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OCALA, FLORIDA. TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1915
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE
STRONG ATTEMPT WILL SOON
BE MADE TO T FORCE THE
( Associated Press)
Paris, June 22. A I lavas dispatch
from Athens dated Monday, says that
local and counter attacks continue on
the GeUipoli peninsula. Great activ activity
ity activity is n)ted in the allied fleet, caus causing
ing causing the belief that a genral attack on
the straits is imminent.
But Will be Here Friday Benefit
Game Thursday with Commission
Men will be a Humdinger
Manager Hunter was informed to today
day today that the Micanopy team can't be
here tomorrow, but will try to come
over Friday. This will give the' Mic Micanopy
anopy Micanopy boys a better show, for the
Ocala team will be so tired out from
. beating the commission men Thurs Thursday
day Thursday that they will be likely to spare
the visitors a run or two.'
The report that the commission men
(were practicing in a melon patch
south of town, and using a green
cantaloupe for a ball, is without
foundation. They will be there with
the-goods, and their patriotic rooters
ask only four to one odds on them.
" DOESN'T GO
EX-CONFEDERATE FRAMED THE
OPINION THAT KNOCKED
- (Associated Press)
Washington, June 22. In all prob probability
ability probability one of the most important race
decisions in its history, the supreme
court yesterday annulled as unconsti-
tutional the Oklahoma constitutional
amendment, and the Annapolis, Mary Maryland,
land, Maryland, voters qualification law restrict restricting
ing restricting suffrage rights to those who could
not vote, or whose ancestors could not
vote prior to the ratification of the
fifteenth amendment to the federal
Chief Justice White, a native of the
South and a Confederate soldier, an an-nounced
nounced an-nounced the decision. It is believed
the court went a long ways toward
invalidating much of the so-called
"grandfather clause" legislation 'in
' the Southern states. It is held that
the conditions existing before the
fif tenth amendment,, which provides
the right to vote shalPbe denied or
abridged on account of race and color
in previous conditions xf servitude,
could not be brought over to the pres present
ent present day, in disregard of this self ex executing
ecuting executing amendment.
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
At Tallahassee has this Summer a
Tallahassee, June 22. One hundred
and seventy-nine pupils are enrolled
at the summer school. for teachers at
the Florida State College for Women
and the indications are the eight
weeks' term which opened last week
will be one ofthe best attended in
history. Other students are continuing
to enroll and it is probable that the
next week will see an increase in tfte
number of students. The college is
publishing the first school paper pub published
lished published in Florida. Although it was
called originally, the Next Week's
News, its name has been changed to
the Summer School Student.
The following is the faculty of the
Dr. Edward Conradi,- president;
Dean N.'M. Salley, psychologist and
pedagogy; Dr. Wm. G. Dodd, English
and music; Prof. L. S. Barber, botany,
agriculture and horticulture; Dr. J. B.
Game, Latin and Greek; Prof. J. L.
Grimm, physics, German, etc:; Prof.
Glenn Terrell, civics, history etc.;
Profy J. IL Workman, mathematics,
etc.; Dr. W. F. Yocum, mathematics
and pedagogy; Miss Mae Wells, home
economics; Miss Maud Schwalmeyer,
primary methods; Miss May Tomlin Tomlin-son,
son, Tomlin-son, English.
Globe-Wetnicke safes and cabinets
at The Murray Company. St
EXCITEMENT, HOWEVER, ..HAS
ABOUT DIED OUT IN
Atlanta, June 22. Quiet prevailed
at Governor Slaton's country home
and in Atlanta this morning and there
are no indications of a repetition of
the exciting scenes of yesterday and
last night, following the announce announcement
ment announcement of the commutation of Leo
Frank's dealh sentence. Two batal batal-lion3
lion3 batal-lion3 of militia and a troop of the
Governor's Horse Guards patrolled
the governor's estate today, called
out last night when a crowd of men
and boys marched there to make a
demonstration against Frank's com commutation.
mutation. commutation. Three militiamen were
slightly hurt by bottles and bricks
thrown, but the crowd dispersed by
midnight. No shots were fired.
The near-beer saloons were allowed
to reopen here today.
HAD TO PROCLAIM MARTIAL
Governor Slaton last night called
upon the state militia to protect his
country home near this city -after
several hundred men and boys had at attempted
tempted attempted to enter the estate through
the front gates, which had been bar barricaded
ricaded barricaded by barbed wire entangle entanglements,
ments, entanglements, and had the twenty county
armed policemen with guns constant constantly
ly constantly on duty.
The goyernor proclaimed martial
law a distance extending half a 'mile
each way from his residence. The
order went into effect at 11 o'clock
and by midnight the crowd had prac practically
tically practically been dispersed. There was no
firing. ' v
SLATON HUNG IN EFFIGY
Governor Slaton was hanged last
night in effigy at Marietta, the for former
mer former home of Mary Phagan. The in inscription
scription inscription on the dummy read: "John
Slaton, Georgia's- traitor governor."
HANDSOME JEWEL FOR
The K. of P. meeting Monday night
had its usual good attendance. Some
important business was transacted,
and Mr. C. C. Fraser attained the
final rank of knighthood.
In testimony of its appreciation for
his good and constant work for the
lodge, Chancellor Commander God God-dard
dard God-dard was presented with an elegant
jewel. Past Chancellor Ferguson
tendered the gift with a brief but
eloquent speech. -Mr. Goddard was
greatly gratified by this unexpected
evidence of the good will of his lodge
RUSSIANS LOST RAWA RUSKA
Line of Teutons Draw Steadily Near Near-9
9 Near-9 er to Lemberg
London, June 22. Rawa Ruska, ac according
cording according to Berlin, is the latest Rus Russian
sian Russian position in Galicia to fall before
the Teutonic allies, who are also re reported
ported reported to be fighting east of this town
and the investment of Lemberg must
be so near and complete that the Rus Russians
sians Russians must withdraw, or leave a por portion
tion portion of their forces there besiezed.
The Germans are reported to have
cut the railroad connecting Rawa
Ruska and Lemberg, cutting off the
Russian retreat northward. The Teu Teutons
tons Teutons are reported to be within nine
miles of Lemberg.
Paris Claims French Gains
Paris continues to report French
gains, especially in the region of Ar Arras.
ras. Arras. Progress is also reported in the
Lorraine' district and in the Vosges.
The French claim to have advanced
beyond the cemetery in Metzeral, the
loss of which town is now admitted by
BIG HOLE IN
THE BRITISH BUDGET
London, June 22. The deficitof the
British government which cannot be
covered by revenue now totals $2,500, $2,500,-000.
000. $2,500,-000. This was announced in the house
of commons yesterday 'afternoon by
the chancellor of the exchequer.
ITALIANS STORMED PLAVA
Rome, June 22. The Italians have
captured Plava by storm. The point
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NEAR THE CHAIR
COUNSEL ENGAGED IN 'FINAL
ATTEMIT TO SAVE THE
New York, June 22. The first
move in the final attempt to save
Charles Becker from execution for
the murder of iferman Rosenthal was
made today. Martin Manton, Becker's
chief counsel, went to Albany to dis discuss
cuss discuss late today with Governor Whit Whitman
man Whitman Becker's proposed appeal for
clemency. It is understood that Man Man-ton
ton Man-ton intended to ask Whitman for a
hearing and possibly request that the
lieutenant-governor be allowed to de decide
cide decide on the clemency application.
BETWEEN ITALIANS AND AUS AUSTRIAN'S
TRIAN'S AUSTRIAN'S HAS NOT YET CAUS CAUSED
ED CAUSED ANY GREAT BATTLE
London, June 22. The battle of
Plava on the Ironzo front is pro progressing.
gressing. progressing. Rome says the Austrians
are failing in the attempt to drive
the Italians across the river. The
Italians claim small successes else elsewhere.
where. elsewhere. RUSSIAN SUBMARINES
HIT THE TURKS
Petrograd, June 22. I its officially
announced that Russian submarines
have sunk a large steamer and two
sailing vessels, belonging to the
Turks in the Black Sea.
Every One Should See the Historic Liberty Bell at the Panama-
Pacific International Exposition
Millions-to Take Part In Greeting the Historic Relic, at San Francisco July 17, When the Greatest
PatrioticXelebration In the History of the West Will Be Held.
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A BRITISH STEAMER
Garisbrook Torpedoed Monday Forty
Miles Off Kinnaird
London, June 22. The British
steamer Carisbrook was sunk Mon Monday
day Monday by a German submarine, forty
miles north of Kinnaird's Head. Elev Eleven
en Eleven members of the crew were saved,
and thirteen are still missing.
NEW AUTOMOBILE ON CREDIT
If you want to purchase a new au automobile
tomobile automobile on easy payments, get the
information by addressing Box 164,
Ocala, FTa. C-19-12t
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INVADERS AND DEFENDERS
LOCKED IN A TREMENDOUS
BATTLE NEAR ARRAS
Berlin, June 22. The official an announcement
nouncement announcement today reports heavy
fighting near Arras as one of the
great conflicts of the war. Reports
indicate that the battle may decide
France's fate. Losses of both Ger Germans
mans Germans and allies are described as fear fearful.
ful. fearful. DROPPED MORE SHELLS
IMMENSE CANNON OF GERMANS
AGAIN IN XCTION
Paris, June 22. The French war
office statement this afternoon says
the seaport of Dunkirk was bom bombarded
barded bombarded last night by long range ar artillery.
tillery. artillery. Some civilians were killed.
RUSSIAN GIRL AVIATOR
Petrograd, June 22. One of the
most daring Russian aviators on the
Galician front is a girl from the Pet Petrograd
rograd Petrograd high school. She recently ar arrived
rived arrived at Kiev, wounded in arm and
leg, having been hit while flying over
some Austrian positions. She kept
control of her machine, however, and
landed safely behind the Russian
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer,-the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf
ILLIONS of American youngsters will profit by their summer vav
tions this year, for with their parents they will Hock to the great
Panama-Pacific International ExiKsition nt Sau Francisco. IJeali-in-.r
that the coming generation Is Interested In the wonderful ex
hibits and the general beauty of the Exiosition. the Exfiosition directors made
strenuous campaign for the acquisition of the greatest historic relic In Amer America,
ica, America, the Liberty Hell, and todaj- that treasured emblem of the birth of the na nation's
tion's nation's independent e is teinir prepared for its long transcontinental journey.
The Liberty Bell will leave Philadelphia July 5 and. making short stops
throughout many parts of the country, will rearh San Francisco on the even evening
ing evening of Jnly 1(1. The greatest patriotic celebration in the history of the west
vl be held in San Franrisco on July 17. Every man. woman and child should
see this glorious demonstration It will be an event to le remembered by chil children
dren children during their whole lives.
The city i-ouikU of Philadelphia, which at Erst opposed sending the bell to
San Fran sco. fearing that the widening of the crack that appeared In It a
century ago mlubt be greatly increased, finally appropriated $3Mo to cover
the expense of transporting and safeguarding the great relic aeross the con continent.
tinent. continent. In appreciation of this action 2"".(X school children of California
have Joined hi a petition thanking Philadelphia for allowing the famous treas treasure
ure treasure to be sent to the Exposition.
"A special train will carry the great national relic to San Francisco, with an
escort of twenty-four members of the s'elect and common councils of Phila Philadelphia.
delphia. Philadelphia. A number of distinguished citizen will accompany the lell.
During Its stay at the Exposition the bell will be placed in the Pennsylva Pennsylvania
nia Pennsylvania State building, which Is a replica of the famous Indeieiidence hall, where
the bell first pealed out its message of .liberty. This most revered historic
relic of the nation will be placed In a monster vault and guarded by a special
detachment of Exposition guards, who will see that do harm befalls IL
CONDITIONS IN THE YAQUI
VALLEY DECLARED TO BE
Washington, June 22. Conditions
in the Yaqui valley, where the United
States is faced with the possibility of
landing armed forces to protect Am American
erican American settlers against the Indians,
are described as desperate in today's
state department dispatches.
Confirmation is lacking of reports
that General Gonzales has begun the
occupation of Mexico City with Car Car-ranza
ranza Car-ranza forces.
TOM TAGGART AMONG THE
POLITICIANS INDICTED AT
Indianapolis, June 22. An indict indictment
ment indictment charging an election conspiracy
was returned today by the grand jury
against more than a hundred persons,
all prominent politicians, including
Thomas Taggart, democratic national
committeeman, Mayor Bell and Chief
of Police Parrott-
WOMEN WAR WORKERS
London, June 22. The newest of
London's six hundred railway sta stations,
tions, stations, which has just opened its doors
in the Maida-vale section of the city,
is staffed entirely by women, from
station master to porters.
Try one of those frosted pints of
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny s. tX
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FRENCH AND BELGIANS FIGHT FIGHTING
ING FIGHTING HARD ON THE WEST WESTERN
ERN WESTERN FRONT
Paris, June 22. The Belgians
southwest of St. George captured a
German trench. North of Arras the
enemy's attacks were repulsed every everywhere
where everywhere except southeast of Souchei.
Small French successes are claimed
in other regions.
SANE OR IIISA1IE
FATE OF HARRY THAW WILL
SOON BE DECIDED
(Associated Pres) f
New York, June 22. Harry Thaw's
trial on the question of his sanity be began
gan began today before the supreme court,
presided over by justice Hendricks.
Thaw is trying to prove he is sane
and entitled to freedom frora Matte Matte-wan.
wan. Matte-wan. The selection of a jury has be begun.
gun. begun. ANNUAL EVENT
People to Meet June 29 and Put their
Cemetery in Order
We, -will clean off the cemetery at
Fellowship on Tuesday, June 29th,
and we want everybody that i3 inter interested
ested interested there to come and come prepar prepared
ed prepared to spend the day.
C. C. Stephens.
PICNIC AT EUREKA
There will be a fish fry and gen general
eral general picnic at Eureka Saturday, July
3rd. Everybody, invited to come and
bring well filled baskets.- Refresh Refreshments
ments Refreshments will be served the proceeds to
go for the benefit of the church.
CASE WILL AGAIN", BE ARGUED
Washington, June 22 The supreme
court yesterday ordered a reargu reargu-rnent
rnent reargu-rnent of the government's anti-trust
prosecution in the International Har Harvester
vester Harvester case. Neither side has asked a
rehearing, and it is inferred that the
court is either very close on the case,
or hopes to get a unanimous decision
in view of the case's i nportance.
5-room cottage, corner cf Wattila
and South Second St. Screened and
fitted with all modern conveniences.
Garage on premises. Phone 278, or
apply to Mrs. George J. Blitch.l8-L
The kind of candy she likes is Nor Nor-ris!
ris! Nor-ris! The Court Pfiarmacy sells it in
half and full pound packages. None
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GRASP OF RUSSIANS IS ABOUT
TO LOOSEN ON GALICIA
London, June 22. Advices -from
the Austro-Cerman 3 Galician head
quarters say that Lemberg's fall is
expected in a few days. The official
Petrograd statement concedes the
Russian retirement from the Grodck
lakes, west of Lemberg.
AUSTRIANS REPULSED AT TWO
It is reported the Austrians on the
Dneister were driven from two vil villages
lages villages with heavy losses.
TEN THOUSAND DOLLAR "TET
AND SIX VYEARS IMPRISON IMPRISONMENT
MENT IMPRISONMENT FOR THE CRIME
Bloemfontein, Union of South Af Africa,
rica, Africa, June 22. A sentence of six
years imprisonment and a fine of
$10,000 was imposed today on Gen General
eral General Christian DeWet, leader of the
South African rebellion against Great
Britain. He was convicted of. treason
Bclleview, June 22. The Belleview
basebalF club were highly pleased
with their struggle, with the Ocala
club-last Thursday, though defeated
by the small margin of one score.
Having been encouraged by the Ocala Ocala-game
game Ocala-game they crossed bats "with a fast
team at Coleman Saturday and lost
again to the tune of 4 to 5.
Mr. O. M. Gale and Mr. E. A. Dav Davenport
enport Davenport went down on the train Sat Saturday
urday Saturday to Coleman to root' for the
Mrs. W. R. Kilpatrick returned last
Monday after visiting her daughter at
Miss Grace Stanley came in Hon-,
day, the 1-flh, having spent a week
visiting near Ocala.
During the winter our northern
friends visit Belleview and during the
summer months the Belleviewite3 re return
turn return these visits to the north.
Mrs. L. L. Hopkins sails by the
Clyde Line to New York today to
visit friends Ln Bridgeport, Conn.
Mrs. J. J. Nelson and Mrs. Joseph
Millsom sail on the same steamer as
Mrs. Hopkins, but they are bound for
Short Beach, Conn., to visit friends
Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Weaver
leave today for St. Louis, to spend
six weeks. Then they go to Chicago,
Salem and Liverpool, O., thence to
Pittsburg and Philadelphia, Pa. They
expect to get back to Belleview rcrne
time in October.
' The Belle vi ew truckers have turn turned
ed turned defeat into victory by shipping
roasting ear corn which is bringing
The packing house closed Saturday
as the tomato contract ran out and
prices did not justify the expense of
Mr. E. N. Webb and family leave
for Georgia this week.
Mrs. Northy of Jacksonville came
in Friday night to visit her daughter
Mrs. V. P. Pratt.
Miss Lena James, who has been
staying the past year or more with
Mrs. E. A. Davenport, left Saturday
for her home in Albany, N. Y.
Mr. J. F. Hames paid a visit to
Prof. A. B. Connor pent the day in
Letters from Mrs." A. B. Connor
and Miss Ellie Tremere at the Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville summer school state that they
are having a very pleasant time, with
plenty of hard work thrown in.
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OCA LA EVENING STAR TUESDAY. JUNE 22, 1013
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTIXGEIi & CAHIlOI-.iL, PROPRIETORS
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J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocra, Fla., pstoface
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THE SHOOTING AT EASTLAKE
The Star hasn't had much to say
about the shooting of the negro, Will
Bryan, at Eastlake one night last
week, because it hasn't been able to
obtain the information absolutely
needed on which to express an opin opinion.
ion. opinion. It isn't good policy for a news newspaper
paper newspaper to be too ready to criticise of officers
ficers officers of the law, who are our main
dependence in preserving public
neace. Thev receive a good deal of
undeserved criticism, and when they ;
deserve it, they can't get away; so important work go undone. It also prac prac-is
is prac-is never necessary to take snap judg-j tically promotes peonage, which is an
ment on them. offense against the federal law.
The sheriff of Marion county is a Perhaps some people will sneer at
gentleman we have a warm personal jus for our sentiment, but this killing
friendship for, and we have many of Bryan at Eastlake seems to us a
times had occasion to admire his I sorrowful thing. The poor negro was
coolheaded bravery and the discretion a working man and a useful man.. He
with which he smoothed over little) was guilty of no crime. He had done
difficulties which a narrow man would! his day's work; he -was taking his
have made foundation for serious evening's rest and what little pleas pleas-trouble
trouble pleas-trouble for men who were more un-jure he could obtain; he was suddenly
lucky than criminal. He has always ; shot downwithout warning; bled and
tried and seldom failed to pick good I died on the bare ground, laid by the
deputies, and we do not see that this j track like an animal until next day,
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unfortunate affair at Eastlake was inj" was, f"5" U""""R-
any way his fault. ,ea grave, in egro, tno ne was, ne nas
The particulars of the killing of friends and relatives whose hearts
Bryan, as detailed to a Star reporter ache at his fate, and he was just as
by Deputy Sheriff Calvin West are as j much entitled to justice as Governor
follows: Trammell or Senator Bryan.
On being informed that gambling I Our officials will be sadly derelict
was going on among the negroes at! tlieir duty if they do not Probe thls
Eastlake, Deputy Sheriffs West, Os-matter to the bottom, not so much to
teen and Johns, accompanied by a ne-;Punish the guilty as to prevent future
gro left Ocala for EastlakTThursday j occurrences.
night in an auto. The gambling was j The Star does not thmk the law
eoine on amonjr the workmen of the!aSainst gambling should be relaxed in
Coast Line construction crew, in one
of their shanty cars, which stood on a I
sidetrack under the bluff near the
station. The three officers slipped up
on. the car, -West at one end, Osteen
on one side and Johns on the other.
About that time the negroes found
thev were beiner raided and some
made a break for liberty. Osteen en- j
tered the car from the bluff side and
ordered the negroes to surrender.!
Some did so, and some jumped out
on the lake, side, which Johns was
guarding. At this instant, West who
was at the end of the car heard shots.
Coming around on the lake side, he
found Bryan lying on the ground, j
while the other darkies who had tried!
to escape, were running to the north. I
Mr. West fired a shot over their heads j
and turned his attention to Bryan. He j
asked the man if he was hurt, arid he j
said he was. At that instant Osteen j
was in the car guarding his prisoners, j
in which he was joined by Johns.
West tried to obtain a doctor for the j ed near Ocala a gentleman by the
wounded negro, but he died in about name of Joseph Bumby, an Union vet vet-fifteen
fifteen vet-fifteen minutes, j eran, much respected by all who knew
Bryan was shot in the left leg and j him. He removed some years ago to
the ball ranged up into, his stomach j Lakeland, and in that city, June 11,
a very peculiar wound.
Mr. West says he did not shoot the
negro, and does not know who did.
Mr. Osteen refused to give any ac-
count of the" shooting, beyond saying 1 away only a fexr days ago. These two
emphatically that he did not shoot, jmen of similar name were not relat relat-The
The relat-The Star has not been able to in-;ed nor even known to each other.
terview Mr. Johns, but would like to j
hear his sk'e of the story. OFF FOR LIVE OAK
It is possible, of course, that one of
the negroes who escaped fired at the Col. R. F. Rogers, Ocala's popular
officers and shot Bryan. Mr. West postmaster, left oft the afternoon
says no arms were found on the pris-; train for Live Oak to be present at
oners or in the car. It is not improb- j the meeting of the Florida postmas- I
able, however, that one or more of Iters' convention Wednesday, Thurs Thurs-those
those Thurs-those who escaped were armed. j day and Friday of this week. After
The people of Eastlake are much the adjournment of the convention
stirred uj over the occurrence, and Colonel Rogers will spend a few days
the feeling has spread to Ocala, where j with his son, Mr. W. L. Rogers in
some of our best citizens denounce Suwanee county, having secured a
the affair in decided terms. J leave of absence from the department
The matter should be probed to the j headquarters until July 1.
bottom. If the negro was killed by j
one of his comrades, the slayer should The Board of Trade will hold its
be hunted down and brought to jus-j next meeting Thursday night, the
tice, for his act was no less than mur-24th. Lets try and have as good a
der in the first degree. j crowd and as live a meeting as we had
If, on the other hand, the fatal shot last time.
was fired by one of the officers, he i
deserves a penitentiary sentence. j Every new difficulty in the path of
An officer has no right to shoot a j the allies at- the Dardanelles adds
man who is running away, unless weight to the opinion that an enemy
that man- is guilty of a" grave crime. would find the Panama canal too hard
This is not the Star's opinion only. Itta nut to crack, for the two water water-is
is water-is the law. j ways, from a military point of view,
The custom prevalent in this state, are much alike. Savannah News,
and so far as the Star can learn, more: The Panama canal hasn't a hundred
prevalent in other counties than this, j thousand a men to defend it. If we
of rounding up parties of coloi-ed men,; sent a hundred thousand men to the
who are playing cards for small isthmus they would be starved into
stakes, but not breaking the peace or j surrender unless we retained corn corn-causing
causing corn-causing annoyance to other people, jmand of the sea.
. should be stopped. It is oppression '!
of the negroes and an unjustifiable Another great thing to thank God
annoyance to their employers. jfor is the big crop of blackberries.
Gambling is an evil in any shape or j
form. But white men gamble unmo- Mr. C. C. Stephens of Berlin, who
lested simply because they have! was in town today, praises the wrork
homes, offices, club or hotel rooms to being done by the county force on the
gamble in, which the officers cannot i Blitchton road. He says the road is
enter without warrants, and in which
they can find no evidence when they
do enter. V .
The poor negroes on the other hand,
either honfeless or far from home,
gathering around rough tables, or
down on the floQrs, in a rude shanty,
Qr.a box "car, to have the only amuse
as second class matter.
One year- in advance 14.00
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three month3, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance .80
ment available for them, are fair
game for the officers, who can walk in
on them without warrants, and pack
them off to trial, where they are al always
ways always punished out of all proportion to
their offenses. This punishment does
not reform any negro or make him
any better. A man is always morally
worse for being the victim of injus injustice.
tice. injustice. It is also unjust to the white men
who employ these negroes, and who
often have to go to the county seats
to pay out their workmen, or let im
the least. But the officers shouldn't
enter the cabins and shacks and
shanty cars of the negroes without
warrants any more than they should
enter the parlors, offices and clubs of
the whites. Law should be adminis administered
tered administered with even justice. When it is
not, it breeds resentment and con contempt
tempt contempt instead of respect.
BROUGHT ROONEY TO BOOK
Secretary Rooney, in drawing off
the plan for his Central Highway
arches, left off the name of Eustis,
for which he has been brought to book
byEditor Woods of the Lake Region,
who reminds him. that Eustis is the
biggest tourist center in Central
Florida. Rooney acknowledges the
corn and promises to make amends,
For a number of years there resid-
There also resided in Orlando for a
long time a gentleman by the name of
i Joseph Bumby, and he, too, passed
; so good that he i3 thinking of buying
; an auto. The road has been improved
s to Fellowship, .and the camp is now
( being moved further northwest, so
that the work can progress,
Globe-Wernicke safes and cabinets
1 at The Murray Company 3t
THE FRANK CASE
There was a great sigh of relief all
over the United States Monday when j
it became known that Governor Sla Sla-ton
ton Sla-ton of Georgia had commuted the sen-
tence of Leo Frank. ;
The Star doesn't proclaim Frank's
innocence or criticise the Georgia
courts. It thinks the evidence again t
Frank was very strong, that the
Georgia courts have done. their best to'
. , ,
been moderate. Governor Slaton has
acted with a wisdom that deserves
high commendation. Like nea
the rest of the world, he saw the case
looked very black for Frank. But he
couldn't be absolutely sure he was
guilty, so he commuted his sentence.
If Frank is guilty, he will regret hi,
crime thru every one of the slow slow-dragging
dragging slow-dragging hours of his life. If he is
innocent, his innocence may be proven
some day, and Georgia will rejoice
that Slaton kept the blood of one in innocent
nocent innocent man off her coat of arms. -Guilty
or innocent, this case of
Frank will do some good.
In the industrial system
come into practice in the last half
century, a great many girls leave
home for the store, the office or the
factory. Many of these girls are ex exposed
posed exposed to seduction, outrage or mur murder,
der, murder, and not a few have fallen vic victims.
tims. victims. And when one is so sacrificed,
the world generally passes on, pay paying
ing paying no attention to the occurrence
except to read the sensational stories
that are forgotten in a few days.
Poor little Mary Phagan was a
child of the people, working in(a fac factory
tory factory for a very few dollars a week.
She was most foully murdered, but
the people of Atlanta and Georgia
did not let her fate be forgotten and
her body put away with indifference,
as has been the case in the murders
of scores of working girls in other
states. They arose in wrath, from
the day laborer to the millionaire,
and demanded that the crime be aton atoned
ed atoned for. And they didn't allow the
crime to be shoved off on the nearest
The Star thinks Governor Slaton
did his duty, and that the people of
Georgia tried to do theirs. And, cer certainly
tainly certainly in. Georgia, and, perhaps, in
other states, the lives and honor of
working girls will be a little safer on
account of the wrath with which the
people of the Empire State of the
South pursued the man whom they
firmly believed to be the desecrator
and slayer of little v Mary Phagan.
Like many other, innocent victims, she
didn't die entirely in vain.
GET DOWN TO EARTH
The author of the name, "Paradise
Route," for the proposed loop in the
Dixie Highway, is being treated to a
good deal of ridicule by some of the
papers published in the "Paradise"
which the route would traverse. A
Lakeland representative at Orlando,
aroused at the term, went it one bet better
ter better by dubbing a proposed route
through Lakeland the "Celestial
Route." Well have to get down to
earth before we travel over any of
these routes with much comfort.
Still on the Earth and Down to Hard
"Paradise Loop!" Yes, long before
May 20, 1916, the roads that make up
this loop will be among the smoothest
and best in the state. But when you
leave these facts and permit your
mind and eyes to" feast on the joys
and delights that will present them themselves
selves themselves to the many fortunate travel travelers
ers travelers over the "Paradise Loop," you will
m ecstacy exclaim "the half has not
been told." Leaving Ocala, wending
your way over this route, will carry
you through such conditions that will
turn your thoughts and ideas towards
that which leads to "Paradise" for the
effect, the beauty and delightful con
ditions traversed brings only thoughts
of those days of old when our fore forebears,
bears, forebears, Adam and Eve, were spending
their days in Eden, which was that
part of Florida through which the
D t -r.
inauise ijoojj runs. itooney.
OCALA SEED STORE
A full line of Corn, Oats, Eran,
Shorts, Hay and Molasses feeds. Cotf
Nyal's White Liniment. Use it for
aches and pains, bruises and sprains.
Sold by Annex Drug Store. 16-tf
You take no chances in getting
shrimp and crabs at Rodoff's as he
receives them direct from the sea
each afternoon. Call at Heating's
Buffet, or phone 22. tf
Go North by Sea
MERCHANTS & MINERS TRANS.GO
rew 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, Com'l. Agt.
J. F. WARD, T. P. A.
City Ticket Office, 25 Hogan Street,
Br MARGARET C DEVEREAUX
j Farmer Perks called hl son Thomas
, . .
to him one bn.'ht spring luorniug and
I Raid to Mm. -Thomas. 1 wish you to
e it au'j Lutr VtiiL. i uuuuj j
ot illmcelr naily to 0 to town put. (
tin- on his store clothes and brushiu;; j
go to town and sell the calf. Thomas
bim.self up o that he looked verv welL
lie was n handsome youth, and his
mother dreaded that some girl on the
way might fancy him and get away
with him. It occurred to her to so
handicap him that he would be In no
condition to resitoml to such advances.
So she said to him
"Torn, dear, since you are going to
the city to sell the calf I think you had
tettcr take some other farm produce.
Tom ex preyed a willingness to do
as his mother said., and when he bad
''1 '" tlie C;ilf from the barn he led it
by the rope about Its neck to the
house, where she was waiting for him.
She gave him a basketful of eggs and
a live turkey Since he must use one
band to lend tbe calf and could not
carry the turkey nd the eggs In the
other hi mother tnaile a sort of turbau
of a towel for his bead aud balanced
the basket of cues ou it. Then she
placed the turkey under the arm not
iu use for lending the caif.
"M other." sai l Tom. "1 fear that If
1 stumble the eggs will fall and be
"The distance to the city is short,"
was the reply. You may walk slowly
and carefully mul yet reach the mar market
ket market In half an hour. And. Tom. she
added, "if a girl offers to relieve you
of a tart f yur burden refuse her."
Tom. who was a very obliging youth,
suffered his tubther to kiss hku good good-by.
by. good-by. for he could not ktsa her loaded
as he was. and set forth on bla Jour Journey.
ney. Journey. The calf Iil not lead easily, and
the turkey tried to get awny, so that
between the two clilliculties he was in
constant dread lest be drop the eggs,
lie bad made but half the journey
when Annie I'lxley came out of a wood
aud. seeing Tom trying to balance the
eggs on his head. while hampered by
the calf and the turkey, began to laugh
at him Annie was just Ufteen years
old, a very attractive age with guis.
aud bad a lithe figure that showed to
advantage in her scaut costume. More Moreover,
over, Moreover, her eyes were full of mischief,
and her lips were a rosy red. Tom
cast a reproachful glance at her, where whereupon
upon whereupon her heart softened to him. and
"Poor fellow! You are surely having
a hard time of it with so much to at attend
tend attend to. Let me carry some portion of
Tom remembered his mothera warn warning
ing warning aud declined the offer, telling An Annie
nie Annie the reason for his refusal,
"And why did your mother do that?
asked Annie, who Jumped at the true
cause at once-
"I don't know." replied Tom. "She
simply warned me. Then she kissed
me good by and sent roe off."
"And did you not kiss her good by ?"
asked the girL
"How could 1. loaded as 1 amf
"l see.' said Annie. -You can't kiss
any one. If there is any kissing be between
tween between you and a girl she must do It
"Certainly!" said Tom.
"Cut you might set down a part of
)-our load If you won't let me carry It."
"What can I set down? If I release
the turkey he will not come back to
me; If the calf he will scamper back
to the farm. As for" the eggs, 1 must
use one hand or the other to remove
them from my head, aud I have shown
you that is impossible without losing
either the turkey or the calf.
"I might take the eggs off your head
and set them on the ground. That
would not be carrying them for you,
"That would not help matters. 1
would still have my bauds Xull.
"I ee. You can't kiss any one. If
you are kissed one must kiss you.
Your mother has arranged that she la
the only one to kiss you.
"How Is that?"
"it would not be modest for a girl
to kiss you.
Tom stood still fn order that be
might do some thinking. Something
was denied him. Had he been at lib liberty
erty liberty to take It. be would not have
thought of doing so. But now that he
was prevented he pined for 1L Annie
stood l.efore him. looking up Into his
eyes with hers, and her red Hps were
very tantalizing. The longer be thought
the nearer she drew to him. Present Presently
ly Presently her Hps wi re so close to his that he
bent his head and kissed her. Down
came the basket of egss and everyone
was broken. Torn let go the calf and
the turkey to catch It. and the calf ran
back t the farm, while the turkey
scurried off into the woods.
"There." said Tom. "See what you
"I have done! I have done nothing.
I ofTered t carry a part of your load,
and you would not let me do so. You
attempted to take a kiss without mj
consent It seems to me that you are
alone to blame."
Later Tom appeared at home with without
out without any r.f his load, but with Annie
Pi.xley." When his mother asked him
what it all meant he said:
"Dear "mother, you made a terrible
mistake. You filled my bands and put
n burden on my head so that I could
kiss no one. The girl was so modest
that she would not kiss me. so I was
obliged to. kiss her. I dropped the
eggs, and to catch them I let go the
turkey and the calf."
I see, said his mother.
How .Mrs, Harrod Got Rid of ner
"I suffered with ptomach trouble
for years and tried everything I
heard of, but tbe 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 :..n in the stomach,"
writes Mis. Linda Harrod, Fort
Wayne, Ind. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
Woodmen meet Friday night.
A MODEL'S SORROW.
It Would Obtrude Itself In Spite of AM
A magazine illustrator iosessed the
1 hor icvs of a mk l whk h were highly i
' ralued on aecoui.it of liie mail's ability
"to wear evening clihe- "likt? u H.kty
m ... 1. a t t 1
: aaau. a u-ai iih-u mini j jtuh -Muai
Xiiodels cannot achieve.
! .This nio.lt! hud "uta .better days.'
t but the only teuiait-iug relic of them
was bis dress suit atnl his ability to
I Wear It proj-ei ly. Souietiines he would
turn up half an hour before the time
upiointfd fur bis sitting, wearing a
uess si.it- After some min
utes conversation .u any topic thai
fopIted Into bis bead be would finally
approach the matter th.tf. distre-ssed
him something like this:
"You will pardon inc. sir 1 regret to
say I am overwhelmed with confu confusion,
sion, confusion, but but. ir. if y6a will ex-ute
me. 1 was obliged, absolutely obliged
to er hyiotbei-ale in short. tt pwu.
luy evenhig clothes for n. If you will
kindly redeem them I am quite at your
service, sir. Here is the ticket.
Now, rhls sort of thing continued for
a long time, until finally the illustrator
bit uiHn the plan of hiding the model
business- suit w hile be was out of the
room, sending him home iu his even evening
ing evening garb, confident that be bad no t It Iter
er Iter and that be would return -the 'day 'day-after
after 'day-after ready to pose.
The hour arrived, but Instead of the
model there came a messenger toy
wltb this note:
"Ienr Sir I cannot find words I do
not know bow to convev to you I am
lacking In but. a la, sir. that fatal j
'but. I was driven, forced, compelled,
again to pledge my evening garments
as collateral security for the sum of
$3. Redeem tin ia. iid I nm at your
service. I am at the pawnbroker's. In
bed in a back room. I inclose tbe tick
et. Philadelphia IHlger.
No men living are more worthy to'
be trusted than those who toil up from
poverty; none less Inclined to take or
touch aught whkh they have not hon honestly
estly honestly earned. Lincoln.-"
He Knew What He Was Asking.
"Is there any mail for John or me?
Inquired the general delivery patron.
"You're strangers to me," retorted the I
postal clerk. "Do you supiose I can j
tell people's names by looking at
"I don't see that it makes any differ-!
ence If I am a stranger. Look and see
if there i any mail for John or" me
J-o-h-n O-r-r M-e-e." m
He got bis letter from a much sub subdued
dued subdued postal clerk. Ladles Home Jour Journal.
nal. Journal. VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day. Merchant's Cafe. tf
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Your Order will' have
At Smoak's Vmw Shop.
e o o
E. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
WILBUR VV. C. SMITH
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
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 Dot Days
are made easy with the
help of these ideal ser-
LET THEM HELP YOU
Keep your range clean.
A dirty gas range will
make a big gas bill.
Ocala Gas Company
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
Fine CasMets and Burial Robes.
D. E, McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
All Work Done by Licensed Embal Embal-n,?rft
n,?rft Embal-n,?rft and Tally Guaranteed
D. E. McIVER
C V. ROBERTS
Commission Men vs Ocala
We need you so go and Drink
The proceeds from the sale of Coca Coca-Cola
Cola Coca-Cola will be given for the grand stand
Ocala Coco-Cola Bottling Works
WE TREAT YOUR
No Extra CSiare
For delivering, work the same day it is received if it is sent in early
and immediate delivery requested. This feature of OUR LAUNDRY
is quite convenient for traveling men and transient people generally.
We use the best of everything that goes to giving absolute satisfac satisfaction.
tion. satisfaction. Your clothes Will last longer when laundered with modern
appliances than by the antiquated methods of years gone by. Come
in and inspect our plant and see our methods of handling collars.
Is a Regular "Bonaiiza" 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
FEN OLE, that cleanly spray, that peejrless house household
hold household disinfectant and insect destroyer. - ;
Is sold in Ocala by
Mclver &. Mackay, 0. K. Tea Pot Grocery,
Tydings Drug Co., The Court Pharmacy,
Smith Grocery Co., OHie Mordis
. mmm 'hardware so. .'
WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS OF FENOLE PRODUCTS
Nature and science combine to make it so. Every precaution is taken, to
protect it from contamination while it goes through the proct swn which re result
sult result in a cube of glistening goodness.
Full weight and satisfactory serrire go with this ffood icv of mirs. Lt us
hare your custom we deserre it.- f
Ocala Ice & PacMmcf C.
ROOM AND RATH
RATESE 75c to $1.50 NO HIGHER
-Dining Room with Moderate prices
Room Without Bath 5c.
.Running Water in Every Room in the Hou,e
FXECTRIC ELEVATOR SERVICI; IIIOXES IV ALL IKHIMS
LOUIS N. LONG, Prop.
The only Hotel on the Square
R003I AND BATH
. Only Direct Line from Jacksonville
Fare includes meals and stateroom berth.
TICKETS NOW ON SALE GOOD ON ANY SHIP
FINAL RETURN LI3IIT OCTOBER 31st,
Write for schedule and further particulars.
r4 G WENZEL FLORIDA PASSENGER AGENT
Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of Liberty Street.
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
ADVERTISE "IN. THE STAR
M t I
FOR A DOLLAR
FOR A DOLLAR
tt) m n t
OCALA PTENING STAB. TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1915
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PROGRAM CHANGES DAILY
EXPLOITS OF ELAINE NintJ tpisode.
If ERR COMES THE BrtlfyE Lubin Comedy.
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS f
(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone 106)
Thought for the Day I months ago, is much better, tho he
' I has not yet recovered his full strength.
Happiness, at itasi, is ui
it joys to communicate; it laves
others the very name and appear appearance
ance appearance of a happy man breathe of good
Camp Fire Girls Enjoy Picnic
Today the Camp Fire Girls with J
Mrs. William Hocker,
t ri r mian in.
l 1 k n met rT 11 a Tr 1 1 VP- .-
'pK. !.nic StPv,nSon. sPent the da' Pricking at the cala
Featuring yary Pickford.
ADMJSI" From 3:10 to 10:30 3 and 10 cents
' i Country Club. Jt was the regular
! meeting of the organization and the
" erolf links was an ideal place to go to
Last night the alumni association 1 combine pleasure and business. The
of the Ocala high school met at the j3 took iuncnes and at noon they
i court house to form a permanent or- ; were sprea(j and for an hour or more
ganization. j the dinner table was the center of at-
j Miss Annie Atkinson, temporary j racti0n.
j chairman, presided. The minutes of ; The memt)rs made the emblems for
the call meeting held recently were j their ceremonial suits. Late in the
read by the secretary, Miss Margaret j aftemoon they took a hike before re-
OS? t?& &V&
WE HAVE BUILT UP OUR BUSINESS BY GIVING
OUR CUSTOMERS RELIABLE HARDWARE AT A
LOW PRICE; BY BEING ON THE JOB, ATTENDING
TO OUR CUSTOMERS' WANTS, AND BY SENDING
THEM AWAY SATISFIED WITH EVERYTHING
WE HAVE NEVER LOST ANY MONEY BY DOING
BUSINESS ON THE LEVEL, AND DON'T INTEND TO
CHANGE OUR SYSTEM. IF YOU WANT A SQUARE
COME TO SEE US.
jJUAMi nil SL
This is our
Jackson. The committee appointed to
draft the constitution and by-laws, on
account of untoward circumstances,
was unable to make a report, hence
J the meeting adjourned to meet again
Monday evening, July 28, at 7:30
o'clock, at the same place.
For the information of those pres present
ent present the committee to obtain a list of
all graduates made an informal re report,
port, report, its chairman. Miss Minnie Lee
Carlisle reading off the names 141
who arc eligible to membership in the
Yesterday Mrs. J. R. Moorhead held
a splendid corn demonstration at the
home of Miss Doris Johnson at Fair Fairfield.
field. Fairfield. The meeting was largely at attended
tended attended and many quarts of corn were
IjThe Tuesday auctioir club met this
afternoon-with Mrs. R. N. Dosh at her
attractive home on South Fourth
street. The games proved 'a most in
teresting diversion for two hours
after which the hostess served refreshments.
Little Miss India Smith has return
ed from a visit of- a few days to Miss
Frances Mclver at Lake Weir.
Miss Mary Wyatt Galbraith of Gal-
braith Springs, Tenn., a charming
visitor to Ocala last winter, is visit
ing friends in Johnson City, Tenn.,
going up especially to be maid of
honor in the wedding of a. college college-mate
mate college-mate Thursday. Friday Miss Gal
braith will leave for Long Beach,
Calif., to attend the national conven convention
tion convention of the.Zeta Lau Alpha fraternity
which will be held in that place July
7-13. Miss Galbraith is editor-in-
chief of Themis, the Z. T. A. maga
zine and while at the convention will
be beautifully feted with courtesies
befitting the high 'position that she so
capably fills. En route she will stop at
Colorado Springs, Denver, Salt Lake
City and on leaving Long Beach will
visit the exposition, Grand Canyon,
Yellowstone Park and other places of
interest, reaching home in August.
turning home which concluded the
pleasant day. Present were Misse3
Elizabeth and Meme Davis, Elizabeth
Hocker, Agnes Burford, Elizabeth
Home, Katie Mae Eagleton, Cathar Catharine
ine Catharine Henry, Louise Spencer, Callie Gis Gis-sendaner,
sendaner, Gis-sendaner, Stella, Nina, Nettie and
Carita Camp, Mary Harriet Living Livingston
ston Livingston and Mrs. Hocker.
Manufactured for the pressing -of
Palm Beach and Duck Suits. Being
heated by steam, it can not scorch.
The pressure being direct, not sliding,
it can not wear cr tear. Call and see
it do the woik.
Ocala Steam Laundry
Phone 101 402-404 South Main St.
Miss Dorothy Pittman has returned
home from Nashville, Tenn., where
she has been attending school, and is
with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. H.
Pittman. The Misses Dorothy, Mil Mildred
dred Mildred and Kathryn Pittman will leave
shortly for the north, where they will
spend the summer with relatives.
They will probably be joined in the
summer by Mrs. Pittman, who will ac accompany
company accompany them home. Times-Union.
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E.
aieetb at Yonge hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of eacU
month at 7Si o'clock.
. A -Mrs. Emily Webb, W. M.
Mrs. Lillian SimmpLS, Sec'y
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
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 postofflce, east slae.
L. II. von Engelken, E. R.
Nelson Geise, Secretary. At.
We are now arranging lor the manu manufacture
facture manufacture of a specially5 fine grade of CAKES,
conveniently put up for the consumer who
does not care for a whole cake. Each cake
will be packed in a high quality waxed
paper with a substantial paste board in inside,
side, inside, making the package practically air
tigh. Each package will contain not less
than eight ounces, and the retail price will be TEN CENTS
EACU. These cakes will be flavored with the most popular
flavors used in home cooking, such as Vanilla, Chocolate,
spices! etc., and will contain only the highest grade of Sugar.
Butter and other ingredients necessary to their manufacture.
This will enable you to have your cake fresh from the oven
everyday. "CARTER'S DELICIOUS" cake is strictly a
home product, and with the trade-at-home spirit that now
prevails every community it will be just what the Ocala pub public
lic public has been looking for. Watch for further announcements.
Sold by all the leading grocers.
NORTH MAIN ST.
Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. P..
meets :u Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'tfoclc." A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to vlsitin?
brethren. J. D. Wilkes, N. G.
W. L. Colbert. Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
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AND RETURN FROM
STANDARD KAILIiOAD OF THE SOUTn
Tickets Sold July 2nd. Final Limit July 14th. Good on all regular
STEEL SLEEPERS OBSERVATION CARS
For Tickets and Reservations call on
M. R. WILLIAMS- J. G. KIRKLAND,
Ticket Agent, Ocala, Fla. D. P. A., Tampa, Fla.
IT TTH? BW
Tickets on sale July, 2nd and trains arriving in
rtoon July 'SrtLs. Limited July 14, 1915.
TICKETS GOOIDCOLL REGULAR TRAINS GOING OR RETURNING
- Local Sleeper toColumbia on Train No. 4, July 3rd
JOHN BOISSEAU, C. T. G. Z. PHILLIPS, A. G. P. A.
. OcalavFla. Jacksonville, Fla.
P wmmm, i M Tt 1
L V. OCALA
Mrs. -W. J. Lee and children of
Gainesville are the guests for a few
days of Mrs. Eli A. Osborn en route
to Groveland to visit her parents. To Tomorrow
morrow Tomorrow Mrs. Osborn and her guests,
including Miss Margaret Wade, will
motor to Morriston to spend the day
with friends. '
Misses Elizabeth and Meme Davis
and Catherine Henry of Lake Weir,'
came up this morning to attend the
meeting of the Camp Fire Girls.
Mrs. Samuel Leigh left today for
Jacksonville to visit her mother, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Kramer are now
making their home in Mrs. Foxs
pretty cottage, at 15 North Sanjchez
The Ladies' Aid Society of St.
Philips Catholic church held its
monthly meeting yesterday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. Louis Toffaleti.
The election of officers for the ensu ensuing
ing ensuing year was held, which resulted as
follows: President, Mrs. T. H.-Wallis;
vice president, Mrs. Ed Peters; sec secretary,
retary, secretary, Mrs. Weller Carmichael;
treasurer, Mrs. J. A. Tucker. After
adjournment the hostess served grape
juice and cake.
Mr. B. A. Weathers and niece, Mrs.
I. V. Stevens and little Miss Margaret
Stevens of Lakeland have gone to
New York to visit Mr. and Mrs. N. A.
Weathers and to attend the marriage
of Mr. B. S. Weathers.
Miss Flossie Byrd, who has been
the interesting guest of Miss Helen
Brown for three weeks, left today for
her. home in Live Oak. j
Mrs. S. L. Bitting of St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg has joined Mr. Bitting at the
home in this city of their son, Mr. II.
P. Bitting for a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Mowser and
Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Gregory, who
came down from Jacksonville Sunday
in their car, returned Monday accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Mrs. S. E. Leigh, a niece of
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory, who will be
their guest for a few days.
Mrs. T. J. Killebrew and children
returned yesterday from & pleasant
visit to Mr. and Mrs. Adcock, at St
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Convention?
held every Monday at 8 p. m at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial velcome to vis
Ctas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
CHAPTER NO. 13, R, A. M
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Frldav in every month at
7:30 p. m. Jl. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake B'aro, Secretary.
The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 28
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
POPULAR MECHANICS i
Kuskokwim River Charted.
The recent announcement by the de
partment of commerce of the discov discovery
ery discovery f n practicable channel iuto the
Kuskokwim river, Alaska, attracted
widespread Interest. The Interest will
be renewed, by a notice Just Issued by
the department to the elTect'that tbe
coast and geodetic survey has print printed
ed printed two companion charts, oue of Kusko
kwim bay and one of tbe river. Both
charts are supplemented by leaflets of
tailing directions containing a full de
scription of the courses which should
be followed, the landmarks and other
details of Importance to the navigator.
These charts furulsh the long sought
answer to the question of how to reach
In safety the mouth of the river from
tho sea. For the first time the navi navigator
gator navigator has tbe means to avoid the de deceptive
ceptive deceptive blind channels which pene penetrate
trate penetrate the shoals of the delta and :
guide to follow the river channel ns It
winds Its way through the mud banks
of the river bed.
The Commercial Bmk
CAPITAL STOCK 550,000.00.
Stale, County and City Depository.
ILAIIIOX-DUXX 5L1SONIC JX3IXJE
Marlon-Dunn Lodge rtu. .x. Jt.
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evening" of each month' at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
A. E. Burnett, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
How Timber Is Often Damaged.
Experiments at the forest service lab laboratory
oratory laboratory of the department of agricul agriculture
ture agriculture have determined that the strength
of a piece of wood may be seriously
Impaired by slight compression failures
due to rough handling, says the Scien Scientific
tific Scientific American. Dropping a beam across
a skid may cause a compression failure
at the point at which the beam strikes
the skid, and It will be at this ioInt
that the beam gives way when It
breaks under a strain too severe for
the weakened fibers to withstand.
Hitherto unaccountable breakage In
hickory wagon spokes and other pre presumably
sumably presumably strong materials Is now at attributed
tributed attributed to compression failures caused
by windstorms in the period of growth
or br hard usage in lumbering and
manufacturing processes. These com compression
pression compression failures show themselves in
the form of little diagonal streaks or
wrinkle! across the grain and are al always
ways always a sure sign of weakness.
White Star line Transfer Co.
Teams For Rent light and Heavy Hauling
Packing, Storing, Shipping of Freight, Furniture, Pianos and Safes.
Raggage Service the Rest.
We Sell BEAVER BOARD Superior to Plaster or Ceiling
Quality and Price INVESTIGATE.
COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.
WOODMEN OP THE WORLD
Fol King Camp No. 14 mtrets at
the K. of P. Hallfi at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth, Friday. Vilttnp
cqvereigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Herk.
Raglan J Writes Interesting
Letter on This Subject,
ut Y our AdTlmJJie Star.
3irs. r&nny Antnony expects in a
few weeks a visit from her daughter,
Mrs. II. C. Webb, of Houston, Texas.
Mr. Webb, who was so ill a few
Silencer For Motor Engine.
Built on the same principle as a gun
silencer, a device which eliminates the
engine noises of light motor cars and
makes their action as quiet as more ex expensive
pensive expensive machines has leen prodnrt-d.
says Popular Mechanics. It replacr
the ordinary muffler and is claimed to
lessen the back pressure caused by
Madison Heights, Va. Mr. Chas. A.
Ragland, of this place, wriles: "I have
been taking Thedford's Black-Draugh!
for indigestion, and other stomach troub troubles,
les, troubles, also colds, and find it to be the very
best medicine I have ever used.
After taking Black-Draught for a few
days, I always feel like a new man."
Nervousness, nausea, heartburn, pain
in pit of stomach, and a feeling of full
ness after eating, are sure symptoms of
stomach trouble, and should be given the
proper treatment, as your strength and
health depend very largely upon your
food and its digestion.
To get quick and, permanent relief
from these ailments, you should take
a medicine of known curative merit.
Its 75 years of splendid success, in the
treatment of just such troubles, proves
the real merit of 'Thedford's Black Black-Draught.
Draught. Black-Draught. Safe, pleasant, gentle in action,
and without bad after-etfects, it is sure
to benefit both young and old. For sale
everywhere. Price 25c R c ta
cnunii i no rancy or motorists, ."roe
glass is made iuto limousine wlndown.
wind shi-!ds. etc. It consist, says the
Seientiti.- American, of two sheets of
thin glass' with n thin sheet of xylou xylou-Ite
Ite xylou-Ite between them, the whole three
sheet tHlng combined by glucose and
hydrauM-- pressure Into a homogeneous
'iu.i mh. It cannot be shattered Into
splinters by any agency. It will crack
and break under hammer blows, but
no splinter will fly. endangering peo people.
China Wood Oil.
Among the oils which may be added
to. or used as substitute for, linseed.
In paints, perhaps tung or China wood
oil Is the most important. When prop properly
erly properly iHjiW-d and treated it yield a Clin
which U bard and elastic, with heavy
body and high gloss. "One great ad advantage
vantage advantage of this oil Is that it form
tmlnts which will dry in damp atmo
spheres. It ha long been used by tbe
Chinese and Japanese and I finding
wide u fnr marine and waterproof
paint, and there Is'no apparent reaon
whv it should not be usea more ex
tensively for protective paints for Iron
and steel. The Engineering Magazine.
A RESTFUL LAKE RIDE
Travel to be enjoyable must be
restful, and at thi3 season of the year
whether your trip takes you cast or
west break the monotony, either at
Cleveland or RpfTalo, by a refreshing
night's trip across Lake Erie on a
veritable floating hotel. C. & B.
Line steamers leave either city every
evening and arrive early next morning.
The fame of the great ship Seeand-
bee is attracting to the route a vast
number of travelers to enjoy the de
lightful lake. ride. It U the largest
and most costly passenger steamer on
inland waters of the world and equals
in sleeping capacity the largest ho
tels of the country.
The fares for this lake trip are
less than by rail, and also railroad
tickets reading between Cleveland and
Buffalo are accepted for transporta transportation
tion transportation on all C. & B. Line steamers.
MUFFLER I) EVICTS TOR LIGHT CAKS.
the resistance of exhaust gases, there thereby
by thereby adding fow?r aud decrea&Ius fuel
The arrangement consists of a serifs
of 'chainler.s lu which the" gases are
made to revolve rapidly after they
leave the expansion chamber. The
sound waves are broken and '.urned
Into a rotary motion. assiug gradually
from one chamber to the other until
dissipated. In this manner txth the
sound of tbe ga explosion aud the
noise, caused ly rnplJ passage of saa
through an exhaust pipe into the ntnios ntnios-phere
phere ntnios-phere are k-sseued. The applliuie I
simply constructed and may ,le at attached
tached attached to a car in a few minutes.
Homemade Lawn Sprinkler.
. With n short length of old hose
.nrriAooi.in inirn snrtnkter can be
oulcktv nwl easily made. One end is
provided with n regular conpllng for
Constipation Cured Overnight
A small dose of Po-Do-Lax tonight
and you will enjoy a full, free, ea?y
bowel movement in the morning. No
griping, for Po-Do-Lax is Podophylm
(May Apple) without the gripe. 1 o-
Do-Lax corrects the cause of consti constipation
pation constipation by arousing the liver, increas
ing the now oi bile. tiie is nature e
connecting It to the line of good hose. J antiseptic in the bowels. With proper
The otherend Is turned up for neveral amount of bile, digestion in bowel3 i3
Inches and securely, wired to the main
part, thereby shutting off any flow
through It. Several cuts are made Into
it alMMit halfwny across and six Inches
opart. If the water in forced In the
onlv mean of escape will be through
tho slots, which will produce fine
pprays. giving nn good service aa
perfect. No gas. no fermentation, no
constipation. Dont be sick, nervous,
irritable. Get a bottle of Fo-Do-Lax
from your druggist now and cure
your constipation overnight. Ad. 1
Triplex Glass Much Used.
Triplex glass, which created a good
deal of comment when it was first an announced
nounced announced a year ago. Is now a pairing
on the market in many forms, espe especially
cially especially In Great Britain, where It Uam
"When my daughter had whooping
cough fhe couehed so hard at, one
time that she had hemorrhage of the
lungs. I was terribly alarmed about
her condition. Seeing Chamberlain's
Couch Remedy so highly -reconv
mended, I got her a bottle and it re relieved
lieved relieved the couirh at "once. Before she
had finished two bottles of thi3 rem rem-edv
edv rem-edv fhe was entirely well." writes
Mrs. S. F. Grimes. Crooksville, Ohio.
Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
For plumbLig and electrical work
see IL W. Tucker. Phone S0C -1
One pure bred Jersey heifer giving
20 pounds of milk daily; one three three-quarters
quarters three-quarters Jersey and one-quarter
Shorthorn heifer giving 25 pounds cf
milk daily. Both have first calfs
now ten days old; gentle and in f ne
condition." E. C. Beuchler. Anth t.
Lame back is usually due to rheu rheumatism
matism rheumatism of the muscles of the In:':,
Hard working people aie mo -t hktly
to suffer from it. Relief may he i
by mas-aging tho Lack v:th Ch r t
berlain's Liniment two or three tin:? ?
a day. Try it. Obtain every everywhere.
where. everywhere. .1
OCALA -EVENING STAR. TUESDAY. JUNE 22, 1915
Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Elks meet this evening.
Woodmen meet Friday night.
Board of Trade' meets
Mr. W. L. Godwin of Fairfield
among the visitors in Ocala today.
. Prickly heat powder is the caper
for those aching, tired feet. Ask for
it at the Court Pharmacy. It's guar
Judge J. C. B. Koonce motored up
today from Bushnell.
Mr. Ardis Waterman, who has been
ill for ten days, was able to be at his
SEE 1HK FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe everv day with
fresh vegetr jles, milk and eggs, tf
Professor A. B. Connor, the Star's
correspondent pro tem at Belleview,
was in town today.
Houses for rent on Daugherty
street, all modern conveniences. Ap
ply to A. G. Gates at Gates' Gar
"Carter's Delicious" slice cake is
made clean, sold clean and delivered
clean. Ask your grocer for Carter's
Mr. C. M. Carn of Reddick is in
towji today. He reports good staple
crops at Reddick.
"Carter's Delicious" slice cake is
sold by all the leading grocers. Ask
for it. Eight ounces for 10c. tf
Mr. George Chambers, who has
been visiting friends in Tampa, is
again in the city.
Nyal's White Liniment. Use it for
aches and pains, bruises and sprains.
Sold by Annex Drug Store. 16-tf
Mr. Alexander Brown, who has
been with Masters for the past year,
left yesterday for his old home in
Fayetteville, N. C.
You take no chances in getting
v shrimp and crabs at Rodoff's as he
receives them direct from the sea
each afternoon. Call at Heating's
Buffet, or phone 22. tf
The many friends of the popular
young physician, Dr. W. K. Lane, will
be glad to hearthat he is somewhat
better today. He has been quite ill
for the past week.
n u a
R. R. CARROLL
AGENT FOR MARION COUNTY
Thig report is made from observa-
- r r T I
Weihe, official observer for the gov-
June 1 ...75 C4
June 2 88 70
June 3 92 09
June 5 85 Gi
June G 8G 04
June 7 S5 05
June 8 89 09
June 9 03 7
June 10 95 70
June 11 02 03
June 12 94 03
June 13 02 00
June 14 03 .07
June 15 03 09
June 16 88 70
June 17 87 70
June 18 88 71
June 19 94 09
June 20 08 08
June 21 04 75
Partly cloudy tonight; Wednesday
probably scattered thunder showers
except fair northwest portion. Light
The Temple story, "In Deep Pur Purple,"
ple," Purple," last night, was of deep interest,
as those in which Clara Kimball
Young figure always are. The Tem
ple tonight will give another "Exploit
of Elaine," beside a live Lubin comedy
and a Biograph drama featuring
Tom McGuire of Ocala, one of last
year's popular students at the univer university,
sity, university, is spending a day or two in the
University City. Gainesville Sun.
A. Blowery, the colored fireman on
the northbound beaboard passenger
train, was overcome 4y the heat and
drinking too freely of ice water and
lemonade. A physician was calledto
minister to him, and the patient was
taken on to Jacksonville.
Alleging that T. L. Dekle and A. M
Duskee, proprietors of the San Juan
Mail Order House, concealed or per
mitted to be concealed certain assets
of the firm with the intention of de
laying collection or of defrauding the
creditors and that they have trans
ferred a portion of their assets to the
Florida Brewing Company, with the
intention of preferring said creditor
over others, a petition was filed in
federal court yesterday asking that
they be adjudicated bankrupts. bankrupts.-Tampa
Tampa bankrupts.-Tampa Tribune.
THE JOHN DOZ1ER CO.
It will' be to the interest of the
merchants to get our prices on Flour,
Grits, Meal, Hay and Grain before
purchasing elsewhere. 0-18-tf
17 New features in the
The biggest automobile
value ever offered for less
. Powerful, fast, silent and
smooth running. A superb,
fully equipped, real 5-passen-ger
A car with a real high tension
magneto, sliding gear transmis transmission,
sion, transmission, left hand drive, center
control, anti-skid tires on rear,
in fact it has
v Practically all the high
priced features of
high priced cars.
Come and let us take you rid riding
ing riding in the new 1915 Maxwell.
Holds the road at 50 miles an hour.
With Electric Starter and
Electric Lights $55 extra.
SOME BEAR STORY
Mr. Folks, who has a large corn :
t field out about three miles from the
city has been troubled a great deal
lately with a bear which has been ;
petting in his corn and doing consid- j
i t l j. a 1 T .,-,.
eraoie uama to me cruu. t
night, Mr. rolks invited some friends 1
:it tn Vipln bim kill the hnr. Arriv-
incr on the scene about 8 o'clock the
. r t
their positions in a drizzling rain toU. t rairficd Tomorrow. Eve
hcard him breaking down corn near
Via ti-o m r Tvv-r i f to nnrtr ivnrl:
... 1 -rf
t i i .i..- 1 1 r
. aw-xua eU anJ M;... Marv Koalie Rou ou
order to get between him and the j Wi .tlnesday eyenin' at the Baptist
swamp. After giving them pleniy.ofjchurch in that vir.a-e. Rev. L. W.
time to get into position, othe" Martin of the Daptirt church and Rev.
began closing in on the hear. He could jc M Pul,en of the Metho,!Lst thurch
te seen tearing down a. stalk of cornwm joint,y offic?atc on the fJcca5ion.
and not paying any attention to the j .nowelI is one of Alachua
hunters. After getting about ten'
yards from him the command ready
was piven and all took good aim anoj
when the word fire "was called out byj
-v t i i i, ii n .1 l :
louiiK cia.ucK, a pu.ru u.e jhome sfter Kpendin a few days at the
and put foiy loads of buckshot into:-. fin ih wL1:n tft..
Mr. Bear. The result was a big black
ho- grunted, turned and charged the ;
nmch and ome Marathon was done ;
by the bear hunters.
Mr. Folks says they tore up more?t. f. - hUtftrv nf
corn retreatins: than the rear would
have torn up in a week or two.
TO CORN CLUB BOYS
Dear Boy: It is now upwards of a
month since you received the last let
ter from this office. A great many
1 il it 1. i
i j : iL.i
are iiive.y iu nave tu.reu fcintc
time. I hope your crop is doing well
and that you 'will be able to devote
your energies to its perfection, so you
will stand high in the ranks when the
time comes to make an exhibit in the
There are several points in connec
tion with the crop to which you should
pay particular attention at this time
of the year. The most important is
to keep the soil stirred with a shallow shallow-working
working shallow-working tool of some kind so as to
maintain a dust mulch and prevent
evaporation 01 moisture. Moisture is i
what the corn must have right now
and you must see that it gets it. Af
ter every rain you should go into your
corn patch as soon as possible and
break- that crust that has been left,
and even if no rain occurs you should
stir the soil once each week.
Keep up cultivation until, the silk is
dry on the ear. Do not follow the old!
slip-shop method of cultivating so
many times, and then laying the crop
by. In the future of crop production
the expression "laying by" will be
eliminated. No crop should be laid
by as long as there is a possibility of
a few more cultivations helping it
Regarding the matter of prizes, I
will say that a very important one
has been added to the list. Mr. B. W.
Stone, of Thomasville, Ga., president
of the Pecan Growers Association, has
'offered a prize of 25 pecan trees to
the boy who makes the best general
average yi the corn club work of the
state. This does not mean the boy
making the largest yield will neces necessarily
sarily necessarily get this prize, but it will go to
the boy making the largest percent-
Now I consider this prize far more
important than any prize that could
be given ,in the shape of cash, tools,
implements, or even a trip to Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, the capitol of the nation. The
boy who succeeds in winning these
trees and planting them carefully,
will erect a monument to his energy
and ability to grow corn that -will
proclaim to the future generations of
his family that he was the prize corn
club boy for the year 1915 and plant planted
ed planted those trees, and it is hard to tell
how long they may live or how many
generations they may see. You can
readily see the importance of this
prize and you should strive to win it.
Mr. Stone has offered a similar prize
to the girls in the canning club' work".
Now, regarding the matter of prizes
I want to say it is all right to strive
to get far enough up in the ranks to
secure the prizes,' but it is not the
matter of prize winning that should
predominate. It is the matter of do doing
ing doing the best you possibly can in the
work and taking pride and pleasure
in showing people the results of your
energy and perseverance.
Any time this office can be of ser service
vice service to you call on us. We stand will willing
ing willing to help in every way we can.
Hoping to see you in the ranks
when the club makes its exhibit next
fall, I am, Y'ours truly,
C. K. McQuarrie, State Agt.
Farmer's Co-operative Dem. Work, U.
S. Dept. of Agriculture.
SPANISH CABINET RESIGNED
( As.ie"ate(l Pre.-s)
Madrid, J.une 22. Spain s cahinet
resigned today, considering the fail failure
ure failure of the recent loan-equivalent to a
vote of lack of confidence.
Richness of Life.
In our friends the richness of life Is
proved to us by what we have gained;
in the facs in the street the rich richness
ness richness of life is piovt-l to us by, a hint,
ot what wc l)avo Io.V I?rownicc.
To y're-p Stcprers TroTt Sticking.
A very little glycerin s:n-ared
around the glaj.s Mo;;;ers of buttle3
will keep them from sticking for a
Take Tiote of the Small Thing. ;
Practice yourseif, for heaven's sake.
In little things and then rroceed to
0111 III HI
(Continued from Third Page)
M- c,. Strunk has return-
, f delightful visit of
home from a delightful visit
two weeks with friends at Tampa.
While there Mi?s Strunk was the
guest of honor at many social affair?.
Among the prominent social affairs
of the summer at Fairfield wilfle the
trriage of Mr. George David llow-
.... . i:.., i
;Uveen Paraa:sc PnJ Gainesville in the
1 northern part of the county, where
the younj; people will
f. T, .
d hter of Mrs. Adam Rou of Fair-
fi , mcrTlbcr of tho familv of
L. f rrtTno . ..-
The best wishes of the Ftar with
the young couple down life's stream
wherever they may decide to cast
U. I). C. MEETING
DicWson Chatper, U. D. C, -at the
residence of Mrs. E. L. Carney Wed-
nesday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. All
members are requested to be present.
' Mrs. Winer, Cor. Sec'y.
Always on the lookout to give peo people
ple people just what they want in the bak bakery
ery bakery line, Mr. T. C. Carter, proprietor
6f Carter's Bakery, has installed the
necessary machinery and appliances
for turning out cake, by a new pro
cess which enables him "to seir a high
class product At a reasonable price.
In order that the same consumer may
have the same advantage as the larg larger
er larger concerns he is packing this product
in half-pound packages, ) wrapped in
sanitary waxed paper, at ten cents
each. Read his announcement in an another
other another column of today's paper. The
Star's bookkeeper can testify that the
Carter product has no superior.
(Samples have been tested.)
BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU SAY
In speaking of a person's faults.
Pray don't forget your own;
Remember tboe with homes of glass
Should never throw a stone.
If we had nothing else to do -Than
to talk of those who sin
Tis better' we commence at home,
and from that point begin.
We have no right to judge a man
Until he's fairly tried;
Should we not like his company
We know.Jhe world is wide.
Some may have faults whp has not?
Tlfe old as well as young
Perhaps we may, for all we know
Have fifty to their one.
Tl l-i. 11 1 1
To slander friend or foe,
Think of the harm one word may do
To those we little know,
Remember curses sometimes, like
Our children, most at home
Don't speak. of others faults until
You have none of your own.
AS A NUTRITIVE TONIC
One that contains the proper amount
of hypophosphites of iron, quinine and
strychnine, as a good tonic and for
the upbuilding of all forms of gen general
eral general debility, ORION HYPOPHOS HYPOPHOSPHITES
PHITES HYPOPHOSPHITES COMPOUND has no equal.
Three ounces 25c; full pint $1. Dis
tributed by Anti-Monopoly
For plumbi.ig and electric.i!
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 3;0
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 twd 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.
Bids will be received at th? meet meeting
ing meeting of the county commissioners July
nth, on making copies of plats in ac ac-cordahce
cordahce ac-cordahce with specifications on file in
W. D. Carn, Chairman.
Nugont, Clerk. 21-l"t
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida
in and for Marion Count' In
Emma E. Dursse, Complainant, vs.
Oren Dursse. Defendant Order
for Constructive Service.
It is ordered that the defendant
herein named, to-wit: Orrn Dursse
be and he is hereby required to appear
to the bill of complaint tiled in this
cause on or lcfore
Wednesday, the 23rd Day of June,
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for four conecutive weeks in the
Ocala Star, a newspaper published in
said countv and state.
-This 2.",th day of Mav, 1015.
(Seal) P. II. Nugent,
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County.
Florida. Bv Ruth Ervin, D. C.
S. T. Siitrurk,
Complainant's Solicitor. 25-tues
ADVERTISE IN THE STAR
Br F. A. MITCHEL
When- the bis European war broke
outon the COth of July, 1014. I was In
Berlin. My parents belns Germans,
though born In America myself, I
tbulit It would please my father If
I volunteered to fight the-allies. So 1
went off to Belgium with a company
of uhlans and got into tne thick of It
My chief delight was scouting. While
the German annj was reducing the
forts about Liege there was work to
do in a different way. and 1 was. much
better pleased at doing It than hanging
atout camp, though even the cavalry
was pretty busy. I would ride out In
neutral ground with a small camera
and take pictures of fortiScations-that
Is. when I could get near enough to do
po without being discovered.
Che day I had been unusually suc successful
cessful successful and on my way back to.mj
command topied at a farmhouse for
refreshment. A pretty Belgian girl
Ferved me. but evidently with a very
oor grace, regarding me an an enemy
of her country. Between the sexes
there Is always a special Interest in
making a conquest where the party to
be conquered resists the would be con conqueror.
queror. conqueror. 1 said so many pleasant things
to the girl that It was not long before
I congratulated myself upon having
quite won her over.
- Having rested foe some time. I was
alwnit to mount and ride away when
she made an excuse to detain me. 1
wan not unwilling to he detained and
spent an hour longer with her, during
which period 1 did more lovemaking
than I had ever done before. I made
several efTons o tear myself away,
but my little Kirl looked so repruactt
ful ut my going that 1 consedted to re remain
main remain Just a. little longer.
I stayed Just a little too long. Sud Suddenly
denly Suddenly hearing the beating of horses
hoofs. I started up with a view to get getting
ting getting away, but beore I could mount
my horse a squadron of Belgian cav cavalry
alry cavalry came down ou me and made me
a prisoner. With them was a boy of
fourteen whom 1 had seen about the
place when Fhad first arrived. It was
evident" that the girl had detained tne
while she sent him to inform the sol
tilers of my presence.
I beard the officer In command thank
her for the information she "had sent
him. and she Heemed quite proud of
what she had done. 1 was searched,
and the photograph" .1 bad taken were
found on me. to say nothing of my
camera. Ufon this the officer turned
to the girl and.w.iid:
"Mademoiselle, you have helped a
to quite a prize. While the captive
you have given us Is In uniform, be
has boen taking pbotograpbs of our
works and will be treated accordingly."
-How is that? asked the girl, pal pal-ins.
ins. pal-ins. -He will be shot.
If any blood remained In the girl's
face it vanished, and I thought she
would swoon. It occurred to me that
she had not considered the importance
to herself in the part she was playing.
Rut there came another turn in the
affair. 1 had gone so long on my
scout that my captain, fearing I had
got Into trouble, galloped out on the
road I had taken to look after me.
Suddenly while the Belgians were otT
their guard he appeared at the head of
Lis troops, dashing around a bend Jn
the road from behind trees. The Bel Bel-cians
cians Bel-cians took to flight, and 1 was rescued.
They were pursued for some distance
while I was pulling myself together
and getting the arms and accouter
ments that had been taken from me.
When I had collected everything 1
could find I turned to the girl who had
I have never In my life seen such a
erfect example of sudden change.
j Cringing before me, she looked up Into
my face with a supplication for for forgiveness.
giveness. forgiveness. 1 returned It with a stony
stare, in which I threw all the con contempt
tempt contempt 1 could express. She cowered
beneath It. and. turning my back upon
her. I stalked out of the bouse, mount mounted
ed mounted 'my horse and rode away with my
We advanced ou Parts, were driven
back in the battle of the Marne, and
six months after the episode I have
related I one day found myself fight fighting
ing fighting again in Belgium. Upon, a tempo temporary
rary temporary cessation of the fight I looked
about me. and the region 6eemed fa familiar
miliar familiar to me. 1 was near a house that
I recognized as the one In which I had
I had always regretted having, un under
der under the strain of narrowly escaping
death, dealt so harshly with the girl
who had betrayed me. I went to the
house and called for her. Intending to
speak a kindly word to her. but when
1 asked for her I was told that she wai
I winced. She was beyond either mj
i-outcmpt or my forgiveness.
"Did she die of an injury? I asked.
"No. A young uhlan came by here
one day. and she detained him while
!ie sent her brother to inform some
l;eli:iii cavalry of his presence. They
line and captured him. but he was
iecuel by his own men. The girl nev nev-.V
.V nev-.V foryave herself for having tefrajed
Suva and pined away and died. It's
i; !y th.it she fell In love with him
v ithoiit knowing it.-
I turned :iw;iy with a iaug It 'I
not lon since the end of the story, bill
somehow I feel that there will always
l n sore spot in my heart. lasting
rp-t. tli;t w.-i uii.-ible to forgive Iter
ls.-ibiy to save her from a premature
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
I street, j Home made cream candies,
2nc and r-. boxes. Pure and de delicious.
licious. delicious. 2G-lm
If he says anything about "sweet
things' just answer "Norris." Hell
know what you mean and he also
knows that the Court Pharmacy" is
the only place in Ocala that sells it. Ct
DRUGS AND POISONS.
Popular Delusion of the Safty of the
Of all popular delusions as to druss
andri mical eouJiuudsVsaid prom prominent
inent prominent chemist, "perhaps the most harm
ful Is that concerning medicines that
are -purely vegetable. There seems to j
be almost a universal impression j
among even the educated classes that
such medkhnes as are composed en entirely
tirely entirely of vege table compounds are ou
that -account hanuless. while on the
other hand a uyV mineral cotnionnd Is of
"Now. as a mjL'r of fact, not only
has the ourstlnn 71 f 'whether a medi
cine Is vegetable oV mineral V-T
slightest relation ol lolsonous or
nonitoisonous iunllties,t In practical
medicine it would swint most of
the common ik1soiis areVJianie.
Look at the oisons most tVionly
known ncd note their composition
T.ikp strvrhniiip. Mcoiilfi ouinm. jZ'-
hoL digitalis, hyoscine and ch-i
Every single one of these Is 'purely
vegetable. yet most of the deaths by
chronic poisoning come from one ol
these. The most powerful ioison
known, Ticine Kobert. one five-thousandth
of a 'grain of which will kill a
grown man. Is made entirely from the
castor oil bean.
On the other, hand, many minerals,
so far from being oisonous, are not
only harmless, but soothing- Bismuth,
n pure mineral. Is given in quite large
quantities even to small babies for the
purtose of allaying Inflammation,
while Iron is one of the most common
-Soda is not only one of the most
universal and harmless of minerals,
but It is also largely used In our foods.
Salt Is a pure mineral, yet It Is not
only necessary to life, but one of the
greatest cleansers and preservatives
known. Without it bacon and ham
would be impossible and the luscious
dill pickle unknown.
"Of course. .there are minerals that
are highly poisonous, such as mercury,
arsenic and potassium In certain com combinations,
binations, combinations, but they are neither more
deadly nor more numerous than the
vegetable poisons. This also may be
said In favor of the mineral poison. It
Is considered by many physicians that
its action Is tnnch more certain than
its vegetable brother: rather, vegetable
poisons are much more uncertain In
their action ujon the hnman system.
Hence death by overdose Is more likely
to occur from" a vegetable than a min mineral
eral mineral poison when taken medicinally.
-Just how the puhlUf ever got the
delusion that the 'purely vegetable
was a badge of harmlessness I do not
know, but the fact remains that such
Is the common belief." Washington
They Used Charles Lamb.
Franking privileges in England were
greatly abused in days gone by. The
government employee's friends shared
in his opportunities. In a letter writ written
ten written by Wordsworth In 1S15 the poet
said: -By means of a friend In Lon London
don London 1 can have my letters free. His
name Is Lamb, and If you will add an
e to his name he will not open the
letters. Direct as below without any anything
thing anything further. 'Mr. Lam be. India
house. London. Coleridge, too. saw
that a postage saved was n 'postage
gained and made use of the Mr. Laint
of the India house. Charles Lamb.
- Art and Nature.
Art Is the revelation of man. and not
merely that, but likewise the revela
tion of nature, speaking through man.
Art pre-exists in nature, nnd nature is
reproduced In art. As va(ors from the
ocean, floating landward and dissolved
fa rain, are carried back in rivers to
the ocean, so thoughts and the.sem
blances of things that fall uion the
soul of man in showers flow out again
In living streams of art and lose them themselves
selves themselves in the great ocean, which is na nature.
ture. nature. Art and nature are not, then, dis discordant,
cordant, discordant, but ever harmoniously work working
ing working in each other. Iougfellow.
A Roumanian Custom.
A strange custom is still observed in
Roumania. When a servant has dl--p
I eased bis or her master the offender
takes his boots In his hands and place
them before the bedroom door of bli
master. If Is a sign of great submis submission,
sion, submission, and the boots are either kicked
away as an Intimation that the fault
will not be forgiven, or else the serv servant
ant servant Is told to place them on his feet,
which shows that he Is forglTen.
It is not enough that people shall tx
clad, tbey must be dressed. -Costljr
thy habit as thy purse can buy. wai
the advice of PolonJus to bis son,
-rich, but not gaudy, for the apparel
oft proclaims the man. and the advice j
is Just as good today as It was iX)CFOR SALE OR RENT Small store
"What's become of that rascally
young son of the IlIowersT
. I understand he is. to take a course
of ethics ia one of our modern peno penological
logical penological institutions.
-There! And I beard be had teen
sent to Jail Paltlmore American.
Brown What n rig that woman ha
on! Jones dooklugi-By Jove, that re reminds
minds reminds me I've got to get some castor
oil for Brown F.h: I fail to see hou
that rig an remind you of -astor oil
Jones TTje bad taste of Ir, my boy.
-That little Irish girl fairly floats
.vheii ihe dances
.-Well, you know she comes frota
When you can't remove an obstacle
plow n round It Abraham Lincoln
A Doctor's Prescription for Cough an
Effective Cough Treatment
One-fourth to one teapoonfu! ot
Dr. King's New Life Discovery, taken
as needed, will Foothe 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
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is obtainable. Go to yonr drugg'i to-day,
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A LEFT HAfJDED ARTIST.
Leonardo da Vinci Cvcn Wrote, From
Right to Left.
iH"ht handfMl man in
rfrnwln" nuts Lis ahadli.i fniai
to left dlagoually downward. A
handed man puts his -v.'.v-:z (torn
left to right. This is t sj -eti.il. y no noticeable
ticeable noticeable In the drawing of Imird
d. Vlncl. who was left t. u.Jcd. In
the same way a ruxht han-ic 1 in --toeing
toeing --toeing asked to draw a spiral, n ;
m.1W Wliai l in'""
spiral that is. one th-t
i . ..-tit!., tho J.'rTy"-'
.. c cloc'i
. .....:.'d i. inn draws
the rj,.rr r- vi.ii-ii ..i-
.a curves counters IivL-whc.
In his lok. -The Curves f Life
Theodore Andrea Cook ays (!i;tt a
Sherlm-k Holmes couui teil f.'oui the
curves of a arjuter"s --a;iiins
whether be was ri-Iit or left baiHunl.
.as a riht handed carpenter lavurl.-ihl.r
drives bin plaue a little. to the left.
prodH'ing ii-ht handed screws, while'
ft handed rarjvnter pushes his
plane atle to the right and produces
Screws mulV tuukscrews are rlht
hand screws uu.'ess made for sume
FteclAl punose- "Lft hand screws
can le bouuht fromiy large hard hardware
ware hardware dealer. CoHin hcrws for pome
unexplained reason are Always left
haid screws. Man Is nnturrtj- rU'.it
handed, and It h.ls leu suV.cste"!
th it this may be owing t the portion
of his heart on the left side. So Tdl
tools and we:ijons have been adapted x
to rlsht handed men. This Is true of
the adze, plane, scythe, uim'et, nuizer,
scissors, snuffers, shears, etc.
The strongly left handed man will
continue to use such tools with hii
left hand, even though with incon inconvenience,
venience, inconvenience, but he in whom the left
handedness Is not n strong l i :s be becomes
comes becomes ambidextror. through the "use
of the right handed' contrivances and and-appliances
appliances and-appliances of everyday life
Mr. Cook mentions many customs
that have arisen through the normal
right handedness of man. Among
these Is the rule of driving to the left,
waich Ktill obtains in Bngland. Portu Portugal.
gal. Portugal. Sweden and parts of Austria. It Italy
aly Italy and Switzerland. This Is a fur- -viral
of ruling days, when men la 1.1
the reins iu their left" bauds in ord-r
to leave their right free to u? their
The most notable example. of a left
handed artist is Leonardo da Vinci. He
also wrote with his left hand and
wrote from right to left. So that any
one who wants to rt nd his manuscript'
or the annotations on his drawings
must, use n mirror. This, according to
Mr. Cook. 1 the natural method of the
left handed man.
, The first monster cheese presented to
a president of which we can tind rec record
ord record Is t'mt offered with great publicity
to Jeffcr-on In 1S02. The cheese was
made one might almost say built In
Cheshire. Mass.. in a press giving. It
the great dimensions of four feet diam diameter
eter diameter and eighteen Inches high. After
being successfully pressed It was
drawn from Cheshire to Washington
In a six horse dray amid popular re rejoicing.
joicing. rejoicing. With regard for the dignity of
his office, the president Insisted on"
footing the bill to the tune of f200.
There Is record of an even greater
cheese presented to President Jackson,
and President Van Bureu received a
great cheese every year ofhU lncutn lncutn-bncy.
bncy. lncutn-bncy. With him the custom seems to
have ended. New York Sun.
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Dr. King's New Life. Pill a are row
supplied in well-corked glass bottles,
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Surgeon. perttt4t Bye, fdar,
and -Throat, Law Library Hujldi"A,
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FOR RENT Upstairs consisting of
three rooms and bath, furni.-hed for
light housekeeping. Electric lights,
city and cistern water. Mrs. P. H.
Gillen, No. 1 S. Cth St. 21-tf
building on South 7th St., near A. C.
L. railway, formerly occupied by
D. Cowdrick. Mrs. P. IL Gillen,
1 S. Cth St. 21-tf
WANTED At once, 100. ewes. Ad Address
dress Address E. C Beuchler, Anthony, Fla. 4t
FOR RENT Rooms for light house housekeeping,
keeping, housekeeping, furnished or unfurr.UI.ci,
or single furnished rooms. Mrs. A. IL
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for children's garments, aprons,
hemstitching and embroidering. Call
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furnished rooms r'r"!.rce rvst
to the Colonial; also for light
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mer summer rates., Mrs. M XL Ervin. at
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FOR RENT EiM' room reknee
on Oklawaha'fwo blocks east of A. C.
L. railroad; all modern convenience ;
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