VOL. 21. OCALA, FLORIDA, FBI DAY, AUGUST 27, 1915 NO. 203
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE
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Intention of Germany to Give America Full
Satisfaction for the Arabic
WILL MAKE -MORE THAT A DISAVOWAL IF IT IS FOUND THAT THE STEAMER WAS SINK
Washington, Aug. 27. Count von
Bernstorff, acting on instructions
from Berlin, notified Secretary Lans Lansing
ing Lansing today that "full satisfaction"
would be give'n the United States for
sinking the Arabic. He explained that
Germany will make more than a mere
disavowal if it is found the ship was
sunk without warning.
MAY TRY TO ATONE FOR THE THE-LUSITANIA
LUSITANIA THE-LUSITANIA Bernstoff corifered half an hour
with Secretary Lansing. The subject
of reparation for lives of Americans
lost on the Lusitania, which it is
thought may come up was not broach broached.
ed. broached. It is the disposition of the Ger German
man German embassy to take up one step at
The ambassador didn't make public
the extent of the instructions on which
he acted. It is understood, however,
that they coincided entirely with the
German foreign ministers' statement
to the associated press yesterday.
OCALA CAPTURED A
BASKET OF GOOSE EGGS
Beaten Eleven to One by the Gem
The game between. Ocala and Pa Pa-latka
latka Pa-latka ended yesterday afternoon with
a smashing victory for Palatka, which
walloped the home team by a score of
11 to l.
The only explanation of this one onesided
sided onesided event is that the very good vis visiting
iting visiting team played better yesterday
than it did the day before, and the
Ocala team played much worse.
Anderson pitched for Ocala until
the eighth, when John Chazal took his
place, and Bartley caught. No use
in criticising the home boys. They
have had very little opportunity to
practice lately and did the best they
Following is a detailed report of
Spitznigle did his usual stunt of
striking out, which he did four times
during the game. Edmonson sent a
hot one to center for a double. Don Donaldson
aldson Donaldson followed suit, scoring Edmon Edmonson.
son. Edmonson. Robinson thought he would in increase
crease increase his average by bringing in
Donaldson. He made second on the
throw in. Chapman singled.. Then
the long but not lean and lanky, red-
ielder, Holt, thought he
would make Batts exert himself a
little. He slammed it to the right
field fence and it bounced off the top.
He ambled around to third, while
Robinson and Chapman scored. Brin-
son and Barstow flew out to Chazal
In the second inning, Ocala scraped
over a run. Davis walked, Zewadski
sacrificed, Galloway walked and was
forced at second on Dewey's grounder.
Dewey played off and drew the ball
down to first. Davis started for
heme, the first baseman dropped the
ball and both were safe. Bartley
In the fourth inning Holt again
amused the fans with a little fence
work. Donaldson struck out, Robinson
doubled to center and went to third
when Chapman was thrown out at
first. Holt then came up. Manager
Hunter yelled to walk him but An Anderson
derson Anderson didn't hear him. After per performing
forming performing a few circus stunts at the
plate, Holt stepped into one and sent
it sailing over the right field fence.
When he reached first he lay down
and took a nap, but with the kind as assistance
sistance assistance of Galloway he reached sec second.
ond. second. WTien he got as far as the home
plate he hid his face; the bashful
boy was ashamed to touch the. plate.
There was quite some racket about
now. This is about all there was to
the game. Holt was walked the next
timej to the disappointment of peo people
ple people who stayed just to see him per perform
form perform again.
r The attendance of home people was
slender, but a big crowd from Palat-
f pi ii
ka helped fill the grandstand and
made a good showing in the auto
circle. The small attendance of Ocala
people discouraged the visitors, so
they went back home yesterday eve evening
ning evening instead of waiting to play an another
other another game today.
HARMONIOUS MEETING WITH A
There was a good attendance at
the Board of Trade meeting last
night, and over an hour was passed
in harmonious discussion of various
matters of importance to the city.
The secretary had a number of in interesting
teresting interesting letters to read, and with
these and the observations they call called
ed called forth the discussion' was like the
"good of the order" part of the aver average
age average lodge program.
The little three week's old son ot
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Rogers, of Lynne,
who has been ill, and has been at the
home of Dr. Henry at Lake Weir for
the past week, is rapidly recovering.
Mr. and Mrs. Roger's 8 year old
daughter, Jennie, who has been ill, is
The one year old son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. L. Rogers, of Welborne,
whose death was daily expected for
some time is now thought to be out
of danger. Both Mr. W. L. and Mr.
O. H. Rogers are sons of Col. and Mrs.
R. F. Rogers, of this city.
Times-Union: Tallahassee, Aug.
27. Charles A. Finley, the well
known and popular secretary of the
Florida state senate, announces to
his friends and acquaintances the ap approaching
proaching approaching marriage of his daughter,
Miss Edith Adle Finley, to Mr. Robert
Gundry Crowgey, of Jacksonville,
which will occur at the home of her
sister, Mrs. Annie Belle Helvenston,
at West Palm Beach, on September
NAVAL STRENGTH OF
THE GERMAN NATION
Copenhagen, Aug. 27. The Ger German
man German under-sea fleet at present com
prises fifty-eight submarines, accord
ing to a neutral authority who has
just returned to Denmark from Ger Germany.
many. Germany. Germany's Baltic fleet, ac
cording to the same authority, con
sists of thirty-eight warships.
The public is hereby notified that
there will be no changes in -the school
text books used in Marion county
from what they have been for the
last five years during the next two
years. This is by a special act of the
last legislature and also a general
act postponing the changing of the
state adoption until 1917.
Also, the board of public instruc
tion will meet on Tuesday, August
J 31, 1915, instead of at the regular
j meeting time. At that time the
teacher's examination will be in pro progress
gress progress and there will be no school bus
Very respectfully yours,
2twky J. H. Brinson, Supt.
FOR A St-KAJNED "ANKLE
If you will get a bottle of Cham
berlain's Liniment and observe the di
rections given therewith faithfully,
ycu will recover in much less time
j than is usually required. Obtainable
WIFE AND CHILDREN OF GEN-
ERAL PERSHING BURNED TO
DEATH IN THEIR HOME
( AsfocIa.ted rress)
San Francisco, Aug. 27. The wife
of Brigadier General John J. Persh
ing and three of her four children,
were burned to death at their home in
the Presidio here this morning. The
explosion of a night lamp is thought
to have been the cause. Mrs. Persh Pershing
ing Pershing is a daughter of Senator Warren,
of Wyoming. General Pershing now
commands the American troops at El
PURITAN AND CAVALIER
Joined in Dissent from Opinions Ex
pressed by Cole Blease
Boston, Aug. 27. Cole Blease's
speech, in which he approved "Lynch
Law," provoked further dissent this
morning. Gov, Walsh, of Massachu
setts, said he objected to Blease's
statement, "when mobs are no longer
possible, liberty will be dead." He
declared he believed there is no lib
erty without obenience to law.
Suart, of Virginia, declared his
state believed in rigid law enforce
ERSKINE GOES TO
To Take Charge of British Interests
In a Big Cotton Territory
Portland Oregon, August 27.
Thomas Erskine, British consul here,
was notified today he would be trans transferred,
ferred, transferred, on September 1st, to New Or
leans to take charge of British inter
ests in Louisiana, Florida, Mississippi
MINERS WANT MORE MONEY
South Wales Coal Diggers are yet
London, Aug. 27. Nearly ten
thousand workers in the South Wales
coal fields have struck, according to
a Newport Wales dispatch to the Ex Exchange
change Exchange Telegraph.
CABLE FROM CARRANZA
Says There is No Starvation in Blexi Blexi-co
co Blexi-co City
Washington, Aug. 27. Caranza
cabled his agency here that the re reports
ports reports of people starving in Mexico
City are untrue.
EVIDENCE IS LACKING
OF GERMAN ACTIVITY
Washington, Aug. 27. Secretary
of War Garrison says that for months
the war department has been receiv receiving
ing receiving letters from all parts of the
country reporting alleged German
activities, such as the masking of
big gun foundations in tennis courts
and building foundations. No evi evidence
dence evidence has been discovered, the secre secretary
tary secretary said to substantiate the reports.
Ask for BUTTER NUT bread and
don't let anyone make you believe
that any other is "just as good."
Fresh every day at Carter's bakery, tf
iSSIS IB RESOLVED MMM III
ALWAYS FIGURED Oil DltAWIIIB All IIIVAD11
Petrograd, Aug. 27. The evacua- j
tion of Poland was decided upon by
Russia in 1910, declares the Russky
Invalid, the Russian military organ,
in a discussion of the general staff's
before-the-war plans for the defense
of the western frontier.
"Before the war, says the journal.
"Russia anticipated that in the event
of war Austria and Germany, because
of their rapid means of mobilization
and immense technical resources,
would turn their attention first of all
against Russia. To frustrate this
plan it was decided in 1910 that the
Russian territory jutting into Ger Germany
many Germany and the fortified places west of
Brest-Litovsk should not be organiz
ed for a state of war. The region
further east was chosen for the con concentration
centration concentration of the Russian forces.
"It would have been dangerous to
attribute too great an importance to
and to have held on to the Narew and
Vistula, with their fortified towns. It
is better to take advantage of the
depth of our theater of war to draw
the German armies far from their
base and to force them to exhaust
themselves. To this end it was nec necessary
essary necessary to sacrifice the Polish salient.
Three months have elapsed since the
Russian army started to put this plan
into execution. Constant marching,
fighting and privations weaken the
enemy. There are already evidences
that the moral force of the German
army is weakening in its attack, and
prisoners confirm that the weakening
is not only moral, but physical.
"This war will be decided by the
armies in battle, and it is of no im importance
portance importance where this battle "will take
place. Thus our retreat assures us
victory,' for our armies arc only, now
beginning to develop, while an abun abundance
dance abundance of munitions of war awaits i us
in the near future, thanks to the
mobilization of the national industry
and to the orders placed abroad,
whereas for the moment the enemy is
in a favorable position in this regard.
"A glance backward shows that at
the beginning of the war the Ger Germans
mans Germans threw the mass "of. their army
against France. This leap forward on
their part had happy results for us,
for we advanced into enemy terri territory,
tory, territory, notably in Galicia; now the
tables are turned. However, it is im impossible
possible impossible to hamper the liberty of
movement of the Russian army in any
particular region or on any particular
frontier, and it would be impractica impracticable
ble impracticable to waste garrisons 'in defending
fortified towns -which are none too
safe, as the Austrians did in Prze Prze-mysl.
mysl. Prze-mysl. That is why, examining, after
a year of war, the map of the Rus
sian front, we see the necessity for
the living Russian armies to man maneuver
euver maneuver and deploy on their batee line.
This would be the most useful object
to aim at, especially in view of the
situation which has prevailed since
the month of April.
"At the present time we have
against us nearly all the German cav cavalry,
alry, cavalry, nearly all of the Austrian army,
and more than half of the total Ger German
man German forces about 70 divisions and
the enemy artillery has numerous
guns of all calibers. The Russian
army is offering a heroic resistance;
it is not only standing up under the
most hellish fire, but it is inflicting
countless losses upon the enemy, and
wearing them out, notwithstanding
his technical perfection. We are get getting
ting getting nearer to our supplies of am ammunition,
munition, ammunition, by means of which we will
correct our line and throw back the
enemy. If only for this reason we
can say that the evacuation of War Warsaw,
saw, Warsaw, the line of the Vistula, Ivan Ivan-gorod,
gorod, Ivan-gorod, Novo Georgievsk will make
certain that the Russian offensive
this time will be definite and irre irresistible.
sistible. irresistible. "At the threshhold of the second
year of war Russian has the most
definite plans for the issue of the
campaign, while maintaining at the
same time the firm resolution to wage
this fight to a victorious end."
MANNING NOW DIRECTOR
Washington, Aug. 27. Van Noy IL
Manning, assistant director of the
Bureau of Mines, has been appointed
director of the bureau. He succeeds
Dr. J. A. Holmes, who died recently.
Born at the hospital at 2:45 this af afternoon,
ternoon, afternoon, to Mr. and Mrs. Robert N.
Dosh, a boy. The Star has particu particular
lar particular interest in this baby and hopes he
will grow up to be as intelligent and
reliable a citizen as his father, who
has been one of this paper's mainstays
for ten years.
Wasn't Willing to Accept the Verbal
Pledges of Williston
Up from Dunnellon comes a funny
story about the latest scheme of the
Willistonites to secure support for
their county division frame-up.
A bunch of the leaders went to the
Phosphate City, passed out the glad
hand and the cigars and began sling slinging
ing slinging the bull about the fondness of
Williston for Dunnellon, which shows
they must be in a tight place, as ev everybody
erybody everybody knows Williston has about as
much love for Dunnellon as the devil
has for holy water.
They proposed to the Dunnellonites
that they should turn in and help them
vork for county division, and that. in
return the question of a county seat
for the new county should be held in
abeyance until the next legislature
met, when Dunnellon and adjacent
territoty should be carved from Ma Marion
rion Marion ard added to Bloxham, and then
they would turn in and have a coun county
ty county seat election, with a fair chance
The Dunnellon folks listened "and
said, "Suppose you put this writing.
But the Bloxhamites replied, "O,
no; we can't put this writing. Isn't
our word as good as our bond.?"
"Not to any great extent," said
Dunnellon, who if she ever leaves
Marion intends to be a county seat
Whereupon the Willistonites were
peeved and went away very sorrow sorrowful.
ful. sorrowful. TRENTON PEOPLE IN
PECK OF TROUBLE
Arrested by Wholesale for Killing of
Gainesville, Aug. 27. Perhaps the
largest number of people that ever
came to Gainesville as principals in
connection with one case before the
county judge of Alachua county got
off the train on its arrival from Tren
ton yesterday morning. In the crowd
were prominent business men, farm
ers, laborers and in fact all classes
represented at the little town of
They were here in connection with
the disturbance out at Trenton some
time ago in which Dr. Owens lost his
life. Wednesday Mrs. Ada Morgan,
a sister of the unfortunate man who
resides in Jacksonville, went before
Judge Mason, county judge of this
county, and swore out warrants
charging murder against twenty-two
of the citizens of Trenton.
Armed with wa rants for these peo people.
ple. people. Sheriff Ramsey and Deputy Cel-
Ion went to Trenton Wednesday night.
The sheriff says that the news of his
coming had preceded him and that on
his arival at the depot everyone of the
accused were there to meet him and
give themselves up, so that he had no
trouble in making the arrests.
Return of the warants were made
by the sheriff upon his arrival at the
courthouse and 10 o'clock set for the
commencement of the hearing, but the
time consumed in the preliminaries
with so large a crowd made it later.
The defendants in the case were al allowed,
lowed, allowed, on the suggestion of the state
attorney, to give a $15,000 blanket
bond for their appearance at a hear
ing next Monday.
On Saturday and Monday, 17
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash- Smith Grocery Co. Phone 43-L tf
Try one of those frosted pints of
Pabst Blue Ribbon at Johnny's. tf.
Advance of Teutons Into the
ANSWER OF SERBIA HAS BEEII
London, Aug. 27. The Teutonic
invasion not only has pressed into old
Russia, beyond the political borders
of ancient Poland, but has penetrated
well beyond the district of Russia
proper, inhabited by Poles. This
enormous advance has reached a
stage where Russian troops are fight
ing for existence in White Russia.
The main object of attack around
Brest-Litovsk has been the railrcad
eastward from the fortress tjward
Moscow. This line, with a branch
running southeast, provided the
means for Russian evacuation. The
Teutonic advance to the railroad was
so slow it is believed that evacuation
was accomplished before the surren
BALKANS WAIT, ON SERBIA
Serbia's reply to the quadruple en entente,
tente, entente, reported delivered, but which
has not been made public, is evidently
awaited by the other Balkan states
before they act. Doubts are being
cast on the accuracy of the report
that a Turco-Bulgarian agreement
has been signed.
ANOTHER STRIKE N WALES
With 25,000 miners reported out
in South Wales, England, faces an
other coal crisis.
BOMBARDMENT OF ZEEBRUGGE
Although the admiralty hasn't is issued
sued issued a report of the recent bombard bombardment
ment bombardment of Zeebrugge, the latest report
states the harbor was severely dam damaged
aged damaged and several submarines destroy destroyed.
ed. destroyed. GERMANS GOING WEST
Press dispatches report the trans transfer
fer transfer of considerable bodies of Ger German
man German troops from the eastern to the
The British steamer Palm Grove
has been sunk by submarines.
. RUSSIANS LEFT OLITA
Berlin, Aug. 27. It is officially an
nounced that the Russian fortress of
Olita, on the Nieman river, thirty
miles south of Kovno, has been evac
GOT THEM ALL EXCEPT G RONDO
Olita is the ninth important Rus Russian
sian Russian fortress to fall in three -weeks.
In all the territory covered by the
Teutonic advance, Grodno, is the on
ly important fortress now in Russian
NEW HOME BUILDING
Delcy Graham, a colored woman, is
building an eight-room dwelling, on
West Fort King avenue. L. R. Gar
rison, a contractor, is doing the work.
Dr. L. R- Hampton, also colored., is
finishing up his 10-room residence on
South Magnolia street. Levi Alexan Alexander
der Alexander Jr., is the supervising architect
for the job.
MEANTIME THEY WILL BE
HELD DOWN BY MARINES
Washington, Aug. 27. Haiti's par
liament has been given until Septem
ber 17 to act on the proposed treaty
by which the United States would ex
tend a financial protectorate over the
unstable little republic for ten years.
In the meantime American marines
will continue to occupy the principal
cities of the island to prevent recur
re nee of anarchy.
THE CLERK GUARANTEED IT
"A customer came into my store the
other day and said to one of my clerks,
'have you anything that will cure di diarrhoea?'
arrhoea?' diarrhoea?' and my clerk went and got
him a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and
said to him, if this does not cure you,
I will not charge you a cent for it. So
he took it home and came back in a
-iay or two and said he was cmed
writes J. IL Berry & Co., Salt Creek,
Va. Obtainable everywhere.
PRESS TIL IE
DELIVERED TO THE. QUAD
IE ACT i V
GERMANS ALSO RESUME OF OFFENSIVE
FENSIVE OFFENSIVE IN THE WEST
(Assoc La ted Press)
Paris, Aug. 27- French aviators
continue their activities against Ger German
man German positions on the eastern por portions
tions portions of the French line.
The Germans are taking the ag
gressive also. The Germans have
bombarded Clerment in the Argcrme
The plant at Bornach, where the
Germans manufacture asphyxiating
gases was bombarded last night by
the French. This morning the French
bombarded the railroad station at
Orange .Springs, Aug. 25. As the
hot weather continues, people con continue
tinue continue to come to bathe in the cooling
waters of historic Orange Springs.
Quite a number have been here
this summer that had not forgotten
those refreshing dips that they had
taken in the sulphur water in their
childhood days of fifteen or more
years ago. So many people are learn learning
ing learning the value of this water and as a
summer resort Orange Springs is re returning
turning returning to ante-bell am days when it
was one of the greatest if not the
greatest in the state.
Mrs. Will Tompkins and children
of Lochloosa are staying in the Por Porter
ter Porter cottage for the remainder of the
summer, and possibly the winter.
From Hawthorne last Thursday
and Friday were Mrs. A. L. Webb and
children, Misses Hester and Luc He
Webb, Frances Laughingbouse and
Mrs. IL L. Roser.berger and son, E
D. Rosenberger of Micanopy are reg registered
istered registered at Homeplace hotel for a few
A party of people from Micanopy
and Mcintosh spent the day here yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, as also did Mr. and Mrs.
Rowell and children of Lochloosa.
Mrs. Carr and daughter Annie
came down Monday to have their
household goods shipped to Palatka,
where they will possibly stay far the
winter, as Mr. Carr has work there.
Mrs. Riser's daughter, Mrs. Knhn
and Miss Berg la in of Keokuk, Iowa,
and Mr. Roberts of Wiggins, Miss.,
are visiting Mr. Kiser until the last
Mrs. Bozeman of Leesburg has
been visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. C
Rast for the past few weeks. She re returned
turned returned to her home last Saturday.
Mrs. Chester Livingston and Will
Wimberly returned to Jacksonville
Monday in the latter car.
Mr. J. L. Livingston and wife are
staying at the Pegram house for the
remainder of the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. John McCarley came
over from Edgar this morning in Mr.
Perry's car, to enjoy the spring for a
few weeks. They have rooms at the
Mr. Charles DeLancy, Miss Mar Margaret
garet Margaret DeLancy and Mr. George La La-Violette
Violette La-Violette deft for their homes in New
York City Sunday; en route they will
visit the Ancient City.
31 r. W. IL Pegrara expects to leave
in a few days to visit his old heme ia
Kentucky. He will meet his son Bert
in Jacksonville, and they will take
the trip together.
Those cakes made at Carter's Bak Bakery
ery Bakery Tinder the nimet "DELICIO US
are everything that the name indi indicates.
cates. indicates. Six flavors made fresh erery
day and put up in 10c packages. Ac Accept
cept Accept no other. tf
OCALA EVENING STAfl FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1915.
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTING ER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. IL Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter
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Six months, in advance 2.50
Three months, in ad vance . . 1.25
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MR. TEMPLE IS MAD
Winter Park, Aug. 25, 1915.
Editor Star: In a recent issue, in
an article concerning me (published
in the Tampa Tribune) you made a
misstatement, and uttered a lie.r- ind ind-ly
ly ind-ly correct the one and retracts the
You spoke of my ideas of the citrus
tariff. They were not my idea 5, but
were the ideas contained in the plat platform
form platform of the democratic party formu formu-iated
iated formu-iated at Baltimore and afterward af
firmed by both Woodrow Wilson and
Oscar Underwood, both of whom ut utterly
terly utterly failed to keep their pre-election
promises on tariff matters when put
in power, in which they were most
ably aided and abetted by one Nat
Bryan, first a traitor to his state for
his party's sake and later to his party
for his own sake.
You said I had threatened to "leave
the state of Florida" if the present
citrus tariff was adopted. I never
said, threatened or promised any
such thing. I did say I would sell
my groves and quit the citrus busi business.
ness. business. I have. I d6n't own an orange
tree. I sold my groves for half what
they were worth under the old tariff
and twice what they are worth under
the new. I am also for Perry Wall
for senator. Now damn you, publish
this. Yours truly,
, William Chase Temple.
The Star must have unintentionally
hit Mr. Temple on a sore place. The
Star didn't have any intention of mis misrepresenting
representing misrepresenting Mr. Temple. At the time
of his fight against the reduction on
the orange tarilf, it was widely re reported
ported reported that he had said he would not
only sell out but leave the state.
Whatever misstatement about Mr.
Temple there was in the Star was
due to people nearer to him and bet better
ter better acquainted with him than anyone
on this paper.
So the Star corrects and retracts
and would beg Mr. Temple's pardon
if he had confined himself to the
language generally in use among
gentlemen. There was nothing un uncomplimentary
complimentary uncomplimentary to Mr. Temple in what
the Star printed the other day. It
was intended in kindness to him and
as testimony to the merit of Florida.
If he was possessed of the amount of
sense naturally expected of a man in
his position, he would have asked for
a correction in moderate language.
We leave our readers to draw their
own inference from his becoming so
"het up" about a mistake such as al almost
most almost any public man suffers from al almost
most almost any day, also from his using
language not supposed to be employ employed
ed employed by anybody but a blackguard.
In the meantime, it may be timely
to remark, that the orange industry,
in spite of Mr. Temple's defection, is
steadily growing and misses him no
more than the ox missed the gnat
from his horn.
A number of hot-tempered and
silly people on both sides of what
used to be Mason and Dixon's line are
cussing out their respective sections
on account of the Frank case, each
asking for a boycott on the other. So
far as the Star is concerned, there is
not a thing doing, except to tell the
hotheads on both sides that they are
blasted fools. Thirty years ago, a
lonely and almost penniless cracker
boy, with all a Southerner's opinions
and prejudices, the writer found him himself
self himself in a Florida community, almost
entirely made up of people from
northern states, and consequently
nearly all republicans. They were all
good to him, as good as his own peo people
ple people had ever been, and they were
good to everybody who gave them the
chance to be. Then and there, this
writer made up his mind that the U.
S. A., without regard to state or sec section,
tion, section, was populated principally by
good people, and in the three decades
since has seen no .reason to change
his mind. We all have our virtues
and we all have our failings, and the
man who devotes an undue portion of
his time to advertising the failings
of any particular section, or doing
spite work of any sort, is not a good
friend to his state or his country.
Not William the Great, but Will William
iam William the Red. New York Tribune.
Also, it appears, William the Con Conqueror.
queror. Conqueror. Columbia State.
Von Hindenburg, Von Kluk and
MacKenzen attend to the conquering
part of the business.
The Star is sorry to see that Editor
Hugh Sparkman of the Daytona
Journal, has a divorce suit on his
hands. Mrs. Sparkman has brought
suit, alleging cruelty on the part of
her husband, and he has brought a
counter-suit, making some very dam
aging assertions against the lady.
This Mrs. Sparkman is his second
wife, who married him in Virginia
last year. During Mr. Sparkman's
One year, in advance $8.00
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance.... 2.25
One month, in advance .80
residence in this city eleven years
ago, he impressed all who knew him
as a very clever and gentlemanly
young man, and one not in the least
inclined to ill treat a woman. The
Star hopes he will soon emerge from
OCALA SHOULD HAVE ONE
A consignment of arms and am ammunition
munition ammunition arrived in the city this
morning but no foreign invasion is
anticipated. It's the equipment for
the St. Augustine Civilian Rifles club.
President Roy P. Davis received the
bill of lading some time ago and
now the rifles and ammunition have
arrived. There are ten fine Krag Krag-Jorgansens
Jorgansens Krag-Jorgansens in the lot and six thou thousand
sand thousand rounds of ammunition. The
rifles are issued from the government
arsenal at Augusta, Ga. There is one
rifle issued to each five members of
the club, and whenever a member
qualifies as a sharpshooter he is en entitled
titled entitled to an individual rifle. St. Au Augustine
gustine Augustine Record.
Why shouldn't Ocala have a rifle
club? There are a number of good
marksmen in the city, and the govern government
ment government will be glad to furnish the guns
and cartridges. Who will take the
OCALA SCHOOL AHEAD
The following facts printed in the
Gainesville Sun have already been set
forth in the Star, but it will do no
harm to print them again:
Miss Nellie C. Stevens is the prin principal
cipal principal of the primary school in Ocala,
and to her belongs the credit of hav having
ing having brought the matter of school san sanitation
itation sanitation into almost perfect operation.
She has recently made a report of her
work and from it the following points
The health work is conducted along
two general lines, the preventive and
the remedial measures. The children
are made co-workers with both phases
of the work, hence there is no oppo opposition
sition opposition met with either on their part
or on the part' of the parents. They
are given an intelligent conception of
the why and wherefore of both meas measures,
ures, measures, hence can act intelligently.
The mode of procedure in medical
inspection is as follows: As the child children
ren children enter the school in the morning
the teachers give them a thorough in inspection,
spection, inspection, noting the condition of face
and hands, looking for signs of ill illness
ness illness and condition of teeth. When
the medical inspector arrives those
needing his care are sent to the office.
The sick are sent home for the day,
and any with contagious diseases are
exculded from the school for the time
Then once a year there is an exam examination
ination examination for acute abnormal conditions
and each pupil is tested as to his eye eyesight
sight eyesight and hearing, and the presence of
enlarged tonsils, adenoids, nasal ob obstructions,
structions, obstructions, decayed teeth and indica indications
tions indications of hookworm.
The educative work in the school
consists largely of a course of health
lessons which has a regular place in
the school curriculum. There are talks
on the body, value of hot and -cold
baths, proper food and clothing, dan danger
ger danger from flies and mosquitoes, neces necessity
sity necessity of fresh air, specially in the
sleeping room, value of sunshine and
hot water as disinfectants in the care
of the home, the ill effects of tobacco
and alcohol, and self control along all
In addition to all this, there is a
regular board of health organized
among the pupils themselves in which
they do actual and practical "work
along all the lines of the working of
a regularly appointed city board of
health. They make written reports
on the sanitary conditions of the city
of Ocala by wards. It is a splendid
training and just see what all this
will mean for those children who are
being trained in this great line of
Fort King Camp W. O. W. will hold
its semi-monthly meeting this even even-ning.
ning. even-ning. There is a good sized class of
candidates and all members should
be present to aid in their initiation
Mr. Allan Rodgers who has a splen splendid
did splendid farm near Shady, left several
specimens of his products at the Mar Marion
ion Marion County Board of Trade rooms this
mornLij. A bunch of old time sor sorghum
ghum sorghum stalks eleven feet tall show
what can be grown profitably here.
The seed makes the finest chicken
feed to be found, while the stalks can
be ground into "syrup juice" or silage.
He also put on exhibition a specimen
of peanut vine which measures nearly
four feet in length. They are thick
with well matured nuts, showing that
his farm will not suffer this year for
hog fattening food. There are many
theoretical farmers everywhere, but
Mr. Rodgers is one of the kind that
AT ORANGE SPRINGS
There i3 on exhibition at the Mar-'
ion County Board of Trade rooms in
the Cam block evidences of a splen-!
did industry recently opened at Or-;
ange Springs. It is a
from Marion county
corn, and is the equal of anything j vision by promising to take Dunnel Dunnel-made
made Dunnel-made anywhere else. Ion into Bloxham county when the
Mr. F. W. Sears is manufacturing next legislature meets and after a
these brooms, and tho his capacity at j court house and jail have been erect-
present is rather limited, he believes
that a great industry can be made of
i:. He came to Marion county sev several
eral several years ago and believing that
broom corn could be successfully
grown here, made the experiment
with splendid results.
While in the city today he succeed succeeded
ed succeeded in placing a number of very hand handsome
some handsome orders with our merchants for
his product, which is manufactured
under the name of "Perfection." Here
is an opportunity to make use of the
"trade at home" slogan by asking for
this splendid home product when in
need o a broom.
JOHN M. McCORKLE
News came to Ocala last evening
of the death at his home in Atlanta
of Mr. John M. McCorkle.
Mr. Mctxirkie and iamiiy were
residents of Ocala for about five
years, returning to Atlanta last au
tumn. They are excellent people and
made friends of all who knew them
during their life in this city. Mr.
McCorkle was a genial and kindly
man and one who had a great regard
for his obligations. He was much es
teemed in Ocala and the news of his
death causes universal regret. He
had been sick for many months, and
death brought him the only relief
His remains will be laid to rest at
his old home near Charlotte, N. C.
The Elks lodge of Ocala, of which he
was a member, wired a message of
sympathy to the family and an order
to an Atlanta florish for a floral em
blem to be laid on the coffin.
MISS F. E. S. HECK
News has just been received of the
death of Miss Fannie E. S. Heck at
her home in Raleigh, N. C. Miss Heck
was for many years president of the
Woman's Missionary Union, auxiliary
to the Southern Baptist convention.
Mr. E. H. Mote of Leesburg, pro
prietor of the famous Welikit Nur-
series,with millions of young orange
ana grapeiruit trees lor sale, was
over from Leesburg on Tuesday and
made this office a pleasant call. He
has a suit of clothes four years old
that looks like it was donned for the
first time yesterday. When it really
gets old it is "ours," remember. It
just "suits." Eustis Lake Region.
SEE THIS FARM tn tne Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh "regetf jles, milk and eggs, tf
Care Square Deal Garage
YONGE'S BLOCK; OCALA
Go Worth by Sea
MERCHANTS & MINERS TRAMS.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
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Standard Railroad of the South
Tickets on sale for all regu regular
lar regular trains September 4th, and
morning trains September 5th.
Limited to leave Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 9:30 p. m., September
For information or tickets
M. R. WILLIAMS, C. T. A.
DUNN ELLON IS NOT
TO BE DELUDED
Bronson Times-Democrat: Marshal
S. C. M. Thomas of Dunnellon, was in
Bronson on official business Monday,
Mr. Thomas says Williston is trying
at this time to enlist the influence of
Dunnellon on the side of county di
ed at Williston, but Mr. Thomas and j
the people of Dunnellon are
ROLLINS COLLEGE NOTLb
The Rollins College school of music
has been very fortunate in securing
for the coming year several teachers
of unquestioned ability and reputa
tion, who will maintain the high
standard for which Rollins is so well
known throughout the state. I
Miss Julia C. Allen, Mus. Bac;
Mus. Doc; graduate of New England
Conservatory of Music, pupil of
Ovide Musin, Gaston Blay, Ysaya,
Camilla Urso, and Adamowski, will
accept a limited number of violin
pupils from January 1st to May 1st.
Dr. Allen has concertized exten
sively in this country and in Europe,
and is a wonderful performer upon
her chosen instrument. She has had
fifteen years' experience as teacher
Last winter Dr. Allen visited
friends in Winter Park, and was so
delighted with the beauty of the town
and the congenial life and spirit of
the college that she will return this
winter, thus giving" the young people
of the state the rare opportunity of
receiving instruction from one of the
foremost violinists of the country.
Miss Isabel E. Denison of New
York, graduate in piano and pipe or organ
gan organ from the Oberlin Conservatory,
will teach piano and pipe organ. Miss
Denison has held excellent church po positions,
sitions, positions, and has had three years' ex
perience in teaching. She has already
gained an enviable reputation as a
thoroughly competent musician.
Mrs. Elizabeth K. Krauss will have
he violin work in charge for the
school throughout the year. Mrs.
Krauss has been a student in Rollins
for five years, is a pupil of Marcosson
and also of Dr.. Allen.
Mrs. Helen O'Neal Palmer, who
before her marriage to Prof. Palmer,
was at the head of the piano depart department
ment department in Rollins, will also be connect
ed with the music department. Mrs.
Palmer is a graduate of Rollins, and
of New England Conservatory, and
has a state-wide reputation as a bril
liant concert pianist. She is a highly
successful and experienced teacher.
Mr. Homer Stanley Pope, director
of the school of music, has ben at
Rollins for six years, and his work
and worth as teacher and director
have been well proven.
The Rollins school of music, under
the leadership of such a talented
corps of musicians, will be second to
none in the South. Enthusiastic plans
are being made that insures the sue
cess of a better year than ever before
in the history of the school.
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
)IARI OX-DUNN 3U SONIC 13 DOE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evening" of each month at
8:00 o'clock, until further notice.
A. E. Burnett, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
WOODMEN OF THE "WORLD
Fot Kin? CamD No. 14 meets' at
the K. of P. Hall at 8 n. m everv
secona ana fourth rTiaay. visiun
sovereigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C- C
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets In Tonga's Hal)
en the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M
Chas. K. Sage. Secretary. Ad.
The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 28
Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members are
cordially invited to meet with us.,
Lena Tompkins, M. E. C
Kate B. Howell, M. R.
KXIGMTH OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Convention
held every Monday at 8 p. m at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial velcome to vis
iting brothers. C. B. Howell, C C
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O E.
Ocaia Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
aud Protective Ordet of Elks, meets
the second and fourth TJuesday even evenings
ings evenings in, each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
I. H. von Lngelken, h.. It It-Nelson
Nelson It-Nelson Geise, Secretary. At.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Emily Webb, W. M.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, Sec'y.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meet3 in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'cloclc. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visitlnp
brethren. M. M. Little, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
C1IAITEH NO. 13, It. A. 31.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M.. on the
fourth Friday in every month a-t
8 p. m. H. S. Wesson, IL P.
Jake Brown, Sec'y.
I do not know of any better way to
teach a boy to be honorable and
straight thin to pi re him a chance to
play with bU comrades. In the play playground
ground playground be learns without any sugges suggestion
tion suggestion of rebellion against instruction
and precept and preaching. He learns j
It because he does not want anybody
else to" cheat him and Is -down" ou
the boy that does not play fair. And
In the long run, because he Is "down"
on the boy that does not play fair, he
will establish standards of conduct
which we must maintain in the com community
munity community and iarticularly In our great
cities. If there is one thing that we
need more than another it is the con constant
stant constant emphasis among our citizens of
that spirit of fair play, that willing willingness
ness willingness to give aud take, that Renerosity
In defeat and that lack of assertlve assertlve-nesa
nesa assertlve-nesa In victory which we identify with
true sport JT.d v.hl-h lennird !cst of
all in childhood iiih the playground.
Justice ChrulcM 11. Hushes. United
States supreme court.
i:iual and exact Justice to all men, of
whatever state or itrsuaUa. religious
or political; icace. counnerve and hon
est frienJship with all natious entan
gling alliances with nue: the Mipjort
of the flate jrovernnients in all their
rights, an the mo:t competent adminis administrations
trations administrations for our doiuestio concerns aibl
the surest bulwarks aaint antl-repub-li-an
tendfiic-ie: tin preservation of
the general government in ita whole
constitutional vior ns the sheet anchor
of our i.are at home and safety
abroad; freedom of region; free freedom
dom freedom of the press; freedom of iersoii
under the protection of the habeas cor corpus,
pus, corpus, and trial by Juries Impartially se selectedthese
lectedthese selectedthese principles form the bright
constellation which has gone lefore ns
and guided our steps through an n.ce
of revolution and reformation. From
first Inaugural address of President
Strength of Past Mistakes.
Because our ancestors lived In hud huddled
dled huddled cities we go on building upon nar narrow
row narrow nnd tortuous streets, sinking our
capital In mistakes which age makes It
more and more difficult to Retrieve.
The original cowpaths of Bosron have
become picturesque slums which sup support
port support Innocent ladies and stifle the
health and the happiness of other peo people's
ple's people's children. Attack these slums,
and you attack helplessness Itself. Try
to widen and ventilate, and you will
find that you have struck at the secu security
rity security of the innocent. This Is the real
strength of the past and the over overwhelming
whelming overwhelming grip it has upon our lives.
It lives on. not lnause Intelligence can
defend It. but been use It lias become so
Intimate a part of us that to cut it out
seems a little too cruel. New Republic
"About three months ago when I
was suffering from indigestion which
caused headache and dizzy spells and
made me feel tired and despondent, I
began taking Chamberlain's Tablets,"
writes Mrs. Geo. Hon, Macedon, N. Y.
"This medicine proved to be the very
thing I needed, as one day's treat treatment
ment treatment relieved me greatly. I used two
bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets and
they rid me cf this trouble." Obtain Obtainable
able Obtainable everywhere.
We have just received our new
bean seed for the fall planting; all
varieties. Ocala Seed Store, 8-11-tf
Our sheet music stock Is up-to-date.
8-2-tf Lattner's fiano Store,
: PHONE 503
For Good Wood
: BIG Load for $1.
1 YOUR ORDER WILL HAVE
2 IMMEDIATE ATTENTION
J. L. SMOAR
At Sm oak's Wagon Shop.
I ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALUERS
PHONES 47, 104, 303
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 cirr.
The only store in town that real really
ly really saves you money.
Compare our prices with what you
One pound cans of Camp Campbell's
bell's Campbell's Pork and 0 0-Beans
Beans 0-Beans at 0U
One dozen cans or f(p
over, per doz yUv
10-pound buckets of fZp
Medium size buckets 2fir
of Snowdrift 00 W
Compound Lard at per
pound .-. 7w
Full Cream Cheese fl flat
at flat per pound .... 17w
Regular large 15c Ar
cans good salmon lUw
Van Camps tall f fr
cream, per doz Vuw
Small size cans at
We can help you. have
Beautiful Teeth and Haii?
Take care of your teeth you use them often.
Besides, bad teeth lead to many nervous disor disorders
ders disorders and stomach troubles. A clean mouth and
teeth add zest to the appetite and aid digestion; it
is a joy to yourself and politness demands it.
You will find just what you want in our splen splendid
did splendid line of tooth brushes, pastes and powders.
! 4nti-Monopoly Breg Store.
WE TAKE CARE
THE GREATEST IIOT WEATHER COMFORT IS THE CHEAPEST
A block of our ice will do more to keep you cool and healthy during
this hot weather than anything else and the cost is the merest trifle.
Keep your refrigerator well charged with our ice and you can charge
off drug bills, bad temper and most other torrid time ills.
CDealst Ice i
ROLLINS COLLEGE, WINTER PARK
Oldest College and Most Beautiful Campus in Florida College, Academy,
Blu&ic, Expression, Fine Arts, Domestic and Industrial Arts, Bus Business,
iness, Business, Teachers Course
Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection, fine gym gymnasium,
nasium, gymnasium, no malaria, quarter-million dollar endowment. Three teachers of
music, $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb
new rooms for Business School, full banking eqcipme-it. New chess ic&I
and physical laboratories, equipped with e?ery modern device; analysis of
soils, fertilizers, foods, water, preparation for Engineering Course. Lake,
boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, basketball: Christian bat ur de denominational
nominational denominational ; expenses moderate; scholarships available. For catalogue
address, SECRETARY, Winter Park, Fix.
IjS Z. CS f
Seven Bars for
11 pounds for
This is our
Manufactured for the pres?ng cf
Palm Beach and Duck Suits. Being
heated by steam, it can not scorch.
The pressure being direct, not sliding,
h can not wear cr tear. Call and see
tt do the wik
Ocala Steam Laundry
Phone 101 402-404 South Main St.
v. 1 1
OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1915.
THE DIAMOND FROM THE SKY (Seventh Episode).
THE TAMING OF RITA Vitagraph Comedy.
HAM THE DETECTIVE Kale m comedy.
BRONCHO BILLY'S WORD OF HONOR Featuring Margaret
Clayton and G. M. Anderson.
ADMISSION FROM 3:30 TO 10:30, FIVE AND TEN CENTS
CHANGE OF PROGRAM DAILY
1 OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone 106)
the deal for that real estate has been closed and the only thing
yet to do is to see if the' title is good. Marion county has -t 160
deed records and 45 mortgage records and 50 of miscellano.-.. ree
ds, or about 160,000 pages of record matter and among these is
I record history of that title.
some searching and checking before the abstract man knows
nat he has got it alL
MORAL: PLACE THE, ABSTRACT ORDER EARLY ENOUGH
SO THAT THE ABSTRACT MAN HAS REASONABLE TIME IN
WHICH TO DO HIS RESEARCH WORK.
floridk title and abstract corporation
oca la, fla.
Thought for the Day
Brood not on word3 or slights, their j
Is measured by their housing mis mischiefs
chiefs mischiefs seeds,
Which nursed and tended, bring forth
Whose bitter crop is hatred and re remorse.
morse. remorse. Martin.
Los Angeles, San Francisco and all
the wonderful show places of the
great west, returning by way of the
high Sierras and Chicago.
We fully realize how neces necessary
sary necessary prompt delivery service is.
The average housewife likes to
have her meat sent just when
she wants it.
Small things count in a suc successful
cessful successful business. Next to sell selling
ing selling you good meat comes right
service. We are bound to please
you if you care to try us.
H. MARSH'S MARKET
Next to 0. K. Grocery Ocala, Fla.
Nothing so good
Nothing so refreshing
Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works
1 "Xfc i
Miss Legie Blitch and brother, Mr.
Landis Blitch of Blitchton with their
guest. Miss Cattie Davis of Inverness,
motored in yesterday afternoon to
witness the ball game between Ocala
m m m
Mrs. J. B. Borland and daughters,
Misses Ethel and Louise Borland of
hCitra, and Dr. Hunter of Fort Myers,
spent yesterday afternoon in the city.
Mrs. Edward Holder and Mrs. J. C.
B. Koonce have returned from a few
days spent at the Hotel Kibler in
Lakeland. During their visit they
were guests at Mrs. I. L. Knudson's
beautiful Japanese card party at the
Highlands Country Club.
Mrs. Jim Taylor and little daugh daughter
ter daughter are the week-end guests of Mr.
and Mrs. W. B. Taylor and famliy at
Miss Margaret Taylor returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon from a six weeks'
trip to the San Francisco exposition.
After a visit of ten days at home she
will go to Valdosta to resume her
Miss Rosebud Robinson entertain entertained
ed entertained at a tennis breakfast at her home
yesterday morning, having as her
guests Misses Adele Bittinger, Hope
Robinson and Beulah Hall. These
young ladies are playing this fasci fascinating
nating fascinating game almost every morning
and are winning splendid points. Yes Yesterday's
terday's Yesterday's little affair was followed by
morning auction and was one of great
The joke editor of the Mountain
Sprout Tattler at Indian Camp near
Hendersonyille, N. C, who has many
friends in this city, is the guest for a
fortnight of her grandparents in
Valdosta, Ga., en route to her home in
Orlando, where she will spend a few
days before resuming her studies at
Ward and Belmont, in Nashville.
Mr. and Mrs. Carter H. Dame will
eave in the morning for Pensacola,
to be in attendance upon me en
campment of the Woodmen of the
World. Three states, Alabama, Geor
gia and Florida, with high officials of
the order from different sections of
the country, will be in attendance.
This encampment will last about a
week and promises to be exceptional-
Miss Jennie Mayo is expected home
;his evening from a delightful visit
to her sister, Mrs. H. M. Carlton at
College Park, Ga.
A card received by the Star from
Judge Bullock's cruising party, dated
at West Palm Beach, August 24th,
says: "We have so far had a perfect
trip; delightfully cool, and as yet no
mosquitoes. We anchor for the night
at 'Garden of Eden.' Will be at Fort
Lauderdale for a few days, arriving
Thursday. Will go thru Lake Okee Okeechobee
chobee Okeechobee or around Florida into the
gulf as the' weather permits." The
party is bound for Crystal River.
Mrs. D. W. Tompkins and daugh
ter Miss Irene Tompkins, left this
afternoon for Atlanta, where they
will spend a few days. Mr. Tompkins
will join his family there and together
they will go to the mountains or fur
Mrs. Watterson Tucker left this
afternoon for Atlanta en route to
Hendersonville to spend the balance
of the summer.
Mrs. George Williams has as her
guest far a few days her sister, Mrs.
Bertie Durrance Hays of Jackson
William Turnley has returned to his
home at. Fort Meade from a few
weeks' visit to his aunt, Mrs. E. T.
Helvenston and family at Daytona
Beach and several weeks sojourn in
West Florida and South Georgia. Mr.
Turnley will leave abuot the middle of
September for Gainesville, where he
will re-enter the University of Flor Florida
ida Florida for the winter term. He expects
to graduate with the class of 1915
Miss Lola Raysor will sail on next
Tuesday for New York City, where
she will be the guest of her sister,
Mrs. Hansel for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rheinauer
will come up to their town house
from the lake next Monday for a
month's stay, during Mr. Ben Rhein Rhein-auer's
auer's Rhein-auer's absence to New York City,
where he goes in the interest of the
The following engagement was an announced
nounced announced in quite a unique way Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday afternoon at a party given by
Mrs. Maude Blackwell. The announce announcement
ment announcement was in the form of telegram
and read as follows:
"Mrs. Martha Ellen Bigham an announces
nounces announces the engagement of her
daughter, Carrie Dennette to Mr.
James Henry Vidal, the wedding to
occur October the seventh." Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Sun.
Miss Bigham lived in Ocala a year.
She is beautiful and charming young
lady and her Ocala friends wish her
Invitations were received in the
city this morning to the marriage of
Miss Mildred Onesbacker, of Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, Tenn., to Mr. Chas Parker
Garrison, of DeLand. The ceremony
to take place on September 15th, at
the home of the brides parents. Mr.
Garrison has many friends in this city
who join in wishing him happiness.
Miss Ophelia Sawtell is the week
end guest of Miss Kathline Jackson.
Tomorrow afternoon they will accom accompany
pany accompany Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Condon to
Lake Weir to remain until Monday.
Dr. and Mrs. W. G. McKay will
leave tomorrow for their home in
Jacksonville after a delightful fort fortnight
night fortnight visit in this city to Dr. and
Mrs. H. F. Watt.
The little winged god Cupid is
spending most of these mystic moon moonlit
lit moonlit evenings enthroned in a vine-clad
porch at Citra, the haunting little
NAT of a HUNTER, and the wires
say that the wedding bells will surely
ring out long before the merry holi holidays.
days. holidays. Mrs. H. A. Buky was the recipient
of a pleasant surprise last night, the
occasion being in honor of her 74th
birthday. She was invited for an au auto
to auto ride and upon her return home at
8 p. m. she found friends to the
number of about twenty-five assem
bled. Several hours were pleasntly
spent after which light refreshments
were served and the guests dispersed
wishing her many happy returns of
the day. Palatka Post.
Mrs. Buky is the mother of Mr. J.
D. Buky so well and favorably known
to Ocala people.
A CASE OF NEED
CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00.
Stale, County and City Depository.
Put Your Ad. in the Star.
LaGrange Sistrunk left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for a visit to Savannah.
Sister Esther Carlotta, state pres
ident of the U. D. C, will conduct a
tour beginning October 6 and ending
November 5th, to California. This
tour will enter eighteen states and a
portion of Old Mexico. One week
will be spent in San Francisco on ac
count of the U. D. C. convention, giv
ing time for all to visit places of note
The itinerary as announced by G. Z.
Phillips, of the S. A. L. railway, is
one of the most interesting of any
yet devised. Standard tourist cars
will be used and the tour will cross
the great Salt Lake, the Royal
George. Colorado Springs, Pike's
Peak, Denver, Old Mexico, San Diego,
Mr. Edward Kohse, living near
Summerfield, with his wife on 20
acres of land recently purchased
there, had his house destroyed by fire,
ogether with everything in the
world that he possessed on the 22nd
of this month. Mr. Kohse is in dire
need of assistance, and anyone wish
ing to help him and his family can
communicate with this office, dw tf
WATCH CHAIN LOST
Lost, in or near Ocala, Aug. 23rd, a
gentleman's solid gold, link watch
chain, with cross bar; snap or catch
at watch end was jerked out of place.
Liberal reward will be paid for its
return to Star office. 8-24-tf
On Saturday and Monday, 17
pounds of sugar for 1, with one dol dol-cash.
cash. dol-cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
lars worth of other groceries, for
A full line of loose leai ledgers,
note bocks and memorandums al always
ways always on hand at Ge rig's. tf
STUDIO WILL REOPEN
Miss Ethel Haycraft, graduate of
Brenau Conservatory and pupil of
Otto Pfefferkorn, will reopen her
studio September 1st. Phone 131. 18t
L C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
WILBUR V. C. SMITH
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
J AX BISCUITTh South'
treat cracker. Always fresh;
121 other tabte
m m m mm m- m w mm mm mm
I fOUR'E Always S a f
V in buying your Groi-
High Quality Goods
E Keep Our Stock
Turning over. Al Always
ways Always fresh goods.
Hake enr slorr.Ycnr store
The items listed below are goods which are needed every day, and it will
pay you to look over the list and send in your wants. Note the PRICES, NOTE
THE SAVING. Special CASH values for
EXTRA SPECIAL With a Dollar purchase or over, we will sell you one
Peck of Irish Potatoes for 20 cents. For food value Irish Potatoes are hard
THE HAM WHAT AM.' 8 to 10 pound average.
( PICNIC ) Fancy pj
Little Picnic Should- Pp
ers at per pound JLLQi4-
Baltimore Standard Paeic,
No. 3 tins, each
No. 2 tins, each Tc
No. 2 tins 1-2 doz. tins 4-Oc
No. 2 tins per dozen 7oC
Put a lew tins In your pantry at this price
No. 3 tins per dozen .... $1 .1 5
mi ceiiPf uro,. iw
A healthful food and
can be used in
many ways, per lb v
Fancy Prunes, 40 to 50
to the pound, tip
per pound 14 v
LOG CABIN SYRUP
50c tins Cane and Maple
Syrup, an unus- 2Cp
ual bargain, at juDw
Try soaking prunes over night with just enough water to cover them in a
bowl. Next morning, boil the water (not the prunes) 15 minutes and then
pour it over the prunes, again and let simmer on the back of stove lor half hour.
No. 1 tins
ROBIN HOOD CANNED GOODS
corn nrl15c tins Early 1'VJNo.2tinsblackQrNo. IV2 tinsl
7w June Peas.. 1V Raspberries lUWIW. Cherries
ipiM imf um
RED LINE CANNED GOODS
No. 2 1-2 tins Bart- T No. 2 1-2 tins Ta- -1 i II No. 2 1-2 tins
let Pears, at.
No. 2 1-2 tins Ta--1 i II
ble Peaches Iit
Cherries per tin
RichTasly Chese lb. 19c Roasted Coffee 11) Me
ROYAL SCARLET CANN
Individual tins Peas 2c
No. 1 tins June Peas J3c
No. 1 tins Lima Beans 2c
25c tins Tiny Peas, as
nice 8c tender as
fresh from gardenLril v
20c tins of Small Lima
Beans; at per H n
Green Coliee 3yJ abn12jc Matches, gjg ga Sag 15c
READYMADE Concen Concentrated
trated Concentrated Soup, Chicken,
Tomato, Ox Tail, Con Consomme
somme Consomme and Bouil- Q
Large tins Hunter Brand
Pie Peaches, regular
15c sellers, only a few
cases left at per Qq
5c tins American 1Ap
Sardines, 3 tins 1UL
Large tins Mustard Op
Sardines, per tin Uw
15c tin Silver LakeRheu LakeRheu-barb
barb LakeRheu-barb THE PIE 1
PLANT per tin
15c tins Borgan's Brand
Norwegian Sar- 1 1 n
made price is low
Large tins Pork 8c Beans
without tomato fn
catsup, per tin lUw
None better on the
Market, 1-2 bbl bags
25c tins Sun-Kist Aspar-ll s curticb brothers- fruit JAs-Peach, Or-n n
agusTenderto the last ane- Grape' Strawbrry' Red Currant- Blackbrry' par jar UC
and a fine flavor, 1n II maiden blush pure apple and grape jelly. a
mmlVw II 2otll inS but Sugar and iruit, glass J
We want your patronage, we are striving for it, and when we get it, we
will make every effort in the world to please you.
We GUARANTEE every item which goes out of our store, and if at anv
time you get anything which does not come up to your expectation, we ask
that you return it to us or let us know and we will gladly exchange the goods
or refund your money.
O. K. Teapot Grocery
NOTICE TO FARMERS
Louis R. Charal & Son Co. an announces
nounces announces that it expects to be ready to
rmrrhftse corn about SeDtember 5. In
J order to avoid having corn brought to
Ocala and tuken back again, the com
pany asks that the farmers make ar arrangements
rangements arrangements with the company before
hruling. This will save the farmers
unnecessary trouble. The company
will not be able to purchase corn until
about September 5 because it finds
that its warehouse and machinery
will not be ready before that date.
The first shipment of machinery ar arrived
rived arrived yesterday and Mr. John Charal
was busy placing it in the warehouse.
The warehouse of Mr. S. II. Christian,
i opposite that of J. F. Jenkins & Co.,
j has been leaded by the Charal firm.
Our new Irish potatoes for fall
planting are now in. Ocala Seed
Tire3 are cash, but we will give you
the best tire service you ever put on
you car. Immediate and liberal sd
jastments always. Davies the Tire
OCALA EVENING STAR FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1913.
KENDRICK W. C. T. U.
i! A -v A. r-V
Woodmen meet this evening.
After many days of dry weather,
a fine rain cs.me today.
We must have cash to run our bus business.
iness. business. Bring us your vulcanizing and
re will exchange the best vulcanizing
you ever had for your cash. Davies,
the Tire Man. 8-12-tf
Mr. J. D. Rooney and family went
to the lake this afternoon to spend
a couple of day?.
Mr. G. W. Neville, of Dunnellon,
cashier of the Bank of Dunnellon,
was in town todayC
W. K..Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Mr. Bethel Gallagher left this af afternoon
ternoon afternoon for a short business trip to
Miss Ellie Tremere, of Belleview,
the Star's correspondent, was in town
Have you tried those delicious Max Max-ixe
ixe Max-ixe cherries? 50 cents per pound, at
Use Nyal's iamiiy remedies. All
good good for all. Sold by Annex
Mr. Minnick and Mr. Tomlinson, of
Fruitland Park, were in the city to today.
day. today. VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open nignt
and day, Merchant's Cafe. tf
Dr. Watt's Office is now in the
nolder Block.. Phone No. 7. 17-5t.
Mr. W. W. Harriss, Mr. Albert Har Har-riss
riss Har-riss and Mr. Joseph Bell left today
for a few days' rest and fishing at
Salt Springs and Lake George.
. Mr. J. Elmer Stevens of Crystal
River is in the city today.
Fresh shipment of Norris' famous
PEANUT BRITTLE received every
few days at the Court Pharmacy, tf
Mr. W. J. Frink is in the city from
Jacksonville for a few days, com combining
bining combining business with pleasure.
A new line of high grade stationery
in all the latest styles and cuts at
A card from Mr. Herman Wars Wars-hauer
hauer Wars-hauer in New York announces his
safe arrival in the big town.
- -We have a few of the famous Shu Shumate
mate Shumate and Chase razors which we will
sell below cost price to close out. The
Court Pharmacy. tf
Messrs. L. J. Dankwertz and L. M.
Proctor are in the city today repre representing
senting representing the lower end of the county.
On Saturday and Monday, 17
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. Edwin W. Davis of Orlando is
again with his family at Crystal Riv River,
er, River, after a few days' absence attend attending
ing attending to business at home.
Mr. Mischler and family of An Anthony
thony Anthony are among the strangers in
Pabst Blue" Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf.
WANTED, XOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next to
the Colonial; also for light house housekeeping.
keeping. housekeeping. Inquire at the Colonial. 7tf
WANTED From 1 to 100 head of
hogs to fatten on shares, or by the
month at 80c per head. Every pre precaution
caution precaution will be used to keep hogs in
a healthy condition. W. B. Perry,
Oxford, Fla. 8-16-26t.
FOR RENT A splendid home prop property,
erty, property, comparatively new, at comer of
South Ninth street and Orange ave avenue;
nue; avenue; two blocks from high school
building; furnished or unfurnished;
will give two years' lease if desired.
Rent reasonable: Address Robert
H. Sanders, Ocala, Fla. 14-tf.
URNISHED RESIDENCE FOR
RENT An eight-room residence, ev every
ery every modern convenience and fully
furnished in every particular. Pleas Pleasant
ant Pleasant surroundings and close to public
square. Would not rent for less than
six months. Apply at Star office tf
LOST In front of Rheinauer's store
Tuesday, two gold hairpins with am amber
ber amber settings. Return to Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. 2t
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This report Is made from observa
tions taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov
ernment. Max. Min R.F.
Aug. 1 90 74 .56
Aug. 2 90 75 .39
Aue". 3 88 70 .05
Aug. 4 92 74
AUG. 5 93 75
Aug. 6 85 72 .07
Aug. 7 89 70 .03
Aue-. 8 88 70 .18
Aug. 9 91 72
Aug. 10 89 71 .05
Aug. 11 89 71 .05
Aug. 12 92 73 1.63
Aug. 13 ..90 74 .02
Aue. 14 89 74 .03
Aug. 15 89 75
Aug. 16 .. 91 76
Aug. 17 91 76
Aug. 18 90 73
Aug. 19 92 70
Aug. 20 90 71
Aug. 21 92 69
Aug. 22 92 65
Aug. 23 92 69
Aug. 24 94 -70
Aug. 25 95 71
Aug. 26 ....95 71
Local f orecast
For Florida, generally fair tonight
and Saturday, except probably show
ers Saturday north and central por
The seventh episode of the "Dia
mond from the Sky" will be seen at
the Temple this evening, with sever several
al several other excellent subjects, making
up a fine Friday evening program.
Mrs. Charles Cullen and children,
who have been spending some months
in Tarboro, N. C., returned home to
day on the A. C. L.
The Hard Road Turtles and Pedro
Highlanders will cross bats at the
Dankwertz corners diamond, Sum Sum-merfield,
merfield, Sum-merfield, next Thursday afternoon.
Both teams boast of some splendid
players, and they propose to select
the best of them and challenge the
Ocala nine for a game in the near fu
ture as a Summerfield team. The dia
mond at Dankwertz corners has been
put in splendid shape and the promot promoters
ers promoters of next Thursday's game promise
some interesting sport. There will be
plenty of cool drinks (non-intoxicat
ing) on the grounds for the thirsty.
The Ashley Sheet Metal Works is
now located at 303 S. Main street,
opposite the old city market, where
patrons will receive the same prompt
attention as in the past. 25-6t
Messrs- George W. and H. G. Bry Bryan
an Bryan and Mr. G. Wake Wells of Jack
sonville, are registered at the Har
rington Hall. It is understood that
there are here in the interest of a
large contracting firm which is con
templating becoming interested in
our sewerage construction work.
OUR prescription department is at
YOUR service at all times. Accuracy
is the watchword which insures you
careful compounding. The Court
Mrs. W. T. Phillips and children, of
Tampa, who have been visiting Mrs.
Phillips parents at Lake Weir, for
some time, arived in town this after afternoon
noon afternoon and will be the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. C. V. Roberts for a few
Mr. J. O. Hightower, of Heather Is Island,
land, Island, was in town today.
For plumbing and electrical work
ee u. V Tucker, rnone 3w J
Bring us your tires and tubes to be
vulcanized. We have the best equip equipped
ped equipped plant, in apparatus, material and
knowledge in this section of the state.
A casing vulcanized by us is as good
in that spot as if it were new. We
do not patch tubes, we VULCANIZE
fcem. Davies, the Tire Man. 8-12-tf
Fresh shipment of Norris' famous
PEANUT BRITTLE received every
few days at the Court Pharmacy, tf
THIRTY-FIVE BUICK FOR SALE
For sale, cheap for cash, a model
S5 Buick, in perfect condition. Apply
to Davies, the Tire Man. 8-12-tf
The ladie3 of the Women's Chris-1
tian Temperance Union of Kendrick :
held their regular social meeting at
the home of their president, Mrs. J.'
B. Webb. There was a large at- j
tendance of members and a number i
of visitors, among whom were the1
following: Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Ash-;
worth, Mrs. Tiller, Miss Wishart.i
Miss Guthery, Mr?. F. G. B. Weihe of j
Ocala, Mrs. Karl Weihe of Jackson- j
ville and Mrs. Clifford Livingston of;
The president, Mrs. J. B. Webb,
opened the meeting by reading the
Song, "The Gome Guard."
Prayer, by Mr. G. A. Scott of Den
Roll call and minutes of previous
meeting read and approved.
The treasurer's report was an ex
cellent one, showing an increase of
$13.95 resulting from the recent ice
Mrs. C. H. Shaw, superintendent of
the medal contest department, gave
a fine report showing two L. T. L.
silver medal contests held this month.
one at Kendrick, Azilee Lyles receiv
ing the medal and the second at Red-
dick, Ruby Spencer receiving the
medal. We are very proud of the
work our young people are doing in
this department, and the fact that
they have been awarded two silver
and two gold medals this month is
evidence of the excellent work they
are doing. The gold medals were
awarded to Ellis Simmons at the An Anthony
thony Anthony picnic and to Amanda Spencer
at Kendrick the same night. We
also appreciate the loyal manner in
which the people of Kendrick have
supported these contests by their
presence, good order and paying for
the medals presented. Mrs. Shaw
then read a very nice leter from the
Read the story in the Star on Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday and Thursday; see the pic
tures at the Temple on Friday.
CHARLIE ROD OFF
Ocala's Original Sea Food Man
FRESH CRABS EVERY DAY
FRESH SHRIMP EVERY DAY
PHONE 456 OCALA, FLA.
ADVEKTloE IN THE STAK
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THE DIAMOND $
FROM THE SKY
state superintendent of her depart department.
ment. department. Words of encouragement were then
read from our pastor, Rev. C M.
Pullen and his wife, who are away on
During the social hour which fol followed
lowed followed the business meeting we were
favored by a musical program which
was greatly enjoyed by all present.
An instrumental trio composed of
Mrs. Davis, pianist; Mrs. Shaw,
guitar, and Mrs. Ashworth, mandolin,
rendered several very excellent se selections.
lections. selections. Miss Bertha Guthrey also
favored us with a number of beauti beautiful
ful beautiful instrumental solos.
The hostess assisted by Mrs. B. C
Webb. Miss Julia Webb and. Miss
Sallie Whitehead, served iced grape grape-juice
juice grape-juice and cake.
Following the W. C. T. U. meeting
the L. T. L's. held their second meet meeting
ing meeting at the church with a full atten attendance.
dance. attendance. The little people conducted
their meeting in a very creditable
manner for beginners, receiving three
new members into their legion and
three new subscribers for the Young
The next meeting will be held at
the church Tuesday afternoon Sep
tember 14th. It is requested that all
members be present as far as possi possible
ble possible as officers for the ensuing year
will be elected at this meeting. It is
also requested that all superinten superintendents
dents superintendents of departments have their an
nual reports ready for this meet meeting.
ing. meeting. Julia II. Webb,
No. 1. Lv. Jacksonville, 9:30 p. m.;
Ar. Ocala, 1:45 a. m.; Lv. Ocala 1:50
a. m.; Ar. Tampa 6:30 a. m.; Lv.
Tampa 7:30 a. m.; Ar. St. Petersburg
9:30 a. m.
No. 3. Lv. Jacksonville 9:30 a. m.;
Ar. Ocala 12:57 p. m.;'Lv. Ocala 1:17
p. m.; Ar. Tampa, 5:25 p. m.; Lv.
Tampa, 5:40 p. m.; Ar. St. Petersburg
8 p. m.
No. 9 Limited train; Lv. Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 1:30 p. m., Lv. Ocala, 4:30 p. m.;
Ar. Tampa, 7:45 p. m.
No. 2 Lv. St. Petersburg, 4:30 p.
m.; Ar. Tampa, 6:55 p. m.; Lv. Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, 9 p. m.; Ar. Ocala, 2:30 a. m.; Lv.
Ocala, 2:35 a. "m.; Ar. Jacksonville,
6:45 a. m.
No. 4. Lv. Tampa, 9 a. m.; Ar.
Ocala, 1 p. m.; Lv. Ocala, 1:20 p. m.;
Ar. Jacksonville, 5:25 p. m.
No. 10 Lv. St. Petersburg, 8:30
a. m.; Ar. Tampa, 10:50 a. m.; Lv.
Tampa, 1 p. m.; Lv. Ocala, 4:10 p.
m.; Ar. Jacksonville, 7:15 p. m. Lim Limited
ited Limited train.
Bishop Hebers Revng.
Animosity as well as derotlon has
colored our popular hymns, as, for In Instance.
stance. Instance. In the famous "Greenland's
Icy Mountains." Tho hasty generaliza generalization
tion generalization that In Ceylon "only man Is vile"
la said to have found Its way Into
the hymn because Bishop Heber dis discovered
covered discovered that a Cingalese tradesman
had cleverly cheated him!
Pimples and Skin Eruptions
Danger Signs of Bad Blood
It May Mean Eczema, ScrofulaThe
First Sign of Inherited Blood Disease
Pimples, scaly Itching ekln, rashes, burning sensations and Scrofula
denote with unfailing certainty a debilitated, weakened and Impure state of
the blood. The trouble may have been In your blood from birth, but no
matter how you were Infected, you must treat it through the blood. It Is a
blood disease. You must use S. S. the standard blood tonic for 50 years.
If you expect certain relief. For purifying the system, nothing is equal to It.
The action of S. S. S. Is to cleanse the blood. It soaks through the system
direct to the eeat of the trouble acting as an antidote to neutralize the
blood poisons. It revitalizes the red blood corpuscles. Increases the flow
so that the blood can properly perform Its physical work. The dull sluggish
feeling leaves you the complexion clears up. Even long standing cases re respond
spond respond promptly. Bat you must take S. S. S. Drugs and substitutes won't
do. Get S. S. S. from your druggist. If yours 1 a special case and yotj
need expert advice, write to S. S. S. Cov. Atlanta. Oa.
Rt. Rev. Abbott Charles, President.
Saint Leo, Pasco County, Florida
Five Miles West of Dade City and On'. Mile East of San Antonio
BOARDING SCHOOL for BOYS and YOUNG
MEN, INCORPORATED JUNE 4, 1889
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COURSES
$225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MONTHS
U. S. POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPIIOXE, EXPRESS and
A. O L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 15, 1915
White Star Line Transfer Co.
TEAMS FOR RENT LIGHT AND HEAVY HAULING DONE
P-, gj-n, r
Superior to Plaster or
Ceiling in Quality
COLLIER BROS., Proprietors
Cotton Plant, Aug. 24. Rev. J. D.
Major preached several days at St.
Johns. Very good crowds attended
the meeting. The meeting closed on
Tuesday night. There will be no
preaching here next Sunday as usual,
owing to the fact that Rev. Major has
preached here this week. He will
preach Sunday, morning and evening.
Miss Helen Veal and Master James )
Woodward returned from Croom
Monday, where they spent a week
very pleasantly with relatives.
Mrs. W. E. Veal and Mrs. A. W.
Woodward spent Monday at Leroy.
Mrs. Veal went to see to the renovat renovating
ing renovating of her house. Mr. and Mrs. Veal
will move down the latter part of
this week. They will be greatly
missed in our community.
Misses Maude Watson and Mamie
Parker were dinner guests of Misses
I Helen Veal and Carrie Barco Tues
Mrs. D. N. Barco, who has been
quite ill at her home here, was re removed
moved removed Tuesday to the Marion Coun County
ty County Hospital. Her many friends here
wish for her a speedy recovery.
Misses Mary Callison and Alma
Sykes of Leroy came over to our burg
Tuesday afternoon and were guests
of Misses Helen Veal and Carrie
Barco a few days.
Mrs. J. F. Parker accompanied Mrs.
Steele home Tuesday night for a
Mr. D. M. Barco was a business
visitor to Ocala Monday.
COLIC, CHOLERA AND
"I never hesitate to recomend Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrohea
Remedy, writes Sol Williams, mer merchant,
chant, merchant, Jesse, Tenn. "I sell more of it
than any other preparation of like
character. I have used it myself and
found it gave me more relief than any anything
thing anything else I have ever tried for the
same purpose. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Elizabeth Fry.
Elizabeth Fry's great work for
prison reform was all done after her
marriage. It Mas in 1813 that she
paid her first and memorable visit to
Newgate prison, and In 1817 formed
the Association for the Improvement
of Female Prisoners In Newgate,
which attracted such widespread In Interest.
terest. Interest. Her efforts were not confined
to Great Britain, many continental
prisons being the better for her
The Oldest Handicraft.
The toy industry is one of the old oldest
est oldest industries in the world. The Brit
Ish museum can show us a doll (with
strings of mud beads for hair) and
others with movable arms, with
which the children of ancient Egypt
played on the banks of the Nile.
Jointed dolls an? dolls furniture have
come down to us from the days of
Greece and Rome, and we know that
balls, tops and toy animals were fa favorite
vorite favorite playthings at an even earlier
I tat a.
Rev. Father Benedict, Director.
Shippin of Freight,
Pianos, and Safes.
Daughters !) can,,
A woman's orjjanlsra H a rc T iMicato thin;r It very easily
get out of order just like a oihcate riece of machinery, it
requires more than ordinary care sjkI attention.
Thre ar many sins which point tod Iiordr.uch as headaches, tinarcoun t t-ab
ab t-ab puu in various part of tb body. lutUenrTMsM. rvounA.im table nesa.
1iniiMaa. faintnaa, backache, loea cx a petiC!, depression, and many other.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
i has bn th mean of restoring thousand of Buffering women to nature! health
axMifttrengtn. or mora than forty years it has been successfully carrying on
this great work. Today it U known throorjout the length and breadth of ertry
land. Women everywhere look upon it s a helpful friend. Let it aid yuu.
SolJ In tlmiJ e tblmt farm by drmrristm. mr trial fro wmaifrd
i for 60 cn a trotm Dr. firrcmj LXtpwary, itafmlo, N. Y.
Dr. Pierce Pleaasvnt Pellet regulate StomatcH. Liver and Dowel
I am now prepared
Oay, Grain and Feed
will pay you to consult
market either to buy or
shucks removed, and be well matured.
Call on me at my stables on West Broadway,
TRY. our Fresh Meat it will
please you. Tresl) Veg Vegetables
etables Vegetables in season.
Also fine line of Groceries.
Only Direct Line from Jacksonville
Fre includes meals and stateroom berth.
TICKETS NOW ON SALE GOOL ON ANY SHIP
FINAL RETURN LI3IIT OCTOBER 31st.
Write for schedule and further particulars.
HJ G WENZEL flQRida passenger agent
Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of Liberty Street.
EuTOMDAY, SEPT. 6th
Elaborate Labor Day Program Arranged at Pablo Beach. Govern Governor
or Governor Park Trammell will address the multitudes. There will be Auto,
Motorcycle and Bicycle Races. The features of the day will be a
100-yard dash foot race for
works at night.
Tickets on sale for all regular trains September 6th. Good re returning
turning returning to and including September 9th.
G. Z. PHILLIPS, A. G. P. JOHN EOISSEAU, a T. A
Jacksonville, Fla. Ocala, Florida.
To JACKSONVILLE and Heiurn
STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
MONDAY, SEPT. 5TH
Tickets sold for all regular trains, limited to leave Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville at 9:30 P. M.t Thursday, September 9th.
M. R. WILLIAMS, C.T.A.
Put Your Ad. in the
m m m i
to buy and sell Corn,
Stall of all kinds. It;
with me if you are in the
to sell. Corn must have
EI 100 US 30 r
ROU NDj ocala
I RIP UACKSOffflllf
ladies. Dancing day and night,
,p"a, n n rv
J. G. KIRK LAND, D.P.A