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London, June 10. A careful an analysis
alysis analysis of the various official an announcements
nouncements announcements on the progress of the
war during the last twelve hours has
led British observers to believe that
the wearied Russians have been suc successful
cessful successful in gaining a breathing space
along the eastern front. That stub stubborn
born stubborn resistance has been encountered
by the Austro-Germans is indicated
by Tetrograd's announcement that
2000 Austro-German prisoners have
been taken near Przemysl.
Berlin, however, claims an ad advance
vance advance in certain directions and de declares
clares declares the Austro-Germans have oc occupied
cupied occupied Stanislau, an important rail railroad
road railroad center.
In the west the French make their
usual report of slow progress, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by repulses of German counter
attacks. Berlin admits the French
have made some advances.
According to Vienna, the efforts of
the Italians to cross the Isonzo river,
near Corizia, have been repulsed after
a serious engagement.
NAVY AND ARMY
Over Three Million Men are Now
.Fighting for the Empire
. London, June 10. The total num
ber of men for the army and navy
sanctioned by parliament for service
so far in the present war is 3,200,000,
Premier Asquith announced today.
DOES NOT MAKE,
Another Mexican President Put Out
and Still Another Put In
"Washington, June 10.- Roque Gon Gonzales
zales Gonzales Garza, head of the Villa-Zapata
government of Mexico City, was de deposed
posed deposed yesterday by the convention in
session there. Lagos Chazaro, a Villa
delegate from Chihuahua, was elevat elevated
ed elevated to the provisional presidency.
State department advices today told
of the change.
MORE THAN A QUARTER
OF A MILLION MEN
Is the Loss- to Britain Since the War
London, June 10. The resignation
of Secretary of. State Bryan and the
nature of the American note to be sent
Germany, which brought it about,
transcends in interest all else bearing
on the war. Even the news that an another
other another submarine had been sunk and
Balfours' announcement that subma submarine
rine submarine prisoners hereafter would be
treated like all other prisoners of war
took second place in the newspapers.
It was officially announced in the
House of Commons that the" casual casualties
ties casualties among the British expeditionary
forces on the continent and in the
Mediterranean, had amounted to more
than a quarter a million men. A
little less than half of these casual casualties
ties casualties have occurred since April 11th.
Naval casualties were not included.
NOTICE TO MEMBERS
OF METROPOLITAN BAND
, A business meeting of the above
organization is called in the room
, over the Commercial Bank or Friday
night, June 11th, for election of offi officers,
cers, officers, secretary's report and for. a 'dis 'discussion
cussion 'discussion as to the best plan to keep
the organization going. This invita invitation
tion invitation is extended to all bandmen, mus musicians
icians musicians and the business men of the
city who have the welfare of the
band at heart, and it is hoped that
everyone interested will attend this
meeting which is called at 8:15 p. m.
. A. E. Gerig, Director.
B. F. Borden, Secretary.
THE STAR IS
1 1 IP
BUT DDES HOT AT
BUS PERHAPS CHECK
ARE HOT HEARD FROM
COLOSSAL CORN CROP
Our County this Autumn will Ilave
Solid Prosperity to Fail
Whatever may or may not have
been done in vegetables .in this part
of the state, the corn crop is the big biggest
gest biggest and the best, in our"opinion, that
the county has ever grown. Indeed,
this condition seems to prevail over
all of the better farming sections of
the state, based on extensive travel
over different sections. Some of the
farmers report that'their corn is ab-
normally high and just beginning to
sjlk. The yield, from all indications,
will be enormous.
For example, Mr. C. P. Howell has
a 35-acre field' on his farm just be beyond
yond beyond the city limits which he will
later cut and chop up, ears, stalks
and leaves and put in his silos, that
he says is 16 feet high and the corn
is just silking and growing so rapid rapidly
ly rapidly that one can almost hear it on a
still night. Mr. Howell says the
j yield in silage per acre will be a re
cord breaker, and in all of his farm farming
ing farming experience he has never seen such
A great corn crop is a mighty fine
thing to fall back on and Marion
county can congratulate herself on
having the best ever.
OCA LANS IN ORLANDO
Strong Delegation from this Town to
the Phenomenal City
Many or all of those named in the
list in the Star went to Orlando, to
attend the Dixie Highway meeting
today. Secretary Roohey went on the
early morning train, and the others
followed in cars. At 10 o'clock this
morning the Star received the follow following
ing following telegram:
JOrian4o, June 10, 9:45 a. m.
( Chazal's jitneyeadjng,, we arrived
n Q o, m, Tnke--ffrTd Orange roads
are being worked and are bad.
R. L. M.
AT ST. PHILIP'S CHURCH
Tomorrow, feast of the Sncred
Heart cf Jesus, service will be at 7
a. m. The special feature of this feast
will be the making of the self conse consecration
cration consecration to the divine heart of Jesus.
For the summer the Sunday ser services
vices services will be at 9 a. m. and at 5 p. m.
Daily service at 6:30 a. m.
FIRE LAST NIGHT
The fire department was called out
at one o'clock last night byn alarm
from South Magnolia street. The fire
was discovered in a barn at the cor corner
ner corner of Magnolia and South Eighth
streets, belonging to Mr. D. S. Wood Wood-row
row Wood-row and used by a hackman named
Bud Cooper. The barn with all its
contents was destroyed, as the fire
had gained great headway before it
was discovered. Cooper lost a horse,
buggy and surrey, valued at about
$250, with no insurance.
How the fire started is a mystery
as so far as known no one had been
in the barn since early in the evening.
Cooper runs a day hack on the streets
but had not been near the barn since
he put up his outfit for the night
some five or six hours before the fire.
OCALA SEED STORE
A full line of Corn, Oats, Bran,
Short?, Hay and Molasses feeds. C5tf
Call and see the weekly war pic pictures
tures pictures from the London Graphic on
view at Williams' Candy and Cigar
Store, hole in the wall, on Magnolia
street. Home made cream candies,
20c and 35c boxes Pure and de delicious.
licious. delicious. 26-lm
H A IT A
U C ALA
OOALA, FLORIDA THURSDAY,
THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE
TEUTONIC DRIVE BUT BRITISH
A- FALSE ALARM
FRENCH CHARGE AGAINST A
GERMAN OFFICER PROVES
TO HAVE NO FOUNDA FOUNDATION
TION FOUNDATION (Associated Press)
Paris, June 10. The captain of J.he
German converted cruiser Prinz Eitel
Friedrich has been arrested, disguised
as a cook, on an Italian steamer, says
an Algerian News dispatch.
Commander Thierichens of the
Eitel interned his vessel at Newport
News April 7th. He and his officers
gave their paroles to the United
States, agreeing not to leave the
country, although they had freedom.
The cjuiser had an adventurous car career
eer career and destroyed many allied mer merchantmen.
chantmen. merchantmen. ABSENT ON LEAVE
Norfolk, Va., June 10. It waa
stated at the navy yard here, where
the Eitel is interned, that Commander
Thierichens secured a two weeks'
leave of absence about a week ago
and disappeared. His whereabouts
Norfolk, June 10. Commander
Thierichens of the Prinz Eitel Fried Fried-erich
erich Fried-erich has been away on a visit to
eastern cities but has returned to his
ship here. One of the minor officers
of the Eitel, however, is said to be
absent and to have overstayed his
CAPTURED TWO CRIMINALS
Good Piece of Work by the Police
As the result of a good piece of de detective
tective detective work by Marshal Adams and
Night Policeman Wells, a negro man
and woman were put under arrest
last evening as suspects in the rob robbery
bery robbery that occurred Tuesday night at
the residence of Mr. M. J. Roess on
Minnie Albert and Willie Johnson
were arrested at the home of the for former
mer former at an early hour last evening.
After the officers had questioned Min Minnie
nie Minnie for a time she admitted that she
had seen a negro man bury some ob
ject in the ground just in the rear. of
the Hall residence night before last.
The premises were searched and at
the place indicated the officers found
three diamond rings and a diamond
lavallier, the property which Mrs.
Roess missed from her home Tuesday
Minnie and Willie are now occupy occupying
ing occupying cells in the county jail, awaiting
preliminary hearing. Not much cre credence
dence credence is placed in the story told by
the Albert woman about a man hav having
ing having buried the valuables, tho the po police
lice police are making every effort to round
up anyone who may have had a hand
in the robbery.
SOME NAVAL SUCCESS
British Sunk a Submarine and a Gun Gunboat
boat Gunboat and Captured a
London, June 10. Official an announcement
nouncement announcement is made by Secretary of
the Admiralty Balfour that a German
submarine had been sunk and that
six of her officers and members of her
crew had been captured. The Turkish
gunboat Marmaris has also been sunk
and the Turkish transport Mosul has
been captured. The action took place
in the Persian gulf region.
Get an EL FLO No. Z OCanner. The
Marion Hardware Company, Dis Distributor,
tributor, Distributor, x 9-6t
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AMERICAN HUE IS FIRM, BUT IS
Washington, June 10, The United
States yesterday sent Germany a note
reiterating its demand for reparation
for the loss of American lives by the
sinking of the Lusitania, and setting
forth the earnest desire, of the Amer American
ican American government that Germany sig signify
nify signify her early adherence to the prin principles
ciples principles of international law, and that
neutrals be permitted to. travel on
unarmed ships without being subject
to the dangers of submarine warfare.
This was couched in more friendly
terms than it was believed would be
used when the unsatisfactory an answer
swer answer to the American note of May
13th, arrived from .Germany.
BRYAN WILL ISSUE ANOTHER
Washington, June 10 Former Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of State Wm. J. Bryan is pre preparing
paring preparing another statement, of his at attitude
titude attitude in the situation between the
United States and Germany, which
he intends to issue with the appear appearance
ance appearance of the text of the "American note
in tomorrow morning's newspapers.
Pending publication of the new
note, officials have declined to discuss
its details today. However, it was de declared
clared declared it is no more in the nature of
an ultimatum that was the first note.
It makes it very plain, however, that
the United States expects Germany
to cease attacks on American ships
GERMAN POSITION. ON
Germany's reply to the second Am American
erican American note, regarding the sinking of
the William P. Frye, an ; American
sailing ship, reached the state depart department
ment department today. The reply insists that
stopping supplies to enemy belliger belligerents
ents belligerents may be affected by the destruc destruction
tion destruction of contraband and destruction of
the ship. Also, it is contended that a
prize court is necessary to fix the ac account
count account compensation; that there is no
occasion for direct diplomatic nego negotiations
tiations negotiations unless the priz court should
fail to award compensation. It adds
that Germany admits the obligation
to pay compensation, however.
PUT TOE LID ON
London, June 10. A dispatch from
Amsterdam says the "news of Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Bryan's resignation became
known in Germany yesterday and
caused a deep stir. The foreign of office
fice office ordered the newspapers to re refrain
frain refrain from commenting on the resig resignation
nation resignation until further notice."
A WEDDING THIS EVENING
Mr. J. E. Burgess and Miss Rochelle
Folks will be married tonight at the
home of the bride's parents at Romeo.
The young couple will visit relatives
in this county for a few weeks, after
which they will go to North Carolina
to reside. The bride is a sister of Mr.
G. E. Folks of the Campbell Farm
SHIPPING LOPES- IN CARS
The cantaloupe shippers have be begun
gun begun loading carlot shipments of can cantaloupes
taloupes cantaloupes and a number of cars will
move this week. The melon men are
also loading and a good many cars of
melons will roll from Marion county
this week. The prices on these first
carloads should be very fancy.
WILLIAMS 'ON HIS WAY
Times-Union, 10th: Judge David S.
Williams, United States commissioner
of the southern district of Florida,
was in Jacksonville yesterday and
registered at the Aragon hotel. Al Although
though Although Judge Williams is a native of
Flushing, L. I., he is a Floridian by
adoption of thirty-five years back,
iand is well and favorably known
throughout the state. He js on his
way to New York to spend the sum
mer months with his two married
daughters, who live in New York
City and Syracuse, and will stay with
them until some time in October. He
left Jacksonville on the steamship
Lenape of the Clyde Line yesterday.
Try one of those frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's.- tf
EXPECTED BREAK BETWEEN
WILSON AND BRYAN SOME
Upon receipt of the news that Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of State Bryan had resigned
a representative of this paper inter interviewed
viewed interviewed Congressman Frank Clark,
who had the following to say. "I
have felt for a long time that a
break between the president and Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Bryan was inevitable. My on only
ly only surprise is that it has not come
before this. As to the immediate
cause of Mr. Bryants resignation I
can only say Mr. Bryan is wrong and
the president is right. The time has
corrie when it is absolutely necessary
for this government to speak plainly
and to deal firmly with Germany and
all other nations. No one wants war,
but every American citizen with red
blood in his veins is sick and tired-of
a namby-pamby grape-juice foreign
policy. In my humble judgement,
the American people, loving and de desiring
siring desiring peace as they do, will hail
Bryan's resignation with delight, be because
cause because it will carry to them the con conviction
viction conviction that henceforth we are to
have a genuine old-time vigorous for foreign
eign foreign policy. If the president will
now select a successor to Mr. Bryan
some real American of the Richard
Olney type, foreign nations will take
notice that pulling feathers from the
tail of the American Eagle is rather
a dangerous pastime. I believe the
administration will be mdre success successful
ful successful in the future, particularly in the
fields of diplomacy.
Excellent Staple Crops, .but
Truckers are Up Against It
Belleview, June 10. The truckers
of this section are not in a happy
frame of mind over the results of
this season's crops. In the early
stages of the game a drouth was
threatened, but before any real serious
effects were noted the welcome rain
descended and caused everyone to feel
optimistic. Then the worms attack attacked
ed attacked the tomato plants, at first 20 cents
a hundred was paid for picking them
off of the bushes and soon after 20c
a quart wa3 paid finally terminating
by the pickers being hired by the
day and picking them off by the bush bushels.
els. bushels. This caused quite an expense to
be saddled upon the growers. Then
the rains became too profuse, caus caused
ed caused the growing fruit to shed (I don't
mean Mr. Jim Shedd) or to drop so
to speak, and then with a short crop
the commission men have gotten to together"
gether" together" and formed some kind of a
combination whereby they punched a
hole in the bottom of the market, for
the whole blamed bottom fell out
just at the time the fruit was ready 1 Tremeres part of last week and this,
to pack and ship.. Now the. cV.iga- J and returned to Ocala full of enth'u enth'u-tions
tions enth'u-tions for fertilizer and other supplies siasm over the cats and dogs and
are about ready to fall due, wh'ch al-
most drives the grower to distrac distraction.
tion. distraction. This whole trucking season ha-
been just one darn thing after an another,
other, another, but there is one bright ray of
light shining out clear and strong
and that is for the growers who pin pinned
ned pinned their faith to the staple crops who
will have nothing to regret, as all of
these crops are in the finest condi condition
tion condition ever seen here. There has never
been seen such a corn crop as now
stands .in the fields around Belleview
and the peanuts and other crops now
in the ground will make thousands cf
hogs root and grunt with joy. Near-
ly every one who planted
oats i.s ju
bilant over the heavy returns. I am
sorry to see such a small amount of
cotton planted in this section, aa it
is a sure cash crop at the time of year
when cash is money. There i3 a large
acreage of sweet potatoes and those
who have planted the root have ele elegant
gant elegant prospects for good cash re returns.
turns. returns. Let's cut out this truck grow growing
ing growing and go back to the faith of our
Dads and giant staples that mean
plenty of meat in the smoke house,
plenty of home made meal and grits,
appetizing country sausage fried in
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SENT Tl BRITISH TORPERO BOATS TO
THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA
FOR THE FIRST TIME III MD'ITRS, GEM SOBIKES
ATTACKED SOMEUG THAT COULD FIGHT
London, June 10. Two British tor torpedo
pedo torpedo boats were destroyed off the east
coast of England by a German sub submarine.'
marine.' submarine.' Both were sunk. The sur survivors,
vivors, survivors, forty-one in number, have
been, brought ashore.
pure country lard, home made but butter
ter butter and plenty of syrup for sweet sweet-'nin.
Master Wilson Barrett maintained
the prestige of Belleview by going up
to Kendrick last week, where he spoke
in competition with children from all
over the county at -the W. C. T. U.
convention held at that place. He
was awarded a gold medal, which he
will justly be proud of a3 a well earn earned
ed earned honor.
Miss Sara Boswcrth has lost a
bunch cf keys, which causes her con considerable
siderable considerable inconvenience and if any one
should happen to find them she would
be very grateful for their return.
Mrs. Jesse D, Carter, of Conant,
spent a day or so in town last week
visiting with her friends.
Mrs. O. S. Shade came down from
Jacksonville last Friday to spend the
week end with her brother, Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. I. I. Strong were
week end visitors slopping with Mrs.
Strong parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. N.
The many friends of Mr. David
Whisenant were glad to see him last
Saturday after an absence from Belle Belleview
view Belleview of several months. David i3 now
located in Candler and say3 it is a
good place to live. He says that Gand Gander
er Gander will lesd its first watermelons
on the 10th.
Prof, and Mrs. A. B. Connor, Dr.
B. N. Tanner, Mrs. L. L. Hopkins jlnd
Mrs. M. T. Bohanon all visited Ocala
Mrs. Berslu and little daughter of
Ocala came down on train No. 3 last
Tuesday and will spend the summer
with her son, Mr. R. E. Curti3, at his
home on the Lake Weir hard road.
Sunday a party of Jacksonville
people returning from Sanford pass passed
ed passed through our town; stopping a few
hours to visit their aged aunt, Mrs.
Mary Kilpatrick, and the Stanleys.
The party was composed of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Ogram, their daughter,
Miss Gussie, and son Arthur. Mr.
Ogram is engaged in an extensive
dredging enterprise at Sanford, and
having a few months previously suc successfully
cessfully successfully completed a feat of similar
character in the St. Jchn3-river at
The Stanleys were Ocala visitors
Master Albert Linwood (Buck)
Bullock has been visitini? with the
game chickens, and other pets, that
abounded on all sides. Buck can real
ly be termed a "live wire" and al
ways enjoys hi3 visits to Belleview
Mr. Tremere visited Ocala last
There was a court house scene at
the Town Hall last Monday that will
be threashed out more thoroughly
about the 2lt inst, in which it ap appears
pears appears a carload of cross ties is the
principal matter at stake and which
caused the difference of opinion be between
tween between Shep Jenkins ard Jim Monts
i (colored) and Mr. Frank Lightsey.
i Interesting developments are looked
j for and full particulars of the case
will be written up in this column two
Mn. Edwin Spencer Sr. has just re returned
turned returned from a four weeks visit to her
son, Mr. Edwin Spencer, at Lakeland,
where he is making such an enviable
reputation as a lawyer and politician
and who will some day be governor of
the state of Florida.
There is a man way up in Alaska
near the land of the midnight sun,
where they have ice bergs in June!
. 1 a1
snow in s:ght every day in thei
year, who writes me that he enjoys
CORPSE FORI 0:
THE IRISH CRM-
WAS NOT THE BODY OF ALFRED
London, June 10. A report from
Ireland says that Alfred G. Vander Vander-bilt's
bilt's Vander-bilt's body has been found. He was
drowned May 7th, when the Lusitania
sank. An old woman discovered the
body on the Clare coast near Boolin.
The watch in a pocket is said to bear
Vanderbilt's initials, and papers oa
the body apparently identify him.
The body was washed ashore last
BODY OF ANOTHER VICTIM
London, June 10. The London rep rep-lesentative
lesentative rep-lesentative of the Vanderbilt family
this afternoon received work from
Quecnstown that the body found,. crT
the coast of Ireland was rot that cf
Alfred G. Vanderbilt, who lost his
life with the Lusitania.
reading the Ocala Star, and that he is
able to glean valuable information
from, its columns and he encloses a
money order for one-fifty and re-
quests that the Star be forwarded to
him that he may keep run of events
in the star county of Florida.
Miss Grace Stanley is visiting her
cousin. Miss Lucille Hollomon, in
Ocala this week.
Feeling the need of a change from
the surging, unceasing" activities and
turmoil of our little town your cor correspondent
respondent correspondent is going to lay aside the
cares of state and seek the quiet se seclusion
clusion seclusion of that little town of Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, where I expect to spend the next
two months within the quiet preceints
of the University of Florida. Dur During
ing During my absence Prof. A. B. Connor
has kindly consented to write the news
of Belleview for the readers of the
Star and I feel quite confident that
upon my return there will be a uni universal
versal universal demand for him to continue
as correspondent but I feel quite con confident
fident confident that if he receives as much ad adverse
verse adverse criticism as the writer has been
subjected to, that he will be only too
glad to relinquish the job.
CHURCH SOCIAL' IN
. The North Ocala Union Sunday
school will hold a social on Friday
niqht, June 11, beside the church. Ice
cream 5 cents a plate, cake 5 cents a
slice, and chicken purlo at 25 cents a
dish will be on sale. The King's
Daughters will also have a table full
of useful articles for sale ranging in
price from 5 cents up. The church
will be open so the young people may
enjoy singing together. Everybody
welcome. Come and help us clear cur
church from debt. Member.
Saturday, Jane 12, 1915
The United States Civil Service
Commission announces that on the
date named above an examination will
be held at Ocala, Fla as a result of
which it is expected to make certifi certification
cation certification to fill a contemplated vacancy
in the position of fourth-class post postmaster
master postmaster at Martin.
tame tack is usually due to rhea-r-atim
of the muscles of the back.
Hard working people are most likely
to suiTer from it. Relief may be had
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Four cars of watermelons went
north on the Coast Line freight today,
coming from points south of Ocala.
Shipments of this luscious fruit will
begin in earnest next week.
The Jacksonville Metropolis of last
evening contained report of a rumor
in Washington that Sister Daniels of
the navy department was about to
follow Mr. Bryan's example and re resign.
sign. resign. The news was almost too. good
to be true.
Florida has never had a Frank
case, probably because her courts
never convict any person of whose
guilt there is the slightest doubt.
Sometimes they acquit ginks of
whose innocence there is a most
This season- the Marion county can canning"
ning" canning" club will make 5,000 glasses of
watermelon preserves. As stated be before
fore before in the Star, that many boxes,
each containing eight varieties of
Florida fruit, are to bef distributed
'-ZZSSsmr&f Vv inter by Mr. George Mason at
a number of the hotels in the state
for the tourists to buy. The boxes
are to be the same and Mrs. Moor Moor-head,
head, Moor-head, county agent, with her club
girls has promised to supply, the wa watermelon
termelon watermelon delicacy for the exhibit.
At the request of many leading
citizens of Ocala, and with its own
sincere approbation, the Star thanks
State Senator Glenn Terrell for his
good work at the recent session of the
legislature. He was faithful to his
trust, and, when it is considered that
this was his first legislative exper experience,
ience, experience, he showed remarkable efficien efficiency.
cy. efficiency. He will represent the district for
another session of the legislature, at
which his experience gained in the
last term will make him more valua valuable
ble valuable than ever to his constituents. Mr.
Terrell has taken a very broad view
of all matters he has had to deal with,
. m 11 1 1 a. ....L
and it we couia always eiect sucn
mon to office-we would have little
trouble with government.
The Star is not disposed to be pro pronounced
nounced pronounced in criticism of the Georgia
authorities if they persist in hanging
Leo Frank. We do not believe the
officials would mete out the extreme
penalty to the young man unless they
were convinced of his guilt. They are
nearer to the subject and more fully
acquainted with the evidence than
people in other states. At the same
time, the Star thinks it is justified in
saying that while the evidence against
Frank is very strong, it is not suffi sufficient
cient sufficient to hang him on. We hope the
governor will commute his sentence to
life imprisonment, and give the truth
a full opportunity to be fully estab established.
lished. established. Ther Metropolis' Washington corres correspondent
pondent correspondent says President Wilson may
try to form a coalition cabinet, and
will offer the state portfolio to either
former President Taft, former Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of State Elihu Root or former
Secretary of State P. C. Knox. Mr.
Taft is a genuine statesman and his
appointment would be acceptable to
the entire country. Mr. Root is too old
to hold the office and Mr. Knox is one
of the worst specimens of misstates misstates-manship
manship misstates-manship that dollar diplomacy ever
forced on a country.- It is probable
that the president will retain Mr.
Lansing in the office. Robert Lansing
is a son-in-law of John W. Foster,
secretary of state under President
Harrison, a life-long democrat, and
has been an international lawyer for
many years. Mr. Lansing has prepar prepared
ed prepared memoranda for all the important
notes that have "gone to belligerent
governments since the European war
began, and is looked upon not only as
an expert in international law but as
a clear thinker and adviser. For
many years he has served on boun boundary
dary boundary commissions and tribunal. He
is a comparatively young man, well
acquainted with all the government's
policies, and has won the admiration
of the president and Mr. Bryan by his
loyalty to the secretary of state as
his superior officer. On many occas occasions
ions occasions Mr. Lansing has submitted mem memoranda
oranda memoranda .expressing views differing
from those of Mr Bryan, but he has
tactfully avoided embarrassments.
That political conditions in Volusia
county have been rotten for a num number
ber number of years is generally admitted.
The assertion is often made that such
and such a man was elected to this or
that office but was counted out. The
opinion is widespread that no man
who has the courage to fight the
county political machine has the
slightest chance of securing office,
even though a large majority of the
voters should cast their ballots for
him. There has been no appeal from
this alleged ballot box stuffing and
One' year- In advance. $8.00
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance 80
stealing of elections to the courts be because
cause because the people believe it useless,
some openly declaring that the court3
of this county will protect criminals
so long as they do the will of the
machine. Day tuna Journal.
If our friend Sparkman will lead in
a vigorous fight against this political
corruption, he will find plenty of good
people to back him. There are a. far
larger number of honest voters than
the other sort in Volusia, and if they
make a-determined attempt to assert
themselves, the scamps will soon hunt
their hiding places.
CLARK HAS A GOOD PLAN
The Star sent, the other day, to
Congressman Clark in Gainesville, a
clipping from a recent issue of the
paper, telling of the good work of the
Ocala children who thru the civic
committee of the Woman's Club had
been furnished by Mr. Clark with
flower seed. The following letter in
reply was received by the Star this
"Editor Star: I am certainly de delighted
lighted delighted to learn that the children
were so successful in their flower cul culture
ture culture enterprise. It has given me an
idea. Next season I think I shall try
to get up a content of some sort over
the entire district, confining it, of
course, to children of a certain age.
It might be well to offer prizes to the
girls in flower culture and to the boys
on the best acre of corn, cotton or
some staple crop. It strikes me that
$200 or $300 spent in giving prizes in
a contest like this would be a great
stimulus to the young girls and
ORLANDO WANTED THEM ALL
The Star and many other prominent
citizens of Ocala this week received
copies of the .following invitation
from the wideawake board of trade of
Orlando, Fla., June 7th, 1915.
Dear Sir: We cordially invite you
to attend a meeting of the Central
Florida Highways Association, here,
Thursday, June 10th.
Chas. P. Dow, President
Orlando Board of Trade.
The Star is sorry that it could not
personally accept the invitation, but
a number of our citizens, more for fortunate,
tunate, fortunate, are in the. Phenomenal City
BOARD OF TRADE
The first meeting for June, of the
Board of Trade was held last night
President Rogers in the chair and
Secretary Rooney recording. A large
attendance was present and much in interest
terest interest was manifest.
Secretary Rooney gave a report of
the meeting of the Dixie Highway
Commission at Chattanooga, and the
work being done for the Central 'Flor 'Florida
ida 'Florida section of the route, which will
pass thru Ocala.
A set of resolutions offered by Mr.
C. Carmichael were adopted, and a
number of minor matters that, came
before the board were attended to,
after which the board adjourned.
Following are the resolutions offer offered
ed offered by Mr. Carmichael:
Whereas, the Dixie Highway, which
has been started from Chicago to Mi Miami;
ami; Miami; and, whereas, the recent meet meeting
ing meeting at Chattanooga favors an east eastern
ern eastern and western route; therefore be it
Resolved, That the Marion County
Board of Trade endorse the central
route, leaving the highway at Live
Oak or Lake City, thence to Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, out of Ocala to Leesburg, Or Orlando,
lando, Orlando, Kissimmee and Arcadia, and
thence upon such route as may be
agreed upon to Miami.
Resolved, That we further endorse
making an additional loop at Ocala to
Dunnellon, Brooksville, Tampa and
such route thence as will loop on to
the other branch of the Dixie High Highway.
way. Highway. Delegates instructed accord accord-irgly.
irgly. accord-irgly. BOX CANDIES
.We have the best 50c pound
box Chocolates ever offered
in Ocala. Each one-pound
box contains from fifteen to
eighteen varieties, including
Nugatines, Cherries, Straw Strawberries,
berries, Strawberries, Ginger, Raisins, Co Co-coanuts,
coanuts, Co-coanuts, Butter Toffee and
Fresh shipment just receiv received.
ed. received. Troxler's
HOW OCALA WILL LOOK j
TWENTY-rlVE YEARS IIENCE j
(Continued from Yesterday)
Seeing I was too far gone to
! swer, Sonny retired behind the coun
ter, returning in a minute with a j jfeuf who had won hi3 rank in
large glass of fruit punch, imbibing j great war. The soldiers were all citi citi-which
which citi-which greatly revived my withered j zens, serving by a system that en
frame. As I soaked it in, I noticed a
paper lying on the marble-topped
counter near. It was the first, or 8
a. m. edition of the Ocala Evening
Star, and I perused it with great in
terest finding among other items the
"There came to the city last night
nnr! rpxristprprJ at the Ocala House an
aged man, who seems to have long j
dwelt in Gulf Hammock or some j
other section that has not advanced, j
His hair and beard were long and j
white, clothes out of date and he con-
versed mostly in the patois called
slang that was greatly in vogue a
score of years ago. Among his pos possessions
sessions possessions were two coins, 5-cent nick nickers,
ers, nickers, of great seldomness. A Star re reporter
porter reporter was sent to interview him at
3 o'clock, but he was out viewing the
city from an aeroplane. Another re- j
porter sought him at G o'clock, but
again he was out, this time in an
auto. We doubt not that one of our
writers can recure an interview with
him ere the noon edition."
While I marveled at this exceeding exceeding-y
y exceeding-y correct" and classic language in a
newspaper, I became aware of a very.,
smart looking young lady standing at
my elbow. She was a good-looker,
what in years agone I should have
called a chicken, only she had
not most of the feathers pulled off
her wishbone, as in those departed
days. On gaining my attention she
Are you the respected Mr. Old
The same, young lady, at your
service. Will you nave one on me:
She looked puzzled, but Sonnie, who
heard the remark, and well remem remembered
bered remembered its import, came to the rescue
with the information that reporters
were no longer allowed to drink with
theirfriends. At this astounding in information,
formation, information, I looked up, expecting to
see the house coming down.
Kind sir," said the damsel, "will
you grant me an interview?"
"I'll grant you anything I have
young lady, except my pocketknife."
"Perhaps, then," she said, "you
will accompany me to my office. We
can there converse with more comfort
and advantage to both."
I was only too glad to comply and
followed her to the sidewalk. At the
curb stood a dandy runabout, num numbered
bered numbered "Star 11." The young lady
helped me to a seat, sat down beside
me, pressed a button and guided the
car down the wide canon of traffic
known as South Main. Cars passed
rapidly back and forth in such num numbers
bers numbers their guards almost scraped, but
their order was perfect and they
moved as regularly as shuttles in a
loom. The "Dead Man's Crossing" at
the intersection of Fort King and
Main was no longer in evidence, cut cutting
ting cutting the corners off the blocks of
buildings making a spacious square,
in the center of which stood an ex exquisitely
quisitely exquisitely wrought bronze statue,
Ceres emptying her cornucopia. After
looking at this I was not surprised to
note that the former site of 'the
Methodist church was occupied by a
towering edifice of stone and steel, on
the portals of which shone in golden
letters, "Marion County Board of
In the building were the stock ex exchange,
change, exchange, the offices of the Florida Mar Marketing
keting Marketing Bureau, a branch office of the
Citrus Exchange, the. city offices of
the North Florida Fair Association,
and all such kindred organizations.
It was a massive pile, and every
financial utterance, even a whisper, in
the world, was immediately echoed
inside its walls.
The young lady reporter wheeled
her car into Fort King and headed it
west. Passing the Board of Trade,
we next came to Yonge's block, on
the two little stories of which that I
remembered were piled a score.
George Taylor's printing office had a
generous share of this, showing that
George had prospered, but the John
Dozier Co., handling thousands of
tons of feed and grain every day, had
removed with the railroad to North
We slackened a little to cross Os Osceola,
ceola, Osceola, and I looked up and down the
wide, straight paved avenue. To the
right, the shabby railroad buildings
and yard were gone, and even the
Coast Line men, citizens of the town,
must have been proud of the mag magnificent
nificent magnificent residences that stood where
their tracks had been, and far on out
as far a3 I could see. Nearer to us
loomed up business blocks, on down
to Adams street and there the fac factories
tories factories and mills stood thick. Down
at the crossing was a gridiron of rail railway
way railway tracks with gates on each side,
and then the street went on between
more factories till it reached the res residence
idence residence section that stood around Sey Seymour
mour Seymour Park, and went far on out in
the country. This broad, well paved,
handsome and useful street was all
the world different from the clutter cluttered
ed cluttered up Osceola of today.
The young lady charioteer guided
her car up Fort King till nearly op opposite
posite opposite where the Temple used to be,
then turned it into an arched pas passage
sage passage that ran like a tunnel right thru
the Star block. Ere we entered this 1
had observed that Fort King had been
made much wider by setting back
the sidewalks ten feet on each side. A
20-story armory building for the
"First Florida Regiment" stood
where our shoddy little armorv stood
in f915. A regiment of infantry, a
squadron of cavalry find a lattery of
artillery with puns and horses had
accommodations in its walls. An anti-
aircraft gun was mounted on the
; roof; there was also a hangar for
:tvvo military aeroplanes. The post
' was commanded bv Col. II. C. Camr-
abled the nation to calf out a large
army whenever needed, with little
addition to expense or interference
with civil occupations.
A3 aforesaid, the old Star officeand
the old Temple theater had been
swallowed up in the great building of
the city offices. There was a region of
handsomely built flats along Fort
King to the hill-top. The present site
of Judge Dullock's home was covered
by the First Baptist church; the First
Presbyterian stood opposite to it. On
the other side of these churches be
gan a residence section that covered
all that fcide of the city and reached
to Silver Springs along the "pan "panhandle"
handle" "panhandle" annexed in 1913.
As the car stopped some yards in inside
side inside the building, a mechanic stepped
forward and took charge of it, wheel
ing it away into a big room, a regu regular
lar regular garage, in which stood a Jozen
cars of various sizes, all ready for in instant
stant instant use. On the opposite aide was
the press room, thru the glass doors
of which I could see mapy glittering
pieces of machinery. The center of
this great building was occupied by a
shaft, running from the ground to
the roof, and ringed around by galler galleries,
ies, galleries, which were connected by stair
ways. The Star building was the
highest in the city, except the Ocala
House. On top, beside the wireless
station, was a glass walled observa observatory
tory observatory and a hangar for four aero
All these things, however, I did not
see at that minute. My charming
guide led me to a row of elevators
right by the garage, and ushered me
into one. She pressed a button, and
in half a minute the car had shot up
to the thirtieth story. Stepping out
into "a passage labeled "Reporter's
Gallery," she led me to her own par
ticular office. It was a plain but
pretty room facing Fort King had
table, typewriter, telephone, speaking
tube and morethan enough things to
make an editorial sanctum in the old
The young lady placed a chair for
me at the table, removed her hat (I
noted her hair was cut short like a
boy's (but not so blanked bald-headed
short as some of the boys -were cut
ting it in 1915), sat down by me and
before her typewriter and began ask
ing me questions.
. It was no use in telling her the
truth it would have been entirely
like a lie. So I doped her out a plaus
ible yarn about how I had gone off in
the woods twenty-five years ago.
become a hermit, and lived there ever
since. Then she asked me what Ocala
had looked like in 1915, and I told her
all about the lively little city and its
people a quarter of. a century ago.
She took no notes, but nodded her
head occasionally, while her fingers
flew. Everytime she took a sheet off
the machine she laid it on an endless
belt by her, and it went thru the wall
into a big room Deyond. l naa so
much to tell that I didn't notice how
time passed until suddenly a silver
bell gave a peal. She made my last
sentence into a paragraph, jerked the
sheet from the typewriter to the belt,
and said ":Time to close up the noon
edition; we must stop. But won't you
please be here at one o'clock and give
me the rest of the story?"
It was easy to grant the request,
and as I rose from my chair a young
man entered who informed me that I
was the guest of the paper, and if I
followed him my comfort would be
(To be continued in our next)
Our fountain sodas and ice cream
are the BEST made and our service
is Al. Try them. The Court Phar
has no terrors for the
housekeeper who has her
kitchen equipped with a
iiAS KA.MiL and a
WATER HEATER. The
cooking and cleaning on
Long Hot Days
are made easy with the
help of these ideal ser servants.
vants. servants. LET THEM nELP YOU
Keep your range clean.
A dirty gas range will
make a big gas bill.
LEVITT PACKAkD COOE
Music Teacher and Composer
Violin, Piano and Voice
Fxperl Piano Tuner
Talk to me about it ovei
(Continued from Yesterday)
tlow clieerful was the blazing fire as
June reclined In the inslenook. a cup
of hot coffee on a talxjret by her side
and a comfortable drowsiness stealing
over her! She did not know how pret pretty
ty pretty she was In the filmy negligee, but
Bennett and Vivian Durban did as
they sat at the little studio table,
which was their favorite breakfast
place, and turned pleased eyes uion
their beautiful guest.
Their pleasure In June, however, was
scarcely equal to the charming picture
of domesticity which they afforded
June. It was such pleasant compan
ionship that she had directed to en-
Joy with Ned. Just they two alone.
But that tete-a-tete breakfast was yet
to come. How long must it Ik? to the
end of that separation which had be
gun on their wedding day, legun in
only a few fleeting hours after their
marriage? The happiness had lasted
only through the going away amid a
shower of rice and through those first
blissful moments alone in the Pullman
drawing room, surrounded by their
white ribboned luggage.
In the richly furnished office on
after another of the silent, grave faced.
stealthily moviitr men came in and
gave their low voiced reports to the
eager Cunningham, the confident Blye,
the impatient Edwards. At lust one of
the men brought In a fellow who bore
a young face on the stooped and with
ered figure of an old man. This fellow
approached the table furtive eyed on
Blye's invitation, and they all mum
bled together for awhile in low voices.
lie put something in his pocket as he
went out. and he left the three men
laughing. They rose to go. They had
finished their office work.
A butler brought in the mail to the
Durbans as they finished their break
fast. Durban walked out toward the
"A deed to this housel" she cried.
garden. He seemed anxious to conceal
something. 'Ills wife followed. Durban
opened a long envelope with an ex
pectant smile and took from It a folded
'My dear hla roiee vibrated with
pleasure "can't keep my secret. To
morrow is the fourth anniversary of
our wedding, and here' Is my gift in
commemoration of that happy event."
Her eyes shining, the woman took the
document and oiened It.
"A deed to this house T she cried.
"And all that it contains," laughed
her husband, -everything. Including
There was an exclamation of delight
The woman kissed him again and
again and called him a dear boy and a
good boy and the best husband In the
world. June, who had awakened and
followed them, drew back, so they
wftiiM tmt L-now that she had heard.
but she was glad for once to nave been
an unwitting eavesdropper, glad to
have shared in this joyous moment
OWN at the dock Ned Warner
detectives appeared, and Boun
cer, picking up the trail at the
landing, ran excitedly up to the
at the point where June and
Durban had taken the taxi.
Bouncer began to go round and round
la widening circles, whining, hla nose
close to the ground. The trail was lost,
as they had known that trail would be.
and from here the detectives scattered.
seeking e verywhere in their own mcth
ods for a clew to the whereabouts of the
runaway bride. As they left the vicln
lty a rowboat pulled slowly up to the
dock, dragging behind It a steam yawl
with froty mist on Its stovepipe, and a
very much begrimed lady with a long
nose aul high arched brows landed and
went away without a word, pausing
only to ast a look of withering scorn
at the well known and justly famous
private d tective, Kill Wolf. That short.
thick individual, with much pufflng ex
ertlon. s rambled up and renewed the
6mudge on hU face with a rotary mo
tion of his sle.ve and swore profusely;!
1 i .' v i
If f- i i 1
men lie, too, Ptoniin-d away.
Blye and Edwards and Cunningham
in a luxurious limousine stopped at a
house, w jere they wore ushered Into a
gay parlor. A larjre blond woman came
In to grei t the callers, and to her Blye
showed the picture In the watch. She
laughed and nodded her head.
Gilbert Blye gravely left Mrs. Itus Itus-sei's
sei's Itus-sei's house.
In the high ceillnged studio June
quietly watched Bennett Durban walk walking
ing walking about with a iM-rftToxed air.
I can't find uiy brushes. YivL" he
blurted as hi wife came in.
"It will le the easiest thing in the
world from now ou, Bennett, she In Informed
formed Informed him and showed him the box
at the side of the big easel.
He stared at her in surprise.
"Good scheme.- he granted, looking
down at the brashes, and then he
laughed. 'However, I suppose I'll
hare them scattered all over the place
again by tomorrow.'
"Oh, no, Bennett,' she returned. "I'd
rather you'd keen them here, riiease. I
(Continued on Third Page)
Don't Try to Substitute! No Man Ever
Built a Business on "Just as Good."
Give Your Trade Just What They Want
When They Want It.
ROOM AND BATH
. OCALA. FLORIDA
RATESec--75c- to $1.50 NO fflGOm
Dining Room with Moderate prices
Room Without Bath 75c.
Running Water in Every Room in the. Houbc
IXECTUIC KLEVATOU BERVICfs PHONES IS ALL ROOMS
LOUIS N. LONG, Prop.
The only Hotel on the Square
ROOM AND BATH
f T?' 'X? I Palm Beach and Duck Suits. Being
Jsicksomivl lie EjicmfsIosh
JU M E
ROUND TRIP RATE FROM OCALA
.TICKETS ON SALE FOR ALL REGULAR TRAINS JUNE 14,
GOOD RETURNING ON ALL TRAINS UP TO AND INCLUDING
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THER FURTHER PARTICULARS CALL ON OR WRITE
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(STANDARD IlAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
Tickets Sold Daily Stop Overs
Final Limit October 31st. Variable Routes:
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Ticket Agent, Ocala. Fla. D. P. A-, Tampa. Fla.
Tl T Trv
Only Direct Line from Jacksonville
Fare includes meals and stateroom berth.
TICKETS NOW ON SALE GOOD ON ANY SHIP
FINAL RETURN LI3IIT OCTOBER 31sL.
. CHARLESTON EXCURSIONS
Write for schedule and further particulars.
H. G. WENZEL Florida passenger agent
Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of Liberty Street.
OUR DE DS
Nature and science combine to make it so. Erery precaution U akea to
protect it from contamination while it goes through the processes which re result
sult result in a cube of glistening goodness.
Full weight and satisfactory serrice go with this rood ice of nors. Let
have your custom we deserve it.
Ocalsi Ice 2r PacMnngj
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FOR A DOLLAR
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VI 1 I
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Manufactured for the preasinsr cf
neaiea Dy steam, it can noi score n.
The pressure being direct, not sliding,
h can not wear or tear. Call and set
it do the woik.
Ocala Steara Laundry
Phone 101 402-104 South Slain SL
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OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, JUE 10, 1915
T -f- -r- -r
PROGRAM CHANGES DAILY
I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(If you have any item3 for thi3 department, call 'phone 106)
A GASOLINE ENGINE IS THE BEST INVESTMENT
ANY FARMER CAN MAKE, BECAUSE IT SAVES
LABOR AND IS READY TO WORK AT ALL TIMES.
YOU CAN RUN YOUR CREAM SEPARATOR, FEED
GRINDER, FANNING MILL, WASHING MACHINE,
GRINDSTONE, PUMP, SAW AND OTHER BACK BACK-BREAKING
BREAKING BACK-BREAKING WORK AT VERY SMALLICOST. LET'S
TALK IT OVER COME IN THEY ARE PRICED BY
THE HORSE POWER AND PRICED REASONABLY.
PHONE 1 18,
CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00.
Stale, County and City Depository,
Is a Regular "Ponaiiza" for Insects.
They thrive and breed like "wildfire' No mat matter
ter matter if your house is screened, Roaches, Moths, Flies
and Mosquitoes will get in. Thtse filthy carriers of
discomfort and disease will give you trouble unless
you combat them. Don't give 'em a chance USE
FEfULE, that cleanly spray, that peerless house household
hold household dibinfectant and insect destroyer.
Is sold in Ocala by
Mclver & Mackay, 0. K. Tea Pot Grocery,
Tydings Drug Co., The Court Pharmacy,
Smith Grocery Co., Ollie Mordis
lAitiQN HARDWARE 'G0V'.:
WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS OF FENOLE PRODI CTS
And For TLree Summers Mrs. Vin Vincent
cent Vincent Was Unable to Attend to
v Any of Her Housework.
Pleasant 'Hill, N. C "I suffered for
three summers," writes Mrs. Walter
Vincent, of this town, "and the third and
last time, was my worst.
I had dreadful nervous headaches and
prostration, arid was scarcely able to
walk about. Could not do any of my
I also had dreadful pains in my back
and sides and when one of those weak,
sinking spells would come on me, I
would have to give up and lie down,
until it wore off.
I was cMainly in a dreadful state of
health, when I fin Ily decided to try
Cardui. the woman's tonic, and I firmy
till ril 8 II i w
WATCH FOR MY ANNOUNCED
" C il f;i,l 11
ARB WARE- COMPANY
- OCALA, FLA.
believe 1 would have died if I hadn't
After I began taking Cardui, I was
greatly helped, and all three" bottles re relieved
lieved relieved me entirely.
I fattened up, and grew so much
stronger in three months, I felt like an
other person altogether."
Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle gentle-acting.
acting. gentle-acting. Its ingredients have a mild, tonic
effect, on the womanly constitution.
Cardui' makes for increased strength,
improves the appetite, tones up the ner nervous
vous nervous system, and helps to make pale,
sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy;
Cardui has helped more than a million
weak women, during the past-50 years.
It will surely do for you, what it has
done for them. Try Cardui today.
Write to: Chttar.oog Meildne Co., Ladle A4 A4-visory
visory A4-visory Dept.. Chattanooga. Term., for Special In In-ttructions
ttructions In-ttructions on your cse a d W-paje book. "Home
Treatment for 'A' omen." sen, ia plain wt&ddct. J -6?
. J ihii
Thought for the Day
It is content of heart
Gives Nature power to please;
The mind that feels no smart
Enlivens all it sees;
Can make a wintry sky
Se?m bright as smiling May,
And evening's closing eye
As peep of early day.
w imam lowper.
Miss Lois Ellis entertained at a
matinee party at the Forsyth theater
Monday in honor of Miss Mae Frank
Duffy of South Georgia, a bride-elect,
who is Miss Ellis' guest for a few
days. In the party were Misses Re Rebecca
becca Rebecca Day, Laura Booth, Ruth Berry
and Eunice Ellis of Oeala, Fla. At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta Georgian.
llr. Ralph Dawson of Jacksonville!
is a visitor at Glenhurst, the guest of j
Capt. and Mrs. S. Ii. Pyles. j
Dr. Nat Hunter, a prominent drug- j
gist of Fort Myers, is spending sev- j
eral days at Citra, a guest at the 1
home of Mrs. J. B. Borland, arriving
yesterday in his car.
Messrs. Pat Anderson and William
Camp, enrolled in the student body at
Washington and Lee University, Lex Lexington,
ington, Lexington, Va., will leave there tonight
for home, arriving Saturday.
Mr. D. E. Mclver who since leaving
Richmond, has been visiting relatives
at several points in North Carolina, is
expected home tomorrow or Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. Miss Nina Camp is the attractive
guest of Miss Louise DePass in
Gainesville, going up to attend the
final commencement festivities of the
University of Florida.
Mr, and Mrs. W. F. Hill and little
daughter of Bartow arrived yester yesterday
day yesterday to visit their son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jere Crook.
They came up especially to see their
twin granddaughters, Misses Jere and
Dr. Jesse L. Williams of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, a former Ocala boy, is attend attending
ing attending the state dental meeting at Pass-a-Grille.
Dr. Williams is accompanied
by his family and enroute visited his
sister, Mrs. A. D. Bowen in Lakeland.
Master Ralph Cleveland, one of the
Star's faithful carrier boys, left yes
terday afternoon for St. Petersburg
for a two weeks' vacation.
Miss Setzer, cashier for the Mc Mc-Crory
Crory Mc-Crory store, left yesterday for St. Pe Petersburg,
tersburg, Petersburg, where she will spend two
weeks with -her parents.
Miss Stella Cleveland left last
night for Atlanta, where she will
visit her brother, Mr. Charles Cleve Cleveland,
land, Cleveland, after which she will go to South
Carolina to visit friends and relatives
for the rest of the summer.
Yesterday being W. C. T. U. flower
mission day, the Kendrick union, Mrs.
Ilattie Webb, president, made up 19
handsome bouquets and sent them in
to the hospital,, where they were
highly appreciated by the patients.
Miss Nina Camp, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence Camp of Ocala, is
the charming guest of Dr. and Mrs.
M. H. DePass and daughters.
Mrs. H. B. Arnold spent Sunday
and Monday in Ocala the guest of her
brother. G. K. Robinson and family.
Mr. Aaron Tombley, who has been
attending school in Tampa, is the
guest of his sister, Mrs. A. D. Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Fuller, of Mid
land City, Ala., are in the city, guests
of Mr. Fuller's father, Dr. R. D. Ful Fuller.
ler. Fuller. Mr. R. W. Fuller, an -exOcala
bov is now a successful dentist in
Midland City. His Ocala friends are
glad to see him again.
Mrs. Austin Miller, nee Olive Wes Weston,
ton, Weston, who has been visiting the par parents
ents parents of her husband in Gainesville,
has returned to her home in Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. Mrs. G. A.. Nash will return home
tomorrow from a visit to relatives in
Tampa. Mr. Nash returned the first
of the week.
Miss Katie Mae Eagleton is enjoy enjoying
ing enjoying a visit to friends at Cotton Plant.
Mrs. T. S. Trantham, who arrived
Tuesday night to visit her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Bullock is now at
the hospital for treatment. Mrs.
Trantham has not been well since be before
fore before her marriage and she left the
hospital in Tallahassee to come to
Ocala, thinking possibly the change
would be beneficial.
Mrs. T. E. Bridges who has an in interesting
teresting interesting class of girls in the Meth Methodist
odist Methodist Sunday school, is entertaining
the members at a jolly picnic at North
Lake Weir this afternoon. The party
left town at 3:30 in cars, those in the
party being the hostess and Misses
Isabel Davis, Myrtle Blalock, Ruth
Simmons, Dixiana Roberts, Catharine
Lytle, Irene Tompkins, Estelle Mc Mc-Ateer
Ateer Mc-Ateer and Mrs. J. M. MerTert, Messrs.
Leroy Bridges, Green, Henry and
Ralph Bridges, Wellie Meffert and
Ed Tucker. Picnic supper will be
served and the return trip will be
made during the evening.
Next Monday afternoon Mt. Mar Margaret's
garet's Margaret's Guild of Grace church will
give a silver tea from 4 to C o'clock
at the home of Mrs. E. J. Redding on
South Second street. All church
members and their friends are cor cordially
dially cordially invited to attend.
Miss Carolee Green, who has been
the attractive guest of her aunt, Mrs.
T. E. Bridges' since February, with
her two younger brothers, Henry and
Ralph Green, will leave tomorrow for
Columbia, S. C, to visit an uncle for a
few days en route to their home in
Hendersonville, N. C. Mr. Green will
accompany his daughter and sons as
far as Jacksonville, returning to
Oeala from there.
An event of prominence at Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee during the Woman's College
commencement was a reception ten tendered
dered tendered the senior class by Dr. and
Mrs. Conradi. In the receiving line
was, Miss Irma Blake, who received
her B. M. degree and taking part in
the musical program was Miss Gladys
Martin, who s taking violin.
Favorable news continues to come
from Mary Isabel, the 10-months-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II. L.
Holmes of Canaveral, who was re recently
cently recently so seriously burned. Mrs.
Holmes and daughter have returned
to their home from Sharps, where the
latter was hurried to her grandfather
Dr. Holmes for medical attention.
Card3 mailed in Chattanooga have
been received from Mr. and Mrs. W.
D. Taylor, who are now on the last
lap of their extended wedding trip.
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Vo ur order will hare
J. L. SMOAK
At Smoak'a VgoD Shop.
Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EI1BAL11ERS
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes.
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All V.'ork Done by Licensed Emb&l
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New Steamers. Low Fares. Best
service. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points.
For reservations, tickets, etc
H. C. AVERY, L. D. JONES.
Agent, Coml. Agt.
J. F. WARD, T. P. A.
City Ticket Office, 25 Hogan Street,
SOME OF THE THINGS WE MAKE
Jxn Metal ffhtnrlM.
Jxon Metal CetHaff.
Tronrh and Gsttcra.
Co darter Plp Flttlafs.
Corrn rated Awning.
Sheet Metal Itooflnr.
Metal "BHok- Sldiaff.
Metal Ste Sldla.
Acme Kewiable CalTerta.
Imperial Rlreted Calreita.
Terpentine Stills and Cap.
Sheet Metal Carnleea.
Sheet Metal SkyUfhta.
Dredf Pip and Flttlacs.
General Sheet Metal Warkera.
Ak yaar dealer f write m far
Tte FLORIDA FIETALPRODUCTS CO.
q 8850 ETfUHta Are
Sold by the Ocala Lumber and
(Cuntlnuel from .eccr.l rage)
aon't riKe my house all cluttercM up
"I don't bt-lieve I can paint If I liTt t
have to find my favorite brush In-Liml
something or other," he cufe"el.
Vhy, where my good old chaise
"I had it taken out- It was so very j
disreputable. Mn. Durban was study- ;
Ing the room with haughty severity. ;
I want my house to represent me."
The young butler came iu. dragius
a tall stepladJer.
"What are you going to do, Oscar?"
Inquired Durban sharply.
I am to remove these tapestries, j
sir," he reported, setting his ladder
up by the side "of one of them. t
Th dickens you areT exclaimed j
Durban In surprise. "Get out! ?
"It vas madam's orders, sir.
"Oh!" Durban looked ut his wife
Tou may take them down. Oscar."
said Mrs. Durban quietly, and both the
artist and his wife wcr silent while
the tapestries were removed.
"VivL, I don't understand." puzzled
her husband. "I don't see why you'd
remove Important things without cou cou-sulting
sulting cou-sulting me." And he glanced at June,
who had returned to the house to re resume
sume resume her nap. Her eyes were closed,
although she was not sleeping.
The woman's chin went up.
"Bennett, dear, this is my house."
"Oh, yes, yes. to be sure!" He walked
very quietly back to his big canvas and
studied It for a long time without see seeing
ing seeing It at alL
June was not only shocked, but fiJled
with compassion. She" understood as
the man could not the reason for tht?
astounding change In the woman. The
sudden acquisition of profn-rty had
transformed her entire nature, had
given her a dizzy haughtiness, had
twisted her view until bhe placed an
utterly false valuation uon herself
and upon everything around her.
Money again! Always money!
Mrs. Durban's attitude had Iteen
made In her by centuries of feminine
submission. The mothers who had
gone before had built this warped and
distorted tgo. In all the acres gone
the man had owned all and the woman
nothing. She had Ieen the creature
of his fancy, the slave' of his whim,
the recipient of his bounty.
Officer Dowd walked Into the iKllce
station Just as the desk sergeant with
the sausage shaiod red mustache pave
way to one with a blue eye and a blue
chin, and the new Incumbent greeted
Officer Dowd with effusive cordiality.
"What's bringing you into my dis district?
trict? district? Or are you off duty?"
"Dan, you got a girl here by the
name of Rose Ilesper that claims to
know me, and I Just dropped In to mup
"You can look them all over If you've
time," granted the sergeant, and Dowd
walked back Into the cell room. "Hose
Hespers in cell 5."
"Why, hello, Marie!" exclaimed Dowd
"What you In for?"
Marie looked up with a Jerk.
"There's a IHtlc friend of mine here,
too." she explained. "It was all a mis mistake.
take. mistake. I'm in an awful hurry."
"Walt a minute." And Officer Dowd
stalked out to the desk. "Well, Dan.
you got. the wrong iarties," he an announced.
nounced. announced. "What's against my friend.
"Copping a motorbout last nUbt,"
said the sergeant, looking at the blot blotter.
ter. blotter. "Wrong party," returned Dowd
promptly. "I was with Rose Hesper
myself last night, her and her little
friend, and we didn't leave the cafe till
The sergeant made an entry on the
"Ill tell that dock w atchman It's an
"Will he stand for it?" Dowd asked.
"If he don't we'll push him off the
dock," calmly stated the sergeant.
"Joe, bring out 5 and 17."
Five was out firsthand dlsplaj-ed her
"Where's your little friend 7' asked
Officer Dowd, waiting and glancing
past a dejected looking little chauffeur
with a tiny mustache" who came
through the cell room door.
That's him." and Marie Introduced
The big policeman and the little
chauffeur glared at each other a mo-
f V 4 1 XL
"yi fV':C 5V
Faint, Dazed, Scarce. Knowing What
She Did, June Slipped Out of the
ment. while the cheek bones of Marie
grew red with pleasure.
Henri looked about him wistfully.
"I am happy that I have nut you, XI.
Dowd." He bowed ijlitely. "Now we
go. 31 He. Marie."
L. Marie displayed her friendly smile to
Henri and then to Otficer Dowd.
"Won't you come with usV bhe In Inquired.
quired. Inquired. "You'il come with nicf he blurted
and grabbed her by t lie arm.
Bill Wolf railed up IIijor!a ISSye.
"Got hlmr he triumphantly yelled.
"Say, listen. I Just done a fine "e
cf work. I sleuthed the other party's
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Ocala School of Ylusic
ADMISSION 15c and 25c
JEWELRY IS THE THING TO GIVE FOR A WEDDING OR GRADU GRADUATION
ATION GRADUATION PRESENT. IT IS THE STRONGEST MARK OF AFFECTION
YOU CAN SHOW TO THE ONEOF WHOM YOU AREOND.
WHEN YOU LET US FURNISH THE WEDDING PRESENT. THE
ONE WHO RECEIVES IT. WILL BE DELIGHTED. OUR NAME AS ASSURES
SURES ASSURES THE QU LITY AND STYLE OF JEWELRY.
WE MAKF 'OUALITV RIGHT: THEN JHE'pRICE RIGHTj
aetectixe. Tlicy got The girl's flog,
and they're spotted your husband's
limousine. Join me in front of the
Blakely building nnd I'll lead you to
At the same moment Ned's detec detectives
tives detectives were telephoning the same In Information
formation Information to tfie anxious group In the
"Didn't 1 tell you we'd And a claw 7
exclaimed IrU Blethering and sobbed
to relieve her feelings.
The little runaway bride was a fix fixture
ture fixture which would have held the eye of
any artist as she lay asleep in the
Inglenook with the Care of the flames
dancing about her. The filmy negli negligee
gee negligee had slipped from one shoulder, nnd
her pretty head, with the wavy hair
rippling back from her brow, rested
upon a tapering white arm. She sud suddenly
denly suddenly awoke under Durban's gaze and
drew the negligee In place.
"You've fpo'Ifd itr cried Durban.
"My Spirit of the Marsh! Come bereT
lie caught her hand and raUed her.
He led her, bewildered, before the
big cauva?, wje re. crudely indicated
by a few rough strokes of the crayon,
the "Spirit of the Marsh" hovered over
"You must be my model!" he excit excitedly
edly excitedly Informed her. "I will ply you
any price you wish. Here Is some
money iu advance." And. JerKng &
wad of looue bills 'from his jKKt-t, he
thrust them In her hand. "Now stand
here." lie was ko quick, so energetic,
so fired with Impatient fervgr, that
June had no time to think, much les
protest. He half .led, half pulled, tf?r
on the inall dais which, he hastily
"You're in love with her," she snapped.
shoved into iition. He caught up a
sharp knife. It wou!d ct do. He ran
to a worklKk-t in the alcove aud
brought Vfic's. a long pa,lr of shears and
with oik? tilp slit the fiimy negligee at
4t UiAt moant the Dortleres cddo-
. "v. i V
i i i
sue tne big "canvas" opened far enougn
to reveal the dark, handsome face of
the black Vandyked Gilbert BIye.
Toward the Durban bo5e there
dashed two automobilcsCthe electric
of Honorti Blye and the Moore family
car, with the parents and husband of
June and her bosom friend. Iris Bleth Blethering,
ering, Blethering, and Bobble.
Marie and Officer Dowd were sud suddenly
denly suddenly Interrupted In their leisurely
stroll by a loud yelp, and a white and
brown streak threw Itself against Ma Marie.
rie. Marie. Bouncer! He barked, be circled,
he ran up the street a littlis way. ran
back and darted off again.
-Miss Junie!" cried Marie, and.
clutching O nicer Dowd by the sleere,
she ran up the street after the dog.
Vivian Durban, her chin tilted, her
face serene, her step deliberate aad aad-lelsurely,
lelsurely, aad-lelsurely, came into her studio. What Whatever
ever Whatever she had been about to say froze
on her lips as she saw the tableau be before
fore before the canvas. The exquisitely
molded runaway bride, draped like the
Spirit of the Marsh, stood upon the
"Oh! The word wag a shriek. Vi Vivian
vian Vivian Durban rushed down the length
of the studio, towering with rage. "S
that's itr she cried. "That s why you
brought ths creature here!
"VIvK" protested the artist.
"Out of my house!" the woman
screamed at June, her fingers working
convulsively. "Oat of my house thU
minute!" And she started toward the
frightened Jane. V
."Here!" Bennett Durban caught hlT'
wife's arm and held her back.
She stopped, and slowly her chin
went up. She turned on him coldly.
"Either that creature leaves goes In Instantly
stantly Instantly or you go! This Is my house!"
With a low cry June had darted
across the studio, cla.plng her gauzy
draperies about her as best she could.
In the ball she turned to dart up the
stairs, where her clothes had been left.
"Out of my houser sternly .called the
woman, and as Jane stopped, bewilder bewildered,
ed, bewildered, half crazed, the front door wis"
opened by the smirking butler, whose
furtive eye leered at her.
Faint, dazed, scarce knowing what
she did. June, draped as the Spirit of
the Marsh, slipped out of the house
and Into the siret
The artist and his wife went to the
porch and watched the girl Cutter
away. The woman turned to Durban.
"You're In love with her," she snapped.
Around the corner, two blocks away,
tore the Moore car, with Ned Warner
peering intently ahead. From the op opposite
posite opposite direction came Honoria Blye's
electric. In front of the -Durban door
stood a luxurious limousine with the
black shade drawn. Gilbert Blye's.
As June dashed down the steps the
door of the car o--ned nnd the white
mustached Orin Omnlnrrham sprang
out and en ugh t June by the wrist. An Another
other Another figure ped from the Durban
door. cloe upon the beautiful Spirit of
the Marsh. It was Gilbert Blye. and
he held outstretched a voluminous
(Continued Next Week)
For" plumbing and electrical work
see II. W. Tucker. Ffccns SD0 Z
OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY JUNE it, 115
-1r" i in ir- --
The members of the Waldo base baseball
ball baseball team are at the Harrington.
Fresh shrimp today. Rodoff at
Heating's Buffet. Phone 22. tf
Mr. George MacKay bought a new
touring car this morning.
Gerig's drugstore has just received
a fresh supply of pebble candy.
40 cents a iound. 6-7-tf.
The teachers' examinations now in
progress will likely last until Satur
Try some of those deviled crabs,
fresh every day at Rodoff's. Keating's
Buffet. Phone 22. tf
Mr. Roy B. Boyers is in receipt of
1000 Porto Rico yam (sweet potato)
slips for which he has no use and
would be glad to dispose of them to
someone who can use them.
Have your prescriptions filled at
Gerig's, the only drug store in Ocala
with more than one registered phar
Complaint is made that there is a
superabundance of bootblacks roam roaming
ing roaming the streets, and that they become
a nuisance to the public. They not
only "pester" people with their soli solicitations,
citations, solicitations, but at times gather in
bunches and become jiuisances to
those in the vicinity.
Do you use real up-to-the-minute
stationery? Our initial and plain cor correspondence
respondence correspondence cards are this kind. The
Court Pharmacy. tf
"Rev. J. M. Gross and Messrs. J. r.
Phillips and M. M. Little have return returned
ed returned from Largo where they attended
the meeting of the Ocala District
Conference of the Methodist church.
Mr. Phillips was elected one of the
lay delegates to the general confer conference,
ence, conference, and Mr. Little his alternate.
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open nignt
and day. Merchant's Cafe. tf
Will Smith, the negro who has been
in the county 'jail for some weeks
awaiting preliminary hearing on a
charge of assault, was arraigned in
Judge Smith's court this morning at
9 o'clock. No testimony was brought
before the court and the judge dis
On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1 with one dol
lar's worth of other groceries, for
caSh-Simith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
The 39th session of the Ocala Dis
trict Conference of the Methodist
church, South, convened at Largo,
Tuesday, Rev. F. R. Bridges presid
ing. Attending from Ocala besides
Rev. Bridges were Dr. J. M. Gross,
M. M. Little and J. P. Phillips, all of
whom returned home last night in the
latter's car. Dr. Gross was appointed
chairman of the committee on license
to preach and Mr. Little of leagues
and Sunday schools. The members of
the party report a most enjoyable trip
and a pleasant time while in Largo.
Call and examine our 50 cents a
pound box of chocolates. The box is
plain but the chocolates are high
grade. Troxler's. 4-tf
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf
Tell your physician, and tell him
plainly, to leave your prescriptions
where they'll be filled as written no
substitution here. The Court Phar
he Smith Grocery Company was
the victim of a petty thief last night.
The money drawer was' opened and
$2.20 taken. From indication, the
police think that the thief was a boy
who hid in the store before closing,
and after everybody had left the
store, broke open the cash drawer.
He made his way out by opening a
On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
E. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
This report is made from observa
tions taker daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. Max. Min R. F.
June 1 75 64
June 2 88
June 3 ..92
June 5 85
June 6 8G
June 7 85.
June 8 89
June 9 98
Fair tonight and Friday.
The Baptist Sunday school, or a
part of it picnicked at Lake Weir to today.
day. today. The A. C. L. made up a special
train, drawn by one of its big passen passenger
ger passenger engines, No. 228, to take the
crowd, but the bunch was thin, only
forty tickets being sold. "Beside the
Baptist kids ani kiddesses and their
older folks, were several members of
other 'denominations,, whom the Bap Baptists
tists Baptists promised to either convert or
duck in the lake during the day.
Conductor Lamb pulled the bellcord,
Mr. Longman, who is unlike his name,
SHEET MUSIC! If its published,
we have it or can get for you. LAT LAT-TNER'S
TNER'S LAT-TNER'S Piano Store. 4-21-tf.
W. K. Lane, 31. T. Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Law Library liulfding,
Tor roofing, guttering and sheet
metal work phone 388. R. E. Yonge
& Company. 31-6t
SEE THE FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetf ;les, milk and eggs. tt
On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
If you want to rent a house, ,get a
bargain, see S. H. Christian. 14-lm
Lodge memorial day for the Wood Woodmen,
men, Woodmen, Knights of Pythias and Odd
Fellows will be celebrated by them
on Sunday afternoon at the Temple
theater. All the members are re
quested to be on hand at 3 o'clock at
the K. of P. 'hall, from which place
they will march to the theater in a
THE GERMAN WOUNDED
Berlin, June 10. (By wireless, Say
ville, L. I.)
The Germans are terrifically syste
matic about their care of the wound wounded.
ed. wounded. All their men found on the bat-
UCUC1U A CLCi V C O, lllili' OIU uicosiug
Each is tagged with a card, which in indicates
dicates indicates whether he is badly hurt or
not. From the battlefield the wound
ed men are gotten back to the field
hospitals or to headquarters. A man
may be badly wounded and yet be
back on the firing line in three
months. Good -pure blood is what
helps the soldier through his wounds
heal easily after anticeptic dressings.
It is well for everybody to put the
blood in good order. Don't trifle with
health! Its too precious a possession.
It is trifling to neglect the little
every-day kind of ailments. It is
trifling, too. to take medicines of un
known or doubtful ingredients. If
your stomach gets out of rder, your
food is not digested and, of course,
your blood gets thin and you become
weak, ready to be a prey to the dis
ease germs always ready to attack
the run-down and the anaemic. If
your liver can't do its work, your
blood becomes impure and many trou
bles follow. If your bowels are irreer
ular, poisons accumulate in your
body. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery (in tablet or liquid form)
helps the stomach to digest food
properly, strengthens the liver, reer
ulates the bowels. As a consequence
you are vigorous, full of snap and
life? Fifty years ago Dr. Pierce
discovered that a glycerine extract of
Orolden Seal and Oregon grape root,
of queen's root and bloodrott with
blacky cherry bark would aid all the
digestive organs to work as nature in
tended they should. Thousands have
found that the "Golden Medical Dis Discovery"
covery" Discovery" he then introduced to the
world has restored them health when
suffering from stomach and liver
troubles. Now is the time to try this
famous remedy. Adv. 7
Buy your drugs from Gerig's. Qual Quality
ity Quality the best always. 4-27-tf
Constipation Cured Overnight
A small dose of Po-Do-Lax tonight
and you will enjoy a full, free, easy
bowel movement in the morning. No
griping, for Po-Do-Lax is Podophylin
(May Apple) without the gripe. Po-Do-Lax
corrects the cause of consti constipation
pation constipation by arousing the liver, increas increasing
ing increasing the flow of bile. Bile is nature's
antiseptic in the bowels. With proper
amount of bile, digestion in bowels is
perfect. No gas, no fermentation, no
constipation. Don't be sick, nervous,
irritable. Get a bottle of Po-Do-Lax
from your druggist now and cure
your constipation overnight. Ad. 1
Rexall Liver Salts puts vim into
lazy livers your money back if they
don't. Gerig's. 4-27-tf
Thirty-Six for 25 Cents
DrrKing's New Life Pills are now
supplied in well-corked glass bottles,
containing 36 sugar-coated white
pills, for 25c. One pill with a glass of
water before retiring is an average
dose. Easy and pleasant to take. Ef Effective
fective Effective and positive in results. Cheap
and economical to use. Get a bottle
today, take a dose tonight your con constipation
stipation constipation will be relieved in the morn morning.
ing. morning. 36 for 25c. at all druggists. Ad. 1
tf. D. C. MEETING
The regular monthly meeting of
Dickinson Chapter U. D. C.p will be
held Friday, afternoon at 3:30 o'clock
at the residence of Mrs. W. W. Har Har-riss.
riss. Har-riss. Mrs. Winer, Sec'y
Orange Springs, June 10. Rev.
Roland, pastor of the Methodist
church at this place, closed last week
a series of revival services held at
the church here. There were no ad-!
ditions to the church.
Rev. Hardin of Orlando, presiding
elder for this district, held quarterly
conference here June 1. A rainy day
and a small audience greeted him.
But the service was enjoyed im immensely
mensely immensely by those who could attend.
It was Rev. Hardin's first visit to our
town. We wish he could come often.
Rev. York of Rodman attended the
quarterly conference held here June
1st. Brother York is not a stranger
here and his friends were glad to see
Mr. C. J. Rast and wife from Lees Lees-burg
burg Lees-burg are spending the summer with
Mr. Rast's parentsy Mr. and Mrs.
George Rast. Their many friends
here welcome thejr advent into the
Mr. George Rast begins this week
to ship" butter-beans to the northern
markets. A number of our farmers
expect to ship tomatoes soon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Moon of Dun
nellon visited last week Mrs. Reed
Wimberly, who is a sister to Mrs.
Bathing in the white sulphur
spring and fishing on the river is the
chief pastime of our young people
Mrs. Carolyn Moorhead, county
collaborator for canning clubs, is ex
pected to give a demonstration here
soon. Quite a number of our farm
ers are growing tomatoes. They as
well as the club girls will very like
ly- find this demonstration interest-
ing. lhe date oi tne demonstration
will be posted on the bulletin board
at the depot. Look for it.
Mr. C. S. Turner of Boston and Mr.
J. M. Marcam of Morrisville, N. C,
were guests last week-at Homeplace
Mr. G. J. Apel of Stt Petersburg is
visiting his family this week. Mr.
Apel reports business as improving
some in St. Petersburg.
Friends and acquaintances of little
Helen Wimberly will be'- grieved to
learn of her sudden death on May 24.
Helen, aged 12, was the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wimberly. Mr.
Wimberly was reared in Orange
Springs. He and his wife and daugh daughter
ter daughter spent last winter here visiting his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Newton Wim Wimberly.
berly. Wimberly. The Columbus Citizen gives
the following account of the little
Standing on the westbound double
track of the Pennsylvania railroad
near Grandview, waving "by byes"
and throwing kisses'at a little baby
nearby, Helen Ethel Wimberly, aged
12, was run down and instantly killed
by a westbound passenger train short shortly
ly shortly after 5 o'clock Monday evening.
The little girl, who is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wimberly and
grandaughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
Walcutt, of Dublin road, had spent
the afternoon at Grandview. She had
planned for a diner party Tuesday
evening at the home of her uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Walcutt,
of Goodale boulevard, and Wednesday
she and her little playmates in Grad Grad-view
view Grad-view were going on a bird hike, which
they take every Wednesday afternoon.
In order to reach the home of her
grandparents she had to cross the
railroad tracks. A freight train was
running slowly on the eastbound
track, and the little girl stood on the
westbound track waving to the little
baby of Mrs. L. K. Godmai, of Lin Lincoln
coln Lincoln road, Gradview, who was in
charge of Miss Mary Conway, Mrs.
Godman's sister. Noise of the freight
train prevented her from hearing th
westbound passenger train, altho the
engineer blew his whistle, rang the
bell and tried to stop his train. The
engine struck her and killed 'her ma
most instantly. Miss Conway called
to her to notice the passenger train,
but.it was too late. The train crew
carried the little girl to her grand
parents' home. Her mother, who was
formerly Miss Eva Walcutt, was pros
traced with grief and was unconscious
for sometime after she learned of her
daughter's death. The playmates of
the little girl instead of going bird-
ing Wednesday as they had planned
will attend Helen's, funeral at the
Walcutt home at 10 o'clock on Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday morning. Burial will be
made in Green Lawn cemetery.
."When my daughter had whooping
cough she coughed so hard at one
time that she had hemorrhage of the
lungs. I was terribly alarmed about
her condition. Seeing Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy so highly recom
mended, I got her a bottle and it re
lieved the cough at once. Before she
had finished two bottles of this rem remedy
edy remedy she was entirely well," writes
Mrs. S. F. Grimes, Crooks ville. Ohio.
Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
Saf' That Time.
SDortsman (in auto, calling to boy
plowing In field by roadside) "HL
there, sonny! See anything to shoot
around here?" r.oy "Yep; but ye
needn't be scart. mister. It's jest my
luck always not to have my guu along"
with me." Judge.
When washing ornaments of glass
or fine china, if a turkish towel Is
placed in the bottom of the bowl It
prevents lhe 2rticle from getting
OCALA M M
(Continued from Third Page)
Mrs. M. H. Stovall left today for
Atlanta to spend a few days.
Miss Annie Pope Eagleton, who is
taking the two year course for first
grade teacher's certificate at the
State College in Tallahassee, will re return
turn return home tomorrow.
Mrs. G. W. Martin who has been in
Tallahassee since last Thursday, visit
ing her daughter, Miss Gladys Martin
at the Woman's College and Mrs. J. P.
Hilburn, will return home Saturday
accompanied by Miss Martin.
Mrs. Bunyan Stephens went down
to Lake Weir this afternoon to re remain
main remain until Mr. Stephens and the
campers return home.
Mrs. E. L. Carney has concluded
her trip to Washington, Baltimore
and other points of interest and is
now the guest of her sister, Mrs. W.
M. Scott in Savannah.
Berlin, June 9. Mr. and Mrs. E .C.
Rawls and children, of Jacksonville,
were the week end guests of their
grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
Stephens, last week.
Mr. Odis Hall and two pretty sis sisters,
ters, sisters, Misses Enla and Clara, of Geor Georgia,
gia, Georgia, are vitsiting their cousin, Miss
Annie Lee Hood.
Mrs. J. S. Everett and little son.
who have been spending a short
time with Mrs. Everett's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. G. W. Mills, returned to
their home at Ft. McCoy last week.
They were accompanied home bjr
Mrs. 'Everett's" sister, Miss Mattie
Mills, who will be her guest for a few
Mr. W. T. Hood, of Ocala, spent
Sunday here the guest of relatives.
Mrs. Carrie McCully, of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, arrived here last Friday to
spend a short time with relatives.
Memorial day was observed at the
Fellowship cemetery last Sunday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon by the Woodman of the
World, of Martel and Fellowship
lodges, all of theW.O.W. graves were
beautifully decorated with flowers
after the impressive ceremonies were
concluded. A large crowd was in at
Mr. S." J. McCully and daughter,
Miss Floy, spent last Monday in
Neuralgia Pains Stopped
You don't need suffer those agoniz
ing nerve pains in the face, head, arm,
shoulders, chest and back. Just apply
a few drops of-soothing Sloan's Lini
ment; lie quietly a few minutes. You
will get such relief and comfort! Life
and the world will look brighter. Get
a bottle today. 3 ounces for 25c, at
all druggists. Penetrates without
rubbing. Adv. 1
Candler, June 9. Mr. Harry Bax Bax-ball
ball Bax-ball nine from Oklawaha and Candler
ter continues to ship tomatoes.
Thursday afternoon a Dicked base
teams crossed bats with tne Belleview
club, on the latter's diamond, but
they cheerfully went down m defeat.
Mr. Benjamin Belcher has opened
an ice cream parlor in connection
with his grocery store, which is pre presided
sided presided over by Master -Delmar Belcher,
one of the town's promising young
yn ice cream sale was conducted
Thursday afternoon, under the aus auspices
pices auspices of the W. C. T. U.
The Presbyterian Sunday school is
making preparations for the obser
vance of Childrens' Day next Sunday.
A good congregation assembled at
the Metnodist" church Sunday morn morning,
ing, morning, but owing to the non appearance
or the pastor, there was no preach
ing service. An impromptu song ser service
vice service was enjoyed for .a short time.
Miss Mable McClain, who has been
a tenth grade student of the Ocala
High School for the past term, re
turned home Tuesday. Miss McClain
contemplates a visit to her sister in
Gainesville, in the near future.
Mrs. A. D. Moore has as her euest.
her sister-in-law, Mrs. A. Griffn, of
Hartford, Conn. Mrs. Griffin is en
route home from De Land, where she
attended the commencement exer
cises, her son being a graduate of
the law department.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mathews mo
tored up from Lake Weir Saturday
afternoon. They were accompanied
home, by Mrs. Chas Mathews.
How Mrs. Harrod Got Rid of Her
Stomach v Trouble
"I suffered with stomach trouble
for years and tried everything I
heard of, but the only relief I got was
temporary until last spring I saw
Chamberlain s Tablets advertised and
procured a bottle of them at our drug
store, I got immediate relief from
that dreadful heaviness after eating
and from pt..n in the stomach,"
writes Mrs. Linda Harrod, Fort
Wayne, Ind. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
Vulcanizing. AH work guaranteed.
Blalock Eros-, 107 Oklawaha Ave. lm
Best Thing for a Bilious Attack
"On account of my confinement in
the printing office I have for years
been a chronic sufferer from indiges indigestion
tion indigestion and liver trouble. A few weeks
ago I had an attack that was so se severe
vere severe that I was not able to go to the
case for two days. Failing to get any
relief from other treatment, I took
three of- Chamberlain's Tablets and
the next day I felt like a new man,"
writes H. C. Bailey, editor Carolina
News, Chapin, S. C. Obtainable ev everywhere.
erywhere. everywhere. Adv.
A Doctor's Prescription for Cough an
Effective Cough Treatment
One-fourth to one teaspoonful of
Dr. King's New Life Discovery, taken
as needed, will soothe and check
coughs, colds and the more danger dangerous
ous dangerous bronchial and lung ailments. You
can't afford to take the risk of serious
illness, when so cheap and simple a
remedy as Dr. King's New Discovery
is obtainable. Go to your druggist to
day, get a bottle of Dr. King's New
Discovery, start the treatment at
once. You will be gratified for the re
lief and cure obtained. Ad. 1
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR RENT Rooms for light house housekeeping,
keeping, housekeeping, furnished or unfurnished,
or single furnished rooms. Mrs. A. M.
Perry, No. 19, Herbert street. tf6
WANTED Orders by Altar Guild i
for children's garments, aprons,,
hemstitching and embroidering. Call
phone 70. 5-tf
STRAYED June Cth, fox terrier,
six months old, white, tan ears,
name spot. Reward. 230 Broadway or
Star 'office. g-Ct
FOR EXCHANGE Will exchange a
slightly used $25 gas range for a
wood stove or other furniture, or will
sell it cheap for cash if sold at once.
Apply P. O. Box 517, Ocala, Fla. C-8
FOR RENT Furnished rooms: with
modern conveniences; centrally lo located,
cated, located, three blocks from court courthouse.
house. courthouse. Apply to Mrs. Ellis, 323
East Oklawaha avenue. 29-tf
FOR RENT Well located and nlceK
furnished rooms in residence next
x to the Colonial; also for light
nousekeeping. Inquire at the Co
ROOMS AND BOARD Larze
rooms with board at special sum summer
mer summer rates.. Mrs. M. E. Ervin, at
Carlton House. 19-1 mo.
WANTED A position by a sixteen-
year-old boy, willing to do v any
thing; has a bicycle. Call phone 528
or the Star office. 9-Gt
LOST Between Ocala and Belleview,
a blue serge coat with initials L.
F. S. Finder will be suitably reward rewarded
ed rewarded by notifying L. F. Causey, Weirs-
dale, Fla., or leaving at Star office. 9tf
WANTED Clean cotton rags, bring
to this office.
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, "No. 29, O. E. S-,
meets at Yonge hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 73 o'clock.
Mrs. Emily Webb, W. M.
Mrs. Lillian Simmors, Sec'y.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge Mo. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meet?
the second and fourth TJuesday even
Ings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always- welcome. Club- house
opposite postofflce, east slde.
L. H. von Engelken E. R.
Nelson Geise, Secretary. At.
TuUla Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F..
meets In Vocge's II!1 every Tuesdaj
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel
come always extended to visiting
brethren. J. D. Wilkes, N. G.
'V. L. Co.bert. Secretary.
KXIGIITH OK PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Convention
held every Monday at 8 p. m., at
ijasrie nan. over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial Telcome to vis
Cta. K. Sage. K. of R. S. Ad
CHAPTER NO. 13, It. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ora1a
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M.. on the
fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. m. H. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake TUofc-n, Secretary.
The Ocala' Temple Lodge No. 23
Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members are
cordially invited to meet with us.
Sarah C. Blitch, M. E. C
Kate B. Howell. M. R. and M. C
LUUOX-I)CN. masomo loigi:
Marlon -Dunn Lodse rsu. J
A. M.. meets oa the first and thirt?
Thursday evening or each month a
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
A. E. Burnett, V. M.
Jake Prown, Secretary. A J
coxconniA lodgk t. u. or a.
Concor.lia. Iortep. PratpmaT I'n'nn
of America, meets In Yoage's HaU
cn tne second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M
Chaa. K. Sage. Secretarv. Ad
Charles Gcddard. C. C
WOODMEN OF T1IH voi:i,i
Fot King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. Hallfi at 8 n. m everv
ecoud and fourth Friday. Vi.sUIa
sovereigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Herk.
LOVAL ORMF.lt OF M(MSH
Ocala Lodge So. 6yy. L, O. M.
meets every Thursday at S;30 p. -n
Visiting brethern always welcome ;c
the lodge and dub house oa Mag
colia street, near postofflce.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Give3 More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the city.
ADVERTISE IN THE STAR
UJT ME OU 1 SAVE i-p
WATCH FOR MY ANNOUNCEMENT
. -. :
"We Treat Your
Will last 'longer and look better if you send them to us to be
laundered by our up-to-date methods. Our special machinery for
this class of work gives the best work that is obtainable with
the least. possible wear. If we are not now calling for your laun laundry
dry laundry just call PHONE 21 and let us prove to you that there is no
work superior to oars.
' Imperial Steam laundry
Trains For Rent Light and Heavy OauUno
Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight,
COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.
Of Application for ('barter
Notice is hereby given that we. the
undersigned. wJll on th 1st day of
July. A. D. Jaii. apply to the governor
of the atste of Florida, at Tallahassee
the capital, for lt-tters "patent to i&xue
uixler the following proposed charter
h I. (iADSOX.
J. S. UltWIIH.
JOS. Ijl. WILKV.
W. P. WILSON.
DR. I It. HAMPTON".
A. ST. OJvO. KICHAHDSOX.
1L II IX) WK.
copv op phoiv.si:d ciiartkr or
OUAI. V knittino and m vnu vnu-factuking
factuking vnu-factuking company
We. the uderIf?nefl. hereby associate
ourselves together for the purpose of
becoming incorporated under the law
of the rtate of Florida applicable to
corporation for profit. t
The name of this corporation isbali
(m,'LA KNITTINO AM) MANU MANUFACTURING
FACTURING MANUFACTURING COM PAN V, a.r.4 Its prin principal
cipal principal place oX business ehall be the city
of Ocala. Mirinn county. Florida, bul
It may -tabli.H.i offices and brancliw
in such other place or place In the
state of Florida or outside of said
tate as it ivhall deem desirable In the
conduct of its busine.s.
The Rreneral nature of the bulneg
to be transacted by this corporation
1. To manufacture and market all
kinds of garments;
To otrst and operate knitting
mm ni oinr iTctorie;
3. To own and operate canning fac factories
tories factories and to market the rrodiwt:
A. To p:jrfhase. own. lease, ell and
0ti-poe of all kind of real and per
sonal property r whatever nature;
i. To l-.n 1 and borrow money, tak-
Inij and trivfnir therefor uch evidence
of Indebtedness and fecurity as may
be deemed propf-r and necessary in the
conduct of its iHJsineas;
6. To tho any and all things necea
ary for carrying: out the above pur
The amount of capital ftock of tbix
corporation hall be fifty thousand
-u.0C0) uollar.-.. divided into tlve thou
snd j-hares of tiie par value of ten
1 1 u ) doll .rs ifh. juya!.: in cash or
property. JaU-tr or ervic-:. tt a Jut
-aliiHtldn thert-of to be fixed by the
board of director at a meeting1 called
fr fuch pu r; -.
The term f"" which this corporation
il exist U rtln-t r-nlne years.
i imjintfj .r this corporation
'iall b conducted by a president, a
vice-president, a fecretary and a. treas
urer, an-i a Uanl of director compos
-i r not than neven nor more
tnan eleven members; th officer shall
be cho?-n annually by the Mockhold Mockhold-era
era Mockhold-era at the annual, meeting of this cor corporation
poration corporation lo be he'll on. the second
Tuesday in January of each year; arry
t-o .f the above named offices may
b held by one and the sam person
exr--pt ill office of president and
vif--pr --:dnt: the follow ini named of of-f
f of-f ) r hall conduct the business of
this tr j-ra? ion until those elected at
the fir?.: aonual meeting -jthall qualify:
Ur Si l.-r.t.-;oriro Giles; Vice-iTeni-dent.
J P. Gads m; it-cretary. J. S. La-R-
ie: Treaurr. J. I Vlly; Direc Directors.
tors. Directors. G-.re G:1-mF. I. Gadson. J. I
Wil.-y. J. Ullohe. Jos 1'. Giles. W.
I. Wil-on. U It. Ha-npton. A- t. Ge-o.
US h. r lsi'ii and N. E. ind fup-
-rinten l. nt. II. F. Booth.
ARTICLE VI. -!a-Jebtedaes
Th Mvrhf-st amo-unt of indebtedness
or liability to which this corporation
IIFAVKII IK) UU
Superior to l'.wttr
fr Ceiliop. in
(Quality or. Price
h.ll jubjev itself Is fifty thousand
uharl pt ioq
The names and j.-ar-'- -f residence
of the fL'ffc.rribtr to fhm capital stock
ami the number of shares of tock sub--rribed
for by each, are as follows:
Name liefilenca Share
George Giles. Ocala. Florida 500
F. I. Gi'!on, Ocala. Florid fi
Jos. L W iley. Ocala. Florida 10
J. S. LaRoi-be. trala, Florida 25
W. P. Wi!nn. O-ala. Florida 25
Ir. I I lit pion. Ooalx. FloHIa. 23
A. ti. Ct a. U)cfiard-"in, Ocala. Fla. 23
X. E. Lowe, Ocala. Florida 2S
STATE OP FIXDRIDA.
COUNTY OF MARION.
On this day personally came before
me Goorgre Gil. F. P. Cadon, J. U
"A i!y. J. S. XARoche. W. I. Wilson. L.
TL Hampton. A. t. Geo. Richardson
J and N. E. Lowe, each to me -well known
to r me iiwitwusi aescrioea in ena
who subscribed their names to the
foreffolny articles of Incorporation, and
each acknowledged o me, each for
Mmrelf. that he s-iame-1 his name there thereto
to thereto ir,d .tjbcribed for the amount of
capital mock st opposite Ms name.
In witness i'heref I have hereunto
"et my hand nl oLicil eal. this the
23th day of May. A. I). 1S15.
(Notary Sa t ) N. C GEIHE.
Notary PubHe. State of Florida.
My commission expires hrwiry 1 1,
Of Sale of Bonds of the City of Ocala,
The Board cf Bond Trustees of the
City of Ocala, Florida, -will on the
Twenty-Sixth Day of June. A. D. 1313
at 3 o'clock p. ra. at the o55:e of Tl. S.
Hall, in Ocala, Marion cot nty, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, sell to the highest and est bidder
the following bonds of sailtity:
$35,000 worth of water works bonds
of said city, of ilie dencr ination of
$1,000 each, bearing five p-.r cent in interest,
terest, interest, payable semi-annually, all of
said bonds maturing AufcTt 1st, A.
D. 1933. Interest and principal paya payable
ble payable at the office of the City Treasurer
of the City of Ocala.
$100,000 .worth of Sewcr-xge Bonds
of said city, of the denom ination cf
$1,000 each, bearing five p -r cent in interest,
terest, interest, payable serai-annual !y, $G3tCCC
of paid bonds maturing: January 1st,.
1025, $33,000 of said bondr maturing
January 1st, 1933, and $3 4, COO of ssid
bonds maturing January 1st, l'..45.
The principal and interest of sard
bonds being payable at the cilice cf
the City Treasurer of said city.
Bids may be submitted at any time
before sale, should be directed to
ERNEST J. CROOK, SECRETARY
OF BOARD OF BOND TRUSTEE
OCALA, FLORIDA; all bids must hs
sealed and accompanied by a certif.c J
check for five per cent of the bid at
evidence of good faith, to be returned
if bid not accepted.
The said Board hereby reserves
the right to reject any and all bids.
P.. S. HALL.
Chairman of the Board of Bond Trus Trustees
tees Trustees of the City of Ocala.
Attest: E. J. CROOK.
Secretary of the Board of For i
Trustees of the City of Ocala. 27-tf
"My dear,, every ."woman onzhl to
oln a club. '. It's so refresh; :
ilackball some one you don't 1: :?."
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