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OGALA, FLORIDA, THUKSDAY, JUNE 24, 1915
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FALLEHG BACK BFHIHD
AMONG THE ALLIES, FREIiCH DULY MJIIIIAIII A
London, June 24. Lemberg's fall,
according to Berlin advices, is being
followed by a general Russian retreat
over a wide front. In Lemberg dis district,
trict, district, the Austro-Germans are said to
be driving the Russians eastward,
while to the west the Russians are re retreating
treating retreating from the country northwest
of Przemysl and as far north as the
district of Kielce, in Russian Poland.
FOUGHT A GOOD FIGHT
The dispatches say the Russians
resisted at Lemberg to the last; their
line being cut to the north and in the
center before the city.
ALLIES NEED AMMUNITION
With the exception of a small front
along the Dneister, all the Russian
armies are within or on their own
frontiers. It is believed the Russians
may encounter difficulty, in withdraw withdrawing
ing withdrawing to new lines along the Bug river.
It is generally admitted the Rus Russians
sians Russians like the English are not suffer suffering
ing suffering for a lack of men, but shortage
of munitions has prevented the initia
tion of a general allied offensive.
AUSTRIA SHIFTS TROOPS TO
MEET ITALIAN ATTACK
Fighting continues with varying
intensity along the whole Italian
front. A Rome official statement
says the Austrian attacks were re repulsed
pulsed repulsed at several points. The invasion
of Austria has been apparently check checked
ed checked by reinforcements from Galicia.
OTTOMANS ALSO ADVANCE
The Turks in the Caucasus are re reported
ported reported to have won a fresh victory
in the capture of positions along a
front of two miles in the vicinity of
Olti. The Russians are fleeing east eastward.
ward. eastward. FRENCH ARE PUSHING THE
The heavy engagements marked the
operations along the western front
yesterday. The French met many
vigorous uerman counter attacKs.
Each side reports slight advances.
SUB ATTACKED A WARSHIP
Berlin, June 24. An official an announcement
nouncement announcement today says a German sub submarine
marine submarine attacked a British armored
cruiser Sunday a hundred miles from
the Firth of Forth, Scotland. A tor torpedo
pedo torpedo hit the cruiser, but the sub submarine
marine submarine was unable to ascertain the
London, June 24. A dispatch last
night stated that the British cruiser
Roxburgh had been struck by a tor torpedo
pedo torpedo Sunday in the North Sea, but
the damage was slight. There were
DEPLETING THE DRIFTERS
Seven fishing vessels, known as
drifters, have been sunk by German
submarines, off the coast of Scotland.
Most of the crews were saved.
SWEDISH BOATS SEIZED
The five Swedish steamers, seized"
in the Baltic Sea Tuesday bv German
warships are said to bave been the
Bergelsgen, Mimosa, Fram, Otis and
ATTENTION TO VETERANS
On Tuesday, July. 6, Dickison chap chapter,
ter, chapter, U. D. C, will give a dinner in
honor of th' Confederate Veterans in
Marion county. The John M. Martin
camp of Sons of Confederate Veterans
is also invited to be present. Dinner
will be served at the armory at 12:30
o'clock. Annie M. Atkinson, Sec'y.
EMPEROR WILLIAM HONORS
A BRAVE ENEMY
Basel, June 24. A message from
Germany says that Emperor William
when he heard of the death of Avia Aviator
tor Aviator Warneford said:
"He was a brave enemy."
THEIR OVN FRONTIER
ATTITUDE TOWARD HIS ADVER ADVERSARIES
SARIES ADVERSARIES RENDERS HIM OB OBNOXIOUS
NOXIOUS OBNOXIOUS TO AMERICA
Washington, June 24. The hope of
officials that the heads of the warring
military factions in Mexico would set settle
tle settle differences waned today. Carran Carran-za's
za's Carran-za's notice to the United States, re reiterating
iterating reiterating that he would not agree to a
truce Vith Villa pending the discus discussion
sion discussion of peace is responsible for official
disappointment here. It is believed
Carranza will soon be told he must
adopt a conciliatory attitude toward
his adversaries before he can hope for
the moral support of the United
STRUGGLE AGAIN FOR MEXICO
El Paso, June 24. The Carranza
army under Pablo Gonzales has reach reached
ed reached the suburbs of Mexico City, ac according
cording according to a dispatch to the Carranza
agency here today from Vera Cruz.
It is reported that the Zapatistas
are entrenched in the capital.
STORY WrAS SILLY
That United States Objected to Japan
Sending Troops to Europe
Washington, June 24. Official de
nial of the story printed at The
Hague that Japan was prevented from
sending 300,000 troops to Europe as
the result of an unofficial hint to
Great Britain from Washington,) has
been made at the state department
The United States government never
has made any suggestions about the
question of sending Japanese troops
to Europe or withdrawal of Japanese
troops from Manchuria.
BUSINESS IS BETTER
A Star reporter was informed to today
day today by Mr. Charles E. Simmons, man manager
ager manager of the Ocala Iron Works, that
business has been on the up grade
with that concern" for the past few
weeks. For some time the iron works
has been operating on short time, but
the recent business increase necessi necessitates
tates necessitates working full time, and Mr. Sim
mons expects within a few days to
add several mechanics to his present
Candler, June 22. Mr. Harry Bax Baxter
ter Baxter began shipping melons last week;
extra fine ones, but Mr. Baxter has
the reputation of shipping only fine
Mr. Ben Belcher is continually mak making
ing making improvements in the Golden Rule
Grocery Store. His latest is exterior
decorations in the artist's line and up
to date improvements in the new an annex
nex annex of the building.
Miss Mabel McClain is in Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, the attractive guest of her sis sister,
ter, sister, Mrs. Arthur Williams.
Mr. E. N. DeLong was a business
caller in Brooksville last week.
Mrs. George Russell of Lake Weir
is visiting Mesdames Moore and His His-cock.
cock. His-cock. Members -of the Ladies' Aid Society
conducted an ice cream sale Saturday
afternoon and evening.. The proceeds
are to be used in swelling the Presby Presbyterian
terian Presbyterian church screen fund.
Don't weaken your health by allow allowing
ing allowing yourself to become constipated.
Take a mild, sure laxative. Nyal's
Figsen is an effective aid to nature,
not a harsh stimulant. Get a ten cent
box of these candy tablets now, at the
Annex Drug Store. 16-tf
AUSTRIAN'S TOOK OFFENSIVE
BUT WERE DRIVEN BACK
( Associated Tress)
Verona, Italy, June 24. Informa Information
tion Information reaching here says the reinforced
Austrians took the offensive through throughout
out throughout the front, but were repulsed ev everywhere
erywhere everywhere with heavy losses.
Sturdy Californians Repairing Dam Damage
age Damage Before the Ground Ceases
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Elcentro, Calif., June 24. People
in the towns affected by earthquakes
of the last thirty-six hours, today be began
gan began rehabilitating their buildings.
The damage approximates a million
and a half dollars. Martial rule is
still maintained in Calexico, Mexicali,
Heber and Elcentro. Two more shocks
were felt last night. The dead in Mex Mexicali
icali Mexicali number eight.
RUSSIA SHY OF RUBLES
Unable to Pay American Firms Cash
Seattle, Wash., June 24. That
e shipments of war material for
Russia has ben cancelled by American
manufacturers who are said to be un unable
able unable to obtain cash payments for their
products, became known yesterday
when the Great Northern Steamship
Company announced that the liner
Minnesota probably will not include
Vladivostok as a port of call on her
The Mizmesota was scheduled to
sail direct from Seattle to Vladivostok
June 27 with practically a full cargo
for the Russian government. Seven
ty-five per cent of these shipments
has been cancelled by manufacturers.
WILSON IS ABSENT
Has Gone to Take Brief Vacation in
Washington, Jne 24. President
Wilson left last night for Cornish, N.
II. He plans to be absent from Wash
ington until July 6th.
MRS. JOHNSON GRANTED BAIL
At the habeas corpus proceedings
before Judge Bullock yesterday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, Mrs. Dr. Johnson of Coleman,
accused of aiding her son in the mur murder
der murder of her husband, in that town some
time since, was granted bail in the
sum of $1500, which was' given. The
testimony only went to show that Mrs.
Johnson is adicted to the use of drugs
and that her incarceration would be
exceedingly dangerous to her health.
GIVEN A WEEK TO MAKE GOOD
British Empire Must Have Ammuni Ammunition
tion Ammunition or Be Beaten in Battle
London, June 24. David Lloyd
George, minister of munitions, has
given British labor seven days in
which to make good the leaders prom promises
ises promises that the men would rally to the
factories in sufficient numbers to pro produce
duce produce a maximum supply of munitions
of war. There is no age limit to the
men enrolled, they will not have 'to
wear uniforms, but will have to give
their full time to the work and will
receive a certificate that they are
working for their king and country.
he munitions bill makes strikes
and lockouts illegal, provides for com
pulsory arbitration, limits employers'
profits and creates a volunteer armv
of workmen pledged to go wherever
they are wanted.
Great Britain has been organized in
to ten muntion areas, new factories
have been equipped and they will soon
be turning out prodieous quantities
of war material.
MOONLIGHT TRIP FRIDAY NIGHT
Arrangements have been made for
a moonlight trip to Delk's Bluff Fri Friday
day Friday night on the yacht Silver Springs.
Mr. Mathews, manager, has arranged
to convey passengers to the Springs
and return for 50 cents. The round
trip boat fare will be 50 cents. Bus
leaves Court Pharmacy at 7 o'clock;
boat leaves springs at 8 o'clock. Chil
dren will be charged half fare. This
is a splendid opportunity to get an
evening's outing at a reasonable cost.
Those who desire to furnish their own
transportation to and from the springs
may do so. 2t
PREPARATIONS OF TEUTONIC
ALLIES FOR A DRIVE AT
THE CHIEF CITY OF
London, June 24. A News dispatch
from Amsterdam says the Germans
have made preparations for another
attempt to capture Warsaw. The
Galician troops have already been
transferred to the Bzura front.
IMPORTANT MATTERS TO BE
CONSIDERED AT THE MEET MEETING
ING MEETING THIS EVENING
The Board of. Trade will meet in
regular session at the board head
quarters this evening. The matter of
sending a representative to Talla
hassee, to attend the highway mater material
ial material freight rates meeting, and other
important affairs, will be under con consideration.
sideration. consideration. All members should at
Will Cause Branch Bank to be Estab
lished at New Orleans
Washington, June 24- The federal
reserve board today announced that
it will open a branch of the Atlanta
bank at Nw Orleans, assigning the
New Orleans branch member banks
in Louisiana, Mississippi and Mobile
and Baldwin counties,. Alabama.
ANOTHER GOOD MEASURE
House Bill No. 221 by Mr. Crosby of
A bill to be entitled an act to amend
section 11 of chapter 6537: of the acta
of 1913, relating to the operation,
establishing, construction and main maintaining
taining maintaining public roads and .bridges an
this state and providing a : road and
bridge fund for the several counties
in the state of Florida and for the
assessment and collection of the same.
Be it enacted by the legislature of the
state of Florida.
Section 1. That section 11 of chap
ter 6537 be and the same is hereby
amended to read as follows:
Section 11. All persons -who shall
have lost a limb, or shall be incapa
citated from earning a livelihood by
physical disability, by ordinary man
ual labor, which disability shall be of
such character as to disable them at
all times from so earning a livelihood
by manual labor, persons of unsound
mind, and ministers in charee of a
church, and persons who shall have
performed their full proportion of
road work in any other county or dis district
trict district or road sub-division, and persons
who shall have been previously ex exempted
empted exempted by reason of having reached
the age of "forty-five years, and resi residents
dents residents of an incorporated city or town
and persons paying a general road
tax, or sub-road or sub-bridge dis district
trict district tax on real estate or personal
property, shall be exempted from
road duty under the provisions of this
Sec. 3. All general laws and parts
of general laws in conflict with this
act are hereby repealed.
Sec. 4. This act shall take effect
immediately upon its passage and ap approval
proval approval by the governor.
HYMEN IS BUSY
PUTTING ON n ALTERS
Judge William E. Smith says busi business
ness business is picking up in his office, espec
ially in the issuance of marriage licen
A licenses was issued this forenoon
to Mr. W. C. Mahim, cashier of the
Bank of Hawthorne, and Miss Lotta
E. Teter, also of the metropolis of
eastern Alachua county."
Sumter county is also represented
in this capacity in the judge's office
today. License was issued to Dr. A.
B. Albritton and Miss Thelma Ca ruth-
en, both of Wildwood.
Tho the Star man attempted to find
whether either of these couples had
been married in Ocala, no information
along this line could be secured.
BIG JOB FOR CLYATT
City Treasurer W. W. Clyatt was
engaged today in the tedious job of
signing his name 4000 times on tie in interest
terest interest coupons on the $100,000 sew sewerage
erage sewerage bond issue. .si:-
WILL BE JUDGED FOR SANITY
BY. HIS OWN WORDS
New York, June 4. Harry Thaw
will be called by the state of New
York as a witness against himself in
the hearing here to determine his
sanity, according to the announce announcement
ment announcement of the state's counsel today. It
is understood to be the purpose to lay
his story of the Stanford White kill killing
ing killing before the jury. Taking testi testimony
mony testimony on Thaw's side resumed today.
Thirteen witnesses, including Thaw
himself, testified yesterday that they
believed Harry Thaw was sane.
The witnesses included four of the
jurors at Thaw's former trials, two
chaplains, a physician and a keeper
of the Tombs where Thaw was con confined
fined confined at various times, two newspaper
men who have been associated with
him during the nine years history of
the Thaw litigation, a lawyer who met
Thaw in New Hampshire and a juror
in the civil proceedings instituted by
one of Thaw's forme rattomeys
against Thaw's mother. All the wit witnesses
nesses witnesses agreed that sh showed no
signs of delusion, could talk intelli intelligently
gently intelligently on .many subjects, and had nev never
er never been violent to their knowledge.
Appointment of Lansing as Secretary
of State for America
Washington, June 24. The United
States today notified all foreign gov governments
ernments governments and United States diplo diplomatic
matic diplomatic and consular representatives in
foreign countries of the appointment
of Robert Lansing as secretary of
state. Mr. Lansing took the oath as
Mr. Bryan's successor today.
HARRINGTON HALL WILL
GIVE BOXES OF CIGARS
One Box of Above the Average for the
First Home Run Made in To To-Days
Days To-Days Ball Game
. As an incentive to the national
American pastime, baseball, and espe especially
cially especially to encourage the amateur play players
ers players who are contesting -at Hunter
Park this afternoon for local honors,
the Harrington Hall hotel has offered
the following prizes for the commis commission
sion commission team:
For the first home run made during
the game, one box of Above the Av
For the first three-base Kit, one box
For the first two-base hit, one box
For the most runs "made by any in
dividual player, one box of cigars.
WILL MAKE IT HIS
It is reported that the Haskell place
at South Lake Weir has been pur purchased
chased purchased for a winter home by a gen gentleman
tleman gentleman from Pennsylvania named Wil Wilson.
son. Wilson. The price paid it is said, was
something less than $20,000.
The Haskell place, situated as it
is on a high bluff neath beautiful vir virgin
gin virgin pines, is one of the most attrac attractive
tive attractive spots on Lake Weir.
The lake is gradually coming into
its own and will soon be one of the
most popular winter and summer re resorts
sorts resorts in Florida.
Several notable real estate trans transfers
fers transfers have taken place on the lake.
SHERIFF WANTS HIS SHEKELS
The board of county commissioners
at its recent meeting ordered the
sheriff's costs paid in the Purvis case
which came before the last term of
the circuit court. Clerk P. II. Nugent
claiming that the order was without
proper authority has refused to issue
a warrant for the amount of said
Mandamus papers were taken out
today against Mr. Nugent to compel
payment of the bill.
The case will be heard by Judge W.
S. Bullock in chambers tomorrow fore forenoon.
noon. forenoon. Messrs. II. M. Hampton and
W. M. Gober will present the claims
of the sheriff in the matter.
FOR FRANK'S PROTECTION
Milledgeville, Ga., June 24. Extra
precautions to protect Leo. M. Frank
have been taken at the prison. The
guard has been increased and more
ammunition received. This was the
result of rumors of a possible attack
on the prison.
June 24. Details have
l : i i r i i.
markable engagement between
Italian and Austrian submarine,
which the Italian boat was vanquish-
ed. This is the first time in the his-!
tory of naval engagements that an
encounter between undersea boats has
been recorded. The Italian boat was
the Medusa, with a displacement of
300 tons, a speed of 14 knots an hour
submerged and a crew of 14 men. She
was lying submerged, and the Aus Austrian
trian Austrian boat was not far away, also
submerged. Neither one had any in intimation
timation intimation of the presence of the other.
The Medusa came to the surface
first, swept the horizon with her peri periscope,
scope, periscope, and, finding the way clear, she
emerged. Shortly after the Austrian
boat decided to come up.. She sent up
her periscope and saw the Italian not
far away. Recognizing an enemy, she
immediately attacked, and one shot
from her torpedo was sufficient to
send the Medusa to the bottom.
One report has it that an officer and
four members of the crew of the Me Medusa
dusa Medusa escaped and were made prison
ers by the Austrians.
ITALY HAS ONLY
LATELY GONE IN
But is Ready to Come Out, According
to a Story from Berlin
Berlin. June 24. The Overseas
agency gives out the following:
"The Vienna correspondent of the
Taeglieche Rundschau says he has
learned on excellent authority that
Italy, realizing, already the impossi
bility of making headway against
Austria, has proposed to Austria that
she withdraw slowly from the region
formerly offered to Italy as compensa
tion, in return for which Italy pledges
herself to cease all military activity
except for occupation of that terri
tory This proposal was made to Aus
tria through neutral persons.
ues, "is ready to make a new alliance
ues, "it ready to make a new alliance
after the war. The Italian government
is fearful of a revolution."
Cotton Plant, June 22. A rain
would be very acceptable at present
as it is so very warm and sultry.
Rev. J. D. Major filled his regular
appointment at St. Johns church Surf Surf-day,
day, Surf-day, preaching an excellent sermon
on "Christian Education."
'Mr. D. M. Barco accompanied his
grandson Lloyd C. Bcjl, Jr. to his
horne at Croom Tuesday. Mr. B. will
spend several days as the guest of his
Mrs. W. M. Barco and two little
girls left last Thursday for Ocala.
From there she visited a friend at
Weirsdale, later going to Croom,
where she will spend a week with her
sister-in-law, Mrs. L. C. Bell, before
returning to her home at Fort Green.
Quite a crowd from here attended
the W. O. W. excursion to Homosassa
last Thursday and reported an enjoy enjoyable
able enjoyable day.
Mr. Proctor of Ocala accompanied
by Miss Fay Beck and Mr. Beecher
Beck were callers in Cotton Plant
Sunday afternoon. Misses Margaret
Bell and Helen Veal accompanied Miss
Beck home for a week's visit.
Mr. D. M. Barco was a business vis visitor
itor visitor to Ocala last Friday.
Mr. Frank Morris of Sunny Slope
farm was a visitor last Saturday.
Mr. Jack McCulIy passed through
Cotton Plant Tuesday.
Miss Katie Mae Eagleton returned
to her home in Ocala last Thursday,
after a week's visit with Miss Helen
Veal. Miss Eagleton made many
friends here who will always welcome
her return visits.
Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Barco went to
Williston last Friday to meet the for former's
mer's former's nieces, Misses Ethel and Helen
Jackson. These young ladies were on
their way home from school in In Indiana
diana Indiana and came to Williston for a
short visit. Mr. and Mrs.. Barco re-!
turned the same day. The Misses
Jackson continued their trip on to
Mrs. C. R. Veal is in Ocala, mak making
ing making the acquaintance of her little
nephew, Master Reynolds.
Mrs. D. N. Barco and children and
Miss Rachel Veal were guests of Mrs.
W. R. O. Veal Tuesday afternoon and
night. Messrs. D. N. Barco and C. R.
Veal went down especially to attend
W. O. W. meeting. i
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GOING TO BE
If the Weather Clerk Doesn't Break in
With an Unwarrantable
All signs for a good ball game are
in evidence this afternoon, except the
weather signs; the weather clerk
showing his usual disposition to weep
just as the playbegins.
Manager Hunter will hac""r:UJest
men on the line, but he has a ruper ruper-stition
stition ruper-stition fcgainst giving out his line-Up
in advance, and when a baseball man
is superstitious, there is no doing any anything
thing anything with him.
The line-up of the team composed
of commission men i3 as follows:
Shannan, first base; Bowden, sec second
ond second base; Hall, third base; Willis Cal Callaway,
laway, Callaway, left field; Oglesby, center field;
Big Mike, pitch; Wilson, catch; Nancy
Harrison, shortstop; Coble, right field.
The Coca-Cola Company will donate
for the benefit of the grand stand all
the proceeds from the rale of Coca Coca-Cola
Cola Coca-Cola on the grounds today. This is
quite generous of this company, and
everybody should be as thirsty as
If, after seeing the new grand
stand, you think it worthy of a con contribution,
tribution, contribution, Mr. Hunter, Mr. G. K. Rob Robinson
inson Robinson or the man at the box office will
receive your money.
Don't Forget Tomorrow
The game tomorrow will be be between
tween between Ocala and Micanopy.
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Marshville, June 2.--We'' we're
visited by a very nice shower today,
which wa3 indeed needed and enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed by all. Crops are looking fine and
we have the promise of a good har harvest.
Brother Boatright of thi3 place
preached to a large congregation at
the Eureka Baptist church last Sun Sunday
day Sunday and the sermon was enjoyed by
Last Saturday a crowd of young
folks left here with well filled baskets
for Mud lake on the east side of the
river for a picnic and berry picking,
and succeeded in having a grand
time. After dinner which was pre prepared
pared prepared with great care by our good
mothers, we went berry picking and
succeeded in getting about 75 quarts
of berries. The party consisted of
Mr. and Mrs. J. N.'Brinson, Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Hcgan, Mrs. F. M. Harp,
Misses OJdia H in son, Hazel Lanair,
Al ma Marsh, Annis Erin.on and
Messrs. Marion Erinson and James
Marsh. The party returned home
saying that they had never spend a
day's outing that was enjoyed by all
as thi3 day was, and would long-be
hallowed and remembered.
Mr. J. W. Brinson made a business
trip to Ocala one day last week.
Mrs. J. R. Hagan spent yesterday
at Fort McCoy, visiting friends and
Mr. L. B. Marsh and son Jim, were
business visitors in Ocala yesterday.
Messrs. E. F. Teuton and Jim' Wal-
dron attended church at Eureka last
Let everybody remember the biz
picnic and fish fry at Eureka July 3rd.
Everyone invited to come and brin"
their baskets. Refreshments served
for the benefit of the church. Let ev
eryone come and meet old friend3 and
relatives. We are contemplating on a
big time and plenty of good fish.
Mrs. C. A. Martin and, Mrs. Oscar
Hall spent yesterday as the guests cf
Mrs. L. B. Marsh of this place.
TO HAVE OWNED UP
Arcadia, June 24. Morgan Albrit-
von, cnargea with attempting-to mur murder
der murder his father1, Wr. J. Albritton, at
Lily, had a preliminary hearing yes yesterday
terday yesterday and was pu under a $3,000
bond. Will Hayes, his- brother-in-law,
arrested on the same clarg-e,
will be tried next Monday. Young
Albritton is alleged to hsve confes.
For plumbing and electricr.1
see H. W. Tucker. Phone C10
OCA LA EVENING STAR THURSDAY, JUNE 24. 1915.
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITT1NGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
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3, 1L Renj iniin. Editor
Entered at Ocr'a. Fla., psto'tice
One ear, in advance. ..... 55-00
lx months, in advance 2.50
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On4 month, in advance 50
Such men as Charlie Murphy, Roger i
Sullivan and Torn Tapcgart makes the
democratic party almost as bad as
It is reported, that Emperor Will William
iam William has said he could have peace when
he wanted it. Very likely, but not the
kind of peace that he wants.
The Star is glad to see that its edi editorial
torial editorial page is read with such. close at at-Miami
Miami at-Miami Herald office.
We can assure the Herald that the
interest is reciprocated. j
The Star congratulates Fresiden;
Wilson in appointing a trained dip-.
lomat like Lansing to be secretary of j
state instead of giving the position to j
some politician. . j
The antics -of a few hundred hood-the
i : ai T.r,i-,,r nirhh fcjivG I
gone a long way toward confirming
the erroneous belief of the outside
world that Frank's trial was a legal
Vnn Hood's office stands
hat rusty but perfectly good ;
fl TVi a Vloetor brought it
Mauser rifle. The doctor brought it
back as a souvenir from Cuba, where
it was used against the American
army that set the island free. It was
made in Germany.
TTV, Tnrv,r,., Times nmnP5 that'
the Florida newspapers support for j
the legislature next year only such
men as will promise to put a
liberal law on- the statute books.
A good motion. The Star seconds lt.:"1 nLJ11 wik "1C
We have noticed that men who are
fair to newspapers are generally fair
Germany, it is true, has fought
magnificently, but she was admittedly
prepared and trained for the war for
mnnv vpnrs. n our mina tne irreen
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Again the State and the Star agree.
Tampa motion picture operator wasiin submarines would make our coasts
electrocuted yesterday. He was eating a1lROst safe from the approach of any
a pie and a currant Went through him.!hostlle fleet"
T.nmna Tribune. i
TTn wav t virtimwn ladv.!
Hp had Wn -Piitinff frnitrake.
The gag originated in 1883, before
motion pictures were dreamed of.
The Star understands that quite aitlcle boosting the new county. The
Bunch of Florida saloons intend to!articIe is Probably an advertisement,
test the constitutionality of the Davis as we have seen nearly a11 of in a
law. They.had better confine the test ;circular- If it is Paid matter, its
to one. There were some good lawyers
among the men who drew up
measure, and if the courts uphold it, i
the saloon men will have a big bill to
British soldiers at the Dardanelles
send home stories test.ifvinn- to the i
chivalry and humanity of their Turk- lancing the killing of a negro in Ma Ma-ish
ish Ma-ish opponents. It is certain that the i"on couny J0 had apparently been
Turks are brave, else they could not shot to death by a deputy sheriff
have held so large a place in the his! merely because he was trying to get
tory of the world. As for the awful j? fvom a crap game in a shanty
stories told about them, Christians I fr hichu he was ened with a
are so proficient in lying about each bund of her negro rairad lab lab-other
other lab-other that it is a safe bet they have f S when car. was raided by three
not been scrupulously truthful about depuVes" Shootln under such Clr"
the Turks cumstances was an immeasurably
-' jgreater crime than the harmless crap
David Lloyd George, British min-1 shootine which ll?e negro
?cton nf n,n;nno ;4t'aged, and it is such "administration
: parjiament a measure which if it be
comes a law will enable him to con
script workmen and command them
with- military discipline. It doesn't
speak well for the British that such a
law is necessary. German workmen
are serving their country voluntarilv
nrui rhr-fUr r
cheerfully. Germans may be j
mistaken, but the way they are rally
ing to the support of their country is
the most magnificent thing of the j
sort ever seen. 1
H. G. Wells, the noted English au-i
thor, argues that a method for end-1 This mce is installing a new press
ing the war would be for' the allies toland will-dispose of its Potter cylinder
build and send a tremendous fleet ofPress at a barain- The Press is n
aeroplanes to the rear of the German excellent working order and it is the
lines and destroy all the German am-jPre5 on which a11 of our book cir"
munition factories. He contends thatjcuiar ard pamphlet work is being
it would be cheaper to launch 2.000 !done- Price, $250, loaded on car at
aeroplanes against Germany than toicala DeliveiT must be made when
risk one battleship. This is such aNnew Press is installed, sometime be be-simple
simple be-simple and easy little plan that it is itWecn Jul' 1?t and 10th- If interest interest-a
a interest-a wonder nobody thought of it before! ed nimunicate with us at once. You
: 1 will not again have such a bargain of-
The Star stands on the oresent sen- 1 fered. d&w The Star, Ocala.
atorial question right where it stood
on the last one. All the candidates j
are good men, but all other things i
being equal it is best to follow dem-; 5-room cottage, corner of Watula
ocratic usage and give he present! and South Second St. Screened and
incumbent another term. He is in fitted with all modern conveniences,
ability and character at least the j Garage on premises. Phone 278, or
equal of any of the others, and he has!aPPly to Mrs. George J. Blitch.l8-6t.
the experience all the others lack. It j
is to the advantage of the voters to!
keep him m his place.
. A dispatch from Tallahassee to the
Jacksonville Metropolis says: "The
a3 secona clas3 matter.
One year- in advance S.OO
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance.. 2.25
One month, in advance..... .80
allegation that the Davis package law
passed by the recent legislature to
curb the saloon business was uncon unconstitutional
stitutional unconstitutional because it was improperly
passed by the Senate, Governor Tram Tram-mell
mell Tram-mell declares is an error. The Sen Senate
ate Senate journal f the day on which the
bill passed the Senate failed, to show
that the necessary waiving of the
rules had been made on" third reading.
Governor Trarnrnell says the journal
was corrected later on and that the
ri'lf-s were waived as is made manda
tory by the constitution."
ARTHUR C. COBB, SECRETARY
MARION FAIR ASSOCIATION
The time is' rapidly approaching
for our county to begin preparations
im .cigmn -annual, xa.r, uu
- 1 X Innl rl AO Oil MOT1
Star calls special attention to
every citizen of Marion county that
the fair association has in the selec selection
tion selection of Mr. A. C. Cobb as secretary,
settled a very perplexing question.
Everybody knows Cobb; a more gen genial,
ial, genial, big-hearted man doe,s not live.
The Star joins 'hands with every
loyal Marion county citizen to boost,
yes "BOOST" from this minutes until
the fair is over. Let us forget the
war, and think of the many good
things that can be shown in friendly
competition among our good people at
our next fair. Let us get right be-
iimu v.uui anu -lii, hu
break all records." We can do it if we
We are about to build three battle-
li is evident mai, in cuse oi a war,
the United States will be well provid
ed with victims for submarines. A lit little
tle little thing about the size of a tug boat
and costing about one-tenth as much
as a battleship will be able to feed the
fish with the men on the Arizona. But
the vessel looks fine and the captain
who be selected to command her
wil1 be very Proud of her. Times-
The same amount of money invested
is not able to
support a paper-
at least, it never
has but "Dixie" seems to havebe havebe-j
j havebe-j come its organ. The last issue of
t "Dixie" contains a third of a page ar-
publication is contrary to law, as it
as no a(lvertising marks. Whether
it is an advertisement or not, the man
who wrote it should be ashamed of
j himself as a large proportion of it is
The Ocala Star is vigorously de-
j of the law" as that that puts murder murder-j
j murder-j ous resentment against the injustice
i into the hearts of negroes, and so far
it1"1" ?w"e "ne, uniy
j increases it yherever such practice is
I emPlo'ef "e Iaw the white
! n and a"other for the nigger" as
the sainS goes, is the responsible
cause for a prodigious mass of negro
criminality in the South. Lakeland
POTTER PRESS AT A BARGAIN
NEW AUTOMOBILE ON CREDIT
j If you want to purchase a new au-
jtomobile on easy payments, get the
information by addressing Box 164,
-Ocala, Fia. 6-19-12t'
NEBUCHADNEZZAR AND THE 5 ft
GREAT WHITE BEAR j
Or What Will Come to Pass in the
In the previous writing in regard to j
what shall come to pass in the latter;
days it was shown that at some fu-j
ture time there will be a kingdom of j
rule that will be a blessincr to
the nations, who remain after all wars J
Then there will be a peaceful reign
and all nations blessed in Abraham's
seed who is none other than the Lord
Jesus and those who are rulers with
him over the nations, with the twelve
apostles judging the twelve tribes of
Israel in Jerusalem, the city of the
great king. The Lord after he as ascended
cended ascended to the Heavenly Father, ap appeared
peared appeared to Paul while on his way to Da Damascus
mascus Damascus to prosecute the followers of
Christ, and caused him to embrace
the truth and go preach the Gospel
of Christ to the Gentiles.
The incident is recorded in Acts 9th
chapter and is very interesting to
Paul preached the same gospel that
the Lord proclaimed, and in writing
to the Romans he said, "For I am not
ashamed of the Gospel of Christ; for
it is the power of God unto salvation,
to every one that believeth; to the
Jew first, and also to the Gentile."
And all thru Paul's ministry we find
him teaching the people to live a good
life, believe the gospel and be baptized
into the faith that will constitute
them heirs of the kingdom and the
seed of Abraham as we find written
in Gal. 3:8. Paul declares the gos gospel
pel gospel was preached to Abraham, and
in verse 16, he told them the promise
was not to all of Abraham's seed but
to one that was Christ.
So by this promise Paul said they
were constituted heirs of the world as
it is written in Rom. 4:13.
And in the days of Christ's ministry
on earth, in his sermon on the Mount
he said, "Blessed are the meek for
they shall inherit the earth." Mat.
And Paul in writing to the Coloss
ians, as we find in 3:4 saying:
"When Christ, who is our life shall
appear, then shall ye also appear with
him in glory."
Jesus taught the same gospel as
found written in John 5:25: "Verily,
verily, I say unto you,' the hour is
coming and now is, when the dead
shall hear the voice of the Son of
God; and they that hear shall live.'
reading from verse 25
Also in the 11th chapter of John,
reading from the 25th verse: "Jesus
said unto Martha, I am the resurrec
lion and the life: he that believeth in
me, though he were dead, yet shall
This gospel was also believed in the
days of Job as we find him asking a
question in the 14th chapter, in verse
14:15, and it concerns every man
who has a desire for eternal life.
"If man die, shall he live again?
All the days of my appointment time
will I wait, till my charge come.
"Thou shalt call, and I will answer
thee: thou wilt have a desire to the
work of thy hands."
And Job tells us in chapter 19,
reading from verse 25, when he look looked
ed looked for that change from the death
state to be resurrected to die no
more, wnen nis redeemer snail re receiver
ceiver receiver him in his glory, and these
are Job's words:
"For I know that my redeemer
liveth, and that he shall stand at the
latter day upon the earth.
"And though after my skin worms
destroy this body, yet in my flesh
shall I see God.
"Whom I shall see for myself, and
mine eyes shall behold, and not an
other; though my veins be consumed
So we find the gospel of Christ, the
same that Paul taught, and the testi
mony of Job agrees with them, also
it was God's promise to the Fathers,
which Paul said was his hope as we
find written in Acts 26:6, 7, 8: "And
now l stand and am judged for tlu
hope of the promise made of God un
to our lathers: unto which promise
our twelve tribes instantly serving
God day and night, hope to come. For
which hope sake, King Agrippa, I am
accused of the Jews.
"Why should it be thought a thing
incredible with you, that God should
raise the dead?"
We can plainly, see by these pass
ages that in the days of Abraham
Isaac and Jacob that God made cer
tain promises which was Paul's hope
In looking at Gen. 12 we find the
Lord called Abraham from the land of
his fathers, into a land that was
shown him, and he was given this
promise in verse 2:
And 1 will make of thee a great
nation, and I will bless thee, and make
thy name great; and thou shalt be a
"And I will bless them that bless
(Continued on Last Page)
Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EUBALMERS
Fine CasEels and Burial Robes
D. E. McIYER and C. V. ROBERTS
All Work Done by Licensed Embal
iters and Tally Guaranteed
D. E. McIVER 10
C. V. ROBERTS 303
UNDERTAKING OFFICE 43
(Continued from Yesterday)
"lou win get in trouDie once in
flirli I If wnn't von Ttatt-T" lanctuwl th
She looked at him reproachfully.
iou know why."
"Yes." He nodded sympathetically
and, patting the hand which lay on the
eteof the desk, picked up the j.boto-
wonder. What man's business could
stand such Interruptions?
She smiled fondly at the photograph
and then at him. then from her desk
drew a small blank book. She turned
to a page headed BUls Payable."
There were only two entries, and now
she made a third. The dates of all
three were about two years apart.
"That setback In my business was
Ilarry." And with the tip of her pen pencil
cil pencil she touched the oldest child In the
photograph. "And this one was Retsy.
Today's note Is the baby. It has taken
me a year to catch up every time."
"No business can do without the
boss. agreed the man. That applies
to everything. Betty. You look busy
Oh, I forgot to tell you!" she laughed-
She picked up the two documents
which Edward Jones had Insisted on
leaving for her consideration. Her
husband read them gravely and passeu
"Flattering," be smiled.
"Isn't itr Her eyes brightened. They
had seemed rather tired. "Of course
the consolidation's absurd, but Joues
would pay me a good price for. an out outright
right outright sale." And she pointed to the
line left blank.
"I'll pay you a better, Betty."
"The reason I wouldn't sell to either
of you is that I want to keep the busi business.
ness. business. I'm proud of Itl"
I 4 ft t VT- 1 t- 1 .1 5.
aii nguu lie uook uauus wiin
her. "A bargain's a bargain."
A boy came In. She had rung, for
him as soon as she had the check. She
indorsed it now and put It in her bank
book and gave It to the boy.
"The nurse Is outside with the chil
dren." the boy reported us he turned
"That's so." Her brow contracted as
6he looked at her memorandum pad. "I
gave Mary nn apjwlntment. Harry
was to go to the doctor."
"Ilarryr The man was Instantly
concerned. "Is there anything the mat
ter with Tlarry?"
"lie's so nervous."
The nurse came in, carrying the baby
and leading a beautiful curly haired lit
tle girl, whose face was smeared with
chocolate candy. The boy. a fine, hearty
little fellow, came stomping In. and
grinned pleasantly at his father and
mother, standing with his sturdy legs
outstretched and his fists jammed In
"What did the doctor say T asked
Mrs. Sawyer anxiously, nnd the father
leaned forward to listen.
"There's nothing the matter with
him," reported the nurse, with a toss
of her head and she glared vindictively
at the boy. She was a person with
wispy hair, an upturned nose and small
gray eyes and thin lips, and the lips
had a sharp downward droop at the
corners. "The doctor says It a temper.
"Temper!" Mrs. Sawyer half raised
In her seat, and her eyes flashed with
Indignation, but the father laughed.
That's a matter of training." he ob
"Harry, come away from there,
dear!" called the mother.
"Aw, go on!" grinned the boy",
The boy grinned engagingly.
"Harry!" The nurse's voice. It
rasped like a saw file, and every one,
even. the quiet little figure over near
the window,- winced. "Didn't you hear
your father and mother tell you to
come away from there?" she scream screamed,
ed, screamed, and the bov kicked at her, bid face
turning scarlet, his lips pouting In an
ugly square, his brows lowering vi viciously.
ciously. viciously. The curly haired little girl rose
out of the corner, where she had been
contentedly playing with a discarded
typewriter ribbon, and, toddling over
to the nurse, kicked at her with all
her small might: then, her duty per performed,
formed, performed, sjie toddled back to her cor corner.
"Mary," expostulated 31rs. Sawyer In
distress, "you should not Jerk the child
that way. It only enrages him."
"lie won't mind any other way, Mrs
Sawyer," retorted the nurse, her eyes
flashing angrily. "You ne-er see thet
children or you'd know how bad they
"Great Scott r
The little girl looked tip at her fa father
ther father with a radiant smile, but as he
rushed toward her she scrambled to
her feet and ran. holding something be behind
hind behind her hack. It was an ink bottle.
He took It from her. and she scream screamed
ed screamed with all the strength of her lungs
The angelic looking mite was a 6ight to
behold. Her face was sticky with
brown chocolate candy, the purple
stains from the typewriter ribbon
were all over her white dress, and the
blue Ink was on her hands. She smear smeared
ed smeared some of it on her face and In her
curly hair as she cried.
"My. oh. my!" half moaned Mrs.
Sawyer. "Why is it that child Is al always
ways always so mussy?"
"Dirt Just comes natural to her, Mrs.
Sawyer," confidently explained the
nurse. Harree!" Her teeth gleamed,
and she made a dash for the boy.
He was swinging on the letterpresa
axraln. and th water Dan was tilting.
He Jumped to elude her, and the water
spilled over a file of mortgage blanks.
"You little demon!" screamed the
nurse and made a clutch &r him. Al Almost
most Almost he escaped, but she caught him
by the collar and shook him.
"D n It, go to blazes!" yelled the
boy In a perfect fury of temper.
There was a dead silence, in which
Mrs. Sawyer felt the blood slowly leav leaving
ing leaving her face. Her husband was shock shocked
ed shocked into numbness. The quiet little
figure in the corner near the window
Elizabeth Sawyer suddenly buried
her face ujon her arms and sobbed,
but she raised her head in an instant
With a pale.-set face she walked over
and took the baby in her arms.
"Mary, you're discharged." she said.
Sawyer had drawn the boy to him
very thoughtfully, but now be thrust
his hand la his pocket and produced
mituic money, n e iwuttu uui nuiue ui
it and gave it to the nurse.
"You needn't blame me! flared the
nurse. "I didn't teach him to say those
things. The boy has a nasty temper.
The doctor said so."
"That will do, Mary." said Mrs. Saw Sawyer
yer Sawyer quietly. "You may go." She stood
motionless until the nurse walked out.
"Will you hold the baby. Harry T
"I'll bet you. Come here. Buster."
And he gazed down fondly not ut the
baby, but Into the eyes of his wife, as
be took the tiny burden.
She smiled up at him. There were
tears trembling on her lashes. She
caught up the curly headed little girl,
took her over to the washbasin In the
corner and vigorously scrubbed that
chocolate begrimed countenance and
kissed it: then she stooped down by
the boy and put her arms around him.
"Mother doesn't wanU you to say
naughty words like that." And there
was heartbreak In her tones. A tear
dropped on the boy's upturned face.
He snuggled his bead on her shoulder,
and a chubby arm stole about her neck.
Elizabeth Sawyer was half laughing
and half crying as she sat at the desk
with the curly haired little girl on her
lap and the boy leaning against her.
She took up the telephone.
"Edward Joues. please."
"Betty r There was such a ring in
the- voice as neither the man nor the
woman had heard for years.
She held up her hand to him. Her
Hps were twitching, and her eyes were
swimming, but she could not speak.
She spoke clearly, however, when a tap
of the telephone bell announced her
This is Elizabeth Sawyer. Mr.
Jones. I've been looking over your
proposition of purchase." A moment of
silence. She turned her eyes upon her
husband. There was a new softness in
them. "I might be tempted If you made
the price high enough." Another si silence.
lence. silence. "Now. Mr. Jones, you'll have to
come higher than that. Make me your
erj lktmi oixer.- ner race suuuemy
glowed. "Ill take it. I'll fill In the con contract,
tract, contract, sign It. and you may give the
check to my secretary. I'll send It over
Her husband's arm was about her a
she filled In the amount which had
been ligreed upon nnd signed It. In
Harry Sawyer's other arm was the
baby. The four members of the Saw Sawyer
yer Sawyer family were "clustered in an un
usually small space for them. The bus
band witnessed the agreement with
great Joy. Mrs. Sawyer's secretary
signed it with her notarial seal and
"Betty!" The man's face was against;
her cheek. "Sweet heart!"
She kissed him nnd rose briskly. She
took the toddlers each by a band.
"Harry, dear, let's go to the house
nnd start ry home!'
(Continued on Third Page)
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Your Order will have
m mediate Attention.
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At Bmoak'f WiCoi? Shop.
has no terrors for the
housekeeper who has her
kitchen equipped with a
GAS RANGE and a
WATER HEATER. The
cooking and cleaning on
Long Hot Days
are made easy with the
help of these ideal ser servants.
vants. servants. LET TIIEM HELP YOU
Keep your range clean.
A dirty gas range will
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For reservations, tickets, etc.
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Careful Estimates made on all Con
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a new line in
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, in Hemps and Panamas
at Surprisingly low prices. Come -while they last.
Affleck Millinery Parlor
Commission IUcn vs Ocala
We need you so go and Drink
The proceeds from the sale of Coca Coca-Cola
Cola Coca-Cola will le given for the grand stand
.Ocala Coco-Cola Bottling Works
GIVE THEM THE PRESENT THEY LIKE? DON'T LET THEIR HON HONEYMOON
EYMOON HONEYMOON BECLOUDED BY THOUGHTS OF UNSUITABLE GIFTS.
JEWELRY IS ALWAYS LIKED AND ALWYS SUITABLE.
WHEN YOU BUY OUR SUPERB JEWELRY. YOU ARE CERTAIN TO
HAVE THE RIGHT QUALITY AND STYLE. AS.WELL AS PRESENT.
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TICKETS NOW ON SALE GOOD ON ANY SHIP
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Running Water in Every Room in the House
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ROOM AND RATH
Nature and science combine tomake it po. Every precaution is aken to
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OCALA EVENING STAB, THURSDAY. JUNE 21. 1915.
PROGRAM CHANGES DAILY
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
CHAS. (DOPY) CHAPIN
ADMISSION From 3:10 to 10:30, 5 and 10 cents
Is a Regular "Bonanza" for Insects.
They thrive and breed like "wildfire.' No mat matter
ter matter if your house is screened, Roaches, Moths, Flies
and Mosquitoes will get in. These filthy carriers of
discomfort and disease will give you trouble unless
you combat them. Don't give 'em a chance USE
FEN OLE, that cleanly spray, that peerless house household
hold household disinfectant and insect destroyer.
Is sold in Ocala by
Mclver & Mackay, O K. Tea Pot Grocery,
Tydings Drug Co., The Court Phaimacy,
Smith Grocery Co., OUie Mordis
lilfUOTJ HARDWARE SO.
WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS OF FEIVOLE PRODUCTS
STANDARD RATLROAD OF THE SOUTH
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.
SAVANNAH $6.50 ) poilND T RIP
COLUMBIA $8.5Qi "OUWU I Kir
SEABOARD ASK LINE R'Y,
No. 2 No. 4
LV. OCALA 2:35 AM. 1:20 PM.
AR. Savannah 12:25 PM. 12:30 AM.
AR. Columbia 4 :30 PM. 4 :30 AM.
Tickets on sale July 2nd and trains arriving in Jacksonville before
noon July 3rd. Limited July 14, 1915.
TICKETS GOOD ON ALL REGULAR TRAINS GOING OR RETURNING
Local Sleeper to Columbia on Train No. 4, July 3rd
JOHN BOISSEAU, C. T. A., G. Z. PHILLIPS, A. G. P. A.
Ocala, Fla. Jacksonville, Fla.
ii .Myi pnm
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You Need a Tonic
There are times in every woman's life when she
needs a. tonic to help her over the hard places.
When that time comes to you, you know what tonic
to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is com composed
posed composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act
gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs,
and helps build them back to strength and health.
It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak,
ailing women in its past half century of wonderful
success, and it Tvill do the same for you.
Yru can't make a mistake in taking
The Woman's Tonic
Miss Amelia Wilson, R..F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark.,
says: "I think Cardui is the greatestmedicine on earth,
for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was
so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy
spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and
as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything."
Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers.
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Put your AD.
) (if i) c4 b 0.0 m
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(If you have any items for this
Thought for the Day
j Go not eo far out of your path for
an easier life; keep strictly onward in
, that path along which your genius
; points oat; do the things which lie
nearest to you, but which are difficult
to do; live a purer, a more thoughtful
.and laborious life, more true to your
j friends and neighbors, more thought thought-I
I thought-I f ul and magnanimous. Thoreau.
Called Meeting of Dickison Chapter
At the home of the first vice presi-
dent, Mrs. E. L. Carney, Dickison
I chapter, U. D. C, held a called meet-
ing yesterday afternoon at 4:30 to
(-formulate plans for the dinner which
it is to give in honor of the members
of Marion camp, U. C. July 6.
In the absence of the president,
1 Mrs. D. E. Mclver, the arrangements
for the dinner will be under the super super-j
j super-j vision of Mrs. Carney. An informal
discussion was held after which the
following committees were appointed:
To get armory, chairs and table, Mrs.
C. Carmichael and Mrs. II. II. Kemp;
dishes, Mrs. G. S. Scott and Miss
Josie Williams; coffee, Mrs. H. B.
ClarVison and Mrs. N. I. Gottlieb; ice,
Mrs. Joe T. Lancaster; soliciting, Mrs.
C. Carmichael, chairman.
Invitations to 85 veterans have been
mailed and it was unanimously voted
to extend an invitation to the mem members
bers members of John M. Martin Camp, S. C.
V. and to the ministers of the city to
dine with the honor guests.
As the ladies were gathering Mrs.
Carrey serveNd refreshing punch and
at the conclusion of the meeting punch
with cakes was enjoyed.
m v m
. For Misses Dean
Honoring their attractive cousins,
Misses Helen and Dorothy Dean,
Misses Catharine and Mary Harriet
unriHgsiun a 1 w u uaflV
evening x. me iiuiiic ui mtir i
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Living Livingston
ston Livingston on Wenona street.
Misses Helen and Dorothy Dean ar-
rived today from their home in!
Gainesville, Ga., and are the guests
of their cousins, Misses Catharine and
Mary Harriet Livingston. Their visit
will occasion a round of gaieties for
the young society set.
Mrs. R.. A. Burford and Miss Agnes
Burford left today, for Troy, Ala., to
visit relatives. During their absence
Miss Mary Burford will visit Mrs.
Gay C. Livingston at Kissimmee,
leaving for there this morning.
Mi.s Louise Culpepper of Atlanta
and Profs. L. P. Irvin of Concord, Ga.,
have left for home. They were mem members
bers members of the house party given by Miss
Legie Blitch and Messrs. Landis and
Loonis Blitch. The hospitable home of
Dr. and Mrs. Blitch at Blitchton was
the scene of continuous merriment
during the visit of the young ladies
and young men who were gusts of
Misses Blitch and Messrs. Blitch,-for
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence S. Rose an announce
nounce announce the arrival of a daughter, born
Sunday at their home in Jacksonville.
Mrs. Rose will be remembered by
many in the city as Miss Julia Stew Stewart
art Stewart of Daytona, who was a frequent
guest at Ihe home of. her cousin, Mr.
R. B. Bullock.
Mrs. J. II. Pittman will entertain
at a matinee party Saturday at the
Orpheum theater in honor of her
daughter, little Miss Dorothy Pittman.
After the performance the hostess
and her guests will repair to Nun Nun-nally's,
nally's, Nun-nally's, where refreshments will be
Mrs. John Marshall Martin and
Mrs. John W. Martin leave shortly
for Asheville, N, C, to remain until
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Stiles, Jr. are
movjng today from the Blitch cottage
at the corner of South Second and
Watula streets, to the Sage cottage
on Second street.
Little Miss Adeline Malever is visit visiting
ing visiting her aunt, Mrs. A. J. Wiggins, at
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Taylor and two
children, of Milledgeville, Ga., who
have been visiting their cousins, Mr.
and Mrs. John T. Moore, for a few
days, have returned home. They
were accompanied by Mrs. Moore and
daughter, Miss Margaret, who will
visit them for a month.
Mrs. Armour and little son of Pana Pana-soffkee,
soffkee, Pana-soffkee, are visiting Mrs. Armour's pa parents,
rents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A .Walters.
Mrs. Mae Cork, of Waco, Texas, is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.
M. Perry, in North Ocala.
A wedding of special interest in
Gainesville took place yesterday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
E. J. Baird, when their daughter,
Mary, became the bride of Mr. Thos.
M. Shackleford Jr., of Tampa. The
ceremony, which was witnessed by a
large number of relatives and friends
of the contracting parties, was per performed
formed performed by Rev. S. A. Mundy, of
Brunswick, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Shack Shackleford
leford Shackleford left in an automobile for Waldo,
where they caught the northbound
department, call 'phone 106)
train, and after a wedding trip of a
month's duration they will be at home
to their friends in Tampa. Gaines
Mr. Casper Young, of Ocala, and
Miss Florence Cork, of Orange Lake,
were married Wednesday forenoon at
the home of the bride, at the latter
Immediately after the wedding the
young couple returned to Ocala and
are now at home to their friends
at the new bungalow recently erect erected
ed erected for their occupancy on the Silver
Springs road near the Fort King
Mr. Young is well and favorably
known as an industrious young man
for whom all his acquaintances have
the highest regard. Miss Cork has
for several years been one of the
county's most successful teachers in
the public schools, and has just clos closed
ed closed an exceptional successful term at
The Star joins their host of friends
in wishing them a happy future.
Miss Georgia MulhalL who has been
spending several months with her
sister, Mrs. Weller Carmichael, "has
left for Mulhall, Okla to join her
father and sisters.
Misses Bettie and Frances Mclver
motored up from the lake this morn morning
ing morning and were guests for the day of
Miss Marie von Engelken will leave
a week from next Monday for Chi-
cago to resume her work with the As
sociated Charities of that city.
Miss Louise Rentz left today for
Jacksonville tn visif hfr cietor.in.lanr
TLfa Japlf T?onf
Dr. N. Hunter, who has been a
guest at the home of Mrs. J. B. Bor Borland
land Borland at Citra for a fortnight, has re-
turned to Fort Myers. He made the
trip in his Hudson roadster.
Miss Mary Macfarlane entertained
several charming friends with a
pleasant party over the week-end just
passed. Her guest were Miss Helen
Brown of Ocala, Miss Flossie Byrd,
Live Oak; Miss Bernice Lyle of Bar Bartow,
tow, Bartow, and Miss Marjorie Tibbetts of
Tampa. They enjoyed a- delightful
boat trip on the handsome yacht On On-awanda,
awanda, On-awanda, belonging to the hostess'
father, Mr. H. C. Macfarlane. Mrs.
Macfarlane chaperoned the party.
Miss Brown and Miss Byrd returned
to their homes Monday, but Miss Lyle
is still the guest of Miss Macfarlane.
Each year a large number of Ocal Ocal-ans
ans Ocal-ans motor to Daytona Beach to spend
the 4th of July and many are now
consummating plans to return this
year. Daytona Beach and Seabreeze
citizens annually arrange a program
of interesting features to entertain
their guests and among the first an announcements
nouncements announcements for this year's program
are the races, which will be as fol follows:
lows: follows: ten-mile race, free from all,
$100 prize; ten-mile small car race,
$100 prize; 20-mile, free for all, $100
prize, and races for Ford roadsters
and Ford touring cars. Special cups
will be given in the 10 and 20-mile
free for all races.
SOUTH LAKE WEIR
South Lake Weir, June 23. Mrs.
Lytle and daughter, Miss Juanita
were callers here Sunday.
Mrs. Nolds has returned from
Ocala and is occupying her house by
Mrs. Fackender and son Claire, who
have been the guests of Mrs. William
Carey for the past three weeks, left
last Wednesday for their home in
- Miss Irene Gates, who has been the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Brown in
Webster for the past two months, re returned
turned returned home last Saturday, much to
the delight of her friends here.
Miss Juanita Lytle of Stanton is
getting to be quite an expert marks marksman
man marksman with a rifle, &s last Sunday morn morning
ing morning she was disturbed from her slum slumber
ber slumber by her faithful dog's bark and
upon investigating found it had treed
a 'possum and by the first shot from
her rifle it fell to the ground.
Miss Gertrude Bickley of Weirs Weirs-dale
dale Weirs-dale was the guest of Mrs. Perrin
Mr. R. A. Anderson of Ocala came
down last Sunday to visit his friend,
Miss Irene Gates.
Mr. Christian and Mr. Neal of Mc Mcintosh
intosh Mcintosh are daily visitors here during
the shipping season.
For plumbiag and electrical work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300 d
E. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
WILBUR VV. C. SMITH
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
W e are now arranging for the manu manufacture
facture manufacture of a specially fine grade of CAKES,
conveniently put Aip 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
EACH. 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 caHe fresh from the oven
everyday. "CARTER'S DELIflOUS" cake is strictly a
home product, and with the trade-at-home spirit that now
prevails every community jt will be just what the Ocala pub public
lic public has been looking for. Watch for further announcements.
Sold by all the leading grocers.
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mip nnci' v.- i r-!tty rxi-rfit for the
fonrotl-n lirt! f'trsin :ir t?u wIikTow,
arid from tfnt -orniT tinri -:ith n low
monn. Jain U'ltrncr nst n:istp:ul'ly.
SoiuPthfnc !nsilful lml h;ip!Knel. Tbp
rtK-fc to wliif-li yfif Li.nl -h:im Iifid crum crumbled
bled crumbled undrr nr cnivp. Wa Independ Independence,
ence, Independence, too. ji r;i!Ji;rt? Nothlnjr conld
have been more perct than the mu mutual
tual mutual esteem in which the Snw.rers had
held each other, and in their lore had
existed no tnint of ol.Ilsation or of
bounty. Yet throush all these years
.they had missed something which now.
for the first time, they were to find.
June was dazed ns she hurried to the
bare little room. She had left Ned to
achieve her Independence, ns Elizabeth
Sawyer hail done, but .Tune had not
taken motherhood into her calculations
1CATT1 lu the deserted bank
vault stood with his eyes lower lower-vd
vd lower-vd for u moment, while the
1 pursuers of the litUe runaway
bride crowded about him. Presently
he lifted his eyes to the ceiling, but they
did not look lulo Mrs. Moore's ou their
way up. und he be-au to ede slowly
aloug the wall ujjalu. There was a
growl of anger from Ned Warner.
"I'll beat it out of him!" declared Ned
and started for the extremely silent
chauffeur, who juuiicd into tho corner
and lowered hla head and covered his
face with hU arms, lie was afraid
of fists, though not of knives or revolv revolvers.
ers. revolvers. Bobbie Illethering jumiKxl iu front of
Ned.- but was thrust aiide. June's
gentle faced mother could not be dis dis-Ksed
Ksed dis-Ksed of so easily.
"Ned." she said, and her U-'ht to'ich
upon hi arm as she looked pleadingly
up Into his eyes was stronger than any
muscular force could have been.
Shivering with the revulsion of his
passion. Neil put his arm around Mrs.
Moore and walked away with her to
the other end of tie. titry rooai. while
Iris Itletb ring tl rew her arms around
Hobble's neck nr:J ei. joyed a few good
sobs. .Scatti. left alone in the corner,
straightened up nlowly and. raiding nU
shoulders, cocked his head and then
gazed at the -ol.webs. Presently he
puckered one corner of hi- mouth line,
and there stole upon the ientup air.
soft and low and sweet, the melting
strains of "Santa Lucia."
Down a t.s- stret burned the maid.
Slarie. her hlh h-ek Imjucs burning
with excitement and her eyes niL On
her way she h.-?d collected OIIi er Iowd.
and he was a ;rr-:it i-iafort to her. She
was a jhtsoii wliii was particularly
pleasing to ioliccmcn. A large find ex extremely
tremely extremely black colored woman with a
market tasket e:u:g!:t -i;;!it of Marie
from afar JT end came lbMng a
fast as she could waddle.
In a sulft taxi cam m vivacious
All these were centered around the
destinies of the beautiful little run
Tired and still dazed from her disil disillusionment,
lusionment, disillusionment, June Warner turned into
the dim hallway of Mrs. Waters lodg lodging
ing lodging house, and wearily he cluubed the
stairs, nalfway up she stopped to
atlfie a cough which had been growing
upon her since she had entered upon
this struggle for an elusive Independ Independence.
ence. Independence. She turned into her bare little
room and sank lato the chair. With
numbed Indifference s!;e noted that the
washstand had been ruoxed from its
place In front of the dor at the head
of the bed. but she vns too much pre preoccupied
occupied preoccupied to wonder at It. She stopped
to rest for a moment, her hand upon
her chest: then mechanically she pick picked
ed picked up a pair of pants from the table
and started to sew.
Tho light seeinej to grow dim. She
was faint and dizzy. She took her sew sewing
ing sewing to the lcd with her and lay down
'or a moment.
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2 Teams For Rent light and Heavy Hauling
PHONE 29G ?
Packing, Storing, Shipping of
Haggage Service the Best.
We Sell BEAVER BOAIID Superior to Plaster or Ceiling in
Quality and Price INVESTIGATE. 4
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COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.
The liail -'or slowly p-!uv. and
young in. her ryis U'lin:. her
cheeks ri:'ddy with li e ,iU of beilth.
walked In. clad iu gorgeous raiment
It was the vivacious brunette. Tommy
"Vou oor dearf cried Tommy In a
sympathetic voive and s-ut down m '.ho
ede of the narrow I km, "How worry
I am to iee you hercr
"There was no plate cle to go."
"Oh. ye, there was!"
Thomas, laughing gayly.
"There is no
need for you to be lying here in ov ov-erty
erty ov-erty when you could tc living In lui lui-ury."
ury." lui-ury." Stooping down, she whisjered
something in Jane's ear.
Startled, the pale girl half ro.o. but
Tommy Tho ma had Ced from the
room. She returned in a moment, and
with her was the white mustached
June Warner rose to her elbow.
"GoP abe said and pointed to the
"Vou don't mean It." laughed Cuh-
With a supreme effort June Warner
rose to her feet and looked blrn
straight In the eyes.
Mil! Wolf came out of the saloon
across the street wiping his Hps. There
was n placid expression on bis round
face, and he had a short, thick stub of
a cigar la the corner of his mouth.
A hand.-ome collie dashed cp to the
well known and Justly famous private
detective, barked and dashed away,
barked and dashed away again.
-All right, sport." said the comfort comfortable
able comfortable Dili Wolf and followed the dog
across the street street-Leaping
Leaping street-Leaping and jumping and stopping at
every few steps to look back. IJouncer
led the way Into the abandoned bank
and, springing against the heavy iron
door, yelped his loudest at every leap.
"All right, sport, said Kill Wolf Jo Jovially
vially Jovially and lifted from Its place the
Instantly there dashed out Ned War Warner,
ner, Warner, hi Jaws set and his Csts clinched,
and after him came June's father and
mother and IiobMeand file! her ing.
Ned rushed across tho roou and sprang
for the stairs as Hill Wolf grappled
savagely with the Italian chauffeur
Around the corner came the hish cheek
boned maid. Marie, nnd Officer Iowd.
closely jiursued by fat old black Aunt
Debby. while don n the street roiled an
electric coupe, wish the sharp featured
rJonoria Blye at the lever.
In the narrow tedroom upstairs Juno
Witroor stood, nab and erect, looking
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This is our
Manufactured for the pressing cf
Palm Beach and Duck Suits. Being
heated by steam, it can not scorch.
ine pressure tx
it do the woik.
The pressure being direct, not sliding.
cr tear. Call and sea
Ocala S learn Laundry
Phone 101 402-401 South Blain St.
Freight, Furniture, Pianos and Safes.
straight Into the eyes of Orin Cunning Cunningham.
ham. Cunningham. For a moment he resisted her
clear, steady gaze, and then be dropped
his eyes, abashed. Suddenly he laugh laughed,
ed, laughed, and. pullhg from his pocket a dax dax-xllng
xllng dax-xllng string of pearls, be took a step
nearer and'flaunted them before June's
Orin Cunningham! A stern, cold
The door behind JuDe bad clicked.
She turned. Gilbert lilye!
"Go!" he ordered.
Without a .word Orin Cunnin gha ru.
criaginr. left the room with the sneer sneer-lag
lag sneer-lag Tommy Thomas.
GUltert Wye's black eyes softened as
be turned, and they glowed down at
(ConcIuJed Next Week)
Try one of those frosted pints of
Pabst'a Blue Ribln at Johnny s. tf
lii One First
rut-rrojf. leasts as Ions a
bui'.Jin? tantl, made of Ral Ral-vtirAzfd
vtirAzfd Ral-vtirAzfd steel an1 TON'JAJ"
metal. Always sttrsctive la
aptifinr.'-ft and at th same
t!m rrducea c-yrt ef your nr
!n.'jrir.re your boy cin easi
ly liy It. Ak ymr dealer
write tnw rutrue.
Sold by the Ocala Lumber and
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OCALA EVENING TIIWWinY. JL'N'H 21, W'.
Woodmen meet Friday night.
Mr. E. O. Cordery of Lynne was at attending
tending attending to business in the city today.
Prickly heat powder is the caper
for those aching, tired feet. Ask for
it at the Court Pharmacy. It's guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Ct
Dr. Johnson and Mr. A. B. Chitty, of
Gainesville,, were in town yesterday.
SEE 1HK FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh veget jles, milk and eggs, tf
Mr. John Wiley of Yalaha is in the
city buying melons.
W. K. Lane, 31. !., Ynysiclan and
Surgeon, spwiUist Eye, Ear, X(o
and Throat. Lw library Building,
Messrs. Roy Galloway, George
Chambers and Rollie Keating are hav having
ing having an outing at Salt Springs.
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open nignt
and day. Merchant's Cafe. tf
Mr. George Mershon left this morn morning
ing morning on a business trip to Lakeland.
"Carter's Delicious" slice cake is
sold by all the leading grocers. Ask
for it. Eight ounces for 10c. tf
Ex-Senator Baker, of Sumter coun county
ty county was in town yesterday.
On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol-
ar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
News comes from Miami today, that
Mr. J. M. Barco is very" sick and his
chances for recovery are doubtful.
If he says anything about "sweet
- things" just answer "Norris." He'll
know what you mean and he also
knows that the Court Pharmacy is
the only place in Ocala that sells it. 6t
Mr. M.' E. Robinson, one of Red Red-dick's
dick's Red-dick's successful business men, is
among the business visitors in the
Houses for rent on Daugherty
street, all modern conveniences. Ap Apply
ply Apply to' A. G. Gates at Gates' Gar Garage.
age. Garage. 15-tf
The A. C. L. R'y. operated a negro
excursion to Orange Lake today tak taking
ing taking half dozen coaches filled with pas passengers.
sengers. passengers. Call and see the weekly war pic pictures
tures pictures from the London Graphic on
view at Williams' Candy and Cigar
Store, hole in the wall, on Magnolia
street. Home made cream candies,
20c and 3.K. boxes. Pure and de
Mr. A. A. Olin of Kendrick is in the
city to see the ball game between the
locals and the commission men at
On Saturday and JVIonday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol
lar's worth of other .groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
Mr. J. B. Lewis, of the O. B. Lewis
Co., of Jacksonville, which firm Jim
Johnson actively represents in this
territory has been in town the last
Use Nyal's family remedies. All
good good for all. Sold by Annex
Drug Store. 16-tf
Charlie Hunter has trained down so
much lately, walking out to and work
ing on the grandstand, that he fears
he will have to wear suspenders.
The kind of candy she likes is Nor
ris! The Court Pharmacy sells it in
half and full pound packages. None
Passing Marsh's market this morn
ing, the Star reporter was called in to
look at some Marion county meat that
Mr. R. H. Redding had just brought in
from his stock farm. Two fine beeves
produced 1281 pounds of meat, and it
was good-looking meat, too. Old -Marion
can feed herself, and then some,
if she tries.
"Carter's Delicious" slice cake is
made clean, sold clean and delivered
clean. Ask your grocer for Carter's
The Affleck Millinary Parlor is pre prepared
pared prepared to meet your demand for any anything
thing anything dainty and artistic in midsum midsummer
mer midsummer creations. Mrs. Allegood will be
out for vacation by July 1st. Let us
have your order at once. 23-4t
On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
There will be a colored Pythian
excursion Monday over the A. C. L.
from Tampa to Ocala.
Nyal's White Liniment. Use it for
aches and pains, bruises and sprains.
This report is made from oberv?--
tions taken daily by Mr. F. G. B. j
Wpihp official observer for the gov-
June 21 94
Fair tonight and Friday.
Mr. Alfred Beck who "has been in
Orlando for the past five months with
the Delaney & Abernathy Drug Co.,
has severed his connection with that
firm and returned to Ocala today.
Ocala is glad to have Alfred home
John C. Blocker, Jr. accompanied
by his comrade, William Dellon, left
for Ocala this morning in a buggy.
The former's father wished to send a
horse to Ocala and young Mr. Blocker ;
consented to drive the animal the en entire
tire entire distance.- It willfbe a three days'
trip. St. Petersburg Independent.
Mr. Dellon is a son of the late W.
H. Dellon of Berlin.
Mr. R. E. L. Robinson, A. C. L.
roadmaster, came down in his little
headquarters car from Gainesville to
day, bringing with him Mr. R. B.
Bostwick, stock claims agent of the
road. The latter wears a permanent
look of gloom over the coin his road
has to pass over to the farmers for
stock killed. Nothing has so greatly
increased the value of Florida cattle
as building railroads
Mr. W. D. Graham, manager of the
Graham Brothers' lime works at Red Red-dick,
dick, Red-dick, made a few hours' visit in the
city today. He had been to the Martel
picnic and says that there was a big
Mr. Malcolm R. Williams, A. C. L.
agent at Ocala, may remove to Dnn Dnn-edin.
edin. Dnn-edin. Mr. Williams has been in this
city for several years, and by his un unfailing
failing unfailing courtesy and m efficiency has
made himself very popular with the
traveling public. Ocala would be very
sorry to lose him.
Mr. Geo. W. Scofield, state attorney
for this district, was in town awhile
yesterday, and left in the evening for
The Star is informed that, it is the
intention of the authorities to exhume
the body of the negro killed at East East-lake
lake East-lake a week ago tonight, and extract
the bullet that caused his death. This
would be a strong link in trie chain of
evidence against whoever killed him.
Mrs. Anna Lindsay, who has been
the guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. L.
Leitner for several weeks, left Mon
day for Jacksonville accompanied by
her granddaughter, Miss Kathleen
Leitner. They will visit Mrs. G.
Wake Wells for several weeks.
Judge H. W. Adams, a recent dis
tinguished visitor from Mayo, coming
to address the Woodmen on their, pic
nic at Homosassa, will soon leave to
attend the national meeting of the
Woodmen which will be held in St.
Paul, Minn., beginning July 13.
A" Doctor's Prescription for Cough an
Effective Cough Treatment
One-fourth to one tiaspoonfu! of
Dr. King'gTNe-vv Life Discovery, taken
as needed, will soothe and check
coughs, colds and the more danger
ous bronchial and lurg ailments. Ilou
can't afford to take the risk of serious
illness, when so cheep and simple a
remedy as Dr. fling's New Discovery
is obtainable. Go to yoiu- druggist today,-get
a bottle of Dr. King's New
Discovery, start the treatment at
once. You will be gratified for the re relief
lief relief and cure obtained. Ad. 1
Lame back is usually due to rheu rheumatism
matism rheumatism of the muscles of the back.
Hard working people are most likeiv
to suffer from it. Relief may be had
by massaging the back with Cham
berlain's Liniment two or three times
a day. Try it. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's FJaee. tf
How Mrs. Harrod Got Rid cf Her
'I suffered with stomach trouble
years and tried evervth:
neara or, but the only relief i got was
temporary until last spring I saw
Chamberlain's Tablets advertised and
procured a bottle of them at our drug
store. I got immediate relief from
that dreadful heaviness after eating
and from pen in the stomach,"
writes Mrs. Linda Harrod, Fort
Wayne, Ind. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
NOItTH OCALA NOTES
Mrs. M. M. Prince left this uuer-j
. r C- Vi r. V . vr li in nainnsrillo
; er a jjitu.-um. visa v. mi nci mmi,:
Mrs. R. M. Perry of this city. I
t Mr. -Clarence Cork and sifter. Mis
! Florence of Orange Lake, spent Sun-!
j day with friends in Ocala.
i Mr. W. B. Brabham and family
were week-end visitors with their
sister, 3Ir;- Perry this week.
Mrs. Frank B. Cork and little
daughter Ixuie, of Waco, Texas, at
t?n.lcd the Cork-Young wedding at.daurhters of Jacksonville
Orange Lake Wednesday and are now
in the city on a vi.sit to their parent.,
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Perry.
(Esteemed Correspondent: Please
use heavier paper and ink, if possible; ;
we could hardly read this letter. Ed Editor.)
itor.) Editor.) Orange Springs, June 23. Mrs.
Burden has been very ill. She was
stricken quite suddenly last Friday
but at this writing she is much bet better
ter better and seems now to be on the way
to a complete recovery.
Mr. Jack Palmer and Miss Iva
Johnson of this vicinity ttere quietly
married in Palatka, June 15th. The
young people accompanied by Mr. and
Mrs. Johnson, the bride's parents,
went to Palatka on the afternoon train
and were married that night at the
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Carlton are
guests at Homeplace hotel. For the
past two months they have been visit visiting
ing visiting in Jacksonville and are stopping
over here a few weeks en route to
Ocala. Their many warm friends are
delighted to see them again.
Mr. Ayer Owens of Palatka was in
our town last Saturday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Higginbotham and
children of Tampa were in town the
10th. They ware making an automo automobile
bile automobile trip from Tampa to Jacksonville.
They stopped several hours here to
rest and meet old acquaintances.
Mrs. Caroline Moorhead was the
guest last Saturday at Homeplace ho hotel.
tel. hotel. Last Saturday afternoon Mrs.
Moorhead gave a canning demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration at the home of Miss Jennie Car Carter.
ter. Carter. It was the first thing of the kind
held here and was well attended. Al Almost
most Almost the entire population of grown grownups
ups grownups as well as the canning club girls
were present. A number of men here
are interested in canning factories so
a kirge number of them were on hand.
Mrs. Moorhead showed how to make
crystalized grapefruit and how to can
tomatoes and other vegetables. The
meeting was very instructive and was
highly enjoyed by all. Mrs. Moorhead
will return and give an all day dem
onstration July 7th at the home of
The canning club girls expect to be begin
gin begin canning tomatoes next week.
Mr. and Mrs. Spencer and little
daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Vogt and
children, all of Ocala, spent the week weekend
end weekend visiting Mrs. Vogt's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Pegram.
Miss Florence Hall left Sunday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon for Green Cove Springs. After
an extended visit there she will visit
in Jacksonville. She expects to be
away most of the summer.
Citra, June 23. Hon. E. L. Wart Wart-mann
mann Wart-mann returned Sunday from a trip
down the east coast.
Mrs. Paul Edwards of Inverness,
who has been the guest of her sister,
Mrs. Driver, has returned home. She
was accompanied by Dorothy Driver.
jlr. J. Ciark Grimes has gone to
Virginia for the summer.
Mr. Nat Hunter of Fort Myers,
who has been spending several weeks
at the "White House, has returned
Mr. and Mrs. Robinson are back
from their visit to Savannah.
Misses Jessie Shortridge, Kathryn
Wyekoff and Elta Burleson, who have
been attending school at Tallahassee,
are at home to spend their vacation
Mr. John Wyekoff is also back from
xrs. Smith and Mr. and Mrs.
Larmer have returned to their home
in the north.
William Driver is visiting his
aunt, Mrs. Carpenter in Jacksonville.
Mr. Henry Dunn has gone to the
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Ramey spent
Sunday at Reddick.
Miss Partridge has gone to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville to spend the summer with
Mr. and Mrs. Hartridge.
Miss Ethel Crosby has returned
from a visit to Tallahassee and Live
"When my daughter had whoop'ng
cough she couched so hard at cne
time that she had hemorrhage of the
lungs. I was terribly alarmed about
her condition. Seeing Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy so highly recom recommended.
mended. recommended. I got her a bottle and it re relieved,
lieved, relieved, the ecx:gh at oncp. Defore she
had finished two bottles of this rem remedy
edy remedy t-ho was entirely well," writes
.Mis. b. J Grime?, Crooksville, Ohio.
Rids will be received at the meet meeting
ing meeting of the county commissioners July
0th. on making copies of plats in ac accordance
cordance accordance with specifications on file in
W. D. Cam, Chairman.
P. H. Nugent, Clerk. 21-l"t
Neuralgia Pains Stopped
You don't need suffer those agoniz agonizing
ing agonizing nerve pains in the face, head, arm,
shoulders, chest and l ack. Just apply
a few drops of soothing Sloan's Lini Liniment;
ment; Liniment; lie quietly a few minutes. You
will get such relief and comfort! Life
and the world will look brighter. Get
a -bottle today. 3 ounces for 25c., at.
all druggists. Penetrates without
rubbing. Adv. 1
Wiitahoota, June 2 The- past
lays have Ijcc-n the hottest of
i-umrr.c-r ana vc
11 enjoy the cool
breeze on the porches.
Mi-s Theora Smith ri tumor! lat
week from Ma.!:?-."-n, where she at-
tended school and took the teachers
examination. Her many friends are
slad to welcome her home and are
congratulating her on securing such a
Mr.;. L. D. Fmith and two little
cf Mrs. L. M. Smith.
Mrs. Witherspoon of Gainesville
and Mrs. Kenr.ant and baby of Jack Jack-sonville,
sonville, Jack-sonville, have returned to their re respective
spective respective hemes after a week's viit to
Mrs. V. P. Sir-ith.
Almost the entire neighborhood en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed a basket picnic and barbecue
near Mrs. L. M. Smith's home last
Tuesday. The event was given in
honor of Mrs. Smith's birthday. It
was greatly enjoyed. Plenty of nice
dinner, barbecued mutton and ice
lemonade and good company enough
to make a good time.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Smith and son
Cedrick attended a basket picnic at
Tacoma last Tuesday.
Mrs. R. C. Epperson and son of
Williston spent the week with Mrs.
T. N. Smith and Mrs. L. M. Smith.
Mr. Epperson came over for them
Master William Curry of Palatka is
visiting at his uncle, Mr. C. R. Curry's
Dr. C. G. Mixson and wife and
daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Mixsonj of Gainesville attended ser
vices here Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Neal Mathews and sister, Miss
Marie of Flemington, were guests of
Mrs. C. R. Curry Sunday and attended
services in the afternoon.
Mr. Jack Johnson of Micanopy was
a pleasant caller here Sunday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Mrs. M. R. Beck of Palatka arrived
Saturday and is the guest of her
mother, Mrs. C. M. Smith.
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
PHITES COMPOUND has no equal.
Three ounces 2'c; full pint $1. Dis Distributed
tributed Distributed .by Anti-Monopoly Drug
THE JOHN DOZIER CO.
Has just received a car of choice tim
othy hay, "the finest of the fine." We
also carry other grades, including al
falfa and Florida hay. 24-tf
Constipation Cured Overnight
A small dose of Po-Do-Lax tonight
and you will enjoy a full, free, easy
bowel movement in the morning. No
griping, for .Po-Do-Lax is Podophylin
(.May Apple) without the gripe. Po-
Do-Lax corrects the cause of consti constipation
pation constipation by arousing the liver, increas
ing the bow of bile. Bile is nature s
anti-'p-ptic in the bowels. With proper
amount of bile, digestion in bowels is
perfect. No pas, no fermentation, no
constipation. Don t be sick, nervous
irritable. Get a bottle of Fo-Do-Lax
from your druggist now and cure
your constipation overnight. Ad. 1
WANTED,' LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR RENT Upstairs consisting of
three rooms and bath, furnished for
light housekeeping. Electric lights,
city and cistern water. Mrs. P. II.
Gillen, No. 1 S. 5th St. 21-tf
FOR SALE OR RENT Small store
building on South 7th St., near A. C.
L. railway, formerly occupied by W.
D. Cowdrick. Mrs. P. II. Gillen, No.
1 S. oth St. 21-tf
WANTED At once, 100 ewes. Ad Address
dress Address E. C. Bcuchlcr, Anthony, F!a. 4t
FOR RENT Rooms for. lighl house housekeeping,
keeping, housekeeping, furnished or unfurnished,
or' single furnished rooms. Mrs. A. M.
Perry, No. 10, Herbert street. tfG
FOR RENT YV;i located and nTeeh
furnished moms in rt.-idence next
to the Colonial; also for light
housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
ROOMS AND BOARD Large
rooms with board at special sum summer
mer summer rates.. Mrs. M. E. Ervin. at
Carlton House. J9-lmo.
FOR RENT Three or four rooms
furnished for light housekeeping, cr
will rent the whole house of seven
rooms with every modern convenience
furnished, very rensonable. Phone 401.
P. A. Durand, CI 1 E. Adams St.
You take no chances in getting
shrimp and crabs at RodofT's as he
receives them direct frcm the sea
each afternoon. Call at Keatir.g'3
Buffet, or phone 22. tf
FOR RENT Eight room residence
on Oklawaha, two blocks east of A. C.
L. railrc id; all modern conveniences;
house in good repair; can give imme immediate
diate immediate pokes'-ion. Rent reasonable.
.pp!y to .Us. O. T. Green, telephone
No. CSV. 21 -Ct
FOR SALE Roimtiee wardrobe
trunk for traveling purposes; abso absolutely
lutely absolutely new; will sell at a bargain. P.
O. Rox 191 cr 'x?hone HIT; city. C-I-Ct
ADVERTISE IN THE STAR
NEBUCHADNEZZAR AND THE
GREAT WHITE BEAR
(Continued from First Page)
thee, and curse them that curseth
thee; and in thee shall all families of
the earth be blessed."
Also in chapter 13:14-1.", the Lord
said unto Abraham, after Lott was
separated from him:
"Lift up now thine eyes, and look
from the place where thou art north-J
ward, and southward, and eastward,
and west ward:
"For all land which thou secst, to
thee will I give it. and to thy seed
We are plainly toid where this land
was situated that was promised to
Abraham, as it is recorded in Gen.
l.:!S-20. "In the same day the Lord
made a covenant with Abraham ray raying,
ing, raying, unto thy seed have I 'given this
land, from the river Egypt' unto the
great river, the river Euphrates." ;
And it gives the names of the d'ff-i
erc-nt rations that dwelt in that land'
so there can be
God promised him and his seed an-
everlasting inheritance. J
Jesus told the Jews who rejected
his teachings that Abraham, Isaac'
and Jacob would be in the kingdom. i
"There shall be weeping and gnash-'
ing of teeth, when ye shall see Abra-i
ham, Isaac and Jacob, and all the!
prophets in the Kingdom of God and
you yourselves thrust out.
"And they shall come from the east,
and from the west, and from the
north and from the south and sit down
in the Kingdom of God."
The promises believed by Abraham
was Paul's hope, or the gospel that
was preached to Abraham.
Let us consider what must be dene
in order for God to fulfill his promise.
First: Abraham must be resurrect
ed from the dead to stand in that
land which God showed him for an
ever lasting possession.
Then he must be given eternal life
to inherit that land promised to him.
But as the promises were made to
Abraham and his seed or Christ, we
can plarrdy comprehend what Paul
nent in 1 Cor 15:22, when he wrote
to them saying, For as in Adam all
die, even so in Christ shall all be
When Adam trangressed God's law
he not only brought death upon him himself
self himself but upon all his posterity, and
we are eye witnesses of the fact; we
all die. We are Adam's" family.
But he said in Christ fchall all be
Now the question comes, how do we
get in Christ that we may live?
If we readfrom the 27th verse in
Gal. 3 we shall see how nicely Paul
explains the matter as he said:
"For as many of you as have been
baptized into Christ have put on
"There is neither Jew nor Gentile,
there is neither !ond nor fret there
is neither male nor female, for ye are
all one in Chirst Jesus.
"And if ye be Christ's, then are ye
Abraham's seed and heirs according
We mpst get out of the Adam fam family
ily family into the Abraham family, being
adopted' heirs of those great and
glorious promises that God gave that
we may become" heirs of those prom promises
ises promises with them. When the curse that
was put on the earth shall be remov removed
ed removed and the earth become a paradise
as it was in the garden of. Eden and
all nations be blessed in Abraham and
(To le Continued)
Best Thing for a Bilious Attack
"On account of my connemer.t in
the printing ofllce I have for years
been a chronic sufferer from indiges indigestion
tion indigestion and liver trouble. A few weeks
ago I had an attack that was so se severe
vere severe that I was not able to go to the
case for two days. Failing to get any
relief from other treatment. I took
three of Chamberlain's Tablets and
the next day I felt like a new man,"
writes H. C. Bailey, elitor Carolina
News, Chapin, S. C. Obtainable ev ev-rywhre.
rywhre. ev-rywhre. Adv.
OCALA SEED STORE
A full line cf Corn, Oats, Bran,
Shorts, Hay and Molasses feeds. C5tf
Of Sale of Bonds of the City of Ocala.
The Board of Bond Trustees of the
City of Ocala, Florida, will on the
Twenty-Sixth Day of June. A. D. 191."
at 3 o'clock p. m. at the ofHce of R. S.
Hall, in Ocala. ilnrion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, sell to the highest and best bidder
the following bonds of said city:
?",."i,000 worth of water works bonds
of said city, of ihe denomination of
51,000 each, bearing five per cent in interest,
terest, interest, payable semi-annually, all of
-aid bonds maturing A u trust Ifct, A.
D. 1033. Interest and principal paya paya-Me
Me paya-Me at the office of the City Treasurer
of the City of Ocala.
? 100.000 worth of Sewerage Bonds
of said city, of the denomination of
$1,000 each, bearing five per cent in interest,
terest, interest, payable semi-annually, $33,000
cf said bonds maturing January 1st,
1025, $33,000 of said bonds maturing
January 1st, 11'35, and $31,000 of said
bonds maturing January 1st. 10t.
The principal and interest of said
bonds being payable at the office cf
the City Txeasurer of said city.
Bids may be submitted at any time
before sale, should be directed to
ERNEST J. CROOK. SECRETARY
OF BOARD OF BOND TRUSTEES,
OCALA, FLORIDA; all bids must be
scaled and accompanied by a certified
check for five per cent of the bid as
evidence of good faith, to be returned
if bid not accepted.
The said L'e-ard hereby reserves
the right to reject any and all bids.
R. S. HALL,
Chairman of the Board of Bond Trus Trustees
tees Trustees of the City of Ocala.
Attest: E. J. CROOK,
Secretary of the Board of Bond
Trustees of the City of Ocala. 27-tf
fface got4 u&sfjag easy -& ycj
, mam n
YOU WON'T HAVE ANY "BLUE MONDAY" MRS.
HOUSEKEEPER, IF YOU WILL USE OUR EASY EASY-RUNNING,
RUNNING, EASY-RUNNING, LABOR-SAVING WASHING OUTFITS.
COME IN AND LET US SHOW YOU THE THINGS
WE HAVE THAT YOU NEED, NOT ONLY FOR
WASH DAY, BUT FOR EVERY DAY. THEY WILL
MAKE YOUR KITCHEN AND HOUSE WORK A
WHOLE LOT EASIER. THEY DON'T COST MUCH.
PHONE 1 18,
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:apital stock sso.ooo.oo.
Stale. County and Cily Depository.
We Treat Your
Will last longe and look better if you send them to us to be
Icrderfd by our up-to-date methods. Our special machinery for
this class of work gives the best work that is obtainable with
the loait possible wear. If we are not now calling for your aun
dry just call FHONE 21 and let us prove to you that there ia no
work superior to ours.
iRpenai sleam iaoisry:
"CARTE R C A K ES"
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
of Cartel;; Bakery, has installed the
necessary machinery and appliances
for turning out cake by a new pro process
cess process which enables him to sell 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 wared paper, at ten cents
each. Read his announcement in an another
other another column of tofays paper. The
Star's bookkeeper can testify that the
Carter product has no superior.
(Samples have been tcrted.)
Thirty-Six for 23 Cents
Dr. King's New Life Pills are now
supplied in well-corked glass bottles,
containing 3f tugar-coated white
pills, for li.c. One pill with a glass of
water before retiring is an average
dose. Easy and pleasant to take. Ef Effective
fective Effective rnd positive in results. Cheap
and economical to use. Get a bottle
today, take a dose tonight your con constipation
stipation constipation will r; relieved in the morn morning.
ing. morning. :;G for 2oC. at a!' druggists. Ad. 1
fif Application for t'karlrr
Notice In tt-rt-tty ?-'1ven that w, the
i:rvl-r.-ign.l. will n the ht dVv of
J'lly. A. I. J:U.". ap.!y to the KOTrnr
of the t-!e of FloriJ. at .Tallaha-see
the t-aj.Ital. for l-lters ;..t nt to l.-ue
un!-r !h f -l!oi-;n r t-r.;.r.s l charter
j. s. unorni:.
jos. u v. ii.r.v.
H". J. WIIjSO.V.
Iit U It. HVMPTON'.
. ST. GI'O IUCHAKDSON".
N. 1 IjOWK.
I'urV OF I-IIOPOSED C!I ATITHR OF
O-JAI. V KNITTING AND MANU MANUKA
KA MANUKA n i i ; i n; co m i a n y
V. the t! it r-lne l. l."rely a.xociate
our.--el re together for Ve purpose of
bc'::iins?-incorporate! under the
f :iie 5-tato of Flori la ai-r-lioaWe to
t firporatioiij fr r,ro3t.
T"ie r,in- rf th! corporation 'ii!l
l nMI, KNITTING ANI mani; mani;-I'ACTIIUNG
I'ACTIIUNG mani;-I'ACTIIUNG COil I 'AN 1". and it prin-
i ; l ;! of 5a;n .:? j:iali be le city
of caia. .Mr:m ciantr. Florida, but
it :..) y t--1 .i bi; : f.fr!-s art-l tranche."
in fuc.'i -?M-r .!xce or place- In the
! t .f l'l.$rl '..x or o'Hj;.Je of .1 H
- a n it .1 ,i : i .W-m J?friruMe In the
conduct of its Lu -ln-s.
T'.-e ?f n rnl n iture of the business
to be trarijactfi by thli corporation
1. To manufacture an! market all
kinds of parmm's;
To own. anu jerate knitting
mllLs and other f-xrtorle;
3. To own and operate tannin 5- fac factories
tories factories anl to trwarket the iroducta;
4. 1u purchase, own, lease, sell and
dNi-o..- or all kinds of real and ;tr ;tr-s:i.il
s:i.il ;tr-s:i.il property of whatever nature;
't y lr-nd nI bornw money, tak taking
ing taking and t,ivinif therefor ?uch evl ienc
of indebtedn js an-I security a may
be deemed proper and ruTe,ary In the
conduct of ita buein s.-:
. To do any and all thinza Tie.-e-yary
for carrying out the abve pur purposes.
poses. purposes. articlh nr.
The amount of capital tock of this
corporation shall be tlfty thousand
$50,000) collar, divided into five thou thousand
sand thousand shares of the ior value of ten
(tlO) iollr each, payable in -Hh or
propr-rty, labor or ervice. at a Jii.it
valuation thereof to be fixed by the
ooard of director at a rretin called
for such purpose.
The ter.n t-.- wnicii this corporation
shall exlit J r.Ir.t v-nire years.
The business of this corporation
shall be conducted by a prt-ndent. a
vlce-preslJent. a. secretary atd a. treas treasurer,
urer, treasurer, and a ooard t directors compos composed
ed composed of not les than even nor mora
than eleven members; the officer Khali
be chosen annually by the stock.aoI.i stock.aoI.i-rs
rs stock.aoI.i-rs at the annul! meet ins; of thla cor corporation
poration corporation to be held on the second
Tuediy In January of eacit year; any
tvo of the above named of. Tees may
be held by one and the same person
except th of. Ice t of president arvl
vice-presc ient; th following named of officers
ficers officers shall conduct the business of
this corporation until those elected at
the :'. rt annual meeting -Khali qualify;
Ir-sid-nt. Gcorxe G.les; Vlce-Presi.
dent. V. I. Gadson; ecret-iry. J. K La-Hoc-he:
Trea-!rer. J K Wiley; Direc Director.
tor. Director. G-ortre Giles. F. I. Gsd.n. J. U
v' il' y. J- LtfiUoche. Jose V, Gile. X
I. ViIon. 1 It. Hampton. A. St Geo
Itkhardon and N. -11. Lowe, and Sup Superintendent,
erintendent, Superintendent, H. Y. Booth.
The bt:rt,et amomt of Indebt d nn
or liability to which this corporation
hfll Kubject itself is
Sakaerf pf I
Tl.e names and pria-- of redl-nee
of the subscriber to the capital stock
ami the nun.ber of shares of stock ub
- ribe 1 for by each, sre j follows:
Name J"i -j. Shares
George Giles. Ocala. 1- 1 ,rl la Zbi
b I. Gin. ocala. Flori la 10
Jos. I Wiley. Ocala, Florida 19
J. H. Ijaltoche, Ocala, Florida. Z
W. I W'iln. Oc-Ala. Florl la 2S
lr. I It. Hampton. Ocala. Flortla. 25
A. 5t. Geo. i;i.-i,ard.on. Ocala, Fla.
X. K. Io we, Ocala, Florida
STATK OF FLORIDA,
COUNTY OF MAItiON'.
On this day personally came tfcre
me Gtorye Gll-. f. V. Godson. J. I
iy. J. H. Ialloche. W. I. Wilson. L.
It. Hampton. A. t-'t. Geo. P!char-lon
and N. 1-2. Lowe, each to me well known
to be the Individual described la i 1
who ubscriti their narnes to the
foregoing arm ies of Incorporation, ar. 1
each acknowledged o me. e&ru tor
himself, mat he finned his name t
to and subscribed fcr the amount v?
capital stock set opposite Ms tiMr.e.
In witnes whereof I have hereur-"
set Bir iand and ofiiciaJ al. thU t:.
titb day of ilay. A. I 35K..
(Notary .S.-a 1 ) X. C. G'M -"
Notary I-ablic. S'ate .f 1' r. ...
My commission expires F r !!,