OBSIIIUIE FIGHIIIIG WITHOUT
London, June 14. Heavy fighting
has been resumed on the Gallipoli
peninsula. The Turkish war office
claims that attacks of French and
British forces against the Turkish
right wing has been repulsed and
that the allies have been thrown back
to their oliginal positions with heavy
A press dispatch from Petrograd
says that 20,000 men in General Mac Mac-kensen's
kensen's Mac-kensen's Austro-German army were
killed as the result of the attack on
Russian positions near Maseiska,
Galicia. The Austro-German attempt
to capture Lembrg is said to have
Official dispatches, however, indi indicate
cate indicate 1 no marked change in Galicia,
where the fighting is continuous and
FIERCE FIGHTING ON AUSTRO-
ITALIAN RONT '' '
The occupation of the Carinthian
town 'of Valentina, by the Italians, is
officially announced at Rome. Along
the Isonzo river a battle of large pro proportions
portions proportions has been in progress for
several days. Although the .Italians
have apparently won some slight ad advantage,
vantage, advantage, the Austrians have brought
up reinforcements and are offering a
SUBS ON THE JOB
A German submarine stopped the
Danish schooners Katrine and Cocoa Cocoa-merstal,
merstal, Cocoa-merstal, and sent the latter's crew
aboard the Katrine and set the other
vessel afire. The Katrine reached the
Frith of Forth, Scotland, this morn morning.
ing. morning. GREAT NUMBER OF GRADUATES
West Point Class is the Largest that
West Point, June 13. The largest
class that ever graduated from the
United States Military Academy re received
ceived received their diplomas yesterday. The
class numbered 164. Secretary of War
Garrison delivered the commence commencement
ment commencement address. Joseph D. "Arthur of
South Carolina, was among the five
honor men of the graduating class.
He xanked third.
NEGRO LYNCHED IN GEORGIA
Toccoa, Ga., June 14. Sam Steph Stephens,
ens, Stephens, a Hall county negro, was remov removed
ed removed from the Stephens county jail here
early today by a mob of more than a
hundred men, hanged to a nearby tree
and Tiis body riddled with bullets.
The negro who was serving a sen sentence
tence sentence for an attempted assault in Hall
county, escaped from a convict squad
Friday night. He took refuge in the
woods near here and late yesterday,
it was alleged, attacked a farmers'
16-year-old daughter while the re remainder
mainder remainder of the family was away from
Stephens was captured at Madison,
S. C. The girl is said to haVe iden iden-ti.'
ti.' iden-ti.' id him.
Fis f nomm cslIsl 75c;
THE STAR IS
T THEY HAVE GIVEN TEUTOHS
DECIDED RESULT BEIl'EEII
RICH OCCURRENCE THIS MORN MORNING
ING MORNING OUT ON THE SILVER
The colored people were to have a
picnic at Silver Springs this morn morning.
ing. morning. They engaged the big motor
truck and trailer, used by the Ocala
Transportation Co., to carry as many
as could get on board out to the
Springs. Things went well on the first
trip, but when the big machine, in
charge of a colored driver, left town
about 10 o'clock, 'was when it met
disaster. When a hundred yards be be-yound
yound be-yound the short curve on Okla wnha
avenue, going towards the cemetery,
the man had to give all the road to a
horse that, was frightened and cut cutting
ting cutting up, or else run over the animal.
He turned out too far and the right
front wheel of the truck cut down in into
to into the soft earth, he lost control and
the big truck went over the four
foot embankment, turning squarely
on its side the trailer following suit,
while the load of passengers, about
sixty in number, dumped out into the
haw bushes and on the wire fence.
Reports came to town in a hurry,
exagerated, of course, that several
were killed and a big crowd of spec spectators
tators spectators soon gathered. The extent of
the injuries was a broken arm or
two, a fractured leg and a lot of
minor cuts and bruises.
Had the vehicles turned entirely
over, especially the heavy truck, sev several
eral several of the passengers would undoubt undoubtedly
edly undoubtedly have been killed.
There was a great deal of joshing
and fun among the passengers and
their friends, after it was found there
were -no fatalities.
One big woman was a sight to be behold
hold behold with the soda water and the
many colors of ice cream that had
poured over her, mixed with the dirt
of the road. She said, "Hit is sho'er
pitty to see all of the good ice cream
and soda water, all gone to waste,
what's done and run in de ground and
all over them triflin niggers. I gofer
nuf of it on me to outfitten er scur scur-sion
sion scur-sion refreshment car."
"Where did you land when the
spill was made," a bystander asked
"Lawdy, chile, I dunno. Erbout fif fifty
ty fifty niggers was all piled on top of
me and I was completely burried,"
she replied, continuing with emphasis,
"I thought milag' day was'er gwine
ter come. There was er bigsoft, fat
nigger under me, and ernother slim
nigger was on top of my haid and I
was mashed rite down into that fat
pusson so's I couldn't breathe. I
kicked and moaned and scrambled till
I got kinder loose and den you betch betch-er,
er, betch-er, I cum up out of that kickin and
squirmin mass of cullud pussons."
A frying-sized boy, who was rub rub-bink
bink rub-bink his shin, when asked what kind
of a stunt he did, said he went "clean
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over that haw bush and lit on the
barbed wire fence."
A colored girl said: "I went er long
ways before I hit anything and then
it was er bush what broke the shock
and I aint hert er tall."
The truck and the trailer were
both uninjured and were soon righted,
hauled out of the ditch and ready for
PAY ITS PART
WEST VIRGINIA FINALLY LOSES
ITS FIGHT AGAINST
Washington, June 14 The supreme
court today decided that West Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia must pay $12,393,929 as its net
hart.o.f -Vii Riniu's- iieUt -at the time
the state was diveded.
ACQUIRED STOCK IN
Controlling Interest Goes to Head of
the Big Powder Company
New York June 13. It was an announced
nounced announced yesterday that the majority
of the capital stock of the Equitable
Life Assurance Society of the United
States has been sold by the executors
of the late J. P. Morgan's estate to
General Coleman Dupont. The trust
under which the stock has been voted
remains undisturbed ,it was said.
MARKETING BUREAU MEETING
A meeting of the Florida Market Marketing
ing Marketing Bureau directors will be held in
the rooms of the Marion County
Board of Trade tomorrow after afternoon
noon afternoon at 3 o'clock.
The officers who have had charge
of the business of the concern since
its organization will be on hand to
make reports of their various depart departments.
ments. departments. All matters pertaining to the con conduct
duct conduct of the business of the bureau
will be gone over and plans laid for
the future. All members, now num numbering
bering numbering over 600, have been notified
of the meeting and urged to be pres present
ent present and offer their suggestions and
ideas as to the handling of the bu bureau
reau bureau in the future.
A large gathering of truckers is
expected, and the meeting will be the
most important since the inaugura inauguration
tion inauguration of the concern.
The .. Florida Christian Advocate
fairly radiates league spirit this week.
It is given over almost entirely to
discussion of various phases of the
league work and the front page bears
the likeness of the state officers.
Among others is Mrs. Maud B. Little,
department editor and organizer,
whose writings have been of so much
help to others than those of her own
state. Florida believes in the Ep Ep-worth
worth Ep-worth League and expects it to make
good and she is not being disappoint disappointed.
ed. disappointed. Texas Christian Advocate.
wm.m wMMg m jmm m m
r-rn-d rim af- m Vtrf-1 mi ra .m
YOUR A.IRIR. AM.GEIMIIEJMTrS TTO ATTEND
OF CHICAGO PEOPLE WALKED TO THEIR
WORK THIS UOBIIHIC
ChicagoJune 14- Approximately
a million and a half of people walked,
railroaded, motored, bicycled or roller
skated to work here this morning.
Fourteen thousand street car em employes
ployes employes struck at midnight last night.
Not a wheel has turned on the en entire
tire entire elevated and surface car systems
today. No disorder is reported. The
men cheered when they left the cars
at the barns.
An all day conference yesterday
failed of arbitration. The strikers de demand
mand demand a wage increase and guarantee.
The employers refused, and announc announced
ed announced they would not operate cars today.
Plans have been made to bring
5,000 strike breakers to operate and
guard the cars.
SAYS THAT IT
RESIGNATION, CLAIMS MR. BRY BRY-AN,
AN, BRY-AN, CAUSED AMERICAN
NOTE TO BE REVISED
Washington, June 13. Former Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Bryan, who resigned rather
than sign the second note to Ger Germany,
many, Germany, issued another statement yes yesterday;
terday; yesterday; declaring that the note was
materially revised following the pre presentation
sentation presentation of his resignation. The re revision,
vision, revision, Mr. Bryan averred, softened
the note, but not sufficient to justify
him in withdrawing his resignation.
MANY COMMISSION" MEN
Hare Their Headquarters at the Har Harrington
rington Harrington nail
Mr. Jas. L. Leonard of Leonard,
Crossett & Riley, Cincinnati, Ohio,
accompanied by a number of that
firm's buyers is in the city. This con concern
cern concern is one of the largest melon deal dealers
ers dealers in the country, and growers will
be glad to know that they are on the
ground. They are making headquar headquarters
ters headquarters at the Harrington HalL Among
those registered are Jas. L. Leonard,
Henry T. Kuhlmeyer, Wm. J. Kuntz,
Jr., C. Steinfeld, Charles Finch, Mike
Streibig, Arthur Bochner, R. L. Arm Arm-acost,
acost, Arm-acost, Nick Schultz and Chas. S.
Rohde. Messrs. Leonard and Kuhl Kuhlmeyer,
meyer, Kuhlmeyer, who have studied the melon
situation in this section for. many
years, state that this season's outlook
is fair. They are especially optimis optimistic,
tic, optimistic, as to the quality of the fruit,
stating that it is large and runs uni uniform.
form. uniform. While the season is late, they
look for a good movement here. Mel Melon
on Melon buyers are beginning to assemble,
and quite a nice movement is expect expected
ed expected by the middle of the week. Trans Transportation
portation Transportation companies are also assem assembling
bling assembling their representatives in antic anticipation
ipation anticipation of securing a slice of this bus business.
iness. business. Among railroad men who are
here are H. F. Garrett, T. F. A. Q. &
C, headquarters Jacksonville; Char Charles
les Charles Forrest, G. A. Frisco, Atlanta; W.
M. Coble, T. F. A. M. D. & S., head headquarters
quarters headquarters Jacksonville, and W. Ogles Ogles-by,
by, Ogles-by, superintendent South Georgia
railroad, headquarters Quitman. A
number of other railroad men and
buyers are expected within the next
The Temple tonight will have "The
Perfect Thirty-Six 'one of those in inimitable
imitable inimitable comedies by Montague Glass
rendered into pictures. Its said to be
one of the funniest things ever put on
a scree a.
JUNE 14, 1915
OCALA III All
MARION COUNTY BOARD OF
TRADE PUTS US ON AN ANOTHER
OTHER ANOTHER IMPORTANT MAP
In reply to a request for a write write-up
up write-up of Ocala from the editors of the
New International Enclycopedia, Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Rooney contributed the follow following:
ing: following: Ocala, the Brick City, county seat
of Marion county, Florida. In the
geographical center of the state.
Served by the Atlantic Coa3t Line,
Seaboard Air Line, Oklawaha Valley
and Ocala & Southwestern, and Okla Oklawaha
waha Oklawaha river, connections to all points.
Splendid federal building, postoflice
and district court house, second best
high school building in the state,
country club, hospital, Carnegie li library
brary library and the famous Silver Springs.
Ocala is a city of pretty homes and
well kept lawns. The soil is unusually
well adapted to the forming of a
solid sod and-this condition has been
taken the greatest advantage of by
our home builders. Ideally located. Al Almost
most Almost in the center of the big county
of Marion, easy accessible from every
point. Good roads,- converge in the
city. Being a business center for
much of the hard rock phosphate ter territory
ritory territory of Florida, and having around
it one of the most permanent and
widely developed agricultural sections
of the state, Ocala naturally is a
great trade mart in proportion to its
size. On the other hand, occupying as
it does one of the most attractive
spots along the high ridge which
forms the water shed dividing line for
south and middle Florida, it is a city
which attracts residents who have the
capital, to live where they please.
Large 'lumber and turpentine, lime
and phosphate interests, crate mill,
foundry and machine shops, kitchen
cabinet factory, etc. Municipal own owned
ed owned water works and electric light
plant with a hundred thousand dollar dollar-addition
addition dollar-addition to same. Present population
actual count 7200.
Blitchton, June 12. Mr. B. R.
Blitch spent several days in Ocala
Miss Varina Blitch is convalescing
from typhoid fever.
Miss Legie Blitch and MTssrs. Lan Lan-dis
dis Lan-dis and Loonis Blitch entertained a
number of their Ocala friends Friday
afternoon in honor of their house
guests. They motored to Ocala and
attended the picture show in the eve evening.
ning. evening. Messrs. F. E. Crawford and Will
McArthur of Montbrook were Thurs-H
Mr. J. W. Coulter motored to Ocala
Mr. Goree Blitch spent Friday in
Mr. F. W. Peterson of Morriston
wa3 a Saturday caller.
The body of James Barton the un unfortunate
fortunate unfortunate man who was found dead
by the railroad track Friday night,
was buried in the old cemetery Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Nothing was heard from any of
his relatives. There is Jittle doubt
that he was killed by the engine of
the special train.
Ask to hear your favorite singer at
The Murray Company. ll-3t
TiraiFE Loaves Ocala at
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OCCURBE 111 A SOUTI
TO LYIICH A liEGRO PRISONER BROUCHT Oil A
Winnsboro, S. C, June 14 A citi citizen
zen citizen named Eisenhauser and Utes
Smith, a negro prisoner charged with
criminal assault, were killed, five of officers
ficers officers were wounded. Sheriff A. D.
Hood probably fatally, when a mob
of about 100 men attempted to take
Smith from the officers at the en entrance
trance entrance to the court house here today.
Two of the other four officers hurt are
in a serious condition, but it is be believed
lieved believed they will recover.
SHERIFF TRIED TO PROTECT
When the mob showed signs of at attempting
tempting attempting to seize the prisoner, the
sheriff warned them to desist. The
order was disregarded and .some one
fired and hit the negro. The shoot shooting
ing shooting then became general and con
tinued for ten minutes.
Smith's alleged crime was commit
ted in April. He has been in the
state penitentiary at Columbia for
TYPICAL STATE TROOPS
Adjutant General Moore, at Colum Columbia,
bia, Columbia, was immediately notified of. the
riot and left for Winnsboro in k an
automobile with supplies of ammuni ammunition.
tion. ammunition. It is said the local guards were
unable to help save the prisoner be because
cause because they had no cartridges.
BROWNS MAY TRAIN AT MIA31I
The manager of the St. Louis
Browns, says the Times-Union, is at
Miami, where he is looking over the
new baseball park which the Tatums
are building with a view of having his
club there for their, spring training.
The Tatums are building what is
supposed to be the finest park in the
Derrill Pratt, the second baseman
of this club, who married Miss Leon Leon-tine
tine Leon-tine Rarasaur of St. Petersburg who
has a great many friends in this city,
is making his usual fine record with
the team, as evidenced by the fol following
lowing following from Saturday's baseball re report:
port: report: Pratt Accepted Fourteen Chances
Without an Error
Washington, June 11 St. Louis
hit Gallia hard in three innings today
and broke Washington's winning
streak by taking the last game of the
scries 5 to 1. Pratt accepted four fourteen
teen fourteen fielding chances without an error.
Mr. W. L. Lamar, formerly with
the Postal Telegraph Company here,
spent Sunday in Ocala renewing old
acquaintances. Mr. Lamar is now con connected
nected connected with the Sheehy Mercantile
Company of Washington, and is their
representative for the state of Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. Rev. S. J. Winchester will deliver
his celebrated lecture, "Give the Gi:rls
a Square Deal," at the courthouse
this evening and tomorrow evening.
This evening he will speak to men
only, and tomorrow to women only.
Mr. Winchester is working to lessen
the social evil and promote a single
standard of morals. He is an inter interesting
esting interesting speaker, and comes to Ocala
highly recommended. What .he has
to say i3 well worth hearing.
K. of P. meet tonight.
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END OF ARGUMENT FOR AND
AGAINST FRANK THIS
Atlanta, June 14. Solicitor Dorsey
today argued before Governor Slaton
against the commutation of Leo M.
Frank's death sentence for the mur murder
der murder of Mary Phagan. He declared the
evidence with that of the negro,
James Conley's eliminated, indicated
the guilt of Frank. W. M. Howard
will make the closing argument for
Frank late today.
MARION COUNTY FARMING
Last week I spent some time in Ma Marion
rion Marion county with County Demonstra Demonstration
tion Demonstration Agent McCulIy, when we visited
some of the farming enterprises that
are; exceedingly creditable.. One de deserving
serving deserving '"special" mention was. that of
Capt. Pyles. about six miles south of
Ocala where a system' of farming is
carried ont in a diversified way. Capt.
Pyles is an old resident of Marion
county, and has had some years of ex experience
perience experience as a farmer and "business
man in Marion county. On his farm
we found a well established dairy dairy-consisting
consisting dairy-consisting of about forty dairy cows
most of which are in full milk. The
feeds for this herd are largely pro produced
duced produced on the farm with the exception
of the cotton seed meal. The product
sold is butter and for the manufac manufacturing
turing manufacturing of this Mrs. Pyles has an up-to-date
outfit consisting of a separ separator,
ator, separator, ice-boxes and the building all
screened and in good sanitary sur surroundings.
roundings. surroundings. The dairy operations are
supervised by Mrs. Pyles, who also
supervises the poultry operations,
This year Mrs. Pyles has about 500
young chicks from half a pound to
two pounds weight 'which she pro produces
duces produces mainly for home use and cf
course has many for sale. On the farm
can be seen about 100 acres of splen splendid
did splendid corn. About six acres of soya soyabeans
beans soyabeans are planted between the corn
and are making splendid growth.
This diversified farm illustrates what
can be done in the good farming sec sections
tions sections of the state. Aside from the
different systems of farming sug suggested,
gested, suggested, almost every phase of diver diversified
sified diversified farming is looked after with
the same care and it was especially
pleasing to see this diversified sys system
tem system carried out on such an extensive
In other sections of the county I
found a greater tendency to a-diver-sified
system than 'ever before. Sev Several
eral Several silos will be built this summer
and live stock seem 3 to be the direct
object of the most influential farm farmers
ers farmers of the county, and prospects are
good that the live stock interests of
the county will increase 100 per cent
in two years or less.
Arthur P. Spencer,
, Gainesville. District Agent.
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OCALA EVENING STAR MONDAY, JUNE 14, 1915
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Ilusine Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Oct1, Fla., postofflce as second class matter.
iArden. There, on a bluff above the; UNION MEMORIAL SERVICE
: winding stretches of Silver river, is T -;
Mrs. Sistrunk's rose garden. It is Union memorial services were held
: out in the orange grove, and as the j at the Temple theater yesterday aft-
' owner lives miles away, it cannot j ernoon under the auspices of the local
have the care that a flower garden is J lodges of Odd Fellows, Knights of
! .-apposed to have; in fact it is culti- Pythias and Woodmen.
vated like a part of the grove or field. I The three lodges met at Castle Hall
I So it looked very unusual as well as, and marched to the theater in a body
and occupied seats in the center of
the auditorium which had been re-
; very pretty, with its hundreds of
bushes, loaded down with roses, al
most out in the woods: for some of served tor them. JUanv friends of the
the bushes grew close enough to the j orders weie present to participate in
hammock for the flowers to almost J the exercises. Mr. W. L. Colbert was
'. mintrle with its foliage. This and', master of ceremonies
Clear Soup. Wafer.
Tomato SaUd. Coffee.
One year, in advance. ..... $5.00
lx months, in advance 2.50
rhree months, in advance. .. 1.25
On month, in advance .50
One year- in advance $3.00
Six months, in advance. . . 4.25
Three months, in advance.. 2.23
One month, in advance.
some other instances we have seen
prove that if roses and other flowers
were set out all over Florida they
Egg Shell Vases.
AVE up all the eggshells when
making cakes. To do this break
the eggs at the small end and
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Today is nag aay. e aic
more days than we can keep up with.
Will somebody please remind our
German friends that Germany sold
ammunition to Spain during the
Spanish-American war. v
"Austria's firmness set the world at
war," says Mr. Bryan. He is the first
American to call it firmness. The
rest of us have described it as bully
"Trousers a Century Old," says the
Miami Herald. That's the kind news newspaper
paper newspaper men usually wear. Tampa
Lambright must have credit with
an extraordinary good tailor. We are
never able to find a pair of trousers
that will last more than four months.
Louis 'R. Chazal & Sons Co. are
using advertising spa.e in the Breed
er's Gazette, Chicago. National ad adverting
verting adverting of this kind is a benefit not
crdy to the company but to Ocala and
pTaaTand the example can't be too
widely followed by our real estate
Mr. Richard W. Ervin of Fellow Fellowship,
ship, Fellowship, who was in the city Saturday,
desires the Star to correct the im impression
pression impression that has been created that
he favors the cutting off of a portion
of Marion county to create the pro proposed
posed proposed Bloxham county! He is a loyal
Marion countyite and wants to keep
the present boundaries intact, which
seems to be almost a universal idea
in the affected district, with the ex exception
ception exception of the extreme northwestern
" part of the county.
It appears to us that everyone so
disposed having delivered himself of
his opinion in the matter of the resig
nation of Mr. Bryan, all should now
so far as possible forget him during
the balance of this administration.
President Wilson and no other must
and does represent the American
government during these crises; and
what Mr. Bryan or any other pri private
vate private citizen who may disagree with
him may say or do can only hamper,
and in no way aid, the government
Even if the people had less confi confidence
dence confidence in the judgment of the presi
dent than in that of a former mem
ber of his cabinet, their duty would
be in support of the president; but
in fact that confidence reposes quite
the other way. St. Petersburg
Good advice. Mr. Bryan, however,
will not allow us to forget him as long
as he is able to talk.
A splendid program had been pre
pared by the joint committee from save the shells. Itine these out with
the three organizations. The ad- cold water, cut off evenly to make the
would bloom the year around, whether dresses of Rev. J. M. Gross and Mr. mouth of the vase, then Derore using
attend to or not, and our roads i Wm. M. Gober were greatly enjoyed mark ach SDeU wlth inltia,f,
rni.ht he Ordered with flower, like j and app.ecUued a, the ,0,"
English lanes are said to be; only s music furnished by the orchestra and ,,lTW.,.n ..int t nnrisrht In a
. I every month in the year instead of j many of Ocala's leading vocalists. Ush of Kreen moss to it In
I half of them. Mr. Sistrunk's farm j Mr. Colbert expressed the thanks of j,iacet while it in turn can hold a clus-
has improved the consideration of the, lies in the angle of the Silver and lit-j the lodges to those who so kindly as- ter of dainty spring beauties, dark blue
combatant for the non-combatant. It' tie Oklawaha rivers, and is as big as j sisted in making the services a sue- wood violets or golden California pop-
has become one of the principles and some .New tngiana counties i ne, cess pies.
. a ... uf (i,0 ; rrrpntpr t.nrt of it is ummnroved. but After the services at the theater. I Pond Lily saiaa
the greatest vinue 01 ai x- ... -
. .. a. f t.: v. .-. Y,rr nronow trrnvo lnfulpfl committf fmm the various nnlpr
soldier and sailor wno ipugnt ir - a. Z. l; I a lanre as possible: cut them Into
country would spare the lives of. clown witn iruit, many iiourismng w -,s una Lalves. take out the yolks and slice the
white into long, narrow strips, widest
at the middle of the eggs and. like the
petals, narrowing toward the ends. Ar
Take hard boiled eggs, selecting them
I 1 1 P .1 1 X 4C. V. ... I 'fl Ali'ni'i' 4 Via .rw. -v-v f 4 Vir.i w li rvrt w
the unarmed men of other countries, neius 01 prouuee, una iv.u ime iwi"""""
and would if necessary risk his own ; of blooded cattle. What he is spe- ed members with appropriate cere
life to save the lives of women and! daily, proud of now is a field of al- monies.
children of enemy countries". Thisjfalfa, planted as an experiment. It
principle Germany proposes to set. has done well well enough to prove
aside and set us back to the day hun-jthat it will flourish here, and he cx cx-nf
nf cx-nf vears azo when barbarians pects to cut it tomorrow. He also has
murdered women and children and ; a field that experts pronounce to le as
Telling of a visit of a popular sales salesman
man salesman to Ocala, the Star adds, as
though it were a matter of small in interest,
terest, interest, perhaps, that the newspaper
fAnspless men simnly to gratify the ; good celery ground as any around had secured from the agent of a big
lust of killing. We can better afford j Sanford; and he showed us some spe spe-f,
f, spe-f, ficrfct. a war. and even be defeated, cimens of Soudan grass that shows it
than to allow such a doctrine to be-lis also a coming stock feed for this
section. We strongly suspect .Mr. ana
As to the Marion county place that
the state has an option on and which
can be bought for $14,000 (according
to Mr. Lindsay) what is the matter
with it that it is offered so low? It
has $30,000 improvements, a 250
acre pecan grove and a 10-acre orange
grove, yet it is offered for $14,000!
The orange grove alone ought to be
worth that. Is the title to the place
bum, is it one of those chill-and
fever spots incidental to a limestone
region, can no potable water be had
or is there fear that the whole place
will disappear in a sink hole, as fre
quently happens in that section?
We are surprised to see anything
like this in 'Gene Mathews' usually
fair paper all the more, because
'Gene has lived in this county, and
knows that such a remark about the
country around the Marion Farms is
utterly untrue. The Marion Farms
are not hidden away. They are right
by our principal thoroughfare, and
thousands of people pass them and
admire their splendid cultivation ev
ery week. Take it back, 'Gene, or we
will say things to you. We haven't
knocked Raiford farm; nor even re reprinted
printed reprinted the report of the legislative
The Star has supported William J.
Bryan for nineteen years. One rea reason
son reason for its doing so has been party
loyalty, for up to the time Wilson was
nominated Mr. Bryan was undoubted
ly the democratic leader. Another j
reason has been that Mr. Bryan has'
OYtirPS sd manv ennobling senti
ments, and advocated some policies
that, if put into practice, would have
been of the greatest benefit to the
country and the world at large. But
we have never made a demi-god of
the gentleman, or been blind to his
faults, which have been so apparent
to the American people that they
have three times refused to elect him
resident. One of Mr. Bryan's
faults is that he is vastly imprac
tical, willing to risk the interests of
his country because he thinks certain
people or certain nations will do
things that he thinks they should do,
while everybody who has the least
acquaintance with public affairs or
human nature knows that they will
not do what Bryan wants them to do.
Another of his faults is his immense
egotism. The first glaring incident
the country had of it was when he
took command of the third Nebraska
regiment during the war with Spain.
As Mr. Bryan did not know enough
about military affairs to drill a squad
or maneuver a company on a parade
ground, it is evident that he accepted
the position, offered him more to keep
himself in the limelight than for any
other reason. He was not handing
out any prince-of-peace bunk at that
time. Since then there have been
various occasions in which Mr. Bryan
has shown that a meek and lowly po position
sition position suited him not at all, and that
he would be either party boss or party
wrecker. He has stood for clean men
in office and clean politics, but at the
same time has so impressed the coun country
try country with his lack of political and eco
nomic common sense that it has invar invariably
iably invariably defeated his party whenever it
has put him up for a candidate. Per Personally
sonally Personally we know many good demo democrats
crats democrats southern democrats who have
voted for Mr. Bryan because he was
the nominee, but at the same time
have been glad of his defeat, because
they feared and believed his election
would be worse for the country than
that of his republican opponent. In
spite of his loudly expressed good goodwill
will goodwill for his fellow men and his high
ideals of patriotism, Mr. Bryan has
shown as much cold-blooded calcula calculation
tion calculation in business affairs and love for
the almighty dollar as any man
could. He probably resigned from the
cabinet from principle, but the prin principle
ciple principle was that he could not conceive
of good to the country resulting from
any other policy than his own. The
statements that he issues every day
show that he is obsessed with the
belief in his own importance. His
present course, however, is more like likely
ly likely to relegate him to obscurity than
keep him in the lime-light. About
nine-tenths "of the American people
disagree with him in peace, and if
they should have to go to war he
would become the most unpopular
man in America.
range these strips In the center of a
circle of crisp green lettuce leaves on
individual service plates. leaving a
email circular vacancy in the center.
Then follow with a second row, plac placing
ing placing the pieces letween those In the
first circle. Finally press the yolks
through a sieve and heap a small quan quan-tltv
tltv quan-tltv in the tenter of the circle, cover-
rrnRY our Fresh Meat it will
11 please you. Fresh Veg Vegetables
etables Vegetables in season.
Also a fine line of Groceries.
Mrs. Sistrunk of trying to play a joke
on the old man they left the auto on
the front side of the farm and start started
ed started out on a hike. First they walked
across the farm to the pretty bluff
over the Silver river, where Mrs. Sis Sis-trunk
trunk Sis-trunk says she is going to have a
bungalow inside of an acre of roses
some day. Then they went to the 80-
acre orange grove, and while Mr.
Sistrunk led the editor all over
this, Mrs. S. cut a bunch of roses
about as big as an army-sized bundle
of oats, which she gave the newspa newspaper
per newspaper man to have and to hold; also to
tote. Then they excurted another
couple of miles thru woods and pas pastures
tures pastures and one swamp to another
pretty spot on the Silver river; then
thru two or three more, forty-acre
fields and another swamp to the al
falfa patch; then thru another swamp,
a stock pasture, a sheep pasture and
a corn field to the p. o. b. The old
man stayed with them, however, and
carried the flowers and is ready to
go again. It was at least a five-mile
walk, and Mrs. Sistrunk led the pro procession,
cession, procession, "without tearing her dress or
soiling her shoes, which was a feat
that mighty few of our town-living
ladies could accomplish.
concern, a new printing press. "Thir "Thirteen
teen "Thirteen years ago Mr. Goodwin installed
the press on which the Star has been I ing the green space to represent the
printed ever since. It was a fine press heart of the lily. Ferve with mayon
then and is a good press now, but it nalse passed in n separate dish.
cannot keep up with our steadily in- Pond Lily Salad No. 2.
creasinc demands." The Star modest- Somewhat similar" is this pond lily
lv mpntinn tW tif now nrp J tn salad: Arrange me leiiuce w
i a i: t,.;uiJ leaves, put the half hard boiled egg
lie i inuuii ii inu-iciuiuuuii .Hemic .... a
.... ... yolk iu tbe center lor me uearc auu
press, and this certainly suggests f. t f wif!l of har3
prosperity in the Star office. More 1 ri)lore,1 a deilcate Mnk. This
than that, it suggests enterprise and Uy dune by dropping the bard L
calls for congratulations. Times- iio.i wldJ Ktlll hot in a little S
Union Short Talks. hot water and leet Juice, Use French
mm A I
fj.-i. t : Boil six eggs and cut in halves. Ar
. . e v- I range nicely on a bed of lettuce. Sea-
.nun pumuuus ..u.mK ma lih Rait rapper, vinegar and oil.
career not only stirring up dissen- A spooufUi Gf finely chopped parsley
sion in tne party but lomenting I sprinkled on the whole,
treason to the nation. Tampa Tri- J Stufftd Egg.
bune. I nnii six ocirs and cut in halves, put
ting the whites aside. Masb the yolks
Mr. Bryan's career as secretary of with a large spoonful of butter two
.i:, ,1 .i -u v: r SDOlnruiS or ureaucrumus. umr "'"-
rr- tt carrot, chopped line, nnd salt and PP- .Wv..rX'
power Times-Union. nn n, whites with this rv r
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The Ocala Star had a birthday this
week, completing its twentieth year.
The Star was born in a corner of the
Baptist Witness office now occupied
by the editor's table. A. L. Hardin?:
was its first editor and R. R. Carroll
everything: else on the paper. The
Star has made a fine record of pro progress
gress progress and is now one of the best best-edited,
edited, best-edited, and most interesting dailies in
the state. Tampa Tribune.
K. of P. meet tonight.
TniTtnr. cnrnlsh with lettuce or cress I
bilfckr JilML! ii its puDiisnea, anJ serve Wltb cold sliced bam.
we have it or can get for you. LAT-
TNER'S Piano Store. 4-21-tf.
5 Oc er ound
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
Buy your drugs from Gerig's. Qual Quality
ity Quality the beet always. 4-27-tf
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
This is our
SEE 1111S FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetf jles, milk and eggs, tf
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S, MClVCr S MaCKflV
?ets at Yonse's hall the second and "Ivlivi iuuviauj
UNDERTAKERS and EMBAU1ERS
: i i r
Manufactured for the presng of
Beach and Duck Suits. Being
heated by Eteam, it can not scorch.
:Yj The pressure being direct, not sliding,
Call and sea
fourth Thursday evenings of
month at "SO o'clock.
Mrs. Emily Webb, W. M.
Mrs. Lillian Simmor.s, Sec'y.
S l';Xr V" It can not wear cr tear.
i VtUIU UIVUIU UUUilU Jf X
ocala lodge no. 286, b. p. o. e. Fine Caskets and Burial Robes.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Beneolent
and Protective .Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth "Buesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postofUce, east side.
L. H. von Engelken, E. R.
Nelson Geise, Secretary. At.
D. E. McIVER and. a V. ROBERTS
All Work Done by Licensea Embal-
mera and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. McIVER
a V. ROBERTS
Tula Lodge Xo. 22. I. O. O. P.,
meets in Vonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to vlsitlny
brethren. J. D. Wilkes, N. G.
yV. L. Colbert. Secretary.
KXIGIITH OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge So. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 8 p. at
Castle Hail, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial 'velcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers.
Ctai. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
CIIAITEU NO. 13, R. A. M.
General Gilchrist and all the other
rather too fairminded people who ex excuse
cuse excuse Germany's, submarine warfare
on. non-combatants, call attention to
the fact that every new engine of de destruction
struction destruction has been considered unfair
to those whom it was used against.
The old-time sailor thought the
steam-driven ironclad was unfair;
the mailed knights and men-at-arms
bitterly opposed the gun, which
brought them to the level of any foot
soldier who could pull a trigger; fur further
ther further back in the dark ages men who
fought with spears and clubs resented
the. invention of bows and arrows;
and doubtless those who only fought
with their teeth and nails considered
themselves wronged by those who
k first learned to use the spear and
club. However, all these gentlemen
overlook the one point that President
A few weeks ago, we had a little;
setto with "Short Talks" of the
Times-Union, who called us down be because
cause because we said there was more wire wire-grass
grass wire-grass than flowers in North Florida.
However, we called back with a prop proposition
osition proposition to bet him the limit that there
was more wiregrass than flowers in
North Florida, and so far he hasn't
called us up to take the bet. We
must acknowledge, however, that the
same proportion exists in South Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. While we can have flowers the
year around in our state, Florida, like
every other tropical country, does not
have the immense quantity of blos
soms that bloom forth in the spring
in more northern climes. Sometimes
you go for miles thru this countr
without seeing a flower. The reason
for this, however, is that compar comparatively
atively comparatively few flowers are native to our
soil. Nearly all brought here thrive
with the greatest luxuriance. We
were most welcomely impressed with
rust-proof. Lasts aa long as
building stands, made of gral gral-vanized
vanized gral-vanized steel and TON CAM
metal. Always attractive In
appearance and at the same
time reiiiieea cost or your nro
Insurance your lov- can easi easily
ly easily lay it. A.U your tlralfr or
Tie Flurirfa STetal Vrmlaetm Co.
C ".O i:verjrreea
Sold by the Ocala Lumber and
. : A 1- A 11
.W the centuries, almost as fast as th.s fact Sunday afternoon, when on a
Weapon" of war' have improved, I visit to Mr. S. T. Sistrunk's farm at
For Good Wood
BIG Load lor $1.
Your Order will have
'aimed iate Attention.
J. L. SMOAR
At Smoak's Vk0,? Miop.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. II., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. m. H. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake B"A-n, Secretary.
The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 28
Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:00 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. a
IAniOX-lUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marlon-Dunn Loage a, a. 4
A. M meets on the first and third
Thursday evening3 of each month at
7: SO o'clock, until further notice.
A. E. Burnett, W. M.
Jake Prown, Secretary. Ad
CO.NCOKDIA LODfiH T. V. OF A.
Concordia Iodfee. FraternaT Union
of America, meets In Yon?ts Hall
en the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M
Chas. K. Sage. Secretary Ad Ad-Charles
Charles Ad-Charles Goddard. C. C
V()OIMi:. OF THK WORLD
Fo-t King Camp No. 14 mets at
the K. of P. Hallfi at 8 p. m., every
second and fo jrth l riday. Vlsltinjr
sovereigns are always, welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C. C
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
"has no terrors for the
housekeeper who has her
kitchen equipped with a
GAS RANGE 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 HELP YOU
Keep your range clean.
A dirty gas range will
make a big gas bill.
IiOV.1L ORIIKK OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodsee No. 6yy, L. O. M.,
meets every Thursday at S:30 p. "0.
Visiting brethern always welcome Jo
the Io.Ige and club house oa Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postoSioo.
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MERCHANTS & MINERS TRANS.C0
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, Coral. Agt.
J. F. WARD. T. P. A.
City Ticket Office, 25 Hogan Street,
ROUND TRIP RATE FROM OCALA
.TICKETS ON SALE FOR ALL REGULAR TRAINS JUNE 14,
GOOD RETURNING ON ALL TRAINS UP TO AND INCLUDING
NO. 1, LEAVING JACKSONVILLE JUNE 17th, 1915.. FOR FUR-
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Final Limit October 31st. Variable Routes.
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OK DE OS pyc
Nature and science combine to make it so. Every precaution is taken to
protect it from contamination while it goes through the processes hich re result
sult result in a cube of glistening goodnesa.
Full weight and satisfactory service go with this rood ice of nr. Lei c
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OCALA EVENING. STAB, 3XONDAT. JUNE 14, 1915
PROGRAM CHANGES DAILY
"THE PERFECT THIRTY-SIX"
By Montague Glass, author of Potash and Purmutte
A Comedy in Five Acts
ADMISSION IOC 20C
WE WAfuT YOUB OLD PIAJO
THERE is a heavy, demand upon
us for second-hand pianos. If you have a piano
that is not being used, tell us about itt and we will
make you a good proposition to take it off your
hands, and in its place you can
secure an instrument from us
that will bring into your home
the greatest music ever writ written
ten written or ever played.
should have no place, any any-where,
where, any-where, so let us show you how
you can produce the woild's greatest music without
a musical education.
y- i wj
Your old piano will, go a long way toward the
payment of a PLAYER-PIANO.
CONVENIENT PAYMENTS IF DESIRED
Is a Regular "Bonanza" 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. These filthy carriers of
discomfort and disease will give you trouble unless
you combat them. Don't give 'em a chance USE
FEN OLE, that cleanly spray, that peerless house household
hold household disinfectant and insect destroyer.
V-. :m FENOLE
Is sold in Ocala by
Mclver & Mackay, O. K. Tea Pot Grocery,
Tydings Drug Co., The Court Pharmacy,
Smith Grocery Co., Ollie Mordis
MARION' HARDWARE SO.
WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS OF FENOLE PRODUCTS
if OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(If you have any item3 for thi3 department, call 'phone 106)
BRYANT'S POETIC CAREER.
We fully realize how neces necessary
sary necessary prompt delivery service is.
The average housewife likes to
have her meat sent just when
she wants it.
Small things count in a suc successful
cessful successful business. Next to soil soiling
ing soiling you good meat comes right
service. We are bound to please
you if you care to try ni.
H. MARSH'S MARKET
Next to 0. K. Grocery Ocala, Fla,
. 'Try a Star Want Ad. They bring results
Thought for the Day
The one flag, the great flag,
The flag for me and you,
Gloried all else beside
The Red and White and Blue.
The 13Sth Anniversary of the Amer American
ican American Flag
Today is Flag Day, the 138th anni-
! versary of the American Rag, and it
is being celebrated all over tne Unit United
ed United States and throughout the foreign
possessions. Flag Day was estab established
lished established as a national celebration in
Washington by a great congress of
patriotic society which met in that
city Feb. 1, 1898. For the reason that
the first fiag was made by Betsy Ross,
on June 14, it was thought that date
would be the most appropriate day
for celebration. Thirty-four states of
the Union have adopted the flag law.
These laws are primarily designed to
protect the flag from desecration and
from humiliating uses.
The American flag is the oldest
flag in the world. Nearly all of the
nations cf the earth have been made
over since the "American flag was
born and usually the flags represent representing
ing representing them have undergone many
changes. The flags of Japan and
China, nations that were old when
Christ was born, have been changed
recently. The American flag is the
flag of a nation that never was de defeated
feated defeated on land or sea. The flag un un-dimmed
dimmed un-dimmed for 108 years has stood for
the faith of the fathers, for the
whole good of the whole people.
Our fiag, sometimes called the
Red, White and Blue, has thirteen
stripes, seven red and six white, which
represents the thirteen original
states of the Union. The color red
symbolizes love, fervency, bravery
and the white purity, hope and peace.
The union field is blue, a symbol of
loyalty and justice with white stars,
one for each state, representing "in
union there is strength." The original
thirteen stars were arranged in a cir circle
cle circle to symbolize the perpetuity of-the
union of the states and there are still
many who believe that the symbolic
circular grouping of the stars should
Miss Annie Lee Hull of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville has arrived for an extended visit
to her sister, Mrs. John Graham.
Mr. and Mrs. H. McDell Grady and
children of High Springs were in the
city yesterday, making the trip in
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Moyers have
leased their home in Tampa for a
year, Mr. Moyers having decided on
account of convenience to make Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville headquarters. Mrs. Moyers
and two younger children will spend
the summer in Ocala witn her'mother,
Mrs. Edward Badger, arriving within
the next few days. Master George
Moyers is in Virginia with relatives.
Miss Elizabeth Mayes, a member
of the Ocala public school faculty two
winters ago, concluded last week a
visit to relatives in Tallahassee, and
is now at her home in Monticello for
a visit before returning to Tampa
for the summer.
Drs. J. E. Chace, M. C. Izlar and G.
C. Shepherd have returned from at attending
tending attending the meeting of the state den dental
tal dental association at Pass-a-Grille. Dr.
A. M. Jackson of Lakeland, was elect elected
ed elected president for the ensuing, year, Dr.
Izlar corresponding secretary and
Dr. Jesse Williams of Jacksonville, a
former Ocala boy, first vice president.
The 1916 meeting will be held in Or Orlando.
lando. Orlando. Mr. Boone of Anthony and his
bride, were in town Friday. Mrs.
Boone is a charming young lady of
Palatka, and a daughter of Mr. H. A.
Atwater,-well known in Ocala. The
marriage took place in Palatka a few
Mrs. S. A. Standley expects to leave
about the 12th of July for a trip
thru the west, her principal destina destination
tion destination being the Panama exposition in
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Jewett leave
tomorrow for Atlantic Beach, where
the former will attend the state drug druggists'
gists' druggists' convention. Little Margaret and
Nan Jewett will remain with their
aunt, Miss Meta Jewett, until their
Cora May and Ethel Thayer, the
two pretty little daughters of Mr.
and Mrs. L. H. Pillans, who have been
quite sick for the past two days, are
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Zewadski, Jr.,
and son and Mr. Guy Zewadski will
arrive Saturday from Tampa to visit
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Zewadski, Sr.
The Messrs. Zewadski will remain for
a week and Mrs. Zewadski for a
Miss Legie Blitch and Messrs
Landis and Loonis Blitch entertained
today at a jolly picnic to Lake Weir
in honor of their house guests. Miss
Helen Wilkinson and Mr. Roland
Wilkinson of St. Petersburg, Miss
Emma Ekly of Bay Lake, Miss Louise
Culpepper of Atlanta and Mr. Leon P.
Irvin of Concord, Ga. Others enjoy enjoying
ing enjoying the outing were Misses Eugenia
Fuller, Sarah Pearl Martin and Mr.
W. M. Martin. The crowd motored to
the laek early this morning and the
day was delightfully spent indulging
in the usual picnic diversions.
m m m
Children's Day Mission Exercises
Yesterday morning the Presbyter Presbyterian
ian Presbyterian Sunday school at the morning
hour rendered an interesting program
which was listened to with pleasure
by many friends. It was a children's
day mission exercise and the pro program
gram program was as follows:
Song, The King's Business, by the
Scripture reading by members of
Mrs. Murray's class.
Prayer by Mr. L. M. Murray.
Recitation, "Just Suppose," by Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Gerig in Japanese costume.
Song, O Zion, Haste Thy Mission,
Recitation, "Missions and Minding,"
by Sarah Johnson, Cary Carn and
Missionary creed of the school in
Recitation, "The Little Children of
Japan," by Elizabeth Murray, Frances
Mclver, John and Lannas Troxler, Iva
Paper on Japan by Mr. S. P. Hol Hol-linrake.
linrake. Hol-linrake. Song, The Morning Light is Break Breaking.
ing. Breaking. Recitation by Martha and Mary
Roess in Japanese costume.
Mr. R. A. Burford and Mr. Sam
Burford leave Wednesday for Boston
to spend several weeks with the for former's
mer's former's eldest son, Mr. R. A. Burford
Jr. and family.
Dr. and Mrs. L. F. Blalock, two
children and Mrs. Blalock's mother,
Mrs. Richardson will return home this
afternoon from a week-end motoring
trip to Daytona Beach.
Mrs. Cook and two children and sis sister,
ter, sister, Miss Frances Tarver have return returned
ed returned from St. Petersburg where they
went for the health of the former's
youngest daughter. Miss Tarver visit visited
ed visited Miss Marie Hulbert and was the
guest of friends in Tampa for a few
Mrs. H. M. Hampton returned Sat Saturday
urday Saturday from Jacksonville and Ashe Ashe-ville.
ville. Ashe-ville. At the latter place she leas leased
ed leased a house for the sumer'and on the
first she and her two children, her sis sister
ter sister Miss Carlton of Arcadia, Mrs. K.
L. Saunders and Miss Percy Saunders
of Jacksonville, will go up to take
Mrs. E. D. Nail and daughters,
Marion and Ruth, arrived Saturday
from Sanford, N. C, for an extended
visit to the former's brother, Mr. A.
T, Thomas and family.
The Eastern Star sewing circle will
meet Wednesday afternoon with Mrs.
F. W. Cook.
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
L C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
two Facts About His Greatest Work.
Bryant was u:ulj tni'My-thre
years old wLeu Tbaij:i;i' was Iirl
printed lu the Nortli Aunr.ni I It-view.
So much has bven ssaul jiImmu nlv :
touiidlug pnt-ovity of th H't :ml j
many errors Lave uifiuiiulaU-d stromal
the publication of his maunfve thai
It may be well to uite the fati.
We know Just two facts ntut tliN
work. First. It was publUL.-d wLen
Bryant was nlmot twenty tlirve--i,ot
young for u poetic en:ut: second, that
In Its original published form in the
Nortli American He view i: U uot a re remarkable
markable remarkable poem.
It was in the 1S21 edition of r.ryant s
poems, wheu the author was twenty twenty-six
six twenty-six or twenty -seven, that the work tirt'
appeared in IU universally kiiivu
form. Only a few minor chaues were
made after that date. This dijw of
the generally accepted statement that
ThanatopsU" U a juvenile master masterpiece,
piece, masterpiece, Bryant was. however, a precocious
poet, although Lis precocity Is not dis displayed
played displayed in his greatest work. One f
the most extraordinary facts about id
poetical career Is that be actually pub published
lished published vtrse during the administration
of Thomas JeCfernon and during the
administration of Itutberford 11. Hayes
So long a period and ko slender mi out output
put output speak well for his fastidious taste
North American He view.
ARMS OF ANTWERP.
Thsy Recall the Queer Custom That
Cave the City Its Name.
Historians relate that Antwerp takes
its name from a castle which In Frank Frank-is
is Frank-is h thnes marked the site or the city.
This castle was built to protect the
entrance to the Scheldt and to pre prevent
vent prevent forelgu" traders introducing fcoods
into the .country without paying toll to
the sovereign lord.
The penalty for theft and smuggling
was In those days the cutting off of a
band. and. us in this case the severed
members were thrown Into the Scheldt,
the castle came to be knowu hk And And-bunerbo
bunerbo And-bunerbo or. in Flemish. AntwerjHn
"the place of baud throwing.- .The
castle and two severed hands appear
on the city arms to this day.
Antwerp cathedral's tajrlng spire
was once compared by Charles V. to
mechlin lace. The towers of the old
Steen castle." the fortress juilace of the
former counts of Antwerp, break the
center of the line of docks and look as
stolid and formidable as In the days
when the castle was necessary to guard
the shipping. Here were held those
great fairs which during the middle
ages served to attract merchants from
all parts of the civilized world. Lon London
don London Standard.
Trial by Jury.
The New York Law" Journal says on
the subject of trial by Jury:
"While we do not think that trial by
Jury ought to 1 abolished or that there
Is any inrredslng sentiment in that di direction,
rection, direction, we do believe that the system
shoflld be modified by dispensing with
the requirement for unanimous verdicts.
This would obviate the element of in individual
dividual individual eccentricity as nn Impediment
to the administration of Justice. Men Mental
tal Mental Idiosyncrasy on the part of judges
Is constantly exhibited and scarcely
excites comment. An eminent and
very able Judge will dissent from the
ruling of his associates when it is ex extremely
tremely extremely difficult to understand bow so
gifted a mind could have gone off on
that particular tangent. By permitting
affirmances or reversals, notwithstand notwithstanding
ing notwithstanding dissent, the personal equation is
Curing Catarrh is
A Simple Method
Go to its Source and the
Cure Is Then Accomplished.
jf "" t
Only those who have used S. S. S.
for the blood know that catarrh is sim simply
ply simply a blood trouble.
Most people, uninstructed In this mem
braneous disease, treat their nose and
throat as If catarrh was a local trouble
It is not so. To treat catarrh It Is nec
essary to eo Into the stomach, the liver,
the lungs, the kidneys and all the vital
organs of the body. And It Is fc. S. S
that at once enters the entire blood cir
culation, all the organs of the body, all
the mucous surfaces and becomes a
dominant factor for renewed health. It
Is a simple method when you figure It
out. Catarrh is plainly an innamma
tion of the mucous membranes.
And there is in S. S. S. certain Ingre
dients which cause these mucous sur
faces to change or convert their secre
tions Into a substance for easy ellm
Ination. A special book on this subject
will be mailed to all who write to The
Swift Specific Co.. 110 Swift Bldg.. At
Catarrh Is very often the result ot
some other blood trouble, some germ
that gets Into the blood and multiplies
bevond the control of nature.
S. S. S. Is the remdy. Io not accept
a substitute for this matchless remedy
Read the circular wrapped around the
bottle. It Is important.
Modeled After an Ancient Tomb.
The temple of the- Scottish' rite In
Washington is a handsome white mar marble
ble marble structure about 150 feet square and
rises to a height of 150 feet above the
street leveL At either ide of the main
entrance is an immense marble sphinx.
A row of tall Ionic columns surrounds
the second story. The architects fol followed
lowed followed closely the design of the ancient
tomb of King Mausolus, which stood
In Uallcarnassus and was one of the
seven wonders of the world. It was
built by the wife of the king and was
decorated with hundreds of wonderful
statues. This old tomb became so fa
mous that many buildings were model
ed after it. but this is the only struc
ture in America in which the design
has been used.
Teacher John, how can you tell the
John By its bark.
And his answer was correct, even if
It did cause a laugh.
Another bright answer captured in
Teacher What animal supplies us
John The bcteber. Chicago flerald.
Mrs. Toggerblossom Vain man! Did
you never observe that designers take
a woman's bead to adorn many of
yonr coins? Mr. Toggerblnssnm N.
but I have observed that designer
take many of my coins t adorn a wo
man's bead. National Monthly.
"I give my wife half my salary ev
ery week to spend on the hnusekeepinz
And what do you do with the other
half of your salary?"
"Oh. my wife borrows that. nou
A man must be excessively stupid a?
well as uncharitable who ielleves there
Is no rlrtue bnt on his own side. Addl
Best Thing for a Bilious Attack
"On account of my conrinement in
the printing office I have for years
been a chronic sufferer from indiges
tion and liver trouble. A few weeks
ago I had an attack thzt was fo se
vere 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.
Victrolas at The Murray Company.
CAPITAL STOCK S50.000.00.
Siale. Counly and City Depository.
, 1 -V
'If A70I1 IlfVW ClTi7TTr!n A 4-li r Tnn$hS'
witfi gouv qye, ear, nose op thvocr
attend to if CoAm& 4 W
Attend quickly to the least ailment of your eye,
ear, nose or throat. A neglected eye causes head headache
ache headache and nervousness; a neglected ear may cause
permanent deafness; a neglected nose will result in
catarrh; a neglected throat may cause chronic bron bronchitis
chitis bronchitis or worse evils. When you treat such tender
organisms, come to us for your remedies and know know-that
that know-that they "are absolutely pure and of proper strength.
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store
the deal for that real estate has been closed and the only thins
yet to do is to see if the title is good. Marion county has f bout 160
deed records and 43 mortgage records and SO of miscelltnoeus rec-
ords. or about 160,000 pages of record matter and among these is
the record nistory of that title.
some searching and checking before the abstract man knows
that he has got it alL
MORAL: PLACE THE .ABSTRACT ORDER EARLY ENOUGII
SO THAT THE ABSTRACT MAN HAS REASONABLE TIME IN
WHICH TO DO HIS RESEARCH WORK.
florid title and abstract corporation
11 1 li l t' H ":' JMsZp-f J'r 'it
III II a
furnish it at
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 ARE FOND.
WHEN YOU LET US FURNISH THE WEDDLNG PRESENT. THE
ONE WHO RECEIVES IT WILL BE DELIGHTED. OUR NAME AS ASSURES
SURES ASSURES THE QU LITY AND STYLE OF JEWELRY.
WE MAKF UUAUTV RIGHT: THEN THE PRICE RIGHT
A. E. BURNETT
- Ml I.I 1
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the citv.
OCA LA EVENING STAR, 31 ON DAY, JUNE 14, 1915
K. of P. meet tonight.
Council meets tomorrow evening.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Masons meet Thursday evening.
This report i3 made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe. official observer for the gov-
Game with Gainesville Wednesday J june
picnic to Homosassa
Fresh shrimp today. Rodoff at
Keating's Buffet. Phone 22. tf
Mr. George Rentz was a business
visitor to Tampa Saturday.
Buy a Victor and have all the great
singers. At The Murray Company.
Mr. W. B. Gallagher left yesterday
for a business visit to Savannah.
Gerig's drugstore has just received
a fresh supply of pebble candy.
40 cents a pound. 6-7-tf.
Mr. T. S. Trantham returned today
Max. Min R. F.
r. 75 C4 .52
88 70 .04
.sr, C5 .02
; 94 r3
; 92 GG
(Continued from Third Page)
Mrs. A. B. Gerner has deferred her
lieturn to Tampa today and instead
-cill visit Mrs. George Close for a few
Miss Jean Austin left today for At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta to join her mother, and from
"i there they will go west.
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Try some of those deviled crabs,
fresh every day at Rodoff's. Keating's
Buffet. Phone 22. tf
Mr. Raymond Bullock went
Tin vnnr nrescrintlons filled at
Gerig's, the only drug store in Ocala
with more than one registered phar pharmacist.
macist. pharmacist. 4-27-tf
-Mr7 A.. J. Beck of Orlando was a
visitor to the city today.
Get an EL FLO No. 3 OCanner. The
Marion Hardware Company, Dis
Fair tonight and Tuesday.
Mr. A. C. Hamrick, a frequent well
known visitor to Ocala, who has
made Daytona Beach his headquar headquarters
ters headquarters for the summer, is thus far the
champion fisher for the season.
Recently he caught a 35-pound sea
Mr. William Camp has returned
from Washington and Lee University,
Virginia, for the summer.
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open nignt
and day. Merchant's Cafe. tf
Policeman Wells has lost his watch.
It is a 12-size O. F. Swiss cyma,
Case 8,892,635. Mr. Wells is a good
cop, and anybody who finds- his watch
owes it to the public welfare to re
turn it to him.
Call and see the weekly war pic
tures from the London Graphic on
view at Williams' Candy and Cigar
Storehole in the wall, on Magnolia
street. Home made cream candies,
20c and Zri boxes. Pure and de
Master Fred Winer has a position
with the Carn-Thomas Co.
Mr. W. J. Frink, who has been
spending the past three days in Ocala
and vicinity, returned to Jacksonville
Call and examine our 50 cents a
pound box of chocolates. The box is
plain but the chocolates are high high-grade.
grade. high-grade. Troxler's. 4-tf
Mr. Dell Moody who has been mak making
ing making his home for the past year with
his mother and sister at Lake Weir,
left today for the state of Oklahoma
and other points in the west.
A 50-pouAd watermelon, raised on
the big farm of Mr. Walter Ray at
Martel is on exhibition at the Ocala
Mr. H. S. Wesson went to Lake
Weir this afternoon for a few days'
nshiner and improving his summer
home on the lake.
Did you ever notice that a man
who acts like a tiger with women and
children always turns into a lamb
when a sure-enough man comes
W. K. Lane, 31. T, Fnyslclan and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Law Library Building,
Ocala, Fla. ..
During his visit to Pass-a-Grille,
Dr. J. E. Chace caught a sixty -pound
tamon. which he intends to have
Our former fellow citizen, Mr..S.
L. Bitting, now of St. Petersburg, is
in town for a few days.
Mr. Frank L. Durand is here from
Yalaha, on a visit to his brother, Mr.
Paul Durand, and his sister, Mrs. S.
Rexall Liver Salts puts vim into
lazy livers- your money back if they
don't. Gerig's. 4-27-tf
Mr. H. W. Tucker, the plumber and
electrician, has landed another big
contract. He will put in the plumb
ing for the Magnolia hotel at Lees Lees-burg,
burg, Lees-burg, a good-sized and important
piece of work.
Mr. S. R. Whaley left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for a few days' visit to the me metropolis.
tropolis. metropolis. For plumbing and electrical work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300 S
J. H. Workman, principal of the
Miami public schools, has gone to
Tallahassee, where he will teach in
the state normal school for the next
few weeks. Later he will visit Ocala
and then go to the Panama exposi exposition.
tion. exposition. Miami Metropolis.
Don't Be A!
Don't be afraid to go to the ball
game on account of the heat.
Remember you can get an ICE
COLD BOTTLE of
GAINESVILLE vs OCALA
Saturday night at the Temple Miss
Eeville Bayne starred in "The Bou Bouquet."
quet." Bouquet." Miss Bayne is a prominent
Chicago actress and a personal friend
of Miss Doris Murry, a charming
visitor who concluded recently a five
months' visit in Ocala.
From 4 to 0 o'clock this afternoon j
St. Margaret's Guild of Grace church!
gave a delightfully informal silver
tea at the cozy home of Mrs. E. J.
Redding on South Second street.
Many friends availed themselves of
the opportunity to spend a brief hour
pleasantly with Mrs. Redding, and a
number of other guild members as
sisting, among "whom were Mrs. G. T.
Maughs president, Mrs. J. G. Glass
and Miss Minnie Gamsby. An ice
course was served by Misses Sidney
Harold, Rainsford Glass, Avalee Ed
wards and Mary Harriet Livingston.
The sewing circles enjoyed their
weekly meetings this afternoon, the
Baptist being entertained by Mrs. B.
II. Seymour, the Methodist at the
parsonage by Mrs. Richard McCon McCon-athy
athy McCon-athy and the Presbyterian by Miss
Mrs. Harvey Clark, who has been
convalescing at the hospital from an
operation for appendicitis, returned
home this afternoon.
Mrs. C. L. Bittinger and Miss Adele
Bittinger are visiting- Judge and Mrs
Wynne at Eastlake, the former for
the week and the latter until tomor
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Davies expect
to move the last of the month from
North Tuscawilla street into one of
Mrs. R. T. Weaver's cottages on
South Tuscawilla street.
Mr. J. R. Martin, Miss Sarah Pearl
Martin, W. M. Martin, Mr. and Mrs.
S. W. Igou and Robert and Jack Igou,
were guests yesterday of friends in
Eustis, making the trip in the for
mer's eight-cylinder Cadillac.
Miss Elsie Schneider was an out of
town guest attending the wedding in
Starke last week of Miss Louise Peek
to Dr. C. F. Sayles of Miami. The
wedding was one of the largest and
most beautiful ever seen in that little
Mr. and Mrs. William Charles left
today for a twp weeks' outing at Ok
Mrs. M. B. Little, state organizer
and editor, left this afternoon for
Lakeland, where she goes to attend
and participate in the State Epworth
League conference. Ullaine Barnett
will go with her as a representative
of the Ocala Junior Epworth League
The Florida State Epworth League
conference which meets in Lakeland
this week promises to be a great suc
cess. Lakeland is preparing exten
sively to entertain her guests which
it is supposed will number 200 or
more. Rev. L. F. Chapman of Key
West is president and Garfield Evans
of Sutherland is secretary.
The medical profession has found
out that dogs are not only subject to
hookworm, but that they are active
agents in the dissemination of that
disease. Consequently, the state
board of health has undertaken to
prevent the spread of the complaint,
not in the usual way when an animal
is infected, by killing, but by curing
it. Any person who has a dog af afflicted
flicted afflicted with hookworm can have the
animal treated by consulting any reg regular
ular regular physician who is aiding the state
board in this matter. Some cases
have been treated here, and as dogs,
particularly favorite dogs, are so
closely associated with the families
they belong to, no case of the disease
should be overlooked in a dog any
more than in a child.
WANTED Pupils for eight weeks
summer school who wish to prepare
for examinations to enter higher
grade. Charges reasonable. Miss
Emmilee Bridges. 12-2t
FOR RENT Rooms for light house housekeeping,
keeping, housekeeping, furnished or unfurnished,
or single furnished rooms. Mrs. A. M.
Perry, No. 19, Herbert street. tfG
WANTED Orders by. Altar Guild
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 ofiice. 8-Ct
OR 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 vvil located and n!cel
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co Colonial.
lonial. Colonial. 7-tf
ROOMS AND BOARD Laree
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 any
thing; has a bicycle. Call phone 528
or the Star office. 9-6t
LOST Between Ocala and Belleview.
a blue serge coat with initials L.
F. S. Finder will be suitably reward
ed by notifying L. F. Causey, Weirs-
dale, Fla., or leaving at Star office. 9tf
wiiNit.iJ uood secona nana iron
bed with springs and mattress; milst
be cheap. Address, P. D. Odell, Ocala,
WANTED Clean cotton, rags, bring
to this office.
Mr. John B. Floyd, one of St. Au
gustine's wide awake aldermen, is in
the city on business. Mr. Floyd for
many years resided in Marion county
and returns every once in a while to
note the changes and improvements.
He says that the Ancient City a few
days ago voted to have a commission
form of government, which he has ad
vocated for a number of years.
Mr. J. J. Guynn of the firm of
Hayes & Guynn, went to Jacksonville
this afternoon for a few days busi business
ness business visit.
Mr. J. Y. Hicks of Lynne, who has
been spending some days at his old
home near Summerfield, was in the
city today on his return trip to the
Oklawaha valley. He says that crops
in the southern part of old Marion
are certainly looking well.
Messrs. James Neal anl Tully Hick Hick-son
son Hick-son represented Mcintosh in the city
today. They are interested in the
melon deal in this section.
Mr. J. A. Talton is representing
Anthony in Ocala today.
Caruso will sing for
you at The
THE JOHN DOZIER CO.
The home team needs your support
AS CHASTE AS ICE AND PURE AS
the modern Sanitary Bath room is.
But with its. snow white porcelain tub,
lavitory, etc., its glistening ties and
polished fixtures it has become a mar marvel
vel marvel of perfect cleanliness not only in
appearance but in fact. Low cost has
made it an absolute essential for ev every
ery every home. If your home is not so
equipped, make it your duty to have
T. HEEDHAM & SOUS
"We sell feed," therefore always
have it fresh. Quick sales "and small
profits our MOTTO. 5-12-tf
T.nme back is usually due to rheu
matism of the muscles of the back.
Hard working people are most likely
to suffer from it. Relief may be had
by massaging the back wth Cham
berlain's Liniment two or three time's
a day. Try it. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf
How Mrs. Harrod Got Rid of Her
"I suffered with stomach trouble
for years and tried everything
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.
Mr. Edwin W. Davis of Orlando, re
turned home today after spending a
few days in the city attending the
circuit court in a professional capa
Don't forget about that ball game
with Gainesville Wednesday. It will
probably be the most interesting
played thi3 summer.
Judge W. S. Bullock and
Tucker spent Sunday at
'i m m m m m
The 'Wonder Ca:
The sensation of th
mobile world. The biggest ai
value ever offered under $1009
Powerful, fast, silent and one of th
i i .i
ana most economical cars in tnewor
A splendid, fully equipped real
automobile With Sims high ten;
gear transmission, left hand drive
skid tires on rear and
Practically All the
Features of High
The easiest car in the world to drive
climbing car in the world The car
Holds the road at 50 mSes an hour
auto- TSX.' f -1
tomobile VC -W
5-passenger tamily y
ion magneto, sliding l J
center centre!, cn Vi
The greatest cl around hill
with a pure ctream-llne body. I I
Starter and Electric Lights $55 extra
AGENT FOR MARION COUNTY
OCALA - - FLORIDA
SUMMER TOURS BY SEA
Belleview, June 12. Mr. Lewis J.
Lynch, former postmaster of Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, butted into Belleview with a
bunch of Gainesville business men
last Friday afternoon on his way fron
the big pood roads meeting at Or
lando. Mr. Lynch is secretary of the
Gainesville board of trade, a live wire
and one of the most popular men in
that citv. Mr. Priest who accom
panied him, invited your scribe to be
sure and come to the Baptist church
during my stay in Gainesville.
Please take notice thafon Friday
evening, June 11th, Mr. Jim Shedd
made his fifth annual swear off on
growing any more truck. He said
that he would be eternally, internally
and externally flabergasted if he
ever planted another acre of truck
for the market as long as he lived,
and as a penalty for a violation of
this solemn obligation, he hereby
invited anybody and everybody that
caupht him in the act to handle him
as they plea?ed, which is a sure indi indication
cation indication that next season Mr. Shedd
will double his acreage on garden
After serious deliberation and con
sultation that baby has been named
Robert Lewis Sumner, and Jve. well
deserves the name and is sure a peach
to look at. Just enough to make any
fond mother's heart ache with joy.
Merchants and Miners Transporta Transportation
tion Transportation Co. Issues Attractive Sum Summer
mer Summer Tour Book
The Merchants and Miners Trans Transportation
portation Transportation Co. has issued an attractive
Summer Tour Book, setting forth the
delightful summer tours afforded by
its steamship lines.
The routes show a combination of
the sea-trip on one of the steamers,
with other steamer and rail lines, to
the principal summer resorts of the
United States, Canada and the Mari Maritime
time Maritime Provinces.
The book is profusely illustrated
with photographs of the cities of
Boston, Providence, Philadelphia, Bal Baltimore,
timore, Baltimore, Washington, etc., as well as
the principal summer resorts and con contains
tains contains a list of points of interest ad
the principal hotels at various points,
also several useful maps.
The book can be secured gratis on
application to W. P. Turner, General
Passenger Agent, M. & M. T. Go.,
Transfer Stoirap Ck
Teams For Rent Light and Heavy Kaisiinrj
Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight.
rfuperior to l'Iater
or Ceiling In
Quality nr Trice
COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.
"When my daughter had whooping
cough she coughed so hard at one
time that she had hemorrhage oi the
lungs. I was terribly alarmed about
her condition. Seeing Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy so highly recom recommended,
mended, recommended, I got her a bottle and it re relieved
lieved relieved 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, Crooksville, Ohio.
Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
OCALA SEED STOKE
NEW YORK AND RETURN
A full line of Corn, Oats, Bran,
Shorts, Hay and Molasses feeds. C5tf
Hawaiian records at The Murray;
Company. ll-3t S
Try une of those frosted pints cf ;
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's, tl
-Victor records at The Murray Com- i
Only Direct Line from Jacksonville
Fare includes meal3 and stateroom berth.
TICKETS NOW OS SALE GOOD OX ANY SHIP
FINAL RETURN LIMIT OCTOBER 31st.
Write for schedule and further particulars.
H. G.WENZEL Florida passenger agent
. Ticket Office, Pier 1," Foot of Liberty Street.