is said that a bit of cam camphor
phor camphor inserted in the barrel will also
aid in preventing the accumulation of
There is the Isle of Dogs and WhaleJ
island, Pewitt island in Essex and
Crane and Gulf islands off the coast of
Cornwall, England, Near Lundy island
are Rat island and the Hen and Chiok Chiok-ens.
ens. Chiok-ens. A few miles off the coast of
Wales are Puffin Island, Sheep island
and the Cow and Calf island in Pem Pembroke.
broke. Pembroke. Was Looking for Easy Money.
"I asked for alimony of $50 a week.
I see wimmen are getting that right
along."- "But, madam," expostulated
the lawyer, "your husband is earning
only $12." "What's that got to do with
It? I thought the government provided
Caller "Is it true, my dear, that
your, husband is very absent-minded?"
Mrs. Newly "Yes. We've been mar
ried six months, and many an evening
at eleven he gets up, takes me by the
hand, tells me what a delightful time
he has had, and would leave if I didn't
remind him." Boston Transcript.
When Clock Gets Out of Order.
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 tie
works are actually out of order the
fumes will act on the machinery. It Is
quite a simple but a tried remedy.'
"Coals to Newcastle."
"To carry-coals to Newcastle" means
to do something that is superfluous.
Newcastle being a great coal field,
carrying coals there would be a type
o unnecessary action. The French
have a saying "to carry water to the
river" for the same thing, and there
are several Latin equivalents.
Johnny Was Curious.
As a great privilege, John was taken
to church to see his baby cousin bap baptized.
tized. baptized. ; Just as the minister had the
water all ready and there was a hush
in the congregation, John leaned to toward
ward toward his mother and asked in a too
audible stage whisper, "Hot or cold?"
If thou art successful and lovest the
wife of thy bosom, then fill her stomach
and clothe her back. . .Make glad
her heart during the time that thou
hast. She is a field profitable to its
owner. Ptah Hotep.
Mrs. Gramercy "I'm having the
greatest difficulty in finding a new
cook." Gramercy "That doesn't sur surprise
prise surprise me in the least, my dear. You
seem to have had about all the cooks
there are on the market."
He who seeks only for faults sees
nothing else, and will be so fully con conscious
scious conscious of the faults of others that he
will be at fault himself.
? Most Sacred Thing.
Everything that is mine even to my
life, I may give to one I love, but the
secret of my friend is not mine to
give. Philip Sidney.
Job for a Versatile Man.
According to a London paper, the
Lady's Magazine for 17S0 contained. the
following comprehensive- advertise advertisement:
ment: advertisement: "Wanted, for a sober family, a
man of light weight who fears the
Lord and can drive a pair of horses.
He must occasionally wait at table,
join in household prayer, look after
horses, and read a chapter in the Bi
ble. He must rise at seven in the
morning, obey his master and mistress
in all lawful commands, and if he can
dress hair, sing psalms, and play at
cribbage. so much the better. Wages,
fifteen guineas a year." v
Saloniki's Old Churches.
The finest remains of the ancient
city of Saloniki are its churches. How
they ever survived the tempests of the
Middle Ages is a miracle. Neverthe Neverthe-ness
ness Neverthe-ness they did, 22 of them. And they
stand today, turned back into churches
after their 500 years of use, as
mosques, illustrating the story of By
zantine ecclesiastical architecture even
more beautif ullyrin certain ways, than
those of Constantinople. Moreover,
they make up among them a museum
of the lost Byzantine art of mosaic,
unrivaled save in Constantinople and
Longfellow and Tennyson.
Longfellow and Tennyson were not
personal friends of longstanding, but
they became friends late in life. Long Longfellow
fellow Longfellow was born February 27, 180J, and
Tennyson August 6, 1809, but they
never met until 1868, when Longfellow
visited England. Writing from there to
a friend in this country he said: "We
came last night from Freshwater,
where we had passed two happy days
with Tennyson not at his house, but
mostly with him. He was very cordial
and very amiable and gave up his whole
time to us."
Not Quite Perfect.
In this neighborhood there Is one
little boy who seems so well brought
up and altogether so desirable a child
that for a time we felt sure the neigh neighbor
bor neighbor women wouldn't be able to think
of anything to say, but now' we under understand
stand understand from a reliable source that it's
a perfect shame that his parents are
jeopardizing his whole future by not
having his teeth straightened. Ohio
Forrest had just started to school
and was shy toward his teacher, so she
selected a lesson about a dog and en endeavored
deavored endeavored to get some expression from
him. She talked about the dog in the
picture, told him that she liked a big,
curly, black, dog best, and then asked
what kind of dog he liked best. She
was considerably surprised when he
answered, "Green ones."
Candy Vies With Tobacco.
Now comes the report of a Massa Massachusetts
chusetts Massachusetts woman who is ninety-nine
years old and has eaten candy all her
lffe. This seems a genuine novelty.
We have often wondered why some
other trade did not get in a few claims
with these centenarians, instead of let
ting the tobacco people take all the
honors. Providence Journal.
A New York stenographer has set
a new record by writing 137 words a
minute.' Some day a stenographer will
not only be able to write that many
words, but to spell them correctly
and then the millennium will be at
hand. Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Willis "What kind of a time did you
have at Bump's last evening?" Gillis
"Very unintelligible. I couldn't under understand
stand understand anything they said to their baby
or anything the phonograph played or
anything that my wife whispered to me
behind their backs." Judge.
"What sort of a man is he?" "Well,
he's the sort of a man who will have
his stenographer call you on the tele telephone
phone telephone and keep you waiting three or
four minutes for him to get around to
ask a favor of you." Detroit Free
"I want to apologize, Blakely, for my
rudeness last evening. I assure j'ou
I didn't intend it." "Well, for the love
of Mike, mean it next time I hate to
see a man's actions and his intentions
Tiarmonize so poorly." Judge.
Safe for a Couple of Days.
Teacher "This makes four times
I've had to punish you this week, Bob Bobbie.
bie. Bobbie. What have you to say to that?"
Bobbie 'Tm glad it's Friday, teach teacher."
er." teacher." Judge.
Glass-Eye Was Misbehaving.
"Mrs. Murphy, have you seen my
glass eye?" "Yes, sor; it was readin'
one of your letters, and I hid it in the
Worth While Quotation.
"Pleasure comes through toil and
not by self-indulgence and indolence.
When one gets to love work, his life is
a happy one." Ruskin.
Spotlessness may do for angels re repentance
pentance repentance unto life is thi highest that
belongs to men. F. W. Ilot.ertsoa.
Dr. A. R. Blott
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
save her temper and energy and do a thousand times more damage to the
roach family if she was provided with a can of Fenole and a sprayer. e e-noie
noie e-noie spray gets right into the hiding places, the breeding places of
roaches, slays them right and left without mercy for age, color, or breed;
it destroys even the "roachy odor" that permeates their haunts.
Fenole is sold in your town by Anti-Monopoly Drug Store, tarn tarn-Thomas
Thomas tarn-Thomas Co Court Pharmacy, H. B. Masters Co., Ollie Mordis, Ocala Seed
Store, Smith Grocery Co Tyding's Drug Store, Clarkson Hardware Co.
Gallons.. $2 Gallons:$1.25 Quarts.. 75c
Sprayers (common).. 50c Sprayers (automatic) .$1.
We manufacture: Fenole Stock & Poultry Spray, F. C. K. Flea Router,
Kreolis (liquid disinfectant), Fenole Powdered Disinfectant, Floor Oil, Ce-1
dar Oil Polish, Sweeping Compound Liquid Soap. Agents for Toilet Pa Paper,
per, Paper, Towels, Drinking Cups, etc. Write us for prices.
FENOLE CHEMICAL COMPANY
In spite of the gathering war
clouds, on account of the expected de departure
parture departure of our soldiers boys and to
keep up the grandest social gathering
for many counties around, Oxford
will, on the second day of August, rty
to duplicate or break the record of the
annual barbecue. Everybody invited
to be present and help make it a day
of pleasure not soon to be forgotten.
r Militalic Mirrors for
The Book Shop.
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
12 pounds of SUGAR $1, with one
klollar purchase of other groceries for
cash, Saturday and Monday only.
Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. 3t
SEABOARD LOCAL SCHEDULE
No. 9-Leaves Jacksonville 1:20 p.
m.; ucaia-4:io p. m. Arrives lampa,
7:35 p. m.
No. 1 Leaves Jacksonville 9:30 p.
m.; ucaia, :4o a. m. Arrives ot. Pe
tersburg, 7:45 a. m.
No. 3 Leaves 'Jacksonville 9:30 a.
m.; Ocala, 12:59 p. m.
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
ville, 6:45 a. m.
No. 4 Leaves Tampa, 9:10 a, m.;
arrive Ocala 1:10 p. m.; arrive Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville 5:10 p. m.
Come in and let me show you a
Williams Grist Mill. W. J. McGehee,
Now is the time to take up the
matter of buying a pea huller. W. J.
McGehee, distributor. tf
Whitweil, Term., writes:
"I suffered with bearing bearing-down
down bearing-down pains. : The
dizzy spells got so bad
that when I would start to
walk, I would just pretty
nearly fall. Was very
( much run-down. I told
my husband I thought
Cardul would help me.
He got me a bottle. . It
helped me so much that
he got me another bottle.
I got a whole lot better.
The dizzy spells and the
left me entirely."
If. you are weak and
.run-down, or suffer frca
The Woman's Tonic
Toucan feel safe In giv-
ing Cardui a thorough
trial. It is composed of
mild, vegetable, medicl- LJ
nal ingredients, recog-
nized by standard medi medical
cal medical books for many years,
as being of great value in
the. troubles from which
only women suffer. The
enthusiastic praise of the
thousands of women who
have been helped by
Cardui in its past 40 years
of successful use should
assure you of its genuine
merit, and convince you.
that it would be worth
.your while to try this
medicine for your trou troubles.
bles. troubles. All druggists sell it
KZJ U U U U LZJ
Of all the pesky critters that on-
spire to maKe a aeceni man a uu"
uncomfortable there are none more
repulsive than that filthy member of
the insect family commomy ktowu
the cockroach. The angry housewife
may grab the broom and make short
xrnrk nf a single roach, but she could
OCALA PRATER HAL ORDERS
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODUE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &
ATM., mee-ts o the hrst a&a. thlr
Thursday evenink; of each month
:00 o'clock, until further notice.
H. M. Weathers, W. M.
jjrrf rri .'VM'tar
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.
Orcar Andrews, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
WOODMEN OF TnE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sov ereign s are ailway s welcome.
T. D. Lancaster, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S-,
ueets at Yonge's hall the second an-i
'ourth Thursday evenings of each
aonth at 730 o'clock.
Mrs Rosalie Condon. Secretary.
Mrs. Susan Cook. W. M.
OC ALA 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
ren always welcome. Club house oppo
site postoffice, east side.
C. W. Hunter, E. R.
E. J. Crook, Secretary.
KNIGHTS Of FYi'fcUAS
Ocala Lodge No. IS. Conventions
held everv Mondav nieht at 7:30
at the Castle Hall, over the James
Carlisle drugstore. A cordial welcome
to visiting brothers.
E. L. Stapp, C. C.
Chas. K. -Sage, K. of R. S.
CHAFTEK JNU. 13, K. A. Vu
Regahvr oOiivocatiioa of,tb Ocala
Chapter No. 13, H. A. M., on th
ourth Friuay id everv mouth
8 p. m. B. C. Webb, H. P.
Jake BrowTi Sec'y.-
When you have plumbing or elec electrical
trical electrical contracting, let us turnish you
estimates. No job too large and none
too small tf H. W. Tucker.
We have half a dozen Prest-o-Lite
t tanks, two sizes, for sale at bargains.
The Maxwell Agency, Ocala, Fla. It
We have two Ford cars for sale.
Bargains. The Maxwell Agency,
Ocala, Fla. 7-14-4t
V. K. Lane, at. L Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocalii,
r lorida. u
Keep Mosquitoes Away
From the Babyl
Let the little fellow fcT
chance to sleep! He will be
happier and grow faster.
Keep the moaqaitoe out of
' your home and every member of
your family will better enjoy life.
Sreei if you can. of coarse.
But screens won't keep all of
them out. Some will get in the
house despite all you can do.
Rid of Mosptoes
They ftifht shy of any room in
which it is ujJ. A few drops'
mikes them "get bene.
Sprinkle Sleep Insurance
on bed linen. It doesn't stain,
doesn't smell badly, and littia
lasts all night.
Fifteen cents buys a good sised
bottle. All druggists sell it.
Use it once you'll never again
be prey for mosquitoes.
Sleep Insurance Co., Ilfgrs.
. JacksocTills, FlarWa
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