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Many Lives Were Lost and Property Damage
Will Foot Up in the Millions
STRETCH OF COUNTRY FROM
Chicago, July 8. According to the -figures
compiled today, more than f
fifty persons were killed and several;
scores injured by the violent storm
which extended f rorn. Nebraska to
Ohio last night. The property damage
is estimated at several millions. The
greatest loss of life is reported from
Cincinnati, where twenty people are
known to be dead and ten are missing.
Six were deck hands, drowned when a
tow boat capsized in the Ohio river.
In eastern Missouri, the storm was
a tornado and several villages were
wiped out, but the loss of life was
small. The wires are demoralized.
MISSOURI HARD HIT
Missouri today shows four killed,
several injured and three missing as
a result of the storm last night. The
damage to Missouri buildings and
crops is estimated at about a million
In Cincinnati a number of houses
were demolished and it is thought a
nuniber of persons are in the ruins.
OF -THE STORM THAT SWEPT
OVER THEjMiPDLE STATES
(Special to the Star)
Chicago, July 8. Meagre reports
indicate the deathlist from the tor tornado
nado tornado in the middle west last night
may reach 20(4 Thirty-three are
known to be dead in Cincinnati, near nearly
ly nearly a score in Kentucky, nine in Illin Illinois,
ois, Illinois, two in Indiana and seven in Mis Missouri.
souri. Missouri. Some towns we're wiped out;
others have not been heard from.
Property damage amounts Jto a mill million.
ion. million. The wires are down.
STEMPLE NOT A PRISONER
Guy Stemple, the principal witness
in the Mendenhall-Eliot affair, is not
in jail in Clearwater as stated by
various newspapers. Stemple is
spending his time at the county jail,
but is not confined to a cell. He is not
charged with any crime. He is only
being held as a material witness.
The Sun adds that Stemple is quiet
and composed and evidently has no
apprehensions for the result of his
part in the tragedy.
IS ABLE TO WALK ABOUT
Morgan Rapidly Recovering From
W'ounds Inflicted by Holt
.'... : (Associated Press)
New York, July 8. J. P. Morgan,
who was shot by,Frank Holt, is able
to walk about his house at Glencove
Prominent Politician Claims that
Prosecution is Persecution
Indianapolis, Ind., July 8. Eight of
the one hundred and thirty-one indict indicted
ed indicted on charges of fraud in the 1914
election, plead guilty in the criminal
court yesterday. One hundred and
twenty were arrainged.
Thomas Taggart, demorcratic na national
tional national committeeman for Indiana, one
of those indicted, demands an imme immediate
diate immediate trial. He declares the whole
matter is one of persecution not, pros prosecution.
OCA LA SEED STORE
A full line of Corn, Oats, Bran,
Shorts, Hay and Mr 'asses feeds. 65tf
COLORADO 10 FEHHSTLYAHIA
STRONG ATTACK OF TI1E FIRST
CHIEF'S FORCES ON
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Washington, July 8. State depart-
ment dispatches from Vera Cruz to-j
day reported that Carranza troops
have pushed their attack cn the con-
vention forces defending Mexico City
to within ten miles cf the capital. Of Officials
ficials Officials -said the dispatches indicate a
sharp retreat of the convention forces
into Mexico City.
ANOTHER TRIM CRAFT
FOR THE OKLAWAHA
" Conner, July 8. Announcement for"
the launching and christening of the
Josephine, J. W. Randall, will be made
soon. The event will be at the Con Conner
ner Conner shipyard, with picnic fixings, ac accompanied
companied accompanied by music on the ouay. Fair
sponsor to be named in time. A. A. G.
MR. MURRAY HAS SOLD OUT
Mr. L. Moreton "Murray today sold
his interest in .The Murray Company
to Mr. W. W. Condon, who has been
joint owner in the business with Mr.
Murray since the organization of the
company about two years ago.
Mr. Murray will retire from the
business and its management and Mr.
Condon will take charge and manage
the business himself. This is no new
line or venture to Mr. Condon, as he
has been in business of this character
before and is thoroughly familiar
Under Mr. Murray's management
the Murray Company has done well
and built up a large patronage. Mr.
Murray is not willing to give out, just
at this time, what his future move movements
ments movements will be.
FREIGHT STEAMER ON FIRE
Conflagration on the Minnehaha Will
be Subdued by Crew
f Associated Press)
New York, N. Y., July 8. The At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Transportation Line steamer
Minnehaha enroute from New York
to London, is fighting fire in the hold
today, according to a wireless from
the captain. y The fire is not serious.
The Minnehaha carries no passeng passengers.
Might Have Been One cf Holt's Bombs
The Minnehaha's captain wirelessed
at noon that an explosion caused the
fire, which has been controlled. It is
conjectured the blaze might have
been started by a bomb which Holt
possibly placed aboard the ship. This
Traveling Man's Experience
"In the summer of 1881 had a very
severe attack cf cholera morbus. Two
physicians worked over me from four
a. m. to 6 p. m. without giving me any
relief and then told me they did not
expect me to live; that I had best tele-gi-aph
for my family. Instead of doing
no, I gave the hotel porter fifty cents
and told him to buy me a bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, and take no sub substitute.
stitute. substitute. I took a double dose accord according
ing according to the directions and went to sleep
after the second dose. At five o'clock
the next morning I was called by my
order and took a train for my next
stopping point, a well man but feel feeling
ing feeling rather shaky from the severity of
the attack," writes H. W. Ireland,
Louisville, Ky. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
For plumbifig and electrical work
see II. Vv. Tucker. Phone 300 i
IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE
SEEMS TO HAVE SUFFERED
BILLIONS 9E BUSHELS
IMMENSE WHEAT AND CORN
CROPS THIS YEAR IN
I Washington, July 8. The depart department
ment department of agriculture's July crop report
today announces that all wheat, con-
dition 87, indicates a production of
Corn gl 2 production win be two
bmion eight hundred and fourteen
EPIGRAMS 01! ALGHOL
DAN -MORGAN SMITH SUMS UP
ON THE PRICE OF A DRINK
Atlantic City, N. J., July 8. Dan
Morgan Smith, judge advocate of the
state of Illinors, who addressed the
national convention of the Anti Anti-Saloon
Saloon Anti-Saloon League today, summed up in
epigramatic form what he called "The
Price of a Drink."
"If the results of drinking were
purely personal then the complaint of
the 'wets' that the anti-liquor forces
are trying to interfere with the per personal
sonal personal liberty of drinkers, might carry
with it some force, but drink is sold
on the installment plan, first payment
is made -when you get the drink, the
others when the drink gets you!
"The greater part of the payments
are made by those who do not drink.
"The price of a drink ranges from
a dime to damnation the drinker
pays the dime and humanity pays the
"Enforcement of local or state pro prohibition
hibition prohibition depends upon the inclination,
energy and honesty of local authori authorities,
ties, authorities, but you can make prohibition
prohibit any one of you by a per persistent
sistent persistent prosecution of those officials
who fail to prosecute the violators of
the dry law.
"If a judge is too wet to do his duty,
make it so hot for him he will dry out.
"It often does more good, in the en enforcement
forcement enforcement of liquor laws, to kick one
crooked chief of police out of the
police station than---to bring many
drunks into the police station."
Referring to employers who have
taken a stand against the drinking
employe, he said:
"There is room on the water wagon
for the employer as well as for the
Blitchton, July 7. Dr. Blitch left
Monday for several weeks in South
Mr. B. R. Blitch is attending the
meeting of the school board in Ocala
Mrs. E. A. Osborne and Miss Mar Marguerite
guerite Marguerite Wrade of Ocala, were guests
of Mrs. S. H. Blitch and Miss Legie
Miss Mary Dozier of Brooksville is
the guet of Miss Opal Blitch.
Miss Minnie Seckinger of Berlin is
spending this week with Miss Rowena
Mr. Joe Plummer of Gainesville is
Mrs. C. L. Bittinger and Miss Adele
Bittinger of Ocala were guests of
Mrs. S. H. Blitch and Miss Legie
Blitch Monday night and Tuesday.
Mr. E. H. Miller and son Everett,
of Fairfield, spent Tuesday here.
Mrs. O. S. Sanders and Mr. Jame3
Sanders have returned from Evinston.
GOVEMIMEIIT WILL III FUTURE COUTH
Washington, July 8. The United
States government today took over
control of the Sayville wireless sta station,
tion, station, the only remaining privately
owned means of direct communication
between the United States and Ger Germany.
many. Germany. Naval authorities will operate
the station, Secretary Daniels an
nounced, under the rules applying to
the Tuckerton, N. J., wireless station,
which was taken over bythe govern government
ment government last September.
Secretary Redfield's letter, recom recommending
mending recommending this action, said the Sayville
company is entirely German owned,
and is working with a station in Ger Germany
many Germany under government control.
HIS WIFE AND DAUGHTER
STAND BY HIM
Mendenhall Comfortably Lodged and
Able to Attend to Business
Clearwater Sun: Mr. Mendenhall
has installed an electric fan in his
cell, and has his meals brought to
him from the Phoenix hotel, and with
each meal is a bouquet of flowers.
When Mr. and Mrs. Mendenhall first
arrived in Clearwater they made their
home at the Phoenix, and .were guests
there when the hotel burned, but they
escaped with only their night clothes.
His family sends him fresh linen each
Mr. Mendenhall conducts the affairs
of his lumber business from his cell,
and as the lumber yard is just across
the railroad track from the jail it does
not discommode his superintendent
and manager any more than usual.
Mrs. Mendenhall is very desirous of
calling upon her husband, but under
advice of hi3 attorneys she will not
be allowed to do so until later. She is
more normal today, but her eyes are
glazed and she looks as though gaz gazing
ing gazing miles and miles away. Her many
friends have rallied to her side to
comfort and aid her. Miss Florence
Mendenhall outwardly, has not broken
down, and this has been a great source
of comfort to her mother. She is a
young woman of great attainments,
loved and admired by every one in
Clearwater and in the present crisis
she has proved her metal. Of finest
sensibilities she has withstood the vi vibrations
brations vibrations which must have torn her
heart asunder, but she meets each
caller with a look which says: "My
father did not commit the deed with
which he is charged." It is not a look
of defiance. It is a look of love and
'Berlin, July 7. After all the bad
weather the W. O. W. picnic at Fel Fellowship
lowship Fellowship last Thursday proved tobe
auite a sucecss. There were about
700 people in attendance. Messrs. J.
S. Blitch of Montbrook, G. W. Sco Sco-field
field Sco-field of Inverness, J. IL" Brinson of
Ocala, W. J. Crosby of Citra and L. S.
Light of Reddick, gave very interest interesting
ing interesting addresses during the forenoon on
woodcraft and in the afternoon the
following gentlemen spoke on county
division: F. E. Harris of Ocala, G. A.
Morton of Williston, John R. Willis of
Bronson, Jasper N. WiHs of Willis Willis-ton,
ton, Willis-ton, Alfred Ayer of Ocala. W. O.
Brewer of Romeo, J. S. Blitch of
Montbrook and W. J. Crosby of Citra.
Everybody enjoyed the speeches and
had an all around good time.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Snowden and
little niece Miss Clara Hall, were
guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
McCully last Sunday.
Mr. Paul Rawls, who has been over
at Oak for the past few months, re
turned home last Saturday.
Quite a number of Berlinites par
took of the dinner given for the Con Confederate
federate Confederate Veterans last Tuesday in
The following young folks were the
guests of Rev. and Mrs. Z. A. Crump Crump-ton
ton Crump-ton last Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Otis
Hill, Miss Faye Beck and Messrs.
Bueher Berk and Cecil Clark.
Don't forget to attend preaching at
Fellowship next Sunday afternoon at
3:SQ o'clock. Rev. Bonyan Stephens
of Ocala will fill the pulpit.
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
Trade at Gerig's Ocala's best drug
JULY (5, 1915
Oil THE ISOiIZO
BERLIN CLAIMS THEY WERE
BEATEN BY AUSTRIAN'S IN A
THREE DAYS' BATTLE
(Special to the Star)
Berlin, July 8. It is semi-officially
announced that the Italians were bad badly
ly badly defeated with enormous loss in a
three days' battle on the Isonzo river
HOLT'S CRAZY HEAD
WAS FILLED WITH WILD IDEAS
ABOUT THE THINGS HE
v HAD NOT DONE
( Asoc4aU-d Preaa)
V New York, July 8. The police to today
day today continued the investigation to as ascertain
certain ascertain whether Frank Holt had plac placed
ed placed bombs on steamers now en route
across the Atlantic. Messages receiv received
ed received from the liners Saxonia and Phil Philadelphia
adelphia Philadelphia saying they had been search
ed and no bombs found, were received.
Arrangements have been made for
an inquest over Holt's suicide today.
AMERICANS KILLED ON
THE A N G LO-CA LI FO RN I A N
(Special to the Star)
Washington, July 8. Two Ameri
cans are reported among the killed
when a German submarine shelled the
Shady, July 6. Our farmers are
busy planting potatoes and picking
peas, the weather being fine for potato
planting but rather too frequent
showers for saving peas.
Mrs. J. J. Knoblock and little Miss Misses
es Misses Elizabeth and Mary Bee, have been
visiting rekrtives and friends here for
the past week.
Mrs. Geiger and little son of San San-ford,
ford, San-ford, are spending a few days with
the former's father. Dr. Purvis.''
The friends of Mrs. Purvis regret
to hear that' she entered the hospital
last week for treatment and hope she
will soon return home entirely recov recovered.
ered. recovered. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Douglass and
J. M. Douglass passed thru Shady
Sunday afternoon. They were return returning
ing returning to Weirsdale from Martin, having
motored to that place in the morning
and spent the day with relatives.
Miss Margaret Little of Ocala is
visiting Mrs. F. C. Barnes this week.
II. W. Douglass returned from a
business trip to Clearwater Friday.
The rain Thursday forenoon caused
disappointment to a few of us as we
had looked forward all the week to a
picnic at the Buhl's spring. When the
clouds dispersed, a few near neigh neighbors
bors neighbors gathered at Mrs. George Buhl's
and spent a delightful afternoon.
Cake and ice cream were served and
the children played games and the
time for us to leave came too quick
The people of Shady are pleased
over the prospect of a "rural delivery
route thru here. Our mail carrier has
given good, faithful service, but we
realize the better advantages of. the
R. F. D. service.
Miss Edith Redding happened to a
most painful accident Sunday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. While oat driving with some
friends, the horse slipped ond fell
and Miss Edith was thrown out on
one side of the hard road, all her
weierht falling on her left arm. TheT
arm was dislocated at the elbow but
was pulled into place by a friend. She
seemed to be suffering much at the
time, but aside from the arm no other
injuries were sustained.
I will take a class in sewing begin beginning
ning beginning the 11th at my home at 439 Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha avenue. 3-6t Miss Wilson.
Austro-German Offensive Up
FlFQPfDJlTF nniiTii'G in Ttir
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London, July 8. Strong reinforce
ments between the Vistula and Bug
rivers has compelled the Austrians
driving toward Warsaw to assume the
defensive. According to official re reports,
ports, reports, the Austrians are in difficulties.
DRIVE HASNT DEVELOPED
The expected German offensive in
the west hasn't developed, but there
are persistent reports of a big Ger German
man German troop morsment to the western
British and French reports fail to
confirm the German claim that they
have taken trenches near Ypres.
At several points the Germans are
attacking violently, capturing some
trenches in the St. Mihiel's district.
RUSSIANS HAVE BEEN
London, July 8. By the employ employment
ment employment of strong reinforcements, the
Russians have checked, temporarily at
least, the Austro-Gerroan advance to toward
ward toward the Lublin railway, which would
have imperiled Warsaw if successful.
The Russians claim a serious defeat
for the Teutonic army in the region
of Krasnik, south of that railway, but
the Austrians state that "the battle
was invigorated by the participation
of strong Russian reserves." As far
as the conimunication is concered the
Russians now have the advantage of
the positions. They have a splendid
railway system behind them, over
which they can quickly move troops
and guns to the threatened area. This
battle has just commenced, but ac according
cording according to dispatches to Geneva from
Austrian sources the Russians have
thus far had the best of it. Since
Monday the Russians have Inflicted
heavy losses on the Austrians and
dispatches state that thousands of
wounded are arriving in Lemberg,
Przemysl and Jaroslau.
The much heralded German on onslaught
slaught onslaught in the west has been confined
to the Wovre region. There the Crown
Prince's army is trying to regain the
ground lost last April, when the
French tried to force the withdrawal
of what" is known as the SL Mihiel
wedge. The Germans have won some
trenches at the tip of the wedge,Jbut
at other points the French claim they
were repulsed with heavy losses. Ar Artillery
tillery Artillery combats continue from" Arras to
the sea and it is stated that Arras is
in flames and the cathedral has been
destroyed. Fighting here seems desul desultory,
tory, desultory, despite the arrival of large Ger German
man German reinforcements for another try
DETERMINED TEUTONS CARPET CARPETED
ED CARPETED THE GROUND .WITH
Petrograd, July 8Striking an un
expected blow at the right flank of
the Austro-German forces between
the Bug and Vistula rivers, the Rus Russians
sians Russians administered a decisive check to
the Teutonic army's drive ward
Warsaw from the south.
According to official reports experts
declare the crest of the German ad advance
vance advance was reached on the heights of
Wilkolac where the Russians repulsed
seven attacks. The Germans came on
in solid phalanxes to be mowed down
time after time. After the seventh
attempt to scale the heights the Ger
mans retired, leaving the slope car
peted with their dead.
A Good Household Salve
Ordinary ailments and injuries are
not of themselves eerious, but infec
tion or low vitality may make them
dancrerous. Don't neglect a cut, sore.
bruise or hurt because its small. Blood
poison has resulted from a pin-prick
or scratch. For all such ailments
Bucklen's Arnica Salve is excellent. It
protects and heals the hurt; is an antiseptic,
tiseptic, antiseptic, kills infection and prevents
dangerous complications. Good for all
skin blemishes, pimples, salt rheum
eczema. Get an original 2-ounce 25c.
box from your druggist. Adv. 2
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ITALY LOST' A FINE CRUISE!! IN
( AsmxrSated Press)
Rome, July 8. The Italian ministry
of marine officially announced la: I
night that the Italian armoured
cruiser Amalfi was torpedoed End
sunk yesterday by an Austrian sub submarine
marine submarine in the upper Adriatic.
FUNERAL OF MRS. STONE
The remains of Mrs. S. C, Stone
were brought to Ocala Wednesday
from Crystal River, and the funeral
services took place at 2:03 in the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon from the home of her grand granddaughter,
daughter, granddaughter, Mrs. II. W. Tucker.
Rev. R. B. Bowers, assisted by Eev.
Bunyan Stephens, officiated, nr.i rr sjs
an address most comforting to the
sorrowing. The choir, consisting cf
Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Borden, Mrs. Go In
and Mrs. Wesson, sang two beautiful
hymns, and Mr. Stephens c.Tered
The pallbearers were all old neigh
bors and friends of the deceased and
consisted of Me ssrs. J. A.. Pitt man,
Leonard Dozier, Frank Harris, E. T.
Helvenston, L. J. Knight and F. B.
The remains were interred la
Greenwood. Mclver & MacKay had
charge of the arrangements.
Mrs. Stone was universally esteem
ed, and the many friends she mada in
her long life in this city will he! J her
name in sacred remembrance.
Bunch of Dagoes were Violating Am
Chicago, July 8 Three commis
sioners of the king of Montenegro
and the ex-charge d'afTairs at Con Constantinople,
stantinople, Constantinople, were indicted today,
charged with conspiracy to violate
United States neutrality.
EVELYN WONT GIVE EVIDENCE
Left New York for Iter Csnrp
New York, July 8. Any probabili probability
ty probability that Mrs. Evelyn Nesbit Thaw
would be called as a witness gainst
her husband, Harry IL. Thaw, in hi
sanity trial here seems eliminated.
Mrs. Thaw, who left New York yes yesterday
terday yesterday without appearing in court in
answer to a state subpoena, was be believed
lieved believed to be back in her camp at
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or packages. Six 5-cent packages for
25 cents, postpaid. Bitting & llsiis llsiis-ews,
ews, llsiis-ews, Ocala. 9-tf-wky
Diarrhoea Quickly Cured
"About two years ago I had a
vere attack cf diarrhoea v.hich 1
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Buford, N. D. "I became so vc:': t
I could not stand c;-ri bt. A drr
recommended Chamberlain's L
Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem: !:.
first dose relieved me and v.!.. 'n
days I was as well as ever." C
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OCALA EVENING SfAfi THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1915
OCALA EVENING STAR
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It is to be hoped that Guy Stemple,
chauffeur of the car in which Mrs.
Eliot and her daughter were killed
last Friday night, has friends with
money and influence.
Perhaps that unknown highwayman
who may have killed Mrs. Eliot and
her daughter near Clearwater last
Friday night was a half brother to
the man whom the young Virginian,
Beatty, said killed his wife near Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg a few years ago.
The Clearwater Sun says there is
no foundation for the report that the
sheriff of Pinellas county had to take
precautions against the lynching of
Mendenhall Saturday night. The Sun
says there was no disposition in
Clearwater to interfere with the
course of the law.
The telegraph editors of the Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville Metropolis and Tampa Times
should read dispatches a little more
carefully. 'The dispatches to those
two papers yesterday plainly stated
that the suicide of John Hafner took
place at Belleview, 'yet both papers
printed the occurrence as taking place
The people are getting to realize
more and more each day that the
Evening Sun is a real newspaper. Tell
your friends to subscribe for it, and
help support an institution in the city
which has given great prominence in
the state. Clearwater Sun.
For the size of its town,; the Sun is
certainly the biggest newspaper in the
state. . .
The Star is glad Ed Carmichael
didn't make his offer to straighten
the Silver Springs boulevard a year
ago. He was on the board of com commissioners
missioners commissioners then, and nothing could
have persuaded our Williston friends
that he wasn't making the county pay
for the improvement. It is a much
needed improvement and will greatly
promote public safety as well as ex expedite
pedite expedite travel.
We shouldn't be too severe in judg judging
ing judging Holt. He caused a great deal of
trouble, and did no good. But he
doubtless believed he was working in
a good cause, and when he found he
had failed he paid the .penalty. He
certainly was crazy, but his acts
show that in his character were
strong elements of bravery and devo devotion
tion devotion to any cause he believed good.
When a man asks for a change of
venue from his home county, it is a
sure sign of one of two things. One
is, the administration of justice in
that county is hopelessly corrupt.
The other is that the man has a rotten
bad case. A good man, wrongfully ac accused,
cused, accused, wants a trial among, the peo people
ple people who know him, unless the said
people are under the control of cor cor-'rupt
'rupt cor-'rupt "officials. 5
"The Star is" glad to note" the ar arrangement
rangement arrangement by which State Treasurer
- Luning will take charge of the affairs
. of the Florida Life Insurance Com Company.
pany. Company. We think it is probable that
the institution will be placed on" a
firm and honest basis.. At the same
time, the Star thinks that the men
whorhave, by proving false to their
trust, caused so much trouble and
loss to the stockholders and policy policyholders,
holders, policyholders, should be tried, and if proven
guilty, should be sent to the peniten penitentiary.
tiary. penitentiary. Their immunity is adding
x greatly to the contempt for the courts
that is already so strong in this state.
The discussion on the, Frank case is
slowly dying out. There has been too
much hard feeling" over this case. Its
entirely wrong, in a number of papers
and speakers to refer indiscriminately
to the men who believed Frank should
be hung as hoodlums and members of
a mob. Some mighty good citizens in
Florida, and probably many more in
Georgia, believe Frank is guilty, and
they shouldn't be abused for their be belief,
lief, belief, Men of this character are not
found in mobs. The Star thinks they
are mistaken in condemning Slaton,
-but then every American should have
full right to his opinion.
This is the month in which a great
many people whose children have
passed thru the public schools or who j
wish to send them to private institu- j nation has been so patient as Ameri Ameri-tions,
tions, Ameri-tions, endeavor to decide what places lea over such a great wrong. Sinking
are best to finish or carry on their I the Lusitania brought America and
education. Its particularly desirable j England closer together than they
that Florida people keep their child-1 have ever been. Its easier to forget
ren in their own state, and it is not j the wars of over a century ago than
necessary for the average Floridian j it is that British seamen strove to
to send his children abroad. We save American lives, that British
have many fine schools in Florida -j hands have reverently laid American
their locations are good and their f bodies to rest in British soil, and that
courses of study are of the best. Only
those who need higher education in and laid flowers upon the graves of
some specialty need to go abroad. We American dead. Germany may be very
can recommend almost any of the sure that it wouldn't take many Lus Lus-state
state Lus-state schools, and at present we have itania incidents to cause Americans
.in mind one. very good one, conven- and British to fight side by side.
One year, in advance
Six months, in advance....,
Three months, in advance.
One month, in advance .80
iently situated for Marion county peo people.
ple. people. We refer to St. Leo College, near
San Antonio, in Pasco county. It is
most healthfully situated, and that is
one of the main things in chosing a
school has a high and dry location
in beautiful surroundings, and is well
supplied with pure water. The course
of study at St. Leo is of the best
when a young man has successfully
taken it, he is mentally well equipped.
If it i3 a good school for Florida
boys, it is probably better for those of
northern states, whose studies in this
genial clime would be almost like tak taking
ing taking a vacation at home. Parents
who have boys of twelve years and
over whom they desire to have care-
fully educated can do no better than
to send them to St. Leo. Address St.
Leo College, St. Leo, Fla., and you
will be sent a catalogue of this ex
ITS GERMANY'S FAULT
Admiral Oscar von Truppel, at one
time governor of Kiao Chow, warns
other Germans in an article in Der
Tag of Berlin, not to underestimate
the danger of a breach with the Unit
ed States. "He asks careful consid
eration whether the value of Ger Germany's
many's Germany's submarine warfare is great
enough to justify its continuance at
the expense of such a rupture. Ad
miral von Truppel writes: "A German
American war or even a rupture o:
diplomatic relations the effect of
which would be virtually as great,
would injure Germany's prospects
more than any one believes. Although
America would contribute little to the
military strength of the allies except
for the munitions and supplies,
could in time cooperate with land and
sea forces and with first class sub
marines and aeroplanes in the com
plete isolation of Germany. It also
could put such pressure on remaining
neutral nations that they probably
would be arrayed actively or passive passively
ly passively in the ranks of our enemies. It is
undeniable, in spite of President Wil
son's unquestionable desire to reach a
peaceful solution of problems that the
sympathies of a. majority of Ameri
cans are on the side of England and
that only a spark might be necessary
under certain conditions to kindle this
feeling into a hostile outbreak."
If the sympathy of Americans is on
the side of England, it is Germany's
fault. A year ago, Germany had
more personal friends in America
than any other nation, and it is no
love for England that has impaired
America has had two wars with
England, in each of which that coun
try gave Americans great reason for
bitter feeling, and in spite of a hun
dred years of peace with that country
a good deal of that feeling exists to
day. Its a rather unreasonable feel
ing English people of today are not
in the least responsible for what their
ancestors of a hundred years ago did
and in that hundred years England
has treated us as fairly as any other
nation, and more fairly than some
nevertheless, prejudice is strong
against England in the United States
and had there been a straightout war
between Germany and Great Britain
Germany would have had the mos
friends, ten to one, in America
the reason why American senti
ment is against Germany is much
more on account of Belgium and
France than on account of England
We can't help feeling that France is
imposed upon and that the invasion
of Belgium is inexcusable. This feel
ing is added to by the undeniable fact
that Americans last winter kept alive
several hundred thousand Belgians
whom the Germans, after taking
away their means of support, left to
starve. We sympathize with France
of course. The average American
will sympathize with France against
any other nation. How can we help it
when we have a LaFayette county in
every state in the Union?
Sinking- the Lusitania greatly added
to the feeling against Germany. Let
any fair-minded German reflect how
he would feel if America and Britain
were at war, and if an American sub-
; marine had sunk a British ship, with
j 1200 non-combatants, among them a
hundred Germans, on board. He
'knows he would not excuse or for
give such an action, and he know
his government would obtain repara
tion or go to war about it. No other
British women have dropped tears
Electric Light Money is a Big Help
in Paying the-City's Expenses
In reporting the proceedings
i Tuesday night's meeting of the city
j council in Wednesday's paper, the
Star failed to mention the transfer of
$1500 from the electric light fund to
i the general fund.
' Following i3 the clerk's financial
Ocala, Fla., July Cth, 1915.
lonorable City Council, Ocala, Fla.
Gentlemen: Receipts and disburse
ments during the month of June are
Collected by tax collector:
nterest paid on deposits .
Collected by marshal:
Fines, police court
Delinquent personal taxes..
Collected by stock impounder:
Collected by clerk:
E. L. Dept., service 2,09o.41
E. L: Dept supplies.
E. L. Dept., meters
Market and house rent
Sale of city mule
W. W. Dept., rents
W. W. Dept., tapping, etc..
W. W. Dept., meters
Total collections .$ 5,525.43
Bal. on hand June 1, 1915 5,796.02
Warrants Drawn During June, 1915
Sal'ries, officers, clerks, etc.$ 65.00
Witness fees and costs 16.30
Feed for prisoners 11.40
Sundry expense 3.15
Sundry expense 128.19
Labor and expense zy4.0J
Health department 100.00
Pound expense 69.30
Advertising sale of bonds.. 12is.30
Redemption of note and in interest
terest interest .. ." 1,550.66
Supplies and repairs 5.50
E. L. Dept. 1,247.73
W. W. Department:
W. W. bond fund 67.39
Total warrants drawn 6,082.95
Disbursed by City Treasurer During
General fund $ 3,921.27
Electric light fund 1,323.28
Water works fund 1,031.67
Water works bond fund .... 67.39
Balance on Hand July 1st, 1915
General fund $ 602.90
Bond interest fund 187.55
Sinking fund 2,044.94
Electric light fund 2,177.51
W. W. fund (overdrawn).. 57.96
Water works bond fund . 20.00
Accounted for as Follows (As per
In Seaboard Natl. Bk, N. Y.$ 500.00
Sinking fund at interest... 800.00
Coupons paid (voucher wait waiting
ing waiting . 808.00
In Commercial Bank 2,869.84
Outstanding Scrip, July 1, 1915
General fund" ..$ 98.10
Electric light fund 75.00
Water works fund 33.24
H. C. Sistrunk, City Clerk.
Don't weaken your health by allow.
ing yourself to become constipated.
Take a mild, sure laxative. Nyals
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
Use Nyars iamiiy remedies. All
good good for all. Sold by Annex
Drug Store. 16-tf
On Saturday and Monday. 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol
lar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
W. K. Lane, M. U., "Physician and
Surgeon, specDMist Eye, Ear, Nve
and Throat. Law Library Building,
For plumbi.ig and electrical work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300 :t
Go North by Sea
MERCHANTS & MINERS TRANS.CO
New Steamers. Low Fares. Best
service. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points.
-For reservations, tickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY, AGENT
'- Jacksonville, Fla.
Tkay Poaad as Men and Fought With
tha British Army.
The British army Las bad Its women
soldiers, and two of them are buried in
the cemetery t Cblsea hospital. One
of these da nit Iluuuab Snell. a truc truculent
ulent truculent looking (enom whoso irtralt Is
preserved In the great ball of the hos hospital,
pital, hospital, served In the siege of Pondl Pondl-cherry
cherry Pondl-cherry and was badly wounded, her
ex being dlt-overel when she was re removed
moved removed to the hospital. She t-canie a
pensioner nud wore on ocenbions the
three cornered hat and uniform toat of
Chelsea and was at her own request
burled In tha uraveyard of the hospital.
Christina Dark was the other female
soldier burled In thU cemetery. She la
described as a "fat. Jolly woman."
Another Englishwoman who success successfully
fully successfully josed as a man and enll5td as a
soldier was Phoebe Hesse!, who was a
private in th Fifth fxt regiment an.l
fought at Fontenoy In 1745, under the
Duke of Cumberland, being severely
wounded. Ultimately she died at
Brighton lu 1S21 at the age of 10S.
The most famous Englishwoman
"soldier, however, was "Dr. James
Dairy. who joiuetl the medical corps
in 1S13 and served at Waterloo and In
the Crimea. In 1STS. after many promo promotions,
tions, promotions, she became inspector general,
and it was not until mnny years later
that the fact that she was a woman
was discovered. St. Louis Post-Dls
ELECTRICITY AND WATER.
Littla Danger In Turning a Hot on
Heavily Charged Wires.
The slight danger that firemen run
through the electric current passing
from heavily charged wires up the
stream of water they are squirting is
proved by nu experiment conducted by
L'go Tartaglinl aud reported In La
Rclenza jer TuttL
A trolley car wire charged with a di direct
rect direct current of .123 volts had one end
grounded; on the other end be directed
a stream from a hone with a nozzle fif
teen millimeters In diameter. At 2.110
meters dist.inre a voltmeter attached
to the nozzle registered twenty volts
At sixty-five i-entlmeters distance it
registered Kcrenty volts aud at twent
ceutlineters 210 volts. The average man
can stand a curreut of fifty volts with
out serious shock, so a fireman who
hold his nozzle five or six feet from n
live wire rubs no great danger.
Mr. Tartaglinl made the same expert
ment on two lines of alternating cur current,
rent, current, one with 2.300. the other with
-t.CiOO volts, ami the voltmeter did not
register any current In the stream of
water, nlthouuh a slight KlMck was per
ceptible wlu-n he put his hand into It.
With a chemical extinguisher he got a
current of I..V.0 volts nt 22T millime
ters from a wire with a current of 2.000
Ypres and Death.
In riolland and Flanders, according
to the Manchester Guardian. Ypres 1
connected in the mind of the people
with the idea of death. If a Dutchman
or a Fleming wishes to describe a par
tlcularly lugubrious person be will say
HU zlet er ult nls de dood ran Yper
en i"IIe looks like the death of
Ypres). This expression lias beeu pro
verbial shut Ypres was ravaged by the
plague In i:U!. "I he le.ith of Ypres" Is
a vivid expression like our "black
denth." I lit I it Is ii I so taken literal!.
for Vjirei i-- f ti
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Vour Order will have
J. L. SMOAR
At Smoak's Wagoo Shop.
elver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EUBUUERS
PHONES 47, 101, 305
has no terrors for the
housekeeper who has her
kitchen equipped with a
GAS RANGE and a
WATER HEATER. The
cooking and cleaning on
Long Hot Days
are made easy with the
help of these ideal ser servants.
vants. servants. LET THEM HELP YOU
Keep your range clean.
A dirty gas range will
make a big gas bill.
E. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
WILBUR VV. C. SMITH
Phone .10 Ocala, Fla.
Would be a good investment, would it not? I think so,
yet I have a better proposition to offer you.
I will sell you a New 5-Room Huriflalow, worth S10C0 or S1200 for
Furthermore I will rent the house from you at a price that will pay you 15
per cent, on the investment, and when times are jood it will pay 20 per eent
OFFER NO. 2
I will sell you a lot at 50 per cent discount. One lot to a customer. These
offers only hold good until JULY 10th. Let me show you.
aeaa cities r r lauder It I more den a
than 'Brue la tnorte. wblcb ovrn
Its reputation In this reiect more toj
George Itodrnluu-n's uorel and the rev reveries
eries reveries of otlier artists tban to actual
fact. "Ypres Bleep mid Itruen Blunt
bers." says a Dutch writer of travel
The manufacture of matches Is
complicated and elaborate process. In
wblch are used a succession of liieni
ous machines and devices wblch must
work nt nil times witb the utmost pre
clslon tiud delh-acy. It Li now possible
to turn out from a single dipping ma machine
chine machine about IXJO.U0O square matches an
hour. A green lott Is made into match
es and packed for shipment In less
than two hours.
-Why don't jou say Thank you.
Johnnie, vviicu you are handed 'any 'anything?"
thing?" 'anything?" said Mrs. Drown at the table
Your sister always says it."
-Yes. replied HtUe Johnnie, -she's
a woman and always wonts to have
the last word. Exchange.
I am going to buy a raven. a gen gentleman
tleman gentleman Informed his neighbor.
"Really? rejoined the latter. -What
MI want to see if these birds really
do live 300 years, as people say P
-George, father has failed."
"That's Just like him I I told yon all
along, darling, that be was going to do
all he could to keep ns from being
Very Much So,
"Didn't you think the operatic prima
donna had an unusually high voice?
"I should say she bad! My seat cost
me $51 Baltimore American.
Davy Jones' locker la a combination
of Duffy, a ghost or sprite among West
India negroes, and Jones, a contraction
. The world Is upheld by the veracity
of good men. They make the earth
NEW AUTOMOBILE ON CREDIT
If you want to purchase a new au automobile
tomobile automobile on easy payments, get the
information by addressing Box 1G4,
Ocala, Fla. 6-19-l?t
SEE THIS I'AKM on the Silrr
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetf les, milk and eggs, tf
SOME OF THE THINGS WE HAKE
3mxn Mfftl fthlncV.
Jax.n Mrtal CHHar.
Tmwm T reach aad Gwttra.
Ondart.r Pip FIttfar.
Rbpt Mrtal Rmi.
Metal BMk Xidtar.
Metal -St.a Kldlmg.
Arm. Ttfeatab!. Calvert a.
Imperial Riveted CaWerta.
Tarpeatlne SHU and Cap,
beet Mrtal Cralre.
Sheet Metal PkylUbt.
Irdff. Pip. a ad Flttta.
OaaeraJ Rboet Metal W.rker.
Aak ytr dealer .e writ m fr eaJa-
fa fLORIDA I IETAL PRODUCTS CO.
q SSe ETfigMti At,
Sold by the Ocala Lumber and
(VtWl I I)
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.Fresh Each Day
We are baking all kinds of Cakes every day un under
der under our 'DELICIOUS" brand, and every day if es
an increased demand. "Tbere's a Reason."
We are making
' Pound Cake
.You run no risk in buying "Delicious' colics,
as we guarantee every piece. If for ANY REASON
it is not satisfactory return it and get back yom
"The Home of Carter's Delicious Cakes'
NORTH MAIN ST. OCALA, FLA.
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TF YOUJ& Stenographer. DookSceepcz;
ETTyrg-'aerk. Tekpboaa Operator,
er ussy other fessala member ci jcur
dZca force Crxidcs to Scare Saturday,
J33 have cs!yto use tbe 'Female Help,
Wasted or "Situation Wasted Female
ccfcrnm cf -OUR PAPER'-w
to fcrtrj an a3- round-dsirafcle applicant
for t2se position brfgfct and ear! (he next
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OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, JULY 7. 1915
PROGRAM CHANGES DAILY
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS 1
(If you have any items for thi3 department, call 'phone 106)
THE UNMARRIED IIUS1JAND Lubin Drama.
Two reels, featuring Ethel Clayton.
THE STRENGTH OF SAMSON Seiig Comedy.
THE VINDICATION Biograp Drama.
COLOMBIA Biograph Drama in two parts.
ADMISSION: From 3:3 Oto 10:30. FIVE AND TEN CENTS
CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00.
Stale, County and City Depository.
Should Try the Refreshing Qualities
Phone Your Grocer for Small Case
Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works
l i .J
This is our
Manufactured for the pressing of
Palm Beach and Duck Suits. Being
heated by steam, it can not scorch.
The pressure being lircct, not sliding,
R H.ULU'" v-it can not wear cr tear. Call and see
Bif Ocala Steam Laundry
Phone 101 402-404 South Main St.
WMi,w.;3 'n;'iwmpy;..WLWiii-i.ipwptji.iii!iw .im ,..jn!i.ii
nf'.i(i'nitifc' tti'i .fir I m ii-.-ersXxJi
rrpRY our Fresh Meat it will
please you. Fresh Veg Vegetables
etables Vegetables iii season.
Also fine line of Groceries.
NEW YORK AND RETURN
Cwla25k mmZ jCSSL
Only Direct Line from Jacksonville
Fare includes meals and stateroom berth.
TICKETS NOW ON SALE GOOL ON ANY SHIP
FINAL RETURN LIMIT OCTOBER 31st.
Write for schedule and further particulars.
H. R WFN7FI FLORIDA rASSEXCER AGENT
Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of Lfbrty Street.
1 White Star Line Transfer Co. I
Paeking, Storing, Shipping of Freight, Furniture, Pianos and Safes. A
Y. Baggage Service the Best.
'S We Sell BEAVER BOARD Superior to Plaster or Ceiling in ?
Y Quality and Price INVESTIGATE.
COLLIEM EMOS., -'Proprietors.
Thought for the Day
Not what we have, but what we use;
Not what we see, but what we choose,
The?e are the things that mar or bless
The sum of happiness.
The things near by. not things afar;
Not what we .eem, but what we are
The-e are things that make or break.
That give the heart its joy or ache.
Not what seems fair, but what is true,
Not what we dream, but good we do
These are the things that shine like
Like stars, in Fortune's diadems.
Not as we take, but as we give;
Not as we pray, but as we live
J These are the things that make for
Both now and after time shall cease.
Interesting Mid-Summer Wedding
Of interest to many in this city,
where the bride-elect has visited, will
be the following from the Tampa
A wedding which will be of much
interest to a wide circle of relatives
and friends, will be that of Miss Min Minerva
erva Minerva Parrott Hamblin, to Mr. James
Ilervey Letton, Jr., on the morning of
Wednesday, July 14.
The marriage will occur at the home
of the bride's parents, Dr. and Mrs.
Alva Curtis Hamblin, Suburb Beau Beautiful,
tiful, Beautiful, at i:S0 o'clock. No formal in invitations
vitations invitations are being issued, and only
the oldest and closest friends of the
family will attend the wedding with
The marriage ceremony will be
pronounced by Rev. B. K. Thrower,
who was pastor of the First Meth Methodist
odist Methodist church when the bride-elect
was a little girl, and it was during
his pastorate that she became a mem member
ber member of the First Methodist church.
Miss Franklin Hamblin, the only
sister of the bride, will act as maid of
honor, with Miss Adeline Fuchs,
bridesmaid. Mr. Letton's brother, Mr.
J. R. Letton, of Paris, Ky., will be
best man, with Mr. W. Bethel Galla Gallagher,
gher, Gallagher, of Ocala, groomsman.
An informal reception is to follow
the wedding and the happy young
couple will leave on the noon train
for an xtended wedding trip before
going to their future home in Ken Kentucky.
tucky. Kentucky. Miss Hamblin is the younger
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Hamblin,
one of the best known families in the
city. The bride-elect is a very talent talented
ed talented young woman, possessing a charm charming
ing charming and attractive personality, and
she numbers her friends by her ac acquaintances.
quaintances. acquaintances. She will be greatly
missed by all, but every good wish for
her happiness and success will follow
her to her new and distant home. Miss'
Hamblin is a talented artist, and a
member of the Students' Art Club.
She is a musician also and has taken
an active part in the music and art
circles of the city's social life. She
will quickly make many friends in
her new home and Tampa's loss will
be their .gain.
Mr. Letton is a successful young
business man of Kentucky. He was
for some time cashier of the First
National Bank of Jackson, three years
ago being made vice president of the
bank. He has also been honored as
president' of the Kentucky Bankers'
association. At present Mr. Letton is
half owner and manager of a large
blue grass stock farm near Paris, Ky.
Miss Ilannie Ellis, who has been
spending some time at Altamonte
Springs with friends, is enjoying a
visit of several days to Daytona
Mrs. G. D. Washburn has gone to
Reddick to attend a gold medal con contest
test contest which will be held there tonight.
The chicken supper to be given to
night at the North Ocala Union
church at 7 o'clock will be given at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Roberts
if it rains or the elements look threat threatening.
ening. threatening. The ladies of the church solicit
a large patronage.
Mrs. C. R. Tydings and son Mr.
Robert Tydings, left today for Ac Ac-worth,
worth, Ac-worth, Ga., for a stay of two weeks,
after which they will go to Ohio for
an extended visit to relatives in Co Columbus,.
lumbus,. Columbus,. Hilliard and other points.
Mrs. C. F. Burgman and sister,
Mrs. A. W. Powers and Mrs. H. A.
Bernard, the Daytona Gazette News
correspondent for Seabreeze and Day Daytona
tona Daytona Beach, are a trio of Seabreeze
ladies well known in Ocala who have
left for the west to spend three
months visiting the Panama Exposi Exposition
tion Exposition and other places of interest.
Mrs. E. T. Porter of Lady Lake,
who is visiting in the city, is the
guest tonight of Miss Byrd Wart Wart-mann.
mann. Wart-mann. Mrs. J. M. Gross and niece. Miss
Martha Blakeney of Little Rock, Ark.,
have returned from a visit of a few
days to friends in St. Petersburg.
Miss Mary Gates has gone to
Gainesville to visit friends for a fort fortnight.
night. fortnight. Mrs. J. H. Livingston, Sr. left Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday for Birmingham, Ala., to visit
her daughter, Mrs. Battis Inglis for
A cordial invitation is extended the
general public to attend a chicken
supper to be given this evening at
! 7 o'clock at the North Ocala Union
church. Chicken will be served in all
styles, with accompanying dishes.
' The supper will be 25 cents, and ice
, cream and cake will be sold extra.
! The proceeds of the supper will go to to-i
i to-i ward canceling the last indebtedness
against the church.
MANY USES FOR GUNS.
Weathers-Arno'd Wedding in New
An event of more than ordinary
interest to many Floridians, on ac account
count account of the prominence and popular popularity
ity popularity of the groom, was the marriage
today of Miss Elizabeth Arnold of
New York City and Mr. Benjamin
Sebron Weathers of Jacksonville,
which was solemnized at noon at the
home of the bride in that city. The
wedding was the culmination of a
romance begun last winter while the
bride was enjoying an extended so sojourn
journ sojourn in Jacksonville.
Mr. Weathers is the second son of
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Weathers of this
city. He holds a responsible position
with the Florida National Bank,
Jacksonville, receiving last, year a
merited and high promotion and has
hundreds of friends here and else elsewhere
where elsewhere in the state who will extend
congratulations and sincere wishes
Mrs. Weathers is a talented young
woman, possessing a charming per personality.
sonality. personality. Last spring she was a guest
in the city for a few days at the
Weathers home and those who met
her then and the friends of her hus husband
band husband will anticipate her return visits
with much pleasure.
Mr. and Mrs. Weathers have gone
on a wedding trip, after which they
will return to Jacksonville, where
they will make their home.
Mr. Wallace Davis has returned
from a visit to his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. E. W. Davis in Orlando.
Miss Beatrice Boney returned Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday from a visit of two months to
her sister, Mrs. Clem Purvis at Rai-
ford and friends in Jacksonville.
Mrsi W. G. Mason and little daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, who have been visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Joe White, left Wednesday for
Plant City for an overnight visit be before
fore before returning to their home in Tam Tampa.
pa. Tampa. At the latter place they were
joined by Mrs. Mason's two sons.
Mrs. T. S. Trantham left today for
Stanton, where she will be a guest at
the Lytle home during the remainder
of July. Mrs. Trantham expects to
make occasional trips to Ocala during
that time, her first visit being next
Mr. George Brown of Sanford, who
has been visiting his cousins, Mr. and
Mrs. John Edwards for several weeks,
will leave in a few days.
The many Ocala friends of Miss
Gertrude Watson, formerly of Ocala,
now of Jacksonville, will be interest interested
ed interested to learn of her marriage in that
city last Saturday evening to Mr.
At his office in the courthouse this
afternoon Judge Smith united in mar marriage
riage marriage Mr. Max Harvey Warren and
Miss Edna Earl Walton. Mr. War Warren
ren Warren is a young Tennesseean, who has
been in Florida for a couple of
months, and will soon return with his
bride to that state. His bride is a
very pretty young lady from Miami,
who has been visiting her aunt, Mrs.
Newport, at Eastlake. Mr. and Mrs.
Warren returned to Eastlake this aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. Miss Hattie Carlton, who has been
visiting relatives in Jacksonville,
came home last night, accompanied by
her niece, Miss Blanche Carlton, who
will visit her grandparents awhile.
Mrs. Mary A. Spencer, district
tuberculosis nurse of the state board
of health, is in Ocala for a few days
in the interest of her line of work.
Mrs. Spencer's headquarters are at
Gainesville, and she is in charge of
the central district which includes the
counties of Alachua, Marion, Levy,
Citrus, Sumter, Hernando, Pasco and
Wmy Have Even Been th Mans at
Times of Saving Livta.
tJun would uoi g vveu if warfare
were atiolistied. For example, the slg slg-ual
ual slg-ual riiu if :i l.p H us-d Ui nuiiounCV
her urrixal on ; i-.it It would be
difficult ti find mi ju iliy effectlv
aulstltute. The I YIn k gun. too.
whl. b H tirtnl by elevtrklty from
OieenwKli iltrvnlcrj 1 the mot ef effective
fective effective m:ius ssiMe f antiotiut Inx
the exm-t ti:ue t Mirrminf jug twiis
while imthlit tuutv liiinrvx! ve -uiiK1
le found Ihaii the miuute gnu tired
J for ub!!.- tniiiiniiu and the jlute giv-
u iu m i asiuiis of pu!!lt- rejoU ings.
IiMj js.ive live U4 well U4 take tlieiu
lu desert countries, where ft l tlil!-ull
to co!le t water out of a mere dauip
ues. of utid.. gun liaruls are often
sunk Iut the ground. By thl uteau-
moisture Is col.ected in the bore aud
MEETING OF AUXILIARY
There will be a meeting of the Wo Woman!?
man!? Woman!? Auxiliary Board of the Marion
County Hospital Association, this
evening at 8 o'clock, at the resi residence
dence residence of Mrs. W. K. Zewadski. All
members are urged to be present, as
matters of importance will be brought
before the board.
Mrs. D. S. Wood row, Pres.
U. D. C. NOTICE
Dickison Chapter, U. D. C, will hold
its monthly business meeting Friday
afternoon at 4 o'clock at the home of
Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk.
Mrs. A. A. Winer, Rec. Sec'y.
AUTOMOBILES ON CHEDIT
many lives have tn-eii preserved by a
timely draw at the muzzle.
A tduver. captured with a crew of
slaves lu the tropics, was owe put in
charge of prize crew. During the
voyage water mn out mid slaves, lav lav-ers
ers lav-ers und prize crew were all dyiug of
thirst. Then u sergeant hit on a bril brilliant
liant brilliant idea. Taking all the available
gun barrels, he plugged up the breach
end of a few of them, filled their
bore with sea water and set them end
up among the coals of the galley fire.
Then as the steam rose be ran it
through the other guu barrels till It
cooled. The cooling steam collected Id
the shape of excellent fresh water and
by this means scores of lives were
saved. Pearson's Weekly.
Th Epitaph Over Sir Hnry Liwrtnc,
the Lucknow Hero.
There Is a simple tomb In Lucknow,
In India, that cost no more than manj
a plain farmer' gravestone In our ru rural
ral rural burying places, but Clarence Poe
declares that it Impressed him mora
than anything else he saw in India ex except
cept except the Himalayas, the Taj Mahal
and the view of Benares from the
It is the tomb or the heroic Sir Hen Henry
ry Henry Lawrence, who died so glorious a
death In the great mutiny of 1S57. No
commander In all India had planned
more wisely for the defense of the
men aud women under bis care, but
the siege had only begun when he was
mortally wouuded. lie called his suc successor
cessor successor and his associates to him. and
at last, having omitted no detail of
counsel or Information that might en enable
able enable them to carry out his farseelng
plans, be roused himself to dictate bis
own Immortal epitaph:
Here Lie a
Who Tried to Do His Duty.
May the Lord Have Mercy on His SouL
And so today these lines, sublime In
their simplicity, mark his last resting
place, and you feel that not even the
great Akbar In Secundra or Napoleon
In Paris has a worthier monument-
Although bull baiting was a cruel
pastime, it was also a fulfilling of the
law, for formerly no butcher was al allowed
lowed allowed to offer for sale the flesh of any
bull that had not been baited. Tbs
goading of the animal In a fury was
supposed to have some Influence on the
flesh. In a similar belief the flesh of a
hunted hare was thought to be superior
In flavor to that of one that had been
shot, and a present of a hunted hare"
was considered to be a special compli compliment.
ment. compliment. In the records of the corpora corporation
tion corporation of Leicester. England, the follow following
ing following order appears: "At a common ball,
held on Thursday before St. Simon and
St. Jude. 1407. no butcher to kill a bull
till baited'.- At Winchester It was or ordered
dered ordered frelgn of Henry 'VII L that
from hensfortb ther shal be no but but-stake
stake but-stake set before any mayor's dore to
bayte any bull, but onlie at the buli buli-ringe
ringe buli-ringe within the salde cytle."
Her Only Course.
Lady Anne Lindsay, the author of
the old poem "Auld Robin Gray." was
not only a delightful conversationalist,
but she was a great story teller.
This gift made her not only a wel welcome
come welcome guest abroad, but a valuable
member of the home circle, for It Is
related In "A Group of Scottish Wom Women"
en" Women" that nt a dinner party which she
was giving to some friends an old man manservant
servant manservant caused some amusement by
saying In a perfectly audible under
My lady, you must tell another sto story.
ry. story. The second course won't be ready
for five minutes.
What He Saved.
Good! shouted the friend of the
bibliophile as the latter emerged from
the burning house carrying a bundle
of books. Ild you save your Shake
-No. replied the bibliophile, comb combing
ing combing a spark out of his whiskers; I
saved my Bacon." IIoustoD Post.
Same Old Stuff.
"Black specks dance tefore my eyes,
doctor. complained the society pa patient.
tient. patient. That is very annoying and monoto monotonous.
nous. monotonous. Ves. Tbey never have any new
da nces. Kansas City Journal.
As to Jarley.
That man Jarley Is without any ex exception
ception exception the most Inaccurate man I eve'
knew. tea id Do'.son. "Tell me. Jones,
does be pver jrt anything risht?
Oh. ye. replied Jones. "Anything
that Is left Jarley will always get
COME TO THE SUNSHINE CITY
Do you want to get the latest
model, most popular medium priced
automobile on easy payments? If so
address Box 1C4, Ocala, Fla. 1-m.
When you are in need of tin roof roofing,
ing, roofing, guttering, tanks or any kind of
sheet metal work, call on Yonge &
If you want to keep cool and take a
plunge in the bay. Y"ou will find good
rooms and board at $5 per week at
82G Central avenue, St. Petersburg,
Ha. Mrs. L. P. Butler. 25-tf
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, if
77ie -square s
BX.1 J?SUAR DEAL WINS; WE KNOW IT. YOU
WILL GET IT FROM US; AND YOU VILL KNOW IT
EVRY TIME YOU BUY AND USE OU HARD-
JJJ&9,TYTHAT COUNTS. IT IS OUR RULE
JSSPXZPJSSS' PLIABLE HARDWARE AT
p8S&-54Hrf ICES- TO STAND BACK OF
EVERYTHING WE SELL AND "MAKE GOOD."
WE CARRY THE STOCK.
PHONE 1 18,
- OCALA, FLA.
"WE TREAT YOUR LAUNDRY WnrTTr
Mo Exttra Onsnrcfe
II For delivering work the same dav it is received if It U nt in rlv
I and immediate delivery requested. This feature of OUR LAUNDRY
; is quite convenient for traveling men and transient people generally."
J We use the best of Everything that goes to giving absolute satisfac-
tion. Your clothes will last longer when laundered with modern
g appliances man by the antiquated methods of years gone by. Come
in ana inspect our plant and seo our methods of handling collars.
Imperial Steam Laundry
Phone 21, Ocala, Fla.
WORTH, EAST or
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See That Your Ticket Reads
SV1TD AST LOl'G
STAN HARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
M. R WILLIAMS, J. G. KIRKLAND,
Ticket Agent, Ocala. Fla. D. P. A., Tampa, Fla.
Try one of thos frosted pints cf
Pabst's Blue Ribbon at Johnny's. XI
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' Starts at Temple Thenlcr, FrlCr.y, Jiilr -
Story Begins in the STAH VJcCzizz
OCALA EVENING STAR THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1915.
Nyal's White Liniment. Use it for
aches and pains, bruises and sprains.
Sold ty Annex Drug Store. 10-tf
Mr. C. E. Hood of Dunnellon was in
On Saturday ana Monday, 1G
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
Mr. Geo. L. Taylor has7 returned
from his visit to Atlanta.
"Carter's Delicious" slice cake is
sold by all the leading grocers. Ask
for it. Eight ounces for ibc. tf
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. McCranie of Ilig Ilig-ley
ley Ilig-ley were in town in their car Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday. Have you tried those delicious Max Max-ixe
ixe Max-ixe cherries? 50 cents per pound, at
Mr.-L. II. Pillans of the Smith Gro Grocery
cery Grocery Company returned last night
from a trip to Orlando, where he was
called on account of the illness of his
brother, who is now much improved.
"Carter's Delicious" slice cake is
made clean, sold clean and delivered
clean. Ask your grocer for Carter's
Mr. Arthur Sewall has leased the
south store in the Wallis building
for demonstration purposes for dis displaying
playing displaying a very ingenious machine for
the saving of time and labor on
A full line of loose leaf ledgers,
note books and memorandums al always
ways always on hand at Gerig's. tf
William Dellon, who graduated
from the St. Petersburg high school
this-year, is at Ocala, the guest at his
uncle's farm. Mr. Dellon expects to
remain there for several weeks be before
fore before returning home. He writes that
he is having the time of his life. St.
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open nignt
and day. Merchant's Cafe. tf
The county judge has issued mar marriage
riage marriage licenses to Mr. William, Simp Simpson
son Simpson Holmes and Miss Dollie Mae Mil Miller,
ler, Miller, to Mr. A. Gunam and Miss Florrie
Another fresh shipment of Triola
sweets just in at Gerig's. tf
Mr. T. C. Luckie has returned from
his trip to North Carolina. On his
way home, he stopped for a visit with
Mrs. Luckie at Daytona.
A new line of high grade stationery
in all the latest styles and cuts at
Our veteran fellow citizen, Capt.
Tucker, spent tx very good night last
night, and is much better today. He
is able to take nourishment and seems
to be a great deal better.
ThePerf ectWomanwith iFormDivine"
In the Original Fairy
Beyond all question of doubt the most beauti- l
fulf thrilling and fascinating spectacle
ADMISSION: Children Under 12, 25e; Adults, 35c.
Shows Commencing 3:30, 5:15, 7 and 8:45 P. M.
E A IB
Tickets sold for all regular trains, good to return to and including
JULY 22nd, 1915.
- Leave Ocala
1:50 A. M.' 1:17 P. M. 4:30 P.M.
(4:30 train only for Tampa.)
C. Z. PHILLIPS, A. G. P. A. JOHN COISSEAU, C. T. A.,
Jacksonville, Fla. Qcala, Fla.
This report 13 made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. Max. Min R.F.
July 1 ,..-83 s 72 .24
July 2 .' 88 70 .12
JulyS 91 70 .02
July 4 93 72 .24
July 5 '....90 73 .41
July 5 00 72 .41
July 7 -.94 73 1.23
Generally fair tonight and Friday.
The Temple will have a fine show
tonight, with "The Unmarried Hus Husband,"
band," Husband," a Lubin drama; the "Strength
of Samson," a Selig comedy, and two
fine Biograph dramas. Note in your
memorandum book that Neptune's
Daughter will be here Monday.
Mr. Herman Warshauer gave a
number of his friends a birthday din dinner
ner dinner today at the home of Mr. Marcus
Frank on Oklawaha avenue. It was an
elaborate affair and the culinary end
of it was under the direct supervision
of Charles RodofT, the expert chef.
Mr. Warshauer has as guests on the
occasion Messrs. B. Goldman, Morris
and Isaac Fruchtman, Frederick Pe Pe-zullo,
zullo, Pe-zullo, J. Goldman and Marcus Frank.
The menu was a lengthy affair and
would have been a credit to the
Waldorf or Delmonico's.
"Wilson and Bryan Split" is appear
ing on jthe menu of one of the soda
fountains in the city. It is the latest
drink and of it an exchange says:
Mystery surrounds the ingredients of
the new thirst quencher, but it is
redolent of New Freedom ginger,
Chautauqua Lake water, sour grapes
and German bitters. It is warranted
to start riots in peace meetings and
arouse even stone deaf drinking to
yodeling. Served with a slice of home
grown Nebraska lemon, it is declared
to be a sure product of political ob
Houses for rent on Daugherty
street, all modern conveniences. Ap Apply
ply Apply to A. G. Gates at Gates' Gar
Mr. John W. Pelot, an Ocala boy
now making his home in Arcadia, has
recently been appointed census enu
merator.of DeSoto county. The cen
sus reports should be in by October 1,
but Mr. Pelot hopes to complete his
duties by the middle of September.
Arrangements made be made for
the entertainment of 'parties at the
home of R. G. Weriwck, Eastlake
Bath room, sleeping porches, croquet
grounds, fishing and bathing in Lake
Weir. 7-9-1 1
A Cough Remedy that Relieves
Its prepared from the healing pine
balsam, tar and honey all mixed in a
pleasant, soothing cough syrup called
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. Thousands
have benefited by its use no need
your enduring that annoying cough or
risking a dangerous cold. Go to your
dealer, ask for a 25c. original bottle
Dr. Hall's Pine-Tar-Honey, start us
ing at once and get rid of your cough
and cold. Adv. 2
DIAI1ID WAS DROWIIEO
Weather Clerk Tipped the Tank Over
Just as the Ocala and Clearwater
teams were lining up for a game yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, the bottom fell out of the sky
and rain came down solid. Ocala has
a very good diamond, but it sure was
flooded yesterday. Everybody sought
shelter, but when the rain let up, the
crowd was too damp for a game, so
the crowd adjourned till today.
The boys are trying to make up for
lost time today with a double header,
and the first game was called at 2:30.
Following are the line-ups:
Ocala: Harris, If; Anderson, p; Din-
kins, rf; Zewadski ss; Batts, cf; Da
vis, 2b; Bullock, c; Dewey, 3b; Cha Cha-zal,
zal, Cha-zal, lb.
Clearwater: Dodge, 2b; Couch, If;
Kirk, 3b; Thomas, c; Howell, rf; Mc-
Mullen, lb; Davis, cf; Cobb, ss;
At 3:30, Clearwater was ahead in
the third inning. The score was Ocala
1; Clearwater, 3.
SOUTH LAKE WEIR
South Lake Weir, July 7. Messrs.
William Albertson and Paul Schmidt
have just returned from Tampa,
where they had been for a few dayt
Mr. Chas. E. Brown and family of
Webster, came up in their auto Mon Monday
day Monday to visit with Mrs. Brown's par parents
ents parents for a few days and then from
here they will go on to Saluda, N. C,
for a month's stay among the moun mountains.
tains. mountains. Mr. E. B. TCilliam and family left
here last week for Mr. Killiam's old
home in Fairhaven, Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. John Dolson enter entertained
tained entertained quite a gathering at Bonnie
View Monday, the 5th.
Mr. and Mrs. Summers of Summer Summer-field,
field, Summer-field, spent Monday with Mr. Ilickey
There are several camping tents
around the lake just now and all are
enjoying the bathing in the lake.
Mr. R. A,. Anderson of Ocala .spent
Sunday and Monday with friends here.
Jerome E. Wideman, D. F. Dunkle,
Dr. Lytle, Roscoe Anthony and Spen Spencer
cer Spencer Lainhart have leased the large
mansion on the Ocean boulevard next
to Gus' bath for a month. The boys
expect to enjoy early morning surf
bathing and will keep house and do
their own cooking, and will be at
home to their friends all July long. On
the 9, 10 and 11 and other set days of
the month special house parties will
be given to their friends of both
sexes. Mij.mi Herald.
, Dr Lytle is one of our Marion
county boys and we are justly proud
of him. He has been practicing den dentistry
tistry dentistry in Palm Beach for a year and
no doubt needs the recreation after a
Electra, July 7. Rev. Gorbitt filled
his regular appointment here last
Sunday, morning and evening, both
services being attended by a large and
The picnic at the school house last
Saturday, celebrating the 4th, was a
grand success, due to the old reliable
promoters managing it and the hearty
cooperation and genial spirit of all
present. Ice cream and watermelons
were served in abundance and a sump sumptuous
tuous sumptuous dinner enjoyed at the noon hour.
Late in the afternoon bathing and
tennis were engaged in by the young younger
er younger set. Ocala, Candler, Mucland, Moss
Bluff and Lynne people enjoyed this
pleasant occasion with the community
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Douglass and
two sons and Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Douglass drove from Lake City to
this point last Wednesday afternoon
in G. A. Douglass' new car.
Mrs. G. A. Douglass and Masters
Clifford and John Douglass are visit visiting
ing visiting Mrs. R. A. Halford and family.
Mrs. Stuart of South Florida is
spending some time with Mrs. J. E.
Mrs. David Sellers was accompanied
home by her sister, Mrs. Higgin Higgin-botham
botham Higgin-botham of Brooksville.
Mr. J. C. Pillans made a hurried
trip to Ocala Saturday morning, re returning
turning returning in time for the picnic.
G. J. Halford came home for the
Miss Ruth Gorbitt was a pleasant
visitor in our burg last Saturday and
Mr. B. F. Stebleton had the misfor misfortune
tune misfortune to have his mill break down Mon Monday
day Monday afternoon.
Messrs. G. A. Douglass and W. B.
Douglass and wife returned to Lake
City Thursday afternoon.
Tired, Aching Muscles Relieved
Hard work, over-exertion, mean
stiff, sore muscles. Sloan's Liniment
lightly applied, a little quiet, and your
soreness disappears like magic. "Noth "Nothing
ing "Nothing ever helped like your Sloan's Lin Liniment.
iment. Liniment. I can never thank you enough,
writes one grateful user. Stops suffer suffering,
ing, suffering, aches and pains. An excellent
counier-irruant, Detter and cleaner
than mustard. All druggists, 25c. Get
a bottle today. Penetrates without
rubbing. Adv. 2
Los It Charm.
It's difficult for a newly married
man to generate much enthusiasm
over his bride's beautiful hair after
he has seen her pile it on the bureau
for tbe night.
Beauty More Than Skin Deep.
A beautiful woman always has good
digestion. If your digestion is faulty.
Chamberlain's Tablets will do you
good. Obtainable everywhere. Adv.-
WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR SALE Potato VINES; Porto
Rico Yams and Nancy Halls, $1.25
per thousand. No order too large and
none too small. Shipped following day.
J. J. Driggtrs, Oklawaha, Fla. 9-5t-w
FOUND A pair of chauffeur's gog goggles.
gles. goggles. Finder may have same by call calling
ing calling at this office and paying reward
and expenses. 8-Ct
BLACK PEA SEED $2 per bushel.
Bitting & Mathews. 9-tf-wky
PIANO FOR SALE J. & G. Fisher
instrument, with ivory keys; in thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly good condition; cheap for
cash or on easy payment plan. E. C.
Jordan & Company, 223 W. Broad Broadway.
way. Broadway. Phone 10. 7-6t
FOR SALE Twin Indian motorcycle,
1914 model, equipped with lights, ex extra
tra extra seat, etc.; in excellent condition. A
bargain. Call at 726 E. Third street.
Phone 184. 7-7-3t
WANTED A party of two or three
to go to Miami in Overland car, leav leaving
ing leaving Ocala or Eastlake Thursday
morning. For particulars phone Mar Marion
ion Marion Bottling Works. 7-6-2t
FOR SALE Young mare, 7 to 8
years old, good saddle horse, works
double or single; five head young milk
cows and two calves; washing ma machine;
chine; machine; five acres of corn ground.
Reasonable price. Address Box C2,
Belleview, Fla. 7-7-6t
WANTED A first class turpentine
woodsman, married but without chil children.
dren. children. Must be strictly sober arid a
hustler, willing to work for small sal salary.
ary. salary. Apply Fairfield Naval Stores Co.,
Fairfield, Fla. 28-12t
FOR RENT Five-room cottage with
modern conveniences, gas, electricity,
baths, etc. Apply to Mrs. Jake Brown,
North Tuscawilla street, or phone
FOR RENT Well located and nlcelj
furnished rooms in residence 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. 19-1 ma
WANTED lo borrow $1000 for five
years at 8 per cent interest. Loan
will be secured by mortgage on grove
property on Lake Weir. Address
"Cash," care Star. 2-6t
FOR RENT Four furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished rooms; lights, city or cis cistern
tern cistern water; cheap. Phone 3S2. 3-4 1
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the citv.
Ambition ills Ssihg
la the expectant mother's mind there
ts no limit to what the future has In store,
7 and yet daring the pe
riod or expectancy,
much depends upon
the physical comfort of
the mother. One of the
best aids Is a remedy
known as 'Mother
Friend." Applied orer
the muscle. It pene penetrates
trates penetrates to the net work
of nerves. reUeres the
pains incident to
Btretchlnj of cords and
UrarnenU, makes them
pliant, induce daily
comfort, restful nights.
a calm mind and pleasant anticipation. Yon
use it with your own hand, apply tt as need needed,
ed, needed, and at once feel a sense of relief.
Mothers who have learned all this frosu
experience tell of the blessed relief from
morning sickness, tne absence of strain and
the undoubted healthful Influence imparted to
the coming baby.
Get a bottle of this splendid bcTp today.
Phone your nearest drag-jrhrt or send for it.
Then write Brad field Regulator Co 40ft La Lamar
mar Lamar Bid., Atlanta, Ga for a valuable book
of instruction for expectant mothers.
"Mother's Friend" is recommended every everywhere
where everywhere by women who have used it. And you
can read some very Interesting letters if you
write for this book.
Three-year-old Dorothy, who was al allowed
lowed allowed to play on the parkway, was
told by her mother she must not get
acquainted with strange people. One
day an organ grinder with a monkey
stopped to play and Dorothy made
friends at once. As the organ grinder
moved away Dorothy followed, her
mother called to her. and she paused
long enough to say: Tse yest gettln
Qvainted wlf iroik-pT. not man's."
The classical Greeks had veterina veterinarians.
rians. veterinarians. But veterinary medicine and
surgery did not originate with the
Greeks. So far as we know to the
contrary. It had Its start with the
Egyptians, the wonderful people who
seem to have originated most of the
useful arts that are here today.
Moss Bluff, July 7 Miss Addye
Morrison spent the first part of the
week with her sister, Mrs. A. M. Mor Morrison.
rison. Morrison. Mrs. Collins and little son Robert,
spent Wednesday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. W. D. Douthit.
Mr. A. W. Fort and son Dan, and
Mr. O. Fort made a'business trip to
A few of the Bluffite3 attended the
picnic at Electra Saturday.
Miss Sallie Morrison spent Sunday
with Misses An$ry and Celia Collins.
Mr. M. J. Collins and son Jim, and
Mr. Ira Lewis, who is working at
Umatilla, spent the latter part of last
week with home folks.
Mrs. Barber of Electra. made a very
pleasant call at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Dillon Long- Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Peter Miller who has been vis visiting
iting visiting friends here, returned to his
home at Schnectady, N. Y., Friday.
Mr. Jim Collins made a pleasant
visit to Ocala Friday.
POTTER PRESS AT A BARGAIN
This office is installing a new press
and will dispose of its Potter cylinder
press at a bargain. The press is in
excellent working order and it is the
press on which all of our book, cir circular
cular circular and pamphlet work is being
done. Price, $230, loaded on car at
Ocala. Delivery must be made when
new press is installed, sometime be between
tween between JtHy 1st and 10th. If interest interested
ed interested communicate with us at once. You
will not again have such a bargain of offered,
fered, offered, d&w The Star, Ocala.
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"Last winter I used Chamberlain's
Liniment for rheumatic pains, stiff stiffness
ness stiffness and soreness of the knees, and
can conscientiously say that I never
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The car that has practically every high priced car feature. The car that
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Holds the road at 50 miles an hour.
UK 8E OS
Nature and science combine to make it so. Every precaution is laic -r. t
protect it from contamination while it goes through the processes which re result
sult result in a cube f glistening goodness.
Full weight and is factory service z with this good ice of ours. Let u
have your custom--we deserve it.
Ocala Ice -& PacMitcf Co
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O If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Bkck-
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g years of splendid success proves its value. Good for
q young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 2i cents.
starter and electric lights S55 extra.
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Agent for Marlon County
wonderful benefit I have re